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The pilgrim's progress, from Quakerism to Christianity : containing a farther discovery of the danger of the growth of Quakerism, not only in point of doctrine, but also in their politicks, in what they call their church-government, both from matter of fact practice and experience, from the connection of the use and design of their silent meetings, their monthly, quarterly and yearly meetings, &c., their fund or common stock, with the consequence of it : together with a remedy proposed for the cure of Quakerism : to which is added an appendix shewing wherein there is a most damnable plot contrived and carrying on by New-Rome, and that by a united confederacy against the reformed religion and the professors thereof, both magistrates, ministers and people : with a challenge to Geo. Whitehead (her chief cardinal) to prove the same
Author Bugg, Francis, 1640–1724?
Date 1698
Format Book
Description 192 pages
Language English
Subject Language and Literature
Contributor Duke University Libraries