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Quakers -- Persecutions -- England -- Sources. : To all you ministers, church-wardens [and] other inferiour officers of the Church of England : some queries are sen[] answer, who are forcing people to come to your worship, and taking away their goods because they cannot be of your church.  1666 1
Quakers -- Persecutions -- England -- Surrey -- Early works to 1800. : A vvarning to the rulers in Surrey, &c. : with a true relation of some of the passages at Kingston sessions, set forth for the prevention of false reports.  1662 1
Quakers -- Persecutions -- 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 ...  1662 1
Quakers -- Persecutions -- New England -- Early works to 1800.   2
Quakers -- Persecutions -- Scotland -- 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.  1682 1
Quakers -- Persecutions -- United States -- Masssachusetts -- Early works to 1800. : A true relation of the proceedings against certain Quakers : at the generall court of the Massachusets holden at Boston in New-England October. 18. 1659.  1660 1
Quakers -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile fiction. : Not last night but the night before / Colin McNaughton ; illustrated by Emma Chichester Clark.  2009 1
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.   2
Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.   2
Quakers -- Poetry. : Poems : &c. by several hands. Inscribed to the memory of Abraham Richard Hawksworth, Late Treasurer to the Bristol Infirmary, and One of the People called Quakers. Wherein is exhibited a View of his Life, As a Model worthy of universal Imitation.  1769 1
Quakers -- Poetry -- Early works to 1800.   4
Quakers -- Political activity -- United States -- History. : Quakers & slavery : a divided spirit / Jean R. Soderlund.  1985 1
Quakers -- Political activity -- United States -- History -- 18th century. : Quaker constitutionalism and the political thought of John Dickinson / Jane E. Calvert.  2009 1
Quakers -- Political activity -- United States -- History -- 19th century. : Slavery and the meetinghouse : the Quakers and the abolitionist dilemma, 1820-1865 / Ryan P. Jordan.  2007 1
Hale, Ralph. -- Early works to 1800. : An answer to a book, titled, Quakers principles quaking: subscribed by the name of one Ralph Hale, with an epistle (so called) to the reader, subscribed with the name of one Zachariah Crofton. A principle of darkness, deceit, and confusion in Ralph Hale, and his fellow labourer in Sathans work Zachariah Crofton, is discovered by the Quakers principle, and the Quakers principle doth stand against the power of darkness, and all the false principles in the world, them to discover and lay open. The book was said to be modestly propounded by Ralph Hale, but in it I found so many lies, slanders, and false accusations, with confused, vain, and frivolous words, as many of them is not worth mentioning; yet, lest the author should boast in his mischief, I shall lay down somthing in answer to some few of them, in respect of the number of them. / A servant to the least in the houshold of faith, and the lest amonst his brethren, whose name in the flesh is William Adamson.  1656 1
Quakers proved deceivers. : The Quakers no deceivers, or, The management of an unjust charge against them confuted. : Being a brief return to a pamphlet, intituled, The Quakers proved deceivers ... by John Horne .. / by one who is counted a deceiver, yet true, George Whitehead..  1660 1
Horn, John, 1614-1676. : The Quakers no deceivers, or, The management of an unjust charge against them confuted. : Being a brief return to a pamphlet, intituled, The Quakers proved deceivers ... by John Horne .. / by one who is counted a deceiver, yet true, George Whitehead..  1660 1
Horn, John, 1614-1676. -- Early works to 1800. : The Quakers no deceivers, or the management of an unjust charge against them confuted. : Being a brief return to a pamphlet, intituled, The Quakers proved deceivers, and such as the people ought not to listen to or follow but to account accursed, in the management of a charge given out against them to that effect, by John Horne, who calls himself preacher of the gospel at South-Lin in Norfolke, who is a chief teacher among the people called Mooreans or Universalists. Who hath given forth a pretended and imperfect relation of a discourse, which was between him and George Whitehead, in the chancel of South-Lin, wherin he hath falsely made his boast, how that he made good his said charge against G.W. before some hundreds of people; but many unprejudiced persons who heard the discourse between them, can witness against the said I.H. as a vain boaster in his pride, of a victory where he had it not. And herein is the said J. Horne proved to be such a one, ... / By one who is counted a deceiver, yet true, George Whitehead.  1660 1
Ives, Jeremiah, active 1653-1674. : Weaknes above wickednes, and truth above subtilty. : Which is the Quakers defence against the boaster and his deceitfull slanders. Clearly seen in an answer to a book called Quakers Quaking; devised by Jeremiah Ive's against the dispised contemptible people trampled on by the world, and scorned by the scorners. In which the deceits are turned into the deceivers bosome, and the truth cleared from the accuser. In much plainesse, that the simple may see and perceive, and come to be gathered to the Lamb, from amongst the armies of the wicked, who have now set themselves against the Lord, and sees it not. Also some queries to Jeremy Ive's touching his false doctrine and deceits. / By one who is called, James Nayler.  1656 1
Ives, Jeremiah, active 1653-1674. : Weaknes above wickednes, and truth above subtilty. : Which is the Quakers defence against the boaster and his deceitfull slanders. Clearly seen in an answer to a book called Quakers quaking; devised by Jeremiah Ive's against the dispised contemptible people trampled on by the world, and scorned by the scorners. In which the deceits are turned into the deceivers bosome, and the truth cleared from the accuser. In much plainesse, that the simple may see and perceive, and come to be gathered to the Lamb, from amongst the armies of the wicked, who have now set themselves against the Lord, and sees it not. Also some queries to Jeremy Ive's touching his false doctrine and deceits. / by one who is called, James Nayler.  1656 1
Bradshaw, Ellis. -- Early works to 1800. : Wickedness weighed: in an answer to a book, called, The Quakers quaking principle, examined and refuted. Set forth by Ellis Bradshaw; and dedicated, as he saith, to his Highness the Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the dominions thereof; much boasted of by the author, but as little worth, as the boast is great. The man's envy carrying him with such envy against the innocent, till he speak he knows not what, concerning the Father, and the Son, the Word, the Light, and Spirit: here is also, some marks, and maintenance of the true ministers set down; and also of the false; their fruits differing them, according to Christs rule in Scripture: with divers other things, to keep the simple from deceit. / By a friend to the work of God, but an enemy to the Devils work, where it is found and pleaded for, called of the world James Naylor.  1656 1
T. T. (Thomas Thomson), active 1668. : The Quakers plainness detecting fallacy : in two short treatises : I. The first in answer to an abusive epistle, styl'd, The Quakers quibbles, and the comparison therein between the Muggletonians and the Quakers, proved absurd and unjust, II. The second, being a brief impeachment of the forger's compurgators (in their Quakers appeal answered) whose injustice, partiality and false glosses have given the chief occasion of these late contests / by George Whitehead.  1674 1
Quakers -- Relations. : A reply to John Atkinson's pretended answer to absolute predestination not scriptural. : By Jane Fearon.  1709 1
Repentance -- Quakers -- Early works to 1800.   2
Quakers -- Rhode Island -- Biography. : Moses Brown [electronic resource] : his life and services : a sketch, read before the Rhode Island Historical Society, October 18, 1892 / by Augustine Jones.  1892 1
Taverner, Philip, 1616 or 1617-   2
Quakers -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800.   4
Gilpin, Joshua, 17th century.   2
Quakers -- Social life and customs -- 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 and thou, in its place is the proper language to any single person whatsoever. : Proved by several examples, that is herein laid down by plain Scripture, for the convinceing, and stopping the mouths of gainsayers: many more examples might have been laid down, but what is herein mentioned and proved by Scriptures are sufficient for the same.  1655 1
Quakers -- South Australia -- Adelaide -- History. : The millionth snowflake : the history of Quakers in South Australia / Charles Stevenson.  1987 1
Quakers -- Spain -- History -- 20th century. : Humanitarian relief in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) / Gabriel Pretus ; with a foreword by Helen Graham.  2013 1
Smith, Nathaniel, -1668?. : The innocent assemblies, and good order of the people of God (called Quakers) vindicated : from the gross asperations calumnies and slanders of two clamorous jeering pamphlets: the one, entituled, The Quakers spiritual court proclaimed; written by one Nathaniel Smith, an apostate from the truth and right way of the Lord, and so run into enmity; but his end is come, and his mouth stopped, and his lyes and slanders with the truth judged and condemned. The other from a nameless author, entituled, The Quakers cannons and constitutions, &c. Being also another work of darkness, and with the light is judged.  1669 1
Smith, Nathaniel, -1668?.   2
Suffering -- Quakers -- Early works to 1800. : A True and faithful relation : from the people of God (called) Quakers, in Colchester. : Of the dealings of God with them, since they were called to the knowledge of the truth, and of the oppositions they have received from men as they passed from death to life : With a brief account of the late cruel and unparalleld sufferings sustained by them, and inflicted upon them by the souldiers whose barbarous, and cruel inhumane dealings towards them, are herein related.  1664 1
Quakers -- Taxation -- England -- 17th century. : The suffering case and complaint of some of the people called Quakers: concerning some undue execution of the late Poll Acts, by distraining the goods of certain persons as preachers or ministers for twenty shillings quarterly, who have no contributions for preaching. With some reasons against such execution. Humbly presented to the members of Parliament, requesting prevention of the like suffering for the future.  1692? 1
Taxation -- England -- Quakers -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800. : The suffering-case of several of the people commonly called Quakers, on suits mostly commenced for tythes, in the Court of Exchequer, since the acts made for the more easie recovery of tythes, in the 7th and 8th of King William the Third : Humbly presented to both Houses of Parliament. .  1709 1
Quakers -- Taxation -- Great Britain.   4
Quakers -- Taxation -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Some considerations touching the payment of tythes : address'd to the professors of religion, commonly call'd Quakers, in the parish of Mersham. By the late Reverend John Cooke, Rector of the united Parishes of St. George the Martyr and St. Mary Magdalen in Canterbury, and of Mersham in Kent, and one of the Six Preachers of the Cathedral Church of Canterbury.  1730? 1
Quakers -- Theology -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration of the witnes of God : manifested in the inward parts. / Written by William Ames = Een declaratie van de Getuyge Gods, : in's Menschen in wendige Deelen. / In't Engelt geschtéven door Willem Ames ...  1681 1
Quakers -- Travel -- Early works to 1800. : A true and strange relation of the travels, adventures, and great persecution of four eminent Quakers of Glocestershire : who in the year 1673 travelled through France, Italy and Turkey, to promote their religion. : Wherein is fully and faithfully declared the designs, endeavours and attempts of these zealous Quakers, for the conversion of the great Turk and the pope ... : also of their voyage to Constantinople, and of their most barbarous cruel and bloody death .. / faithfully and compendiously related by John Elias ...  1674 1
Quakers -- Travel -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century. : An American quaker in the British Isles : the travel journals of Jabez Maud Fisher, 1775-1779 / edited by Kenneth Morgan.  1992 1
Quakers -- United States.   3
Quakers -- United States -- Biography.   13
Quakers -- United States -- Correspondence.   2
Quakers -- United States -- Early works to 1800.   2
Quakers -- United States -- History. : Imaginary friends [electronic resource] : representing Quakers in American culture, 1650-1950 / James Emmett Ryan.  c2009 1
Quakers -- United States -- History -- 18th century. : Conflict of conviction : a reappraisal of Quaker involvement in the American Revolution / William C. Kashatus III.  1990 1
Quakers -- United States -- History -- 19th century. : Abraham Lincoln, the Quakers, and the Civil War : "a trial of principle and faith" / William C. Kashatus.  2014 1
United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Religious aspects -- Quakers. : Abraham Lincoln, the Quakers, and the Civil War : "a trial of principle and faith" / William C. Kashatus.  2014 1
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Quakers. : Conflict of conviction : a reappraisal of Quaker involvement in the American Revolution / William C. Kashatus III.  1990 1
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