A True relation of the life, conversation, examination, confession, and iust deserved sentence of James Naylor the grand Quaker of England. Who for his blasphemous & abominable opinions, & practises, was whipt at a carts-taile, from Westminster to the Royall-Exchange in London, December the eighteenth 1656 and thereto stand in the pillory, and to have the letter B set upon his fore-head, and to be burnt through the toung with a hot iron, and to be kept in prison during life, without being allowed any sustenance, but what he shall earne with his owne labor

London : Printed for Thomas Vere at the Angell without Newgate., 1657. i.e. 1656]

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