A visitation of love and gentle greeting of the Turk

Publication Date1658
Remainderand tender tryal of his thoughts for God, and proof of the hearts of his court, and the spirits of the people round about him, in his own dominion, and the inhabitants of the earth that are borders upon his skirts, in their declared religious wayes. and is a warning to all men that are in the corrupted wayes of sin and iniquity, to repent and turn to the living God, who dwelleth in the light, before the rod of his vengeance destroys the evil doers of the nations: to which is annexed a book entituled, Immanuel the salvation of Israel vvritten in the will and countenance of God, by a servant of the Lord, who am called by scorners in England, quaker, and was named in the flesh, John Perrot.
Extent[2], 18 [i.e. 24], [2], 10, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth, neare Aldersgate


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