Quakers Persecutions Barbados Early Works To 1800 : The voice of truth, uttered forth against the unreasonablenes, rudenes, and deboistnes of the rulers, teachers and people of the island Barbados. / Through one, who hath suffered by them, for the testimony of a good conscience, and the word of God, known by the name of Thomas Clark.; Clark, Thomas.
Quakers Persecutions England 17th Century : To all rulers, magistrates, priests, and people, who profess the Scriptures to be their rule throughout the nation of England, : but more particularly to the magistrates, priests and people of this county of Sussex, who have had any hand in oppressing and persecuting of them who God hath sent as strangers amongst them ... / From us who are present sufferers under the cruelty of men in the county gaol of Horsham, whose names are Ambrose Rigge Ambrose Galloway ][ Richard VVebb. James Matthew.
Quakers Persecutions England Arundel Early Works To 1800 : A true relation of the persecutions of the people of God called Quakers : in the town of Aroundel in the county of Sussex, and concerning the breaking up their meeting, and committing them to prison and laying in fetters of iron. With an account of the reasons of Nicholas Rickmans and Edward Hampers going to the steeple house at Aroundel upon their fast day. And also an answer to a letter, sent up by the persecutors to a member of this present Parliament, who in it have a pretence to cover all the said persecutions, directed to their representative, to the Parliament, for them to give sentence. Now here is their actions as follows, for them and all that fear God to give sentence. An account in brief of the several wicked proceedings of several that have been in authority in the town of Aroundel for these four years last past, whereby the envy of them against the innocent may appear and is as followeth.
Quakers Persecutions England Bristol Early Works To 1800 : A Farther account from several letters of the continuation of the cruel persecution of the people called Quakers in Bristol, without regard to age or sex. : With copies of several warrants, by which some of them were committed..
Quakers Persecutions England Newark : Cains off-spring demonstrated, : as by their works they are discovered in a bitter persecution against the Lords people at Newark Upon Trent, in the county of Nottingham: being here truly related as it was suffered and executed at two several meetings. / Published for the truths sake, by those whom the proud in heart calls Quakers.
Quakers Persecutions England Sources : To all you ministers, church-wardens [and] other inferiour officers of the Church of England, : some queries are sen answer, who are forcing people to come to your worship, and taking away their goods because they cannot be of your church.; Coale, Joseph,
Quakers Persecutions Malta : This is a short relation of some of the cruel sufferings (for the truths sake) of Katharine Evans & Sarah Chevers in the inquisition of the isle of Malta : who have suffered there above three years by the Pope's authority, there to be deteined until they dye : which relation of their sufferings is come form their own hands and mouths as doth appear in the following treatise ...; Evans, Katharine,
Quakers Persecutions New England Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the sad and great persecution and martyrdom of the people of God, called Quakers, in New--England for the worshipping of God. : Wherof 22 have been banished upon pain of death. 03 have been martyred. 03 have had their right-ears cut. 01 hath been burned in the hand with the letter H. 31 persons have received 650 stripes. 01 was beat while his body was like a jelly. Several were beat with pitched ropes. Five appeals made by them to England, were denied by the rulers of Boston. One thousand forty four pounds worth of goods hath been taken from them (being poor men) for meeting together in the fear of the Lord, and for keeping the commands of Christ. One now lyeth in iron-fetters, condemned to dye. Also, some considerations, presented to the King, which is in answer to a petition and address, which was presented unto him by the general court at Boston : subscribed by J. Endicot, the chief persecutor there; thinking thereby to cover themselves from the blood of the innocent.; Burrough, Edward,
Quakers Persecutions Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Some queries touching excommunication : published by the people of God, (termed in derision Quakers) to be considered by all the bishops and synods of this nation, or any others that may be concerned in such proceedings against them. But most especially, by the present bishop and synod of Aberdeen.; Cowie, John,
Quakers Proved Deceivers : The Quakers no deceivers, or, The management of an unjust charge against them confuted. : Being a brief return to a pamphlet, intituled, The Quakers proved deceivers ... by John Horne ... / by one who is counted a deceiver, yet true, George Whitehead.; Whitehead, George,
Quakers Social Life And Customs Early Works To 1800 : The pure language of the spirit of truth, set forth for the confounding false languages, acted out of pride, ambition, and deceit. Or, thee and thou, in its place is the proper language to any single person whatsoever. : Proved by several examples, that is herein laid down by plain Scripture, for the convinceing, and stopping the mouths of gainsayers: many more examples might have been laid down, but what is herein mentioned and proved by Scriptures are sufficient for the same.; R. F.
Quakers Taxation England 17th Century : The suffering case and complaint of some of the people called Quakers: : concerning some undue execution of the late Poll Acts, by distraining the goods of certain persons as preachers or ministers for twenty shillings quarterly, who have no contributions for preaching. With some reasons against such execution. Humbly presented to the members of Parliament, requesting prevention of the like suffering for the future.
Quakers Theology Early Works To 1800 : A declaration of the witnes [sic] of God, : manifested in the inward parts. / Written by William Ames = Een declaratie van de Getuyge Gods, : in's Menschen in wendige Deelen. / In't Engelt geschtéven door Willem Ames ...; Ames, William,
Quakers United States Early Works To 1800 : A collection of memorials concerning divers deceased ministers and others of the people called Quakers, in Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, and parts adjacent, from nearly the first settlement, to the year 1787 : with some of the last expressions and exhortations of many of them.
Quakers Unmasked : Some reflections on some remarks upon a book, entituled Christ's lambs defended from Satan's rage; / written in answer to a malicious book stiled The Quakers unmask'd.; Whitehead, George,
Quakers Vindication Against Francis Buggs Calumnies : A few positions of the sincere belief and Christian doctrine of the people of God called Quakers (to obviate misrepresentations and calumnies about the same.) : Being inserted as an appendix to a book, entitled, A sober expostulation with some of the clergy, &c.; Whitehead, George,
Quakers Virginia Early Works To 1800 : A Testimony concerning our dear & well-beloved friend and brother in the truth, William Coale : who departed this life the 30th of the 8th moneth, in the year 1678.
Quakers Wales History 17th Century : An account of the convincement, exercises, services, and travels, of that ancient servant of the Lord, Richard Davies : comprising some information relative to the spreading of the Truth in North Wales.; Davies, Richard,
Quakers Wales History Sources : "The first publishers of truth" : being early records (now first printed) of the introduction of Quakerism into the counties of England and Wales / edited by Norman Penney.
Quakers West U S : The life and adventures of a Quaker among the Indians.; Battey, Thomas C.
Quakers Wisdom Not From Above : 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,