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Context of Envy and folly detected : by way of a reply to a scandalous pamphlet, lately published by Robert Bridgeman (a grocer in London) intituled, Folly and envy detected, &c. : being a vindication of the true Christian Quakers : also something to a paper signed by J. Vaughton, J. Field, Ch. Marshall, W. Bingly, and others, being in number 24, and pretended Quakers, lately published in the City mercury, &c. : to which is added, nineteen queries to R.B. and his 24 brethren, &c.
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