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News from the exchange, or, The papist acting the Quaker
|Other titles||Papist acting the Quaker, Popish penance fanatically acted at the exchange, Papist acting the Quaker., Popish penance fanatically acted at the exchange.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1336:24.|
|The Physical Object|
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News from the exchange, or, The papist acting or Quaker: being a true account of a fanatical pennance enjoyned by a priest of the Church of of [sic] Rome, and performed by one of her obedient sons at the Royal Exchange London, the 14th this instant January, where openly pulling off his shooes and stockings in change-time he marched from thence with much solemnity bare-headed, bare.
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The original draft of this book was the result of a study of Friends faith and witness by Ohio Yearly Meeting member Michael Hatfield. Quakers, or the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England in the 17th century by George Fox and played The papist acting the Quaker book key role in abolition and women’s suffrage.
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George Fox (), began a four-year journey throughout England in the mids, seeking answers to his spiritual questions. Disappointed with the answers he received from religious leaders, he felt an inner call to become an itinerant preacher.
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