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Author: Misoplanes.
Title: The papists younger brother, or, The vileness of Quakerism detected as it hath been printed and published by themselves : and an appendix of the Quakers unsound faith, which is also gathered out of their own printed books / by Misoplanes and Philalethes.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The papists younger brother, or, The vileness of Quakerism detected as it hath been printed and published by themselves : and an appendix of the Quakers unsound faith, which is also gathered out of their own printed books / by Misoplanes and Philalethes.
Misoplanes., Philalethes.

London: Printed for Edward Brewster and Simon Miller, 1679.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A65229.0001.001

Contents
title page
The PAPISTS Younger Brother: OR, The Vileness of Quakerism detected, &c.
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articles of faith
ARTICLE I.
ARTICLE II.
ARTICLE III.
ARTICLE IV.
ARTICLE V.
ARTICLE VI.
ARTICLE VII.
ARTICLE VIII.
ARTICLE IX.
ARTICLE X.
ARTICLE XI.
ARTICLE XII.
ARTICLE XIII.
ARTICLE XIV.
ARTICLE XV.
ARTICLE XVI.
ARTICLE XVII.
ARTICLE XVIII.
ARTICLE XIX.
ARTICLE XX.
ARTICLE XXI.
ARTICLE XXII.
ARTICLE XXIII.
ARTICLE XXIV.
ARTICLE XXV.
ARTICLE XXVI.
ARTICLE XXVII.
ARTICLE XXVIII.
ARTICLE XXIX.
ARTICLE XXX.
ARTICLE XXXI.
ARTICLE XXXII.
ARTICLE XXXIII.
ARTICLE XXXIV.
ARTICLE XXXV.
ARTICLE XXXVI.
ARTICLE XXXVII.
ARTICLE XXXVIII.
ARTICLE XXXIX.
ARTICLE XL.
ARTICLE XLI.
ARTICLE XLII.
ARTICLE XLIII.
ARTICLE XLIV.
ARTICLE XLV.
ARTICLE XLVI.
ARTICLE XLVII.
ARTICLE XLVIII.
ARTICLE XLIX.
ARTICLE L.
ARTICLE LI.
ARTICLE LII.
ARTICLE LIII.
ARTICLE LIV.
ARTICLE LV.
ARTICLE LVI.
ARTICLE LVII.
ARTICLE LVIII.
ARTICLE LIX.
ARTICLE LX.
ARTICLE LXI.
ARTICLE LXII.
ARTICLE LXIII.
ARTICLE LXIV.
ARTICLE LXV.
ARTICLE LXVI.
ARTICLE LXVII.
ARTICLE LXVIII.
ARTICLE LXIX.
ARTICLE LXX.
ARTICLE LXXI.
ARTICLE LXXII.
ARTICLE LXXIII.
ARTICLE LXXIV.
ARTICLE LXXV.
ARTICLE LXXVI.
ARTICLE LXXVII.
ARTICLE LXXVIII.
ARTICLE LXXIX.
ARTICLE LXXX.
ARTICLE LXXXI.
ARTICLE LXXXII.
ARTICLE LXXXIII.
ARTICLE LXXXIV.
ARTICLE LXXXV.
ARTICLE LXXXVI.
ARTICLE LXXXVII.
ARTICLE LXXXVIII.
ARTICLE LXXXIX.
ARTICLE XC.
ARTICLE XCI.
ARTICLE XCII.
ARTICLE XCIII.
ARTICLE XCIV.
ARTICLE XCV.
ARTICLE XCVI.
ARTICLE XCVII.
ARTICLE XCVIII.
The Names of the Books cited in this Treatise, with the Page where the Author begins to extract the Qua∣kers corrupt Creed out of them.