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A reply to a book entitul'd, Anguis flagellatus, or, A switch for the snake. : the opus palmare of the Quakers. : Being a second defence, or, the third and last part of The snake in the grass. Shewing, that the Quakers are plainly self-condemn'd in this their last anwser. And therefore it to be hop'd, that this will put an end to that controversy. Preview this item
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A reply to a book entitul'd, Anguis flagellatus, or, A switch for the snake. : the opus palmare of the Quakers. : Being a second defence, or, the third and last part of The snake in the grass. Shewing, that the Quakers are plainly self-condemn'd in this their last anwser. And therefore it to be hop'd, that this will put an end to that controversy.

Author: Charles Leslie; Francis Bugg
Publisher: London : Printed for C. Brome ... G. Srahan [sic] ..., 1702.
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Named Person: Joseph Wyeth
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Leslie; Francis Bugg
OCLC Number: 11584847
Notes: By Charles Leslie. Also attributed to Francis Bugg. Cf. Morgan.
Anguis flagellatus (1699) was Joseph Wyeth's reply to Charles Leslie's attack on Quakerism, The snake in the grass.
Page [1] at end blank.
Advertisements on p. [2]-[3] at end.
Description: [8], 381 pages, [1] folded leaf ; 19 cm (8vo)

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