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Early Quaker writings, 1650-1700. Edited by Hugh Barbour and Arthur O. Roberts.

; Roberts, Arthur O., compiler
Grand Rapids, Eerdmans [1973] .
ISBN 080283423X, 9780802834232

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman stacks
BX 7615 .B34 Available Request
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BXZ 7615 .B23 E3 Missing
Lauinger stacks
BX7615 .B34 Available Request
Other Authors Roberts, Arthur O.,
Subjects Quakers.
Society of Friends.
Description 622 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Part A: Tracts to proclaim the day of visitation -- Fox's message to a professing Puritan -- Local memories of Quaker beginnings in Northwestern England -- Early friends in Puritan eyes: Francis Higginson's The irreligion of the Northern Quakers -- Charles Marshall on the Brostol Mass meetings of 1654-55 -- The rise of London Quakerism: William Crouch's Posthuma Christiana -- Edward Burrough: The visitation of the rebellious nation of Ireland -- William Dewbury's true prophecy of the mighty day of the Lord -- James Nayler: the lamb's war -- Quaker martyrology: the visitation of Massachusetts: sections from Joseph Besse: a collection of the sufferings; George Bishop: Ne England judged; Marmaduke Stephenson: a call from death to life; and Edward Burrough, a declaration of the sad and great persecution -- The vision of HUmphrey Smith concerning London -- The beginnings of Quaker historiography: Fox's fragments.
Part B: Journals of lives led by the Light -- The convincement and establishment of Richard Hubberthorne -- Letters reporting ministry as material for later journals: James Parnell, Letter to Borrough and Hogwill -- Posthumous testimony: Stephen Crisp's testimony concerning James Parnell -- Francis Hogwill: The inheritance of Jacob -- The journal of John Banks -- Stephen Crisp's journal -- The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood -- Isaac Penington's pilgrimage and letters of counsel.
Part C: Truth defended -- Saul's errand to Damascus: the trial of Fox and Nayler -- The Quaker's Catechism debate: round 1, Richard Baxter versus Nayler -- George Fox's great mistery of the great whore unfolded -- The controversy with Baxter: later rounds -- Edward Burrough's declaration of all the world of our faith -- Samuel Fisher's Apokrypta Apokalypta on eschatology -- Robert Barclay's Catechism and confession of faith.
Part D: Quaker life as testimony -- Thomas Aldam: false prophets and false teachers -- Edward Burrough's message of instruction to rulers -- Isaac Pennington: concerning persecution -- Quaker appeals to rulers: Elizabeth Hooton to Noah Bullock at Derby -- Direct appeals by Quakers to Magistrates: Camm and Hogwill visit Cromwell -- A Quaker petition: "to the Parliament of his Commonwealth" -- Theocratic perpectives on contemporary history: a noble salutation ... unto Charles Stuart by George Fox "the younger" -- George Fox's statements on the Peace Testimony -- Edward Billing's mite of affection: a political platform -- "The concessions and agreements of West New Jersey" -- George Fox's warning to all the merchants in London -- Fox's line of righteousness: Quaker life as testimony -- Thomas Ellwood's Speculum Saeculi: the Quaker as poet -- William Penn's one project for the good of England -- John beller's proposals for raising a college of industry.
Part E: The true church restored -- The sharing of Quaker life through letters: James Nayler to Margaret Fell -- Moral discipline: Thomas Adlam, letter to Margaret Fell -- Arranging for publishing the earliest Quaker tracts: Thomas Adlam, letter to Amor Stoddart -- The "Kendal Fund" for aid to Quaker preachers traveling or jailed: George Taykor, letter to Margaret Fell -- The mutual confimation of "leadings" in the discipline of its refusal: Barbara Blaugdone, Letter to George Fox -- Direct Confrontation -- Disownment and friends' dissociation from Nayler's Disgrace -- George Fox's epistles to Quaker groups and to Quaker ministers and to Amsterdam friends -- George Fox's sermon at Wheeler Street, London -- Robert Barclay's anarchy of the ranters -- John Crook's epistle to young people -- Yearly meeting epistles -- Geroge Whitehead's "Christian Doctrine" -- Margaret Fell's last epistle to friends -- Appednix.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)695243
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Barbour, Hugh,
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