Title: Some remarks upon a book, entitled, Christ's lambs defended against Satan's rage, &c.: Being the Quakers answer to The Quakers unmask'd &c. : In a letter to E.S., Esq.
Author: A. C.
Publication info: London : Printed for J. Gwillim ... and R. Baldwin ..., 1691.
subjects: [Society of Friends -- England] [Whitehead, George, -- 1636?-1723. -- Christ's lamb defended against Satan's rage] [Pennyman, John, -- 1628-1706. -- Quakers unmasked]
Title: A warning to the inhabitants of England, and London in particular for so it rise often in my heart to write, even a warning that the inhabitants might hear and fear the judgments of the Lord, that are ready to fall upon this nation speedily, unless they repent of the evil of their doings, and return from their iniquities, that God may yet shew mercy upon this poor nation. By M.A.
Author: Adams, Mary, fl. 1652-1676.
Publication info: [London : s.n], Printed in the year, 1676.
subjects: [Quakers -- Early works to 1800] [Repentance -- Early works to 1800]
Title: An answer to a book, titled, Quakers principles quaking: subscribed by the name of one Ralph Hale, with an epistle (so called) to the reader, subscribed with the name of one Zachariah Crofton. A principle of darkness, deceit, and confusion in Ralph Hale, and his fellow labourer in Sathans work Zachariah Crofton, is discovered by the Quakers principle, and the Quakers principle doth stand against the power of darkness, and all the false principles in the world, them to discover and lay open. The book was said to be modestly propounded by Ralph Hale, but in it I found so many lies, slanders, and false accusations, with confused, vain, and frivolous words, as many of them is not worth mentioning; yet, lest the author should boast in his mischief, I shall lay down somthing in answer to some few of them, in respect of the number of them.
Author: Addamson, William, 17th cent.
Publication info: London, : Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the Black Spread-Eagle, near the west end of Pauls, 1656.
subjects: [Hale, Ralph. -- Quakers principles quaking -- Early works to 1800] [Crofton, Zachary, 1625 or 6-1672 -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A strange prophecie presented to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, by a woman-Quaker (all in white) called Ahivah. With her petition and proposals for the saints liberties, to our gracious Lord and Sovereign King Charles; and a declaration of the Quakers, touching His Royal Majesties reign within those his realms and dominions
Publication info: London : printed for Aaron Banaster, 1660.
subjects: [Society of Friends -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The grand errour of the Quakers detected and confuted Shewing how they contradict God's method of directing men to salvation by following that light within which comes by outward teaching, by their directing them to seek it by following that light within which is wrought without external teaching by the scriptures or by men. Wherein those beings are considered likewise, which have betrayed them into delusion. By W.A.
Author: Allen, William, d. 1686.
Publication info: London : printed for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops-Head in St Paul's Church-Yard, 1680.
subjects: [Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: An answer to a late pamphlet, called A Sober dialogue, between a Scotch Presbyterian a London church-man, and a real Quaker, scandalously reflecting on the Church of England as if her doctrine and common-prayer did justifie the antichristian doctrine, of the real Quaker, viz. that the light within, whither in heathen, or Christian is sufficient to salvation without anything else; wherein the plain deism and antichristian principles of the real Quaker and his party, and the pretended church man, are plainly detected. By a friend to the author of the dialogue, called, a Sober dialogue, between a country friend, a London friend, and one of G.K.'s friends.
Publication info: London : printed for Sam. Clark in George-yard in Lombard-street, 1698/9 [i.e. 1699]
subjects: [Sober dialogue -- Controversial literature] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: An Answer to a scandalous paper, wherein were some queries given to be answered. And likewise, therein is found many lies and slanders, and false accusations against those people whom he (and the world) calls Quakers. Dated from Dorchester in New-England, August 17. 1655. subscribed, Edward Breck, which was directed to a people at Rainforth in Lancashire, which he calls, A church of Christ. The truth is cleared of his scandalls, lies, and slanders, and he found to bee a reproacher of the Church of Christ. His paper and quæries answered by those people called, Quakers.
Publication info: London, : Printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black Spread-Eagle neer the west end of Pauls., 1656.
subjects: [Breck, Edward. -- To the Church of Christ at Rainforth -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: An answer to a seditious libel, called, A declaration from the people of God, called Quakers, &c. Wherein is discovered, that their meetings are seditious conventicles, and that they are not clear from dangerous practises against church and realm.
Publication info: London, : [s.n.], printed (with allowance,) anno Dom. 1670.
Title: The sword of the Lord dravvn, and furbished against the man of sin: or Something in answer to a paper set forth by three of the chief priests of London, whose names are Thomas Goodwine, and one Nye, and Sydrach Sympson, which they have put forth to the propagating of the Gospel, signed by him that is the clerk of the Parl. whose name is Henry Scobell, with their deceits and deceitfull actings laid open and cleared from Scripture, that they have no example in Scripture for their practice. Therefore I was moved by the Lord God of life to lay open their deceit by the spirit of truth, as it was made manifest in me from the Lord, that the simple might not be deceived by them, but might have the knowledge of the truth, from that which is for ever, and shall not change nor fade away.
Author: Atkinson, Christopher.
Publication info: London : Printed, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert; at the sign of the Black-spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls., 1654.
subjects: [Goodwin, Thomas, 1600-1680. -- Principles of faith] [Quakers -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800] [Freedom of religion -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The weapons of the people called Quakers turn'd backward, by the shield of truth ; the fountain whereof is the rock and sure defence of that despised contemptible instrument
Author: Atkinson, Elizabeth.
Publication info: [London : s.n.], Printed in the year 1669.
subjects: [Quakers -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Society of Friends -- England -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A true declaration of the suffering of the innocent, who is hated and persecuted without a cause. Wherein is discovered the zeale of the magistrates and people of Banbury, persecuting and imprisoning them that are sent of the Lord in love to their souls to warn them of the evill of their wayes. Declared in a letter sent to William Allen, called justice of peace, with an answer to the false accusations charged upon the innocent. Also their proceedings laid open, and proved to be contrary to the Scriptures.
Author: Audland, Anne, 1626 or 7-1705.
Publication info: London, : Printed, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert at the sign of the Black Spread-Eagle at the west-end of Pauls, 1655.
subjects: [Audland, Anne, 1626 or 7-1705] [Society of Friends -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- England -- Banbury -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The strength and power of God manifested (in the creatures weakness) against the hard judgment and judgments of cruel and unreasonable minded men ...
Author: Baker, Richard, d. 1697.
Publication info: [London : s.n., 1660?]
subject: [Quakers -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: John Plimpton's ten charges against the people, call'd Quakers, briefly answer'd.:
Author: Beaven, Thomas, fl. 1720.
Publication info: Bristol : Printed by Will. Bonny, for the author, 1696.
Title: An answer to a Quakers seventeen heads of queries, containing in them seventy-seven questions. Wherein sundry scriptures out of the prophets and apostles are cleared: the maintenance of ministers by tithes is by scripture fullly [sic] vindicated: several cases of conscience are resolved: several points of Christian religion are confirmed; parochial churches, and the practises of some things in these our English churches are throughly justified: the Grand Antichrist with the heretical antichrists are decyphered and parallelled. By John Bewick minister of the Gospel, and rector of the parish church of Stanhop in Weredale in the county of Durham.
Author: Bewick, John, d. 1671.
Publication info: London : printed by T.R. for Andrew Crook at the sign of the Green Dragon in Pauls Church-yard, 1660.
subjects: [Emerson, William, -- Quaker -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A rejoinder consisting of two parts, the first entituled, The ballance, or, A vindication of the proceedings and judgement of Parliament and their ministers, in the cases of William (called lord) Craven, Christopher Love. : From the scandalous allegations and ironical reflections of Ralph Farmer ... in a late infamous libel of his, named, The imposter dethron'd, etc. ... Wherein the Commonwealth's case as to the one is briefly stated, and the treasons of the other are rehearsed as a looking-glass for the priests, and an awakening to England. : The second, Evil scattered from the throne, and the wheel brought over the wicked: in an examination of that part of The imposter dethron'd as is in way of reply to The throne of truth exalted, etc.
Author: Bishop, George, d. 1668.
Publication info: London, : Printed for Thomas Simmons, at the Bull and Mouth neer Aldersgate, 1658.
subjects: [Craven, William Craven, -- Earl of, 1606-1697] [Love, Christopher, 1618-1651] [Farmer, Ralph. -- Imposter dethron'd, or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to bee Satans seat of lyes] [Imposter dethron'd, or, The Quakers throne of truth detected to bee Satans seat of lyes] [Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century]
Title: The throne of truth exalted over the povvers of darkness. From whence is judged, the mouth of Ralph Farmer (an unclean and blood-thirsty priest of Bristol) opened in blasphemy against God, and his name, and his tabernacle, and them that dwell in heaven; in a late noysome pamphlet of his, intituled, Satan enthron'd in his chair of pestilence; or, Quakerism in its exaltation. And in the light and power of which is comprehended, swept away, and overthrown the filthy matter, and mischievous design of Satan in that heap of falshood; and his confusion, dishonesty, lyes, slanders, scoffs, blasphemies, and other polluted stuff with which it is fill'd, made manifest, and turned back into his own bosome, the lake from whence it came; and the truth fully vindicated, & made to apear clear, as to all that's endeavoured to be cast thereon by him, either as to I.N. and that companie's late coming to Bristol, their papers, &c. or upon occasion thereof in that his book. For the sake of the simple-hearted in this great hour of temptation, and power of darkness. By a witness of the truth, ... Geo. Bishope.
Author: Bishop, George, d. 1668.
Publication info: London : printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his shop at the Black-spread-Eagle neer the West end of Pauls, 1657.
Title: To the King, and both houses of Parliament, thus saith the Lord; meddle not with my people because of their conscience to me; and banish them not out of the nation, because of their conscience: for, if you do, I will send my plagues upon you; and you shall know that I am the Lord.
Author: Bishop, George, d. 1668.
Publication info: Bristol, : [s.n.], the 25th of the 9th month, 1664.
subjects: [Liberty of conscience] [Quakers -- Persecutions -- England] [Broadsides -- England -- 17th century]
Title: A vindication of the principles and practices of the people called Quakers from the false aspersions of being monstrous in their opinions as to religion, denyers of the Old and New Testaments, inconsistent with and contrary to government, useless to the King and country, such as for whose protection the magistrate is no way obliged to take care, injurers of common justice between party and party, unfit for the societies of men and publique conversation in answer to a paper superscribed, To George Bishop of Bristol and to the rest of that party commonly called Quakers
Author: Bishop, George, d. 1668.
Publication info: [London? : s.n.], 1665.
Title: A small treatise writ by one of the true Christian faith who believes in God and in his son Jesus Christ. By S.B.
Author: Blandford, Susannah.
Publication info: London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1700.
subject: [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]
Title: Questions propounded to George Whitehead and George Fox &c. Who disputed by turnes against one Universitie man in Cambridge. Aug. 29. 1659. By R.B.
Author: Blome, Richard, d. 1705.
Publication info: [London : s.n., 1659]
subjects: [Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723 -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Fox, George, 1624-1691 -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800]
Title: Hidden things revealed and brought to light: or, Plain and honest dealing with Will. Lamboll & John Buy, of Reading in the county of Berks, in some material queries proposed to them to be answered, &c. With the rest of those that were instrumental (in too large a degree) of the former or first separation wrought among Friends here in this town, and who are found still as instrumental for the upholding and continuance of the same, by their not returning with other Friends to the ancient publick meeting-house, the doors thereof having been opened ever since the 10th of the 9th month, 1693. which is now about 9 months since, for all Friends to meet together therein, as a peaceable Christian society ought to do, in the true love, fear and worship of almighty God, that so there might be no longer two divided publick meetings held and kept up in this town, both to the great reproach of truth, and stumbling of many of the tender inquiries after it.
Author: Bonifield, Abraham, fl. 1692-1694.
Publication info: London, : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1694.
subjects: [Buy, John] [Lamboll, William] [Society of Friends -- Pastoral letters and charges] [Quakers -- England -- Reading] [Reading (England) -- Church history]
Title: The treacherous taken in his treachery, &c.
Author: Bonifield, Abraham, fl. 1692-1694.
Publication info: [London : s.n., after 1692]
subjects: [Society of Friends -- Discipline] [Quakers -- England]
Title: To all justices of peace, or other magistrates to whom this may come.
Author: Boulbie, Judith.
Publication info: [London : s.n., 1667]
subjects: [Justice] [Quakers -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Society of Friends -- Apologetic works]
Title: For the inhabitants of Worcester to view and consider well of, especially they of Nicholas-Parish.: The case of us, viz. Edward Bourne, John Knight, Joseph Allibon and Richard Hill, of Nicholas-Parish in the city of Worcester.
Author: Bourne, Edward, d. 1708.
Publication info: [Worcester? : s.n., 1682]
subjects: [Quakers -- England] [Worcester (England) -- Religion] [Bourne, Edward, -- d. 1708] [Knight, John] [Allibon, Joseph] [Hill, Richard]
Title: The Quakers quaking principles examined and refuted in a briefe answer to some erroneous tenets held forth by James Naylor in his answers unto Mr Baxter, and some others that have publikely opposed that blacke spirit in the deluded Quakers. Wherein is also included a serious admonition, how wee ought to behave our selves towards the ministers of the gospell, in respect of communicating unto them; and for giving to the poore, so as the Gospell requires: and to beware of covetousnesse, and the effects thereof, least wee be left of God, and delivered up unto strong delusions, and a blasphemous spirit instead of the spirit of God. The heads of the whole discourse are also premised.
Author: Bradshaw, Ellis.
Publication info: London; : Printed for Lodowicke Lloyd, and are to be sould at his shop at the Castle in Cornehill., 1656.
subjects: [Naylor, James, 1617?-1660. -- Answer to a book called The Quakers catechism, put out by Richard Baxter] [Society of Friends -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800] [Quakers -- Early works to 1800]