The innocency and conscientiousness of the Quakers asserted and cleared from the evil surmises, false aspersions, and unrighteous suggestions of Judge Keeling

Publication Date1664
Remainderexpressed in his speech made the seventh of the seventh month at the sessions-house in the Old-Baily, being the day appointed for the tryal of some of the said people by the late Act made to prevent and suppress seditious conventicles. Wherein also is shewed that this law doth not concern them, they being no seditious sectaries, nor contrivers of insurrections, nor evil-doers; therefore no just law is against them. Published by a lover of truth and righteousness, W.S
Extent16 p.
LocationPrinted at London


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