A presentation of wholesome informations, unto the King of England, &c. Being a defence pleaded, and also appealed unto him; even to the testimony of the spirit of God in his own conscience. In answer to a certain accusation, charged before him ... against us, whom in derision, the acccuser [sic] calls Quakers. And also, herein are laid down divers considerations ... concerning church-government, and concerning the making and sending forth ministers; and concerning the true prophets and true ministers, and the false; and how they are distinguished, in their call, maintenance, and practises: and that none ought to suffer death of body ... though they may erre in their mindes, in the knowledge and judgement of spiritual things. All which, is soberly presented to the King and his Council, for them to consider.
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Willington, George. > Thrice welcome, and happy inauguration of our most gracious, and religious sovereign, King Charles II. to the crown and kingdoms of Great-Brittain and Ireland.
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