|Title:||A looking-glass for the Quakers: in two columns wherein they may in part see themselves, and may be seen by others. Vide, audi, judica. The first column is, what they formerly published against the Papists; and the other column is, what they published on their behalf, when uppermost. Phil. Anglus. Licensed, May 14. 1689.|
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A looking-glass for the Quakers: in two columns wherein they may in part see themselves, and may be seen by others. Vide, audi, judica. The first column is, what they formerly published against the Papists; and the other column is, what they published on their behalf, when uppermost. Phil. Anglus. Licensed, May 14. 1689.
London: [s.n.], printed in the year MDCLXXXIX. and are to be sold at several booksellers. Price two pence.
Anonymous. By Joseph Pennyman.
Some print show-through.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Quakers -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
A Looking-Glass for the QUAKERS, in Two Columns. Wherein they may in part see Themselves, and may be seen by Others.
This Column is what they formerly Writ and Published against the Papists.
See, their Answer to Semper Iidem, &c. P. 34. 35. 36.
See, No Cross no Crown, &c. by W. Penn.
See, Truth Exalted, &c. by William Penn.
See, A Seasonable Caveat against Popery, &c. by W. Penn.
See, England's great Interest in the choice of Parliament-men, &c.
See, Their project for the good of England, Dedicated to the Parliament, &c.
The New TEST.
Lastly, See their Remonstrance, &c. to the Parliament, &c. presently after the Death of Sir Edmund Bury Godfrey.
This Column is what they Pub∣lished in behalf of the Papists, when uppermost.
Animadversins on the Apolo∣gy of the clmrus Squire, &c.
A Persuasive to Moderation, sub∣mitted to the King, &c. 1686.
Good Advice to the Church of England, &c. 1687.
Reasons for the Repeal of the Tests, &c. •. 16, 87.
Here follow a few Words taken out of some of their Addresses to the late King. Viz.