An Exalted Diotrephes Reprehended, Or, The Spirit of Error and Envy in William Rogers Against the Truth and Many of the Antient and Faithful Friends Thereof: Manifested in His Late Monstrous Birth, Or Work of Darkness, (viz) His False and Scandalous Book Intituled, The Christian Quaker-distinguished, &c. : Wherein He Hath Discovered Himself to be an Apostate, and Not the True Christian Quaker ... : Also a Comparison Between His Said Book, and Many Exhortations and Reproofs, Contained in an Epistle, Given Forth Under His Hand Against that Spirit, and Work of Division, He is Now Fallen Under; Whereby His Apostacy, Self Contradiction, and Confusion May Appear : to be Dispersed Only Among Friends, Unless His Book is Made More Publick
John Bringhurst, Printer and stationer, at the Sign of the book in Grace-Church-Street, 1681 - Quakers - 48 pages
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