The History of the Rise, Increase and Progress of the Quakers. Intermixed Wih Several Remarkable Occurrences, Written Originally in Low Dutch, and Also Translated by Hymself Into English. The 6. Ed, Volume 2
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
aforesaid afterwards answer apostle appear asked blessed brought called Quakers cause Christ Christian church church of England conscience contingent truth court dear death declared deny desire divine doctrine doth endeavoured England evil faith favour fear Francis Howgill friends gave George Fox George Whitehead give glory gospel guilty hath hear heard heart Holy imprisonment indictment Jesus John judge judgment jury justice justice of peace king king's kingdom of England liberty light live London Lord magistrates Margaret Fell meeting mercy mind month called oath of allegiance offender outward Papists parliament peace peaceable persecution persons praemunire pray preached prison refused religion Robert Barclay saith Scripture sent soul speak Spirit spoke Stephen Crisp suffered swear take the oath tender thee thereby therein thereof things Thomas thou tion told true truth Turks unto Whitehead William Penn words worship