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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