The suffering-case of several of the people commonly called Quakers:
on suits mostly commenced for tythes, in the Court of Exchequer. Since the acts made for the more easie recovery of tythes, in the 7th and 8th of King William the Third. Humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament.
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London : Printed, and sold by J. Sowle, 1709.
Physical description: 23 p. ; 21 cm.
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