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Author: Misorcus.
Title: The anti-Quaker, or, A compendious answer to a tedious pamphlet entituled, A treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of 12 Quakers, whose names are prefixed to it, together with the fore-man of that jury ... William Penn : alledging several reasons why they ... refuse to swear, which are refuted, and the vanity of them demonstrated both by Scripture, reason, and authority of ancient and modern writers / by Misorcus, a professed adversary of vain swearing in common discourse and communication.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The anti-Quaker, or, A compendious answer to a tedious pamphlet entituled, A treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of 12 Quakers, whose names are prefixed to it, together with the fore-man of that jury ... William Penn : alledging several reasons why they ... refuse to swear, which are refuted, and the vanity of them demonstrated both by Scripture, reason, and authority of ancient and modern writers / by Misorcus, a professed adversary of vain swearing in common discourse and communication.
Misorcus.

London: Printed for R. Royston ..., 1676.
Notes:
Pages 11-12 are stained in filmed copy. Beginning-p. 15 photographed from Huntington Library copy and inserted at the end.
Reproduction of original in Harvard University Libraries.
Marginal notes.
Subject terms:
Penn, William, -- 1644-1718. -- Treatise of oaths.
Oaths.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A25667.0001.001

Contents
A Jury of 12 QUAKERS.
title page
TO The most Judicious View of the Right Honourable the Lords and Commons Assem∣bled in the High Court of Par∣liament.
THE REFUTER'S Preface.