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Foley, Samuel, 1655-1695. / [1695] An exhortation to the inhabitants of Down and Connor concerning religious education of their children in general, and particularly in order to their being confirmed / by Samuel, Lord Bishop of Down and Connor.
Foley, Samuel, 1655-1695. / [1683] A sermon preached at the primary visitation of His Grace Francis Lord Arch-Bishop of Dublin by S. Foley...
Foley, Samuel, 1655-1695. / [1683] Two sermons the first preached in Christ-Church, Dublin, Feb. 19, 1681, at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God, William Lord Bishop of Kildare, William Lord Bishop of Kilmore, and Richard Lord Bishop of Kilalla : the other, preached in the Cathedral Church of St. Patrick, at the primary visitation of the most Reverend Father in God, Francis Lord Arch-bishop of Dublin, Apr. 24, 1682 / by S. Foley ...
Folkingham, W. (William) / [1620] Brachigraphy, post-writ, or, The art of short-writing The summe whereof is couched into one table, plainely demonstrating the whole method of the inuention. By W. Folkingham his Maiesties post of Stamford.
Folkingham, W. William. / [1628] Panala medica vel sanitatis et longævitatis alumna catholica: = The fruitfull and frugall nourse of sound health and long life. Per Guil: Folkingham Gen: Math. & Med. studiosum.
Fonseca, Cristóbal de, 1550?-1621. / [1652] Theion enōtikon, A discourse of holy love, by which the soul is united unto God: Containing the various acts of love, the proper motives, and the exercise of it in order to duty and perfection. Written in Spanish by the learned Christopher de Fonseca, done into English with some variation and much addition, by Sr George Strode, Knight.
Fonseca, Sebastiäao da, 1625-1705. / [1663] Relacam das festas de palacio,egrandesas de Londres dedicada amagestade da serenissima rainha da Gran Bretanha / pelo P. Sebastiaäo da Fonseca capellaäo na sue real capella, mestre, e presidente em o ospital real de todos os sanctos na ciudade de Lixboa.
Fontenelle, M. de (Bernard Le Bovier), 1657-1757. / [1684] Lucian's ghost: or, Dialogues between the dead, wandering in the Elyzian shades. Being certain satyrical remarques upon the vain ostentatious humours of several learned and philosophical men and women, as well ancient as modern. Composed first in French, and now paraphras'd into English, by a person of quality.
Foorthe, John, fl. 1623. / [1623] The apostles catechisme consisting of sixe articles, plainly expounded very profitable for all, but especially for the benefite of the vnlearned and those that desire more knowledge / by Iohn Foorthe, minister of the word of God.
Forbes, Alexander, 17th cent. / [1644] An anatomy of independency, or, A briefe commentary and moderate discourse upon the Apologeticall narration of Mr Thomas Goodwin and Mr Philip Nye, &c. by argument laying naked the dangers of their positions and from experience, discovering their spirits and wayes.
Forbes, John, 1568?-1634. / [1610] The saints hope, and infalliblenes thereof. or Two sermons preached before the English companie at Middelb. about the moneth of October, 1608. Written by Mr. Iohne Forbes, at the earnest request of the hearers, and now published by them for the generall instruction and comfort of all Gods children
Forbes, John, minister of the Gospel. / [1643] Seasonable and usefull directions, how to comfort and cure the afflicted, both in all outward afflictions on the body, estate, name, or friends, &c. And also in all inward afflictions on the conscience, occasioned either by Satans temptations, or our owne sinnes. More especially applyed to these three particulars, viz. from 1. the feare of committing that unpardonable sin against the Holy Ghost. 2. Hardnesse of heart accompanyed with the feare of hell. 3. A wounded spirit under the sense of wrath, and Gods displeasure. / Written in a letter to a Christian friend, by that late godly, learned, and soule-supporting minister of the Gospel, Mr. John Forbes. Imprimatur, Ja. Cranford.
Ford, Edward, Sir, 1605-1670. / [1666] Experimented proposals how the King may have money to pay and maintain his fleets with ease to his people, London may be rebuilt and all proprietors satisfied, money be lent at six per cent on pawns, and the fishing-trade set up, which alone is able and sure to enrich us all, and this without altering, straining or thwarting any of our laws or customes now in use by Sir Edward Forde.
Ford, Emanuel. / [1604 i.e. 1605] [Parismus, the renouned prince of Bohemia.]
Ford, John, 1586-ca. 1640. / [1606] Honor triumphant. Or The peeres challenge, by armes defensible, at Tilt, Turney, and Barriers In honor of all faire ladies, and in defence of these foure positions following. 1. Knights in ladies seruice haue no free will. 2. Beauty is the mainteiner of valour. 3. Faire lady was neuer false. 4. Perfect louers are onely wise. Mainteined by arguments. Also The monarches meeting: or The King of Denmarkes welcome into England.
Ford, Robert, of Devonshire. / [1680] A testimony concerning George Russel who dyed a prisoner upon truth's account for bearing his testimouy [sic] against tythes.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [Nov. 20. 1667] Three poems relating to the late dreadful destruction of the city of London by fire, Septemb. 1666 entituled, I. Conflagratio Londinensis, II. Londini quod reliquum, III. Actio in Londini incendiarios / all by the same hand ; the first of which was before extant, but in this second edition very much amended, with large additions ; the other two are wholly new.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1655] The spirit of bondage and adoption: largely and practically handled, with reference to the way and manner of working both those effects; and the proper cases of conscience belonging to them both. In two treatises. Whereunto is added, a discourse concerning the duty of prayer in an afflicted condition, by way of supplement in some cases relating to the second treatise. / By SImon Ford B.D. and minister of the Gospel in Reading.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1657] A short catechism declaring the practical use of the covenant-interest, and baptism of the infant-seed of believers being extracted out of two dialogues concerning that subject / written and published by Simon Ford ... ; with an epistle annexed by the Reverend Dr. Reynolds.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1655] A sermon of catechizing thought fit for affinity of subject to be annexed to this treatise of the (Practicall use of infant-baptisme) / by the same authour.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1667] Londini quod reliquum, or, Londons remains in Latin and English.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1669] Londons resurrection, poetically represented and humbly presented to His Most Sacred Majesty.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1656] The second part of The dialogue concerning the practical use of infant-baptism wherein many things dubiously expressed in the former part are satisfactorily cleared ... / by the same authour.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [l654] Primitiae regiminis Davidici, or, The first fruits of Davids government vowed to God before, and offered at his actual admission thereunto / represented in a sermon at the assises held at Reading for the county of Berks, Feb. 28, 1653 by Simon Ford.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1697] The restoring of fallen brethren containing the substance of two sermons on Gal. VI, 1, 2 preached at the performance of publick penance by certain criminals on the Lord's-day, usually called mid-Lent Sunday, 1696, in the parish church of Old-Swinford in Worcestershire / by Simon Ford.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1686] A plain and profitable exposition of, and enlargement upon, the church-catechism by way of questions and answers for the more ample instruction of the more adult children and other elderly persons that need it, and divided into so many parts as there are Lords-days by Simon Ford ...
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1661] Parallēla dysparallēla, or, The loyal subjects indignation for his royal sovereign's decollation expressed in an unparallel'd parallel between the professed murtherer of K. Saul and the horrid actual murtherers of King Charles I the substance whereof was delivered in a sermon preached at Allhallows Church in Northhampton on (the day appointed for an anniversary humiliation in reference to that execrable fact) Jan. 30, 1660 / by Simon Ford.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1665] Hēsychia Christianou, or, A Christian's acquiescence in all the products of divine providence opened in a sermon, preached at Cottesbrook in Northampton-Shire, April the 16, 1644, at the interment of the Right Honourable, and eminently pious lady, the Lady Elizabeth Langham, wife to Sir James Langham Kt. / by Simon Ford ...
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1646] The great interest of states & kingdomes. The second part. A sermon preached on a publike thanksgiving, on the 12th. of May, 1646. at Botolphs Alders-gate: and after (upon the desire of some friends) enlarged at Pauls Church in Covent-garden, on the Lords Day, May 17th. 1646. / By Simon Ford, minister of the Gospel at Puddle-Towne in Dorcet-shire.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1678] A discourse concerning God's judgements resolving many weighty questions and cases relating to them : preached (for the substance of it) at Old Swinford in Worcester-shire / by Simon Ford.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1654] A dialogue, concerning the practicall use of infant-baptisme penned, and published for a profitable diversion from the hot and eager disputes of this age concerning the lawfulness, to an holy improvement of the grounds, and practice thereof. As also, for the satisfaction of those who lay it aside altogether, or practise it coldly, and sleightly, because they know not of what advantage it is to a Christian practise. By simon Ford, B.D. and minister to the congregation at Laurence Church in Reading.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1692] Baptism for the dead a sermon preach'd before the Lord Mayor and the Court of Aldermen of the city of London, on June the 5th, 1692 / by Simon Ford ...
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1667] The conflagration of London poetically delineated and directed to the most noble and deserving citizen Sir J.L. Knight and Baronet.
Ford, Simon, 1619?-1699. / [1674] The blessednesse of being bountifull, or, Our blessed Saviours usual proverb, opened, asserted, and practically improved by Simon Ford.
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1675] A gospel-church, or, God's holy temple opened wherein is shewed from the scriptures ... / by Stephen Ford ...
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1672] The evil tongue tryed and found guilty, or, The hainousness and exceeding sinfulness of defaming and back-biting opened and declared wherein is shewed that a defaming and back-biting tongue is a most pernicious and grievous plague to man-kind / published for the common good ... by Stephen Ford.
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1675] Eternal glorification begun in regeneration, or, A discourse of regeneration intended for the profit of all, both regenerate and unregenerate persons / by Stephen Ford.
Ford, Stephen, d. 1694. / [1657] An epistle to the Church of Christ in Chippin-Norton as also certaine scripture rules which Iesus Christ hath given to His churches to walke by, which are approved of and consented unto, by all the members of the said chvrch : published for their use and benefit, and for the satisfaction of such persons as desire to know the principles, and practices of the church aforesaid / by Stephen Ford ...
Ford, William, b. 1559. / [Anno Dom. 1616] A sermon preached at Constantinople in the Vines of Perah, at the funerall of the vertuous and admired Lady Anne Glouer, sometime wife to the honourable Knight Sir Thomas Glouer, and then ambassadour ordinary for his Maiesty of Great Britaine, in the port of the Great Turke. By William Forde Bachelour in Diuinitie, and lately preacher to the right honourable ambassadour, and the rest of the English nation resident there. ...
Forde, Thomas. / [1661] Theatre of wits ancient and modern attended with severall other ingenious pieces from the same pen [brace] viz. I. Faenestra in pectore, or, A century of familiar letters, II. Loves labyrinth: A tragi-comedy, III. Fragmenta poetica, or, Poetical diversions, IV. Virtus redivivi, a panegyrick on our late king Charles of ever blessed memory concluding with A panegyrick on His Sacred Majesties most happy return / by T.F.
Foreest, Pieter van, 1522-1597. / [1623] The arraignment of vrines vvherein are set downe the manifold errors and abuses of ignorant vrine-mongring empirickes, cozening quacksaluers, women-physitians, and the like stuffe ... Collected and gathered as well out of the most ancient, as the moderne and late physitians of our time: and written first in the Latine tongue, and diuided into three bookes by Peter Forrest D. in Physicke ... And for the benefit of our British nations newly epitomized, and translated into our English tongue by Iames Hart Dr. of the foresaid faculty, and residing in the towne of Northampton.
Foreness, E. / [1683] A serman preached at Manchester, upon the 9th of September, being the day of thanksgiving for our deliverance from the late conspiracy
Forester, James, b. 1559 or 60. / [1611] The marrovv and iuice of tvvo hundred and sixtie scriptures. Or Monas tessaragraphica that is: the foure holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, appointed euery Sonday to be read in our Church of England, combined and brought vnto one chiefe head and point of doctrine: together with the rest of the holy Scriptures ... Extracted by Iames Forrester, minister of Gods word at Enderby neere Bullingbrooke in Lincolnshire, chapleine to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie.
Fornace, W. / [Febr. 22. Printed, anno Dom. 1647] The Kings Majesties propositions to the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament; concerning His Majesties comming to White-Hall, and giving his royall assent for setling of the Presbyteriall government, within the kingdome of England, and dominion of VVales. Also, His Majesties desires, concerning the liturgie of the Church of England, and episcopacie. Published by authority.
Fornis, Edward. / [1648] Looke not upon me, or, The churches request under sequestration presented in a sermon to all that pretend love to Sion by E.F. ...
Forrester, David, fl. 1679. / [1679] The differences of the time, in three dialogues the first, anent episcopacy, the second, anent the obligation of the covenants against episcopacy, the third, anent separation : intended for the quieting the minds of people, and settling them in more peace and unity.
Forrester, Duncan, fl. 1641-1645. / [Anno Domini 1641] Nobilissimo & amplissimo domino D. Archibaldo Cambello argatheliæ comiti Cambellæ & Lornæ Dynastæ, regi a secretioribus confiliis: adolescentes magisterii candidati, hasce l heses philosophicas, quas deo propitio ad diem Julii in publico Academiæ Jacobi Regis auditorio propugnabun præside Duncano Forrestero D. C. Q. ...
Forster, Henry. / [1690] The case of John Forster, respondent to the petition of appeal of Henry Forster, which seeks to reverse a decree of dismission made in Chancery the last day of May last; and to affirm a decree made in 1674 against the said John Forster (he being then an infant of seven years of age) unless cause shewn when he came of age.
Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. / [1659] These several papers was sent to the Parliament the twentieth day of the fifth moneth, 1659. Being above seven thousand of the names of the hand-maids and daughters of the Lord, and such as feels the oppression of tithes, in the names of many more of the said handmaids and daughters of the Lord, who witness against the oppression of tithes and other things as followeth.
Forster, Mary, 1619?-1686. / [1693] A declaration of the bountiful loving-kindness of the Lord manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place, till the eleventh hour, yet afterwards received her penny : this is that none might despair : also a discovery of her sufferings through her disobedience and rebellion against God's precious truth, that none might presume, or harden their hearts in the day of God's visitation : as also, a few words of encouragement from experience, to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in his mercies.
Forsyth, James, fl. 1615-1619. / [M.D.C.XIX. 1619] The great day of chancery A sermon preached at White-Hall, the last day of October. 1619. By Iames Forsith, one of his Maiesties chaplaines in ordinarie.
Forth and Brentford, Patrick Ruthven, Earl of, 1573?-1651. / [1643] A letter from the Earle of Forth to His Excellency Robert Earle of Essex, lord generall, &c. dated 15 Feb., 1643 and His Excellencies answer thereunto dated 19 Febr, 1643 : also a petition of the well-affected nobility and gentry of the realm of Ireland who have suffered under the bloody rebels there, and presented to the Lords Justices to be presented to His Majesty, which was done accordingly, and the agents accepted to come to His Majesty.
Fosbroke, John. / [1633] Six sermons delivered in the lecture at Kettering in the countie of Northampton, and in certain other places. By John Fosbroke ...
Fosset, Thomas. / [1613] The seruants dutie. Or The calling and condition of seruants Seruing for the instruction, not only of seruants, but of masters and mistresses. By Thomas Fosset, preacher of the Word of God.
Foster, George. / [Printed in the yeare 1650] The sounding of the last trumpet or, Several visions, declaring the universall overturning and rooting up of all earthly powers in England. With many other things foretold, which shall come to passe in this year, 1650. / Lately shewed unto George Foster, who was commanded to print them.
Foster, John, fl. 1693, defendant. / [1693] The tryal of John Foster, for stealing a mag pye.
Foster, Nicholas. / [MDCL. 1650] A briefe relation of the late horrid rebellion acted in the island Barbadas, in the West-Indies wherein is contained, their inhumane acts and actions, in fining and banishing the well-affected to the Parliament of England (both men and women) without the least cause given them so to doe: dispossessing all such as any way opposed these their mischievous actions. Acted by the Waldronds and their abettors, anno 1650. Written at sea by Nicholas Foster.
Foster, Richard, gent. / [in the year 1650] An appeal to the present rulers in Englands Israel. Touching impious blasphemy against Jesus Christ God the son of late explicitely broached in a scrowl scribled by one William Farmer giving himself the title gent: as also, touching ignorance, and error implicitely, but indeed peremptorily by interrogation a concluding way of argument charged upon the same rulers in his frontispice [sic], or mock-title about a clause conteined in the Apostles Creed, and about the real truth of Jesus Christ. Wherein the appealant modestly, and humbly prayeth the same rulers to vindicate the honour of our blessed Saviour Jesus Christ from horrid impious blasphemy, and their own reputations, and knowledges from calumniation of error, and ignorance. Hereunto is annexed an advertisement to millenaries with a forcible argument framed by our Lord Christs own words against their opinion for his personal reign on earth 1000. years occasioned by the same scriblings of William Farmer. / By Ri. Foster schism. gent.
Foster, Samuel, d. 1652. / [1652] The uses of a quadrant fitted for daily practise. Both with the ordinary lines for the hour and azimuth, and other things of the suns course in reference to the horizon. And also with new lines serving to the fore-mentioned and other purposes more accurately. As namely to find the hour of the night by the stars; to describe the most usuall sorts of dials; to perform all common things in mensuration. And many other requisite conclusions. Performed in an accurate, easie, and delightfull way. By Sam: Foster, Professor of Astronomie in Gresham Colledg. Published by A:T.
Fotherby, John, d. 1619. / [1596] The couenant betweene God and man plainly declared in laying open the first and smallest pointes of Christian religion.
Fothergill, Thomas, fl. 1653. / [1653] The deep sighes and sad complaints of some late souldiers in Captain Needhams troop, in Colonel Hackers regiment, for wanting of justice and judgement.: To our brethren and fellow-bondslaves, who as yet are compelled to gather straw, and make up your taile of brick, and hath no ease nor abatement in your burdens, we do complain.
Foulis, Henry, ca. 1635-1669. / [1671] The history of Romish treasons & usurpations together with a particular account of many gross corruptions and impostures in the Church of Rome, highly dishonourable and injurious to Christian religion : to which is prefixt a large preface to the Romanists / carefully collected out of a great number of their own approved authors by Henry Foulis.
Foulis, Henry, Sir, 1607 or 8-1643. / [Decem. 21. 1642] An exact and true relation of a bloody fight performed against the Earl of Newcastle and his forces before Todcaster and Selby in York-shire, in his march towards London. By the Lo: Fairfax, Sir Chr: Wray, Sir Henry Foulis, Capt: Hotham, Capt: Hatcher, Capt: Rhodes, and Capt: Anderson, with their troops. With the number of souldiers that were slain. Sent in a letter from Selby, by Sir Henry Foulis Baronet, to Mr. T. Chaloner Esquire, dwelling in Drury-lane, London. With a list of the names of all the commanders and other gentlemen of note that were taken prisoners in the late battell at Winchester.
Foulis, James, Sir, 1645?-1711. / [1691?] Answers for Sir James Fowlis of Collingtoun, to the petition given in to their Majesties High Commissioner, and the most honourable Estates of Parliament, by Dame Margaret Areskin Lady Castle-haven.
Fountaine, Edward. / [1654] Melancholys bane: or, Choice, pleasant, and profitable recreations Gathered out of many most famous and industrious searchers of art and natures secrets. By Edward Fountaine, an expert artist, living upon London-bridge, next door to the Angel.
Fouquet, Nicolas, 1615-1680. / [1694] Essays suppos'd to be written by Monsieur Fouquet being reflections upon such maxims of Solomon as are most proper to guide us to the felicity of both the present and the future life / translated out of French.
Fourquevaux, Raimond de Beccarie de Pavie, baron de, 1509-1574. / [1589] Instructions for the warres. Amply, learnedly, and politiquely, discoursing the method of militarie discipline. Originally written in French by that rare and worthy generall, Monsieur William de Bellay, Lord of Langey, Knight of the order of Fraunce, and the Kings lieutenant in Thurin. Translated by Paule Iue, Gent.
Fowler, Anna, fl. 1700. / [1700] To His Grace, James Duke of Queensberry His Majesty's High Commissioner; and the Right Honourable, Right Worshipfull, and very Honoured, the Lords, Barons, and Burgesses, presently assembled in Parliament; Anna Fowler relict of Mr. William Arnot late Minister of the Gospel at Ebdie.
Fowler, Christopher, 1610?-1678. / [1656] A sober answer to an angry epistle, directed to all the publick teachers in this nation, and prefixed to a book, called (by an antiphrasis) Christs innocency pleaded against the cry of the chief priests. Written in hast by Thomas Speed, once a publick teacher himself, and since revolted from that calling to merchandize, and of late grown a merchant of soules, trading subtilly for the Quakers in Bristoll. Wherein the jesuiticall equivocations and subtle insinuations, whereby he endeavours secretly to infuse the whole venome of Quaking doctrines, into undiscerning readers, are discovered; a catlogue of the true and genuine doctrines of the Quakers is presented, and certaine questions depending between us and them, candidly disputed, / by [brace] Christopher Fowler & Simon Ford, [brace] ministers of the Gospel in Reding,
Fowler, Christopher, 1610?-1678. / [1655] Dæmonium meridianum. Satan at noon. Or, Antichristian blasphemies, anti-scripturall divelismes, anti-morall uncleanness, evidenced in the light of truth, and published by the hand of justice. Being, a sincere and impartiall relation of the proceedings of the commissioners of the county of Berks. Authorized by the ordinance for ejection, against John Pordage, late minister of Bradfield, in the same county. Published for the vindication of justice, and satisfaction of the conscientious, in the name, and by the order of the said commissioners and assistants. With some notes, and animadversions upon a book of the said John Pordage, initiuled, Innocency appearing, &c. / By Christopher Fowler, minister of the gospel at S. Maries in Reding.
Fowler, Dr. / [1699] A discourse against transubstantiation, delivered in a sermon at St. Warbrough's Church, Dublin, on the 17th of September, 1699. / By the learned Dr. Fowler, soon after his being admitted into the communion of the Church of England. Wherein he proves the Protestant doctrine, concerning the blessed sacrament, the Holy Scriptures, from the fathers of the primitive church, and by sense and reason, to be the only true doctrine of Christ.
Fowler, Edward, 1632-1714. / [printed in the year, 1692] A vindication of an undertaking of certain gentlemen in order to the suppressing of debauchery, and profaneness.
Fowler, James, verse-writer. / [1678] The catechism of the Church of England, poetically paraphrased. By James Fowler
Fowler, Matthew, 1617 or 18-1683. / [1682] 'E 'Anothen sophia, or, The properties of heavenly wisdom in a sermon preached at the last assizes, held at Shrewsbury, in the county of Salop / by Dr. Matthew Fowler ...
Fowler, William, minister of Ingworth, Norfolk. / [1652] Truths vindication of election, and reprobation Wherein is shewed, Christ the cause of election; sin the cause of reprobation. The iustice of God is likewise cleared from that which is layd upon him by many; (namely) that some shall one day be damned for unbelief, and yet he never gave a Christ for them to beleeve in. Most of the strongest objections that scriptures or reason can make, answered. By William Fouler minister of the gospel at Ingworth in Norffolk.
Fowles, Susannah, defendant. / [1698?] The trial of Susannah Fowles of Hammersmith: that was try'd at London for blaspheming Jesus Christ. : And cursing the Lords Prayer. : And who also pretended to be possest with a devil.
Fowns, Richard, 1560?-1625. / [1618] Trisagion or, The three holy offices of Iesus Christ, the sonne of God, priestly, propheticall, and regall how they ought of all his Church to be receiued. VVith a declaration of the violence and iniuries offered vnto the same, by the spirituall and Romish Babylon ... Reuealing many blasphemous mysteries vnknowne to the vulgar. By Richard Fovvns, Doctor of Diuinitie, and chaplaine domesticall to the late illustrious Prince Henry.
Fox, Edward, 1496?-1538. / [1548] The true dyffere[n]s betwen ye regall power and the ecclesiasticall power translated out of latyn by Henry lord Stafforde
Fox, Francis, 1642 or 3-1686. / [1683] A sermon preached at the Herefordshire feast, at St. Mary Le Bow, July 3, 1683 by Fra. Fox ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] A word in the behalf of the King that he may see who they are that honour all men, and love the brother-hood, and honour the King ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] A word from the Lord, to all the world, and all professors in the vvorld;: spoken in parables: wherein all may come to read themselves through the parables, and see where they are; also a word to all professors, who cast the pure law of God behind their backs, and turn the grace of God into wantonness, and despite the day of their visitation; with a dreadful voice to all the children of darkness, who hate and deny the light; that all may come to see themselves, and repent, before the fierce wrath of the Lord, which is kindled in England, sweep you all away: by them who are redeemed out of the curse, to serve the living, called Quakers.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1685] What the unchangable [sic] God is, and how all people may know him, and in what he is worshiped and served
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the yeare, 1654] A word from the Lord unto all the faithlesse generation of the vvorld, who know not the truth, but live in their own imaginations; with a true declaration of the true faith, and in what it doth differ from the worlds imagination: written in obedience to the Lord, that al may see what faith is owned by the saints, and what faith is denied. And also a few words unto all professors of the world, who worship not the true God, but their own imaginations and conceivings instead of the true God: also a call from God unto all the the world to repentance, that all may turn unto him, lest the Lord destroy both root and branch of them that repent not. Also a few words unto you that scorne Quaking and trembling, which all the holy men of God witnessed that spake forth the Scripture, and also the holy men of God justified, and all you denied that scorneth such as witness such things now, as ever was in all the generations of the saints. With a word to those that are called Anabaptists, Independants, Presbyterians, Levellers, and Ranters, that they may turne to the Lord, by yielding obedience to the light in their consciences. By those whom the world knowes by the names of George Fox, & James Nailor.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] What election and reprobation is, clearly discovered and the ignorance of such who hold election and reprobation of persons manifested / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] A way to prevent the indignation [and] judgments of God from coming on a kingdom, nation or family commended to the consciences of all concerned in the sight of God, for them to read, vveigh and consider in the fear and dread of the Lord.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] A vvarning to all teachers of children, which are called school-masters and school-mistresses, and to parents, which doth send their children to be taught by them; that all school-masters and school-mistresses may train up children in the fear of God, and bring all children to that of God in them, with which they may come to fear him, and to depart from sin and evil. ... This is to go in the world among all that are called school.masters [sic] and school-mistresses, by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1674] A warning to England and to all that profess themselves Christians, who have the form, but deny the power of godliness, that they sin no more, lest a worse thing come to them. Let this be speedily dispersed. George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] A warning to all the merchants in London, and such as buy and sell with an advisement to them to lay aside their superfluity, and with it to nouirish the poor / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] A warning from the Lord, to all such as hang down the head for a day, and pretend to keep a fast unto God, when they smite with the fist of wickedness, and suffers the innocent to lie oppressed. Occasioned by a late declaration; stiled, A declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector, inviting the people of England and Wales to a day of solemn fasting and humiliation. / A friend to all them which be of a broken heart, and trembleth at the word of the Lord, G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] The vvoman learning in silence: or, The mysterie of the womans subiection to her husband· As also, the daughter prophesying, wherein the Lord hath, and is fulfilling that he spake by the prophet Joel, I will poure out my spirit upon all flesh, &c. / Given forth by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] A vvarning to the world that are groping in the dark, after sects, opinions, and notions, which are all with the Light condemned; and by the children of Light declared against. By G: Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A vvarning from the Lord to the pope; and to all his train of idolatries: with a discovery of his false imitations, and likenesses, and traditional inventions, which is not the power of God. And a testimony against his foundation, to the overthrow of the whole building: and a witness by the spirit of God against his dead-worship of dead idols; and the false imitation of false crosses, which is not the power of God unto salvation, but delusion unto damnation. And the day of visitation held forth, that they may make their peace with the Lord; and the way of peace declared, which is Christ Iesus the light of the world, who lightneth every man that comes into the world; and the mysterie of the true cross of Christ, which is the power of God unto salvation revealed: and also some quæries given forth to be answered by the pope, his priests or Jesuits, or them who are popishly affected. / By a lover of souls, G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A voice of the Lord to the heathen which to them is a visitation for them to turn to him who is living from all their dead handy works, which to them is an alarm sounded out of Sion.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A visitation to the Iewes, from them whom the Lord hath visited from on high, among whom he hath performed his promise made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and to his seed, which Moses saw, and the prophets gave testimonie of, to which seed the Apostles witnessed, which seed we are, which seed of Abraham Christ came according to the flesh, which we now witness, glory to the Lord for evermore. Also, a visitation to all you that have long had the Scriptures; but found out of the life of them that gave them forth, that are stumbling about the words, fighting and contending about them, imprisoning and persecuting them that witness the life that gave them fotth [sic]. / Given forth by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] The vials of the wrath of God poured forth upon the seat of the man of sin, and upon all professors of the world, who denieth the light of Christ which he hath enlightned every one withal, and walk contrary to it, with it they are condemned : and a vvarning from the Lord to all who are walking headlong to destruction in the lusts of the flesh, and deceits of the world, that they may repent and turn to the Lord, lest the overflowing scourge sweep them all into the pit / by him who is called George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1653] The unmasking and discovering of Anti-Christ, with all the false prophets, by the true light which comes from Christ Jesus, written forth to convince the seducers, and for the undeceiving of the seduced. / By George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] Tythes, offerings, and first-fruits, commanded by the law in the Old Testament, is not Gospel neither before the law nor after : and also circumcision and oathes, and swearing, and the Sabbath-days commanded by the law in the old time in the Old Testament, is not Gospel, neither before the law, nor since in the glorious gospel-day of Christ ... / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Turcae, et omnibus sub ejus ditione, ut hoc perlegant quod ad salvationem eorum spectat. To the Turk, and all that are under his supream, to read this over which concerns their salvation. / Authore G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] To all that would know the vvay to the kingdome, vvhether they be in forms, with out formes, or got above all forms. A direction to turne your minds within, where the voice of the true God is to be heard, whom you ignorantly worship as afarre off, and to wait upon him for the true wisdome. That you may know truth from error, the word from the letter, the power from forme, and the true prophets from the false. Given forth by Geo. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] True judgement, or, The spiritual-man judging all things, but he himself judged of no man. To them who are growing up into discerning and judgement: and to them, who cannot endure sound judgement.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] The trumpet of the Lord sounded, and his sword drawn, and the separation made between the precious and the vile; and the vineyard of the Lord dressed by his own husbandmen, and the dead trees cut down, and all the mystery of witchcraft discovered in all professions: by them who have come thorow great tribulation, whose garments have been washed in the blood of the lamb; who are accounted as the off-scowring of all things for Christs sake, scornfully called by the world Quakers.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1686] A true account of the sensible, thankful, and holy state of God's people and of his speaking to them both in the Old and New Covenant / by the servant of Christ, G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] To those that have been formerly in authority, and have broken covenant with God & man. By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] To you that are crying, what is become of our forefathers, if the light be the way which you be in, and what is become of the martyrs that suffered?
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] A tous gouverneurs peuples nations royumes.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] To thee Oliver Cromwell into whose hands God hath committed the sword of justice, that under thee all may be godly and quietly governed.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] To the Protector and Parliament of England.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] To the Parliament of the Comon-Wealth [sic] of England. Fifty nine particulars laid down for the regulating things, and the taking away of oppressing laws, and oppressors, and to ease the oppressed. / By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1672] To the ministers, teachers, and priests (so called and so stileing your selves) in Barbadoes by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] To the high and lofty ones
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1680] To the Great Turk and his King at Argiers together with a postscript of George Pattison's taking the Turks and setting them on their own shoar.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] To the councill of officers of the armie, and the heads of the nation; and for the inferior officers and souldiers to read.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] To the chief magistrate, rulers, ministers, justices of the peace, and other officers who profess Christ and Christianity, and are called by that worthy name and great title of Christians, which is from the king of kings and Lord of Lords Christ Jesus.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] To both Houses of Parliament Friends here is a few things for you to take into consideration.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1666] To friends in Barbadoes, Virginia, Maryland, New-England, and elsewhere
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] To all the people who meet in the steeple-houses in England and elsewhere
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] To all the nations under the whole heavens and to all those that have ministred to the letter and yet are ignorant ... from those people who are despitefully called Quakers, who tremble at the word of God in their hearts ... / [by] G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] To all the kings, princes, and governours in the whole world and all that profess themselves Christians, and others, to read and consider / by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] To all the ignorant people, the word of the Lord, who are under the blind guides the priests.:
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] To all that professe Christianity, are these following particulars concerning their name of Christians, loving enemies, the worship in spirit, gospel-fellowship, their many heads and baptismes, their many churches, their disagreeing about Scriptures interpretation / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] To all rulers and magistrates to be tender and take heed of persecuting and imprisoning and spoiling the goods of God's people for obeying, serving, and worshipping the Lord God that made them, and the heavens, and the earth, and all things therein / by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [printed in the year, 1686] To all magistrates in Christendom, that do profess Christianity. Concerning Christian gospel-liberty against persecution, and one Christian forcing, persecuting, imprisoning, and spoiling the goods of another, because they will not be of their faith, worship or religion.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1663] To all people in all Christendom concerning perfect love, pure wisdome and the holy faith and who they are that banisheth them, and who they are that entertains them, and how Christendome hath not received this love ... but hath received envy and wrath ... : also concerning Christs flesh which was offered and Adams flesh which was defiled, and concerning the outward offerings and sacifices ... and concerning the belief in Christ the offering and concerning Adam in the fall, and concerning Adam before he fell ... and concerning the eating of Christs flesh and drinking his blood, and who hath life and who hath not.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] To all magistrates and people in Christendom and elsewhere to turn from the persecuting mind that destroyes peoples bodies and estates for not conforming to your religion and worship : and that you may receive the mind of Christ, as the apostles did, who came to save mens lives, and not to destroy them, and to rebuke them that would destroy mens lives and estates / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year, 1664] Three general epistles to be read in all the congregations of the righteous, who are gathered out of the house of Adam in the fall, into the house of Christ that never fell, to be read amongst them. / By, G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] This to all people who stumble at Gods commands
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] This is to all the prisoners and sufferers for the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and his worship. And ye know that the word of God is not bound.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] This is to all officers and souldiers of the armies in England, Scotland, and Ireland; and to all magistrates, and them in authority in these nations, and the dominions thereunto appertaining for them to read.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] This is an encuragement to all the womens-meetings in the world who assemble together in the fear of God for the service of the truth : wherein they may see how the holy men encouraged the holy women both in the time of the law, and in the time of the Gospel, though selfish and unholy men may seek to discourage them : but go on in the name and power of Christ, and prosper / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1664] This is a controversy betwixt the Quakers and the Papists. Being answers to several papers, and replies to the answers of the Romish spiritual Aegyptian Sea, whose tongue hath of late spoke, and Sea hath the late swelled; but the bounds, which is the power of God, which the apostles was in, keeps it from over-flowing. And also here is some queries for them to answer, and also a challenge for them to come forth to try their Christ and God, which they make of bread and wine, to the people called Quakers, and not to be ashamed of him, for we are not ashamed of Christ before men. For they that love the light will bring their deeds to the light, that it may be manifest whether they be wrought in God yea or no, Joh. 3. Whereunto is added an answer to a paper of Henry Forts, one who is turned against the truth. / This 11 day of the 11 month, 1664. By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] This is a vvarning to all that profess Christianity and others.: To beware of covetousness, which is idolatry. By G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Thirty of the priests errors published.:
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1670?] These queries are given forth for any, either priest or people to answer, if they can
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] This for each Parliament-man that they may see the wisdom by which all things were created with it, to order all things to His glory / given forth by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] A testimony of what we believe of Christ before he was manifest in the flesh and of his birth and preaching ... and also the testimony of the apostles concerning Him ... also how the believers in the primitive times, and now, did and do possess and enjoy Christ Jesus ... and wherein they may see what a true Christians duty is / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] A testimony of the true Light of the world· Which is given to every man that comes into the world, and of the true measure of the gift of God, given to every one to profit withal. And a true witness, and faithful: ... / Given forth for the good of all people, in pity to all souls, by him who is not known to the world, but a stranger in it, Geo. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1688] A testimony for God's truth first, concerning new & heavenly Jerusalem, and Jerusalem from below. Secondly, concerning Christ the great mountain that fills the whole earth. Thirdly, how man and woman was created in the image of God, and to be help-meets one to another. Fourthly, how every one ought to improve the talent God gives them, to his glory, and their eternal happiness. By George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1677] A testimony for all the masters of ships and seamen to read over Reprinted the second time, with an addition. By George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] A testimony concerning the blood of the old-covenant, and the blood of the new-covenant, &c.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1688] A testimony concerning our dear friend and brother George Watt
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] A testimony concerning justification, and whom Christ justifies, and in what as likewise concerning imputed-righteousness, and to what and to whom / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] The teachers of the vvorld unvailed. VVherein the ground of their ministry is manifested, both in doctrine and practice, to be out of the light which cometh from Christ, in the witchcraft deceiving the people. Where as in a glasse they are seene to be such that the prophets woo was against, and which Christ gave warning of, and the apostles saw in their dayes enter the world, and are now in this day manifest to the children of light, / and declared against by G.F. that all people may from them turne. With a briefe declaration of the seed of evill doers, which from time to time have withstood the truth of God in all ages. As also certaine queries given forth touching Q. Maries law made for defence of the priests and Jesuits, by which the priests and false teachers of this nation now guard themselves, and persecute the children of light even to death by long and tedious imprisonments in holes and dungeons.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660?] The summ of such particulars as are charged against George Fox in the mittimus by which he stands committed together with George Fox his answer to the said particulars.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] The state of the birth, temporal and spiritual and the duty and state of a child, youth, young-men, aged-men, and fathers in the truth : also, shewing that children are the heritage of the Lord, and that he hath glory in them / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] The state of the birth temporal & spiritual and the duty and state of a child, youth, young-men, aged-men, and fathers in the truth : also, shewing that children are the heritage of the Lord, and that he hath a glory in them / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [MDCLXXIX 1679] A Spiritual or heavenly salutation to all the tender-hearted in Christendom that are seeking the kingdom of God and the righteousness therof which I desire and intreat them to read over these following lines in the love of God, in which they are sent to them from him that desires the good of all mankind here, and their eternal happiness hereafter / [by] George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] The spiritual man Christ Jesus the blessed seed, light of life, purger of conscience, healer of nations, and restorer of mankind / by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] Something in answer to such as falsly say the Quakers are no Christians who as yet have not proved themselves such Christians as they were in the Apostles days, in life and practice, which they should have done before they had accused others / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1667] Something in answer to Lodowick Muggleton's book, which he calls The Quaker's neck broken wherein, in judging others he hath judged himself ... also something in answer to Thomas Fuller in his Church-history, to that which he writes to Barron Brooke wherein he rayles against the Quakers : and something in answer to Samuel Clarke, who calls himself a pastor in his book called A looking-glass for saints and sinners / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678?] Something in answer to a letter (which I have seen) of John Leverat, governour of Boston, to William Coddington, governour of Rhode-Island, dated 1677 wherein he mentions my name and also wherein John Leverat justifies Roger Williams's book of lyes.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] Something in answer to a law lately made at the first sessions of the General Court held at Boston in New-England, May the 28th, 1679 : and published by their order, Edw. Rawson, Secretary : the title of the law, viz. Meeting-houses not to be erected without licence, &c.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1667] Something in answer to a book called Fiat lux being a discourse between a papist and a Protestant &c. who writes at the bottom of the title page, J.V.C. : also something in answer to the papists queries.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Something in ansvver to the old Common-prayer-book and for the information of those who are for it, which is much of it taken out of the old Mass-book : both which are got up since the Apostles dayes ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [printed in the year 1675] A small treatise concerning swearing in the old time of the law, with its use and an end put to it in the Gospel by Jesus Christ, who forbiddeth all swearing, and sets up yea and nay instead thereof. By G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Several papers given forth the heads of which are contained in the following table / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1691] Several treatises worthy of every true Christians serious consideration ... written by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] Several plain truths manifested and declared from the spirit of God and born testimony to by Christ, the Apostles and Scriptures of truth. I. Concerning Mount-Sion. II. A distinction betwixt wars and armour in the Old Testament and the New. III. Concerning Cain. IV. Concerning uniformity and conformity. V. The authority of the Church of Christ. VI. Concerning exhorting and admonishing. VII. Concerning such as cry against orders, &c. By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1671] Several papers given forth for the spreading of truth and detection of deceit wherein the plain, honest, and sober conversation of the saints in fear and trembling is justified against the idle bablings of formal professors, the wicked fashons and heathenish customs of these nations, under the pretence of civillity / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] The serious peoples reasoning and speech with the worlds teachers and professors. By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] The secret works of a cruel people made manifest whose little finger is become heavier than their persecutors the bishops loyns who have set up an image amongst them in New-England ... which may be seen in this short relation of their cruelty, which was presented to the Parliament ... whereunto is annexed a copy of a letter which came from one who hath been a magistrate among them ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] The second covenant, which doth manifestly make known at the end of the first covenant & priesthood, which could not continue by reason of death, or, The new covenant of light, life, and peace wherein the Lord in righteousnesse establisheth the hearts of his people, where they are taught of the Lord : also herein is declared the difference between Christs way, and Judas way / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1672?] A Scripture testimony to the saints practices wherein all may see the practice of the holy men and women of God ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1653] Saul's errand to Damascus: with his packet of letters from the high-priests, against the disciples of the Lord. Or, A faithful transcript of a petition contrived by some persons in Lancanshire, who call themselves ministers of the gospel, breathing out threatnings and slaughters against a peaceable & godly people there, by them nick-named Quakers.: Together with the defence of the persons thereby traduced, against the slanderous and false suggestions of that petition, and other untruths charged upon them. Published to no other end, but to draw out the bowels of tender compassion from all that love the poor despised servants of Jesus Christ, who have been the scorn of carnal men in all ages.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1654] Saul's errand to Damascus, with his packet of letters from the high priests against the disciples of the Lord, or, A faithful transcript of a petition contrived by some persons in Lancashier who call themselves ministers of the Gospel breathing out threatnings and slaughters against a peaceable & godly people there, by them nick-named Quakers : together with the defence of the persons thereby traduced against, the slanderous and false suggestions of that petition, and other untruths charged upon them : published to no other end but to draw out the bowels of tender compassion from all that love the poor despised servants of Jesus Christ, who have been the scorn of carnal men in all ages.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1671/2] The royal law of God revived wherein you may see that all nations of men may keep in it a royal society ... / G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] A reply to the pretended vindication of the answer to the Quakers 23, quæryes, subscribed by G.F. which pretended vindication had no name to it, but was sent by Richard Heath ... unto John Millington ... / G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1680] The Protestant Christian-Quaker a sufferer by reliques of popery under all powers for thirty years last past who have persecuted for religion yet call the Holy Scriptures their rule, that justifieth no such practice / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] The promise of God proclaimed;: which is Christ the everlasting covenant of God to the Jews, Gentiles, and all people upon the earth, which God spake by his prophets, and was preached by the apostles, and by his servants and messengers sent forth since for Barbadoes, New-England, Virginia, the East and West Indies, and the south and north parts of the vvorld, to go to them all.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] The people of God in scorn called Quakers their love to all mankind for as God's love through Christ hath been shed abroad in our hearts, we cannot but in the same love desire the eternal good and the salvation of all mankind ... / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] A primer for the schollers and doctors of Europe, but especially to them in and about the (called) two famous universities in England, Oxford and Cambridge, to them, and every of them, whether tutors or schollers, batchellors and Masters of Arts, Batchellours of Divinity and Doctors of Divinity, or to any other member of that body, that hath sprung from these the two, so called, well heads of divinity, either such who keeps their station and trading there, or such who have learned their arts, sciences and trades there, and now improves them to their best advantage in the nation of England or elsewhere. Being a brief rehearsal of some of the words and terms which have for several ages been used, and now are used in their chief schools of learning and universities, contained in their seven liberal arts, ... / By George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1675] Primitive ordination and succession of bishops, deacons, pastors, and teachers in the church of Christ by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] The priests fruits made manifest. And the fashions of the world, and the lust of ignorance: also, a few vvords to the city of London: G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] The pearle found in England this is for the poor distressed, scattered ones in forraigne nations, from the royall seed of God, and heirs of salvation called Quakers, who are the Church of the living God, built up together of living stones in England, a visitation and uniting to the pearl of God which is hid in all the world that every one may turn into himself, and there feel it, and finde it / G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658?] A paper sent forth into the world from them that are scornfully called Quakers declaring the grounds and reasons why they deny the teachers of the world (who profess themselves to be ministers) and dissent from them.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1663] Old Simon the Sorcerer who hath bewitched the whole city of christendom and to all the cities he hath given out that himself is some great one to whom they have all given heed from the least to the greatest, saying, This man is the great power of God, who deceived the city by his sorcery and witchcrafts, who hath been baptized also, certain queries to be answered / [by] G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1655] Nevves coming up out of the north, sounding towards the south. Or, A blast out of the north up into the south, and so to flie abroad into the world: and a warning to all England, and nations elsewhere. The terrible day of the Lord is appearing, that all your hearts must be ript up and laid naked and open before the mighty God, before Him where nothing can be hid, and that no hiding place will be found for him You have hid your selves some in mountains and some in green trees, and some under hills; but the Lord is coming to make all naked, and strip all. / Written from the mouth of the Lord, from one who is naked, and stands naked before the Lord cloathed with righteousnesse, whose name is not known in the world, risen up out of the north; which was prophesied of, but now it is fulfilled: the army is coming up out of the north against you terrible ones, whose weapons are not carnal, but spiritual.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year, 1654] A message from the Lord, to the Parliament of England.: That you may all take warning, and be ye all forewarned, that you act not in the steps of your forefathers, whom the Lord hath cast out as an abominable thing, as he hath done all rulers in all ages and generations, which have sought themselves, and established laws in their own wills, whereby the just have suffered, and now do suffer: the people which the Lord hath chosen are trodden upon, and the powers of the earth have set themselves against the mighty power of the Lord in them. But now is the Lord arising to plead the cause of the just, and woe for ever to all Sions adversaries. / By him who is a lover of your souls, and a lover of Israels common-wealth, whom the Lord is returning out of captivity, to serve him in their own land in perfect freedom. Geo. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661?] A measuring rule concerning liberty and persecution and who have been the persecutors and who have been the sufferers from the beginning : also the stock and line from whence the persecutor has had his rise and descent, and of what stock they are that cumber Gods earth.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] The man Christ Jesus, the head of the church and true mediator, in opposition to the papist head, their pope prayers to & for the dead, their shav'd crowns and saints relicks and purgatory disproved to be Christian or Judaism, consequently heathenish or pagan by Scripture-testimony / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1674] A looking-glass for the Jews wherein they may clearly see that the Messiah is come, by the prophets in the Old Testament (above sixteen hundred years since) and the manifest testimonies since. And also, they may see their own blindness and ignorance of their own prophets, and of the Messiah unto this day. By which my desire is, they may turn to him, that their eyes may be opened, that they may see him whom they have pierced. By G. F. To which is added, a paper writ formerly to the Jews who assemble in Bevers-Marks, London, to be read and considered by them; with a few queries for them to answer. By G.W.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1674] The line of righteousness and justice stretched forth over all merchants, &c. and an exhortation to all Friends and people whatsoever who are merchants, tradesmen, husbandmen or sea-men, who deal in merchandize, trade in buying and selling by sea or land, or deal in husbandry, that ye all do that which is just, equal and righteous in the sight of God and man, one to another, and to all men, and that ye use just weights, and just measures, and speak and do that which is true, just and right in all things, that so your conversations, lives, practices and tongues may preach to all people, and answer the good, just and righteous principle of God in them all, in which ye may be serviceable unto God, and to the creation in your generation, and a blessing both to God and man / George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] Here are several queries put forth in print for all, or any of you whose names are here under written,: (and likewise for them at Cambridge and Oxford, ... or any other of your societies that will answer the same) and return your answer in print, to the view and satisfaction of many people; who are now questioning whether any of all your practises do proceed from the true foundation. For Robert Gell. Doctor of Divinity so called, who formerly preached to the Society of Astrologers; as witness his book called Stella nova. William Lilly. Student in astrology. John Booker. Student in astrology and physick. Richard Sanders. Student in the divine, laudible and celestial sciences, as he calls it. Vincent Wing. George Wharton. Or any other of the astrologers to answer. And likewise for Francis Prujan. John King. Charles Scarbrough. George Bates. Lawrence Wright. Jonathan Goddard. And Richard Barker. Doctors of Physick; and to the rest of that society to answer. / These queries are put in print by me, Henry Clark.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] Here is declared the manner of the naming of children in the old time without a priest sprinkling them with water which now is, and hath been in these times, yet they have the Scriptures, but shew their contrary walking to Scripture, and also the practice of the holy men of God by Scripture ... / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Here you may see what was the true honour amongst the Jewes
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1694] A journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings, Christian experiences and labour of love in the work of the ministry, of ... George Fox, who departed this life in great peace with the Lord, the 13th of the 11th month, 1690, the first volume.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] Instructions for right-spelling, and plain directions for reading and writing true English with several delightful things very useful and necessary, both for young and old, to read and learn / by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] John James, I hearing that thou doest make a noise up and down in the countrey amongst the ignorant ... here is a few queries for thee to answer in writing, and plainess of words ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] An instruction to judges & lawyers, that they may act and judge as the judges did of old, and that they may see how they are degenerated from them that judged at the first, and that in reading this thorow, they may see what hath been lost, and how they may be resotored by the power of the Lord ... And how people have bin put to death for that which they should have restored, or been sold for their theft; ... And concerning the poor mans cry, who know his matter and business himself, and is able to speak to it ... Given forth to the intent men might consider these things, and come to the life of God, and live at the first, that justice might run down, and truth and righteousnesse may be set up. G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] The hypocrites fast and feast not God's holy day hat-honour to men, man's institution not God's : presented to the view and consideration of papistical and Protestant time servers and day-observers, vvill-worshippers and persecutors, and satisfaction of the moderate inquirer / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1680] Here all may see a clear distinction between the Old Covenant & Old Testament, and the New Covenant and New Testament and how that Christ hath abolished and taken away the first covenant and testament, and established the second / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1667] A general epistle to Friends and all people to read over and consider in the fear of God ... / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] Gospel family-order being a short discourse concerning the ordering of families, both of whites, blacks, and Indians / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1668] Gospel-liberty and the royal-law of love from Jesus Christ who has all power in heaven and earth given unto him, set above Axtaxerxes and Nebuchadnezer's laws and commands, and above the Medes and Persians and Darius his decrees : also several Scriptures opened ... / published for all Christian magistrates and people to read and consider, in the fear of God by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1670] A general epistle to Freinds [sic] by G.F. 1670.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] The great mistery of the great whore unfolded, and antichrists kingdom revealed unto destruction in answer to many false doctrines and principles which Babylons merchants have traded with, being held forth by the professed ministers, and teachers, and professors in England, Ireland, and Scotland, taken under their owne hands, and from their owne mouths, sent forth by them from time to time, against the despised people of the Lord called Quakers, who are of the seed of that woman, who hath been long fled into wildernes ... in this answer to the multitude of doctrines held forth by the many false sects, which have lost the key of knowledge, and been on foot since the apostles dayes, called Anabaptists, Independents, Presbyters, Ranters, and many others, who out of their own mouths have manifested themselves not to be of a true descent from the true Christian Churches : but it's discovered that they have been all made drunk with the wine of fornication received from the whore which hath sitten upon the beast, after whom the world hath wondred / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1664] A general epistle to all Friends.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Friend! Who art called a teacher of these people of the waies of God
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] For the King and Council, these
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1686] For the holy women that trust in God and do profess godliness with good works, according to the Apostle's doctrine in this age to read over and put in practice.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660?] A few queries for Thomas Moor the elder, Thomas Moor the younger, John Horn, or for any of them or any other, to answer
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] A few plain vvords by vvay of querie and information to the teachers and people of the nation
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1669] A fevv vvords to all such (whether papists or Protestants) as observe dayes contrary to Christ and his apostles and several weighty things concerning the cross of Christ and the headship of the Church, wherein the Pope is proved to be a false and a counterfeit head, and a robber of the honour due to Christ the true head of the true Church ; also The Quakers challenge to the papists, and The Quakers testimony concerning magistracy / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1680] An exhortation to all that profess themselves Christians and say the scripture is their rule for their life doctrine and practice / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1685] An exhortation to all people to pureness, cleanness, and holiness, and faithfulness to the Lord by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] An epistle to friends by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1666] An epistle to be read in all the assemblies of the righteous by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] An epistle to the household of the seed of Abraham and to every family in particular to read & practise
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] An epistle to be read in the men and womens meetings G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1673] An epistle to all professors in New-England, Germany, and other parts of the called Christian vvorld also to the Jews and Turks throughout the world, that they may see who are the true worshippers of God, that He seeks, and in what He is worshipped ... / George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] An epistle to all people on the earth; and the ignorance of all the world, both professors and teachers, of the birth that must be silent, and of the birth that is to speak, which declares God; and the difference betwixt silence and speaking. Shewing to all the people upon earth, that they may come to an understanding of themselves; and may know that Christ Jesus, the Light of the world, is their teacher to God, or their condemnation from him. Also shewing that it was the practice of many to wait in silence upon God, to hear his word, and know his voice. By G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1675] An epistle to all my dear Friends elect and precious in America.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [l668] An epistle from the people in scorn called Quakers to all people upon the earth to read over that they may see what the people called Quakers hold concerning God, Christ, his death, his resurrection, his blood, concerning his offering, redemption, salvation, justification, faith, and hope.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] An epistle to all Christians to keep to yea, yea, and nay, nay, and to fulfil their words and promises by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] An epistle general to them who are of the royal priest-hood and chosen generation given forth from the movings of the power and spirit of truth, and now made publick to be sent abroad among the saints scattered in old and New England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Scotland, Barbadoes, and Virginia, for them to read in the fear of the Lord.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1681] An epistle concerning the government of Christ and his peace of vvhose kingdome, there shall be no end. By George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1679] An epistle for friends for them to read
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] An encouragement for all to trust in the Lord who hath the breath of all mankind, and their souls, in His hand and how that not a sparrow shall fall to the ground without the will of the Father ... / [by] G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [Printed in the year 1685] A distinction betwixt the two suppers of Christ namely, the last supper in the same night that he was betrayed, before he was crucified, and the supper after he was risen and ascended at the right hand of God, which he calls people to in Rev. 3. to hear his voice, and open the door, and he will sup with them, and they shall sup with him. Likewise, something concerning Christ the resurrection of the just and unjust. And also concerning the stone cut out of the mountain without hands, which smote the image, Dan. 2. And concerning Christ, the vine; and the Jews, how that God planted them a noble vine, but they degenerated, and destroyed the Lords servants, and son, that came to look for fruits. By G. F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] A declaration of the ground of error & errors, blasphemy, blasphemers, and blasphemies; and the ground of inchantings and seducing spirits, and the doctrine of devils, the sons of sorcerers, and the seed of the adulterer, and the ground of nicromancy, which doth defile witches and wizards. How this is all from the spirit of God in the transgression of it; and all them that draw from the spirit of God, draw into it; and they that are lead by the spirit of God, are led from it to God, and to the knowledge of the doctrine of Christ. By G. F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1685] A distinction between true liberty and false
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] A distinction between the phanatick spirit and the spirit of God and the fruits of each spirit as followeth ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A discovery of some fruits of the profession religion ministry government of this nation, which maketh the land to mourne, and vexeth the soule of the righteous from day to day. Also the relation of the world discovered, and wherein it differs from the pure relation. With a few words to the magistrates that doe cast Christ into prison, and will not visit him when they have done, nor suffer his friends and brethren to visit him.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] The devil was and is the old informer against the righteous
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682/3 i.e. 1683] The Devil was and is the old informer against the righteous
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] A declaration to the Iews for them to read over in which they may see that the Messiah is come, according to their own prophets and Gabriel the angel, and according their own number of time and years, out of Daniel 9 / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A declaration of the difference of the ministers of the word from the ministers of the world; who calls the writings, the word.: By G.F. The ministers of the word now lyeth in prisons for witnessing Christ the vvord, by them who have the vvritings, who are filling up the measure of their fathers who had the vvritings and persecuted the vvord, and the ministers of the vvord.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A declaration concerning fasting, and prayer. Of the true fast, which raiseth up the foundation of many generations; which is not the hanging down of the head like a bulrush for a day. Also; a declaration of the false fast, where is the hanging down the head like a bulrush for a day, and the bonds of iniquity standing, which iniquity seperates from God, while that is standing; the foundation of many generations is not seen. And sheweth, the prayer that God accepts, and what he hears, that which is from his Spirit, and sheweth what prayers he hears not, which is contrary to it, which God accepts not; and here you may see the difference between the true praying and the false.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1653. i.e. 1654] A declaration against all profession and professors that have not the life of what they profess, from the righteous seed of God;: whom the world, priests, and people scornfully calls Quakers, who are in that life that the holy men of God were in, and witness that power that made them to tremble and quake, and shook the earth, and threw it down; which the world, priests, people, and professors, having the words declared from this power and life, but not it, scoffs and scorns at, but this is our riches.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1664] Dear Friends, Keep your meetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, that never fell, in which you may see over all the meetings that are gathered by all the sons of Adam ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1660] Cunctis Christi, Apostolorum sanctorumque verba docentibus & profitentibus To all the professors & teachers of Christs words, and the apostles and saints / authore G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] A cry for repentance, unto the inhabitants of London chieflie, and unto all the vvorld, whose fruits do shame their profession, and that they may come to yea and nay, in all their communications and dealings, that their life may judge the world; for who are out of that, are in the evil, and falls into the condemnation of the Devil. Given forth for the information of the simple, that they may know the way of life, and out of the evill communication which corrupts good manners.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1698] A collection of many select and Christian epistles, letters and testimonies written on sundry occasions, by that ancient, eminent, faithful friend and minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox ; the second volume.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1666] A controversie which hath been betwixt the Quakers, Protestants and Papists, above this twelve years, concerning the Church
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] Concerning the true baptism and the false by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1685] Concerning the pure and undefiled religion that was set up above sixteen hundred years ago, which all that do own God and Christ are to walk in
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1689] Concerning the antiquity of the people of God, called Quakers their worship, their mother, new and heavenly Jerusalem, their faith, and who is the author and finisher of it ... the Church of Christ's prayer, and in what, their cross, and their baptism / by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1684] Concerning such as shall enter into the Kingdom of God and new and heavenly Jerusalem, and such as shall not.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] Concerning sons and daughters, and prophetesses speaking and prophecying in the law and the gospel and concerning womens learning in silence and also concerning womens not speaking in the church ...
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1682] Concerning persecution in all ages to this day ... G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] Concerning marriage how God made them male and female in the beginning.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1657] Concerning good-morrow, and good-even; the worlds customs:: but by the light which into the world is come, by it made manifest to all who be in the darkness. G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1662] A clear discovery wherein all people may see who hath been true ministers, and sent of Christ, and who hath been false teachers, and hath run, and the Lord never sent them, these hundred of years past with a warning to all those who persecute them who own Christ come in the flesh, and for conscience sake cannot pay the tenth of their fruits and labours to a changeable priesthood with a letter to all Friends in the truth : also a letter to all ministers whose mouths are opened to preach at the command of men, and to all those whose mouths are stopped, and give over preaching at the command of men.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] The Christian judges, so called their words judged by the holy men of God, and Christ, and his apostles, and by the heathen ... / by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1677] Christ's parable of Dives and Lazarus for all call'd Christians and others to consider by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1662] Christ's light the only antidote to overcome and expel the poison of Satans greatest temptations also a measuring rule concerning liberty and persecution, and who have been the persecutors and who have been the sufferers from the beginning.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] The cause why Adam & Eve were driven out of paradice and the Jews out of their own land of Canaan by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1675] Cain against Abel, representing New-England's church-hirarchy, in opposition to her Christian Protestant dissenters by George Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1661] An answer to the arguments of the Iewes, in which they go about to prove that the Messiah is not come in which answer it is proved that the Messiah is, and hath been come about 1661 years : and theirs and other arguments of the Christians laid aside, which is not to the purpose.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1676] The beginning of tythes in the law and ending of tythes in the Gospel / by G. Fox.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1667] The arraignment of popery being a short collection, taken out of the chronicles, and other books, of the state of the church in the primitive times : also, the state of the Papists, and how long it was before the universal pope and mass was set up, and the time of bringing in all their rudiments and traditions, beads and images, purgatory, tythes and inquisitions : also, a relation of their cruelties they acted after the Pope got up, being worse then the heathen and Turk, New Rome having proved like Old : also, what the people of England worshipped before they were Christians : with several other things, which may be profitable for people to read over, where all that fear God may see, read, try, and give judgment by the spirit of truth : to which is added, The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church / by G.F. and E.H.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1658] An answer to a paper which came from the papists lately out of Holland who goeth about to vindicate the Pope, Jesuits, and papists ... / [by] G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1678] An answer to several new laws and orders made by the rules of Boston in New-England the tenth day of the eight moneth, 1677 by G.F.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1659] An answer to Dr. Burgess his book, entituled A case concerning of buying bishop lands which he spread before the Parliament, wherein he goes about to justifie that tythes is the ministers of the gospels maintenance.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1688] An ansvver to the speech or decalration [sic] of the great Turk, Sulton Mahomet Which he sent to Leopold Emperor of Germany. And is a defence of the true Christian religion against the said Turks antichristian speech. And a testimony for the Lord Jesus Christ. This was written, by George Fox, five years since, being 1683. And is it now a true prophesie, and fulfilled on the Great Turk Sulan Mahomet? who was removed and put out of his high throne the year 1687. With allowance.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1683] All friends everywhere this is the word of the Lord unto you all.
Fox, George, 1624-1691. / [1656] (Here all may see, that) justice and judgement is to rule. And the power of God without respecting mens persons, or observing the worlds complements. And sheweth how the pure religion keeps out from the spots of the world. ... And sheweth the prisoning for not bowing the hat, is such a thing as hath not been since the world began.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A vvord to the people of the world, who hates the light, to be witnessed by the light in them all; wherein is shewed unto them, what the light is, which is the condemnation of the world with its deeds, and what the spirit of truth is, and what it leads them unto, who are led by it; and what the spirit of errour is, and what it leads them into, who are lead by it; and also they are here exhorted to repent whiles they have the light, to believe and walk in the light, least darkness come upon them, and they into it be cast, where there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Also a few queries to such professors as stumbles at the light, the word, the kingdom, and spirit of God within, and tell people that none can be free from sin in this life, and yet say that they own the scriptures.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] [The] words of the everlasting and true Light, vvho is the eternal living God, and the King of saints, which he gave unto me his servant, to declare unto the inhabitants of the earth, and unto all such as have any true tender desires in them after righteousnesse, and truth. And this is the message which I have heard and received of God, and now in his power do I declare it unto you, that the true God is Light, and in him is no darknesse at all, and he onely hath immortality, and dwelleth in the light, and all the nations of them that are saved shall walk in his light; but unto the wilful and disobedient who are offended at the light, the light shall be a rock of offence, and a stone of stumbling, and a snare, a trap, and a ginn, and they shall be snared, and shall stumble and fall and be broken by it. / By George Fox the younger in the truth.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1663] Two epistles sent in manuscript to friends of truth and now printed for their further service / by George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1663] Two general epistles sent in manuscript to friends of truth by George Fox the younger ; and now printed for their further service.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A visition [sic] of love unto all people (in whose hearts there are any true, honest tender desires begotten towards God and his righteousness) in what sect or opinion or profession soever theybe [sic] in which is not in the light ... / by a labourer in the power of truth (which doth make free) for the deliverance and freedom of the righteous seed, George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A visitation of love unto all people (in whose hearts there are any true honest tender desires begotten towards God and his righteousness) in what sect or opinion or profession soever they be ... / by a labourer in the power of truth (which doth make free) for the deliverance and freedom of the righteous seed, George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] A true relation of the unlawful and unreasonable proceedings of the magistrates of Harwich in Essex against the people of the Lord (called Quakers) also the manner of their imprisoning of George Fox the younger, whom they with Robert Grassingham accused to the Parliament, and also the manner of the Parliaments proceedings against them.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] To the called of God who believes in the light of the Lambe to be read in their assemblyes in the pure dread of the Lord.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] This is for you who are called the Comon-vvealths-men [sic] both in the Army and Parliament to read. Wherein are many plain and true things declared unto you (which are suitable to your present estate and condition) that that [sic] ye may consider them in the same that they are sent unto you in, which is in truth, and in sincerity, and singlenesse and uprightnesse of heart, in that love which thinks no evil, even in obedience unto the spirit of the Lord, which also saith, try all things, and hold fast that which is good. / Given forth by George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] The testimony of God to those rulers, teachers, and people of this present age ... wherein Gods controversie with them is plainly demonstrated / opened and given by the spirit of truth, which is made mainfest in that earthen vessel which is called George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] Honest, vpright, faithful, and plain dealing with thee O army of the common-wealth (so called) without flattery, in true unfeigned love to thee with something more particularly unto the officers of the army, and those that join with them in the outward government of this nation : wherein truth, uprightness, and equity is declared for, and deceit, wickedness, oppression, and tyranny is declared against / by one who loves the prosperity of truth, and the good and well-being of all creatures, George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1661] Englands sad estate & condition lamented in this just complaint taken up against the greatest part of her inhabitants because of their great abominations and treacherous dealings, both with God and man, for which cause the terrible and righteous judgements of the Lord are coming upon them and the land : wherein is also contained some prophecies and exhortations / by George Fox, the Younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] Honest, plain, down-right-dealing with the people called episcopal-men, & Presbyterians.: In this seasonable advice given unto them, and their teachers.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1659] A fevv plain words to be considered by those of the army, or others that would have a Parliament that is chosen by the voyces of the people, to govern the three nations. Wherein is shewed unto them according to the Scriptures of truth, that a Parliament so chosen, are not like to govern for God, and the good of his people. Also something to the other part of the army, and the new committee, who turned out, or ownes the turning out of the late Parliament. / From a lover of the truth of God, and all his creatures, George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] A general epistle and a tender greeting, sent unto the flock of Christ; who meet together, to worship the Father and the Son in the spirit of truth; to be read in the fear and wisdom of God, amongst them.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [11th month, 1659] For the Parliament of England and their army so called.:
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] The dread of Gods power, uttering its voice thorough man, unto the heads of the nation. / George Fox the younger.
Fox, George, d. 1661. / [1660] The breathings of true love from the immortal seed in the prisoner for the Lord, unto his people.
Fox, John, fl. 1704-1735. / [1694] John Fox Gent. plaintiff; and Simon Harcourt Esq; defendant. In a writ of error brought by the plaintiff upon a judgment given against him in the Court of King's Bench, in an action of indebitatus assumpsit, there brought by Mr. Harcourt against Mr. Fox, for trying the right of the place of clerkship of the peace for the county of Middlesex.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1667] VVomens speaking justified, proved and allowed of by the Scriptures all such as speak by the spirit and power of the Lord Iesus : and how women were the first that preached the tidings of the resurrection of Jesus and were sent by Christ's own command before he ascended to the Father, John 20:17.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] A true testimony from the people of God (who by the world are called Quakers) of the doctrines of the prophets, Christ, and the Apostles, which is witnessed unto, by them who are now raised up by the same power, and quickned by the same spirit and blood of the everlasting convenant which brought again our Lord Jesus from the dead ... / by M.F.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1659] To the general councel, and officers of the army, and to every member in particular Friends, I am moved of the Lord to write unto you, in the name and power of our Lord Jesus Christ; ...
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] This was given to Major Generall Harrison and the rest
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] This is to the clergy who are the men that goes about to settle religion (as they say) according to the Church of England, whether they may be bishops or presbyters, or what name soever they may go under.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] An evident demonstration to Gods elect which clearly manifesteth to them I. How necessary and expedient it is for them to come to witnesse true faith, II. That after they have attained to the faith, it must be tried as gold is tried in the fire, III. It shews how many have departed from the faith and denied it, IV. That the standing of the saints is by faith in the Son of God, V. How strong Abraham was in the faith and how all that believe are to look unto him / by Margret Fell.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1691] The standard of the Lord revealed he hath led and guided and preserved his people since Adam to this day ... : as also a clear manifestation by the Scriptures of the recovering and redeeming his spiritual seed and body, which is his church ... / given forth at Lancaster Castle 11 month 1665/6 by M.F. a prisoner of the Lord.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1659] A paper concerning such as are made ministers by the will of man
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1656] A loving salutation to the seed of Abraham among the Jewes: where ever they are scattered up and down upon the face of the earth. And to the seed of Abraham among all people upon the face of the earth; which are all out of the way ... And the way of truth opened to them, which is the way of holinesse ... where the uncleane cannot passe, bnt [sic] is for the ransomed and redeemed to returne to Zion ... Thus saith the Lord thy redeemer ... By M.F.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1666] A letter sent to the King from M.F. here is also thereunto annexed a paper written unto the magistrates in 1664, which was then printed, and should have been dispersed, but was prevented by wicked hands / by M.F.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1656] For Manasseth Ben Israel. The call of the Jewes out of Babylon. Which is good tidings to the meek, liberty to the captives, and for the opening of the prison doores.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1666] A declaration and an information from us the people of God called Quakers to the present governours, the King and both Houses of Parliament, and all whom it may concern / M.F.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1660] The Citie of London reproved for its abominations, which doth concern all the inhabitants thereof that are guilty.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1668?] A call unto the seed of Israel that they may come out of Egypts darkness and house of bondage unto the land of rest : also the righteous law of God justified : with an epistle to all those whose desire are after the truth as it is in Jesus where ever they are scattered : also twenty five queries to all the worlds priests and people that say the light of Christ is natural / by M.F.
Fox, Margaret Askew Fell, 1614-1702. / [1665] A call to the universall seed of God throughout the whole world to come up to the place of publick worship which Christ Jesus the great prophet hath set up ...
Foxcroft, John. / [MDCXCVII 1697] The beauty of magistracy with other observations concerning government, represented in an assize-sermon preach'd in St. Mary's Church in Leicester, the 26th day of March, 1697 / by John Foxcroft.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1570] A sermon of Christ crucified, preached at Paules Crosse the Friday before Easter, commonly called Goodfryday written and dedicated to all such as labour and be heavy laden in conscience, to be read for their spirituall comfort / by Iohn Foxe ; newly recognished [sic] by the author.
Foxe, John, 1516-1587. / [1589] An abridgement of the booke of acts and monumentes of the Church: written by that Reuerend Father, Maister Iohn Fox: and now abridged by Timothe Bright, Doctour of Phisicke, for such as either through want of leysure, or abilitie haue not the vse of so necessary an history
Foxon, William. / [1649] A brief discovery of the particular making out the infinite reigning and being of God in mankind. Together with a particular description of Hell, and the torments there ensuing and accompanying. And withall, the arival of the Creature in the day of Gods judgement; together with the day of his appearing, from those words in the 97. Psalm, 1, and 2. verses. / By William Foxon.
Förster, Thomas. / [1656] The lay-mans lawyers revievved & enlarged being a second part of the practice of the law, relating to the punishment of offences committed against the publique peace : containing the forms of process, indictments, and proceeding to judgement, as well in all manner of crimes deserving death, as others of corporall and pecuniary punishments : also a discourse of pardons and remissions of punishments, the office and duty of a goaler, constable, and other assistants for preservation of the peace / by Tho. Forster ... ; with an exact table, relating to all the matters therein contained.