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.
Society Of Friends Ireland Early Works To 1800 : The great cry of oppression: or A brief relation of some part of the sufferings of the people of God in scorn called Quakers : in Ireland, for these eleven years, viz. from the beginning of 1671 until the end of 1681. Divided into two heads. The first shewing what we have suffered upon the account of tythes and priests maintenance, &c. The second sheweth what we have suffered for not swearing, for meeting together to worship God, for not paying to the building and repairing of the publick worship-houses, and for not observing holy days (so called) &c. With a testimony against taking and paving of tythes, proving out of the Holy Scriptures, and also from antient and modern writers, that tythes are no gospel maintenance, and also that swearing is no gospel ordinance.; Stockdale, William,
Society Of Friends Jamaica : Hidden things brought to light, or, The discord of the grand Quakers among themselves : discovered in some letters, papers and passages written to and from George Fox, James Nayler, and John Perrott : wherein may be seen the cause and ground of their differences and falling out and what manner of spirit moved and acted each of them.; Fox, George,
Society Of Friends Keithian Controversy : A Sober dialogue between a country Friend, a London Friend, and one of G.K.'s Friends : concerning the great difference of faith and doctrin betwixt many of the Quakers, especially their principal teachers and him.
Society Of Friends Language 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 & thou, in its place, is the proper language to any single person whatsoever. : Proved by several examples, that are herein laid down by plain Scripture, for the convincing, and stopping the mouths of gain-sayers: many more examples might have been laid down, but what is here mentioned, and proved by Scriptures are sufficient for the same.; R. F.
Society Of Friends London Yearly Meeting 1695 : Gross error and hypocrisie detected in George Whitehead and some of his brethern : as doth appear from the disingenuous and hypocritical answer he and some others have given to some queries sent to the last Yearly Meeting of the people call'd Quakers, in the third month, 1695, by comparing the said answer with the printed books of the said George Whitehead, William Pemn, and John Whitehead, leading men in the said Meeting, wherein the great inconistency and contradiction of their present late answer to the express words and sentiments of their printed books is discovered : with a further account of their vile and pernicious errours / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Society Of Friends 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,
Society Of Friends Marriage Customs And Rites Early Works To 1800 : A copy of a marrige-certificate of the people called Quakers. : Importing the method used among them: / Humbly presented to the members of Parliament, to manifest the said peoples Christian care, and righteous proceedings, not admitting clandestine or unwarrantable marriages amongst them. And therefore they humbly request that their marriages may not be rendered clandestine or illegal, not they or their children exposed to suffering on that account.
Society Of Friends Marriage Services Early Works To 1800 : A copy of a marrige-certificate of the people called Quakers. : Importing the method used among them: / Humbly presented to the members of Parliament, to manifest the said peoples Christian care, and righteous proceedings, not admitting clandestine or unwarrantable marriages amongst them. And therefore they humbly request that their marriages may not be rendered clandestine or illegal, not they or their children exposed to suffering on that account.
Society Of Friends Maryland : A brief answer to two papers procured from Friends in Maryland : the one concerning Thomas Budds favouring John Lynam &c., the other concerning his owning George Keith's principles and doctrines.; Budd, Thomas,
Society Of Friends Massachusetts Boston : The standard of the Lord lifted up in New-England, in opposition to the man of sin, or, The trumpet of the Lord sounding there with a visitation to the suffering seed of God in New-England or elsewhere : with a warning from the Lord to the rulers and magistrates, priests, and people of New-England, but more especially to the rulers and magistrates of the bloody town of Boston, who have put the servants of the living God to death / written (in the prison at Boston in New-England in America) by ... Joseph Nicholson.; Nicholson, Joseph,
Society Of Friends Massachusetts Boston Early Works To 1800 : The standard of the Lord lifted up in New-England, in opposition to the man of sin: or, The trumpet of the Lord sounding there, with a visitation to the suffering seed of God in New-England, or elsewhere. : With a warning from the Lord, to the rulers and magistrates, priests and people of New-England; but more especially to the rulers and magistrates of the bloody town of Boston, who have put the servants of the living God to death.Written (in the prison at Boston in New-England, in America,) / by a friend of Israels commonwealth, known to the world by name, Joseph Nicholson.; Nicholson, Joseph,
Society Of Friends Massachusetts Controversial Literature : Little flocks guarded against grievous wolves. : an address unto those parts of New-England which are most exposed unto assaults, from the modern teachers of the misled Quakers. In a letter, which impartially discovers the manifold haeresies and blasphemies, and the strong delusions of even the most refined Quakerism: and thereupon demonstrates the truth of those principles and assertions, which are most opposite thereunto. Withjust reflections upon the extream ignorance and wickedness; of George Keith; who is the seducer that now most ravines upon the churches in this wilderness / written by Cotton Mather.; Mather, Cotton,
Society Of Friends Massachusetts Early Works To 1800 : An examination of the grounds or causes, which are said to induce the court of Boston in New-England to make that order or law of banishment upon pain of death against the Quakers; : as also of the grounds and considerations by them produced to manifest the warrantableness and justness both of their making and executing the same, which they now stand deeply engaged to defend, having already thereupon put two of them to death. As also of some further grounds for justifying of the same, in an appendix to John Norton's book ... whereto he is said to be appointed by the General Court. And likewise of the arguments briefly hinted in that which is called, A true relation of the proceedings against the Quakers, &c. Whereunto somewhat is added about the authority and government which Christ excluded out of his Church ... / By Isaac Penington, the younger.; Penington, Isaac,
Society Of Friends Ministry Of Women : The woman-preacher of Samaria : a better preacher, and more sufficiently qualified to preach than any of the men-preachers of the man-made-ministry in these three nations / by George Keith.; Keith, George,
Society Of Friends Missions : An epistle to all planters : and such who are transporting themselves into foreign plantations in America &c.; Fox, George,
Society Of Friends Missions France Early Works To 1800 : A visitation & vvarning proclamed and an alarm sounded in the Popes borders, in the name and authority of the Lord Almighty, and the Lamb. : 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 the 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 Netherlands History 17th Century : The Rotterdam Quakers excommunication and damning of George Joyce : who was formerly known by the stile of Cornet Joyce : notorious for his carrying away of King Charles the First from Holmby House to the Isle of Wight / faithfully translated out of Dutch into English.