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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)A backslider reproved and his folly made manifest and his confusions and contradictions discovered in a short reply to a book lately published by Robert Cobbet called A word to the upright, who being turned from the light now makes it his work to war against it and them that walk in it; but his weapons are broken and in his own snare is he taken / written for the Truths sake by a servant thereof known by the name Stephen Crisp ; unto which is added a brief answer to a pamphelet [sic] stiled A brief discovery of the labourers in mystery Babylon.Date of publication:
1669Author(s):Description:The harlots vail rent and her impudency rebuked : in a short answer to one Elizabeth Atkinson her Babylons brat against the people called Quakers (pp. 17-24) signed: Anne Travers, Eliz. Coleman. Reproduction of original ...This item contains 4 files (788.95 KB).Publicly Available