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Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
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    E-RESOURCE 1698

An abstract of a large printed paper, from Pensilvania, intituled, A brief admonition to the elders and ministers of the people called Quakers..

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London, : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1698
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    E-RESOURCE 1680

A bright shining light : discovering the pretenders to it. Recommended to the people called Quakers. Published for throwing down of idols, and all idolatrous worship, in and amongst that people, or in any other whatsoever. By Phil. Ang.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : printed, and are to be sold by Francis Smith, bookseller at the Elephant & Castle in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange,        8 pages 1680
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    E-RESOURCE 1702

For George Whitehead, Samuel Waldenfield, and the rest of your preachers and people. Part III.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : Printed for the author,        7,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1702
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    E-RESOURCE 1702

For Mr George Whitehead, and the rest of your preachers and poople. Part III.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : Printed for the author,        4 pages ; 8⁰ 1702
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    E-RESOURCE 1702

For Mr. Penn, G. Whitehead, and the rest of your preachers, and persecuting people. Part II.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : Printed for the author,        2 unnumbered pages,29,1 unnumbered page ; 8⁰ 1702
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    E-RESOURCE 1677

For the preachers and leaders of the people called Quakers : ... the Lord, whose ambassador I am, both sent me hither at this time; and His message to you is this : that your long prayers, as well as your long preachinge, are an abomination unto Him

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : Printed in the year 1673 and now reprinted ...,    And now reprinted ... this month called February, 1677/8 for further service.    1 broadside 1677
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    E-RESOURCE 1674

John Pennyman's instructions to his children : which also may be of service unto others, and therefore they are thus published : reade in fear, that you may receive a blessing.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : Printed and are to be given by the author, or to be had at Dorman Newman's shop ...,        15 pages 1674
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    E-RESOURCE 1688

Multum in parvo.

    Wither, George, 1588-1667.
London : [publisher not identified],        12 pages 1688
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    E-RESOURCE 1705

Multum in parvo: being, some useful sayings : in verse and prose, collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomever.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : reprinted in the year 1705, at the desire of some persons, and are given away by the author; J. P.,        2 unnumbered pages,14 pages ; 8⁰ 1705
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    E-RESOURCE 1687

Multum in parvo: or, Some useful sayings, in verse and prose : collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomsoever.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : printed for Samuel Manship at the Black Bull in Cornhill,        2 unnumbered pages, 29 pages, 1 unnumbered page 1687
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    E-RESOURCE 1670

Oh people! My bowels yearn, my bowels yearn towards you.

    Fox, George, -1661.
[London?] : [publisher not identified],        1 broadside 1670
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    E-RESOURCE 1680

The Quaker's challenge answered / by a stripling of the Lamb's army.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],        1 broadside 1680
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    E-RESOURCE 1676?

The Quakers rejected : which was also foretold by a person once eminent among them, taken out of his writings which were published some years ago.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified],        8 pages 1676?
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    E-RESOURCE 1679

A seasonable paper : presented to the consideration of all that profess Christianity ... / J.P.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],        1 broadside 1679
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    E-RESOURCE 1705?

Several tracts viz.I. The way to peace and happiness, &c. II. Useful sayings, &c. III. Some necessary and important considerations, written by Judge Hale. IV. A good companion, &c. V. Useful and profitable sayings, &c.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],        2 unnumbered pages,16;[2],14;31,[1];15,[1];16;16 pages ; 8⁰ 1705?
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    E-RESOURCE 1706

A short account of the life of Mr. John Pennyman : which with some of his writings, (relating to religious and divine matters,) are to be made publick for the weal and benefit of all mankind.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : printed in the year,    The second edition.    4 unnumbered pages,300,16 pages ; 8⁰ 1706
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    E-RESOURCE 1706

A short account of the life of Mr. John Pennyman : with some writings &c. (relating to religious and divine matters.) Made publick for the weal and benefit of mankind.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],    The second edition.    4 unnumbered pages,300,16 pages ; 8⁰ 1706
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

A solemn call to true humiliation.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1690
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

A solemn call to true humiliation..

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1690
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    E-RESOURCE 1680

Some of the letters which were writ to George Fox, and others of the Quakers teachers : are here presented to the rest of their fraternity ... / J.P.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London printed : [publisher not identified],        8 pages 1680
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

Some of the Quakers contradictions which they writ : &c. as suted the times and their own interests; by which 'twill appear, that the highest pretenders, are the greatest deceivers.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London :] : [printed 1696, and are to be sold by J. Gwillim in Bishopsgate-street, and S. Clark in George-Yard, booksellers],        8 pages 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

Some of the Quakers contradictions which they writ , &c. : as suted the times and their own interests; by which 'twill appear, that the highest pretenders, are the greatest deceivers.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London, : Printed 1696. and are to be sold by J. Gwillim in Bishopsgate-street, and S. Clark in George-Yard, booksellers,        12 pages 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

Some of the Quakers contradictory testimonies.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London :] : [printed 1696, and are to be sold by J. Gwillim in Bishopsgate-street, and S. Clark in George-Yard, booksellers],        8 pages 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1696

Some of the Quakers contradictory testimonies about oaths and swearing; : whereby it does appear their pretensions of being infallible, and that their books and papers are given forth by the immediate eternal spirit of God*, is but a vain boast, and

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London, : Printed 1696. and are to be sold, (with divers other of their contradictions in a large sheet of paper) at J. Gwillims in Bishopsgate-street, and S. Clark's in George-yard, booksellers,        4 pages 1696
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    E-RESOURCE 1689

Some useful sayings, collected by a lover of virtue and goodness in whomsoever : recommended to the perusal of persons of all persuasions and their posterity.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : Printed for the author and are to be sold by Sam. Manship ...,    The third edition, with some addition.    31 pages 1689
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    E-RESOURCE 1688

Some useful sayings, in verse and prose : collected by a lover of vertue and goodness in whomsoever.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : printed for the author,    The second edition with alterations and additions.    4 unnumbered pages, 1 page, 6-30 pages 1688
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    E-RESOURCE 1670

These following words the Lord required a servant of his to write this very day and about the same hour the people called Quakers were debating their paper against mee / J.P.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] printed : published by ... John Pennyman,        1 broadside 1670
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    E-RESOURCE 1703

To all or any, who are hungring after the true bread, which nourisheth unto eternal life, are these lines recommended. By J.P.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : Printed and given away last March, and is now reprinted (with a few words added) for its further service,        4 pages ; 8⁰ 1703
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

To the King, the humble address of John Pennyman : the blessing and peace of God, which passeth all understanding, be with the King for evermore.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1690
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    E-RESOURCE 1670

Upon the 28th day of the month called July 1670 : I being required by the Lord to pack up all the books of what kind or sort soever that I had ... / J. Pennyman.

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 broadside 1670
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    E-RESOURCE 1670

Upon the 28th day of the month called July, 1670. : I being required by the Lord, to pack up all the books of what kind or sort soever that I had, ...

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
[London] : [publisher not identified],        1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) 1670
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    E-RESOURCE 1690

The way to peace and happiness : proposed in some instructions, given formerly by a parent to his children. Which being of concern to all, (tho of riper years) are recommended to the perusal of all sorts of people, without respect of persons or parti

    Pennyman, John, 1628-1706.
London : printed 1690. by John Darby, for the author; and are to be freely given away,    The sixth edition.    16 pages 1690
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