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A80302 The concurrent testimony of the ministers in the county of VViltes, with their reverend brethren the ministers of the province of London, to the truth of Jesus Christ, and to the solemn league and covenant : as also, against the errors, heresies, and blasphemies of these times, and the toleration of them. 1648 (1648) Wing C5717; Thomason E449_27; ESTC R205035 2,134 8 View Text
A74633 Strange newes from Warwicke, which hapned on Thursday last being the 17. day of November, 1642. Manifesting how one Jeremiah Stone, a corporall of a company of Dragooners under his Excellence, being wounded at the battell at Keynton, came to the Anchor at Warwick a little inne, and gave the hostesse of the house a bagge of money to keepe for him until such time as hee had recovered his health. Also how the said hostesse conspired with her husband to couzen the said souldier of his money, causing him to be imprisoned for offering to demand it. With the manner how they forswore themselves before the bench, and how Gods judgement immediatly fell upon them, to the terrour and amazement of all that great assembly. Whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventrey. 1642 (1642) Thomason E127_47; ESTC R17175 3,638 11 View Text
A89402 The Divell in Kent, or His strange delusions at Sandwitch.; Divell in Kent. Lipeat, Thomas. 1647 (1647) Wing M2997; Thomason E401_14; ESTC R201781 4,432 8 View Text
A57311 To all who imprison & persecute the saints and servants of God for meeting together in his name, and fear, to worship him as he requireth. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1659 (1659) Wing R1495; ESTC R17447 4,701 10 View Text
A66858 A general epistle to friends of truth and righteousness in England and Holland or elsewhere with a testimony against that spirit that speaks much of holiness and peace but leads back into the world and its pollutions where the cross of Christ is denyed / by Humphry Wollrich, written in the IIth moneth, anno 1665. Wollrich, Humphry, 1633?-1707.; Cater, Samuel, d. 1711. 1665 (1665) Wing W3293; ESTC R26469 6,669 10 View Text
A85558 Tithes a curse to all nations but Canaan, and a disturbance, and vexation to all people but the Hebrevvs. Clearly demonstrated in the case of Isaack Graye, now a prisoner, for the non-payment of tithes in the counter of great Woodstreet, London. Exposed to publick view for the discovering of the cruelties, persecutions, and oppressors of those that stand for it's maintainance. Graye, Isaac. 1654 (1654) Wing G1627; Thomason E809_20; ESTC R207598 8,770 16 View Text
A57306 A premonition to the bishops and priests of England &c. with twenty reasons why the people of God in scorn called Quakers do refuse to hear them. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1676 (1676) Wing R1488; ESTC R17045 10,145 16 View Text
A77956 Something in answer to a book called Choice experiences, given forth by one J. Turner. Also the copy of a letter sent to the assembly of those that are called anabaptists in Newcastle. Wherein the simple minded ones may see the deceit of those people, who take up the practises of others, by imitation and tradition from the Scriptures, not having the same commands themselves, as the saints alwayes had, from the spirit of the Lord. And that Christ in the saints, which is their hope of glory, is the same Christ that was crucified by the Jews, who is the lambe slaine from the foundation of the world. Also the difference between the saints who waite on the Lord for the moving if his spirit to be acted, when, and as he please; and formalists of these dayes, who in their owne wills and time practice their imitations of duties and ordinances, which the Lord abhorres. By a servant of the Lord, named of the world Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1654 (1654) Wing B6025; Thomason E816_2; ESTC R207361 11,095 15 View Text
A86666 The innocency of the righteous seed of God cleared from all slanderous tongues and false accusers. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1655 (1655) Wing H3226; Thomason E845_4; ESTC R202540 11,244 15 View Text
A56996 The Remonstrance of the suffering people called Quakers clearing their innocency from the many false aspersions, slanders and suggestions, which are lately come abroad in the nation causlesly [sic] upon them. 1665 (1665) Wing R1016; ESTC R4321 11,537 18 View Text
A70878 A true and full account of a conference held about religion, between Dr. Tenison and A. Pulton one of the masters in the Savoy Published by authority.; True and full account of a conference held about religion, between Dr. Tho. Tenison and A. Pulton one of the masters in the Savoy. Pulton, A. (Andrew), 1654-1710.; Tenison, Thomas, 1636-1715. aut 1687 (1687) Wing P4209A; ESTC R205100 12,420 26 View Text
A56283 A true and full account of a conference held about religion, between Dr. Tenison and A. Pulton, one of the masters in the Savoy Pulton, A. (Andrew), 1654-1710. 1687 (1687) Wing P4209; ESTC R7867 12,444 24 View Text
A54906 Bowells of compassion towards the fettered seed. Or a visitation to all, who hath been seeking the resting place, but hath not found it the cause why shewed, and the way to it manifested, wherein is something shewed also, of the emptinesse, and unsoundnesse of all profession, without the light of Christ, to be the guide. Also an information to all the honest-hearted who desires to know the truth in the simplicity of it concerning us, the people of the most high who is by the world called Quakers: ... Written in love to the scattered people in America: and is to be sent to all the islands belonging to it, that all may be warned, and left without excuse. By one who am a witnesse what the Lord hath done for his people, and hath obteined with him among the rest of the faithfull, whom he hath gathered into his fold of rest; where they are throughly satisfied; and lies down in peace and rest. Richard Pinder. Pinder, Richard, d. 1695. 1659 (1659) Wing P2261; ESTC R220527 12,556 15 View Text
A54066 Some things relating to religion, proposed to the consideration of the Royal Society, (so termed) to wit, concerning the right ground of certainty therein, concerning tenderness of spirit, and persecution, a query concerning separation, concerning washing away sin from the conscience, and the garment of salvation, and what it is that is covered therewith : likewise, some questions and answers concerning the church of the New-Covenant, the rock of foundation whereon it is built, and its preservation by and upon the rock : with some queries concerning the scattered and hidden estate of the church, and concerning that church which got up in the view of the world, instead thereof, and was acknowledged by the world as if she had been the true church, though indeed and truth she was not so : whereunto are added, some queries to professors, who speak of high attainments, &c. / written by ... Isaac Penington. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1668 (1668) Wing P1205; ESTC R13142 15,290 26 View Text
A30524 A generall epistle, and greeting of the Fathers love, to all the saints called and chosen to faithfulness in Christ Iesus ... : and this is to all such as are found worthy to suffer, and is an exhortation to the strengthning of their faith ... : and this is a true testimony of the Father and of the Son ... Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing B6004; ESTC R14763 15,401 16 View Text
A30559 Two general epistles, or, The breathings of love uttered from the pure life, to the wholeflock of God in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and all other places whersoever this shall come, greeting : being a wholesome exhortation ... / given forth by by that faithful servant of God, who, though he hath lately laid down the earthly body, yet he lives with his Maker forever, Edvvard Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1663 (1663) Wing B6052; ESTC R6045 15,871 24 View Text
A19522 The conuerted mans new birth describing the direct way to go to heauen: wherein all men may clearely see, whether they shall be saued or damned. Shewing the principall care, and vehement desire, which euery one ought to take, in seeking their saluation. With the spirituall battle betweene the regenerate man and Sathan. Heere is also layd open the true estate of the regenerate man, with the certainty of his saluation: with an excellent marke, to know the childe of God, which hath truely repented; and concluding with a right zealous and godly prayer, out of the pure fountaine of the holy Scripture. Dedicated vnto all the elect children of God, which truely repent. Newly published by Iohn Andrewes Preacher of Gods Word. Being first seene and allowed. Andrewes, John, fl. 1615. 1629 (1629) STC 595; ESTC S116760 16,233 48 View Text
A86665 The immediate call to the ministry of the Gospel, witnessed by the spirit: vvith a true declaration of the persecution and suffering of Richard Hubberthorne, James Parnell, Ann Blayling, by Will. Pickering, who is Mayor of Cambridge. Also an answer to divers letters and mittimusses, against the said prisoners, answered; by them who are sufferers for the truth, and for the testimony of Jesus, Richard Hubberthorn, James Parnell. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Parnell, James, 1637?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing H3225; Thomason E812_13; ESTC R207636 16,317 15 View Text
A27406 A second testimony concerning oaths and swearing in answer to a book entituled The case of the Quakers relating to oathes stated by J.S., or, An appendix to a book written in the year 1668 in answer to Allan Smallwood ... wherein is fully cleared the command of Christ and practice of the apostles concerning swearing from the corrupt glosses, limited sense and meaning of J.S. / by Gervase Benson. Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. 1675 (1675) Wing B1901; ESTC R23681 17,348 24 View Text
A52300 The standard of the Lord lifted up in New-England, in opposition to the man of sin, or, The trumpet of the Lord sounding there with a visitation to the suffering seed of God in New-England or elsewhere with a warning from the Lord to the rulers and magistrates, priests, and people of New-England, but more especially to the rulers and magistrates of the bloody town of Boston, who have put the servants of the living God to death / written (in the prison at Boston in New-England in America) by ... Joseph Nicholson. Nicholson, Joseph, 17th cent. 1660 (1660) Wing N1109; ESTC R4235 17,642 26 View Text
A57315 A true prospect for the bishops, priests & deacons and all other within the jurisdiction of the Church of England who are professors of the common prayer, through which they may see how far they are short in faith, principle and practice of divers sound truths therin specified : also the proper right of the Quakers to divers good things therein vindicated and pleaded for ... / published by Ambrose Rigg. Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. 1663 (1663) Wing R1499; ESTC R25100 19,344 24 View Text
A37722 Baptismes in their verity: or, The baptisme of John, and the baptisme of Christ what they are in truth, as they are described in the scriptures of truth. And of what necessitie they are unto salvation. In a plain and brief manner herein declared. By one of the most unworthy servants of Christ, J.E. J. E. 1648 (1648) Wing E13A; ESTC R215328 20,684 42 View Text
A85153 VVitchcraft cast out from the religious seed and Israel of God. And the black art, or, nicromancery inchantments, sorcerers, wizards, lying divination, conjuration, and witchcraft, discovered, with the ground, fruits, and effects thereof: as it is proved to be acted in the mistery of iniquity, by the power of darknesse, and witnessed against by Scripture, and declared against also, from, and by them that the world scornfully calleth Quakers. Shewing, the danger thereof, ... Also, some things to clear the truth from reproaches, lies and slanders, and false accusations, occasioned by Daniel Bott and his slander-carriers, ... / Written in Warwickshire, the ninth moneth, 1654. As a judgement upon witchcraft, and a deniall, testimony and declaration against witchcraft, from those that the world reproachfully calleth Quakers. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F513; Thomason E829_12; ESTC R202140 21,407 25 View Text
A89839 Foot yet in the snare: though the beast hath healed his wound, and now pretends liberty, but is fallen into the trap of the priests, receiving their testimony to beare it up, who are in the pit themselves, thereby giving them occasion to insult against the truth, as the beast and the false prophet hath alwaies joyned against the lamb. Discovered in an answer to Iohn Toldervy, Matthew Pool, VVilliam Jenkin, John Tombs, John Goodwin, VVilliam Adderley, George Cockain, Thomas Jacomb, and Thomas Brooks, who under a pretence of love to the truth, have gone about to devour it, and cover it with reproach. Wherein their crooked wayes, their confusions and contradictions is traced and laid open, and their spirit tryed to bee the same which joyned Judas and the chief priests, and their false witnesses against the heir at his appearance; so those have joyned testimony to the truth, of a lying book, which by their own confession they never read over. With something of their false testimony is short laid open, lest simple minds should bee led with a lye through the fame of the forgers. / By one who loves the soul, but hates the sin, called, James Naylor. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. 1656 (1656) Wing N281; Thomason E863_1; ESTC R12925 23,636 36 View Text
A81396 Christ exalted, and alone worthy to open the seals of the book. And the scriptures owned in their place. A true testimony of him, as is manifest, in answer to a book, intituled, The Quakers apostacy, from the perfect rule of scriptures. Given forth by John Timson, of Great Bowden in Leicestershire. And the deceits and blasphemies he charges upon the Quakers, is turned upon his own head, and he found guilty of what he reproaches them with, in what is written for the simples sake, and truth to clear from false accusations and lyes cast upon it. And the ten queries he saith he vindicateth, and would print but foure of them, they are all published, with the answers that he charges to be confused, dark and deceitfull, that the answers may witnesse for themselves against what is charged upon them. He that hath an understanding in the light, read and judge. / William Dewsberry. Dewsbury, William, 1621-1688. 1656 (1656) Wing D1258; Thomason E891_6; ESTC R206512 24,367 32 View Text
A77938 Ansvvers to severall queries put forth to the despised people called Quakers, by Philip Bennett, who cals himself a minister of Christ, but is found a deceiver; answered by them to whom they were directed. Also, ansvvers to severall other subtil queries put forth by one Iohn Reeve, who lives in the City of London, who cals himself the last messenger and witnesse unto the true God, but is found a false witnesse, and a lyar, and a perverter of the right way of God. / Answered by Edward Burrough, and Francis Howgill, who are witnesses unto the truth against this subtil serpent-like generation. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662.; Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1654 (1654) Wing B5984; Thomason E813_4; ESTC R207330 24,422 20 View Text
A49870 The laws of paradise, given forth by wisdom to a translated spirit. Lead, Jane, 1623-1704. 1695 (1695) Wing L786; ESTC R222655 24,432 80 View Text
A40953 Truth ascended, or, The annointed and sealed of God defended in an answer written by Richard Farnsworth as a testimony against a conterfeit commission and all injustice and false judgement done and pronounced under pretence of the same. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1663 (1663) Wing F511; ESTC R37783 25,146 33 View Text
A19777 Doubtings dovvnfall first, prouing the communitie of the Saints assurance. Secondly, disprouing Bellarmines and his fellowes false allegations and friuolous exceptions against that truth. By Edvvard Dalton, preacher of the Word, &c. Dalton, Edward. 1624 (1624) STC 6204; ESTC S115432 25,476 66 View Text
A82017 An exact history of the life of James Naylor with his parents, birth, education, profession, actions, & blaspheemies [sic]. Also how he came first to be a Quaker, and received his commission from heaven (as he saith) when he was in the field at plow. Taken from his own mouth. With the doctrines, tenets and practises of some other of the same sect. / By John Deacon. Deacon, John, 17th cent. 1657 (1657) Wing D482; Thomason E903_2; ESTC R207417 25,672 56 View Text
A30545 A standard lifted up, and an ensigne held forth, to all nations shewing unto the whole world, and to all people to whom it shall come, by open proclamation, what the testimony of God is ... / ... Edward Burrough. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing B6030; ESTC R12973 25,852 37 View Text
A28227 A book of warnings, or, The visitation of the Lord's love to the King and his Parliament, the nobility and gentry, the arch-bishops and bishops &c., the presbytery, the Independents and Baptists, the people of these nations thorough [sic] his servant George Bishope. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1661 (1661) Wing B2988; ESTC R18647 27,063 34 View Text
A94719 The snare broken: or light discovering darknesse. Being an answer to a book intituled, Foot yet in the snare; published by James Naylor. Wherein his treachery and back-sliding from the true faith is brought to light, and his untrodden paths discovered. With some of his divided language and deceitful lyes in short laid open, and his spirit proved to be the same which appeared in all the false prophets, who say the Lord saith, when he spake not unto them; plainly to be seen by the impartial eye, in all those whose eyes are in their head, least the wolfe should devoure the lamb, under a shadow of love to the truth. / By a lover of truth and peace, called, John Toldervy. Toldervy, John. 1656 (1656) Wing T1770; Thomason E865_7 27,522 30 View Text
A01028 A letter first written and sent by Io. Forbes, pastour of the English Church at Middelburgh vnto certen of the companie of marchands adventurers at Stoade, at their earnest desire, for resolving this question: how a Christian man may discerne the testimonie of Gods spirit, from the testimonie of his owne spirit, in witnessing his adoption. And now againe renewed and enlarged by the authour, at the desire of divers good Christians, for the comfort of their troubled co[n]sciences, and published by those of his flocke, to whom he did dedicate it for the publike vse of the Church. Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. 1616 (1616) STC 11131; ESTC S118027 27,622 94 View Text
A63393 The Quakers rounds, or, A Faithful account of a large discourse between a party of them called Quakers viz. William Fisher and Edward Burroughs, &c with Mr. Philip Taverner, Mr. Richard Goodgroom, and Mr. M. Hall, ministers of the Gospel ... / published by William Taverner, preacher of the Word. W. F. (William Fisher); Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1658 (1658) Wing T248; ESTC R31011 28,134 41 View Text
A58143 Light sown for the righteous, and gladness for the upright in heart This is to go abroad among all people who are honest-hearted, especially amongst the inhabitants in Fourns Fells, in Lancashire, and among all who have known me after the flesh, that all honest people may see what I was in profession, and also what I now am by the grace of God. From him which hath come through great tribulations, who hath even left all for Christ, and hath not whereon to lay his head, but is forsaken of father and of mother, and of kinred also, even for the testimony of Jesus, and for the Word of God, whom the world calls, Thomas Rawlinson. Rawlinson, Thomas. 1657 (1657) Wing R369; ESTC R220567 29,951 42 View Text
A75414 An Answer to a scandalous paper, wherein were some queries given to be answered. And likewise, therein is found many lies and slanders, and false accusations against those people whom he (and the world) calls Quakers. Dated from Dorchester in New-England, August 17. 1655. subscribed, Edward Breck, which was directed to a people at Rainforth in Lancashire, which he calls, A church of Christ. The truth is cleared of his scandalls, lies, and slanders, and he found to bee a reproacher of the Church of Christ. His paper and quæries answered by those people called, Quakers. 1656 (1656) Wing A3345A; Thomason E875_4; ESTC R206566 30,171 38 View Text
A64257 Ignorance and error reproved being an answer to some queries that one John Reynolds wrote to two of the people called Quakers / by Thomas Taylor. Taylor, Thomas, 1618-1682. 1697 (1697) Wing T577; ESTC R3441 33,896 37 View Text
A85149 The Scriptures vindication against the Scotish contradictors. By one John Stalham, and as he saith, preacher of the Gospel at Edenborough in Scotland. And the other tiled [sic], A serious review of some principles of the Quakers; wherein error is discovered, and truth defended; by P.E. and written with a pen at Edenborough, printed in the year 1655, and a written name, as if it were the printer called Peter English, but no printed name; and thus they shuffle, but laid open to their shame, and truth in this short answer is defended and cleared, and their errour is discovered, and they ensnared. Who both have manifested their contradictions both to the Scriptures, and their own writings, and so have not the people which they call Quakers. / Published by a servant of the Lord Jesus, in Yorkeshire in England, known to the world by the name of Richard Farneworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F503; Thomason E854_9; ESTC R202120 34,303 40 View Text
A85150 The spirituall man iudgeth all things: or the spirituall mans true iudgment: and how by him the hearts of others were, and may be judged by the spirit of truth; and also how things by the spiritual man were judged of, concerning both salvation and damnation, proved by several Scripture examples, according to the spirit of truth, which were, and is the guide of the Lords people out of error and deceit into all truth, according to sweet Gospel-promise, Joh. 16. 13. Rom. 8. 14. Also, something in short, concerning Melchizedeks order of taking the tythes of spoils only of Abraham, after the return from the slaughter of the kings, a free-will offering at one time, and no more, Gen, 14. answering Heb. 7. And in short, of the order of tythes, by command under the law, in the Aaronical and Levitical priesthood, the change of the law, and priesthood also, Heb. 7. 12. so an end of tythes: with a godly exhortation and instruction, full of sweet Gospell truths, to such as have the witness of the new Testament, through the blood of Jesus, and some mementoes: with something also to stop lies and slanders, that trute [sic] may be cleared. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F505; Thomason E829_10; ESTC R207404 35,011 39 View Text
A81634 Gospel-mysterie or, the great union that is betwixt Christ and the saints. From Cant. 2. 16. With a true way to discern a godly man from a carnal or ungodly man: and the way how the saints return after back-sliding. Also, the worth of a good conscience. By Robert Dornford. Dornford, Robert. 1652 (1652) Wing D1935; Thomason E1315_3; ESTC R209206 36,827 79 View Text
A44217 The Holy Ghost on the bench, other spirits at the bar: or The judgment of the Holy Spirit of God upon the spirits of the times. recorded in Holy Writ. / And reported by Richard Hollinworth ... Hollingworth, Richard, 1607-1656. 1656 (1656) Wing H2494A; ESTC R29484 37,097 128 View Text
A27407 A true testimony concerning oaths & swearing &c. as also an answer to the subject matter contained in twelve arguments or reasons laid down in a sermon preached at Carlisle, Aug. 17, 1664 by Allan Smallwood ... to prove that our savior did not forbid all swearing : wherein is fully cleared the command of Christ and his apostle James swear not at all ... / by Ger. Benson. Benson, Gervase, d. 1679. 1669 (1669) Wing B1902; ESTC R23682 37,196 48 View Text
A79520 An answer to a book which Samuel Eaton put up to the Parliament: which he saith he is a teacher of the Church of Christ, heretofore meeting at Ducken-field, now at Stockport in Cheshire; and he cals the title of his book Quakers confuted. Moses who was a judg quaked and trembled, David a king in Israel quaked and trembled, and Solomon who was a king trembled, and Daniel a servant of the most high God trembled, ... And these heard the voice of God, and thou that writest, thou mayest say thou hast confuted all them; for he that is against them, is against us, and he that is against us, is against them, for the same power is witnessed; but thou Eaton, who saith thou art a teacher of the church at Duckenfield, who saith thou hast heard the voice of the living God, and that such a voice as this, as comes immediately from God, you have not heard, ... And Isaiah saith, hear the word of the Lord all ye that tremble at his word; and this is the man that I do regard, saith the Lord, that is of a contrite heart, and trembleth at my word; but such Eaton and his church doth not regard, but custs out friends of the Lord from them, whom the world calls Quakers. Camm, John, 1604?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing C389; Thomason E735_9; ESTC R206969 38,921 53 View Text
A47594 The general London epistle of Quirinus Kuhlman a Christian, to the Wiclef-Waldenses, Hussites, Zuinglians, Lutherans, and Calvinists being an explication of a vision and prophecy of John Kregel : wherein the reformation from popery is fundamentally asserted, and the union of Protestants convincingly urged : together with a postscript relating to the present popish plot : translated from the Latine copy printed at Rotterdam in May 1679.; Epistolarum Londinensium Catholica. English Kuhlmann, Quirin, 1651-1689. 1679 (1679) Wing K754; ESTC R17471 39,278 80 View Text
A94740 A supplement to the Serious consideration of the oath of the Kings supremacy; published October 1660. In, first, some consideration of the oath of allegiance. Secondly, vindicating of the consideration of the oaths of the Kings supremacy and allegiance, from the exceptions of Richard Hubberthorn, Samuel Fisher, Samuel Hodgkin, and some others against them, in the points of swearing in some case, and the matters of those oaths. By John Tombes B.D. Tombes, John, 1603?-1676. 1661 (1661) Wing T1821; Thomason E1084_1; ESTC R207991 39,490 48 View Text
A03735 The sufficiencie of the spirits teaching, without humane-learning: or A treatise, tending to proue humane-learning to be no help to the spirituall understanding of the Word of God. Written (if it may be) for the silencing of such false and scandalous reports, as have been rumored about concerning this matter; and also for the affording of true information to all such as desire to know the truth. By Samuel How How, Samuel. 1640 (1640) STC 13855; ESTC S104246 42,052 46 View Text
A89853 Several petitions answered, that were put up by the priests of Westmorland, against James Nayler and Geo. Fox, servants of the most high God, persecuted by the priests of the world, as Jesus Christ and the apostles were persecuted by the Jewish high priests for the witnessing of the truth, and testifying against the deceits of the world. With the answer to an order given forth by the justices at Appleby sessions, contrary to the law of God, and the laws of the land. Also, an exhortation to the people, to mind the light of God in them, the teachings and leadings of the spirit of truth; the which if it be obeyed, will lead and guide them into all truth. Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.; R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1653 (1653) Wing N316A; Thomason E703_4; ESTC R3636 42,778 72 View Text
A44639 The seat of the scorner thrown down, or, Richard Hobbs his folly, envy and lyes in his late reply to my book called A looking-glass, &c manifested and rebuked whereunto is annexed my call from the Baptists, to walk in the true light : and a true testimony to the light and power of Christ in the heart with a few queries to the said R. Hobbs / by Luke Howard ; to which is added a further answer by T.R. Howard, Luke, 1621-1699.; Howard, Luke, 1621-1699. Looking-glass for Baptists.; Rudyard, Thomas, d. 1692. Water-Baptists reproach repeld. 1673 (1673) Wing H2987; ESTC R6501 43,144 60 View Text
A65230 An equal ballance wherein the ministers and churches of the Anabaptists (so called) are truly weighed and by a just and lawful tryal ... they are fully proved and clearly manifested to be neither ministers nor churches of Jesus Christ, but in very many particulars they appear in a great measure to differ from them ... : being an answer to a libel published by (or in the behalf of) Thomas Collier, entituled The hypocrisie and falshood of Thomas Salthouse discovered ... / written by Robert Wastfield. Wastfield, Robert, fl. 1647-1665. 1659 (1659) Wing W1033; ESTC R25195 43,521 54 View Text
A94749 A synopsis, or, Short view of essential Christianity in part, in which the first fruits unto God, (or saints) in the Apostles dayes lived. : According to the doctrine of Christ ... : With some explications or enlargements thereupon. : Tending to the edification, comfort, and refreshing of all sorts of people ... / By William Tomlinson ... Tomlinson, William. 1684 (1684) Wing T1853; ESTC R185375 44,494 110 View Text
A67217 Comfort for believers, or, A discourse of the duty and priviledge of being sealed by the Holy Spirit In five sermons upon Eph. I. 13-- published for the establishment of weak believers, who are fill'd with doubts and fears about their eternal state. By Nathanael VViles pastor of a Church of Christ in Shadwell. Wyles, Nathaniel. 1696 (1696) Wing W3770A; ESTC R221272 44,526 168 View Text
A44613 The sufficiency of the spirits teaching without humane learning a treatise tending to prove humane learning to be no help to the spirituall understanding of the word of God ... / by Samuel How. How, Samuel.; Kiffin, William, 1616-1701. 1655 (1655) Wing H2952; ESTC R24385 44,603 49 View Text
A35122 A defence of the true church called Quakers (come and coming out of the wilderness, Babylon, and the dark night of the apostacy of Antichrist into their own land, which is Sion the mountain of holiness, there to worship the Lord in spirit and truth) against the several sects and sorts of people, called Independants, Separatists or Brownists, Baptists, Fift-Monarchy-Men ... Crook, John, 1617-1699.; J. C. (John Collens), d. 1682. 1659 (1659) Wing C7202; ESTC R35612 46,726 58 View Text
A85143 Light risen out of darkness now in these latter days. Shewing the dark ways and worships of the ministry of Antichrist now in these apostated times, which is perilous, as is foretold of often by the Holy Ghost that spoke through Paul, and now is fulfilled in these latter days, 2 Tim 3. Thus saith the Lord, Arise Sion, and thresh with a sharp threshing instrument, and shine, for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen, and is arising, and Jerusalem shall be a burdensome stone to all nations, now that Christ is unto his people both the light and glory thereof. Wherein something is written in reply to a book that was set forth by the dry and night vines in and about Beverley, who scornfully nicknameth the people of God, in reviling and falsly accusing them, and calleth them Quakers, in and about York-shire. Iuly, 1653. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1654 (1654) Wing F490; Thomason E729_5; ESTC R206840 47,191 59 View Text
A52122 A relation of the labour, travail and suffering of that faithful servant of the Lord Alice Curwen Who departed this life the 7th day of the 6th moneth, 1679. and resteth in peace with the Lord. Martindell, Anne. 1680 (1680) Wing M857; ESTC R215534 47,683 77 View Text
A85130 The brazen serpent lifted up on high, or truth cleared and above the deceit exalted, and as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wildernesse: even so must the son of man be lifted up, that whosoever believeth in him, should not perish but have eternall life. Joh. 3. 14. 15. Here is also laid down in this treatise something, concerning election and and [sic] predestination, which is so much spoken of, and how they may know their election, something concerning Christ being the way to the Father; and how, and concerning Christ, the mediatour of the new covenants, and the end of the old, and tythes are ended. ... Lastly, here is part of a dispute, held between two chief priests, and two men that came and met with them, and the people at Chadwitch in Worcestershire; ... to clear the truth form accusations, held forth by those men that the world scornfully calleth Quakers. Written in Worcestershire, the beginning of the first moneth called March. 1655. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1655 (1655) Wing F471; Thomason E831_10; ESTC R207464 47,825 63 View Text
B00845 A concordance or table made after the order of the alphabet, conteyning the principall both wordes & matters, which are comprehended in the newe Testament, / gathered by T.W. T. W. 1579 (1579) STC 24917; ESTC S95720 47,961 96 View Text
A41026 An alarum of truth sounded forth to the nations, or, The way of truth from the way of errour, plainly manifested and declared and the true worship of God (which is in the spirit) from the false worships of the world, distinguished, whereby people may come to know which way they are in, and what worship they are in, and what spirit they are of, and led by ... : also an invitation (of love) to all people, and professors of all sorts and sects, to turn in their minds to the light of Christ Jesus in them ... / written by a friend to truth, called Henry Fell. H. F. (Henry Fell) 1660 (1660) Wing F603; ESTC R38863 48,671 52 View Text
A76079 A declaration demonstrating and infallibly proving that all malignants, whether they be prelates, popish-cavaleers, with all other ill-affected persons, are enemies to God and the King: who desire the suppression of the Gospel, the advancement of superstition, the diminution of the Kings prerogative and authority, with the oppression of the subject. All which is evinced by strong proofes, and sufficient reasons. By John Bastwick Dr. of Physick. Bastwick, John, 1593-1654. 1643 (1643) Wing B1061; Thomason E101_8; ESTC R1900 48,987 64 View Text
A30589 Jerusalems glory breaking forth into the world being a Scripture-discovery of the New-Testament Church in the latter dayes, immediately before the Second Coming of Christ. Burroughs, Jeremiah, 1599-1646.; Adderley, William. 1684 (1684) Wing B6092; ESTC R25958 49,943 136 View Text
A10826 Spirituall encrease: or, Conclusions for pacifying the perplexed conscience of the weake Christian Robertson, Bartholomew, fl. 1620. 1621 (1621) STC 21098.7; ESTC S114561 50,019 237 View Text
A81048 Unrighteousness no plea for truth, nor ignorance a lover of it. Being an answer to a book called A plea for truth, in love to truth, subscribed by James Pope, wherein is contained his answer to several queries (sent to him by Thomas White) which are tried and found unsatisfactory, and James Popes Ten queries to the people (called) Quakers fully answered. : Also the doctrine and practise of the people (called Baptists) ... With a full discussion of their principles ... / By a true lover of all their souls and eternal welfare. John Crook. Crook, John, 1617-1699. 1659 (1659) Wing C7225A; ESTC R171617 50,094 60 View Text
A01025 Four sermons which doe manifest the true sence of the 1. Epistle to Timothie 6. Chaper 13. 14. 15. [and] 16. verses of that chapter. Preached by the reverend divine Mr. Iohn Forbes late preacher to the Companie of Merchant-Adventurers in Delft. Published by S.O. Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. 1635 (1635) STC 11129; ESTC S114866 51,274 78 View Text
A47400 A discovery of some troublesome thoughts Wherewith many godly precious souls are burthened, and extreamly pressed: that like a canker eats out all their comforts, and keeps their souls under continuall fears and distractions. Together with a compound of some Scripture and experimentall cordials, for the refreshing of those who are sick of such a disease; and through the blessing of God, may prove medicinall, to the cure of some, and the comforting of others. By Daniel King, preacher of the Word. King, Daniel, preacher near Coventry. 1651 (1651) Wing K489; ESTC R216092 52,316 69 View Text
A96961 The wounds of an enemie in the house of a friend. Being a relation of the hard measure sustained by Miles Halhead, and Thomas Salthouse, for the testimony of Jesus: particularly in a long, and sore, and close imprisonment, first at Plymouth, and then at Exeter in the county of Devon, though they have neither offended the law of God, or of the nation. Published for the clearing of their innocency from the cloud of transgression, of which they are supposed highly guilty, and by reason of their silent abiding such sharp, and long, and cruell sufferings. Halhead, Miles, 1613 or 14-1689 or 90.; Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691. 1656 (1656) Wing W3665; Thomason E870_7; ESTC R2977 52,373 80 View Text
A47489 The everlasting covenant, a sweet cordial for a drooping soul, or, The excellent nature of the covenant of grace opened in a sermon preached January the 29th, at the funeral of Mr. Henry Forty, late pastor of a Church of Christ, at Abingdon, in the county of Berks, who departed this life Jan. 25th 1692/3 and was interr'd at Southwark ... : to which is added, An elegy on the death of the said minister / by Benjamine Keach ... Keach, Benjamin, 1640-1704. 1693 (1693) Wing K62; ESTC R10226 54,891 60 View Text
A78030 The sounding of the two last trumpets, the sixt and seventh or Meditations by way of paraphrase upon the 9th. 10th. and 11th. Chapters of the Revelation, as containing a prophecie of these last times. / Digested by Henry Burton during his banishment, and close imprisonment in the isle of Guernsey. Burton, Henry, 1578-1648. 1641 (1641) Wing B6172; Thomason E174_1; ESTC R6165 58,961 100 View Text
A86667 The rebukes of a reviler fallen upon his own head, in an answer to a book put forth by one Iohn Stelham, called a minister at Terlin in Essex. Wherein is shewed unto all spiritual men, that he himself is justly proved to be a contradictor of the scriptures, while he falsly accuses others thereof, that are clear, and the saying is fulfilled upon him, he is fallen into the pit, which he digged for others, for even that way which he calls heresie, do we worship the God of our fathers. By R.H. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1657 (1657) Wing H3229; Thomason E919_7; ESTC R207520 62,017 83 View Text
A23666 The grand errour of the Quakers detected and confuted Shewing how they contradict God's method of directing men to salvation by following that light within which comes by outward teaching, by their directing them to seek it by following that light within which is wrought without external teaching by the scriptures or by men. Wherein those beings are considered likewise, which have betrayed them into delusion. By W.A. Allen, William, d. 1686. 1680 (1680) Wing A1065A; ESTC R215685 63,983 140 View Text
A23660 The danger of enthusiasm discovered in an epistle to the Quakers : in which 'tis endeavoured, to convince them of being guilty of changing God's method of bringing men to salvation / by one who is no more an enemy to their opinions, than their opinions are enemies to them themselves. Allen, William, d. 1686. 1674 (1674) Wing A1058; ESTC R13150 64,102 137 View Text
A81174 The white stone: or, A learned and choice treatise of assurance very usefull for all, but especially weak believers. By Nathanael Culverwel, master of arts, and lately fellow of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge. Culverwel, Nathanael, d. 1651? 1654 (1654) Wing C7573A; ESTC R231750 66,496 141 View Text
A51578 The neck of the Quakers broken, or, cut in sunder by the two-edged sword of the spirit which is put into my mouth first, in a letter to Edward Bourne a Quaker, secondly, in answer to a letter to Samuel Hooton and W.S., thirdly, in a letter to Richard Farnsworth, Quaker, fourthly, in an answer to a printed pamphlet of the said Richard Farnsworth, entituled, Truth ascended, or, The annointed and sealed of the Lord defended, &c. / written by Lodowick Muggleton ... Muggleton, Lodowick, 1609-1698. 1663 (1663) Wing M3048; ESTC R896 66,718 82 View Text
A76316 An examination of the chief points of Antinomianism, collected out of some lectures lately preached in the church of Antholines parish, London: and now drawn together into a body, and published for the benefit of all that love the holy truth of God, / by Thomas Bedford B. D. Vnto which is annexed, an examination of a pamphlet lately published, intituled The compassionate Samaritan, handling the power of the magistrate in the compulsion of conscience: by the same author. Bedford, Thomas, d. 1653. 1647 (1647) Wing B1668; Thomason E370_15; ESTC R201292 67,960 90 View Text
A85551 Truths victory against heresie; all sorts comprehended under these ten mentioned: 1. Papists, 2. Familists, 3. Arrians, 4. Arminians, 5. Anabaptists, 6. Separatists, 7. Antinomists, 8. Monarchists. 9. Millenarists, 10. Independents. As also a description of the truth, the Church of Christ, her present suffering estate for a short time yet to come; and the glory that followeth at the generall resurrection. / By I.G. a faithfull lover and obeyer of the truth. Imprimatur, John Downame. Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. 1645 (1645) Wing G1597; Thomason E277_7; ESTC R200005 70,586 79 View Text
A91351 A cryer in the vvildernesse of England, declaring the baptisme of the eternall spirit, to be the onely baptisme in Christs kingdome published in Gospel-light, according to the word written in the Scriptures, and the eternall word written in the hidden man of the heart, for satisfaction of those, who are satisfied with truth alone. By Edward Punch of Carisbrook in the Isle of Wight, who is not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ, because it is the power of God to salvation. Punch, Edward. 1653 (1653) Wing P4211; Thomason E725_7*; ESTC R206765 72,185 101 View Text
A47150 Help in time of need from the God of help to the people of the (so called) Church of Scotland, especially the once more zealous and professing, who have so shamefully degenerated and declined from that which their fathers the primitive Protestants attained unto ... / writ by George Keith, prisoner for the truth in Aberdeen in the latter end of the year 1664. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Jaffray, Alexander, 1614-1673. 1665 (1665) Wing K173; ESTC R36221 73,094 85 View Text
B20672 Truths testimony and a testimony of truths appearing in power, life, light & glory, creating, manifesting, increasing, and vindicating itself in the midst of persecution : wherein is discovered what truth is, and also a lye, who knows it and lives in it : with the authors call and conversion to the truth, his practice in it, his publishing of it, and his several tryals for the same ... : together with the particular accusations brought against him in each tryal and his answers to the same, and also the courts proceedings both by judges and juries : with an humble appeal to His Highness, Oliver, Lord Protector, as a general redress for all people / by Richard Coppin. Coppin, Richard, fl. 1646-1659. 1655 (1655) Wing C6105 74,193 93 View Text
A66683 The breaking of the day of God wherein, four things are manifested : I. That the two witnesses are not in ki[ll]ing, but in rising from death, II. The three dayes and half, or 42. months of the saints captivity under the beast, very near expired, III. Christ hath begun to reign in his saints, and to tread their corrupt flesh under his feet, IIII. Christs dominion over the nations of the world, near the approach / by Gerrard VVinstanley. Winstanley, Gerrard, b. 1609. 1649 (1649) Wing W3042; ESTC R40126 79,141 154 View Text
A86947 The mystery of Christ in us, with the mystery of the Father, Word, and holy Ghost or Spirit, opened also, the parable of the rich man's flocks and herds, and the poor man's ewe-lamb, explicated. Likewise, the way that Christ takes to undo a man, and take away his life. Together with a discovery of the neerness of Christs coming, and of those glorious things which are to be fulfilled in these later days. Set forth and published by Ed. Hide jun. Hyde, Edward, 1607-1659. 1651 (1651) Wing H3866; Thomason E1372_4; ESTC R209351 80,214 204 View Text
A09400 A discourse of conscience wherein is set downe the nature, properties, and differences thereof: as also the way to get and keepe good conscience. Perkins, William, 1558-1602. 1596 (1596) STC 19696; ESTC S110415 85,171 182 View Text
A40897 The great mysteries of godlinesse and ungodlinesse the one opened from that eternall truth of the un-erring Scripture of the ever-blessed Jesus, the other discovered from the writings and speakings of a generation of deceivers, called Quakrrs [sic] : wherein their sathanicall depths, and diabolicall delusions, not hitherto so fully known, are laid open ... / by Ra. Farmer ... Farmer, Ralph. 1655 (1655) Wing F441; ESTC R2695 85,891 106 View Text
A44796 The invisible things of God brought to light by the revelation of the eternal spirit who was an ey-witness of the wonders of the Lord in the beginning : wherein is declared the felicity of all things in the beginning and the sad estate of all things after the transgression ... / by Francis Howgill. Howgill, Francis, 1618-1669. 1659 (1659) Wing H3169; ESTC R28120 87,745 248 View Text
A96468 Truth further defended, and William Penn vindicated; being a rejoynder to a book entitutled, A brief and modest reply, to Mr. Penn's tedious, scurrilous, and unchristian defence, against the bishop of Cork. Wherein that author's unfainess is detected, his arguments and objections are answered. / By T.W. and N.H. Wight, Thomas, ca. 1640-1724. 1700 (1700) Wing W2108; ESTC R204122 88,609 189 View Text
A54075 The way of life and death made manifest and set before men whereby the many paths of death are impleaded, and the one path of life propounded and pleaded for in some positions concerning the apostacy from the Christian spirit and life, with some principles guiding out of it : as also in answers to some objections whereby the simplicity in some may be entangled : held forth in tender good will both Papists and Protestants who have generally erred from the faith for these many generations, since the dayes of the apostles, and with that which they have erred from are they comprehended / by Isac Pennington the younger. Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.; Fox, George, 1624-1691. Cause of all error.; Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. Here follows the testimony concerning the estate of the true church. 1658 (1658) Wing P1219; ESTC R14864 89,559 110 View Text
A07210 The nevv art of lying couered by Iesuites vnder the vaile of equiuocation, discouered and disproued by Henry Mason. Mason, Henry, 1573?-1647.; Goad, Thomas, 1576-1638.; Featley, Daniel, 1582-1645. 1624 (1624) STC 17610; ESTC S112437 93,492 129 View Text
A03758 A Christian enchiridion wherein are briefly handled these three points following; 1. That aboue all things in the world, man should bee most carefull of his saluation. 2. That in this life a man bee assured of his saluation. 3. The way how, or meanes whereby a man may come to bee assured of his saluation. By Thomas Hovves, preacher of the word at Kings-Linne in Norfolke. Howes, Thomas, preacher at King's Lynn. 1615 (1615) STC 13877; ESTC S116219 94,375 247 View Text
A85129 Antichrists man of vvar, apprehended, and encountred withal, by a souldier of the armie of the Lamb. Otherwise, an answer to a book set forth by one that subscribes his name Edmund Skipp, preacher of the Gospel (as he saith) to a people at Bodenham in Herefordshire; but is found one that is acting Antichrists part disguised: but nakedly seen, & herein discovered in this answer to his book, called the Worlds wonder, or the Quakers blazing-starre. And in this answer he is discovered, and proved to be one that is chief in the service of the old dragon: who pretends in his book to discover the mystery of the Quakers, as he calls them, and to lay open a dangerous design: who is found out, that whilst he hath been pretending to be chief in discovering a plot, or Antichrists misterious actings, is found himself to be the chief plotter, ... / Written in Worcestershire by a servant of the Lord, the second moneth called April, 1655. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666.; Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1655 (1655) Wing F470; Thomason E843_9; ESTC R202123 95,493 95 View Text
A42363 The Christians great interest: or A short treatise, divided into two parts the first whereof containeth, the tryal of a saving interest in Christ. The second, pointeth forth plainly, the way how to attain it: wherein somewhat is likewise spoken to the manner of express covenanting with God. By W. Guthrie, minister of the gospel in Scotland. Guthrie, William, 1620-1665. 1681 (1681) Wing G2273; ESTC R218716 96,110 156 View Text
A08779 Christs confession and complaint concering his kingdom and seruants; conuincing Iewes of obstinacie, Romish Catholickes of conspiracie, seducers of sedition, Arminians of apostacie, and diuers others of coldnes, schisme, treachery & hypocrisie. By J.P. I. P., fl. 1629. 1629 (1629) STC 19069; ESTC S102324 96,442 116 View Text
A84830 Truth's defence against the refined subtilty of the serpent held forth in divers answers to severall queries made by men (called ministers) in the North. Given forth by the light and power of God appearing in George Fox and Richard Hubberthorn Fox, George, 1624-1691.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1653 (1653) Wing F1970; Thomason E724_12; ESTC R207270 97,279 111 View Text
B06600 The saint's travel to the land of Canaan. Wherein is discovered several false rests below the spiritual coming of Christ in the saints. Together with a brief discourse of what the coming of Christ in the spirit is; who is the alone rest and center of spirits. / By R. Wilkinson. A member of the army. Wilkinson, R. member of the army. 1650 (1650) Wing W2252; ESTC R234118 100,792 162 View Text
A96527 The Saints travel to the land of Canaan Wherein is discovered seventeen false rests below the spirituall coming of Christ in the Saints. Together with a brief discovery of what the coming of Christ in the spirit is; who is the alone rest and center of spirits. By R. Wilkinson. A member of the army. Wilkinson, Robert, member of the Army. 1648 (1648) Wing W2251B; ESTC R230885 100,825 160 View Text
A94169 The greatnes of the mystery of godlines; opened in severall sermons by Cuthbert Sydenham teacher to a Church of Christ at Newcastle upon Tine. Sydenham, Cuthbert, 1622-1654. 1654 (1654) Wing S6296; Thomason E1499_1; ESTC R203682 101,615 278 View Text
A76750 The Cry of blood. And Herod, Pontius Pilate, and the Jewes reconciled, and in conspiracy with the dragon, to devour the manchild. Being a declaration of the Lord arising in those people, of the city of Bristol, who are scornfully called Quakers, and of the manifold sufferings, and persecutions sustain'd by them from the priests, rulers, professors and rude multitude, contrary to law, liberty, justice, government, the righteous ends of of the wars, and the Scriptures of truth. Together with a true account of the material passages in substance between the rulers and them at their several examinations, and commitments, and at two general sessions of the publick peace: and of the tumults, and insurrections, with other necessary observations, and occurences. Gathered up, written in a roll, and delivered to John Gunning late mayor of that city (being the fruits of his year) for the private admonition, and conviction of himself, and brethren concern'd, and named therein: with a letter declaring the end, and reason of what is so done, (of which a copy followes in the ensuing pages) / Subscribed by Geo: Bishop, Thomas Goldney, Henry Roe, Edw: Pyott, Dennis Hollister. And now after five moneths space of time published, for the reasons hereafter expressed. Bishop, George, d. 1668. 1656 (1656) Wing B2990; Thomason E884_3; ESTC R27277 101,853 169 View Text
A28667 A publick tryal of the Quakers in Barmudas [sic] upon the first day of May, 1678 by Samson Bond, late the preacher of the Gospel in Barmudas. Bond, Samson. 1682 (1682) Wing B3585; ESTC R29047 105,090 110 View Text
A86269 Nine select sermons preached upon special occasions in the Parish Church of St. Gregories by St. Pauls. By the late reverend John Hewytt D.D. Together with his publick prayers before and after sermon. Hewit, John, 1614-1658. 1658 (1658) Wing H1634A; ESTC R230655 107,595 276 View Text
A90625 The voice of the Spirit. Or, An essay towards a discoverie of the witnessings of the spirit by opening and answering these following queries. Q. 1. What is the witnessing worke of the Spirit? 2 How doth the Spirit witnesse to a soule its adoption? 3. Who are capable of attaining the witnessings of the Spirit? 4. How may a soul know its injoyment of them? 5. By what meanes may a soule attaine them? To which is added. Roses from Sharon or sweet experiences reached out by Christ to some of his beloved ones in this wildernes. / By Samuel Petto preacher of the Gospell at Sandcroft in Suffolke. Petto, Samuel, 1624?-1711. 1654 (1654) Wing P1903; Thomason E1500_2; ESTC R208647 109,805 256 View Text
A47191 Truths defence, or, The pretended examination by John Alexander of Leith of the principles of those (called Quakers) falsly termed by him Jesuitico-Quakerism, re-examined and confuted : together with some animadversions on the dedication of his book to Sir Robert Clayton, then Mayor of London / by G.K. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1682 (1682) Wing K225; ESTC R22871 109,893 242 View Text
A87658 The pretended antidoe [sic] proved poyson: or, The true principles of the Christian & Protestant religion defended, and the four counterfit defenders thereof detected and discovered the names of which are James Allen, Joshua Moodey, Samuell Willard and Cotton Mather, who call themselves ministers of the Gospel in Boston, in their pretended answer to my book, called, The Presbyterian & independent visible churches in New-England, and else-where, brought to the test, &c. And G.K. cleared not to be guilty of any calumnies against these called teachers of New-England, &c. By George Keith. With an appendix by John Delavall, by way of animadversion on some passages in a discourse of Cotton Mathers before the General Court of Massachusetts, the 28th of the third moneth, 1690. Keith, George, 1639?-1716.; Delavall, John, d. 1693. 1690 (1690) Wing K192A; ESTC W42984 110,748 234 View Text