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Author: Price, John, Welsh clergyman.
Title: The sun out-shining the moon, or, Righteousness excelling rottennness: in answer to a lying scandalous paper, published by John Moone, entituled, The true light hath made manifest darknesse, &c. : but it is darkness put forth for light, as it will appear by that which followeth / and is published by John Price.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The sun out-shining the moon, or, Righteousness excelling rottennness: in answer to a lying scandalous paper, published by John Moone, entituled, The true light hath made manifest darknesse, &c. : but it is darkness put forth for light, as it will appear by that which followeth / and is published by John Price.
Price, John, Welsh clergyman., Bownd, William. Brief discovery of the the erroneous tenets of those who are distinguished from other men by the name of Quakers.

London: Printed for the Author, 1658.
Subject terms:
Society of Friends
Moon, John, -- fl. 1657-1685. -- True light hath made manifest darknesse.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90976.0001.001

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THE SUN OUT-SHINING THE MOON: OR Righteousnesse excelling Rottennesse: In answer to a lying, scandalous Paper, Published by JOHN MOONE; Entituled, The TRUE LIGHT Hath made manifest darknesse, &c.
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A RELATION Of a short Discourse, at a place called the Scwryw, upon the eighteenth day of the Moneth called February.
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