Bugg, Francis: Last will of that impostor Geo. Fox
The last will and testament of that impostor George Fox, the Quakers admired idol, written with his own hand, and is now lying in the prerogative-office, by doctors-commons, London: attested so to be, by G. Whitehead, S. Mead, and W. Ingram; as more largely is recited in my book, quakerism drooping, &c. p. 147. Printed 1703. And this will may serve for an answer to the Quakers grand query in their book a light shining out of darkness, &c. P. 116. Viz. Is not the Gospel of John as bad Greek as any Quakers English? I answer, No. Compare St. John's Gospel with this will [Elektronisk resurs].
Bugg, Francis, 1640-1724?. (författare)
Fox, George, 1624-1691. (författare)
- The sixth edition.
- [London] : Printed for Francis Bugg, (who supposes that there are many necessary Houses in England, Scotland, and Ireland, where with the white of an egg this will may be cleaved up; and it will be as extensive in its use and application, as that legacy C. Fox, in his will, gave to Dr. Thomas Lower, namely, the thing people give glisters with) and sold by C. Erome, and J. Tayler in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1703.
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- Fraud -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800. (LCSH)
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