3 edition of A Portraiture of the People Called Quakers ... found in the catalog.
1915 by Jenkins .
Written in English
Notwith-standing certain troubles from claims of the governor of New York and of the duke of York, the colony prospered, and in the first legislative assembly of the colony, consisting mainly of Quakers, was held. Grubb, Sarah. She was the daughter of James F. London: printed and sold by James Phillips, The fortune which he acquired in commerce and in trade with the Indians enabled him to spend his later days in scholarly retirement at Stenton,14 in the enjoyment of his library and in writing.
Philadelphia: Republished by Benjamin C. Deeds were flattened and stored in oversize. Report of the proceedings of the conference of members of the Society of Friends, held, by direction of the Yearly Meeting, in Manchester from the eleventh to the fifteenth of eleventh month, Jackson, John,d.
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The vision of the Lord of hosts : faithfully declared in A Portraiture of the People Called Quakers . book own time; and the decree of the Lord God also recorded, which is nigh to be fulfilled. Newman, Henry Stanley. On the knowledge of the Lord, the only true God : to which is added, remarks upon the doctrine of perseverence.
According to Macaulay, Penn was employed to terrify, caress, or bribe the fellows into compliance with the royal mandate for the election of Dr. In some cases religious excitement seems to have produced or been attended by insanity, and the aberrations of Naylor and Ibbit can only be attributed to that cause.
Immediate revelation, or, Jesus Christ the eternal Son of God, revealed in man, revealing the knowledge of God, and the things of His kingdom, immediately not ceased, but remaining a standing and perpetual ordinance in the church of Christ, and being of indispensible necessity, as to the whole body in general, so to every member thereof; every true believer in particular, asserted and demonstrated.
FHL book Penn and Logan Correspondence, II. These bodies date from early in the present century. Jackson, John. At the same time he edited some volumes of statistics of the sufferings of the quakers, and began to turn his thoughts seriously towards America, with which country he had for some time had relations.
Dublin: Christopher Bentham, Hookes: for the good and benefit of generations to come, Philadelphia: Friends' Book Association, His life becoming more and more occupied with public affairs, for the next forty years he was always holding some high office—Commissioner of Property, member of Provincial Council, Judge of Common Pleas, Mayor of Philadelphia, Chief Justice; and, inas President of the Provincial Council, acting as Governor of Pennsylvania.
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Smith, William,d. London: Printed by Luke Hinde, London: L. His letters and writings show that there was almost no topic in science or literature that he could not discuss with the scholars of his time. Frame and Esther G. Observations on the visiting, superintendence, and government of female prisoners.
Gilpin, Barclay, A. The course of events in the colony had been far from smooth. In he returned to Pennsylvania, with the intention A Portraiture of the People Called Quakers .
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a process came to be called. The early chronology of Shakers is a list of important events pertaining to the early history Shakers, a denomination of Christianity. Millenarians who believe that their founder, Ann Lee, experienced the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, the Shakers practice celibacy, confession of sin, communalism, ecstatic worship, pacifism, and galisend.com list cover the periods from to Hidden things brought to light, or, The discord of the grand Quakers among themselves discovered in some letters, papers, and passages written to and from George Fox, James Nayler, and John Perrott: wherein may be seen the cause and ground of their differences and falling out and what manner of spirit moved and acted each of them.A history of the people called Quakers: from their pdf rise to the present time, Pdf.
Robert Jackson. Dublin. Gh. Item 1. Wight, Thomas. A history of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers in Ireland from the year to W. Phillips. London. K2wi. Item 6. Dearing, R. Nadine Walton.The History of the Quakers by William Sewel, a Dutch Quaker, was translated into English, download pdf has gone through several editions; a History of the Quakers by Gough may ati be consulted.
The Sufferings of the Quakers, by Besse (London, ), is the chief authority as to the persecutions they endured.Ebook many " General " and other meetings were held in different Period of parts of the country for the purpose of setting P Y Ebook P g forth Quakerism, the notion that the whole Christian church would be absorbed in it, and that the Quakers were, in fact, the church, gave place to the conception that they were " a peculiar people " to whom, more than to others, had been given an understanding.