Hidden things brought to light whereby the fox is unkennell'd: and the bowells of Quakerism ript up, laid open, and expos'd to publick view; by a dialogue tripartite. Whereby the Quakers inside (to speak Figuratively) is turn'd outward; and The great mystery of the little whore farther unfolded. Setting forth the Quakers Creed, their Prayers, their X. Commandments, their disturbing Churches, their incouraging and discouraging Wars and Fighting; the Multitude of Books, Epistles, &c. said to be writ by G. Fox in 8 Years time; the impossibility of it from divers considerations grounded upon Reason and Fact: His Self-Exaltations, and his Disciples Adorations of him: His 12 Miracles, and other Blasphemies; James Nayier being Hosannah'd into Bristol, his raising the Dead: His Fasting 16 Days together: His Tryal and Sentence by the Parliament, and other Matters; many whereof never publish'd by me before. Whereby the Quakers Hypocrisie, and damnable Heresies, their Blasphemy and gross Idolatry, are more fully laid open and discover'd. Written by a Servant of the Church, Francis Bugg. Humbly Dedicated to our Governors in Church and State. Part III

Main Author: Bugg, Francis
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for the author, and sold by Eliz. Bennet at the Half-Moon, R. Wilkin at the King's-Head, J. Knapton, at the Crown, T. Child, at the White-Hart in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Ralph Smith at the Bible under the Piazza of the Royal Exchange in Cornhill 1707, 1707
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T114681. - Reproduction of original from British Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([2],xxxiii-xxxiv,161-259,[1]p) 2°