Primitive heresie revived, in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers

Publication Date1698
Remainderwherein is shewn, in seven particulars, that the principal and most characteristick errors of the Quakers, were broached and condemned, in the days of the Apostles, and the first 150 years after Christ. To which is added, a friendly expostulation with William Penn, upon account of his Primitive Christianity, lately published. By the author of The snake in the grass.
Extent[4], 32 p.
PublisherPrinted for C. Brome, W. Keblewhite, and H. Hindmarsh


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