|Author:||Rich, Robert, d. 1679.|
|Title:||Mr. Robert Rich his second letters from Barbadoes writ upon the occasion of the Quakers prevarication in the matter of the 30 l. sent to them in common with their brethren the other six churches so termed by him. With a preface extorted from R.B. phil. to the said people.|
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Mr. Robert Rich his second letters from Barbadoes writ upon the occasion of the Quakers prevarication in the matter of the 30 l. sent to them in common with their brethren the other six churches so termed by him. With a preface extorted from R.B. phil. to the said people.
Rich, Robert, d. 1679., R. B.
London: printed for the author, in the year MDCLXIX. 
|Alternate titles:||Second letters from Barbadoes|
"To my beloved friends separate from their brethren by the name of Quakers, .." signed: R.B. Phil.
Page 28 is misnumbered 18.
Reproduction of the original in the Friends House Library, London.
Quakers -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
To my beloved friends separate from their bre∣thren by the name of Quakers, R. E. Ph. wisheth better information, more humility, e love, together with a renewed renova∣tion of themselves in the will of God.
A Letter written by Rob. Rich, to Will Baily and Mary Fisher called thy wife; and to the rest of your hearers and followers, that so much judged and condemned R. R. in your General assembly held the 4 June (which ye call the 4 Month) 1668.