BUT it may be ask’d, Why all this Clamour against Quakers? Surely they don’t soley govern. True, Thank God they do not: But if a few artful bad Men in the Administration may be very detrimental, what may we apprehend where so many Quakers are instructed, who have lately prov’d their very Religion to be a political Engine, to which they themselves pay no conscientious Regard, but as it suits their crafty Purposes.
IT was the Observation of Constantius, Father to Constantine the great, that “they who were false to their God, would never be true to their Prince.” Upon which he discarded the Pagans whom he had prov’d to be ready to embrace any Religion indifferently, and employed the Christians, who firmly adhered to their Profession.
LET us look round and see who are those who enjoy the Places of Profit and Truth in this Province; (a very few excepted) are they not Quakers or Quaker’s Creatures