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AN ACCOUNT OF THE PEOPLE CALLED SHAKERS: THEIR FAITH, DOCTRINES, AND PRACTICE, EXEMPLiFIED IN THE LIFE, CONVERSATIONS, AND EXPERIENCE OF THE AUTHOR DURING 'THE TIME HE BELONGED TO THE SOCIETY. TO WHICH IS AFFIXED A HISTORY OF THEIR RISE AND PROGRESS TO THE PRESENT DAY. BY THOMAS BROWN, Of Cornwall, Orange County, State of New-York. Prove all things, hold fall to that which is good. Apofle Paul. An hiftorian fhould not dare to tell a falfehood, or leave a truth untold. Cicero. TROY PRINTED B2- PARKER AND BLISS. vein AT THE TROY BOOKSTORE; BY WEBSTERS AND SKINNERS- ALBANY; AND BY S. WOOD, NEW-YORK. 1812"