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Author: Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
Title: Some of the Quakers contradictions which they writ , &c. as suted the times and their own interests; by which 'twill appear, that the highest pretenders, are the greatest deceivers.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Some of the Quakers contradictions which they writ , &c. as suted the times and their own interests; by which 'twill appear, that the highest pretenders, are the greatest deceivers.
Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.

London,: Printed 1696. and are to be sold by J. Gwillim in Bishopsgate-street, and S. Clark in George-Yard, booksellers, [1696]
Subject terms:
Fox, George, 1624-1691 -- Early works to 1800.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Quakers -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B09712.0001.001

Contents
Some of the Quakers CONTRADICTIONS which they writ, &c. as suted the Times and their own Interests; by which 'twill appear, that the Highest Pretenders, are the Greatest Deceivers.
Section I.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section II.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section III.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section IV.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section V.
Quaker opinions
Section VI.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section VII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section VIII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section IX.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section X.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XI.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XIII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XIV.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XV.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XVI.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XVII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XVIII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XIX.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XX.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XXI.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XXII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
Section XXIII.
Quaker opinions
contradictory Quaker opinions
conclusion
colophon
This following is a Copy of a Letter which was sent Jan. 5. 1696. to the Persons hereafter nam'd, (with a printed Paper of their Contradictions, which are sold by S. Clark in George-Yard, and J. Gwillim in Bishopsgate-street).
continuation of letter
POSTSCRIPT.
I thought I should have ended here, but find I may not omit what follows, viz.
author's note
is following is chiefly intended for, and recommended to the serious perusal of the People called Quakers, whom it nearly concerns.