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By William Penn, full title: Truth Exalted; in a short, but sure, testimony against all those religions, faiths, and worships that have been formed and followed in the darkness of apostasy. — And for that glorious light which is now risen, and shines forth in the life and doctrine of the despised Quakers, as the alone good old way of life and salvation. Presented to princes, priests and people, that they may repent, believe and obey. By William Penn, whom divine love constrains in a holy contempt to trample on Egypts glory, not fearing the Kings wrath, having beheld the Majesty of him who is invisible. From OpenLibrary.

1893 text

Penn’s first work, entitled, “Truth exalted, in a short but sure testimony against all those religions, faiths, and worships, that have been formed and followed, in the darkness of apostacy; and for that glorious light which is now risen, and shines forth, in the life and doctrine of the despised Quakers … by W. Penn, whom divine love constrains, in holy contempt, to trample on Egypt’s glory, not fearing the King’s wrath, having beheld the Majesty of Him who is invisible:” London, 1668. — B.

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