A Defence of Quakerism: Or, an Answer to a Book Intituled A Preservative Against Quakerism; Written by Patrick Smith, ... With an Appendix, Containing I. An Examination of the First Class of Quaker-testimonies, Produced in a Late Vindication of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry. II. A Detection of the Falshood of Pickworth's Narrative. By Joseph Besse
assigns of J. Sowle, 1732 - 416 pages
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