Society Of Friends Bermuda Islands Early Works To 1800 : A Bermudas preacher proved a persecutor : being a just tryal of Sampson Bond's book, entituled, A publick tryal of the Quakers, &c. : Fraught with fallacies, false doctrine, slanders, railings, aspersions, perversions, and other abuses herein detected, disproved and wiped off. : And that the True Christ is owned by the people called Quakers, plainly made manifest.; Estlake, Francis.
Society Of Friends Biography Early Works To 1800 : A testimony concerning the life, death, trials, travels and labours of Edward Burroughs : that worthy prophet of the Lord who dyed a prisoner for the testimony of Jesus, and the Word of God, in the city of London, the 14th of the 12th month, 1662. F. H.; Howgill, Francis,
Society Of Friends Clergy Biography Early Works To 1800 : The memory of that servant of God, John Story, revived, : shewing, what manner of man he was from his youth to his grave, by the testimonies of several friends, to whom he was well known, and by whom (for his work sake in the truth) he was greatly beloved. To which is adjoyned something written by him, &c. in his latter years, wherein his judgement is shewn concerning some particular things; and his great desires for love, unity, concord and peace in the Church of Christ.; Wilkinson, John,
Society Of Friends Colonization : An epistle to all planters : and such who are transporting themselves into foreign plantations in America &c.; Fox, George,
Society Of Friends Controversial Literature Early Owrks To 1800 : Some reasons humbly proposed to the Lords spiritual and temporal, and Commons assembled in Parliament, why the Quakers principles and practices should be examined, and censured or suppressed. : As also, some reason why I thus proceed.; Bugg, Francis,
Society Of Friends Correspondence : An epistle to all professors in New-England, Germany, and other parts of the called Christian vvorld : also to the Jews and Turks throughout the world, that they may see who are the true worshippers of God, that He seeks, and in what He is worshipped ... / George Fox.; Fox, George,
Society Of Friends Customs And Practices Early Works To 1800 : Something offered to the consideration of friends, : with respect to the present difference about some things brought into the church of late, as for instance, the limit of a years time in the case of marriage, where the husband or wife is buried; as also that order that all persons that intend marriage, shall lay their intention before a womans meeting, distinct and apart from the men, &c. which we forbear further to set forth, or particularly to speak to, at this time, because we would not make the breach wider than it must needs be, so shall content our selves in offering something in general, at present.; Hogg, John,
Society Of Friends Discipline Early Works To 1800 : A brief exhortation to all who profess the truth : to come clear out of Babylon, and not to joyn with any hurtful or unseemly practice, nor make marriages with unbelieuers, but be a seperate people from every unclean thing, thus god may receive you.; Willsford, John.
Society Of Friends Doctrine : Truths defence; : truth: sepperating it selfe, from it's abuses, and its abusers ... Also, here is a swift and close pursuite, after severall dangerous, infectious and running errors, which by Robert Child priest, hath lately been sowen & spread abroad ... wch [sic] errors, are answered by R.T. ... Also, a true information of the evil, and error of one Humphrey Whittingh priest &c.; with a few words to the heads, & rulers of the nation of Ireland; and of the Colledge of Dublin ...; Turner, Robert.
Society Of Friends Doctrines 17th Century : The case of James Haviland, of the Isle of Purbeck, in the county of Dorset, presented to the view of every impartial reader; : but more particularly to the inhabitants of the isle and county aforesaid.
Society Of Friends Doctrines Controversial Literature Early Works To 18 : The Quakers creed : containing twelve articles of their antichristian doctrine, for which many have denyed them. Publish'd by some, who have joyned with Mr. George Keith, in the City of London, and did formerly meet with him at Turners-Hall, and in divers parts of the country, as Huntington, Reading, Bedford, and Colchester.; Keith, George,
Society Of Friends England Apologetic Works 17th Century : Some particulars on the truths behalfe in love to the inhabitants of Newcastle, : which may concern many other parts of this nation. This is given forth in answer to a false alarum sounded forth by a blind watch-man named Samuel Hammond, a chiefe priest of Newcastle ... but his spirit is tryed, and seen to be a false spirit ... who in stead of warning people against their enemies; hath warned them against the truth, and such as be in it. / For the clearing of whom, this was given forth by George VVhithead.; Whitehead, George,
Society Of Friends England Biography : The faithfulnesse of the upright made manifest : being a testimony concerning the life, death, and sufferings of a pretious servant of the Lords called Humphrey Smith, who died a prisoner for witnessing unto the living truth in Winchester common goal, on the 4th day in the 3 month in the year 1663.; Complin, Nicholas.
Society Of Friends England Bristol Controversial Literature : Bristol Quakerism exposed : shewing the fallacy, perversion, ignorance, and error of Benjamin Cool, the Quakers chief preacher at Bristol, and of his followers and abettors there, discovered in his and their late book falsely called Sophistry detected, or, An answer to George Keith's Synopsis : wherein also both his deisme and inconsistency with himself and his brethren, with respect to the peculiar principles of Christianity, are plainly demonstrated / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Society Of Friends England Bristol History : A Relation of the inhumane and barbarous suffering of the people called Quakers : in the city of Bristoll during the mayoralty of John Knight, commonly called Sir John Knight commencing from the 29 of the 7 month 1663 to the 29 day of the same month, 1664 / impartially observed by a private hand, and now communicated for publick information by the said people.; Reinking, William,