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Author: Richardson, Thomas.
Title: A true catechisme concerning the word of God and the power of it, which is quick and lively in the heart: the manner of its working by dividing and setting before the creature good and evil ... : also several questions answered by the experimental working of the spirit ... / written by one who is brought into the true Christian faith, and for the testimony of the same faith hath been cast into prison ... and scornfully called Quaker, whose name is Thomas Richardson.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true catechisme concerning the word of God and the power of it, which is quick and lively in the heart: the manner of its working by dividing and setting before the creature good and evil ... : also several questions answered by the experimental working of the spirit ... / written by one who is brought into the true Christian faith, and for the testimony of the same faith hath been cast into prison ... and scornfully called Quaker, whose name is Thomas Richardson.
Richardson, Thomas.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the Year 1664.
Subject terms:
Catechisms -- Society of Friends.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Society of Friends.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A91798.0001.001

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The fruits of the Priests of Ely, in the County of Cambridge, published; wherein Priest Brunsel, and Priest Holder, called Justi∣ces, and Priest Langhorn their Brother by Trade, the fruits of their Ministrey, and their practice also described, as foloweth, That people may judge whether such as these be able Ministers of the Gospel, or whether such are fit to be judges of the Law, yea, or nay; if not, whether people ought not to be∣ware of them, and such like, as Jude hath exhorted us, much more because the Spirit of the Lord hath made them manifest both in doctrine and practice.