Quaker Tracts:
A Collection of 109 Pamphlets in 16 Volumes

 

List Arranged by Author (or title)

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Melinda K. Hayes, Librarian
Specialized Libraries & Archival Collections
University of Southern California

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Call Number: BX7732.Q3

Accounts of two attempts towards the civilization of some Indian natives. London: Phillips and Fardon, printers, George Yard, Lombard Street, [1806]
Contents: A brief account of the proceedings of the committee appointed in the year 1795 by the yearly meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, &c, for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the natives. Philadelphia: Phillips and Fardon, 1806 -- A brief account of the proceedings of the committee, appointed by the yearly meeting of Friends, held in Baltimore for promoting the improvement and civilization of the Indian natives. Baltimore: Phillips and Fardon, 1806. Volume 1 Pamphlet 6

An Address to Christians: particularly those who are united in circulating the scriptures, by a layman, who is desirous to see Christianity accompanied with that lively faith which bringeth all deeds to light, that it might be made manifest that they are wrought in God. Oxford: printed for the author by T. Bell, 1821. Volume 3 Pamphlet 1

Alderson, John, 1721-1764. Some useful observations and advices, taken from the mouth of John Alderson, deceased ; with a short account of him, during the time of his last illness. To which is added, a testimony from the Monthly-meeting of Sedbergh in Westmorland, concerning him. London: printed by Luke Hinde, at the bible in George-yard, Lombard-Street, 1765.
Two copies of this text are bound in. Volume 8 Pamphlet 6

Allen, William, 1770-1843. Thoughts on the importance of religion. York: printed by W. Blanchard and Son, 1808. Volume 16 Pamphlet 3

An Answer to a letter written by Mr. J. Wilson: entitled A letter to the Rev. J. Farrar, in answer to his remarks, delivered in a sermon, Sabbath July 8th, 1821. Stockton: printed by J. Appleton, 1824. Volume 12 Pamphlet 4

Arscott, Alexander, 1676-1737. The primitive testimony of the people called Quakers: together with exhortations to all those, who are under that profession, in the city of Bristol, to faithfulness therein, by the Mens meeting of the said people. The 2nd ed. Leeds: printed by James Lister, 1738. P Volume 14 Pamphlet 5

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Backhouse, James, 1794-1869. A memoir of Deborah Backhouse, of York: who died the tenth of the twelfth month, 1827, aged thirty-four years. York: printed by W. Alexander & son, Castlegate, 1828. Volume 12 Pamphlet 2

Bangs, Benjamin, 1652-1741. Memoirs of the life and convincement of that worthy Friend Benjamin Bangs: late of Stockport in Cheshire, deceased. Mostly taken from his own mouth, by Joseph Hobson. A new ed. London: printed and sold by James Phillips & Son, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1798. Volume 10 Pamphlet 3

Barclay, John, 1797-1838. An affectionate address to such of the people called Friends: as reside in London, and its vicinity, by a lover of that people. London: printed by Richard Edwards, Crane Court, Fleet Street, 1818. Volume 15 Pamphlet 6

Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690. Universal love considered and established upon its right foundation: being a serious inquiry how far charity may, and ought to, be extended towards persons of different judgments in matters of religion and whose principles, among the several sects of Christians, do most naturally lead to that due moderation required, written in the spirit of love and meekness, for the removing of stumbling blocks out of the way of the simple, by a lover of the souls of all men, Robert Barclay. A new ed. London: printed and sold by James Phillips and Son ..., 1799. Volume 2 Pamphlet 10

Bell, Deborah, 1688 or 9-1738. A short journal of the labours and travels in the work of the ministry, of that faithful servant of Christ, Deborah Bell. London: James Phillips, George Yard Lombard Street, 1776.
Includes "The Testimony of John Bell concerning his Wife Deborah Bell": p. ix-xxviii. Volume 11 Pamphlet 1

Benezet, Anthony, 1713-1784. [Caution and warning to Great Britain] A caution to Great Britain and her colonies: in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved negroes in the British dominions, by Ant. Benezet. A new ed. Philadelphia: Printed ; London: Reprinted and sold by James Phillips, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1784. Volume 1 Pamphlet 4

A caution to Great Britain and her colonies: in a short representation of the calamitous state of the enslaved Negroes in the British dominions, by Anthony Benezet. A new ed. [London]: Philadelphia printed, London reprinted and sold by James Phillips ..., 1785.
Volume 5 Pamphlet 2

Besse, Joseph, 1683?-1757. A letter to Stephen Clarke, rector of Burythorpe in Yorkshire: in answer to his Short vindication of the clergy's right to tithes, by one of the people called Quakers. London: printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George Yard, Lombard-Street, 1740.
Two copies of this text are bound in. Volume 8 Pamphlet 3

Bevan, Joseph Gurney, 1753-1814. A reply to so much of a sermon published in the course of last year by Philip Dodd: as relates to the well known scruple of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, against all swearing, by Joseph Gurney Bevan. London: printed by W. Phillips, 1808. Volume 2 Pamphlet 5

Thoughts on reason and revelation, particularly the revelation of the scriptures, by Joseph Gurney Bevan. London: printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, 1805. Volume 2 Pamphlet 7

Brayton, Patience Greene, 1733-1794. A short account of the life and religious labours of Patience Brayton: late of Swansey, in the state of Massachusetts, mostly selected from her own minutes. New York, printed ; London: reprinted and sold by William Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1802. Volume 10 Pamphlet 2

British and Foreign Bible Society. Twenty-fourth anniversary of the British and Foreign Bible Society. [S.l.: s.n.], 1825 ( London: Printed by A. Applegath) Volume 3 Pamphlet 5

Bogue, David, 1750-1825. On universal peace: being extracts from a discourse delivered in October 1813, by David Bogue. 2nd ed. London: printed by R. Clay... sold by J. Hatchard... & T. Hamilton..., 1823. (Tract No. VI of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace) Volume 3 Pamphlet 13

Brook, Mary, ca. 1726-1782. Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting, in order to the solemn worship of God: to which are added, several quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology, by Mary Brook. The 2nd ed. London: printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at no. 2, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1774. Volume 2 Pamphlet 2

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Chandler, Rachel. A letter from Rachel Chandler, to ministers and elders. London: printed at the Bible in George-Yard..., 1766. Volume 4 Pamphlet 11

Clarkson, Thomas, 1760-1846. An essay on the doctrines and practice of the early Christians, as they relate to war: addressed to those who profess to have a regard for the Christian name, by Thomas Clarkson, M.A. 7th ed. London: printed by R. Clay, sold by J. Hatchard... & T. Hamilton..., 1824.
(Tract no. III of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace) Volume 3 Pamphlet 10

Continuation of the appendix to the Second report of the Committee on African Instruction. London: printed by Harvey, Darton and Co., 1824.
Consists of extracts from letters from "Hannah Killam and John Thompson, dated the 21st of 2nd Mo. and the 8-11th of 3rd Mo. 1824." Volume 3 Pamphlet 7

Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. An epistle of tender counsel and advice to all that have believed the truth, to exhort them to faithfulness thereunto..., written by one that travails for Zion's prosperity, Stephen Crisp. New ed. London: printed by James Phillips, 1787.
Contents: I. In taking heed of settling in a formality without the power --I. To take heed the spirit of this world doth not drink up their spirits -- III. To keep their word, and let their yea always be yea -- IV. Not to trust too much to education -- V. To love one another. Volume 4 Pamphlet 8

Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692. A short history of a long travel from Babylon to Bethel. The 8th ed. London: printed and sold by Mary Hinde, at no. 2, in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1771. Autobiographical account in the style of Pilgrim's Progress of Crisp's conversion to Quakerism. Volume 13 Pamphlet 6

Crook, John, 1617-1699. The design of Christianity: being extracts from the works of that ancient servant of Jesus Christ, John Crook. Whitby: printed by Thomas Webster, 1802. Volume 15 Pamphlet 4

An epistle for unity, to prevent the wiles of the enemy, by John Crook . London: reprinted by Luke Hinde ..., 1760.
Written when the author was a prisoner of conscience. Volume 4 Pamphlet 7

A short history of the life of John Crook: containing some of his spiritual travels, and breathings after God, in his young and tender years: also an account of various temptations wherewith he was exercised, and the means by which he came to the knowledge of the truth, written by himself. The 2nd ed. London: printed and sold by Luke Hinde ..., 1757. Volume 7 Pamphlet 10

Crowe, William, 1733-1805. An account of the early life and convincement of William Crowe: late of Norwich, deceased. Also a narrative of a religious visit performed in the year 1786; to which are added, extracts from letters and memorandums. London: printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, 1805. Volume 6 Pamphlet 1

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Darby, Abiah, 1716-1794. Useful instruction for children, by way of question and answer: in two parts, by Abiah Darby. 6th ed. London: printed and sold by J. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1795. Volume 13 Pamphlet 4

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Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713. A collection of poems on various subjects, by Thomas Ellwood. 2nd ed. London: printed and sold by Mary Hinde [177-?] Volume 4 Pamphlet 1

Erasmus, Desiderius, d. 1536. Extracts from the writings of Erasmus, on the subject of war. 6th ed. London: printed by R. Clay: sold by Hatchard & Son... Adams & Co..., c1825. Tract no. IV of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace) Volume 3 Pamphlet 11

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A Few observations tending to expose the unfairness of some censures on the character of David Sands: in a publication called A narrative of events that have lately taken place in Ireland, among the Society called Quakers, &c. London: printed by W. Darton, Jun., no. 40, Holborn HIll, 1804. Volume 8 Pamphlet 5

Fothergill, Samuel, 1715-1772. Remarks on an address to the people called Quakers: and a sermon on the nature and necessity of being admitted into covenant with Christ, by baptism, published by Matthew Pilkington... in a letter to the author, by S. Fothergill, to which are added a few observations, by J. Phipps. London: printed and sold by Samuel Clark, 1761. Volume 4 Pamphlet 4

Fragments to the memory of the late Richard Reynolds, esq. the philanthropist: including, (by permission of the author) Montgomery's poem; together with anecdotes and reflections, in prose and verse; never before published; being the sequel to excitements to beneficence. London: published by Darton, Harvey and Darton, William Darton, and J. and A. Arch, 1817 ( Manchester: C. H. Cowdroy) Volume 3 Pamphlet 3

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Great Britain. Statutes. Extracts from an act of Parliament, entitled, An Act for enabling his Majesty to establish a permanent local militia force, under certain restrictions, for the defence of the realm (48 Geo. III. Cap. CXI.) London: printed by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, [1808?] Volume 14 Pamphlet 6

Griffith, John, 1713-1776. Some brief remarks upon sundry important subjects: necessary to be understood and attended to by all professing the Christian religion, principally addressed to the people called Quakers, by John Griffith. London: printed by W. Richardson and S. Clark and sold by L. Hinde, MDCCLXIV [i.e. 1764] Volume 6 Pamphlet 2

Gurney, John, 1715?-1770. An affectionate address to the youth of Norwich Monthly-meeting. The 2nd ed. London: printed by James Phillips, MDCCLXXVI [i.e. 1776] Volume 7 Pamphlet 3

Gwin, Thomas, 1656?-1720. The will and testament of Thomas Gwin, of Falmouth: being some religious and serious considerations, which he recommends to his children and friends, and such as may remain after his decease. Writ in the fifty-second year of his age. 3d ed. Leeds: printed by Thomas Gill, 1792. Volume 7 Pamphlet 2

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Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676. The great audit or good steward: being some necessary and important considerations to be considered of by all sorts of people, taken out of (that late worthy and renowned Judge) Sir Matthew Hale's writings. And therein his own experience, of the inward and invisible guidance of the spirit of God. 12th ed. [S.l.: s.n.], [1800?]
Extracted from his Contemplations moral and divine. Volume 13 Pamphlet 2

Hall, David, 1683-1756. A compassionate call, and hand reached forth in tender gospel love: to all such persons, as having once made profession of the blessed truth, yet by some misconduct or other, have unhappily forfeited their unity with the Society of Friends; in what capacity, post or station soever in the church they may have been; or in what circumstance of life soever they now stand, in their present disunited station, by David Hall. London: printed by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, M,DCC,XLVIII [ie. 1748] Volume 9 Pamphlet 2

To Friends of Waresborough monthly-meeting, held at Asquith the 21st of the twelfth month 1752: and to the next meeting at York; which is now extended to the quarterly and monthly-meetings of Friends in Great Britain and elsewhere. [England], 1752. Volume 7 Pamphlet 9

Holme, Benjamin, 1683-1749. A serious call in Christian love to all people: to turn to the Spirit of Christ in themselves, that they may come to have a right understanding of the things of God and be enabled thereby to serve Him acceptably; with some observations on the following heads: 1. The universality of God's love in send his son to die for all men, 2. The Holy scriptures, 3. Worship, 4. Baptism, 5. The supper, 6. Perfection, 7. The resurrection..., by Benjamin Holme. 6th ed. rev. and corr. Leeds: printed by James Lister, 1744. Volume 9 Pamphlet 3

A serious call in Christian love to all people, to turn to the spirit of Christ in themselves: that they may come to have a right understanding of the things of God, and be enabled thereby to serve him acceptably: with some observation son the following heads; 1. The universality of God's love in sending his son to die for all men. 2. The holy scriptures. 3. Worship. 4. Baptism. 5. The Supper. 6. Perfection. 7. The resurrection. 8. Swearing, by Benjamin Holme. The fourteenth ed. London: printed and sold by Mary Hinde, [177-?] Volume 7 Pamphlet 1

Horrors of West India slavery. Kirbymoorside, England: printed by Harrison and Cooper, 1806. Volume 11 Pamphlet 3

Hull, Henry, 1765-1834. An address to the youth of the Society of Friends in Great Britain and Ireland: especially those who attended the yearly meeting in London, in 1812, by Henry Hull. London: printed and sold by William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1812. Volume 15 Pamphlet 5

Hume, Sophia, 1702-1774 A caution to such as observe days and times: to which is added an address to magistrates, parents, masters of families, &c, by Sophia Hume. 5th ed. London: sold by J. Ridley... G. Kearsly... and W. Richardson and L. Urquhart..., MDCCLXVI [i.e. 1766] Volume 4 Pamphlet 6

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London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) An address to the inhabitants of Europe on the iniquity of the slave trade, issued by the religious Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, in Great Britain and Ireland. London: printed by W. Phillips, 1822. Volume 3 Pamphlet 6

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) Epistles from the Yearly meeting of Friends: held in London, to the quarterly & monthly meetings in Great Britain, Ireland, and elsewhere, from 1681 to 1817 inclusive: with an index to the principal subjects of advice. London: printed by and for W. & S. Graves, and sold by William Alexander, York, 1817. Volume 3 Pamphlet 2

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) Scriptures. London: W. Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1802.
Reprints materials under the heading of Scriptures in the Book of Extracts from the minutes of London Yearly Meeting for 1700, 1720 and several other years. Volume 11 Pamphlet 4

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends). Meeting for Sufferings. The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 1 Pamphlet 7

The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 3 Pamphlet 4

The case of our fellow-creatures, the oppressed Africans: respectfully recommended to the serious consideration of the legislation of Great-Britain, by the people called Quakers. London: printed by James Phillips, 1784. Volume 8 Pamphlet 2

Lurting, Thomas, 1632-1713. The fighting sailor turned peaceable Christian: manifested in the convincement and conversion of Thomas Lurting, with a short relation of many dangers, and wonderful deliverances, he met withal, first written for private satisfaction, and now published for general service. New ed. London: Printed and sold by W. Philipps, George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1801. Volume 10 Pamphlet 4

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Marshall, Charles, 1637-1698. The way of life revealed, and the way of death discovered: wherein is declared, man's happy estate before the fall, his miserable estate in the fall, and the way of restoration out of the fall, into the image of God again, in which man was before the fall; also, the bye paths, crooked ways, wiles, snares, and temptations of the enemy of man's soul discovered, who goeth about as a roaring lion, seeking how he may insnare, and devour those who are in any measure escaping out of his ways of death and destruction..., by Charles Marshall. New ed. London: printed by James Phillips, George Yard, Lombard-Street, 1794. Volume 10 Pamphlet 5

Martin, Josiah, 1683-1747. A letter from one of the people call'd Quakers to Francis De Voltaire: occasioned by his remarks on that people in his letters concerning the English nation. London: printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard Street..., 1741. Volume 8 Pamphlet 4

Marwood, William. Observations on farming: extracted from different authors, and published for the benefit of his tenants, by Wm. Marwood. York: printed by W. Storry, Petersgate, 1795. Volume 11 Pamphlet 6

Melhuish, Thomas, 1737-1802. An account of the early part of the life, and convincement of Thomas Melhuish, late of Taunton, given by himself in a letter to a friend, together with a short account of his subsequent life, &c.; with extracts from some of his letters on religious subjects. Collected and arranged by two Friends, to whom he committed the revisal of his papers. London: printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1805. Volume 11 Pamphlet 2

An account of the early part of the life, and convincement of Thomas Melhuish, late of Taunton, given by himself in a letter to a friend, together with a short account of his subsequent life, &c.; with extracts from some of his letters on religious subjects. Collected and arranged by two Friends, to whom he committed the revisal of his papers. London: printed and sold by Phillips and Fardon, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1805. Volume 15 Pamphlet 3

Milton, John, 1608-1674. Considerations touching the likeliest means to remove hirelings out of the Church. [England], [17--?] Volume 7 Pamphlet 8

Moon, John, of Stockton. Observations and quotations on obtaining church-membership: by a natural birth and education; with some remarks on a part of our discipline: being an address to the people called Quakers, by John Moon. 2d ed. Stokesley: printed by W. Pratt, 1815. Volume 8 Pamphlet 7

A second address to the people called Quakers: containing some further quotations and expostulations, by John Moon. Stokesley: printed by W. Pratt, 1815. Volume 8 Pamphlet 8

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Neale, Mary, 1717-1757. Some account of the life and religious exercises of Mary Neale, formerly Mary Peisley, principally compiled from her own writings. 2nd ed. Dublin:: Printed by John Gough, successor to R. Jackson, no. 20, Meath-Street, 1795. Volume 14 Pamphlet 1

Some account of the life and religious exercises of Mary Neale, formerly Mary Peisley, principally compiled from her own writings. 2nd ed. Dublin:: printed by John Gough, successor to R. Jackson, no. 20, Meath-Street, 1795. Volume 16 Pamphlet 1

Nicholson, Thomas, 1715-1780. An epistle to friends in Great Britain: to whom is the salutation of my love in the unchangeable truth. [Newbern, N.C.: James Davis?, 1762] Volume 4 Pamphlet 9

Nixon, Barnaby, 1752?-1807. Biographical and other extracts from the manuscript writings of Barnaby Nixon. York: printed and published by W. Alexander & Son, Castlegate..., 1822. Volume 12 Pamphlet 1

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Pearson, Anthony, 1628-1670? The great case of tithes: truly stated, clearly open'd, and fully resolv'd, by Anthony Pearson, formerly a justice of peace in Westmorland. With an appendix. London: printed and sold by Luke Hinde, at the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard-Street, 1754.
" The appendix. An account of tithes in general" (p. 67-128) by Thomas Ellwood, includes his "Of impropriate tithes" and also reasons given by Thomas Bennett concerning the unjust exaction of tithes; some arguments against tithes, extracted from a treatise by John Milton; and some extracts from the Answer to the country-parson's plea against the Quakers tithe-bill [by John Hervey, baron Hervey]. Volume 9 Pamphlet 1

Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679. Letters of Isaac Penington: written to his relations and friends, now first published from manuscript copies. To which are added letters of Stephen Crisp, William Penn, R. Barclay, William Caton, Josiah Coale, and others. Now first published. London: printed and sold by James Phillips, 1796. Volume 2 Pamphlet 1

Select pieces on religious subjects: first published about the middle of the last century, by Isaac Penington. London: printed and sold by James Phillips, 1776. Volume 4 Pamphlet 2

Penn, William, 1644-1718. A call to repentance: recommended to the inhabitants of Great Britain in general: with a brief address to the magistrates intrusted with the execution of the laws against prophaneness and immorality. London: printed and sold by J. Roberts, MDCCXLVI [i.e. 1745]
Extracted from Penn's "An address to Protestants upon the present conjuncture." Volume 4 Pamphlet 5

An epistle, containing a salutation to all faithful friends: a reproof to the unfaithful, and a visitation to the enquiring, in a solemn farewell to them all in the land of my nativity, by William Penn. London: printed and sold by James Phillips and Son, 1799. Volume 6 Pamphlet 3

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Committee Appointed for the Gradual Civilization and Welfare of the Indian Natives (1795-1827) A brief account of the proceedings of the committee appointed in the year 1795: by the yearly meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, &c. for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives. Philadelphia ; London: Reprinted and sold by Phillips and Fardon, 1806. Volume 1 Pamphlet 1

A brief account of the proceedings of the committee: appointed in the year 1795 by the yearly meeting of Friends of Pennsylvania, New-Jersey, &c. for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives. Philadelphia printed ; London, reprinted: And sold by Phillips & Fardon, 1806.
Includes A brief account of the proceedings of the committee appointed by the yearly meeting of Friends, held in Baltimore for promoting the improvement and civilization of the Indian natives. Baltimore printed; London reprinted and sold, by Phillips and Fardon, 1806; title precedes the Philadelphia report. Volume 1 Pamphlet 3

Extract from a report made to the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia, in the 4th month, 1815: by its committee for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives. London: printed by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, [1815]
Includes Report to the yearly meeting of Friends for the State of New York, from its Committee for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives, dated 28th of 5th month, 1815, Samuel Parsons. London: printed by William Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard Street, [1815]. Volume 1 Pamphlet 2

Extract from a report made to the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia, in the 4th month, 1815: by its committee for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives. London: printed by W. Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, [1815]
Includes Report to the yearly meeting of Friends for the State of New York, from its Committee for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives, dated 28th of 5th month, 1815, Samuel Parsons. London: printed by William Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard Street, [1815]. Volume 2 Pamphlet 6

Reports to the yearly meeting of Friends held in Philadelphia: from its committee for promoting the improvement and gradual civilization of the Indian natives in 1818 and 1819. London: printed by William Phillips, G. Yard, 1819. Volume 1 Pamphlet 5

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Meeting for Sufferings. Some transactions between the Indians and Friends in Pennsylvania, in 1791 & 1792. London: printed by James Phillips, George Yard, MDCCXCII [i.e. 1792]
Contents: The request of the Seneca chief, Corn Plant, and the answer of the Friends [of Philadelphia] -- Substance of the conversation of Friends at several interviews with the deputies from the Indian southern nations, Cherokees, Creeks, Chickesaws, and Choctaws, at Philadelphia, 2d month, 1792 --[Letter from T. Lear, secretary of President Washington] Volume 4 Pamphlet 10

Phillips, Richard, 1756-1836. Hints, chiefly scriptural, respecting regeneration, by Richard Phillips. 2nd ed., with additions. London: printed and sold by W. Phillips, 1809. Volume 2 Pamphlet 8

Concise remarks on watchfulness and silence, by Richard Phillips. 3rd ed. London: printed and sold by W. Phillips, 1809.
Text on Psalm XVLI, 10. Two copies of this work bound with Letters of Isaac Penington. Volume 2 Pamphlet 9

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Rigge, Ambrose, 1635?-1705. A brief and serious warning to such as are concerned in commerce and trading: who go under the profession of truth, to keep within the bounds thereof, in righteousness, justice and honesty towards all men, written by Ambrose Rigge, in the year 1678 ; and now re-printed, together with the advices of several yearly-meetings of like tendency ; by order of the last Yearly-Meeting in London. London: printed by Mary Hinde ..., 1771.
Includes: "Extracts from the yearly-meeting-epistles, and minutes [1675-1771]": p. 9-20. Volume 4 Pamphlet 3

Roberts, Daniel, 1658-1727. Some memoirs of the life of John Roberts, written by his son Daniel Roberts. 2nd ed. Bristol: printed and sold by Sam. Farley, near the White Hart, in the Old Market, 1747. Volume 9 Pamphlet 4

Robinson, A. (Ann.) An epistle of tender caution and advice to friends especially the youth. London: printed and sold by Luke Hinde, 1751. Volume 7 Pamphlet 4

Rutty, John, 1698-1775. The liberty of the spirit distinguished from that of the flesh, by John Rutty. A new ed. ... York: printed & published by W. Alexander & Son, 1822. Volume 15 Pamphlet 2

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Scott, Job, 1751-1793. The baptism of Christ: a gospel ordinance: being altogether inward and spiritual..., by Job Scott. Providence, printed ; London: reprinted by J. Phillips, 1794. Volume 5 Pamphlet 1

Scott, J. (John), d. 1832. War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Jesus Christ: in a letter to a friend. Recommended to the perusal of the professors of Christianity ..., by J. Scott. 5th ed. London: printed by William Flint, sold by J. Hatchard... and T. Hamilton..., 1820. Volume 3 Pamphlet 9
(Tract no. II of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace)

A sermon, St. Matthew VII. xii: all things whatsoever ye would that [m]en should do unto you, do ye even [s]o to them, for this is the law [a]nd the prophets. [England, 17--?]
Incomplete; text ends mid-sentence. Volume 7 Pamphlet 11

A short account of Mary Weston, Jun. late of Upton, in the county of Essex: particularly the favoured state of her mind during her last illness, published at the request of her father. London: printed and sold by Darton and Harvey, no. 55, Gracechurch-Street, 1799. Volume 10 Pamphlet 6

Sharples, Isaac. A short narrative of our dear and worthy friend, Isaac Sharples, late of Hitchin, written by himself sometime before his decease ; to which are added, some of his solid and weighty expressions, a little before his end. 2nd ed. London: printed and sold by J. Phillips, George-yard, Lombard-Street, 1785. Volume 11 Pamphlet 5

Sketches of the horrors of war: chiefly selected from Labaume's Narrative of the campaign in Russia, in 1812, translated from the French, with some observations, by Evan Rees. 5th ed. London: printed by R. Clay... sold by Hatchard & Son, Picadilly, and Hamilton, Adams & Co., Paternoster Row..., 1824. (Tract no. V of the Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace) Volume 3 Pamphlet 12

Smith, Frederick, 1747-1823. A letter to the children and youth, of the Society of Friends. London: printed by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-Street, 1806. Volume 16 Pamphlet 4

Stacey, George. Brief remarks on the state of man, and his redemption by Jesus Christ, by George Stacey. London: sold by William Phillips... and Darton, Harvey & Co., 1812 (London: G. Cook) Volume 2 Pamphlet 4

Stanton, Daniel, 1708-1770. A journal of the life, travels, and gospel labours, of a faithful minister of Jesus Christ, Daniel Stanton: late of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsylvania, with the testimony of the Monthly Meeting of Friends in that city concerning him. Philadelphia: printed; London, reprinted and sold by James Phillips & Son, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1799. Volume 10 Pamphlet 1

Story, Thomas, 1662-1742. Sermons preached by Thomas Story, and John Gurney, in the meeting of the people called Quakers. London, 1785. Volume 5 Pamphlet 3

Two sermons on the following subjects: viz. I. Salvation by Christ; and the universality of it asserted. II. The nature and necessity, with the benefit and advantage of silence considered, by Mr. Thomas Story; preached in the Meeting of the people called Quakers, in the city of York; taken in short hand as they were delivered; revised by the author, and published by his permission. Leeds: printed by James Lister; sold by Nathaniel Bell... and T. Cooper, 1739. Volume 7 Pamphlet 7

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Taylor, John, of York. A short recital or journal of some of the travels, labours and sufferings John Taylor, late of York, etc. [London: s.n., 1709?] George Whitehead's testimony: "London, the 25th of the 12th month, 1709" -- facing p. 1. Volume 13 Pamphlet 5

Tuke, Henry, 1755-1814. The faith of the people called Quakers, in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: set forth in various extracts from their writings, by Henry Tuke. London: printed and sold by William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1801. Volume 2 Pamphlet 3

Select passages from the Holy scriptures: containing a summary of religious and moral instruction, proper to be committed to memory by young persons, compiled by Henry Tuke. York, [Eng.]: printed by W. Blanchard and Son, 1809. Volume 13 Pamphlet 1

Select passages from the Holy scriptures: containing a summary of religious and moral instruction, proper to be committed to memory by young persons, compiled by Henry Tuke. York, [Eng.]: printed by W. Blanchard and Son, 1809. Volume 14 Pamphlet 3

Turford, Hugh, d. 1713. The ancient Christian's principle: or, Rule of life, revived and brought to light; with a description of true godliness, and the way by which our lives may be conformed thereunto. Also some extracts from the writings of the late Judge Hale. London: printed and sold by William Phillips, George Yard, Lombard Street, 1799. Volume 16 Pamphlet 2

The ancient Christians' principle: or, Rule of life; with a description of true godliness, and the way by which we may conform our lives thereunto, by Hugh Turford. York: printed by Edw. Peck, Lower-Ousegate, 1800. Volume 12 Pamphlet 3

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The Village in the mountains. London: printed by Augustus Applegath and Edward Cowper, Duke-Street, Stamford-Street, for the Religious Tract Society, [18--?] Volume 13 Pamphlet 3

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Waddel, Moses, 1770-1840. Memoirs of the life of Miss Caroline Elizabeth Smelt: who died, 21st September, 1817, in the city of Augusta, Georgia, in the 17th year of her age. Compiled from authentic papers furnished by her friends, and published at their bequest, by Moses Waddel. 2nd ed. New York, printed: Liverpool: re-printed and sold by R. Tilling, 1820. Volume 15 Pamphlet 1

Watson, Peter, Defendant. A full and correct report of the trial of Peter Watson, (of Chester-le-Street,): held at the Ecclesiastical Court, Durham, (eleven successive fortnight days,) for nobly refusing to pay the tyrannical exaction, denominated Easter offerings. Also, a letter to the Bishop of Durham, on the illegal claims of the Church. Stockton: Printed by John Appleton, [1822?] Volume 12 Pamphlet 5

Webster, John, 1610-1682. The saints guide: or, Christ the rule: Manifested by way of positions, consectaries and queries. Wherein is contained the efficacy of acquired knowledge, the mission and maintenance of ministers, and the power of magistrates in spiritual things, by John Webster. The third ed. London: printed and sold by T. Sowle, in White-Hart-Court in Gracious-Street, and at the Bible in Leaden-Hall-Street, 1699. Volume 14 Pamphlet 2

Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723. The divine light of Christ in man: and his mediation, truly confessed by the people called Quakers. In a brief and gentle examination of John Norris his two treatises concerning the divine light. Intended to wipe off his undue reflection of grossness and confusion on the Quakers notion of the light within. With postscript to J. N., by G. W., a servant of Christ. London: Printed for Thomas Northcott, in George-yard in Lombard-Street, 1692. Volume 14 Pamphlet 4

Wilberforce, William, 1759-1833. A letter to the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of Yorkshire: occasioned by the late election for that county, by W. Wilberforce. London: printed by Luke Hansard & Sons, near Lincoln's-Inn Fields, 1807. Volume 8 Pamphlet 1

Worcester, Noah, 1758-1837. The substance of a pamphlet entitled, A solemn review of the custom of war: showing that war is the effect of popular delusion, and proposing a remedy. 7th ed. Hartford ; London: reprinted by R. Clay; sold by J. Hatchard... & T. Hamilton..., 1824.
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Wormall, John. The defence of the prisoners in York Castle for not paying tithes: against the charges of George Markham, vicar of Carlton, in Yorkshire, contained in his book entitled, Truth for the seekers. York: printed by William Blanchard, and sold by the booksellers of York, 1797. Volume 7 Pamphlet 6

State of the case of several of the people called Quakers: imprisoned in York Castle for non-payment of tithes. [England]: s.n., [1795]
Signed at end by John Wormall, John Stansfield, Henry Wormall, Henry King, John Wilkinson, William Hartley, Joseph Brown, and James Walton, and dated October 4, 1795. These Quakers were imprisoned on complaint of George Markham, vicar of Carlton, in Yorkshire. Volume 7 Pamphlet 5


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