3 edition of 1679, a yea and nay almanack for the people called by much of the world Quakers found in the catalog.
1679, a yea and nay almanack for the people called by much of the world Quakers
|Other titles||A yea and nay almanack, The second part of the yea and nay almanack|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 931:49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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a yea and nay almanack for the people called by much of the world Quakers: containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, a being the third after the bissextile or the leaping year: calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may indifferently serve for any other Title: The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian People Called Quakers Intermixed with Several Remarkable Occurrencs.
Author: William Sewel Release Date: [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HISTORY OF RISE OF QUAKERS *** Produced by Emmanuel Quakerisme the path-way to paganisme, or, A vieu of the Quakers religion being an examination of the theses and apologie of Robert Barclay, one of their number, published lately in Latine, to discover to the world, what that is, which they hold and owne for the only true Christian ?rgn=div2;view=fulltext.
Isaac Penington (–) wrote: At last, after all my distresses, wanderings and sore travails, I met with some writings of this people called Quakers, which I cast a slight eye upon and disdained, as falling very short of that wisdom, light, life and power, which I had been longing for and searching after An answer to a book published by Richard Smith of Westchester wherein the people of God called Quakers (more particularly in this county of Cheshire) are cleared from the wrong, injustice, and false accusations by him charged upon them / written for the information and satisfaction of the sober-minded by Alexander ://?cginame=text-idx;id=navbarbrowselink;key=title;page.
[Pg 5] THE PREFACE. After a labour of more than five and twenty years, this history at length appears in public view; to the compiling of which I was induced from the consideration that the rise and increase of that religious society, which in this work I have given a circumstantial account of, is indeed so rare and wonderful a thing, that I think few will be met with in modern histories Historical Summary Bibliography as in No.
://?DocID=4BZII6YXV7YFYQA. A true account of the proceedings, sence and advice of the people called Quakers at the Yearly Meeting of faithful Friends and bretheren begun in London on the 28th day of the 3d month,and held by adjournment unto the 11th of the month following, in order to put an end to the divisions and differences among some of the people called ?cginame=text-idx;id=navbarbrowselink;key=title;page.
Mary Dyer (born Marie Barrett; c. – 1 June ) was an English and colonial American Puritan turned Quaker who was hanged in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the is one of the four executed Quakers people.
There was much in the state both of Scotland and of Ireland which might well excite the painful apprehensions of a farsighted statesman. As yet, however, there was the appearance of tranquillity. For the first time all the British isles were peaceably united under one sceptre.
It should seem that the weight of England among European nations?bookID=librarian_ Quaker Quote Archive. That which the people called Quakers lay down as a main fundamental in religion is this— That God, through Christ, hath placed a principle in every man, to inform him of his duty, and to enable him to do it; and that those that live up to this principle are the people of God, and those that live in disobedience to it Salter, gentleman, Scituate from Removed to Barnstable, but returned after a few years.
Stood for fiar dealing toward the Quakers, was much opposted for this my other magistrates, was deputy, assistant majoy General in command of the United Colonies: Managed by: Monte Lee Porter, Jr.
Last Updated: Octo ST. JAMES THE JUST OF JERUSALEM SPIRITUAL CENTER. We are dedicated to following Christ's Way in obedience and love. He is our Teacher. As often-imprisoned Quaker founder George Fox preached “Christ has come to teach his people himself”. Pray to the Lord directly. Rely on Him, not on what is of this world.
Be perfect as He wants us to  Besides this, it was observ’d with great Uneasiness by the People, that the weekly Bills in general encreas’d very much during these Weeks, altho’ it was at a Time-of the Year, when usually the Bills are very moderate.  The usual Number of Burials within the Bills of Mortality for a Week, was from about or thereabouts, to The last was esteem’d a pretty high Bill; but Of what this rage meant, and of the spirit in which it was endured, we learn much from the History of Thomas Ellwood.
Isaac Penington, whose influence upon young Ellwood’s mind is often referred to in this book, was born in the year of Shakespeare’s death, and had joined the Society of Friends inwhen his own age was forty-two and White Slavery In The Barbary States.
History has been sometimes called a gallery, where, in living forms, are preserved the scenes, the incidents, and the characters of the past. It may also be called the world's great charnel house, where are gathered coffins, dead men's bones, and all the uncleanness of the years that have :// Or a remedy against love Thou little peevish God.
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Introduction. George Fox may be variously described. If we look at him from the standpoint of orthodox Catholicism we shall see a heretical genius, a man who tried to re-organise the church and succeeded in establishing a sect—in defiance of the fact of the rarity of the religious and the still greater rarity of the mystical temperament—upon a basis of mystical opportunism, in a The FIRST SERIES of "THE COMIC ALMANACK," from toa nine years' gathering of the Best Humour, the Wittiest Sayings, the Drollest Quips, and the Best Things of Thackeray, Hood, Mayhew, Albert Smith, A'Beckett, Robert Brough, with nearly one thousand Woodcuts and Steel Engravings by the inimitable Cruikshank, Hine, Landells — Those people, somewhat like the people of Kentucky, deny the practice of persecution.
but behold what follows: "On October the 20th,Robinson, Stevenson and Mary Dyre (three Quakers) received the sentnence of death, which was executed upon the two men, the. The Creation Of The World Angels Providence The Moral Constitution Of The Soul Will, Conscience, Liberty, Etc.
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