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Author: Lupton, Donald, d. 1676.
Title: The quacking mountebanck or The Jesuite turn'd Quaker.: In a witty and full discovery of their production and rise, their language, doctrine, discipline, policy, presumption, ignorance, prophanes, dissimulation, envy, uncharitablenes, with their behaviours, gestures, aimes and ends. All punctually handled and proved, to give our country men timely notice to avoid their snares and subtile delusions, ... / By one who was an eye and ear witnesse of their words and gestures in their new hired great Tavern Chappell, or the Great Mouth within Aldersgate.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The quacking mountebanck or The Jesuite turn'd Quaker.: In a witty and full discovery of their production and rise, their language, doctrine, discipline, policy, presumption, ignorance, prophanes, dissimulation, envy, uncharitablenes, with their behaviours, gestures, aimes and ends. All punctually handled and proved, to give our country men timely notice to avoid their snares and subtile delusions, ... / By one who was an eye and ear witnesse of their words and gestures in their new hired great Tavern Chappell, or the Great Mouth within Aldersgate.
Lupton, Donald, d. 1676.

London: Printed for E.B. at the Angell in Pauls-Church-Yard, 1655.
Subject terms:
Quakers
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A88651.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE QUACKING MOUNTEBANCK. OR The JESUITE turn'd QUAKER.
introduction
THEIR PRODƲCTION AND RISE.
THEIR LANGƲAGE AND DISCIPLINE.
THEIR DOCTRINE.
4. THEIR POLLICY.
5 THEIR PRESƲMPTION.
5. THEIR PROPHANES AND ƲNCLEANES.
7. THEIR DISSIMƲLATION, ENVY, AND ƲNCHARITABLENES.
8. THEIR IGNORANCE.
9. THEIR BEHAVIOƲRS, GESTƲRES, AYMES, AND ENDS.
THEIR GESTƲRES,
THEIR AYMES AND ENDS.