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

Publication Date1733
RemainderWherein the cavils raised against the former are exposed: the remarker's dis-ingenuity and boldness set in a true light: his own vouchers proved to speak against him, and the matter of the former letter honestly defended, and by more evidences; namely that the penmen of the Holy Scripture did address and speak of one object, as a magistrate, or. Great-man, &c. in the plural number
PublisherPrinted for H. Whitridge, at the Corner of Castle Alley, at the Royal Exchange, and are to be sold by the widow Penn, in Wine-street, Bristol

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