The nations right in Magna Charta discussed with the thing called Parliament. : Whereas I Theaurau John tendred a petition dated the 15 November 1650. To the Parliament so called; there is a name and a thing, and a thing, and a name, and a name, and not the thing, and the name and the thing both in one according to the obedience to the thing and name. I tendred my petition upon the declarative: it was but name to me, and not the thing, which caused this inquiry to be made, and to be declared that the people may see and discerne betwixt the name and the thing.
Hear, o Earth, ye earthen men and women : the Heavens have given fire to lighten the Cabbal in man; and a voice from that enlightendment shall be declared from the Lords tent, standing in the bounds of Eltham, called by name, the middle park. ...
Theauraujohn Tani his Second part of his Theous-ori apokolipikal, or, God's light declared in mysteries : for which epistles I was six months falsly imprisoned, as by judgement of my Lord Chief Justice Rolls, and the rest of his brethren the judges upon the upper bench is declared : and what I have written I will maintain against all the learned men in the world : and I challenge the whole universities and their adherents to answer the books, if they be able, or to a fair dispute before the people, and if none dare appear, then I conclude that they are in the dark, and dare not come to the light
T]haram Taniah, leader of the Lords Hosts, : unto his brethren the Quakers scornfully so called, who are the children of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; : who are circumcised in heart; : the Jewish race in descent, unto whom the promise was made, : I will turn them into my pure language, by taking away their stony hearts: : and they shall all tremble at my word.