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William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 54, no. 4 October 1997

Religion in Early America
Jon Butler
693

The Post-Puritan Paradigm of Early American Religious History
Charles L. Cohen
695

Dreaming of the Savior’s Blood:
Moravians and the Indian Great Awakening in Pennsylvania

Jane T. Merritt
723

Religious Discipline and the Market:
Puritans and the Issue of Usury

Mark Valeri
747

“By All the Conduct of Their Lives”:
A Laywomen’s Confraternity in New Orleans, 1730–1744

Emily Clark
769

Contesting Control of Orthodoxy among the Godly:
William Pynchon Reexamined

Michael P. Winship
795

Notes and Documents

Jonathan Edwards on Slavery and the Slave Trade
Kenneth P. Minkema
823

Natural Religion and Deism in America before
Ethan Allen and Thomas Paine

A. Owen Aldridge
835

Reviews of Books

Bullock, Revolutionary Brotherhood: Freemasonry and the Transformation of the
American Social Order, 1730–1840
. By Margaret C. Jacob849

Hufton, The Prospect before Her: A History of Women in Western Europe.
Volume One: 1500–1800. By William Monter851

Pagden, Lords of All the World: Ideologies of Empire in Spain, Britain, and France,
c. 1500–c. 1800
. By James Muldoon853

Countryman, Americans: A Collision of Histories. By Gary J. Kornblith855

The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620–1633, comp. Anderson.
By Gloria L. Main857

The Journal of John Winthrop, 1630–1649, ed. Dunn, Savage, and Yeandle.
By J. William T. Youngs861

Discovering the Women in Slavery: Emancipating Perspectives on the American Past, ed.
Morton.
More than Chattel: Black Women and Slavery in the Americas, ed. Gaspar and Hine.
By Susan Westbury863

Essah, A House Divided: Slavery and Emancipation in Delaware, 1638–1865. By T. Stephen Whitman866

Terrar, Social, Economic, and Religious Beliefs among Maryland Catholic Laboring People
during the Period of the English [Civil] War, 1639–1660
. By Beatriz Betancourt Hardy868

Hayes, A Colonial Woman’s Bookshelf. By Konstantin Dierks870

Cayton, Frontier Indiana. By Stephen Aron872

Jennings, Benjamin Franklin, Politician. By Benjamin H. Newcomb874

Shteir, Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science: Flora’s Daughters and Botany in England, 1760–1860. By Abigail Lustig876

Pynchon, Mason and Dixon. By Edward Gray877

Herrnhuter, Indianermission in der Amerikanschen Revolution: Die Tagebücher von David
Zeisberger 1772 bis 1781
, ed. Wellenreuther and Wessel. By Jon F. Sensbach880

Mayer, Belonging to the Army: Camp Followers and Community during the American Revolution. By Richard Buel, Jr.881

The Papers of George Washington. Revolutionary Series. Volume 4: April–June 1776. Volume 5: June–August 1776, Volume 6: August–October 1776. Volume 7: October 1776–January 1777, ed. Abbot, Twohig, et al. By David Syrett883

The Adams Papers. Series II: Adams Family Correspondence. Volume 5: October 1782–November 1784. Volume 6: December 1784–December 1785. Index, ed. Ryerson et al.
The Adams Papers. Series III: General Correspondence and Other Papers of the Adams Statesmen. Papers of John Adams. Volume 9: March 1780–July 1780. Volume 10: July 1780–December 1780. Index, ed. Lint et al. By Richard Middleton886

The Emerging Nation: A Documentary History of the Foreign Relations of the United States
under the Articles of Confederation, 1780–1789
, ed. Giunta et al. By Jerald A. Combs892

O’Brien, The Long Affair: Thomas Jefferson and the French Revolution, 1785–1800.
By David A. Grimsted893

Samuels, Romances of the Republic: Women, the Family, and Violence in the Literature
of the Early American Nation
. By Philip Gould895

Robertson, The Language of Democracy: Political Rhetoric in the United States and Britain, 1790–1900. By Peter Thompson897

Spalding and Garrity, A Sacred Union of Citizens: George Washington’s Farewell Address
and the American Character
. By James H. Reed899

Hanyan and Hanyan, De Witt Clinton and the Rise of the People’s Men. By Paul A. Gilje901

Index