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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)New Rome arraigned And out of her own mouth condemned. Containing a farther discovery of the dangerous errors, and pernicious principles of the leaders and teachers of the Foxonian Quakers: which tend to overthrow the Christian faith, to obstruct the Jews conversion, to encourage Mahumetism, and to pervert the right way of the Lord; which whether so or no, deserves the examination and consideration of the Christian ministry of all Protestant Churches, as they tender God's glory, and the good of souls. To which is added, Ten articles of the Christian faith, wrote by Geo. Keith, who was persecuted by the Quakers in Pensilvania for his Christian testimony. The second edition, with some alteration and additions, by Francis Bugg. Licensed, June 18th. 1694.Date of publication:
1693Author(s):Description:Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library.This item contains 4 files (3.07 MB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)Some queries proposed, to the monethly meeting of the Quakers at Aberdeen; the sixth day of June, 1700. By Robert Sandilands With their answers thereto; together with some remarks thereupon. Published by authority. To which is prefixed a letter from George Keith, sent to the Quakers in Aberdeen, containing a very serious and Christian expostulation with his old friends, &c.Date of publication:
1700Author(s):Description:Publication date from Wing. "George Keith's letter" has caption title on p. 1. Some print faded. Reproduction of the original in the British Library.This item contains 4 files (1.06 MB).Publicly Available