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A true and impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker and his family, at the town of Panton in Lincolnshire : who affirmed he was commanded of God to pronounce Ralph James preacher of the Gospel a leper from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot: the same judgment of leprosie shortly after falling upon one of his children; himself, wife, and the rest of his children, being also afflicted with a painful distemper. Attested under the hands of several credible persons, eye and ear witnesses. As by the narrative will more at large appear.

James, Ralph, active 17th century.
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1672
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view A true and impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker and his family, at the town of Panton in Lincolnshire : who affirmed he was commanded of God to pronounce Ralph James preacher of the Gospel a leper from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot: the same judgment of leprosie shortly after falling upon one of his children; himself, wife, and the rest of his children, being also afflicted with a painful distemper. Attested under the hands of several credible persons, eye and ear witnesses. As by the narrative will more at large appear.
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Credit: A true and impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker and his family, at the town of Panton in Lincolnshire : who affirmed he was commanded of God to pronounce Ralph James preacher of the Gospel a leper from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot: the same judgment of leprosie shortly after falling upon one of his children; himself, wife, and the rest of his children, being also afflicted with a painful distemper. Attested under the hands of several credible persons, eye and ear witnesses. As by the narrative will more at large appear. Public Domain Mark

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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for Francis Smith ..., 1672.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, 13 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 20 cm (4to)

Notes

Consists principally of letters between Ralph James and John Green, who wrote to R.J. at the request of Benjamin Morley to elicit more details of his encounter with the Quaker Richard Anderson.--see p. 1-2. On p. 11-13 there are accounts by other witnesses
Copy 1 Supplier/Donor: E.M. Lawson Note: Binding: 18th cent.? paper wrappers X190747

Publications note

Wing T2498
ESTC R34672
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T2498

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