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A PSEUDO-QUAKER ATTACKS THE RELIGION

PENNYMAN, John

This is for the People called Quakers. Being a Collection of several Passages taken out of Isaac Penington’s, Edward Burrough’s, and other Men’s Writings. Whereunto are added Three Letters sent to some of the said People, by John Pennyman.

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London sold by Fr, Smith

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Sole edition, 4to., 16pp., disbound.

£225.00

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John Pennyman (1629-1706), a pseudo-quaker who wrote a number of tracts attacking the Quaker religion. His religious opinions took a very mystical turn which caused George Fox and his saner followers much anxiety. Wing P1423