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Crifp; containing alfo a lournal of bis Life, giving an Account of his Convincement, Travels, Labours and Sufferings in and for the iruth. price 5s.
Truth's Innocency and Simplicity thining, through the Converfion, Gospel-Miniftry, Labours, Epiftles of Love, Teftimonies and Warnings, to Profeflors and Profane (with the Long and Patient Sufferings) of that Ancient and Faithful Minifter and Servant of Jesus Chrift, Thomas Taylor. price bound 5 s.
The Memory of the Righteous revived, being a Collection of the Books and written Epiftles of John Camm and Fobn Audland; together with several Teftimonies relating to those two faithful Labourers. p, 25.
The defign of Chriftianity teftified, in the Books, Epiffles, and Manufcripts, of that Ancient and faithful Servant of Chrift Jefus, Fobn Crook, who departed this Life the 26 th Day of the 2d Month, 1699. in the Eighty-fecond Year of his age. price 3 s. 6 d.
A Collection of the writings and Epiftles of our ancient deceased Friend John Vbitebead, price 3s.
Sion's Travellers comforted, and the Difobedient Warned. In a Collection of Books and Epiftles of that Faithful Minifter of Jefus Chrift Charles Marfbal, price 3 s
A Collection of the Chriftian writings Labours, Travels and Sufferings, of that faithful and approved Minifter of Jefus Chrift, Roger Hadock with an account of his Death and Burial. price bound is 9d. An Apology for the true Chriftian Divinity, as the fame is held Forth and Preached by the People, called in Scorn Quakers; Being a Full Examination and Vindication of their Principle and Doctrines, by many arguments, deduced from Scripture and right Reafon, and the Teftimonies of Famous Authors, both ancient and Modern, with a full Answer to the frongeft Objections ufually made against them. By Robert Barclay. the Fifth Edition in English. price bound 4 s.
Robert Barclay's Apology Tranflated into French, for the Information of Strangers. prices.
New England Judged, In two Parts. Firft, Containing a Brief Relation of the Sufferings of the People called Quakers in New England, from the Time of their firft Arrival there, in the Year 1656, to the Year 1660. Wherein their Mercilefs Whippings, Chainings, Finings, Imprisonings, Starvings, Burning in the Hand, Cutting off Ears, and putting to Death, with divers other Cruelties, inflicted upon the Bodies of Innocent Men and Women, only for Confcience-fake, are briefly defcribed. Second Part, being a farther Relation of the cruel Sufferings of the People called Quakers in New England, continued from Anno 166, to Anno 1665. Beginning with the Sufferings of William Leddra, whom they put to Death. Publifhed by George Bihop, in Anno 1661 and 1667. and now fome-what abreviated. with an Appendix, containing the Writing of feveral of the Sufferers; with fome Notes, fhewing the Accomplishment of their Prophecies, and a Poftfcript of the Judgments of God, that have befallen divers of their Perfecutors. Also, an Anfmer to Cotton Mather's abufes of the faid People, in his late Hißory of New England, printed anno 1702. price 5 3. Vindicia Veritatis: Or an Occafional Defence of the Principles and
Practices of the People called Quakers: In Answer to a Treatife of John Stillingfleet's, mifcalled, Seafonable Advice concerning Quakerifm, &c. By Dasiel Phillips, M. D. price 1 s. 6 d.
Two Treatifes of Thomas Lawfon's Deceased. The First A Mite into the Treafury, being a word to Artifs, efpecially Heptatechnifts, the Profe ars of the Seven Liberal Arts: Shewing what is therein owned by the People call'd Quakers, and what is denied by them with feveral other things touch. ing the Divinity of the Heathen, and School-titles, Habits, Degrees, &c. The Second, a Treatife relating to the Call, Work and Wages of the Minifters of Chrift and Antichrift. price 1 s. 6 d.
Piety Promoted, in a Collection of the Dying Sayings of many of the People called Quikers. with a Brief account of fome of their Labours in the Gospel, and fufferings for the fame. In three Parts by John Tomkins. price.
bound is. each Part.
A Catechism and Confeffion of Faith. by Robert Barclay. price gd. Fruits of Retirement; or Mifcellaneous Poems, Moral and Divine: Being fome Letters, Contemplations, &c. written on Variety of Subje&s; By N. Molineux, late of Leverpool, deceafed. price 1 s. 6 d.
Truth Prevalent; and the Quakers discharged from the Norfolk Rector's Furious Charge. In a Sober Anfwer to their Book, falfly ftiled, The Principles of the Quakers further fhewn to be Blasphemous and Seditious: By thefe thus remarked Authors, viz. Edward Beckam, D.D. Rectorof Graton-Thorp; Henry Meriton, M. A. Rector of Oxborough, Lancaster T pcliff L. L. B. Rector of Huckwall; Norfolk Upon due Examination Anfwered, by G. Whitehead. price 2 s.
A Light Shining out of Darkness: Or, Occafional Queries, ubmitted to the Fudgment of fuch as would enquire into the true State of things in our Times. the whole Work revifed by the Author, the Proof's Englished and augmented, with fundry Material Difcourfes concerning the Miniftry, Separ tion, Inspiration, Scriptures, Humane Learning, Oubs, Tithes, &c. with a brief Apology for the Quakers, that they are not inconfiftent with Magiftracy. by an indifferent but Learned Hand, the 3d. Edit. pr. 15. 61.
God's Protecting Providence, Man's fureft Help and Defence, in Times of the greatest Difficulty, and most eminent Danger. Evidenced in the Remarkable Deliverance of Robert Barrow, with divers other Persons, from the devouring Waves of the Sea, among which they fuffered Shipwrack: and alfo, from the cruel Devouring Faws of the Inhumane Canibals of Florida. Faithfully related by one of the Perfons concerned therein, J. Dickenfon. 84.
A Scripture Catchifm for Children, by Ambrofe Rigge. price B. 6d. Truth's Vindication; or, a gentle Stroke to wipe off the foul Afperfions, falfe Accufations and Mifrepresentations, caft upon the People of God, called Quakers, both with refpe&t to their Principle, and their way of profelyting people over to them. price bound 1 s.
A brief Teftimony to the great Duty of Prayer; fhewing the Nature and Benefit thereof; to which is added, many Eminent and Select Inftances of God's Anfwer to Prayer: Collected out of the Record of Holy Scriptures, by F. T. one of the People called Quakers. With a Poftfcript by F. F. The Second Edition, with Additions. p. 6 d. The Peor Mechanick's Plea, against the Rich Clergy's Oppreffion:
Jhewing Tithes are no Gospel-Ministers Maintenance: In a brif and Plain Method, bow that Tithes, (as now paid) are both Ineonfiftent with the Depen fation of the Law, and Difpenfation of the Gospel. also how they were brought into the Church many Hundred Years after Chrift, and teftified a gainst by feveral ancient Chriftians and Martyrs. with feveral fober Reasons against the payment of them, By J: Bockett., price 3 d
Academia Cæleftis: The Heavenly University; or, the Higheft School, where alone is that Highest teaching, the teaching of the Heart. By Francis Roufe, fome time Provoft of Eaton Colledge. A Treatise written above threescore Tears fince. the third Edition, Revised and Compared with the Latin, price 1 S.
A Differtation of the Small Pox, by Daniel Phillips, at his Commencing Doctor of Phyfick in the University of Leyden in Holland, in the Year 1696. tranflated by T. E. price 9 d
Mercy covering the Judgment Seat; and Life and Light Triumphing over Death and Darkness: In the Lord's Tender Vifitation, and Wonderful Deliverance, of One that Sat in Darkness, and in the Region and Shadow of Death. Witneffed unto in certain Epiftles and Papers of living Experience. by Richard Claridge. price 6 d.
Lux Evangelica Atteftata. Or a further Teftimony to the fufficiency of the Light within. Being a Reply to George Keith's Cenfure, in his Bock, intituled, An account of the Quakers Politicks, upon certain paffages in my Book, intituled, Mercy covering the Judgment-leat, &c. For the clearing of Truth from G. K's Mifreprefentations, and fatisfying of fober Enquirers into the true ftate of the Controverfie between us. by R. Claridge. 1s.
Anguis Flagellatus; or a Switch for the Snake. Be ng an answer to the third and left Edition of the Snake in the Grafs, wherein the Author's Injustice and Falfhood, both in Quotation and Story, are discovered and obvi ated; and the Truth Doctrinally delivered by us, fated and maintained in oppofition to his Mifreprefentation and Perversion. By Jofeph Wyeth, 10 which is added, A Supplement, by G. W. price 4 s.
The Clergy-Man's Pretence of Divine Right to. Tithes, Examined and Refuted. Being a full answer to W. W's Fourth Letter, in his Book, Intituled, The Clergy s Legal Right to Tithes aflerted. By 1. Gratton. 6d.
ATreatife concerning Baptifm and the Lord's Supper. Shewing that the true Difciples of Chrift are fent to Baptife Men into the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghoft; for the carrying on of which, Christ is with them, and will be, to the End of the World. alfo a few words concerning the Lord's Supper; fhewing, that thofe that Sup with him, are in bis Kingdom. By John Gratton price 9 d.
A Brief Concordance of the Names and attributes. with fundry Texts, Relating unto our Bleed Lord and Saviour Fefus Chrift. Colle&ed out of the Scriptures by John Tomkins. price 4 d.
A brief Apology in behalf of the People called Quakers. written for the Information of our fober and well-inclined Neighbours in and about the town of Warminster in the county of Wilts. By W. Chandler. A. P yot. J. Hodges. and fome others. price 6 d.
The Saints Travel to Spiritual Canaan; wherein are difcovered feveral falfe Refts, fhort of the true spiritual coming of Christ in his People, with * 3 a brief
brief Dife very of what the coming of Chrift in Spirit is, who is the alone True Reft and center of Spirits. By R. Wilkenfon. the fecond Edit. pr. 15.
The Pibility and Neceffity of the Immediate Revelationof the Spirit of God, towards the Foundation and Ground of true Faith proved, In a Letter writ in Latin to the Heer Paets; and now put into Englife By R. Barclay. price 3 d
A Plain account of certain Chriftian Experiences, Labours, Services, and Sufferings, of that Ancient Servant, and Minifter of Chrift, Roger Hebden. containing both warning, Confolation, and Inftruction in Rigeseaufnefs. price 6 d.
Judas and the chief Priests conspiring to betray Chrift and bis Followers: Or, an Apoftate convicted, and ruth Defended. In answer to George Keith's Fourth (Palfe, Partial) Narrative of bis Proceedings at TurnersHall against the Quakers) c. By J. Whiteing. price 2 s. 6 d.
The Arraignment of Popery. Being a Collection taken out of the Chronicles, and other Books of the ftate of the Church in the primitive Times. I. The ftate of the Papift, how long it was before the Universal Pope and Mafs was fet up; and the bringing in of Rudiments, Traditions, Beads, Images, Purgatory, Tythes and Inquifitions. II. A Relation of the Cruelties they acted after the Pope got up, being worse than Turk and Heathen; New Rome proving like Old. III. What the People of England worshipped before they were Chriftians. IV. To which is added, the Blood of the Martyrs is the Seed of the Church. With feveral other things, very profitable for all that Fear God to read, try, and give judgment by the Spirit of Truth against the Worship of the Beaft and Whore. price bound 1 s, 6 d.
The peoples Antient and juft Liberties Afferted, in the Tryal of william Penn, and William Mead, at the Seffions held at the Old Baily, in London, the Firft, Third, Fourth and Fifth of Sept. MDCLXX. a gainst the most arbitrary Procedure of that Court. price 4 d.
The Spirit of the Martyrs Revived, in a brief compendious Collection of the most Remarkabe l'affages and Living Teftimonies of the true Church, Seed of God, and Faithful Martyrs in all Ages. contained in feveral Ec clefiaftical Hiftories and Chronological Accounts of the Succefion of the true Church from the Creation, the Times of the Fathers Patriarchs, Prophers, Chrift and bis Apoftles. price 3 s.
The Trial of Spirits both in Teachers and Hearers, wherein is held forth, the clear Discovery and certain Downfal of the Carnal and Antichriftian Clergy of thefe Nations. Teftified from the word of God, to the Univerfity Congregations in Cambridge, whereunto is added, a Plain and Neceffery Confutation of divers grofs Errors delivered by Mr. Sydrach Sympfon, is
Sermon Preached to the fame Congregation at the Commencement, AKI MDCLII. by W. Dell, Minifter of the Gofpel, and Mafter of Gonvil. and Caius Colledge in Cambridge. price bound 1 s. 6 d.
A few Queries relating to the Practice of Phyfick,with Remarks upon fome of them.by H.Chamberlen, Phyfician in Ordinary to King Charles.is.
A Diurnal Speculum; containing, I. A plain and eafie Merbod to find out those things that are most useful to be known Yearly; and may serve as an Almanack of Thirty Years; and many other things suitable to the Matter,
&c. II. An Explanation of weights, Money and Measures, both Scriptural and Ufual, with fundry Tables dep nding thereon, &c. III. Some Remarks on England; or a brief Account of every County, with the Names and Days of the Markets, and the chief Commodities therein, &c. The whole confifting of great Variety. explained by divers Examples, the like in all particulars not extant; as by the Contents does more at large appear. Collected by F. Bockett. price bound 1 s. 6d.
Dagon's fall before the Ark, written Primarily, as a Teftimony for the Lord, his Wifdom, Creation, Products of his Power, ufeful and Neceflary Knowledge, Capacitating people for the concerns of this Life. Secondarily, As a Teftimony againft the Old Serpent, his foolishness with God, his Arts, Inventions, Comedies, or Interludes, Tragedies; Lafcivious Poems, Frivolous Fables, Spoiling Philofophy, taught in Chriftians Schools, wherein, as in a glafs, Teachers in Schools and Colledges may fee their concern, neither Chriftian nor Warrant able. BaTTiluarozia Or, a Treatile concerning Baptifms. where unto is added, a difcourfe concerning the Supper, Bread and Wine, called alfo Communion, by 1b.mas Lawfon. price bound 1 s. 6d.
Inftructions for right Spelling, and plain directions for Reading and Writing true English. with feveral delightful things, very Useful and Necellary, both for Young and Old to read and learn. price bound 6d.
A New Book for Children to learn in, with many wholesome Meditations for them to confider. with Directions for true Spelling, and the Ground of true Reading and Writing of true English. price 3 d.
Inftructions for Children and others: by way of Queftion and Answer Demonftrating to them, how they may come to know God and Jefus Chrift, whom to know is Life Eternal. by S. Hunt. price 3 d.
A fhort Work but of greateft Concern. by William Tomlinfon. p. 3d. The Friendly Enquirer's Doubts and Objections answered: concerning the Light within, the word of God, the Church of Chrift, Gofpel Minifters, Ordinances in General and in Particular, Water Baptifm, and the Lord's Supper: Together with a brief Teftimony againft Oaths and Tithes, firft intended and written for the Satisfaction of fome Particular Acquaintance; and now published for more General Service, by James Fackson. price bound 6 d.
The Spiritual Guide, which dif-intangles the Soul, and brings it by the inward way, to the getting of perfect Contemplation, and the Rich Treasure of Internal Peace. written by Dr Michael de Molinos, Tranflated from the Italian Copy. price bound 9 d.
A Call to Chriftendom. In an Earnest Expoftulation with her, to prepare for the great and Notable day of the Lord that is at the Door. By w. Penn the Third Edition. price 3 d.
Tender Councel and Advice, by way of Epistle to all those who are Senfible of their day of Vifitation, and who have received the call of the Lord, by the Light and Spirit of his SON in their Hearts, to par take of the great Salvation. By w. Penn. the Third Edition. price 3 d. A Teftimony to the Truth of God, as held by the People called Quakers: being a fhort Vindication of them, from Abufes and Misrepre