Edward Burrough was an early British Quaker leader and controversialist. He is regarded as one of the Valiant Sixty, early Quaker preachers and missionaries.
Burrough was born in Underbarrow, Cumbria, and educated in the Church of England, but became a Presbyterian before converting to Quakerism. He heard George Fox preach in 1652 and immediately converted to what later came to be known as the Religious Society of Friends during his late teens. He was consequently rejected by his parents. Burrough became itinerant preaching throughout England, traveling with another Friend, Francis Howgill.
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To the Present Distracted and Broken Nation of England
To the Present Distracted and Broken Nation of England,
And to all her Inhabitants:
A Presentation and Declaration from the Seed of God, and from the People called Quakers; with their Sense and Knowledge published, concerning the present Divisions and Confusions come to pass in the Land; with Mourning and Lamentation over it because of its Br ...read