The case of the people call'd Quakers, humbly presented to the Parliament of Ireland, respecting the sufferings they labour under, because for conscience sake they cannot swear, desiring to be eas'd by a solemn affirmation.
|Main Creator:||Society of Friends (Dublin, Ireland)|
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With a docket title: The Quakers-case relating to an affirmation.
Physical description: 3,p. ; 2⁰.
|Contained in:||Pamphlet volume B3475|
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|B3475||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|