News of a strumpet co-habiting in the wilderness or, A brief abstract of the spiritual & carnal whoredoms & adulteries of the Quakers in America. Delinated in a cage of twenty unclean birds. Purposely published in pitty to the Quakers, to let them see themselves as others see them, because in pag. 47. of their book, called, Satan's Harbinger, (lately printed at Philadelphia by the authority of their meeting of ministers) they pretend they know no such persons amongst them. Otherwise, 'tis more work for the Quakers to use their arts and imploy their press to prop up their two main pillars infallibility & perfection. : [One line of quotation]
[New York] :
Printed [by William Bradford],
in the year 1701.
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 982. |
|Online Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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