The Acts of the Witnesses: The Autobiography of Lodowick Muggleton and Other Early Muggletonian Writings
T. L. Underwood
Oxford University Press, Jan 6, 2000 - History - 272 pages
This book presents writings produced by the Muggletonians---an unusual seventeenth-century English sect founded in 1652 by John Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton. The volume draws on documents from a recently discovered Muggleton archive and rare seventeenth-century tracts. Among those included are Muggleton's autobiography, excerpts from works co-written by Muggleton and Reeve, letters, songs (including ones composed to celebrate Muggleton's release from prison), and miscellany.
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