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Context of A reply to a book set forth by one of the blind guides of England, who is a priest at Barwick Hall in Lancashire, : who writes his name R. Sherlock, Batcheler of Divinity, but he is proved to be a diviner and deceiver of the people: which book is in answer to some queres set forth to him by them whom he calls Quakers. And herein are replies given to his answers, by those whom the world reproachfully calls Quakers: but we do dwell in the power of the living God, which makes all the earth to quake and tremble at his presence, who is terrible to the wicked, and is laying open and discovering the deceipts of all blind guides, hirelings and deceivers, and is making his power manifest, and his name known to his people, whom the world calls Quakers. ... Richard Hubberthorne
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