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Author: Pennyman, Mary, 1630-1701.
Title: Something formerly writ, foreseen and foretold, of what should come to pass, much of it now being fulfilled and fulfilling, is thus collected and presented to the view and consideration of the people called Quakers
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Something formerly writ, foreseen and foretold, of what should come to pass, much of it now being fulfilled and fulfilling, is thus collected and presented to the view and consideration of the people called Quakers
Pennyman, Mary, 1630-1701.

[London] printed: [s.n.], 1676.
Notes:
Signed: M.P.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A54280.0001.001

Contents
Something formerly writ, foreseen and foretold, of what should come to pass; much of it now being fulfil∣led and fulfilling, is thus collected, and presented to the view and consideration of the People called QUAKERS.
Let him that readeth understand, but the uncircumcised in Heart and Ears cannot.
Something formerly writ, &c.
Here follows something of the Account which every good Steward ought to give to his Maker; taken out of a Book lately printed, Entituled, Contemplations, &c. Let all exa∣mine themselves thereby.
It's time for every one who sees a blasting come upon all Flesh, to return to that wherein Substance (instead of Shadows) may be enjoyed, and there∣fore is this following set down.
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