|Title:||Some reasons why the people called Quakers ought to enjoy their meetings peaceably published for the information of those who are not acquainted with their way, and to prevent mistakes concerning them.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Some reasons why the people called Quakers ought to enjoy their meetings peaceably published for the information of those who are not acquainted with their way, and to prevent mistakes concerning them.
London: Printed for Robert Wilson ..., 1660.
Signed at end: Thomas Atkin.
Reproduction of the original in the Huntington Library.
Liberty of conscience -- England.
Freedom of religion -- England.
Society of Friends -- England -- Apologetic works.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685.
SOME REASONS WHY The People called Quakers, Ought to enjoy their Meetings Peaceably.
Here follows certain Scriptures, which shew that the People of the Lord formerly Assembled together; And that notwithstanding they were forbidden by those who were in Power, not to speak at all in the Name of Christ; yet they chose rather to obey God than man, as you may read, in Acts 4.18.