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Yet every Command of Cbrif' to bis Apothesis doch nor exprefly reach to us; for he coinmanded them to go into all the World, and Preach the Gospel to every Creature, and to Teach all Nam tions; which thou would'At think hard Work, and fo would many more. And this may ferve for an Answer to thy Sixth Query.
As to Rule and Government, the fubject of thy Şeventb Query, it is spoken to fully before. · As to thy Eighth Query, about Fighting with Carnal Weapons to maintain our Religion, we are against it; and for thy saying, We can tell bim of some of bis Friends that boasted of the Quakers Valour, and what Feats tbey have done, and of one ibat lately endeavour'd to Embroil the Kinga dom. Į take these to be either thy own Romantick Stories, or of some other of our Ade Verfaries, whose Dirt thou hast gathered up. And I challenge thee to instance, in any one Man, who is owned by us at this day, that is for Fighting with Carnal Weapons, or that hath endeavour'd cọ Embroil the Kingdom. But if there should be such an one amongst us, which I know not of, and thou dost, conceal him por, but publickly detect him : For we have no Unity with that Spirit, which leads to such Pradices. However, remember there was a Judas among the Twelve ; and I could cell thee many true and fad Stories of Men of chy own. Profession; but I take 'no pleasure in Rea crimination.
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