|Title:||A testimony against the 66 judges called Quakers who writ an epistle (as they call it) against John Story and John Wilkinson and those that joyned with them ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A testimony against the 66 judges called Quakers who writ an epistle (as they call it) against John Story and John Wilkinson and those that joyned with them ...
[London?: s.n., 1680?]
First letter signed: Jeffery Bullock.
Imprint information supplied by Wing.
Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
Society of Friends -- Controversial literature.
Society of Friends -- Pastoral letters and charges.
A TESTIMONY AGAINST The 66 Judges call'd Quakers, who writ an Epistle (as they call it) against John Story and John Wilkinson, and those that joyned with them, subscrib'd by the said 66 Judges, which is here inserted; with an An∣swer thereunto subscribed by 67 of the said People; pub∣lished to this end, that all may take notice how the Spirit of Antichrist hath entred into the Quakers Teachers in this our Age and Generation.
From a MEETING held at Ellis Hook's Chamber in London, the 12th. of the 4th. Month, 77.
Let this be read in Monthly, Quarterly, and other mens Meetings, as in God's Wisdom and Counsel may be seen meet, and a Service for the same.