Bugg, Francis a member of the Society of Friends, which he left in later life, and whose principles he then combated in a number of treatises. Among them are, New Rome arraigned (Lond. 1694): — Picture of Quakerism (Lond. 1697, 12mo): — Quakerism Withering and Christianity Reviving (Lond. 1694): — Quakers set in their true Light (Lond. 1696): — The Pilgrim's Progress from Quakerism to Christianity (Lond. 1698), etc. — Allibone, Dictionary of Authors, 1, 279.