Owen, John, 1616-1683. : A defence and continuation of the ecclesiastical politie : by way of letter to a friend in London : together with a letter from the author of The friendly debate.
Davis, Richard, 1658-1714. : Panergia : a brief review of Mr. Davis's vindication, giving no satisfaction : being for the greatest part of it, no direct answer to what is charged upon him, but meer evasions, to deceive his reader : things that tends to practise, are chiefly insisted upon, other things but lightly touched : to which is added remarks upon some passages of Mr. Crisp in his book entituled Christ alone exalted : the reason of the authors engaging in this controversy, is given in the preface to the reader / by Giles Firmin ...
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. : The principles of the Quakers further shewn to be blasphemous and seditious : in a reply to Geo. Whitehead's answer to the Brief discovery, stiled Truth and innocency vindicated / by Edward Beckham ..., Henry Meriton .., Lancaster Topcliffe ...
Truth -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800. : The Axe laid to the root of priestcraft: or, Christianity defended against the exorbitant claims of the clergy. : In four discourses. Viz. I. On the importance of truth, and the origin of ecclesiastical grandeur: describing the methods whereby the preachers of the Gospel degenerated from their primitive institution. II. On the craft of Tythes; refuting the arguments alledg'd for their divine appointment. III. On the usurpation of Church-power; and the pernicious abuses of it for oppressing and impoverishing the laity. IV. On the means used by ambitious priests to rivet their yoke on the people.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. : A sober ansvvere to an angry pamphlet, or, Animadversions, by way of reply, to Robert Barclays late book (entituled, Truth cleared of calumnies) in answere to A dialogue between a Quaker and a stable Christian / by VVilliam Mitchell.
R. F. (Richard Farnworth), -1666. -- Early works to 1800. : The holy scripture clearing it self of scandals: or, An answer to a book written by Richard Farnworth, who is commonly called a Quaker, bearing this title, Truth cleared of scandals. : In this answer, you have the substance of a dispute at Harliston in Staffordshire, between Richard Faruworth and the author, in the yeer 1654. Written by Tho. Pollard, a member of the Church of Christ, gathered in, and about, Leichfield. Whereunto is added, Certain considerations and queries concerning those people called the Quakers; with desire of an answer. As also, a postscript, manifesting their folly in pretending a necessity of using the terms thee and thou to a single person. / By Henry Haggar, a servant of Jesus Christ, and of the congregation of his saints.