The Quakers quibbles in three parts : first set forth in an expostulatory epistle to Will. Pfnn [i.e. Penn] concerning the late meeting held to Barbycan between the Baptists and the Quakers, also the pretended prophet Lod. Muggleton and the Quakers compared : the second part, in reply to a quibbling answer to G. Whiteheads, entituled The Quakers plainness ... : the third part, being a continuation of their quibbles ... /
Printed for F. Smith ...,
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|Item Description:||Each part has special t.p., and first part has 1674 imprint.|
Epistle to William Penn signed: Thomas Thompson.
"H. Hedworth is also suspected of being the author of 'The Quakers Quibbles'"--Smith, J. Bibliotheca anti-Quakeriana, London, 1873.
Errata: p.  before pt. 2, p.  at end.
Imperfect: torn, cropped, stained and tightly bound, with slight loss of print
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
|Physical Description:||38, , 101, , 99,  p.|