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The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft, introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quakers books, and well attested by men ... F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Tal ePub download

by Daniel Leeds

  • Author: Daniel Leeds
  • ISBN: 1176861816
  • ISBN13: 978-1176861817
  • ePub: 1566 kb | FB2: 1726 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nabu Press (August 4, 2010)
  • Pages: 34
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft, introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quakers books, and well attested by men ... F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Tal ePub download

The second part of the mystry of Fox-craft, introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quakers books, and well attested by men learned and pious; proving all, and more than all the charges in F. Bugg's Bomb of half a sheet, which Mr. Talbot reprinted and sent to the Quakers at their general meeting at Burlington in 1704, where. he appionted time and place to prove the said charges against them in the face of the country.

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introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quakers books, and well attested by men . charges against them in the face of the country.

introduced with about thirty quotations truly taken from the Quakers books, and well attested by men learned and pious; proving all, and more than all the charges in F. Talbot reprinted and sent to the Quakers at their general meeting at Burlington in 1704, where he appionted time and place to prove the said.

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