Browsing by Author "Jackson, John, fl. 1651-1657."
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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Hosannah to the Son of David: or A testimony to the Lord's Christ. Offering it self, indifferently, to all persons; though more especially intended for the people, who pass under the name of Quakers. Wherein not so much the detecting of their persons, as the reclaiming the tender-hearted among them from the error of their way, is modestly endevoured, by a sober and moderate discourse, touching the Light and law in every man; referring to what is held forth by them in their several books and papers, herein examined and discussed. By a lover of truth and peaceDate of publication:
1657Author(s):Description:A lover of truth and peace = John Jackson. Signatures: A-H⁴; B-H⁴; A⁴ (-A4) B-G⁴ [H]¹. Annotation on Thomason copy: "nouemb: 2d.". Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (1.19 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Strength in Weakness or The burning bush not consumed Being an answer (formerly published under this title) to two letters written by James Naylor. To which is now added several other papers written since by the same hand (whereof one is intituled, The secret shootings of the wicked reproved.) With a reply thereunto, as also to the rest respectively. By J.J. Published at the request of some, for the satisfaction of others: and tendred to the serious perusall of the impartiall and un-prejudic'd reader.Date of publication:
1655Author(s):Description:J.J. = John Jackson. Reproduction of original in the British Library, London, England.This item contains 4 files (1.22 MB).Publicly Available