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Parsons, 11043, D. 14. Christianity, a system of peace. By Thomas Parsons. New Bedford, 1814. Pearson, o D. 8. The great case of tithes. By A. Pearson. London, 732. Peirce, 13395, O. A vindication of dissenters, in answer to Dr. Wm. Nichols. By James Peirce. London, 171S. Gift of Isaac Lea. Pelton, 11420, D. The absurdities of Methodism. By Samuel Pelton. New York, 1822. Gift of James J. Barclay, Esq. Perot, 11034, D. 4. John (Perot) to all God's imprisoned people for his names-sake salutation. London, 1660. (On p. 5.) From Rome Prison of Madmen, 2d of 8th month, 1660. Phipps, 13294, O. 3. Cursory observations on a late publication, intitled An essay on the simplicity of truth. By J. Phipps. London, 1779. 11041, D. 2. Address to the youth of Norwich monthly meeting. By Joseph) P(hipps). Philadelphia, 1783. — 1 1935, D. 7. To the youth of Norwich meeting. By J. P. 1772. Plutarch, 13506, O. Sur les délais de la justice divine, dans la punition des coupables. Ouvrage de Plutarque, traduit avec notes par Joseph de Maistre. Suivi de la traduction du méme traité, par Amyot. Lyon, 18:33. Potter, 13665, 0.7. Address by the Rt. Rev. A. Potter, at the 64th convention of the P. E. Church in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1848. 13665, O. 8. Charge to the clergy of the diocese. By Rt. Rev. A. Potter. Philadelphia, 1849. 13655, O 9. Charges to the clergy May, 1851 and ’52. By Rt. Rev. A. Potter. Philadelphia, 1852. Priestley, 13538, O. Familiar letters in refutation of charges advanced against Dissenters and Unitarians by Dr. Madan. Also, letters to Rev. Ed. Burn in answer to his on the infallibility of the apostolic testimony concerning the Person of Christ. By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. Birmingham, 1790. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. Pusey, 11934, D. 17. Satan's harbinger encountered; his false news of a trumpet detected; his crooked ways in the wilderness laid open to the view of the impartial and judicious. Being something by way of answer to Daniel Leeds, his book, entitled News of a trumpet sounding in the wilderness, &c. By C. P. (Caleb Pusey.) Printed at Philadelphia by Reynier Jansen, 1700. Pp. 115 of text and 7 of errata. Gift of Dr. G. W. Worris. 13296, O. 7. The bomb search'd and found stuff'd with false ingredients; being a just confutation of an abusive printed half-sheet called BoMB, originally published against the Quakers, by Francis Bugg, but espoused and exposed, and offered to be proved by John Talbot. To which is added: First, a large appendix treating of the real differences that are in divers respects between the Quakers and their opponents. And the Quakers justified from scripture and the ancient Protestants. Secondly, Divers testimonies of those called Fathers of the Church. Thirdly, Divers of D. L.'s (Daniel Leeds) abuses of the Quakers; being herein more fully manifested than hath hitherto been published. Printed at Philadelphia by Reynier Jansen, 1705. At the end.—Signed in behalf of the people called Quakers by Caleb Pusey. (Pp. 76, and followed by a supplement entitled) Some remarks upon a late pamphlet signed part by John Talbot, and part by Daniel Leeds, called the great mystery of Fox-craft. (Signed by) Caleb Pusey. On p. 39, some heads of this book “* * G. Fox and other Friends justly vindicated from the idle and frothy aspersions, &c. cast upon them by these men, with something about G. F.'s spelling; and about the book called the Battle-door; as also

about some Friends signing the association, and others going to fight the French, &c. pp. 40. Gift of Dr. G. W. Norris. Ricaut, 13397, 0. The present state of the Greek and Armenian Churches. By Paul Ricaut. London, 1679. Gift of Isaac Lea. Rigge, 11035, D. 3, & 13296, O. 5. A warning to such as are in commerce. By A. Rigge. Stanford, 1805, and London, 1771. Rockwell, 11228, D. Sketches of the Presbyterian Church. By Rev. J. E. Rockwell. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of Pres. Board. Rogers, 11418, D. The book of the Revelation of Jesus Christ. And now by revelation God hath opened the mystery contained in said book unto his servant John Rogers. First printed in Boston, 1720. New London, 1817. Gift of J. J. Barclay, Esq. Ross, 11321, D. 1. The doctrine of the direct witness of the spirit as taught by Wesley shown to be unscriptural, &c. By Frederick A. Ross. Philadelphia, 1846. Roussell, 13409, O. Catholic and Protestant nations compared in their threefold relations to wealth, knowledge and morality. By Rev. Napoleon Roussell. With an introduction by the Hon. and Rev. Baptiste Noel. Boston, 1855. Runnells, 13543, O. 13. Dialogue between two orphan children relative to * God, &c. By Mrs. E. B. Runnells. Philadelphia, 1840. Rutty, 13296, O. 3, & 11033, D. 5, & 11035, D. 1. The liberty of the spirit and of the flesh distinguished, in an address to those captives in spirit among the people called Quakers, who are commonly called Libertines. By John Rutty. Philadelphia, printed by Franklin Hall. 1759. Scott, 13298, O. 8, 11043, D. 15, 11033, D. 6, & 11042, D. 7. War inconsistent with the doctrine and example of Christ. By I. Scott. Philadelphia, 1804. — 11230, D. The articles of the synod of Dort. Translated with notes by Rev. Thomas Scott, D. D. With an introductory essay by Rev. Samuel Miller, D. D. Philadelphia, 1841. Gift of Pres. Board. Segneri, 2354, Q. Quaresmale del Padre Paolo Segneri della Compagna di Gesù. Venezia, 1825. Seymour, 11258, D. Evenings with the Romanists; with an introductory chapter on the moral results of the Romish system. By Rev. M. Hobart Seymour, M.A. 2d edition. London and New York, 1854. Shaw, 11221, D. Exposition of the confession of faith of the Westminster Assembly. By Rev. Robert Shaw. Philadelphia, 1846. Gift of Pres. Board. Shea, 11105, D. History of the Catholic missions among the Indian tribes of the United States, 1529–1854. By John Gilmary Shea. New York, 1855. Simon, 13326, 0. The critical history of the religions and customs of the eastern nations. Written in French by the learned Father Simon. And now done into English by A. Lovell. London, 1685. Smith, 11034, D. 7. The meditations of an humble heart. Written only for Friends, who can read it. At the end.—Your brother called Humphrey Smith. From Cogshal in Essex (in which parts very many of late have received the precious truth). And this may be read in such meetings where and when Friends of the ministry are wanting. London, 1661. —— 13530, O. A preservative against Quakerism. By Patrick Smith. London, 1732. Gift of Isaac Lea, Esq. — 11034, D. 8. An epistle to all the called and chosen of God. By William Smith, 1672. At the end.—Let this epistle be read among Friends in the power and wisdom of truth. Smith, 11226, D. What is Calvanism : By Rev. Wm. D. Smith, D. D. Philadelphia, 1854. Gift of Pres. Board. Smyth, 11052, D. 12. An explanation of the Apocalypse. By Alexander Smyth. Washington, 1825. 110SS, D. A dialogue between the pulpit and the reading-desk. By Rev. Edward Smyth. Albany, 1793. Southgate, 13665, O. 4. Encouragement to missionary effort among Mohammedans. A sermon by Rev. Horatio Southgate, Jr. New York, l S36. Spalding, 13293, O. 1. Some account of the convincement and religious progress of John Spalding; with his reasons for leaving the established worship. Philadelphia, 1808. Stevenson, 13413, O. 18. The exposer of “sectarian stratagem” exposed. By Edward Stevenson. Lexington, Ky., 1836. Stiles, 13413, O. 14. A letter to Alexander Campbell in reply to an article in the Millenial Harbinger. By Joseph C. Stiles. Lexington, Ky., 1838 — 13413, O. 15. Reply to an article in the June number of the Millenial Harbinger. By Joseph C. Stiles. Frankfort, Ky., 1838. Stone, 13665, O. 3. Annual sermon before the board of missions of the P. E. Church. By John S. Stone, D. D. New York, 1839. Stuart, 13372, O. History of the establishment of the reformation in Scotland. By Gilbert Stuart. Edinburgh, 1805. Gift of I. Lea, Esq. Tatham, 11039, D. 5. Considerations on the Holy Spirit. By Joseph Tatham. York, 1830. Tillotson, 2652, Q. 4. A sermon. By (Abp.) John Tillotson. Philadelphia, 1745. Webb, 11039, D. 7, & 11040, D. 3. Letter from Elizabeth Webb to Anthony William Boehm. With his answer. Philadelphia, 1806. Wesley, 11041, D. 6. Free grace. A sermon by John Wesley. Philadel. phia, reprinted and sold by B. Franklin, 1741. West, 11036, D. 5. A treatise concerning marriage. By Moses West. Leeds, 1736. Wetherill, 11036, D. 8. The divinity of Jesus Christ proved, being a reply to Dr. Jos. Priestley. By Sam'l Wetherill. Philadelphia, 1792. Whately, 11542, D. A view of the Scripture revelations respecting good and evil angels. By Abp. R. Whately, D. D. Philadelphia, 1856. 11543, D. A view of the Scripture revelations concerning a future state. By Abp. R. Whately. Philadelphia, 1856. White, 11034, D. 15. An epistle of love and of consolation unto Israel. By D. W. (Dorothy White.) London, 1661. (A part of this tract is in rhyme, but printed as prose.) Gift of Dr. G. W. Norris. 11383, D. 7. The past and the future, a charge on events connected with the organization of the P. E. Church. By Wm. White, 1). D. Philadelphia, 1849. 13545, O. 19, 20, 21, 22. Sermons by Rt. Rev. William White. New York, 1808. Philadelphia, 1818, 1816. New York, 1811. 13699, O. 11. A sermon on the Epiphany. By (Bp.) William White, D. D. Philadelphia, 1813. Whitefield, 11036, D. 11. Remarks on a pamphlet (by Bp. Lavington) entitled the enthusiasm of Methodists and Papists compared. By George Whitefield. Philadelphia, printed by Bradford, 1749. 11541, D. 7. A letter from the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley, in answer to his sermon, entitled Free Grace. Philadelphia, printed and sold by B. Franklin, 1741. —— 11042, D. 2. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield to the religious societies lately formed in England and Wales. Printed for the benefit of the Orphan House in Georgia (and dated on board the Elizabeth, bound from London to Philadelphia). Philadelphia, 1739. Whitefield, 13297, 0.10. Sermon preached at the new building in Philadelphia, occasioned by the suppression of the late unnatural rebellion. Philadelphia, printed by W. Bradford, 1746. Wilbur, 11370, D. A narrative and exposition of the late proceedings of New England yearly meeting. By John Wilbur. New York, 1845. Gift of Dr. Evans. 13708, O. 7. A few remarks upon the controversy between good and evil in the Society of Friends. By John Wilbur. Boston, 1855. Willson, 11048, D. 9. A present to the teachers and rulers of society. By David Willson. Philadelphia, 1821. Withy, 11039, D. 4. A sermon at Friends' meeting, Burlington. By George Withy. Philadelphia, 1822. Woolman, 11041, D. 5. Serious considerations. By John Woolman, of Mount Holly, in the Jerseys, North America. With some of his dying expressions. London, 1773. Gift of Dr. G. W. Norris. 11042, D. 4. Considerations on the true harmony of mankind. By John Woolman. Philadelphia, 1770. 13295, O. 10, & 13296, O. 4. An epistle to Friends. By John Woolman. 1772. 13298, O. 7. An extract from John Woolman's journal in manuscript, concerning the ministry. Wordsworth, 18612, Q. St. Hippolytus and the Church of Rome in the earlier part of the 3d century. From the newly-discovered Philosophumena. By Chr. Wordsworth, D. D. London, 1853. 11034, D. 10. An epistle to the whole flock of God, to be read in their assemblies or elsewhere. Let this be dispersed only among Friends. 11034, D. 9. An epistle to Friends. Pp. 4. 13296, O. 6. Extracts from the yearly meeting epistles and minutes. 13293, O. 16. A caution to all such as observe days and times called festivals: that they spend them not in revelling, &c. 11038, D. 9. A Quaker catechism, pp. 5 to 176 inclusive. Title page and conclusion wanting. 13295, 0.4. To all professors of the blessed truth. 11042, D. 9. Primitive testimony of the Quakers. 11040, D. 8. A polemical tract relating to William Rogers “The Christian Quaker distinguished.” Wanting title page. 13296, O. 12. Testimony by women Friends at their yearly meeting at York. 1679. 13772, O. The snake in the grass: or Satan transformed, discovering the subtlety, &c. of those people called Quakers. London, 1698. 11043, D. 11. An epistle of caution to Friends. London, 1708. 11038, D. 1. A dissertation on the liberty of preaching, granted to women by the Quakers. By L. D., 1738. 13297, O. 1. A vindication of a book intitled a brief account of the persecutions of Quakers. London, 1740. 13293, O. 9. A letter to Dr. Formey (in defence of the Society of Friends). London, 1766. 2651, Q. 5. Two discourses and a prayer at the Quakers' yearly meeting in Bristol. 5th edition. Bristol, 1767. 2652, Q. 8. A sermon at a meeting of Quakers in Leeds. London, 1771. 13293, O. 14. Reasons for liberty of conscience respecting the payment of tythes. London, 1771. 13293, O. 15. Reasons for the necessity of silent waiting in order to the worship of God. By M. B. London, 1774.

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11040, D. 5. An earnest address to such Quakers as are desirous of supporting the Christian testimony of their ancestors. Philadelphia, 1775. 2651, Q. 6. The ancient testimony and principles of the people called Quakers renewed, with respect to the king and government, and touching the commotions now prevailing. Signed in a meeting held 2d of 1st month, 1776. 11040, D. 2. (Quaker) tracts on tithes. Dublin, 1786. 13296, O. 2, 13298, O. 5 & 13297, O. 13. An epistle from the monthly meetings of Philadelphia to the members in said city. Philadelphia, 1788. 2652, Q. 7. Appendix to the extracts from the minutes and advice of the yearly meeting of Friends held in London. 1792. 13297, O. 8. A letter from one of the Society of Friends, relative to the conscientious scrupulousness of its members to bear arms. 1795. 11042, D. 3. To the citizens of the United States. Signed on behalf of the meeting for sufferings. New York, 1803. 11043, D. 16. Sentiments of the early Christians on war. New Bedford, 1814. 11043, D. 8. An appeal to Friends on behalf of missions. By a member. London, 1825. 11054, D. 12. Epistle of the yearly meeting of Friends. Philadelphia, 1829. 13294, 0.7. A letter on Christian doctrine. By a member of the Society of Friends. Alexandria, 1832. 13707, O. 1. Address of the society of Friends (on slavery). Philadelphia, 1837. 13708, O. 1. Rise and progress of the testimony of Friends against slavery. Philadelphia, 1843. 13707, O. 3. Declaration of New England yearly meeting upon various Christian doctrines. Providence, 1845. 13707, O. 4. Epistolary declaration of the yearly meeting of New England respecting the schism therein, &c. Providence, 1845. 13707, 0.2. Narrative of facts and circumstances that have tended to produce a secession from the Society of Friends in New England yearly meeting. Providence, 1845. 13707, O. 5. Strictures on a “Narrative of facts and circumstances,” &c. 1845. 13707, O. 6. Action of the several yearly meetings relative to a secession from New England yearly meeting. Philadelphia, 1846. 13707, 0.7. Considerations addressed to the yearly meeting of Philadel. phia. Philadelphia, 1846. 13708, O. 3. Report in relation to the division in New England yearly meeting. Boston, 1849. 13707, O. 8. Address by the Philadelphia free produce association of Friends. Philadelphia, 1849. 13707, O. 10. An address to Friends, prepared by the committees of the yearly meetings of New York, New England, Baltimore, North Carolina and Indiana assembled at Baltimore. New York, 1852. 13707, O. 11. An epistle to its members by the yearly meeting. Philadelphia, 1853. isos", O. 12. Documents relative to the separation in Ohio yearly meeting. 54. 13707, O. 15. Report of the case of Earle vs. Wood (New England sepa. ration). Boston, 1855. 13707, O. 18, & 13708, 0.5. Review of the opinion of the Court, in Earle vs. Wood. Boston, 1855. 13707, O. 16. A letter to Friends of Philadelphia yearly meeting. By Benjamin Cadwallader. Philadelphia, 1855. 18707, O. 17. An address to the Society of Friends. 1855.

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