To the Parliament of England now sitting in Westminster. : Being a brief accompt taken out of the multitude of the cruel grievous and bloody sufferings and persecutions of the people of God, (called Quakers) who have had their goods spoiled, ther meetings broken up, and have been knockt down for dead, and their houses have been torn to pieces, and they have been stoned and cruelly beaten and bruised, and their blood shed corrupt priests, magistrates and people, some of which (for tythes, and other matters) have been imprisoned and persecuted until death

London : Printed for Giles Calvert ..., 1659

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