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Author: Robinson, William, d. 1659.
Title: Several epistles given forth by two of the Lords faithful servants whom he sent to New-England, to bear witness to His everlasting truth and were there (by the priests, rulers, and professors) after cruel and long imprisonment, and inhumane whippings and banishment, put to death, for no other cause, but for keeping the commandments of God, and testimony of Jesus, William Robinson, William Leddra here is also perfixed [sic] W.R. his testimony of his call to that service, for obedience unto which, he underwent the wrath of men, but hath obtained everlasting peace and rest with God.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Several epistles given forth by two of the Lords faithful servants whom he sent to New-England, to bear witness to His everlasting truth and were there (by the priests, rulers, and professors) after cruel and long imprisonment, and inhumane whippings and banishment, put to death, for no other cause, but for keeping the commandments of God, and testimony of Jesus, William Robinson, William Leddra here is also perfixed [sic] W.R. his testimony of his call to that service, for obedience unto which, he underwent the wrath of men, but hath obtained everlasting peace and rest with God.
Robinson, William, d. 1659., Leddra, William, d. 1661.

London: [s.n.], 1669.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Robinson, William, -- d. 1659.
Society of Friends -- New England.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57473.0001.001

Contents
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W. Robinson his Testimony of his Call to that Service, for obedience un∣to which he was by the Professors of New-England put to Death.
Several Epistles given forth by Two of the Lords faithful Servants, whom he sent to New-England, &c.
William Robinson, a faithful Martyr, who was banished upon pain of Death, and robbed and tortured with cruel Whipping, and after∣wards Condemned to die with his fellow Sufferers, Marmaduke Stephenson and Mary Dier, who, all three, hand in hand like innocent Lambs were led away, with the Souldiers guarding, and the Drums beating (that the People might not hear them speak) to the place of Execution; where, by the Priests, Rulers, and Pro∣fessors they were cruelly murdered for the Word of God, and the Testimony of Jesus: Two dayes before their death, this Salutation of his Love to his fellow Prisoners, proceeded from him as followeth:
William Leddra, the last of the Four Martyrs that were murdered in Boston: He for the Truths sake was Prisoner under the hands of the cruel Professors of New-Plimouth near a year, to the admiration of tender People, in a very open Prison, where he lay, in an extream cold Winter without any fire, by which he might have been frozen to death, had not the Lord upheld: He after∣wards coming to Boston in New-England, where for being called a Quaker, he was by Priests and Rulers torn and tortured with cruel Whipping, and banished on pain of Death, and kept close Pri∣soner almost a year, fast chained to a Logg of Timber, from the hour of his coming into Prison, till the very moment they led him forth to be murdered; and when they called him before the Judg∣ment Seat to receive the Sentence of Death, the cruel Jaylor who would drag him by the hair of the head, sometime lead him along through part of the Town, who in the silent Lamb-like patience followed him in Chains, bearing the Logg into their Judgment-Hall; this Lamb of Jesus the very day before the Priests, Rulers, and Professors murdered him, gave forth to all the Faithful, this ensuing Testimony for the Lord,