Baxter’s confutation of the assertion made by William Penn in his ‘Wisdom Justified, p 87’, that ‘They are no Ministers of Christ who take tythes or hire.’ Ending with a full page but seemingly unfinished. Art. 192 seems to be a further portion of this but is not joined. In Baxter's hand.
Baxter’s answer to William Penn
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For William Penn see also DWL/RB/1/51; 118; 238; 261.
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Argent / Black Treatises v.188 (also listed as v.59); Thomas p.15
- William Penn published Wisdom justified of her children, from the ignorance & calumny of H. Hallywell, in his book, called, An account of familism, as it is revived and propagated by the Quakers (1673). For this see Corr 979 and 980.
- Henry Hallywell’s (died 1703?).An account of familism as it is revived and propagated by the Quakers. Shewing the dangerousness of their tenets, and their inconsistency with the principles of common reason and the declarations of Holy Scripture was also published in 1673.