Society of Friends -- Anonymous writings -- Early works to 1800. : The constancy of the people called Quakers. : In their testimony against popery, sincerely asserted, in opposition to a perverss 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 -- Antiquities. : A warning against the Quakers : wherein the errors of that sect are plainly detected; And the Authority of Governours, both Civil and Ecclesiastical, fully vindicated. Together with An Account of the Principles, Means and Characters of True Christianity and Regeneration in the Spirit of Jesus Christ. By Mrs. Antonia Bourignon. Done out of French. To which is prefix'd, A preface to the English reader.
Society of Friends -- Barbados -- Apologetic works. : A Short account of the manifest hand of God that hath fallen upon several marshals and their deputies : who have made great spoil and havock of the goods of the people called Quakers in the island of Barbadoes for their testimony against going or sending to the militia : with a remarkable account of some others of the persecutors of the same people in the same island, together with an abstract of their sufferings.
Society of Friends -- Bermuda Islands -- Early works to 1800. : A Bermudas preacher proved a persecutor : being a just tryal of Sampson Bond's book, entituled, A publick tryal of the Quakers, &c. : Fraught with fallacies, false doctrine, slanders, railings, aspersions, perversions, and other abuses herein detected, disproved and wiped off. : And that the True Christ is owned by the people called Quakers, plainly made manifest.
Society of Friends -- Bible. : Some animadversions on the supposition of the scriptures being the only principal and perfect rule to salvation : Which are no way intended to lessen any real respect due to them, but to provoke the Professors of Religion to an impartial Inquiry after, and Attention to, that which is and ever was The Living, Ancient, Unalterable, Universal Rule, viz. The spirit, light, or grace, of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. By Richard Morris, of Rugely, Staffordshire. Written about the Year 1742. .
Church controversies -- Society of Friends. : A full answer to the country parson's plea against the Quakers Tythe-Bill : . The Priest taken in his own Craft, and confuted by his own Arguments. His Ordination Consider'd, and left at the Gates of Rome. By the author of the Replication to the country parson's papers and plea. The Author's Reasons for Refusing to accept Preferment in the Church, with a Living of 400 l. per Annum.
Society of Friends -- Clergy -- Biography -- Early works to 1800. : The memory of that servant of God, John Story, revived : shewing, what manner of man he was from his youth to his grave, by the testimonies of several friends, to whom he was well known, and by whom (for his work sake in the truth) he was greatly beloved. To which is adjoyned something written by him, &c. in his latter years, wherein his judgement is shewn concerning some particular things; and his great desires for love, unity, concord and peace in the Church of Christ.