TITLE: A Brief Account Of Some Reasons (Amongst Many That Might Be Given) Why Those People Called Quakers Cannot Do Some Things On The One Hand, And Forbear Doing Of Some Things On The Other Hand; For Which They Have Suffered, And Do Still Suffer, So Much Violence From The People, And Such Sore Persecution From The Teachers And Magistrates Of These Nations. Whereby It May Appear To All, Who Are Willing To Take Any Fair Consideration Of Their Cause, That Their Sufferings Are For Righteousness Sake, Because Of The Integrity Of Their Hearts Towards God, And Void Of Any Just Ground Of Offence Towards Man.
in Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington(Volume 1)

AUTHOR:   Penington, Isaac.   - EDITOR:   Penington, Isaac.   Fox, George.   Penn, William.  

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