For the King and both Houses of Parliament

Publication Date1660
RemainderFor you (who have known sufferings) now (in this the day of your prosperity) in the fear and vvisdom of God, to read over and consider these sufferings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers, which they have suffered in the dayes of the Common-wealth, and of Oliver and Richard Cromwel, and which they now suffer in your day for conscience sake, and bearing testimony to the truth, as it is in Iesus. ... And one of the greatest things that we have suffered for is, because we could not swear to the Protectors and all the changeable governments, and now are we imprisoned because we cannot take the oath of allegiance. ... We desire that all that are in prison for conscience sake may be set at liberty, and for the time to come, they may not be imprisoned for conscience and the truths sake, and if you question the innocency of their sufferings, let them and their accusers be brought up before you
Extent[6], 34 p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, at the Sign of the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate


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