Quakers England Reading : Hidden things revealed and brought to light: or, Plain and honest dealing with Will. Lamboll & John Buy, of Reading in the county of Berks, : in some material queries proposed to them to be answered, &c. With the rest of those that were instrumental (in too large a degree) of the former or first separation wrought among Friends here in this town, and who are found still as instrumental for the upholding and continuance of the same, by their not returning with other Friends to the ancient publick meeting-house, the doors thereof having been opened ever since the 10th of the 9th month, 1693. which is now about 9 months since, for all Friends to meet together therein, as a peaceable Christian society ought to do, in the true love, fear and worship of almighty God, that so there might be no longer two divided publick meetings held and kept up in this town, both to the great reproach of truth, and stumbling of many of the tender inquiries after it.; Bonifield, Abraham,
Quakers England Somerset Early Works To 1800 : A true testimony of faithfull vvitnesses recorded; and set in opposition to the false records and unrighteous proceedings of the men of this generation. : Wherein the wicked designs and cruel practises of several of the rulers, priests and people of the county of Sommerset against the innocent, are plainly discovered, and witnessed against. By those who are numbred amongst transgressors, persecuted imprisoned and reproachfully called Quakers. Also, a few words to magistrates, priests and people, to each of them particularly, that they may take warning in this the day of their visitation. Published for the truths defence and vindication, by a follower of the Lamb in the war against the Beast and false prophet, Robert Wastfeild.; Wastfield, Robert,
Quakers England Thornton Le Dale History : The Priestmans of Thornton-le-Dale and some of their descendants, their religious labours and creaturely activities, intermixed with extracts from the earliest records of the monthly meetings of the people call'd Quakers.; Priestman, S.H.
Quakers England Travel Early Works To 1800 : A true and strange relation of the travels, adventures, and great persecution of four eminent Quakers of Glocestershire : who in the year 1673 travelled through France, Italy and Turkey, to promote their religion. : Wherein is fully and faithfully declared the designs, endeavours and attempts of these zealous Quakers, for the conversion of the great Turk and the pope ... : also of their voyage to Constantinople, and of their most barbarous cruel and bloody death ... / faithfully and compendiously related by John Elias ...; Elias, John.
Quakers England Worcester : For the inhabitants of Worcester to view and consider well of, especially they of Nicholas-Parish. : The case of us, viz. Edward Bourne, John Knight, Joseph Allibon and Richard Hill, of Nicholas-Parish in the city of Worcester.; Bourne, Edward,
Quakers England York : A Testimony from the people of God call'd Quakers, against false reports : at our monthly meeting in York, the sixth day of the second month call'd Aprill, 1694.
Quakers Europe : Patterns and examples : Quaker attitudes and European opportunities / by Geoffrey Hubbard.; Hubbard, Geoffrey.
Quakers Folly Made Manifest To All Men : The voice of wisdome, uttered forth against antichrists folly and deceits, and the freeness of Gods love to the creature, and the effects of his righteousnesse in his people truly discovered. : ... and this is in answer to a book, falsly titled The Quakers folly made manifest to all men. Given forth by Tho. Danson, a priest at Sandwich in Kent ... / By a friend to them that regard true instruction, and a witness of Christs righteousnesse, George Whitehead.; Whitehead, George,
Quakers Folly Made Manifest To All Men Or A True Relation Of What Passed In : The devils bow unstringed, or, Some of Thomas Dansons lyes made manifest, : : which he hath printed and put to publick view in two pamphlets, the one intituled, The Quakers folly made manifest. And the other, The Quakers wisdom not from above. : And in the first page of his narrative he calleth them undoubted truths, but the wise in heart will not so take them, but will consider better of them, for the wise mans eye is in his head. / By Luke Howard.; Howard, Luke,
Quakers Germany Biography : With thine adversary in the way : a Quaker witness for reconciliation / by Margarethe Lachmund ; translated by Florence L. Kite.; Lachmund, Margarethe.
Quakers Great Britain : Honest, plain, down-right-dealing with the people called episcopal-men, & Presbyterians : in this seasonable advice given unto them, and their teachers.; Fox, George,
Quakers History Early Works To 1800 : A brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers : in which their fundamental principle, doctrines, worship, ministry and discipline are plainly declared, to prevent the mistakes and perversions that ignorance and prejudice may make to abuse the credulous. With a summary relation of the former dispensations of God in the world, by way of introduction. By W. Penn.; Penn, William,
Quakers Humour : Laughter in Quaker grey / collected by William H. Sessions.
Quakers Hypocrise Unmasked : The Ungrateful alms-man rebuked and the Quakers sincerity & charity opposing hypocrisie and cruelty : in answer to an abusive pamphlet, stiled, The Quaker's hypocrise unmasked ... / by certain women ... on whom he hath rewarded evil for their good.
Quakers Ireland : My ancestors were Quakers : how can I find out more about them? / by Edward H. Milligan, Malcolm J. Thomas.; Milligan, Edward H.
Quakers Ireland History : Friends in life and death : the British and Irish Quakers in the demographic transition, 1650-1900 / Richard T. Vann and David Eversley.; Vann, Richard T.
Quakers Ireland History Early Works To 1800 : An epistle to the monthly, and quarterly meetings of Friends, in England and Wales, : relating to our Friends and brethren, sufferers by reason of the late warrs in Ireland. London, the fifth day of the sixth month, 1692.