A vindication of the principles and practices of the people called Quakers from the false aspersions of being monstrous in their opinions as to religion, denyers of the Old and New Testaments, inconsistent with and contrary to government, useless to the King and country, such as for whose protection the magistrate is no way obliged to take care, injurers of common justice between party and party, unfit for the societies of men and publique conversation in answer to a paper superscribed, To George Bishop of Bristol and to the rest of that party commonly called Quakers

George Bishop London? : , 1665

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