Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731
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Filed under: Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731 -- Anguis flagellatus -- Early works to 1800|
Filed under: Wyeth, Joseph, 1663-1731 -- Primitive Christianity continued in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers
- An answer to the switch for the snake. A book so called. Discovering the weakness of the Switch, which the leading Quakers (of the second days meeting in London for government) have lately (as I am told,) given into the hands of each Parliament Man. Vice is nourished, and gets life by covering it, saith a heathen author; even so it is with errors in religion. Humbly shewing, that it is impossible, that the pens now in controversie, against us Quakers, should be put a stop to, before there's an order given forth, (from the second days meeting) for the reformation of our numerous preachers in the country. And also a book of retractions of all the errors in our Friends printed books, be published, with an appendix and postscript. By William Mather, a lover of (the well meaning persons, especially among) that people. ([London : s.n.], Printed in the year 1700), by W. Mather and J. W. (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A defence of a book intituled, The snake in the grass in reply to several answers put out to it by George Whithead, Joseph Wyeth, &c. (London : Printed by M. Bennet for C. Brome ... W. Keblewhite ... and Geo. Strahan ..., 1700), by Charles Leslie (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- A sober expostulation with some of the hearers of the Quakers against the insolent boldness of their mercenary teachers in two tracts, viz. their Sober expostulation with the clergy &c. by G. Whitehead; their Primitive Christianity continued &c. by Jos. Wyeth : being a vindication of Mr. Archer, Mr. Smithies, and the reverend author of the book intituled The snake in the grass from the Quakers foul imputations ... / by Francis Bugg, Senior. (London : Printed for C. Brome, ), by Francis Bugg (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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