The works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, whom the Lord, in his tender mercy, at length visited and relieved by the ministry of that despised people called Quakers; and in the springings of that light, life, and holy power in him, which they had truly and faithfully testified of, and directed his mind to, were these things written; and are now published as a thankful testimony of the goodness of the Lord unto him, and for the benefit of others.
|Main Author:||Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.|
|Related Names:||Penn, William 1644-1718., Fox, George 1624-1691.|
London : Printed and sold by J. Phillips, 1784.
Society of Friends.
Theology > Early works to 1800.
Prefixed are testimonies to the author by George Fox, William Penn and others.
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