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Author: Trapnel, Anna.
Title: Anna Trapnel's report and plea, or, A narrative of her journey into Cornwal the occasion of it, the Lord's encouragements to it, and signal presence with her in it, proclaiming the rage and strivings of the people against the comings forth of the Lord Jesus to reign ... whereto is annexed a defiance against all the reproachful, vile, horrid ... reports raised out of the bottomless pit against her ... / commended for the justification of the truth, and satisfaction of all men, from her own hand.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anna Trapnel's report and plea, or, A narrative of her journey into Cornwal the occasion of it, the Lord's encouragements to it, and signal presence with her in it, proclaiming the rage and strivings of the people against the comings forth of the Lord Jesus to reign ... whereto is annexed a defiance against all the reproachful, vile, horrid ... reports raised out of the bottomless pit against her ... / commended for the justification of the truth, and satisfaction of all men, from her own hand.
Trapnel, Anna.

[London]: Printed at London for Thomas Brewster ..., 1654.
Notes:
Errata sheet bound at end.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library.
Subject terms:
Dissenters, Religious -- England.
Witness bearing (Christianity)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A63061.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the READER.
Here begins the NARRATIVE or RELATION.
Here follows a Relation, in the next place, of several passages and actings by creatures, in a way of love and hatred, some frowning, few smiling; ma∣ny rejecting, few receiving: manifested from the first day, to the last day of my abode there in Corn∣wal, in the West. Also, of my imprisonment in Bridewel, and my enlargment therefrom.
A Defiance to all reproachfull, scandalous, base, horrid, defaming speeches, which have been vented by Ru∣lers, Clergy, and their Auditors, and published in scurrilous Pam∣phlets up and down in Cities and Countries, against Anna Trapnell, late Pri∣soner in Bridwell for the Testimony of Jesus the Lord.
An Errata.