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Author: Sandilands, Robert.
Title: An expedient for peace, or some Christian and reasonable proposals, once more renewed and offered again to Friends of Reading conducing to an amicable composure of differences among them: with a healing epistle to them from Friends of Bristol, on both sides, tenderly advising them to meet all together again in their ancient publick meeting house. As also a seasonable expostulation and a persuasive to a reconciliation, with some remarkable testimonies added to promote the same and several objections against it answered, which may tend to a general service.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An expedient for peace, or some Christian and reasonable proposals, once more renewed and offered again to Friends of Reading conducing to an amicable composure of differences among them: with a healing epistle to them from Friends of Bristol, on both sides, tenderly advising them to meet all together again in their ancient publick meeting house. As also a seasonable expostulation and a persuasive to a reconciliation, with some remarkable testimonies added to promote the same and several objections against it answered, which may tend to a general service.
Sandilands, Robert.

Reading: [s.n.], sixth month 1692.
Alternate titles: Expedient for peace Some Christian and reasonable proposals, once more renewed and offered again to Friends of Reading
Notes:
Anonymous. By Robert Sandilands.
Contents on p. 74.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Quakers -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A62154.0001.001

Contents
title page
An Introduction by way of Preface to the Ensuing Papers.
The Copy of a Letter and a Paper, Tending to an Amicable Composure of Differences among Friends at Reading, &c. Which is as fol∣lows.
letter
Here follows the Paper.
Hereunto is also Annexed the Copy of a very tender, hea∣ling Epistle, from some of the most Eminent Friends of Bristol of both sides, and Directed to several Friends of Reading also, of both Meetings, which contains good Christian Counsel, and seasonable Advice, and doth well agree with the aforesaid: And is as followeth.
A Friendly Perswasive to Peace; or some∣thing by way of an Earnest and Sea∣sonable Expostulation, with Friends of Reading on both sides to be reconciled to one another, and to lay aside all Heats, Prejudices, Animosities, &c. with divers Remarkable Testimonies, colle∣cted to promote the same; and some Ob∣jections answered, which may tend to a general service.
SECT. I.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
objection 1
answer
objection 2
answer
objection 3
answer
objection 4
answer
SECT. IV.
THE CONCLƲSION.
POSTSCRIPT Containing an Advertisement, with some∣thing further relating to the aforesaid Ex∣postulation, &c.
The CONTENTS of the Book.