A true account of Anne Wentworths being cruelly, unjustly, and unchristianly dealt with by some of those people called Anabaptists, of the particular opinion, and all the cause she gave, and what she hath done Who would never appear in publick, but forced to declare the tender mercies of God, and cruelty of man; that will not hear truth if it were to save her life or soul, having tendred by all just and legal ways, but they reject and refuse to hear her, when so weak as a dying woman. Also her discovering the two spirits which are in the world, and her giving warning of what e're long will surely and suddenly come to pass

Anne Wentworth London : , Printed in the year 1676

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