A serious search into Jeremy Ives"s questions to the Quakers

who are herein cleared from his scornful abuses : and Jer. Ives himself manifest to be no Christian from his own observations, reviling, ostentation, &c.

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  • Ives, Jeremiah, -- fl. 1653-1674.,
  • Society of Friends -- Apologetic works.

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Statementby a witness for Christianity in faith and life, George Whitehead.
GenreApologetic works.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 371:13.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination73 p.
Number of Pages73
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Open LibraryOL16758002M

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