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The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quaker books : and well attested by men learned and pious ; proving all, and more than all the charges in F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Talbot reprinted and sent to the Quakers at their General Meeting at Burlington in 1704. Where he appointed time and place for them to meet him, and promised in F.B.'s stead to prove the said charges against them in the face of the country. But they finding their cause would not bear that test, refused to meet him ; but have at last published a bulky book of 14 sheets, entituled, the bomb-searcher, &c. therein denying themselves to be guilty, as by the bomb charged. But it is herein proved, I. That the bomb-searcher (Caleb Pusey) and his brethren who approve his said book, are possest with a lying spirit. II. That they make it their whole business to deceive. III. And that by their denying, excusing and hiding their blasphemous notions and doctrines they are self-condemned. (And therefore I design that this shall end the controversie between them and me.) : Concluded with a postscript ... Preview this item
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The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quaker books : and well attested by men learned and pious ; proving all, and more than all the charges in F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Talbot reprinted and sent to the Quakers at their General Meeting at Burlington in 1704. Where he appointed time and place for them to meet him, and promised in F.B.'s stead to prove the said charges against them in the face of the country. But they finding their cause would not bear that test, refused to meet him ; but have at last published a bulky book of 14 sheets, entituled, the bomb-searcher, &c. therein denying themselves to be guilty, as by the bomb charged. But it is herein proved, I. That the bomb-searcher (Caleb Pusey) and his brethren who approve his said book, are possest with a lying spirit. II. That they make it their whole business to deceive. III. And that by their denying, excusing and hiding their blasphemous notions and doctrines they are self-condemned. (And therefore I design that this shall end the controversie between them and me.) : Concluded with a postscript ...

Author: Daniel Leeds
Publisher: [New York] : Printed and sold by William Bradford at the Sign of the Bible in New-York, 1705[.]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: Caleb Pusey; George Fox
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Leeds
OCLC Number: 62812569
Description: 1 online resource (20 pages)
Responsibility: by Daniel Leeds. ; [Three lines of quotation].

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