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Author: Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.
Title: A true narrative of the examination, tryall, and sufferings of James Nayler in the cities of London and Westminster, and his deportment under them.: With the copies of sundry petitions and other papers, delivered by severall persons to the Lord Protector, the Parliament, and many particular Members thereof, in his behalf. With divers remarkable passages (relating thereto) before his journey to Bristol, whither he is now gone towards the filling up the measure of his sufferings.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true narrative of the examination, tryall, and sufferings of James Nayler in the cities of London and Westminster, and his deportment under them.: With the copies of sundry petitions and other papers, delivered by severall persons to the Lord Protector, the Parliament, and many particular Members thereof, in his behalf. With divers remarkable passages (relating thereto) before his journey to Bristol, whither he is now gone towards the filling up the measure of his sufferings.
Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.

[London: s.n.], Printed in the year, 1657.
Subject terms:
Quakers -- England
Persecution -- England
Naylor, James, -- 1617?-1660
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95098.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the truly Christian Readers.
A REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE, TO WHOM The Examination of James Nayler, Blasphemer, and other Misdemeanors were referr'd.
Second Article.
The fairest of ten thousand.
2. The only begotten Son of God.
The Prophet of the most High:
The King of Israel.
The everlasting Son of Righ∣teousnesse.
Prince of peace.
Sent to judge and try the Cause of Israel.
Iesus.
He in whom the hope of Israel standeth.
journal of proceedings
Dec. 5.
Dec. 6.
Monday, 8.
Tuesday 9.
Wednesday 10.
Thursday 11.
Friday 12.
Saturday 13.
Monday 15.
Tuesday 16.
Wednesday 17.
18. December (the day James Naylor first suffered.)
Wednesday the 24. of De∣cember.
Saturday 27. December.
COPIES OF SEVERAL of the PAPERS given into the House of PARLIAMENT in the time of IAMES NAYLERS Tryal & sufferings, which be∣gan the fifth of December, 1656.
To the SPEAKER of the PARLIAMENT of ENGLAND, these to be read.
To you that sit in Parliament, who own the Scriputres, are these for, what is writ∣ten aforetime is written for our admonition, 1 Cor. 10. 11.
To the Parliament of England, &c
Quaeries given to the Speaker of the House, and several other Members of Parliament.
discourse offering
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
statement from Tomlinson
To the Protector, and
POSTSCRIPT.
statement from Fox
statement from Fox
statement from Fox
concluding remarks
A brief Account of the Grounds of the Petitioners that appeared for James Nayler.
Here followeth the Relation of W. H. touching the five Ministers, that were with James Naylor, a little before his last suffering on the Pillory in Lon∣don.