Bibliotheca Anti-Quakeriana; Or, a Catalogue of Books Adverse to the Society of Friends, Alphabetically Arranged with Biographical Notices of the Auth

Bibliotheca Anti-Quakeriana; Or, a Catalogue of Books Adverse to the Society of Friends, Alphabetically Arranged with Biographical Notices of the Auth

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...in his "History of the Baptists," says he was, "a worthy pious good man, who suffered much for his religion."--He died about 1673, says Wood, in his "History of the General Baptists of the New Connexion," published in 1847. and Thomas Pabteidge.--A True and Impartial Eelation of some Eemarkable Passages of Charles Bailey a Quaker, who profest himself a Pkophet, and that he ivas sent of God: As also his Prophecy and Bevelation, from the 1.8th day of October to the 22. of the same Month, Anno 1667. 4to. 1667. i The Quakers Looking Glass Look'd upon; And turned towards Himself; in a Sober Eeply to an Uncivil Pamplet Published by Luke Howard a Quaker, Against A Narrative formerly Published, Setting forth the Folly and Presump-tion of Charles Baily a Quaker, sometimes a Prisoner in Dover. In which Eeply the Truth of the said Narrative HOBBS, Richard, --continued. is further Evidenced and Vindicated against the Cavilling Quakers. London, Printed for Francis Smith at the Elephant and Castle, near the Royal Exchange in Cornhil. And also at the same Sign the first Shop without Temple-Barre. 4to. 1678. 2 HOWARD, Luke, of Dover in Kent. A Looking-glass for Baptists, being's Short Narrative of their Boot and Bice in Kent; wherein the Erronious spirit of Eichard Hobbs (Pastor of the Baptists in Dover, with some others therein concerned with him) is Beprehended. Con-taining also a further Confutation of their late Forged Narra-tive (and their Addition thereto) of their Lying Wonder out of Lincolnshire. 4to. Printed in the year, 1672. 2 Reprinted in his Works, page 103. Reprinted with the following: --The Seat of the Scobneb Thrown Down: or Richard Hobbs his Folly, Envy and Lyes, in his late Reply to my Book, called A Looking-glass, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 381g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123650271X
  • 9781236502711