The Quakers quibbles, in three parts

Publication Date1675
RemainderFirst set forth in an expostulatory epistle to Will. Pfnn, [sic] concerning the late meeting held to Barbycan between the Baptists and the Quakers. Also the pretended prophet Lod, Muggleton, and the Quakers compared. The second part, in reply to a quibbling answer to G. Whiteheads, entituled, The Quakers plainness, wherein many more of their quibbles and equivocations are manifested, the comparison between them and Muggleton justified; their Jesuitical shifts, evasives, confidence, and grand mystery in directing the intention, adverted. The third part, being a continuation of their quibbles, equivocations riddles, rounds, and confusions, in ten more particulars. with some remarks on G. W's. slight sheet, and a farther account of their mystery in directing the intention. By the same indifferent pen.
Extent38, [10], 101, [1]; [10], 99, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for F. Smith at the Elephant and Castle, in Cornhill



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