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Context of Quakerism dissected and laid open[,] : Or, A Treatise containing a faithful discovery of near upon six hundred of their Errors and horrible Blasphemies, tending to the utter destruction of the true Christian faith and the total subversion of the established Government of Great Britain and Ireland. Sincerely collected out of their choicest and most celebrated writings: and exposed to the publick view of all men. Occasion'd by a late discourse, publish'd by Rich, Claridge, called Melius inquirendum, and being a just and honest return for his unjust and dishonest charge of blasphemies (in that book contain'd) against many of the most eminent fathers and writers of the Church of England. Together with a full discovery of their d[e]plorable deceipts in their late sham-creeds, and mock declarations: of their reverend esteem of the holy scriptures, and sincere belief in Christ Jesus, with a true key to unlock their mysterious meanings in them both. By Edw. Cockson, M.A. and rector of Westcot-Barton in the county of Oxon
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