The picture of Quakerism drawn to the life : in two parts : the first, shewing the vanity of the Quakers pretence of their being the one, only Catholick Church of Christ, and that the apostolick order thereof, is re-established amongst them, and them only : also shewing that legal punishment is not persecution, whereby the Christian magistrate, of the English government, are cleared from the odious scandal of persecution charged on them by the Quakers : the second, containing, a brief history of the rise, growth and progress of Quakerism, being a modest correction of the general history of the Quakers wrot [sic] in Holland by Gerrard Croese / by Francis Bugg, Sen.
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724?
|Format||Electronic and Book|
|Publication Info||London : Printed for and are to be sold by W. Keteleby and W. Rogers, 1697.|
|Description||2 parts (16 unnumbered pages, 123 pages 1 folded leaf of plates; 14 unnumbered pages, 196 pages)|
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|General note||Part 2 has sep. t.p.: A brief history of the rise, growth, and progress of Quakerism.|
|General note||Reproduction of original from Huntington Library.|
|General note||Sabin no. 9072.|
|Citation/References note||RLIN, CTRG02-B538|
|Reproduction note||Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2005. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.|
|Other title||Brief history of the rise, growth and progress of Quakerism.|
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