A COLLECTION OF SOME WRITINGS OF THE MOST NOTED OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS, IN THEIR TIMES. COLLECTED TOGETHER, IN ORDER THAT SUCH WHO PROFESS THAT WAY NOW MAY COMPARE THEIR SENTIMENTS WITH THOSE OF THEIR FOREFATHERS, AS THEY TERM THEM, OR SUCH AS WERE DEEMED WORTHY ANCIENTS, WHOSE WRITINGS HAVE BEEN APPROVED OF BY THE SOCIETY IN GENERAL.

Philadelphia: Printed [by W. and T. Bradford] for the Compiler, 1767. iv, 5-34pp. Stitched, untrimmed, generously margined, uncut. Lightly toned, mildly foxed, a couple of contemporary margin corrections. Very Good in its unsophisticated state.

The writings concern the question of Quakers' obligation to pay a tax to the Pennsylvania colonial government . The Introduction is signed in type, 'M.M.'
Evans 10583. Hildeburn 2288. Item #29066

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