ecs, for it is indeed of great Concernment to them. - And if (fayes he) ... axly, he rather avoids then answers the Question , , which is fo much the greater Fault in him, in if much as both Queftion and Answer were of his own framing. . . . . . .. This anbsp;...
|Title||:||Truth prevailing and detecting error: or, an answer to a book [by E. Fowler] mis-called A friendly conference between a minister and a parishioner of his inclining to Quakerism, etc|