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A96306 Whereas John Pennyman of late did bring or cause to be brought unto the Exchange, in London, several books and writings, and amongst others the holy Scriptures of Truth ... Given forth the 10th day of the moneth called August, 1670. By us, who are in scorn called Quakers. 1670 (1670) Wing W1625; ESTC R186440 1,046 1 View Text
A67156 A declaration of some certain members of the layity Wright, J., fl. 1681. 1681 (1681) Wing W3690; ESTC R12297 2,765 1 View Text
A64448 A Testimony against John Pennyman's lyes, slanders, and false accusation of blasphemy &c. 1671 (1671) Wing T805; ESTC R29542 3,615 1 View Text
B08238 Animadversions on George Keith's account of a National Church, &c. humbly presented to the Bishop of London, and on George Keith's advertisement concerning the same. 1700 (1700) Wing A11A; ESTC R173101 3,628 12 View Text
A58340 A letter presented unto Alderman Fouke, Lord Mayor of London, from the two witnesses and prisoners of Jesus Christ in Newgate ... Iohn Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton, the two last spiritual witnesses and true prophets, the only mnisters of the everlasting Gospel ... Reeve, John, 1608-1658.; Muggleton, Lodowick, 1609-1698. 1653 (1653) Wing R680; ESTC R22813 3,840 8 View Text
A39375 A vindication of the doctrine concerning the light within, against the objections of George Keith, in his book, entituled, The deism of W. Penn, and his brethren expos'd by Edmvnd Elys. Elys, Edmund, ca. 1634-ca. 1707. 1699 (1699) Wing E698; ESTC R19149 4,033 9 View Text
A91904 The great calumny of The Quakers despising the Holy Scriptures, refuted out of their printed books, unjustly perverted, confusedly curtail'd and crowded, by William Mather in his Dagger-sheet. Robinson, William, of Durham. 1700 (1700) Wing R1725; ESTC R182827 4,770 1 View Text
A10328 A letter of Dr. Reinolds to his friend, concerning his aduice for the studie of diuinitie Rainolds, John, 1549-1607. 1613 (1613) STC 20611; ESTC S100412 4,787 26 View Text
A84778 A declaration concerning fasting, and prayer. Of the true fast, which raiseth up the foundation of many generations; which is not the hanging down of the head like a bulrush for a day. Also; a declaration of the false fast, where is the hanging down the head like a bulrush for a day, and the bonds of iniquity standing, which iniquity seperates from God, while that is standing; the foundation of many generations is not seen. And sheweth, the prayer that God accepts, and what he hears, that which is from his Spirit, and sheweth what prayers he hears not, which is contrary to it, which God accepts not; and here you may see the difference between the true praying and the false. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1656 (1656) Wing F1785; Thomason E885_4; ESTC R204830 5,737 8 View Text
A32887 The admirable and glorious appearance of the eternal God, in his glorious power, in and through a child of the age of betwixt eight and nine years, upon her dying bed, opening her mouth to speak forth his praise, and extol his reverent holy name and power: a short relation whereof, together with her exercise throughout her sickness, is hereafter collected, or so much thereof as was by us certainly remembred. Camm, Thomas, 1641-1707.; Camm, Anne, 1627-1705. aut 1684 (1684) Wing C394; ESTC R215097 5,762 8 View Text
A30284 Proofs of God's being and of the Scriptures divine original with twenty directions for the profitable reading of them : being the sum of several sermons desired by many hearers / by Daniel Burgess. Burgess, Daniel, 1645-1713. 1697 (1697) Wing B5711; ESTC R25953 6,174 17 View Text
A38828 An epistle of Margaret Everard to the people called Quakers and the ministry among them: more especially to such of them to whom she hath bee particularly known, and who are concerned for her, as if she were lost and fallen from truth. Shewing her dissatisfaction with the ignorance, error, and uncharitableness that too much abounds among them. Everard, Margaret. 1699 (1699) Wing E3535; ESTC R219770 6,413 8 View Text
A77147 Something concerning the proceedings of Thomas Willmate, vicar of the parish of Bromsgrove, in the county of Worcester, against me John Boweter, (who am a prisoner for the testimony of Christ Jesus) with a salutation of love to my loving and kind neighbours. J. B. (John Bowater), d. 1704. 1681 (1681) Wing B3870B; ESTC R221226 6,599 9 View Text
A89768 Holy scripture-work is better than the work of the corrupt reasoning of fallen man By Jos. Nott. Nott, Joseph, d. 1699. 1693 (1693) Wing N1401A; ESTC R231393 6,822 12 View Text
A77351 The brevvers plea. Or, A vindication of strong-beere and ale. Wherein is declared, the wonderfull bounty and patience of God. The wicked and monstruous unthankfulnesse of man. The unregarded injuries done to those creatures, groaning, as it were, to be delivered from the abuses proceeding, from disdainfull aspertions of ignorant from the intemperance of sinfull [brace] man. 1647 (1647) Wing B4432; Thomason E405_2; ESTC R201873 7,315 10 View Text
A94713 To you that are called by the name of Baptists, or the baptized people that do what you do by imitation from John Baptist, Christ and the Apostles, who had not the form without the power to reform; but you have only the form, but wants the power that doth reform. Also several other things given forth from the spirit of the Lord, necessary for all people to take into consideration as they love their souls. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666.; Naylor, James, 1617?-1660.; Fox, Goerge, 1624-1691. 1654 (1654) Wing T1753; Thomason E808_18; ESTC R207533 7,346 8 View Text
A67385 The doctrine of the blessed Trinity, briefly explained in a letter to a friend Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1690 (1690) Wing W575; ESTC R1265 7,384 20 View Text
A89084 Mercvrivs pacificvs, or, Vox tvrtvris. A dove in this deluge of division sent from Gods arke, to present a peace-offering upon the altar of Iehovah Shalom, humbly proposing a divine direction for composing of controversies according to Gods revealed will. by E. M. Gent. E. M., Gent. 1644 (1644) Wing M18; Thomason E35_11; ESTC R11788 7,719 21 View Text
A65474 A demonstration in brief, of what I have noted in a book, intituled, a dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker Wherein is mainifest that Thomas Hickes and his confederates speak not by the Spirit of God, neither is he ruled, touching the mystery of God in faith, by Holy Scripture, but on the contrary. Thom. Hickes, what thou hast to say in answer (charge me only) and no other person. West, Robert, b. ca. 1613. 1673 (1673) Wing W1387; ESTC R217303 7,816 15 View Text
A88307 A true ministery anatomized Where it is clearly proved by scripture, I. What a true ministery is, and what a ministery God set in the church. II. A ministery not so set, is not the ministery of Christ. III. Our ministers of England have not the gift of tongues. IV. Truth is not obtained by studie. By Thomas Lipeat, not the author, but the actor. Lipeat, Thomas. 1651 (1651) Wing L2357; Thomason E1378_3; ESTC R209313 7,833 20 View Text
A25999 The folly of a libeller made manifest being some brief observations upon a libel, lately published, and abusively entituled, The dangerous imposture of Quakerism : wherein the envious abuses of that author are detected / by Richard Ashby. Ashby, Richard, 1663?-1734. 1699 (1699) Wing A3940; ESTC R13633 8,177 15 View Text
A76086 The Holy Scripture owned, and the Athenians injustice detected, by The abused Quaker. Abused Quaker. 1692 (1692) Wing B106A; ESTC R170410 8,260 2 View Text
B08994 A reply, on behalf of the people called Quakers, to two petitions against them (the one out of Norfolk, the other from Bury in Suffolk) being some brief observations made on those petitions, and humbly tendered to the consideration of the House of Commons, to whom those petitions are directed. Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. 1699 (1699) Wing E627A_VARIANT; ESTC R171932 8,605 16 View Text
B08995 A sober reply, on behalf of the people called Quakers, to two petitions against them, (the one out of Norfolk, and the other from Bury in Suffolk) being some brief observations upon them. Published on occasion of Francis Bugg's exposing one of the said petitions in print, and commending the other, &c. With many unjust aggravations and misrepresentations in his late book, falsly stiled A modest defence, &c. Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. 1700 (1700) Wing E628A; ESTC R174956 8,661 16 View Text
A39309 A sober reply, on behalf of the people called Quakers, to two petitions against them, the one out of Norfolk, and the other from Bury in Suffolk, being some brief observations upon them published on occasion of Francis Bugg's exposing one of the said petitions in print, and commending the other, &c, with many unjust aggravations and misrepresentations in his late book, falsly stiled A modest defence, &c. Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. 1699 (1699) Wing E628; ESTC R5881 8,677 18 View Text
A59781 A sermon preached at a visitation, held at Warrington in Lancashire May 11. 1669. By Ric. Sherlock D.D. Rector of Winwick in Lancashire. Imprimatur, June 18, 1669. Tho. Tomkyns, reverendisimo in Christo patri ac Domino, Dom. Gilb. Arch. Cantuar. a Sacr. Dom Sherlock, R. (Richard), 1612-1689. 1669 (1669) Wing S3256; ESTC R214015 8,736 22 View Text
A91974 An answer unto thirty quæries propounded by those who by the world (as they say) are scornfully called Quakers. By Thomas Rosewell, a witness to the truth, as it is in Jesus. Rosewell, Thomas, 1630-1692. 1656 (1656) Wing R1941; Thomason E892_5; ESTC R206554 8,751 12 View Text
A85295 The necessity of the absolute power of all kings: and in particular, of the King of England. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1648 (1648) Wing F917; Thomason E460_7; ESTC R202077 8,854 14 View Text
A26135 The spirits voice concerning himselfe, or, A faithful and clear discovery of the operations of the spirit in the hearts of the saints by Peter Atkinson ... Atkinson, Peter, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing A4130; ESTC R17494 9,440 22 View Text
A85546 A holy lamp of light: discovering the falacious allegorizing of scriptures, to destroy not only the reallity of the person of Christ, but all other truths, from his conception to his exaltation; the generalll [sic] resurrection, and the generall judgment-day, falsly avowing all to be fulfilled here in this present life. Or a defence against Mr. Royle his reply. / By Iohn Graunt. Graunt, John, of Bucklersbury. 1650 (1650) Wing G1593; Thomason E596_9; ESTC R206957 9,446 8 View Text
A40265 A Spiritual or heavenly salutation to all the tender-hearted in Christendom that are seeking the kingdom of God and the righteousness therof which I desire and intreat them to read over these following lines in the love of God, in which they are sent to them from him that desires the good of all mankind here, and their eternal happiness hereafter / [by] George Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1690 (1690) Wing F1919; ESTC R36423 9,457 16 View Text
A40950 The spirit of God speaking in the temple of God, or, Gods spiritual teachings in his people puts flesh to silence that the spirit of Christ may speak in the church &c. written by Richard Farnworth. R. F. (Richard Farnworth), d. 1666. 1663 (1663) Wing F504; ESTC R25392 9,509 15 View Text
A63080 This is for all or any of those (by what name or title soever they be distinguished) that resist the Spirit and despise the grace that brings salvation that favour them which work wickedness and condemn the righteous, upon such must be fulfilled the judgments prophesied : also, things to come are here declared, but blind men cannot see, but as the world draws to an end, some shall remember me / [by] R.T. R. T. (Rebecca Travers), 1609-1688. 1664 (1664) Wing T2063; ESTC R32889 9,665 14 View Text
A44591 The poor mans misery, or, Poverty attendeth vain company with a speedy call to repentance from their ways. Wherein you may behold who they are that are reckoned in the ranck of vain persons, and also the great danger they live in, whilst they live in vanity, and follow the ways of sin and wickedness. Very necessary for all to read and consider of the danger thereof in this day, wherein so many take pleasure in sin, and wicked company. By Roger Hough a lover of sobriety. Hough, Roger. 1670 (1670) Wing H2913; ESTC R215374 9,893 27 View Text
A65473 Damnable heresie discovered and the head of Gods church uncovered, and the spirit of man from the true light distinguished, according to the scriptures of truth, and testimony of saints. West, Robert, b. ca. 1613. 1672 (1672) Wing W1386; ESTC R217302 10,138 27 View Text
A26118 An account of the travels, sufferings and persecutions of Barbara Blaugdone Given forth as a testimony to the Lord's power, and for the encouragement of Friends. Blaugdone, Barbara, 1608 or 9-1704. 1691 (1691) Wing A410; ESTC R222545 10,200 38 View Text
A41311 The power of kings, and in particular of the King of England learnedly asserted by Sir Robert Filmer, Kt. ; with a preface of a friend, giving an account of the author and his works. Filmer, Robert, Sir, d. 1653. 1680 (1680) Wing F926; ESTC R19499 10,291 18 View Text
A60665 The wisdom of the earthly wife confounded, or, A manifestation of the spirits of some envious professors who are ready to prefer the hireling priests works of darkness, whose works are against the revelation and coming of Christ in spirit, as their fore-fathers works of cruelty and murder were against him in the dayes of his flesh, as may be seen at large in the scriptures of truth ... this was chiefly occasioned by some nonconformists promoting the works of darkness of a conformist (or chief priest of Warsick-shire, called, Thomas Willson, in his book, ... who slanderously charges the people called Quakers to be false interpreters of the Holy Scriptures) wherein is something of answer to such as have any true tenderness left in them, and would receive the truth if they knew it, but its like to the hard-hearted, stubborn and rebellious (like those, Matth. 27.25. who said, his blood be upon us and upon our children) it will be foolishness, as is the preaching of the cross to them that perish ... / by William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1679 (1679) Wing S4345; ESTC R9981 10,614 16 View Text
A93550 Something in answer to a petition to Oliver Cromwel, from the subscribers in Cumberland, which are called iustices and commissioners: also the examination of some friends at the assizes at York, the 17 of Iuly. 1654 (1654) Wing S4659; Thomason E812_7; ESTC R207632 10,984 12 View Text
A86666 The innocency of the righteous seed of God cleared from all slanderous tongues and false accusers. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1655 (1655) Wing H3226; Thomason E845_4; ESTC R202540 11,244 15 View Text
A44839 The difference of that call of God to the ministry which is by the power of his own gift and measure of life, revealed, and of that, which is received of man, and taught by man, as is manifest by these two severall calls, herein declared, with several principals relating to this second call, answered / by Richard Hubberthorn. Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing H3223; ESTC R21988 11,470 18 View Text
A65861 The dipper plung'd, or, Thomas Hicks his feigned dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker, proved, an unchristian forgery consisting of self-contradictions, and abuses against the truth, and people called Quakers : wherein Tho. Hicks hath seconded (though in envy exceeded) his brother Henry Grigg, in his babylonish pamphlet, stiled, Light from the sun of righteousness : howbeit, they have both notoriously contradicted themselves, and each other, as is hereby evinced / by G.W. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1672 (1672) Wing W1923; ESTC R20065 11,473 20 View Text
B04736 Quakerism the mystery of iniquity discovered in a brief dialogue between a Christian & a Quaker: By way of supplement to my former papers exhibited in Dublin against them, in two of the most important particulars charg'd upon them; viz. the holy Scriptures, and our Lord Jesus Christ; in which it doth most evidently appear, that both are denied by them, in a true, Christian, and proper sense. / By John Plimpton. Plimpton, John, fl. 1698. 1698 (1698) Wing P2572; ESTC R181887 11,478 32 View Text
A63486 A faithful and true witenss to the light of Jesus Christ, or, Word of faith within in the heart and conscience proving that God alwayes did, and doth reveal himself in it, and through it to the sons and daughters of men, that they may believe and be saved ... : also a postscript in answer to some base lyes and reflections cast upon me by William Haworth, an independent preacher / Christopher Taylor. Taylor, Christopher, ca. 1615-1686. 1675 (1675) Wing T264; ESTC R25802 11,574 18 View Text
A90803 A relation of a dispute of baptisme of infants of Christians at Holgate in the county of Salop, Maii. 30. 1650. betwixt P. Panter, Dr. in Divinitie, rector of the place, and Mr. Brown, preacher to the Anabaptists in that circuit. Panter, P.; Brown, Mr. 1650 (1650) Wing P274A; ESTC R43711 11,586 16 View Text
A87721 Seekers supplied, or Three and forty non-church queries by Scripture answered. Penned and publish't for the vindication of Christs commands, and edification and confirmation of his people. / By Thomas Killcop, servant to Christ Iesus, the King of Kings. Killcop, Thomas. 1646 (1646) Wing K439; Thomason E359_14; ESTC R201173 11,591 18 View Text
A40256 Something in answer to a book called Fiat lux being a discourse between a papist and a Protestant &c. who writes at the bottom of the title page, J.V.C. : also something in answer to the papists queries. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1667 (1667) Wing F1910; ESTC R25206 11,959 18 View Text
A77398 A brief and plain discussion of that question which of late hath troubled many tender consciences; namely, whether it be lawfull to receive the sacrament of the Lords Supper in those congregations where there is a mixture of some ignorant or prophane persons. 1652 (1652) Wing B4531; Thomason E678_27; ESTC R206806 11,973 16 View Text
A41581 Of laying on of hands Heb. 6. 2. Or, a discourse containing these 4. chapters. 1. Of the several ends of laying on of hands, in the New Testament. 2. What laying on of hands, is not, and cannot be meant. Heb. 6. 2. 3. What laying on of hands, is and must be meant there. 4. That the laying on of hands, practised by some in these days, on all baptized believers, was never instituted, commanded, nor practised at all, by Jesus Christ, or his apostles in all the New Testament. Gosnold, John, 1625?-1678. 1656 (1656) Wing G1311B; ESTC R223702 12,054 16 View Text
A52658 A narrative wherein is faithfully set forth the sufferings of John Canne, Wentworth Day, John Clarke, John Belcher, John Richard, Robert Boggis, Petter Kidd, Richard Bryenton, and George Strange, called, as their news book saith, Fift Monarchy Men that is, how eight of them were taken in Coleman Street, moneth second, called Aprill, day first, 1658, as they were in the solemn worship of God, and by the Lord Mayor sent prisoners to the counter in the Poultrey : also of the arraignment of Wentworth Day and John Clarke at the sessions in the Old Baily, and how the rest after three weeks imprisonment and more were discharged in their court / published by a friend to the prisoners and the good old cause they suffered for. Friend to the prisoners and the good old cause they suffered for. 1658 (1658) Wing N231A; ESTC R9702 12,097 18 View Text
A65871 A just enquiry into the libeller's abuse of the people called Quakers in his scandalous pamphlet, falsly stiled, Some of the Quakers principles, doctrines, laws and orders, &c. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1693 (1693) Wing W1938; ESTC R38636 12,114 34 View Text
A54243 Truth further clear'd from mistakes being two chapters out of the book entituled, Primitive Christianity reviv'd : plainly acknowledging the benefit accruing by the death and suffering of our Lord Jesus Christ for the salvation of mankind, together with a comparison of the principles of the people called Quakers, and the perversions of their opposers, by way of postscript / by W.P.; Primitive Christianity reviv'd. Selections Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1698 (1698) Wing P1391; ESTC R33341 12,151 50 View Text
A61265 A sermon preached before the King at White-Hal, Septem. the 26th, 1675 by John Standish ... Standish, John, d. 1686. 1676 (1676) Wing S5215; ESTC R13595 12,157 34 View Text
A54161 A key opening a way to every common understanding, how to discern the difference betwixt the religion professed by the people called Quakers and the perversions, misrepresentations and calumnies of their several adversaries : published in great good will to all, but more especially for their sakes that are actually under prejudice from vulgar abuses. Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1693 (1693) Wing P1312A; ESTC R28422 12,318 37 View Text
A79534 A true discovery of the ignorance, blindness, and darkness of those who are called magistrates about Carlile in Cumberland, who call Light darkness, and truth error, and judge them blasphemers who are sent of the Lord to declare the eternal word of truth amongst them, but the Lord hath made himself manifest in the hearts of his people, and opened their eyes here in the northern parts, whereby they plainly see the tyranny, oppression, and cruelty of those who are called magistrates and rulers, who do imprison the servants of the most high God, for declaring against sin and abomination, held up in markets and steeple-houses, and so they that depart from iniquity and stand in obedience to the commands of the Lord, makes himself a prey to that generation; but the Lord is risen for Sions deliverance, all praise and glory be to him for evermore. J.C. Camm, John, 1604?-1656. 1654 (1654) Wing C393; Thomason E740_8; ESTC R202139 12,325 19 View Text
A52615 The system of grace, and free-will as 'tis held in the Catholick Church, and the Church of England; proposed, and vindicated. In a visitation sermon. By Stephen Nye. Nye, Stephen, 1648?-1719. 1700 (1700) Wing N1509; ESTC R217852 12,408 33 View Text
A30541 Some false principles and errors discovered and refuted in a short answer to a catechism book, which is said to contain the principles of religion, put forth by a namelesse authour, but is supposed to be the work of one Samuel Eaton ... but upon true examination he is found to be teaching the traditions of men for the commandments of Christ ... / by E.B. Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6023A; ESTC R36303 12,581 15 View Text
A84829 The trumpet of the Lord sounded, and his sword drawn, and the separation made between the precious and the vile; and the vineyard of the Lord dressed by his own husbandmen, and the dead trees cut down, and all the mystery of witchcraft discovered in all professions: by them who have come thorow great tribulation, whose garments have been washed in the blood of the lamb; who are accounted as the off-scowring of all things for Christs sake, scornfully called by the world Quakers. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1654 (1654) Wing F1969; Thomason E732_23; ESTC R206890 12,587 19 View Text
A50429 The snare broken, or, The natural and eternal deity of the Son of God, as also of the Holy Ghost, asserted by a person, who having been formerly a a [sic] Socinian, and then an Arrian, came at length, by a free consideration of the Scriptures, to be fully convinc'd of the truth of the Catholick faith concerning the blessed Trinity. Mayne, Zachary, 1631-1694. 1692 (1692) Wing M1488; ESTC R19321 12,820 17 View Text
A67411 Theological discourses, in two parts the first containing VIII letters and III sermons concerning the blessed Trinity : the second, discourses & sermons on several occasions / by John Wallis ... Wallis, John, 1616-1703. 1695 (1695) Wing W607A; ESTC R34712 12,898 16 View Text
A86486 The true guide: or, A short treatise wherein is shewed how the weakest Christian may be able to discerne the true way of the spirit of God, from all false and erroneous ways. Very usefull and necessary for weake Christians, that are willing to know and be led in the truth, in these distracted times, wherein so many errours and divisions abound. / By a lover of the truth, R.H. Viewed and approved by diverse worthy ministers of the city of London. Printed according to order. Hollingworth, Richard, 1607-1656. 1646 (1646) Wing H2499; Thomason E344_8; Thomason E375_2; ESTC R200956 13,028 21 View Text
A01982 A short catechisme wherein are briefely laid downe the fundamentall principles of Christian religion. Needfull to be knowne of all such as come to the Lords Table. Whereunto is added morning and euening prayer for a family. Gouge, William, 1578-1653. 1616 (1616) STC 12126.5; ESTC S118293 13,058 36 View Text
A49752 An answer to a book published by Richard Smith of Westchester wherein the people of God called Quakers (more particularly in this county of Cheshire) are cleared from the wrong, injustice, and false accusations by him charged upon them / written for the information and satisfaction of the sober-minded by Alexander Lawrence. Lawrence, Alexander, d. 1682. 1677 (1677) Wing L649; ESTC R25714 13,255 21 View Text
A65927 A discourse of the necessity of Revelation and an holy life deliver'd in a visitation-sermon at Guilford, October 7, 1697 / by William Whitfeld. Whitfeld, William, 1658-1717. 1698 (1698) Wing W2014; ESTC R26358 13,394 24 View Text
A27574 A sermon preach'd before the convocation of the Bishops and clergy of the province of Canterbury at Westminster, Novemb. the 18th, 1689 by William Beveridge ; printed in Latin by the Bishops command ; made English by J.G. Beveridge, William, 1637-1708.; J. G., member of the Church of England. 1689 (1689) Wing B2112; ESTC R25922 13,595 34 View Text
A87257 Infants baptizing proved lawfull by the Scriptures: objections against it resolved and removed. Aug. 24. 1644. Imprimatur, John White. 1644 (1644) Wing I162; Thomason E8_31; ESTC R15802 13,658 16 View Text
A70008 A few words to all who professe themselves to be of the Protestant religion whereby they may understand by what spirit they were led, that persecuted the people of God in former ages, for the exercise of their religion, and their tenderness of conscience in matters relating to the worship of God : with a few words of comfort to the suffering lambes / written by him that would have the greatest of persecutors to repent, and cease to do evil, and learn to do well, that so they might escape the judgments of the Lord, F.E. F. E. (Francis Ellington) 1665 (1665) Wing E542; ESTC R15982 13,725 20 View Text
A44211 An account of the spirits working upon the minds of men in the several ages of the Christian church in a visitation sermon before the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Lord Bishop of London, at Burntwood in Essex, Septemb. 14, 1680 / by Richard Hollingworth. Hollingworth, Richard, 1639?-1701. 1680 (1680) Wing H2485; ESTC R26432 13,861 26 View Text
A79569 Church-Levellers, or, Vanity of vanities and certainty of delusion: discovered in the pamphlet, called The vanity of the present churches, and uncertainty of their preaching. / By a friend to both true churches and preachers. Friend to both true churches and preachers. 1649 (1649) Wing C3995; Thomason E561_5; ESTC R206008 13,994 16 View Text
A65902 A manifestation of truth ... writ in answer to a book which a nameless author hath written against the people called Quakers : wherein is contained divers untruths and hard speeches tending to beget jealousies and evil thoughts of them who are known to be harmless and innocent ... : also the truth of those things which they believe and practice ... is declared / by John Whitehead. Whitehead, John, 1630-1696. 1662 (1662) Wing W1979; ESTC R26356 14,009 17 View Text
A56122 The true Christ, and the Quakers Christ compar'd in a letter sent to Mr. Richard Hardcastle. Wherein is a short review of some things asserted by the Quakers in their Norfolk-disputation with the clergy, &c. 1698. By Robert Prudom. Prudom, Robert. 1699 (1699) Wing P3882; ESTC R220565 14,151 28 View Text
A56832 The loyall convert Quarles, Francis, 1592-1644. 1644 (1644) Wing Q107; ESTC R6161 14,154 26 View Text
A26198 The schoolmaster disciplin'd, or, A reply to a lying paper, entitull'd, The gadding tribe reproved, put foeth [sic] under the name of George Willington ... also, An answer to a scandalous paper, put forth by William Prynne, entitulled The Quakers unmasked ... : whereunto is added A reply to an additional paper, put forth by William Prynne, in his lying, inlarged edition of his scandalous paper aforementioned ... / by John Audland. Audland, John, 1630-1664. 1655 (1655) Wing A4197; ESTC R23357 14,236 15 View Text
A28912 Innocency cleared from lyes in answer or reply to some particular things, which them, who are scornfully called Quakers, are charged with in a book intituled, Malice stript and whipt, &c. : published by one who calls himself Samuel Smith, minster of the gospel, but his practise and bitter spirit maketh him manifest to be forth of the Doctrine of Christ, and that he is not guided by the same spirit which the ministers of Christ were, are guided by as hereafter may be made appear / by ... I.B. J. B. (John Bowater), d. 1704. 1658 (1658) Wing B3870; ESTC R18765 14,367 26 View Text
A79570 The church-man and the Quaker dialoguing: with a reply to an answer to a late pamphlet, called, A sober dialogue between a Scotch Presbyterian, a London church-man, and a real Quaker 1699 (1699) Wing C3997; ESTC R231838 14,460 32 View Text
A84796 A message from the Lord, to the Parliament of England. That you may all take warning, and be ye all forewarned, that you act not in the steps of your forefathers, whom the Lord hath cast out as an abominable thing, as he hath done all rulers in all ages and generations, which have sought themselves, and established laws in their own wills, whereby the just have suffered, and now do suffer: the people which the Lord hath chosen are trodden upon, and the powers of the earth have set themselves against the mighty power of the Lord in them. But now is the Lord arising to plead the cause of the just, and woe for ever to all Sions adversaries. / By him who is a lover of your souls, and a lover of Israels common-wealth, whom the Lord is returning out of captivity, to serve him in their own land in perfect freedom. Geo. Fox. Fox, George, 1624-1691. 1654 (1654) Wing F1863; Thomason E812_2; ESTC R202175 14,507 15 View Text
A40072 Certain propositions by which the doctrin of the H. Trinity is so explain'd, according to the ancient fathers, as to speak it not contradictory to natural reason together with a defence of them, in answer to the objections of a Socianian writer, in his newly printed Considerations on the explications of the doctrin of the Trinity : occasioned by these propositions among other discourses : in a letter to that author.; Twenty-eight propositions by which the doctrine of the Trinity is endeavoured to be explained Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. 1694 (1694) Wing F1696; ESTC R14585 14,588 32 View Text
A94772 The Scriptures proved to be the word of God, and the only foundation of faith, and rule for our obedience. Or, A clear conviction of the errours of those that are called Quakers. Who blasphemously affirm that the Scriptures are not the word of God, nor the foundation of faith, nor the only rule for our obedience ... / By Sampson Tounesend, minister of the Gospel, and pastor of S. Austins, and Saviours parish in Norwich. Townsend, Sampson. 1654 (1654) Wing T1986A; ESTC R185411 14,687 23 View Text
A60448 To all that want peace with God to the sheep everywhere not brought home, ... plainly published, concerning the way of life, and of the gradual comings forth of death through law ... / ... Humphry Smith. Smith, Humphrey, d. 1663. 1660 (1660) Wing S4079; ESTC R6668 14,712 19 View Text
A72313 The doctrine of the beginning of Christ Short for memorie, plaine for capacity, deliuered almost in the expresse words of the text, for the more authority. By Samuell Hieron, minister of the Gospel. Hieron, Samuel, 1576?-1617. 1606 (1606) STC 13399.5; ESTC S124864 14,738 33 View Text
A56902 The dead prophet yet speaking a funeral sermon preached at Plaisterers-Hall, Feb. 15, 1690, to the Church of Christ there, upon the sad occasion of the decease of their late Reverend Pastor, Mr. John Faldo / by John Quick ... Quick, John, 1636-1706. 1691 (1691) Wing Q206; ESTC R38018 15,021 42 View Text
A65878 The popish informer reprehended for his false information against the Quakers meeting in reply to ... An answer to a seditious libel, as he most falsly terms the late innocent declaration from the people of God, called, Quakers, against all seditious conventicles, &c. (wherein their innocency is cleared, and herein vindicated) : unto which is annexed, a brief recital of some accusations cast upon the said people, by one H. Thorndike, one of the prebends of Westminster, in his book entituled, A discourse of the forbearance, or the penalties which a due reformation requires. Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. 1670 (1670) Wing W1946; ESTC R20124 15,096 24 View Text
A86726 An Humble advise to the right honorable the lord mayor, the recorder, and the rest of the justices of the honorable bench to the goodmen of the jury, aud [sic] at the Sessions House in the Old-Bayley, London, in behalf of Mr. John Bidle, prisoner in Newgate. 1654 (1654) Wing H3396; ESTC R42339 15,114 16 View Text
A47179 A short Christian catechisme for the instruction of children in the grounds and practice of Christian religion being (for the most part) an abridgment of a larger, formerly printed, where many questions and answers that were in the larger, are omitted, and others shortened, to fit the capacity of children, and some new questions, with their answers inserted, on several heads, which were not in the larger / by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1698 (1698) Wing K212; ESTC R14138 15,116 34 View Text
A94748 A short work, but of greatest concern. By William Tomlinson. Tomlinson, William. 1696 (1696) Wing T1852; ESTC R185374 15,317 74 View Text
A45824 The corrector corrected: or, some sober reflections on a late book of Mr. Thomas Danson's published by him (as he pretends) to correct an immodest and false account (as he calls it) of two conferences between him and Mr. Ives, formerly printed about the saints perseverance. By which the former accounts of the said disputations are justified, and Mr. Danson's latter account justly blamed, as being filled with impertinencies, railings, false accusations, unchristian and unmanly reflections upon the person, opinion, and trade of his antagonist. Evidenced to the judgment of every ingenious reader. By Jer. Ives. Ives, Jeremiah, fl. 1653-1674. 1672 (1672) Wing I1097; ESTC R221622 15,362 33 View Text
A92615 Some papers of the Commissioners of Scotland given in lately to the Houses of Parliament, concerning the propositions of peace.; Proceedings. 1646 Scotland. Convention of Estates.; Buchanan, David, 1595?-1652?; England and Wales. Parliament. Proceedings. 1646. 1646 (1646) Wing S1346; Thomason E333_1; ESTC R200741 15,543 31 View Text
A30898 The possibility and necessity of the inward immediate revelation of the spirit of God towards the foundation and ground of true faith, proved in a letter write [sic] in Latine, to a person of quality in Holland; and now also put into English. By R.B. Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. 1686 (1686) Wing B732; ESTC R214887 15,587 34 View Text
A76698 The apostolical and true opinion concerning the Holy Trinity, revived and asserted partly by twelve arguments levied against the traditional and false opinion about the Godhead of the Holy Spirit. Partly by a confession of faith touching the Three Persons. Both which having been formerly set forth, were much altered and augmented, with explications of Scripture, and with reasons: and finally, with testimonies of the Fathers, and of others. All reprinted, anno 1653. By John Bidle, M.A. And now again with the life of the author prefixed, anno Dom. 1691. Biddle, John, 1615-1662.; Irenaeus, Saint, Bishop of Lyon. 1691 (1691) Wing B2868B; ESTC R211856 15,790 16 View Text
A31658 A seasonable word and call to all those called ranters or libertines through-out the three nations, to come into the true faith and pure fear of the Lord ... written ... by John Chandler ... Chandler, John, 17th cent. 1659 (1659) Wing C1928; ESTC R19405 15,876 20 View Text
A32902 A testimony to the fulfilling the promise of God relating to such women who through the pouring out of Gods Spirit upon them are become prophetesses, daughters, and handmaidens and their prophecying, teaching, preaching,and praying through the operation of the Spirit of Christ, in the church proved lawfully by several plain Scripture testimonies and examples, out of both the Old and New Testaments, both under the time of the Law and also in the Gospel despensation, and the common objection alleged against the same from the Apostle Pauls words in I Cor. 14, 34 and I Tim. 2, 12 &c. clearly answered : recommended to the consciences of all that value the testimony of Holy Scripture / by one who hath diligently searched the Scripture, and hath had an high esteem thereof from his youth, Thomas Camm. Camm, Thomas, 1641-1707. 1689 (1689) Wing C396A; ESTC R5431 15,913 20 View Text
A49464 A sermon preached before His Majesty at Whitehall March 27th 1664 by ... B. Lord Bishop of Lincoln.; Sermons. Selections Laney, Benjamin, 1591-1675. 1665 (1665) Wing L348; ESTC R17615 15,955 41 View Text
A35136 Truth's principles: or, Those things about doctrine and worship, which are most surely believed and received amongst the people of God, called Quakers viz. concerning the man Christ, his sufferings, death, resurrection, faith in his blood, the imputation of his righteousness, sanctification, justification &c. Written, to stop the mouth of clamour, and to inform all who desire to know the truth as it is in Jesus; by the servant of the Lord, John Crook. To which is added, somewhat concerning the difference between the perswasions of reason, and the perswasions of faith. Crook, John, 1617-1699.; Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. 1662 (1662) Wing C7217; ESTC R204876 16,180 24 View Text
A75767 Davids enemies discovered. VVho of him make songs, but without the Spirit and without understanding, as the drunkard did which he declares of in Psal. 69.12. Or, a true discovery of that custome and forme which the priests of this generation would make an ordinance of, to blind the eyes of the simple, as this priest Clapham: in his 6 arguments, which is here answered, / by us who suffer for the truth, whose names according to the flesh are [brace] Christopher Atkinson. George Whitehead. Also a brief reply unto Frederick Woodall's three principles and resolves; and with replies to his answers, to several queries propounded to him, that to the simple the truth may be cleared, from one who for the captivated seeds sake suffers now in outward bonds in Norwitch Castle, whose name in the flesh is Richard Hubberthorne. Atkinson, Christopher.; Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.; Hubberthorn, Richard, 1628-1662. 1655 (1655) Wing A4126; Thomason E830_10; ESTC R202144 16,205 23 View Text
A30539 Satans designs defeated ... Burrough, Edward, 1634-1662. 1659 (1659) Wing B6022; ESTC R14163 16,232 20 View Text
A50496 A brief account of the most material passages between those called Quakers and Baptists at the Barbican-meeting, London, the 9th of the 8th moneth, 1674 / published for information by W. Mead ... [] citizens there present, from the best collection they could make by writing and memory ; also a copy of the charges against Thomas Hicks ; with a letter from a sober Baptist-preacher to Jeremy Ives upon the account of that meeting. Mead, William, 1628-1713.; Penn, William, 1644-1718. 1674 (1674) Wing M1565; ESTC R29519 16,320 46 View Text
A64013 Two letters concerning the Holy Trinity reconciling together in some measure the semi-Arian and the Trinitarian systems, concerning Christ's divinity, and inquiring, whether the term persons, speaking of God, shou'd be impos'd in acts of church-communion : to be offered to the consideration of the learned, in order to their giving their opinion and reasons concerning the things herein mentioned. 1680 (1680) Wing T3456; ESTC R38384 16,482 18 View Text
A48300 Something by way of testimony concerning Clement Lake of Crediton in Devonshire with something he wrote in his life time by way of answer unto John Flavell, independent preacher of Dartmouth. Lake, CLement, d. 1689.; Flavel, John, 1630?-1691. 1692 (1692) Wing L186; ESTC R32449 16,488 34 View Text
A47178 A sermon preach'd at the parish-church of St. Helen's, London, May the 19th, 1700 by George Keith. Keith, George, 1639?-1716. 1700 (1700) Wing K211; ESTC R18917 16,538 34 View Text
A60617 The Baptists sophistry discovered in a brief answer to a late pamphlet entituled The Quakers subterfuge or evasion overturned : wherein all people may plainly see ... / by William Smith. Smith, William, d. 1673. 1673 (1673) Wing S4289; ESTC R34257 16,696 24 View Text