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Author: Townsend, Theophila.
Title: A testimony concerning the life and death of Jane Whitehead that faithful servant and hand-maid of the Lord, who was a mother in Israel, and her memorial is blessed of the Lord for ever : concerning her sufferings, and her faithfulness in her testimony in sufferings : with an exhortation to turn to the true light, in a few words to all backsliders from the truth / by a lover of truth and righteousness, who hath a testimony against oppression, cruelty, and persecution, wheresoever I see it appear against the innocent, T.T.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A testimony concerning the life and death of Jane Whitehead that faithful servant and hand-maid of the Lord, who was a mother in Israel, and her memorial is blessed of the Lord for ever : concerning her sufferings, and her faithfulness in her testimony in sufferings : with an exhortation to turn to the true light, in a few words to all backsliders from the truth / by a lover of truth and righteousness, who hath a testimony against oppression, cruelty, and persecution, wheresoever I see it appear against the innocent, T.T.
Townsend, Theophila.

London: [s.n.], 1676.
Notes:
Signed at end: Theophila Townsend.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Whitehead, Jane, -- d. 1674.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63021.0001.001

Contents
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A Testimony concerning Jane Whitehead, Wife of Tho∣mas Whitehead of South Cadbury in the County of Summerset, late Deceased; whose former name was Jane Waugh, that faithful Servant and Handmaid of the Lord, whose Memorial is blessed for ever, be∣cause of her uprightness and stedfastness of heart and mind unto the Lord from the first to the last, who be∣gan in the true Faith, and kept in it unto the end of her dayes, by which she obtained Victory, and was made more than a Conqueror (through Christ that loved her) over all her enemies, both within, and without, and hath now finished her course in this world, and hath obtained an entrance into that e∣verlasting glorious Rest, heavenly Felicity, and end∣less Consolation that the Lord hath prepared for them that truly love him and keep their Confidence in him, and hold fast their Integrity for him unto the end of their dayes, as this true and faithful follower of the Lamb hath done, and now hath received of the Lord an immortal Crown of Life and endless Glory, as the Reward of her Faithfulness from the hand of a tender Father, who never fails any that truly trust in him, but is an exceeding great Reward unto all the Ʋp∣right in Heart.
Here followeth her HƲSBAND'S Testi∣mony concerning her.
Here followeth a Relation of more of her Sufferings, the 28th day of the 9th Month, 1671.
Here followeth the Testimony of John and Jane Ander∣don concerning Jane Whitehead.
The Testimony of Jasper Butt for Jane Whitehead.
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A few words to those that have Apostatized from the Truth, and so Conclude.