The Resource Davids enemies discovered : VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,, by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne, (electronic book)

Davids enemies discovered : VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,, by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne, (electronic book)

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Davids enemies discovered : VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,
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Davids enemies discovered
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VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,
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by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne
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Cu-RivES
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  • A4126
  • E.830[10]
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  • Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
  • McAlpin Coll., III, p. 105
  • Thomason
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Atkinson, Christopher
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dictionaries
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  • 1636?-1723
  • 1628-1662
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  • Whitehead, George
  • Hubberthorn, Richard
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  • Clapham, Jonathan
  • Woodall, Frederick
  • Society of Friends
  • Music and morals
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Davids enemies discovered : VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,, by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne, (electronic book)
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  • The words "Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead." are bracketed together on title page
  • A reply to: Clapham, Jonathan. A short and full vindication of that sweet and comfortable ordinance, of singing of Psalmes and an unpublished work by Frederick Woodall
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "March 15", "1654"; 5 in imprint date crossed out
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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[2], 21, [1] p.
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Davids enemies discovered : VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered,, by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne, (electronic book)
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Note
  • The words "Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead." are bracketed together on title page
  • A reply to: Clapham, Jonathan. A short and full vindication of that sweet and comfortable ordinance, of singing of Psalmes and an unpublished work by Frederick Woodall
  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "March 15", "1654"; 5 in imprint date crossed out
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99862540
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unknown
Extent
[2], 21, [1] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
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cl0051000004
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote

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