A letter to the mens-meeting of the people called Quakers in Bristol

Publication Date1732
RemainderBeing a full answer to so much of their primitive testimony published the 3d of the 11th month 1731 as relates to the language we address mankind in general in. Wherein also, [c]ontrary to their assertion, is plainly proved; that the penmen of the Holy Scripture did make a difference between a magistrate, or great man, and a common man: and that the former was address'd and spoke of in the plural number. By a Friend of truth
PublisherPrinted for H. Whitridge, at the Corner of Castle Alley; at the Royal Exchange

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