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Author: Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.
Title: A trumpet sounded out of the wilderness of America which may serve as a warning to the government and people of England to beware of Quakerisme. Wherein is shewed the great contradictions of the Quakers, both in their former and later writings. Also how they deny Jesus of Nazareth to be the Christ. And how in Pensilvania and there-away, where they have the government in their own hands, they hire and encourage men to fight; and how they persecute, fine, imprison, and take away goods for conscience sake. Notwithstanding they formerly exclaimed against the government of England, &c. for the same things. Setting forth likewise there base temporizing with whatever government is uppermost, &c. By Daniel Leeds.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A trumpet sounded out of the wilderness of America which may serve as a warning to the government and people of England to beware of Quakerisme. Wherein is shewed the great contradictions of the Quakers, both in their former and later writings. Also how they deny Jesus of Nazareth to be the Christ. And how in Pensilvania and there-away, where they have the government in their own hands, they hire and encourage men to fight; and how they persecute, fine, imprison, and take away goods for conscience sake. Notwithstanding they formerly exclaimed against the government of England, &c. for the same things. Setting forth likewise there base temporizing with whatever government is uppermost, &c. By Daniel Leeds.
Leeds, Daniel, 1652-1720.

[London]: Printed by William Bradford at the Bible in New-York; and are to be sold by B. Aylmer at the Three Pidgeons in Cornhill, and C. Brome at the Gun at the west-end of St. Paul's London, 1699.
Notes:
A reissue, with cancel title page, of the 1697 New York edition printed by Bradford.
"1699 t.p. probably printed in London"--Bristol.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49981.0001.001

Contents
title page
to the reader
The PREFACE.
The Contents
INTODƲCTION.
CHAP. I. The Dis-harmony, Clashes and Contradiction of the Quakers in both their antient and latter Writings.
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CHAP II. Of Opposition at Ʋnity.
CHAP. III. A short Summary of Citations from the Quakers Books, shewing they deny Jesus of Nazareth to be the Christ.
CHAP. IV. Of calling Names for Religion.
CHAP. V. Of Prophesies.
CHAP. VI. Of Infallible Discerning.
CHAP VII. Of the Scriptures.
CHAP. VIII. Of Magistracy and Government.
CHAP. IX. Of Persecution and Prosecution.
CHAP. X.ends Sufferings to be recorded by London Meeting.
CHAP XI. Of Swearing.
CHAP. XII. Of Fighting, Swearing and paying Tythes.
CHAP. XIII. Of MIRACLES.
CHAP. XIV. Of Life and Doctrine.
CHAP. XV. Sabbath Day Wheel turned Round.
AN APPENDIX.
Of Infallibility.
Of Temporizing.
Concerning Papists.
Postscript, by way of Question, To the Leaders of my Old Friends
A COPY of A LETTER Sent to the Author by a Person of Note, whose Name is left out, because printed without his Knowledge.