Strange and wonderful news from Italy, or, A true and impartial relation of the travels, adventures, and martyrdome of four eminent Quakers of York-shire

Publication Date1673
RemainderWho in the year 1672. Travelled through France, Italy, and Turky to propagate their religion. Wherein is fully and faithfully declared the designs, endeavours, and attempts of these zealous Quakers for the conversion of the Turk and Pope. With a summary account of the event and success of the business, and of all the most remarkable occurrents. As also a faithful narrative of their private discourses, conferences, and disputes which passed between these Quakers and the Pope, the Cardinal Nephew, and Cardinal Barbarini. Also of their voyage to Constantinople, and of their most barbarous, cruel, and bloody death by the special command of the Mufti and the Vizier Bassa. Faithfully and compendiously related by Elias Wilson Esquire, who was an eye-witness to a great part of these transactions
Extent[1], 7 p.
Publisherprinted by John Lock, living in the Long Walk near Christ-Church Hospital, over against the sign of the Drawers


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