The Resource The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities : against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society, in II. parts. The first more general, by William Penn. The second more particular, by George Whitehead

The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities : against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society, in II. parts. The first more general, by William Penn. The second more particular, by George Whitehead

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The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities : against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society
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The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities
Title remainder
against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society
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in II. parts. The first more general, by William Penn. The second more particular, by George Whitehead
Title variation
  • Appendix to the first part; being a discourse of the general rule of faith and life
  • Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated, against the adversaries of the true light; being the second part
  • Lux exorta est: or The light sprung up in the despised Quaker
  • Angry anabaptist proved Babylonish
  • Presbyter's antidote tryed
  • Answer to Tho. Hicks, and his brethren, about the resurrection
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eng
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1644-1718
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Penn, William
Index
no index present
LC call number
BX7730
LC item number
.P3 1673
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1636?-1723
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Whitehead, George
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HeinOnline religion and the law
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  • Society of Friends
  • Society of Friends
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The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities : against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society, in II. parts. The first more general, by William Penn. The second more particular, by George Whitehead
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  • Printing date of part I is 1674; of part II it is 1673
  • Within part 1, "An appendix to the first part; being a discourse of the general rule of faith and life", by William Penn, has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. "The Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated, against the adversaries of the true light; being the second part", by George Whitehead, has separate dated title page, pagination, and register. Within part 2, "Lux exorta est: or The light sprung up in the despised Quaker", "The angry anabaptist proved Babylonish", "The Presbyter's antidote tryed", and "The ansvver to Tho. Hicks, and his brethren, about the Resurrection", all also by George Whitehead, each have separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous
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The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities : against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society, in II. parts. The first more general, by William Penn. The second more particular, by George Whitehead
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Printing date of part I is 1674; of part II it is 1673
  • Within part 1, "An appendix to the first part; being a discourse of the general rule of faith and life", by William Penn, has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. "The Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated, against the adversaries of the true light; being the second part", by George Whitehead, has separate dated title page, pagination, and register. Within part 2, "Lux exorta est: or The light sprung up in the despised Quaker", "The angry anabaptist proved Babylonish", "The Presbyter's antidote tryed", and "The ansvver to Tho. Hicks, and his brethren, about the Resurrection", all also by George Whitehead, each have separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous
  • ©2017 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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unknown
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online resource
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rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (162, 377 pages).
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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