The painted-harlot both stript and whipt, or the second part of Naked truth

Publication Date1683
Remaindercontaining. A further discovery of the mischief of imposition, among the people called Quakers, by reason of a certain law or edict, made by G. Whitehead, S. Crisp, and others of the leaders and preachers of G.F's party, a yearly-meeting, or general council, held at London, the 27th. of the 3d. mo. 1675; strictly requiring us neither to forsake, decline, nor remove our meetings, like worldly, fearful, and politick professors: whereby their usurpations are manifest, and how they began to exercise dominion over the consciences of their brethren, ... Being also a brief answer to a part of G. Whiteheads book, called, Judgment fixed, &c. and S. Caters Narrative: of which R. Sandiland's book gave advertisement, ... entituled, The Lib. of an apost. cons. &c. ... By a lover of justice, F Bugg. Mildenhall, the 16th. of the 5th. month, 1683
Extent[12], 72 p.
Publisherprinted by J. Gain for the author, anno, 1683. and are to be sold by F. Smith, at the Elephant and Castle in Cornhill: where also may be had the authors former book, entituled, De Christiana libertate, &c. which was printed, anno, 1682


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