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Quaker's Jesus : Grigge, William.  1658 1
The Quaker's Jesus: or, The unswadling of that child James Nailor, which a wicked toleration hath mi : Grigge, William.  1658 1
The Quakers last shift found out, or, An answer to Will. Penn's complaint against the meeting at Bar   1674 1
Quakers last shift to cover their monstrous heresies. : Leslie, Charles,  1697 1
Quakers last shift to cover their monstrous heresies, laid fully open. : Leslie, Charles,  1698 1
The Quakers looking-glass look'd upon; : and turned toward himself; in a sober reply to an u : Hobbs, Richard,  1673 1
Quakers madrigall in rime dogrell. : Lluelyn, Martin,  1672 1
Quakers mere obbists.   1678 1
Quakers mere obbists, or, A Letter to a preaching Quaker : from a moderate gentleman trepan'd into o   1678 1
Quakers modest observation upon the Norfolk clergy-men, and Bugg's books   1699 1
The Quakers : money and morals. : Walvin, James.  1997 1
Quakers no Christians. : Faldo, John,  1698 1
Quakers no Christians:, or, A sober request to the Quakers, : Ives, Jeremiah,  1674 1
The Quakers no deceivers, or the management of an unjust charge against them confuted. : Being a bri   2
The Quakers of Kirkbymoorside and district 1652-1990. : Rowlands, Mary.  1990 1
Quakers on the American frontier. : Elliott, Errol T.  1969 1
The Quakers Pedigree: or, a dialogue between a Quaker, and a Iesuit : who at last become reconciled,   1674 1
Quakers Pedigree: or, a dialogue between a Quaker, and a Jesuit   1674 1
Quakers pedigree, or, A dialogue between a Quaker and a Jesuit, &c. : Moon, John,  1674 1
The Quakers plainness detecting fallacy : in two short treatises : I. The first in answer to an abus : Whitehead, George,  1674 1
The Quakers plea : answering all objections, and they proved to be no way dangerous, but friends to : P. H.  1661 1
Quakers plea with the bishops. : R. F.  1663 1
Quakers plea with the bishops at their ecclesiastical courts. : R. F.  1663 1
The Quakers plea with the bishops at their ecclesiastical courts, or, An answer of the people of God : R. F.  1663 1
The Quakers plea with the bishops at their ecclesiastical courts, or, An answer to the people of God : R. F.  1663 1
Quakers principles quaking. : Hall, Ralph.  1656 1
The Quakers prophesie of the dreadful and utter destruction of all the ministers of the Church of En   1700 1
The Quaker's prophesie of the terrible judgment that will befal this land : being Englands sad estat : Chamberlin, Absalon.  1682 1
The Quakers prophesie: or, Strange and wonderful news from Spittle-Fields, humbly dedicated to the Q   1684 1
Quakers prophesy: or, Strange and wonderful news from Spittle-Fields   1684 1
The Quakers proved apostats and heathens : And a specimen of the Quakers great malice and ognorance : Keith, George,  1700 1
The Quakers proved deceivers : and such as people ought not to listen to, or follow, but to account : Horn, John,  1660 1
Quakers quaking   2
The Quakers quaking: or, the foundation of their deceit shaken, by scripture, reason, their own mout : Ives, Jeremiah,  1656 1
The Quakers quaking: or, The most just and deserved punishment inflicted on the person of James Nayl   1657 1
The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted : in a briefe answer to some erroneous tenets he : Bradshaw, Ellis.  1656 1
Quakers questioned, their questions answered   2
Quakers questioned, their questions answered, and both published : Baxter, Richard,  1655 1
Quakers questioned, their questions answered, and both published for the sake of those of them that   2
The Quakers quibbles : in three parts : first set forth in an expostulatory epistle to Will. Pfnn [i : Thompson, Thomas.  1675 1
Quakers quibbles. : Hedworth, Henry.  1675 1
Quakers quibbles set forth in an expostulatory epistle to William Penn.   2
The Quakers quibbles, set forth in an exposulatory epistle to William Penn : concerning the last mee : Hedworth, Henry.  1674 1
The Quakers refuge fixed upon the rock of ages, though the swelling waters dash never so violently t : Ruckhill, Robert.  1673 1
The Quakers rejected : which was also foretold by a person once eminent among them, taken out of his : Pennyman, John,  1676? 1
The Quakers remonstrance to the Parliament, &c. touching the popish plot and Sir Edmund-Bury Godfrey   1689 1
Quakers rounds.   1658 1
The Quakers rounds, or, A Faithful account of a large discourse between a party of them called Quake   1658 1
A Quakers sea-journal : being a true relation of a voyage to New-England : Fowler, Robert,  1659 1
A Quakers sermon: preached at the Bull-and-Mouth Metting-House : in St. Martins-Le-Grand, London. On   1674 1
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