The second part of the Quakers quibbles, set forth in reply to a quibbling pretended answer of G. Whiteheads, intituled The Quakers plainness &c. : Wherein many more of their quibbles and equivocations are manifested. : Also the companion betwixt the pretended prophet Muggleton and the Quakers justified to be true, rational, and necessary : whereunto is added an advertisement to Mr. W. Penn, George Whitehead, and the Quakers. : Touching their Jesuitical shifts, evasions, and unparallel'd confidence; : their grand mystery of directing the intention : with their pope-like power to sanctify and unsanctify words /
|Main Author:||Thompson, Thomas.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
|Other Authors:||Hedworth, Henry., Penn, William, 1644-1718.|
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