The seventh part of the Christian-Quaker, distinguished from the apostate & innovator occasioned on the view of a treatise, entituled, The accuser of the brethern, &c. Given forth in the name of a company of nameless meeters in London, termed, The second days meeting, and that by way of dissatisfaction with the Christian-Quaker, &c. in five parts; publish't amongst the people called Quakers, by William Rogers, on behalf of himself and other Friends in truth concerned. Wherein is contained a farther manifestation of George Fox and his party's apostacy and innovation, from the primitive principles and practice of the people called Quakers. By William Rogers.
printed for the author,
in the year, 1682.
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