The general history of the Quakers:
containing the lives, tenents, sufferings, tryals, speeches, and letters of all the most eminent Quakers, both men and women; from the first rise of that sect, down to this present time. Collected from manuscripts, &c. A work never attempted before in English. Being written originally in Latin by Gerard Croese. To which is added, a letter writ by George Keith, and sent by him to the author of this book: containing a vindication of himself, and several remarks on this history.
|Main Creator:||Croese, Gerardus, 1642-1710|
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London : printed for John Dunton, at the Raven in Jewen-street, 1696.
A translation of: Historia Quakeriana.
The page after the second page 181 is numbered 180.
"The remaining part of the second book of the general history of the Quakers" (divisional title page, N8r) begins new pagination on 2A1r. "An appendix" beings new pagination on 3A1r.
"Our antient testimony renewed", with imprint "London, printed and sold by T. Sowle, ... 1695" has separate title page on 3C4r; pagination and register are continuous.
"Our antient testimony renewed" identified as Wing C4400 on UMI microfilm "Early English books, 1641-1700" reel 1065.
Physical description: , 189, , 80, 85-196, 167-181, p. 180, 213-276, 40 p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), C6965
Citations/References: Smith, J. Catalogue of Friends' books, I, p. 480-482
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