The Resource The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker, (electronic book)

The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker, (electronic book)

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The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker
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The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd
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by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker
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  • Impostor dethron'd
  • Quakers throne of truth detected to be Satans seat of lies
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Language
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
F442
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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Farmer, Ralph
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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-1668
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Bishop, George
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  • Craven, William Craven
  • Bishop, George
  • Society of Friends
  • Quakers
  • Great Britain
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general
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The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker, (electronic book)
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  • The epistle to the reader is signed: Ra. Farmer
  • The words "In his practises against the" are bracketed together on title page
  • Verso of leaf bound before title page reads: The impudent and daring protestation, and appeal to God, of George Bishop .
  • Caption title on p. 1 reads: The impostor dethron'd; or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to be Satans seat of lies
  • With three final pages of advertisement
  • Tightly bound; some print faded
  • Reproduction of the original in the Friends House Library, London
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black and white
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99829878
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unknown
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[18], 117, [3] p.
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Electronic reproduction.
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The Lord Cravens case stated; and the impostor dethron'd : by way of reply to Captain George Bishop, a grand Quaker in Bristoll. Wherein is briefly hinted, the rottenness of the Quakers conversion, and perfection, in general, exemplified in this busie bishop; in special instanced in his practises against the estate of the Lord Craven, life of Mr. Love. By occasion whereof, this truth is asserted, viz. if we may judge of the conscience, honesty, and perfection of Quakers in general, by this man in particular, a man may be as vile a person, as any under heaven, and yet a perfect Quaker, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • The epistle to the reader is signed: Ra. Farmer
  • The words "In his practises against the" are bracketed together on title page
  • Verso of leaf bound before title page reads: The impudent and daring protestation, and appeal to God, of George Bishop .
  • Caption title on p. 1 reads: The impostor dethron'd; or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to be Satans seat of lies
  • With three final pages of advertisement
  • Tightly bound; some print faded
  • Reproduction of the original in the Friends House Library, London
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99829878
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[18], 117, [3] p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000080
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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