The Glorie of the Lord arising, shaking terribly the earth, and overturning all, until righteousnesse be set up being an encounter with the ministers of the world touching their maintenance : wherein they are beaten with their own weapons, confuted by their own Scriptures and arguments : also a testimony from the Lord against swearing, with a word to the heads of the nation, and to the judges of life and death by those whom the world calls Quakers

London : Printed for Giles Calvert ..., 1655

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