The works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, Whom The Lord, in his tender Mercy, at length Visited and Relieved by the Ministry of that despised People called Quakers; and in the Springings of that Light, Life, and Holy Power in him, which they had truly and faithfully testified of, and directed his Mind to, were these things written; and Are now published as a thankful Testimony of the Goodness of the Lord unto him, and for the Benefit of others. ... [electronic resource].
- London : printed by Samuel Clark, for John and Thomas Kendall, Booksellers, in Colchester, MDCCLXI. 
2v. ; 4⁰.
- The second edition.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 1.
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