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Massachusetts Bay,

inlet of the Atlantic Ocean. The bay, with its arms (Boston, Cape Cod, and Plymouth bays), extends 65 mi (105 km) from Cape Ann on the north to Cape Cod on the south. Its coastline varies from the irregular, rocky shore of the north to the sandy beaches of the south. In the War of 1812, the battle between the Chesapeake and the Shannon took place there off Boston Harbor.

Massachusetts Bay

an inlet of the Atlantic on the E coast of Massachusetts
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The material I consulted for this study includes the laws and records of the courts, the towns, and the colony of Massachusetts Bay, the published sermons and other writings of Puritan preachers, including scientific treatises, and published personal journals, diaries, and letters.
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The Hebrew word for generation, dor, appears throughout the Old Testament, and John Cotton employed generational declension rhetoric in his farewell sermon to the Massachusetts Bay colonists.

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