A lady's religion: in a letter to the Honourable my Lady Howard. To which is added, A second letter to the same lady, concerning the import of fear in religion. By a divine of the Church of England. download epub
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A Lady Writing a Letter (also known as A Lady Writing; Dutch: Schrijvend meisje) is an oil painting attributed to 17th century Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer. It is believed to have been completed around 1665. The Lady is seen to be writing a letter and has been interrupted, so gently turns her head to see what is happening. She wears twelve pearls (10 on the necklace and two earrings).
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The second group in the 1630s settled in the area of present-day Boston in a community they named Massachusetts Bay Colony. The Puritans left the Old World because they wanted to "purify" the Church of England. In the recounting of the New England holiday set aside to honor a change in government, Hawthorne describes the non-Puritan parade-goers in the most joyful of terms. Their dress, their behavior, and even the happiness on their faces is very un-Puritan-like.
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