The Resource A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest : and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken, written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon, (electronic book)

A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest : and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken, written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon, (electronic book)

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A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest : and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken
Title
A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest
Title remainder
and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken
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written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
UMI
Citation location within source
C6925
Citation source
Wing
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1628-1692
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Crisp, Stephen
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Atkinson, Elizabeth
  • Travers, Anne
  • Coleman, Elisabeth
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  • Cobbet, Robert
  • Society of Friends
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general
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A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest : and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken, written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon, (electronic book)
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  • The harlots vail rent and her impudency rebuked : in a short answer to one Elizabeth Atkinson her Babylons brat against the people called Quakers (pp. 17-24) signed: Anne Travers, Eliz. Coleman
  • Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library
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black and white
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11066404
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unknown
Extent
24 p.
File format
one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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cl0037000049
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Electronic reproduction.
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A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest : and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken, written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • The harlots vail rent and her impudency rebuked : in a short answer to one Elizabeth Atkinson her Babylons brat against the people called Quakers (pp. 17-24) signed: Anne Travers, Eliz. Coleman
  • Reproduction of original in the Harvard University Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
11066404
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
24 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000049
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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