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Author: Fox, George, 1624-1691.
Title: Saul's errand to Damascus: with his packet of letters from the high-priests, against the disciples of the Lord. Or, A faithful transcript of a petition contrived by some persons in Lancanshire, who call themselves ministers of the gospel, breathing out threatnings and slaughters against a peaceable & godly people there, by them nick-named Quakers.: Together with the defence of the persons thereby traduced, against the slanderous and false suggestions of that petition, and other untruths charged upon them. Published to no other end, but to draw out the bowels of tender compassion from all that love the poor despised servants of Jesus Christ, who have been the scorn of carnal men in all ages.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Saul's errand to Damascus: with his packet of letters from the high-priests, against the disciples of the Lord. Or, A faithful transcript of a petition contrived by some persons in Lancanshire, who call themselves ministers of the gospel, breathing out threatnings and slaughters against a peaceable & godly people there, by them nick-named Quakers.: Together with the defence of the persons thereby traduced, against the slanderous and false suggestions of that petition, and other untruths charged upon them. Published to no other end, but to draw out the bowels of tender compassion from all that love the poor despised servants of Jesus Christ, who have been the scorn of carnal men in all ages.
Fox, George, 1624-1691., Lawson, John, of Lancaster.

London: printed for Giles Calvert, at the black Spread-Eagle at the west-end of Pauls, 1653.
Subject terms:
Quakers
Religious tolerance
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84808.0001.001

Contents
title page
To all that love the Lord Jesus Christ.
TO The Contrivers and Subscribers of the Petition.
To the Christian Reader.
petition
To the Right Honorable The Councel of State: The humble Petition of several Gentle∣men, Justices of Peace, Ministers of the Gospel, and People, within the County of Lancaster, whose names are subscribed.
evidence for petition
The Answer of George Fox, to the mat∣ters falsely charged upon him, by the Petition and Schedule aforesaid.
More Objections against George Fox, charged upon him, by the Contrivers of the foresaid Petition; and An∣swered by him, as followeth.
Quaeries propounded to George Fox, by some of the Contrivers of the Peti∣tion, and by him Answered.
James Nayler's Answer, and De∣claration, touching some things charged upon him, by the men aforesaid.
Divers particulars of the persecutions of James Nayler, by the Priests of Westmerland.
The Examination of James Nayler, upon an Indictment of Blasphemy, at the Sessions at Appleby, in Janua∣ry 1652.
Accusations against Jo: Lawson, by him answered.
Errata.