TITLE: Saul Smitten To The Ground: Being A Brief, But Faithful Narrative, Of The Dying Remorse Of A Late Living Enemy, (To The People Called Quakers, And Their Faith And Worship) Matthew Hide; Attested By Eye And Ear Witnesses, Whereof His Widow Is One.
in Collection of the works of William Penn(Volume 1)

AUTHOR:   Penn, William.   - EDITOR:   Penn, William.  

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  • (24)  SAUL Smitten to the Ground: Being a Brief, but Faithful NARRATIVE, OF THE Dying Remorse of a late Living Enemy, (To the People called Quakers, and their Faith and Worship) MATTHEW HIDE; Attested by Eye and Ear Witnesses, whereof his Widow is One.    Starts at - Img 718 Pg 711
    • (24.3)  To all Atheistical, Persecuting, and Contentious Opposers of the Universal Light of Jesus in the Conscience, and particularly those that are Disturbers and Vilifiers of them that believe in Him, at their Publick Meetings to Worship God, according to the Illumination and Motion of that Blessed Principle.    Starts at - Img 720 Pg 713