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The reign of the whore discovered and her ruine seen : her merchants the priests examined, and with the Romish church (their elder sister) compared and found agreeable in many things ... : some queries also for those people that pay tythes, and priests that receive tythes, to consider and answer : and whereas their cry hath been loud against us the people of God called Quakers, that we are Jesuits, and Jesuitical, in tryal they are found false accusers, and of the same stock and generation themselves ... : also the sustance of a dispute which was the 15th day of the 2d month, called April 1659, at the Bridge-house in Southwark, between VVilliam Cooper, VVilliam VVhitaker, Thomas VVoodsworth, VVieles, Watkins, Cradicut, and others who profess themselves ministers of Christ, and some of the people call'd Quakers ... Preview this item
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The reign of the whore discovered and her ruine seen : her merchants the priests examined, and with the Romish church (their elder sister) compared and found agreeable in many things ... : some queries also for those people that pay tythes, and priests that receive tythes, to consider and answer : and whereas their cry hath been loud against us the people of God called Quakers, that we are Jesuits, and Jesuitical, in tryal they are found false accusers, and of the same stock and generation themselves ... : also the sustance of a dispute which was the 15th day of the 2d month, called April 1659, at the Bridge-house in Southwark, between VVilliam Cooper, VVilliam VVhitaker, Thomas VVoodsworth, VVieles, Watkins, Cradicut, and others who profess themselves ministers of Christ, and some of the people call'd Quakers ...

Author: William Smith; Edward Burrough
Publisher: London : Printed for Thomas Simmons ..., 1659.
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Genre/Form: Apologetic writings
Controversial literature
Apologetic works
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Smith; Edward Burrough
OCLC Number: 606727000
Description: 1 online resource ([2], 38 pages)
Responsibility: written in that which gives to see over all the popish train ... W.S.

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