A thundering voice out of Sion

Publication Date1658
RemainderYet a tender visitation sounding forth to awaken all sorts of professors in this nation of England, (and dominions thereof) who are scattered in the many by-wayes, sects and opinions, crying, lo here, and lo there, seeking the kingdom of God (which is not of this world) with outward observation. More especially intended and directed unto those people who have separated themselves, ... Given forth by a souldier in the army of the Lamb, who is in outward bonds in the prison-house, called New-Prison, and known by name, Daniel Baker, though by the scorners called Quaker
Extent[2], 46 p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth, near Aldersgate

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