Folly and madnesse made manifest

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Folly and madnesse made manifest, or, Some things written to shew how contrary to the word of God and practise of the saints in the Old and New Testament; the doctrines and practises of the Quakers lately risen up amongst us, are a rayling and reviling answer made thereunto, full of falsehood and vaine shifts and devices to maintaine their errors . This discovered and made manifest

City of Publication
[By H. Hall], Printed in the yeare 1659.
Year Published
Wing (2nd ed.), S788; Madan, 2441; McAlpin Coll., III 292; McAlpin Coll., III 360; ESTC Citation R12541
[2], 140 p.; 4⁰.