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A careful and free inquiry into the true nature and tendency of the religious principles of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers. In two parts : 1. The history of their opinions : the rise and progress of the society. II. Dissertations on their doctrinal tenets, their worship, ministry, &c.
Author Brownlee, W. C. (William Craig), 1784–1860
Date 1824
Format Book
Description 376 pages
Language English
Publication Philadelphia: Published by John Mortimer. J. Harding, printer
Subject Protestantism
Contributor Princeton Theological Seminary
Rights No Copyright - United States No Copyright - United States