A new catechism : wherein many truths are plainly opened by way of question and answer, which may be a help and furtherance unto all tender hearted people who are breathing after the Lord, and waits for redemption and salvation by Jesus Christ : also something concerning the foundation and principle of the poor afflicted people of God (called Quakers) and of their faith and love towards God, and their good will unto men, being also plainly demonstrated by way of question and answer : given forth in the labour of love and put to view for the service of this present generation and also generations to come

William Smith London : , 1667

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