Claxton Laurence 1615 1667 Quakers Downfal : The lying prophet discovered and reproved : in an answer to several particulars in a book called The Quakers downfal, said to be written by Lawrence Claxton ... : with several of his damnable doctrines ... : also twelve particulars which he and his companion Lodowick Muggleton uttered ... / given forth ... by a Friend of truth, John Harwood.; Harwood, John.
Claxton Laurence 1615 1667 Single Eye : Die Veneris, 27 Septembr. 1650. : Upon report from the Committee for Suppressing Licentious and Impious Practices under Pretence of Religion, Liberty, &c. ...; England and Wales.
Claxton Laurence 1615 1667 Single Eye All Light No Darkness : Die Veneris, 27 Septembr. 1650. Upon report from the committee for suppressing licentious and impious practices, under pretence of religion, liberty, &c. The confession of Laurence Clarkson, touching the making and publishing of the impious and blasphemous book, called, The single eye, and also Mr. Rainborow's carriages. ...; England and Wales.
Clayton John Sir Active 1677 : At the court at Whitehall, the seventeenth day of January, 1676/7 : by the Kings most excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties Most Honourable Privy-Council. Whereas upon the humble petition of Sir John Clayton knight, setting forth, that by vertue of His Majesties letters patents he had erected at above two thousand pounds charge, several light-houses upon the northern coasts, for the benefit of navigation.
Clayton Richard Of Suffolk : The path of the just cleared; and cruelty and tyranny laid open. Or a few words to you priests, and magistrates of this nation, : (who say we deny the Scriptures, and that we are antichrists and deceivers, and that we deny the word of God,) wherein your oppression and tyranny is laid open, which by you is unjustly acted against the servants of the living God, who by the world which hate the light of Christ, are in derision called Quakers. ... Also the ground and cause of the imprisonment of George Whitehead and John Harwood, who are sufferers for the innocent truths sake, in the goal of Bury in Suffolk. Also a copy of a paper, which a servant of the Lord called Richard Clayton, was moved to set upon a steeple-house door at Bury in Suffolk, for which he was caused to be whipped by one Thomas Waldergrave, justice of the peace in the said county. / From the spirit of the living God in me, whose name in the flesh in George Whitehead, who for Sions sake cannot hold my peace, but testifie against her oppressors: who am a sufferer as aforesaid, the 4. day of the 7. month. 1655. Also, a paper against the sin of idleness, which we declare against, and live out of; and are diligent serving the Lord, though that sin be cast upon us, yet it we deny, with all other sins and ungodliness, which is contrary to the Gospel of Christ.; Whitehead, George,