Quakerism no Christianity: or, A thorow-Quaker no Christian Proved by the Quakers principles, detected out of their chief writers, and confuted by Scripture and right reason: with a key to their terms and phrases, a discourse of apostolical inspirations, and an account of their foundation laid in popery. By John Faldo. To this impression is added an appendix, containing the Quakers canons, and constitutions for their ecclesiastical order and discipline, their symbolizing with Rome therein; with a catalogue of their capital errours and blasphemies. And now reccommended by the epistles of many learned and worthy divines.
printed by B.G. for Jonanthan [sic] Robinson, at the Golden-Lyon in S. Paul's Church-yard,
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