A northern blast, or the spiritual Quaker converted being soul-saving advice to the giddy people of England, who are running headlong to destruction. Wherein are shewed the manner of their meetings, in the county of Yorkshire, and Durham, their quakings, skreekings [sic] and ridiculous actions; also their fond and false restings of the Scriptures. With a full examination, and conviction of their tenets. By G. Emmot, of Durham gent. formerly a brother amongst them, but now (by the help of God) converted, and established in the truth

George Emmot London : printed for R. Lambert, and are to be sold at the Signe of the Angel in Cornhill, 1655

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