|Title:||An apology for Congregational divines against the charge of ... : under which head are published amicable letters between the author and a conformist / by a Presbyterian : also a speech delivered at Turners-Hall, April 29 : where Mr. Keith, a reformed Quaker ... required Mr. Penn, Mr. Elwood ... to appear ... by Trepidantium Malleus ...|
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An apology for Congregational divines against the charge of ... : under which head are published amicable letters between the author and a conformist / by a Presbyterian : also a speech delivered at Turners-Hall, April 29 : where Mr. Keith, a reformed Quaker ... required Mr. Penn, Mr. Elwood ... to appear ... by Trepidantium Malleus ...
London: Printed for John Harris ..., 1698.
Trepidantium Malleus is a pseudonym for Samuel Young.
Imperfect: pages stained and with print show-through.
Reproduction of original in the Huntington Library.
Keith, George, -- 1639?-1716.
Penn, William, -- 1644-1718.
Congregational churches -- Apologetic works.
Society of Friends -- Apologetic works.
To the Reverend and Learned Congregational Divines in the City of London, said to be afflicted for the New sprung An∣tinomian abominations; and there∣fore just Censurers of a Linnen Draper (now a Speaker) who under∣stands not the Doctrine he would defend, and therefore is only a Crispian Would-be. Mr. Griffith. Mr. Mead, Mr. •rosse, Mr. Nesbet, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Lard∣ner, Mr. Harris, and others.
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN A Wild Crispian and a Sober Christian.
A PAPER Sent by a CONFORMIST TO A Nonconformist.
THE NONCONS ANSWER.
THE Con's Return.
A few Hours after the Noncon sent him the following Reply.
To the Baxterians
A SPEECH, deliver'd at Turner's-Hall, April 29. at a Meeting, with the Consent of the Lord-Bishop and Lord Mayor, where Mr. Keith (and I also) desired Mr. Penn to appear, to answer to our Charge, where were present one of the Sheriffs (and one of the Marshalls, to keep the Peace) and also several Ministers and Gentle∣men, and others, of all Perswa∣sions. By T. M.