Pool William 1657 : A Sad caveat to all Quakers. : Not to boast any more that they have God Almighty by the hand, when they have the devil by the toe. Containing a true narration of one William Pool an apprentice, & a known Quaker neer Worcester, who on Friday, in last Febr. the 20. boasting that he had that day Christ by the hand, and must according to appointment go to him again, did on that evening by the temptation and impulsion of the devil drown himself in the river. Together with the judgement of the coroner and jury, who found him guilty of self-murder. As also the most barbarous usage of some Quakers who digged him out of his grave. And the most unparaleled presumption of one Mrs. Susan Peirson, who undertook to raise him again to life, with the whole manner of it, and the words that at that time she uttered; the like whereof never heard in Christendome.
Poole Dorset England Biography : Mansions and merchants of Poole and Dorset / by Derek Beamish, John Hillier, H.F.V. Johnstone ; designed by Graham Smith.; Beamish, David.
Poole Dorset England History : A True relation of a plot to betray the towne of Poole in the county of Dorset : and likewise how many of the conspirators themselves were entrapped and cut off : and more particularly of the narrow escape of the Lord Craford : as it was presented to the House of Commons 29 September 1643.
Poole Dorset England History Early Works To 1800 : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; : for and concerning one tenth part more of customes and subsidies, to be paid according to this ordinance; for the defence of the towns and ports of Plymouth, the isle of St. Nicholas, the towns of Poole, and Lyme, and places neer adjacent. Ordered by the Commons in Parliament, that this Ordinance be forthwith printed and published: H: Elsynge, Cler. Parl. D. Com.; England and Wales.
Poole Dorset History Early Works To 1800 : A True relation of a plot to betray the towne of Poole in the county of Dorset. And likewise how many of the conspirators themselves were entrapped and cut off. And more particularly of the narrow escape of the Lord Craford. As it was presented to the House of Commons 29 September 1643.
Poole Lady : Whereas the Lady Wentworth gives out ... that she is ready and willing to ... go to a tryal at law, with the Lady Poole her sister, and the Countess of Newbrough, for and concerning a debt of 6000 l. due and owing to them ...
Poole Matthew 1624 1679 Quo Warranto : A vindication of The preacher sent, or A vvarrant for publick preaching without ordination. : Wherein is further discovered. 1. That some gifted men unordained, are Gospel preachers. 2. That officers sustain not a relation (as officers) to the universal Church; and other weighty questions concerning election and ordination, are opened and cleared. In answer to two books. 1. Vindiciæ ministrij evangelici revindicatæ or the Preacher (pretendly) sent, sent back again. By Dr. Colling of Norwich. 2. Quo warranto, or a moderate enquiry into the warrantableness of the preaching of gifted and unordained persons. By Mr. Pool, at the desire and appointment of the Provincial Assembly of London. With a reply to the exceptions of Mr. Hudson and Dr. Collings against the epistle to the preacher sent. / Published by Frederick Woodal, minister of the Gospel at Woodbridge in Suffolk. Samuel Petto minister of the GospeI [sic] at Sandcraft in Suffolk.; Woodall, Frederick,