The Resource The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting : in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires, (electronic book)

The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting : in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires, (electronic book)

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The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting : in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires
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The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting
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in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires
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eng
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EAA
Citation location within source
W1946
Citation source
Wing
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1636?-1723
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Whitehead, George
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Thorndike, Herbert
  • Society of Friends
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general
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The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting : in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires, (electronic book)
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  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
  • Signed: G.W., W.S
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black and white
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12291496
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unknown
Extent
23 p.
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
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cl0037000029
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting : in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Reproduction of original in Huntington Library
  • Signed: G.W., W.S
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
12291496
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
23 p.
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000029
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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