The Resource The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations, (electronic resource)

The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations, (electronic resource)

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The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations
Title
The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland
Title remainder
in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T150306
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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Gulliver, Obadiah
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Aaron
  • London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)
  • Netherlands
  • Great Britain
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The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Obadiah Gulliver is a pseudonym
  • "Isaac ben Gideon" was the pseudonymous publisher of The visions of Aaron
  • Also issued as part of: 'The temple of fame: or, the Sc--d---l---s chronicle for the year 1748'
  • Price from imprint: Price Six-Pence
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Houghton Library
Control code
ESTCT150306
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
28p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Obadiah Gulliver is a pseudonym
  • "Isaac ben Gideon" was the pseudonymous publisher of The visions of Aaron
  • Also issued as part of: 'The temple of fame: or, the Sc--d---l---s chronicle for the year 1748'
  • Price from imprint: Price Six-Pence
  • Reproduction of original from Harvard University Houghton Library
Control code
ESTCT150306
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
28p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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