The works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington :
whom the Lord in his tender mercy, at length visited and relieved by the ministry of that despised people, called Quakers; and in the springings of that light, life and holy power in him, which they had truly and faithfully testified of, and directed his mind to, were these things written, and are now published as a thankful testimony of the goodness of the Lord unto him, and for the benefit of others. In two parts.
|Main Creator:||Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.|
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London : printed, and sold by Benjamin Clark bookseller in George-yard in Lombard-street, 1681.
Prefixed are testimonies of various Friends concerning the author.
"The way of life & death made manifest, and set before men" has separate title page, dated 1680, on leaf A1r.
"A question to the professors of Christianity, whether they have the true, living, powerful, saving knowledge of Christ, or no?" has separate title page, dated 1680, pagination and register.
Physical description: , 154, 191-470, 496 p. ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), P1149
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