Truth vindicated, and the lyars refuge swept away

Publication Date1658
RemainderBeing an answer to a book set forth by Thomas Collier, called A looking-glasse for Quakers, and also to some particulars in a book of his called A dialogue, &c. Wherein the truth is cleared from those slanders and reproaches by him cast upon it; and the refuge of lies swept away, and upon tryal, himself found guilty of many of those evils which he hath falsely charged upon the innocent. Also an answer to his queries in the end of the book, called A looking-glasse, &c. with some queries returned to him to be answered. Together with an epistle to the people called Baptists; with whom we sometimes fed on husks: but now are brought to the fathers house where there is bread enough Published by us who love truth in the inward parts, and are now called forth by the Lord to bear testimony against deceit, unrighteousnesse, and deeds of darkness; who have long wandered upon the barren mountains, running from mountain to hill; but now have heard the voyce of the good shepherd, and are brought to the true fold, and known to this generation by the names of John Pitman. Jasper Batt
Extent[2], 69, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate



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