Stablishing against quaking, thrown down, and overturned, and no defence found against it; or an answer to a book (called Stablishing against quaking) put forth by Giles Firmin, a professed minister in Essex. Wherein his many lyes, and slanders, are rebuked and witnessed against, and all his thirteen arguments confounded, and clearly confuted; and he manifestly proved a false prophet in several particulars. As in his call, and maintainance. And while he hath thought to discover the Prince of darknesse in others, he is found secretly lodging in his own house, and powerfully working in him, and is found truly guilty himself, of that, whereof he falsely accuses the innocent people called Quakers, who are Gods faithful witnesses, against this subtile generation; though for a moment they are a prey to the seed of evill doers, and a reproach to lying tongues. /
Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black spread Eagle, at the west end of Pauls,
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