The great cry of oppression: or A brief relation of some part of the sufferings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers :
in Ireland, for these eleven years, viz. from the beginning of 1671 until the end of 1681. Divided into two heads. The first shewing what we have suffered upon the account of tythes and priests maintenance, &c. The second sheweth what we have suffered for not swearing, for meeting together to worship God, for not paying to the building and repairing of the publick worship-houses, and for not observing holy days (so called) &c. With a testimony against taking and paving of tythes, proving out of the Holy Scriptures, and also from antient and modern writers, that tythes are no gospel maintenance, and also that swearing is no gospel ordinance.
|Main Creator:||Stockdale, William, d. 1693.|
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[London? : s.n.], Printed in the year M DC LXXXIII. 
"The preface to the reader" is signed: William Stockdale.
Place of publication conjectured by Wing.
Caption title on p. 1 reads: Sufferings for tithes and priests maintenance.
A mutilated copy, the title, p. 1-18, 41-70 and part of the last page, 267, missing.
Another copy. Complete. , 267 p. 4to. Printed in the year 1683.
Physical description: , 267,  p. ; 4to
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), S5694
Citations/References: Smith, J. Friends' Books, II, p. 632