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.
Society Of Friends England Persecutions : To all the Friends to truth in the nations. : Dear Friends, I am commanded of the Lord God to lay a few things before you, charging you in his fear and dread to waigh [sic] and consider them.; Swinton, John,
Society Of Friends England Persecutions Early Works To 1800 : To the mayor and aldermen, : with all others in authority, both in the civil and millitary affaires in and about the city of London, together with all other sorts of people of what condition soever, high and low, rich and poor, professors and prophane, who reside in and about the said city; : listen and give good eare to what is here declared unto you by a servant of the Lord.; Parker, Alexander,
Society Of Friends England Sermons Early Works To 1800 : A certaine warning from a naked heart before the Lord, : to the earthly, wise, great, and honourable men, and inhabitants of the earth, and to all among them, without respect of persons, that know not the rocke of ages, ... With a quick loud thundring alarum, sounded in the holy mountaine, of the Lords house of holinesse that the inhabitants and great men of the earth might be awakened, ... Given forth from the hand of a friend to the whole creation, ... arising to smite the earth with the rod of his mouth. / Daniel Baker.; D. B.
Society Of Friends England Shalford Essex England Controversial Literature : Stablishing against shaking: or, A discovery of the Prince of Darknesse (scarcely) transformed into an angel of light, powerfully now working in the deluded people called, Quakers: : with a sober answer to their railings against ministers for receiving maintenance from their people. Being the substance of one sermon preached Feb. 17. 1655. at Shalford in Essex. / By Giles Firmin (pastour of the church there) upon occasion of the Quakers troubling those parts.; Firmin, Giles,
Society Of Friends England Sources : The ancient testimony and principle of the people called Quakers renewed with respect to the king and government, and touching the present association.; London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)
Society Of Friends England Westchester : Caines bloudy race known by their fruits, or, A true declaration of the innocent sufferings of the servants of the living God, by the magistrates, priests and people in the city of Westchester, who lives in a profession of God, Christ, and the Scriptures, as their forefathers did, who slew the prophets, persecuted Christ and the apostles, as is declared in the scriptures of truth, &c.; Hutchins, Anthony.
Society Of Friends England Worcester : A cry against oppression & cruelty : being a short account of the tryal, and of the sentence that was passed on several innocent people called Quakers, who are inhabitants of the city of Worcester, at the assizes holden there the 16, 17 and 18th days of the 5th month called July, who were imprisoned because they refused to swear in obedience to the commandment of Christ Jesus, &c, and for assembling themselves together peaceably in the name and fear of the Lord, to worship him in spirit and truth, according to his will.; Bourne, Edward,
Society Of Friends Epistles 17th Century : A loving salutation with several seasonable exhortations : contained in two general epistles sent unto all the saints and persecuted people of God in the houshold [sic] of faith to be red [sic] among them before they be banished as bond-men and bond-women out of the land of their nativity for their religion and righteousness sake.; R. F.
Society Of Friends Europe : Patterns and examples : Quaker attitudes and European opportunities / by Geoffrey Hubbard.; Hubbard, Geoffrey.
Society Of Friends Europe History : Strange and wonderful news from Italy, or, A true amd impartial relation of the travels, adventures, and martyrdome of four eminent Quakers of York-shire : who in the year 1672 travelled through France, Italy, and Turkey to propagate their religion : wherein is fully and faithfully declared the deigns, endeavours, and attempts of these zealous Quakers for the conversion of the Turk and Pope : with a summary account of the event and success of the business and of all the most remarkable occurrents : as also a faithful narrative of their private discourses, conferences, and disputes which passed between these Quakers and the Pope, the Cardinal Nephew, and Cardinal Barbarini : also of their voyage to Constantinople and of their most barbarous, cruel, and bloody death by the special command of the Mufti and the Vizier Bassa / faithfully and compendiously related by Elias Wilson.; Wilson, Elias.
Society Of Friends Great Britain Apologetic Works : Liberty of conscience pleaded by several weighty reasons on the behalf of the people of God called Quakers : and also, on the behalf of others whose consciences are tender towards God : with a tender message of love unto the King / written by William Smith.; Smith, William,
Society Of Friends Great Britain History 17th Century Sources : The constancy of the people called Quakers. : In their testimony against popery, sincerely asserted, in opposition to a perverss [sic] lybel, falsly stiled, A looking-Glass for the Quakers, (in two collumns) sallaciously mis-representing them: / Humbly offered to publick and impartial view.