Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Battering Rams Against New Rome : Innocency against envy: in a brief examination of Francis Bugg's two invective pamphlets : against the people of God called Quakers· The one styled, The Quakers detected; the other, Battering rams against new-Rome. His backsliding and hypocritical temporizing detected, and the said people defended from his inveterate malice, notorious lies, defamations and gross abuses. By G.W. and S.C.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 De Christiana Libertate : Righteous judgment placed upon the heads of malicious opposers and persecuting apostates : in some brief animadversions upon Francis Buggs book, entitled, De Christiana libertate, in which his great weakness and gross wickedness is detected, his foul defamations and uncivil reflections are reprehended : with a seasonable warning to him and the rest of his abettors in their mischievous work of opposition to and separation from, the Lord and his people / by a lover of peace, Robert Sandilands : together with an Ingredient by another hand.; Sandilands, Robert.
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Letter To The Quakers : The Quaker's answer to a scandalous libel : styled A letter to the Quakers viz. to G. Fox, G. Whitehead, Fra. Camfield, Stephen Crisp, and the rest of your preachers.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Modest Defence Of My Book Entitled Quakerism : A sober reply, on behalf of the people called Quakers, : to two petitions against them, (the one out of Norfolk, and the other from Bury in Suffolk) being some brief observations upon them. Published on occasion of Francis Bugg's exposing one of the said petitions in print, and commending the other, &c. With many unjust aggravations and misrepresentations in his late book, falsly stiled A modest defence, &c.; Ellwood, Thomas,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Modest Defence Of Quakerism Exposd : A reply, on behalf of the people called Quakers, : to two petitions against them (the one out of Norfolk, the other from Bury in Suffolk) being some brief observations made on those petitions, and humbly tendered to the consideration of the House of Commons, to whom those petitions are directed.; Ellwood, Thomas,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Painted Harlot Both Stript And Whipt : The liberty of an apostate conscience discovered : being a plain narrative of the controversie long depending between Francis Bugg, an officious agent in William Rogers's behalf and quarrel, on the one part, and Samuel Cater and George Smith, prisoners for the testimony of Jesus in Ely goal [sic] on the other part : with their answer to his Painted harlot, &c. ... / published for the information of all friends of truth, and others concerned, and for caution to all such agents as have promoted or spread the late books of Fr. Bugg and W. Rogers.; Cater, Samuel,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Quakerism Drooping : Judas's younger brother manifested: or, The false charge of Francis Bugg, the apostate, : with his sham-dialogue, discovered to be malice, in his preface to his, and B.L. Vicar of Banbury's late defaming book, entituled, Quakerism drooping. / By J.L.; Love, John,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Quakerism Exposd To Publick Censure : A modest defence of my book entituled, Quakerism expos'd : as also of my broad sheet : with a scheme of the Quakers yearly synod, and other books presented anno 1699 to the Parliament : and G. Whitehead's inside turn'd outward, by reprinting his ancient book Ishmael, &c. intirely, shewing thereby the Quakers ancient testimony of contempt of the Holy Scriptures and blasphemy against the blessed Trinity ... / by Francis Bugg.; Bugg, Francis,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Quakerism Withering : The counterfeit convert, a scandal to Christianity : and his unjustly opposing Quakerism to Christianity justly reprehended : and the true Christ, and Holy Scripures [sic] confessed by the Quakers : in opposition to two scandalous books falsly styled I. Quakerism withering, and Christianity reviving, II. Animadversions on G. Whitehead's book, Innocency triumphant.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Quakers Detected Their Errours Confuted And : Innocency against envy: in a brief examination of Francis Bugg's two invective pamphlets : against the people of God called Quakers· The one styled, The Quakers detected; the other, Battering rams against new-Rome. His backsliding and hypocritical temporizing detected, and the said people defended from his inveterate malice, notorious lies, defamations and gross abuses. By G.W. and S.C.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Some Reasons And C : George Whitehead's protestation against Francis Buss's persecution and abuse of the people call'd Quakers, his (quondum) beloved friends : occasioned by his late scandalous paper, stiled, Some reasons &c.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1724 Something In Answer To The Allegations Of Th : The Quaker vindication against Francis Bugg's calumnies in his scandalous pamphlet stiled, Something in answer to the allegations of the Quakers / (in their printed case presented to the House of Commons, December 1693) ... ; together with Francis Bugg's own vindication of the people called Quakers since he left them and turned to the Church of England.; Whitehead, George,
Bugg Francis 1640 1727 : An answer to Francis Bugg's presumptuous impeachment, : pretended on behalf of the Commons of England, against the Quakers yearly-meeting.; Vaughton, John,
Bugge Anna : Women's work and wages : a selection of papers from the 15th Arne Ryde Symposium on Economics of Gender and Family, in honor of Anna Bugge and Knut Wicksell / edited by Inga Persson and Christina Jonung.; Arne Ryde Symposium on "Economics of Gender and the Family"
Buggs Isabella 1681 : An heroick elegie upon the most lamentable death of the incomparable heroina, Madame Isabella Buggs : the much loved wife of Col. William Buggs, formerly widow to that worthy gentleman Henry Lloyd of Cheam, in com. Surrey, Esquire, and daughter to that honourable person Sir George Parkins of Bunny in com. Nottinghamshire, Knight.; H. I.