|Author:||Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691.|
|Title:||To all the Christian congregations of the peculiar people of God now reproached and persecuted by the name, and under the denomination of Quakers that grace, mercy and peace of God the Father, and the power of his his Christ be abundantly multiplyed and encreased among you all.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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To all the Christian congregations of the peculiar people of God now reproached and persecuted by the name, and under the denomination of Quakers that grace, mercy and peace of God the Father, and the power of his his Christ be abundantly multiplyed and encreased among you all.
Salthouse, Thomas, 1630-1691., D. B. fl. 1600-1660.
[London: s.n., 1662?]
By Thomas Salthouse (who signs page seven) and Daniel Baker (who signs page eleven).
Imprint from Wing.
Identified as Wing T1332 on UMI microfilm "Early English books, 1641-1700".
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Society of Friends -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
To all the Christian Congregations of the peculiar People of God now reproached and persecuted by the Name, and un∣der the denomination of Quakers, that Grace, Mercy and Peace of God the Father, and the Power of his Christ be abundantly multiplyed and encreased a∣mong you all.
To the Brethren in the travel and perfect Liberty (in the holy accepta∣ble Faith) through the sufferings of the free born, unchangeable seed of Truth, whether in bonds or otherwise beset, in London or elsewhere, throughout the Land, Greetings of pure and perfect love, in the blessed savour of Grace, Peace and Truth herewith is sent; that which is arisen up, and springs forth from one and the same clear innocent Testimony of Jesus Christ our Lord, for whose Name sake ye suffer; my soul that liveth in the prosperity and suffering of your life, beareth record not onely to your consolation, but for your faith∣fulness to the right Way and pure Worship of the living invisible God of Eternity, over all blessed for ever. Amen.
A heavenly Voice to the Mourners in Sion, and to all that sigh and languish within the borders of Jerusa∣lem, is this tender Salutation.