The Quakers Pedigree: or, a dialogue between a Quaker, and a Iesuit who at last become reconciled, as (holding in a great measure) the same principles; wherein is shown how the mystery of Quakerisme was first hatcht by the Jesuites: by what arts, and for what design it was set on foot in England; and by what means it hath been propagated since, and is still defended. With their contrivance for the carrying it on for the future.
printed for Benjamin Harris, at the Stationers Arms in Swishins Alley, near the Royal Exchange,
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