The Reviewer represents me as prejudiced against cotton mather.
For it must be confessed that cotton mather was a confirmed bait-fisherman.
Increase and cotton mather came in, shortly afterwards, with others.
The mezzotint of cotton mather, made in 1727, sold for two shillings.
My friend cotton mather had a story of an old Indian who was in jail, about to be hanged for some crime.
On this point, we have the evidence of cotton mather himself.
We wonder how the great scholar, cotton mather, could have believed in and taught witchcraft.
For this reason, cotton mather was the special object of resentment.
All that I say of cotton mather, mostly drawn from his own words, does not cover a dozen pages.
This is their apology; and none of them needs it more than cotton mather.