Truth defending the Quakers, and their principles; or the Answer of truth to 55 questions propounded to George Whitehead and George Fox, which questions were onely subscribed with R.B. in which is found at least 30. lies. And the university man of Cambridge cal'd in question of his perverting the truth and wronging the innocent, in a libel tituled The Quaker disarmd, or a true relation of the late publick dispute held at Cambridge, which relation is here examined and proved false, and confused, in which is above fourty lies and slanders. The authour of which relation and the said questions is said to be one Thomas Smith a priest, belonging to that called Christs Colledge in Cambridge, ... who was afraid to subscribe his name to them. Also a few questions of concernment for the priests and scholars of Cambridge or else where to answer. Written from the spirit o truth in George Whitehead, and Geo· Fox the younger. Also an answer to a book put forth by Christopher Wade, wherein his folly is made manifest.

Publication Date1659
Extent[8], 70, [2] p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons at the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate




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