The Resource The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks : Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness., By Lodowick Muggleton, (electronic book)

The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks : Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness., By Lodowick Muggleton, (electronic book)

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The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks : Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness.
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The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks
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Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness.
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By Lodowick Muggleton
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Cu-RivES
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M3041 Variant
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Wing (2nd ed., 1994)
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1609-1698
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Muggleton, Lodowick
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  • Penn, William
  • Quakers
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The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks : Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness., By Lodowick Muggleton, (electronic book)
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  • A reply to: Penn, William. The new witnesses proved old hereticks
  • With an engraved frontispiece portrait of Lodowick Muggleton, with caption: Lodowick Muggleton dyed the 14th of March 1697/8 then aged 88 years 7 months: & 14 dayes
  • This edition contains the title page and apparently at least part of the sheets of the first edition, with an additional 40 pages inserted preceding chapter 1 of the first edition
  • Signatures: A2 B-F4 2 B-Z2 a1 3B2 4B-E2 F1
  • Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library
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[4], 40, 90, 22 p., [1] leaf of plate
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The answer to William Penn Quaker, his book, entituled, The new witnesses proved old hereticks : Wherein he is proved to be an ignotant [sic] spater-brain'd Quaker, who knows no more what the true God is, nor his secret decrees, then one of his coach-horses doth, nor so much; for the oxe knoweth his owner, and the ass his masters scrip, but Penn doth not know his maker, as is manifest by the Scriptures, which may inform the reader, if he mind the interpretation of Scripture in the discourse following. I. That God was in the forme, image and likeness of mans bodily shape, as well as his soul from eternity. ... VIII. What is meant by the armour of God, the wilderness, and the wilde beasts I fought with in the wilderness., By Lodowick Muggleton, (electronic book)
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  • A reply to: Penn, William. The new witnesses proved old hereticks
  • With an engraved frontispiece portrait of Lodowick Muggleton, with caption: Lodowick Muggleton dyed the 14th of March 1697/8 then aged 88 years 7 months: & 14 dayes
  • This edition contains the title page and apparently at least part of the sheets of the first edition, with an additional 40 pages inserted preceding chapter 1 of the first edition
  • Signatures: A2 B-F4 2 B-Z2 a1 3B2 4B-E2 F1
  • Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
99829998
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 40, 90, 22 p., [1] leaf of plate
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000072
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote

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