Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. -- Correspondence. : Letters of Isaac Penington, written to his relations and friends, now first published from manuscript copies. To which are added letters of Stephen Crisp, William Penn, R. Barclay, William Caton, Josiah Coale, and others. Now first published.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. -- Early works to 1800. : Vindiciae quorundam Roberti Barclaii noematum, contra aliquas argumentationes in eo libro, cui titulus est Antibarclaius: ubi reperitur elucidatio veritatis, de immediata & interna Revelatione, de Scripturis, de universali redemptione. / Edm. Elisio ... = A vindication of some sentiments of Robert Barclay, against the arguments of a book, entituled Antibarclaius: : wherein the truth of immediate and inward Revelation, of the Scriptures, of universal redemption, is further explained. / By Edm. Elys ...
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. : Scripture evidence defended, in answer to Thomas Chubb's tract, intituled, Scripture evidence considered: Wherein the Truth of Christianity, and the fourth Proposition of Robert Barclay's Apology, are maintained against Deism and Infidelity. Being a review of the controversy betwixt Thomas Chubb and Thomas Beaven, Relating to the Aforesaid Proposition. By Thomas Beaven.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. -- Early works to 1800. : An essay, or examination of the doctrine of Robert Barclay's Apology. : Containing, a large number of discourses and arguments, with proofs abstracted from the Holy Scripture, concerning the most particular points and tenets of the Christian doctrine, controverted between Protestants and Quakers, mentioned in that Apology. Written for the Use and Benefit of Honest and Impartial Readers, inquisitive of Truth. By John Thornley, Curate of Bosley, in the County of Chester.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. : A Review of the Rev.d Mr. Dan: Gittins's remarks on the tenets and principles of the Quakers; shewing their contrariety to the hutchinsonian scheme, and consistency with the scriptures.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. : Reasons for quitting the Methodist Society : being a defence of Barclay's Apology. In answer to a printed letter to a person joined with the people called Quakers. In a letter to a friend. By John Helton.
Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. : A sober ansvvere to an angry pamphlet, or, Animadversions, by way of reply, to Robert Barclays late book (entituled, Truth cleared of calumnies) in answere to A dialogue between a Quaker and a stable Christian / by VVilliam Mitchell.
Barclay, Robert Heriot, 1784 or 5-1837 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The battle of Lake Erie : a collection of documents, chiefly by Commodore Perry : including the court-martial of Commander Barclay & the court of enquiry on Captain Elliott / edited, with introduction, annotations, bibliography, & analytical index, by Charles Oscar Paullin.
Barclay, Robert -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Action of reduction at the instance of David William Barclay, Esquire, residing at Port-Louis, in the Mauritius, or elsewhere abroad, and Theodosius Forrest Ewart, writer to signet, his mandatory,൲suers against Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, baronet,䥦ender [electronic resource].
Barclay, Thomas, 1824?-1881 -- Diaries. : Volunteers : the Mexican War journals of Private Richard Coulter and Sergeant Thomas Barclay, Company E, Second Pennsylvania Infantry / edited by Allan Peskin.
[Barclay's Robert] -- Early works to 1800. : Some remarks on Mr. Robert Barclay's apology. : His sixth edition in English. Wherein is shewn, that the ground of his mistake is the same with all other Christians. That the most reformed body of Christians in our day have need to be refined. Quakerism refined, and the resurrection of the truth. To which is added, some observatins on a late baptist author, concerning water-baptism. By Eben, Hewlett.
Barcroft, John, approximately 1663-1723. : A brief narrative of the life, convincement, conversion, and labours of love in the gospel-ministry of that worthy servant of Jesus Christ, John Barcroft. Who departed this Life, at his House at Arkill, in the Kingdom of Ireland, the 24th of the Eleventh Month, 1723.
Barcroft, William, approximately 1681-1709. -- Early works to 1800. : Some sensible and weighty expressions of William Barcroft, on his death-bed : with a brief account of his life and conversation, first written for the Satisfaction of his Relations and some particular Friends. Now Published for a General Service. To which is added Some expressions of his Brother Thomas Barcroft, on his death-bed. Also A testimony of their mother concerning them, and their Eldest Brother Ambrose Barcroft, Deceased.
Barcs, Emery. : Backyard of Mars : memoirs of the "reffo' period in Australia / Emery Barcs.