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Broadside, published only in Dutch. Being the reply ("Adam Boreel exposed by his fruits") of Furly and others to the oral attack ("A warning against the Quakers") by Adam Boreel in Rotterdam in 1661 during the "war of pamphlets". cf. Hull's "The rise of Quakerism in Amsterdam", p. 261ff, and his "Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam", p. 11. Not in Smith. H SC Q RARE BX7730.B97 S72 1668 COPY BOUND WITH: Een standaert opgerecht / Edward Burrough. 1668.