PENN, William, and WHITEHEAD, George. The Christian-Quaker, and His Divine Testimony Vindicated by Scripture, Reason and Authorities; Against the Injurious Attempts, that Have Been Lately Made by Several Adversaries, with Manifest Design to Render Him Odiously Inconsistent with Christianity and Civil Society. In II Parts. The First More General, by William Penn. The Second More Particular, by George Whitehead. [London: n.p.], 1674. Small Folio. p.,131, verso blank, separate title page, dated 1673, then 136-162, errata, verso blank, separate title page for Second Part dated 1673, pp.84, verso blank, separate title page dated "1973" -118, separate title page dated 1673 -170, separate title page dated 1673, -312, separate title page undated, -334 then mispaginated 135-176, errata leaf. Contemporary speckled calf, raised spine bands, chamfered in blind, hinges of clasps on rear board. Front outer hinges just starting, bookplate on front free endpaper, light scattered foxing and toning, else very good. Bronner & Fraser Penn Bibliography 22B. Bronner & Fraser state that a 1673 first edition must exist due to mention of "Christian Quaker" in "Reason Against Railing" 1673, however they state that "None reported extant."