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An Address to the Protestants of all Persuasions, more

especially the Magistrates and Clergy, for the Promotion of Virtue and Charity

Pag. I

Saul Smitten to the Ground, being a brief but faith. ful Narrative of the dying Remorse of a late living Enemy to the People called Quakers, and their Faith and Worship.

Pag. 223

An Epistle to the Children of Light in this Generation, called of God to be Parrakers of Eternal Life in Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, and Light of the World, . . - - - - Pag. 237

England's Great Interest in the Choice of a New

Parliament: dedicated to all her Freeholders and Electors. - - - - - Pag. 243

One Project for the Good of England, that is, Our

Civil Union is our Civil Safety : humbly dedicated to the Great Council, the Parliament of Eng

- - Pag. 255 A Brief Examination and State of Liberty Spiritual, both with respect to Persons in their private Capacity, and in their Church Society and Communion,

- - - - - Pag. 281

A General LA General Description of the Province of Pennsylva

nia, its Soil, Air, Water, Seasons, and Produce, both Natural and Artificial, and the good Increase thereof, with an Account of the Natives or Aborigines. - - - - - Pag. 299

A Persuasive to Moderation to Church Diffenters, in

Prudence and Conscience: humbly submitted to the King, and his Great Council. - Pag. 319

Good Advice to the Church of England, Roman Ca

tholick, and Protestant Dissenter; in which it is endeavoured to be made appear, that it is their Duty, Principle, and Interest to abolish the Penal Laws and Tests.

- - Pag. 373

Just Measures : being an Epistle of Peace and Love,

to such Professors of Truth as are under Dissatisfac.. tion about the Order practised in the Church of Chrift.

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The New Athenians no Noble Bereans : being An

swers to several Athenian Mercuries, in Behalf of the People called Quakers.

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Giving all diligence, add to your faith, virtue; and to virtue,

knowledge, and to knowledge, temperance; and to temperance, patience; and to patience, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness; and to brotherly kindness, charity. For if these things be in you, and abound, they make you that ye ihall neither be barren nor unfruitful 'in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. But he that lacketh these things, is blind, and cannot see far off, and hath forgotten that he was purged from his old fins. 2 Pet. i. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

Publilhed in the Year 1679.

Vol. IV.

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