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Author: Hickock, Richard.
Title: The saints justified and their accusers found out: or an answer to the great dragons message, put forth in five positions by one of his messengers. Who for this purpose made use of Edward Laurance priest at Bast-church, a place so called in the county of Salop, who at a dispute at Milford-Hall in the said county, not far from the said steeple-house, stood up to prove the 5. positions, and there contended for his masters kingdom, that none could not but live in sin while they were upon the earth, (no not the saints) whom he there accused to live in sin; and other falsities he stood up to prove, producing scriptures to that end, but left all unproved to anies understanding there who had the least true discerning to discerne with. Also a few queries put forth to be answered by the aforesaid priest (if he will) or any else of his brethren. By a witnesse against the dragons message (of mans alwayes living in sin here) and for the truth, called Richard Hickock.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The saints justified and their accusers found out: or an answer to the great dragons message, put forth in five positions by one of his messengers. Who for this purpose made use of Edward Laurance priest at Bast-church, a place so called in the county of Salop, who at a dispute at Milford-Hall in the said county, not far from the said steeple-house, stood up to prove the 5. positions, and there contended for his masters kingdom, that none could not but live in sin while they were upon the earth, (no not the saints) whom he there accused to live in sin; and other falsities he stood up to prove, producing scriptures to that end, but left all unproved to anies understanding there who had the least true discerning to discerne with. Also a few queries put forth to be answered by the aforesaid priest (if he will) or any else of his brethren. By a witnesse against the dragons message (of mans alwayes living in sin here) and for the truth, called Richard Hickock.
Hickock, Richard.

London: printed for Thomas Simmons at the signe of the Bull and Mouth near Aldersgate, 1660.
Notes:
P. 14 misnumbered 6; "A fevv queries as followeth," begin on p. 14.
Reproduction of the original in the Friends' House Library, London.
Subject terms:
Lawrence, Edward, -- 1623-1695 -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Quakers -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A43721.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
The Saints justified, and the Accusers found out.
The second Position.
A FEVV QUERIES As followeth,