|Author:||Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.|
|Title:||Several papers of confessions, prayer, and praise; by James Naylor: concerning his fall and restoration.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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Several papers of confessions, prayer, and praise; by James Naylor: concerning his fall and restoration.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.
London: [s.n.], printed in the year, 1659. [i.e. 1660?]
|Alternate titles:||To all the dearly beloved people of God, mercy and peace.|
"To all the dearly beloved people of God, mercy and peace", "To all the people of the Lord every where, gathered or scattered" (published separately as Wing N320), "Truth cleared from scandals" (Wing N324), and "Two epistles of James Naylor" (Wing N325) have caption title, separate register and pagination.
Publication date conjectured by cataloger; some papers in collection have colophons dated 1660.
Reproduction of the original in the Friends House Library, London.
Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
To those who were in AUTHORITY, whom the LORD is now Judging, that they may Repent and find Mercy from God.
To all the Dearly Beloved PEOPLE of GOD, Mercy and Peace.
A Testimony to Christ Jesus, delivered to the Par∣liament, who Persecuted him as a Blasphemer; written in the time of his Imprisonment in Bridewell.
J. N's ANSWER to the FANATICK HISTORY, In Relation to himself.
Another Paper added.
TO ALL THE People of the LORD EVERY WHERE, Gathered or Scattered.
TRUTH Cleared from Scandals: Being James Naylor's Answer, and Declara∣tion, Touching some things Charged upon him, in the Lancashire PETITION.
The Condition and Portion of the People of England, who have long Flattered themselves with the Church-Ministry, and Ordinances; but upon Tryal, are found to be the Synagogues of Satan, Persecutors of the Truth, and Enemies of the Gospel of Christ.
TWO EPISTLES OF JAMES NAYLOR's.
An Epistle to several Friends about Wakefield.
To all Dear BRETHREN and FRIENDS in Holderness, and in the East Parts of Yorkshire.