1770 - Three Treatises, in which The Fundamental Principle, Doctrines, Worship ... Quakers

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William Penn, Robert Barclay, Joseph Pike; Three Treatises in which the Fundamental Principle, Doctrines, Worship, Ministry, and Discipline of the People Called Quakers are Plainly Declared. Philadelphia, re-printed by Joseph Crukshank, 1770.

Full leather, small 8vo, [viii] 88, viii, 112, 24 pp, 4 pp ads.

Includes overall title page, 'A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People called Quakers...' by William Penn (England), sixth edition, 1770; 'The Anarchy of the Ranters, And other Libertines, the Hierarchy of the Romanists, and Other Pretended Churches...' by Robert Barclay (Scotland), 1770; and 'An Epistle to the National Meeting of Friends, in Dublin..' by Joseph Pike (Ireland), 1770.

Good: covers worn with dark stain on back, boards warping, po name in old ink p. 24 of Dublin epistle.

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