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Author: Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663.
Title: The fruits of unrighteousnes and injustice. Brought forth by John Bulkley, and Thomas Bowrman, and the rest of the rulers in Hampshire, against the innocent people of God called Quakers. Who in words and writings have often declared their unjust sufferings; as also at two sessions, and two general assizes holden at Winchester, requiring justice and equity, and their right and liberty in the nation; of the which being still most unjustly deprived, it is now publiquely declared, that they and others seeing their deeds of darknesse brought to light, may be warned, and learn to do justice, and to relieve the oppressed. Also the sounding voyce of the dread of Gods mighty power to all the judges and rulers of the earth, who rise up aginst the Lamb, and to all the host of powers of darknesse who fight against God. By the servants of Christ ... called Humphry Smith. Anthony Melledg. George Henderson. James Potter. Will: Baily. Daniel Baker. John Day. Winifred Newman.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The fruits of unrighteousnes and injustice. Brought forth by John Bulkley, and Thomas Bowrman, and the rest of the rulers in Hampshire, against the innocent people of God called Quakers. Who in words and writings have often declared their unjust sufferings; as also at two sessions, and two general assizes holden at Winchester, requiring justice and equity, and their right and liberty in the nation; of the which being still most unjustly deprived, it is now publiquely declared, that they and others seeing their deeds of darknesse brought to light, may be warned, and learn to do justice, and to relieve the oppressed. Also the sounding voyce of the dread of Gods mighty power to all the judges and rulers of the earth, who rise up aginst the Lamb, and to all the host of powers of darknesse who fight against God. By the servants of Christ ... called Humphry Smith. Anthony Melledg. George Henderson. James Potter. Will: Baily. Daniel Baker. John Day. Winifred Newman.
Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663.

London: printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate, 1658.
Notes:
A narrative, by Humphry Smith, interspersed with letters by Melledge, Henderson, Potter, Baily, Baker, Day, and Newman.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Subject terms:
Prisoner's writings, English -- Early works to 1800.
Quakers -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60436.0001.001

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The sounding voice of the dread of Gods mighty power, to all the Judges and Rulers of the earth, who rise up against the Lamb, And to Gog, Magog, and all their Armys, And to the whole host of the powers of darkness, and to all men, who fight against God, who, or whatsoever they be (or whatsoever they are called.)