The Plain Path to Christian Perfection, Shewing That we Are to Seek for Reconciliation and Union with God, Solely by Renouncing Ourselves, Denying the World, and Following our Blessed Savior, in the Regeneration
Translated by Anthony Benezet.
"The treatise of which the following is an extract, was written in the German language about two hundred and fifty years ago, and since translated into the French." -Preface
Wherein the deceit of the said W.N. is father manifested; his many abuses of the people call'd Quakers detected; and the genuine sense of their writers asserted; against his gross and palpable perversions of them.
A Light Shining out of Darkness, or, Occasional Queries Submitted to the Judgment of Such as Would Enquire into the True State of Things in our Times
Sometimes attributed to Sir Henry Vane (1613-1662)
Henry Stubbe (1632-1676)
3rd edition, 230 pages
Truth's Innocency and Simplicity Shining through the Conversion ... (With the Long and Patient Sufferings) of that Ancient and Faithful Minister and Servant of Jesus Christ
First few pages partially missing. Numbers 97-104 are skipped in the page numbering. The group of 54 pages are inserted between p. 130 and 131.
351, 54 pages ; 21 cm
The Testimony of Truth Exalted: By the Collected Labours of that Worthy man, Good Scribe, and Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, Samuel Fisher who Died a Prisoner for the Testimony of Jesus and Word of God
Samuel Fisher, Luke Howard, William Penn, and Ellis Hookes
Contents: The scorned Quakers true and honest account --The scorned Quakers second account of his second attempt to give testimony to the truth of Jesus --The burden of the Word of the Lord to the people at Lydd --To the Parliament of England and the several members thereof -- Rusticus ad academico, therusticks alarum to the rabbics -- An additional appendix to Rusticus ad academicos -- Christ's light springing, arising up, shining forth and displaying itself throw the whole world -- One antidote more against that provoking sin of swearing -- Supplementum sublatum -- Velata quaedam revelata --Thebishop busied beside the business.
Includes "A testimony concerning Samuel Fisher" by Luke Howard, "William Penn's testimony concerning Samuel Fisher," and "The epistle to the reader," by Ellis Hookes.
Includes index. Numerous errors in pagination.
A Testimony Concerning the Life, Trials, Travels, and Labours of Edward Burrough: That Worthy Prophet for the Word of God; in the City of London, the Fourteenth of the Twelfth Month, 1662
886 pages, 30 cm. Missing several pages.
John, to all Gods Imprisoned People for his Names-Sake, Wheresoever upon the Face of the Earth, Salutation
8 pages, 19 cm