An answer to a declaration put forth by the general consent of the people called Anabaptists, in and about the city of London

Publication Date1659
RemainderWhich declaration doth rather seem a begging of pardon of the Caveliers, then a vindication of that truth and cause once contended for. I seeing so much wickedness, confusion, fear and unbelief in so small a thing in vindication of themselves publickly to the nation, it was upon me to answer something to it; and my end in so doing is rather to instruct them, then to shame them. From a true lover and owner of the people called Quakers, (above all flatterers) because I see they have not bowed their knee to Baal, nor worshipped the power of the beast under any diverse colour whatsoever, but walks in that righteousness which must establish the nation. Richard Hubberthorn. The Baptists in their postscript for a confirmation or seal to their confusion, they have subscribed these names following, viz. Henry Jessey ... Henry Hills
Extent24 p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, near Aldersgate



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