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,
Society Of Friends England Doctrines Miscellanea : Some questions and answers shewing man his duty, : and pointing him to the principle of God in his heart ... : As also, some questions and answers concerning the seed of Jacob, and the true church. / By Isaac Pennington.; Penington, Isaac,
Society Of Friends England Dorset Early Works To 1800 : The lamentable sufferings of the church of God in Dorset-shire. : And the persecution there; whipping sufficient men of their own county as vagabonds, and how bruitish they behave themselves and unmanly, dishonouring their magistracy, and shaming their ministery; how they have stocked, imprisoned, whipped, and sent away with passes the servants of the Lord God, and what havock they have made of the Church of God; acting without the fear of God, and as men regarding neither God nor man, and as though they had never heard talk of God, Christ, prophets nor apostles, nor scriptures, as though they never had read their examples of such as turned against the just, and were the persecutors; but the wickedness of the wicked shal slay themselves, and the Lord is the reward of the just, and the protector of the innocent, and carries his lambs in his armes, and rebukes the adversaries, yea kings, for the annointed-elects sake; therefore let your doings and violence be so no more, least the Lord make you examples.; Curtis, Samuel,
Society Of Friends England Gateshead : A historical sketch of the Society of Friends "in scorn called Quakers" in Newcastle and Gateshead, 1653-1898 / by John William Steel ; with contributions from other Friends.; Steel, John William.
Society Of Friends England Hertford : A true, short, impartial relation, containing the substance of the proceedings at the assize held the 12th and 13th day of the moneth called August, 1664, at the town of Hertford (Orlando Bridgman being judge) : chiefly with and against nine prisoners called Quakers : as it was then noted and observed first in short-writing, and now made publick, partly to prevent various reports, and partly to inform people of the illegal proceedings of the said court against the prisoners aforesaid, eight of which were sentenced to be transported beyond the seas, there to remain for seven years / W.S.; Smith, William,
Society Of Friends England History 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.
Society Of Friends England Huntingtonshire Early Works To 1800 : A brief account of the illegal proceedings and sinful doctrines of James Bedford priest of Blunsome and Earith in Huntington shire, : who by many hath been esteemed eminent, and above all the priests in the Isle of Ely for his opposing the people called Quakers. This is to discover his fruits and doctrines both to rulers, priests and people ... so mark the following account, which is as it was certified from the hands of some of the sufferers hereafter mentioned, who are known to be credible and honest men.; Whitehead, George,
Society Of Friends England Leicester History : The late barbarous and inhumane cruelties inflicted upon certain persons called Quakers for their peaceable religious meetings, in the county of Leicester, by the instigation of Thomas Cotten, priest, and divers officers of the parish of Broughton, and his man being present when some of these wretched abuses were transacted : intimated in a letter from the sufferers themselves.
Society Of Friends England London Apologetic Works : One cry more of the innocent and oppressed for justice : being a fourth relation of the unjust proceedings of the magistrates in and about the city of London with and against XVII (of the people of God) called Quakers at the IV several sessions hereafter named, where they received the unjust sentence of transportation.
Society Of Friends England Maidstone Early Works To 1800 : A true declaration of the bloody proceedings of the men in Maidstone in the county of Kent: who write themselves, John Allen, mayor, Lambert Godfrey, recorder, John Chantler, constable, against John Stubs, William Caton, who by the scornful generation of men are called Quakers.; Stubbs, John,
Society Of Friends England Missions France : A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the popes borders ... : being the account of a journey to Dunkirk, and the proceedings there among the Jesuites, and friars and papists, with some particular quæries, and also some propositions sent unto them : which may be satisfaction to many who may behold the difference in part between th papists and the people of God, and between the idolaters and the true worshippers / by one that travells in the labour of the Gospel of Christ for the elect seeds sake, Edw. Burrough.; Burrough, Edward,
Society Of Friends England Newcastle : A historical sketch of the Society of Friends "in scorn called Quakers" in Newcastle and Gateshead, 1653-1898 / by John William Steel ; with contributions from other Friends.; Steel, John William.
Society Of Friends England Northampton Early Works To 1800 : A True testimony of what was done concerning the servants of the Lord, at the generall assizes, holden at Northampton the one and twentieth day of the fifth month 1655. : Where Edward Atkins sate judge of life and death, before whom was brought VVilliam Dewsberry, Ioseph Storr, Henry VVilliamson, Iohn VVhitehead, Marmaduke Storr, Thomas Cocket and Francis Ellington, ... and as neare as remembred, the substance of what the judge ... did express to the servants of the Lord, ... and though the judge could not gainsay the truth declared by them, nor read them a law that they had transgressed, yet were they not suffered to have the benefit of the law that murtherers and felons had, ... With a true discovery of the persecution of Iohn Huchin, Michael Petteson, and Thomas Goodayre, who is imprisoned in Northampton, for the truths sake, wherein the great enmity that is in Thomas Andrews, priest of Wellinborrow, and Thomas Pentlow, of Wilby called justice, and also of the magistrates of Northampton is made manifest. Also, the VVord of the Lord to the rulers and judges, and all that plot againt the righteous seed, the world in scorn calls quakers.