|Title:||The Quakers cruelty, deceit & wickedness presented to the King and Parliament / by Thomas Boyce ; with a copy of the paper the Quakers put forth against me ; also my neighbours testimony, and Sir Richard Ingoldesby's certificate concerning me.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The Quakers cruelty, deceit & wickedness presented to the King and Parliament / by Thomas Boyce ; with a copy of the paper the Quakers put forth against me ; also my neighbours testimony, and Sir Richard Ingoldesby's certificate concerning me.
London: [s.n.], 1675.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
To the King's Excellent Majesty.
To the Honorable, The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament.
This following is the Copy of the Paper the Quakers put forth against me, and dispersed several of them to the Worlds People, as they call them.
Some of my Neighbours being sensible the Quakers had a∣bused and wronged me, gave forth this following Cer∣tificate concerning me.
Here follows Sir Richard Ingoldesby's Certificate.