Words of John Robinson. Robinson’s Farewell Address to the Pilgrims
A collection of sermons by the English Puritan minister John Robinson who was the pastor to the Pilgrim Fathers.
Words of John Robinson. Robinson’s Farewell Address to the Pilgrims upon their Departure from Holland, 1620 (and other sermons) (Boston: Directors of the Old South Work, 1903).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- Robinson’s Farewell Address to the Pilgrims upon their Departure from Holland, 1620. The Account by Edward Winslow in his “Hypocrisie Unmasked,” Printed in 1646.
- Robinson’s Disputes with the Arminians at Leyden. Bradford’s Account.
- Seven Articles which the Church of Leyden sent to the Council of England to be considered of, in respect of their Judgments: occasioned about their going to Virginia. [Date before Nov., 1617; spelling modernized.]
- Letter to Sir Edwin Sandys.
- Letter to Sir John Wolstenholme.
- The first breefe note was this.
- Ye 2. was this.
- Robinson’s Sermon upon the Conclusion of the Agreement to remove to New England. Bradford’s Account.
- Robinson’s Sermon to the Pilgrims on their Departure from Leyden,* and the Farewell at Delfthaven. Bradford’s Account.
- Farewell Letter to the Pilgrims.
- Letter to John Carver.
- To the Church of God, at Plymouth, in New England.— [Spelling modernized.]
- Letter to Governor Bradford.
- Letter to Elder Brewster.
- Bradford’s Account of Robinson’s Death, with Letter from Roger White.
- Bradford’s Tributes to Robinson.