TITLE: Somewhat Spoken To A Weighty Question, Concerning The Magistrate's Protection Of The Innocent. Wherein Is Held Forth The Blessing And Peace Which Nations Ought To Wait For And Embrace In The Latter Days. With Some Considerations For The Serious And Wife In Heart Throughout This Nation To Ponder, For Diverting God's Wrath (If Possible) From Breaking Forth Upon It. Also A Brief Account Of What The People Called Quakers Desire, In Reference To The Civil Government. With A Few Words To Such As By The Everlasting Arm Of God's Power Have Been Drawn And Gathered Out Of The Apostasy, Into The Living Truth And Worship.
in Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington(Volume 2)

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

Table of Contents:    Corpus Table of Contents
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  • (17)  SOMEWHAT SPOKEN TO A WEIGHTY QUESTION, CONCERNING THE Magistrate's Protection of the Innocent.    Starts at - Img 182 Pg 177
    • (17.3)  SOME CONSIDERATIONS For the Serious and Wife in Heart throughout this Nation to ponder, that they may send up earnest Prayers to Almighty God, and use their best Endeavours in their several Places and Stations, to prevent that dreadful Storm of Wrath which hath long hung over this Nation; that at length it break not forth like a Fire which none can quench, or like a Flood which none can stop.    Starts at - Img 191 Pg 186
    • (17.4)  A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF WHAT THE People called QUAKERS desire, In Reference to the Civil Government.    Starts at - Img 195 Pg 190
    • (17.5)  A FEW WORDS TO SUCH AS HAVE Felt the Power of the endless Life drawing; AND HAVE Faithfully followed the Leader of the Flock of Israel; who hath of late led his Sheep in such Paths as have not been known all the Night of the Apostasy.    Starts at - Img 198 Pg 193
    • (17.6)  A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE Present Work of God in the World.    Starts at - Img 200 Pg 195
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  • (19)  THE PREFACE.    Starts at - Img 208 Pg 201