Society Of Friends Persecution Early Works To 1800 : The cruelty of some fighting priests published, : that people may no longer be deceived by them, nor count them ministers of the gospel of Christ, who in stead of turning their cheeks to the smiter, are themselves turned smiters and fighters, and smite with the fist of wickedness, and have beat, puncht & struck knockt down and puld by the hair of the head, & have set their hearers on to beat & knock down the people of God, whom they in scorn call Quakers, some for asking the priest a sober question in the old masse-house, others in the high-wayes.
Society Of Friends Political Activity Early Works To 1800 : To the present assembly, members of parliament at Westminster. : The considerations of a servant of the Lord, upon the present state of affairs, presented unto you for to read and consider, as informations unto you, concerning present proceedings in this nation.; Burrough, Edward,
Society Of Friends Political Activity Great Britain : Oh ye heads of the nation who are set in the supream authority thereof, and are at this time assembled in Parliament : hear ye the word of the Lord, as it came unto me the sixth day of the fifth moneth of this present year, concerning you / by Ambr. Rigg.; Rigge, Ambrose,
Society Of Friends Publishing Great Britain : Renewed advice to the respective monthly and quarterly meetings in England and Wales for preserving and spreading Friends books for truths service / from the Meeting of Sufferings in London.; Meeting of Sufferings in London.
Society Of Friends Relations Catholic Church : Some observations on the remarks upon the Quakers, or, The busie priest's envy detected and folly manifested : and his poor ability for his languishing-church proved ineffectual.; Field, John,
Society Of Friends Relations Church Of England : The cause of an innocent, upright-hearted people vindicated, who dare not offend against God's holy law, that's written in their hearts, which is holy, just and good, and not to be turned from : also, several reasons published, why they cannot joyn, nor conform unto, nor worship amongst the assemblies of the Church of England.; Greene, Thomas,
Society Of Friends Scotland 17th Century 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,
Society Of Friends Scotland Aberdeen : Some things of weighty concernment proposed in meekness and love by way of queries to the serious consideration of the inhabitants of Aberdeen : which also may be of use to such as are of the same mind with them, elce where in this nation, added by way of appendix to a book intituled Truth cleared of calumnies.; Barclay, Robert,
Society Of Friends Scotland History : A Short account of that faithful servant of the Lord, and diligent labourer in his vineyard, George Gray, who finished his testimony, and laid down the body at Achorthies, in his native country of Scotland, the 8th day of the 12th month, 1689/90 : whereunto are added two epistles written by himself in the time of his imprisonment for the truth at Aberdene.
Society Of Friends Social Problems : The cause and prevention of great calamities national and personal : demonstrated, and recommended to the consciences of all concerned; especially keepers of taverns, inns, and other houses of entertainment, to read and consider in the fear of the all-seeing God. / [by] G.W.; Whitehead, George,
Society Of Friends United States Early Works To 1800 : An epistle to friends : briefly commemorating the gracious dealings of the Lord with them, and warning them to beware of that spirit of contention and division which hath appeared of late in George Keith, and some few others that join with him, who have made a breach and separation from Friends in some parts of America / by Thomas Ellwood.; Ellwood, Thomas,
Society Of Friends United States History : A true account of the proceedings, sence and advice of the people called Quakers : at the Yearly Meeting of faithful Friends and bretheren begun in London on the 28th day of the 3d month, 1694, and held by adjournment unto the 11th of the month following, in order to put an end to the divisions and differences among some of the people called Quakers in America : to which is added, an account of the proceedings of the Yearly Meeting at Burlington, relating to the said differences, shewing the dis-harmony of the two said meetings : as also, Some queries to that party of the Yearly Meeting at London, who gave the aforesaid judgment.; Hannay, Robert.
Society Of Friends Wales : A testimony of truth against all the sowers of dissention, strife and discord, amongst the people of God, by what practice, or under what pretence soever : being intended principally for Wales, yet else-where to be disposed by Friends ...; Bayly, William,
Society Of Friends 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.
Society Of Friends War Victims Relief Fund : They chose the star : an account of the work in France of the Society of Friends War Victim Relief Fund from 1870-1875, during and after the Franco-Prussian War / by William K. Sessions.; Sessions, William K.
Society Of Starch Makers Of London : By the King : a proclamation for the well ordering the making of white starch within the realm, and for restraint of the importation thereof from forreign parts.; England and Wales.
Society Of Sword Men In Scotland : The fencing-master's advice to his scholar: or, A few directions for the more regular assaulting in schools : Published by way of dialogue, for the benefit of all who shall be so far advanced in the art, as to be fit for assaulting. By the author of The Scots fencing-master, and Sword-mans vade-mecum.; Hope, William,
Socinianism England 17th Century : Dissertio de pace, &c, or, A discourse touching the peace and concord of the Church : wherein First, is elegantly and accurately argued, that its not so much a bare error in opinion ... secondly, that the things necessary ... Lastly, that those who pass amongst us ...; Przypkowski, Samuel,
Socinianism England Early Works To 1800 : Tractatus de vera Christi deitate, adversus Arii & Socini haereses / authore Daniele Whitby, SS.T.D. ecclesiae Cathedralis Sarum praecentore. Imprimatur, Jonath. Edwards, Vice-Can. Oxon. Apr. 25. 1691.; Whitby, Daniel,