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Pradices cf the People called Quakers : In Answer 10 a Treatise of John Stillingfleet's, miscalled, Seasonable Advice concerning Quakerin, Go by Daniei Phillips, M. D. price 1 s. 64.
A Dillertation concerning the Lord. Supper. The second part, by the Author of the first part. I'rice 3 d.
An Encouragement early to seek the Lord: And be Faithful to him: In an Account of the Life and Services of that Ancient Servant of GoG Tomas i bompson. Price 6 d.
The Chritian Quaker, and his divine Testimony, stated and vind cated, from Scripture, Realon and Authority. by w, Penn. Price 25
Piety Promoted, in a Colletion of the Dying Sayings of many of the People caled Qilakys. with a Brief account of some of their Labours in the Gospin and fuerings for the same. in three P.irts by John Tomkins. price bound i s. each Part.
Pikty Pr. meted, in a Colleition of Dying-Sayings of many of the People cald Quakers. wiib some Memorials of their Virtuous Lives The 'fonrth and Filih Part by j. F. price bound 1 s. each Part.
Persecution exposed in some Meinoirs of the sufferings of John Whiting and many antient eminent Friends. price 3 s.
A Journal of the Life, Travels and sufferings of William Edmurd, Som price boun:13s.
A Catechism and Confettinn of Faith. by Robert Barclay. price 9d.
Fruits of Retirement; or Miscellaneous Poems, Moral and Divine : Being some Letters, Contemplations, &c., written on Variety of Subjects; By M. Mollineux, l.ite of Leverpool, deceased. price i s. 6 d.
A Light shining out of Darkness: Or, Occasional Queries, submitted to the Fruigment of such as would enquire into the true State of things in our I ms. the whole Worke revised by the Autbor, the Proof's Englished and augmented, with sundry Material Discourses concerning the Ministry, Separ. tion, Inspiration, Scriptures, Humane Learning, Outbs, Titbes, &c, with a biif Apology for the Quakers, that they are not Incoafistent with vidgiftr.icy. by an indifferent but earned Hand. the 3d. Edit. pr. 15.64.
God's Protesting Providence, Min's surest Help and Defence, in Times of the great f Difficulty, and most eminent Danger. Evidenced in the Re m.rk.ible Deliverance of Robert Barrow, with divers other persons, from Obe devouring Waves of the Sea, among which they suffered Shipwrack: and aif from the cruel Devouring Faws of the Inhumane Canibals of Florida. Faithfully related by one of the Persons concerned there in, J. Dickenfon. 8d.
A Scripture Catchism for Children, by Ambrose Rigge. price B. 6 d.
Truth's Vindication; or, a gentle Stroke to wipe off the foul Asperfions, false Accusations and Misrepresentations, caft upon the People of God, called Quakers, both with respect to their Principle, and their way of profelyting people over to them. by E. Bathurst. price i s.
A brief Testimony to the great Duty of Prayer; Baving the Nature and Benefit thereof; to which is added, many start and Select Instances of God's Answer to Prayer: Collected out of the Record of Holy Scriptures, .by F. Tomkins, one of the People called Quakers. With a Poftfcript by F. F. The Second Edition, with Additions. price, 6 d.
The Poor Mechanick's Plea, against the Rick Clergy's Oppression jkewing Tithes are no Gospel- Ministers Maintenance : In a bri f and Plain Méthod, how that Tithes, (as now paid) are both Inconfiftent with the DejpenSation of the Law, and Dispensation of te Gospel. also how they were brought into the Church many undred years after Chrif, and teftified a gaint by several ancient Christians and Mariyrs, with several Sober Reasons againft the payment of them, By J. Bockett. price 3 d
Academia Cæleitis: The Heavenly University; or, the High:ft School, where alone is that Highest teaching, the teachiug of the Heart. by Francis Rouse, fume time Provost of Eacon Coiledge. Å Treati;e written above 60 years since. the third Edition, Revised and compared with the Larin, p. 1S.
A Dillertation of the Small Pox, by Daniel Phillips, at his Commencing Doctir of Phyfick in the University of Leyden in Holland, in the Tear 1696. translated by T. E. price 9 d.
Mercy covering the Judgment Seat; and Life and Light Triumphing over Death and Darkness : In the Lord's Tender Visitation, and Vi'ondi. erful Deliverance, of One that Sat in Darkness, and in the Region and Shadow of Death. Witnesled unco in certain Epistles and Papers of living Experience. by Richard Claridge. price 6 d.
Lux Evangelica Attestata. Or a further Testimony to the sufficiency of the Light wirk in. Bring a Reply to George Keith's Censure, in his Book, in. tisul d, An account of the Quakrs Politicks, upon certain peltages in my Book, intituled, Mercy covering the judgment-leat, c. For the clearing of Truth from G. K's Misrepresentations, and satisfying of fober Enquir.rs into the true ft :e of the Controversie between us. by R. Claridge. is.
Anguis Flagellatus; or i Switch for the Snake. Be ng an an wer to the third and lift Edition of the Snake in the Grals, wherein the authur's Injustice and Falfhood, both in Quotation and Stiri, üre discovered and obvi. ated; and the Truth Doctrinally delivered by us, Aared and miintained, in opp jition to his Misrepresentation and Perversion. By joseph Wyeth, 10 which is added, A Supplement, by G. W. price 45.
The Clergy-Man's Pretence of Divine Right to Tithes, Examined and Refur d. Being a full answer 10 W. W's Fourth Lecter, in his Book, Intituled, The Ciergy s Legal Right to Tithes ailerted. By 1. Gratton. 61.
A Treatise concerning Baptism and the Lord's Supper. Shuming that the true Discipl s of Christ arejeni t) Baptise Men into the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghoft; for the carrying on of which, Chrift is with them, and will be, to the End of the World. also a few words concerning the Lord's Supper; Shewing, that ibose that Sup with bim, are in his Kingdom. By John Gration price 9 d.
A Brief Corcordance of the Names and attributes with fundry' Texts, Reo lating unto our Bl_jled Lord and Saviour Fesus Chriff. Codected out of the Scriptures. by John Tomkins. price 4c.
A brief Apology in behalf of the People called Quakers. written for the In- . formativú of our fober and well-inclined Neighbours in and about the town of Warminster in the county of Wilts. By W. Chandler. A Pyotr J. Hutiges. and some others. price 6 do
The Saints Travel to Spiritual Canaan; wlerein are discovered several false Relts, short of the true spiritual coming of Cbrift in his people, wish
a brief Discovery of what the coming of Chrift in Spirit is, who is the alone true Reft and center of Spirits. By R. Wilkenson. the second Edit. pr. 1S.
Ibe Pelbility and Necefity of the Immediate Revelationof the Spirit of God, towards the Foundation and Ground of true Faith proved, In Letter worit in Latin to tbe Heer Paets; and now put into English By R. Barclay. price 3
A Collection of sundry Books, Epifles and papers writ n by James Nai. lor, some of wbich were never before printed. With an Impartial Relation of the most Remarkable Transactions of his Life. Price bound 6 s.
Saints perfect Freedom. By John VVebster, price 6 d. The Arraignment of Popery. Being a Collection taken out of the Chronicles, and other Books of the ftate of the Church in the primitive Times. I. The itate of the Papist, how long it was before the Universal Pope and Mass was set up; and the bringing in of Rudinencs, Tra. dicions, Beads, Images, Purgatory, Tythes and Inquisitions. II. A Relation of the Cruelties they acted after the Pope got up, being worse than Turk and Heathen; New Rome proving like old. III. What the People of England worshipped before they were Christians. IV. To which is added, the Blood of the Martyrs is che Seed of the Church. With several other things, very profitable for all that Fear God to read, try, and give judgment by the Spirit of Truth against the Worship of the Beast and Whore. price bound 15, 8d.
The peoples Antient and Just Liberties Aflerted, in the Tryal of William Penn, and William Mead, at the Sessions held at the Old Baily, in London, the First, Third, Fourth and Fifth of Sept. MDCLXX. against the most arbitrary Procedure of that Court. price 4 d.
ibe Spirit of the Martyrs Revived, in a brief compendious Colletion of the most Remarkabe faffages and Living Testimonies of the true Church, Seed of God, and Faithful Martyrs in all Ages. contained in several Eco clefiaftical Histori’s and Chrorological Accounts of the Succesfion of the true Church from the Creation, the Times of the Fathers Patriarchs, Prophets, Christ and bis Apostles. price' 3 s.
The Trial of Spirits both in. Teachers and Hearers, wherein is held forth, the clear Discovery and certain Dovonfal of the Carnıl and Antichristian Clergy of tbefe Nations. Tefified from the word of God, to the University Congregarions in Cambridge, whereunto is added, a Plain and Necesary Confutation of divers gross. Errors delivered by Mr. Sydrach Sympson, in a Sermon Priached to the same Congregation at the Commencement, Anno MDCLIII. by W. Dell, Minister of the Gospel, and Master of Gonvil and Caius Colledge in Cambridge. price bound 1 s. 6 d.
A few Queries relating to the Practice of Physick,with Remarks upon Some of them.by H.Chamberlen, Physician ic Ordinary to King Charles. Is. · A Diurnal Speculum: containing, 1. A plain and easie Method to find out those things that are moff useful to be known Yearly; and may serve as an Almanack of Thirty Years; and many other things suitable to the Matter, &c. II. An Explanation of weights, Money and Measures, both Scriptural and Usual, with fundry Tables depanding thereon, &c. III. Some Remarks on England; or a brief Account of every County, with the Names and Days of the Markets, and the chief Commodities therein, &c. The
whole consisting of great Variety. , explained by divers. Examples, the like in all particulars not extant; as by the Contents does more at large appear. : Collected by F. Beckett. price bound 1 s. 6 d.
A Brief account of the Rise and Progress of the People called Quakers in which their Fundamental Principle, Do&trines, Worship, Ministry and Discipline, are plainly declared, to prevent the miftakes and Perversions that Ignorance and Prejudice may make to abuse the Credulous. With a Summary Relation of the former Dispensation of God in the World, by way of Introduction. By W. Penn. Price bound is.
Four Treatíses of Thomas Lawsin Deceased. The First, a Mite into the Treasury; being a word to Artists, especially Heptatecknifts, the Professors of the Seven Liberal Arts: Shewing what is therein owned by the People called Quakers, and whac denied by them, 8c. The Second, a Treatise relating to the Call, Work and VVages of the Ministers of Christ, and of Antichrift, wherein a Testimony is born for the Former, and against the Latter. with several other things. Third, Dagon's fall before the Ark, written Primarily, as a Testimony for the Lord, his Wisdom, Creation, Products of his Power, useful and Neceffary knowledge, Capacitating people for the concerns of this Life. Secondarily, As a Testimony against the Old Serpent, his foolishness with God, his Arts, Inventions, Comedies, or Interludes, Tragedies; Lascivious Poems, Frivolous Fables, Spoiling Philosophy, taught in Christians Schools, wherein, as in a glass, Teachers in Schools and Colledges may see their concern, neither Christian nor Warrant able. Fourth Bantuanozia Or, a Treatile concerning Baptisms.where unto is added, a discourle concerning the Supper, Bread and Wine, called also Communion, by Thomas Lawin,price bound 3 s.
Instructions for right Spelling, and plain directions for Reading and Writing true English, with several delightful thiogs, very useful and -Necellary, both for Young and Old to read and learn. price bound 6d.
A New Book for Children to learn in, with many wholesome Meditations for them to consider. with Directions for true Spelling, and the Ground of true Reading and Writing of true English.. price 3 d.
Instructions for Children and others: by way of Question and Answer Demonstrating to them, how they may come to know God and Jesus Chrift, whom to know is Life Eternal. by S. Hunt, price 3 do
The Spiritual Guide, which dif-intanglesthe Soul, and brings it by the inward way, to the getting of perfect Contemplation, and the Rich Treasure of Internal Peace. written by Dr. Michael de Molins, Translated from the Italian Copy. price bound 9 d.
A brief History of the Voyage of Katharine Esjans and Sarah Chee. vers, to the Illand of Malta, where the Apostle Paul suffer'd Shipwreck. To which is added a short Relation from George Robinson, of the Sufferings which befel him in his Journey to Jerufalent pr. bound 1 s
Buds and Blossum; of Piety, with some Fruit of the Spirit of Love, and Directions to the divine wisdom. By B A. pr. bound 1.s.
A Testimony to the Truth of God, as held by the People called Quakers: being a short Vindication of them, from Abuses and Misrepre
Sentations often put upon them by Envious Apoftate', and Mercenary Adversaries. price 3 d.
The Glorious Brightness of the Gospel-Day, Dispeling the Shadows of the Legal Dispensation; and whatsoever else of Human Invention hath ben super-added thereunto, Set forth, in some Observations made on a late Pamphlet called a Divine Treatise, ( written by way of El ay, and pretending to Demonftrate, according to the Mofaical Phil. o oply, that IVater. Baptism, Impofition of Hands, and the commemoration of the Death and Paffion of our ever Blelled Lord and Saviour, under the Species of Bread and Wine, were all of them suitably and Homogereally adapted to the present imperfe&t State of Nature, as Man confiits of Body, Soul and Spirit.) By Th mas Ellwjod. price i s.
The works uf Samuel Fisher, in folio. Cerinthus and Ebion : Or the Herelie of Tithing under the Gospel Detected : in fome Observations upon a Book entituled, An Elay concerr. ing the Divin? Right of Tithes: By the Author of the Snake in the Grass. Together with an afiay concerning the First Rise of Tithes: Andan Ellay againit their Divine Right. price 3 d.
An Abridgment of Eufebius Pamphilius's Ecclesiastical History, in two Parts. Part 1. A Compendious commem ration of the Remarkableft Chronuligies which are contained in that Famous History. Part II. A Summ ary or brief hint of the Twelve Persecutions sustained by the Ancient Christians; with a Compendious Parapăorase upon the same. whereunto is added a Catz ogue of the Synods and C í unsels, which were after the days of the Apostles; together with a hint of what was decreed in the same, by Willian Caton. price i s.
Musa Parænetica; or, a Tractate of Christian Epistles, on sundry Occafions, in Verle. By VVilliam Mafiey. price 60.
A Vindication of women,s Preaching, as well from holy Scripture and antient Writings, as from the Paraphrase and Notes of the judicious John Locke, on i Cor. xi. By Jokiah Mariin. price 1.s.
A New Discourse of Trade, wherein is Recommended, several weighty Poines relating to the Companies of Merchants. The Act of Navi. gation, Naturalization of strangers, And our Woolen Manufactures. The ballance of Trade, Bc. by Sr. Josiah Chili. price bound 2 s.
The way to Health, long Life and 'Happiness: Or, a Discourse of Temperance, and the particular Nature of all things requisite for the Life of Man, Sc. by Tlomas Tryon, Student in Phylick. Price bound 4.5. 6 d.
The good House.wife niade a Doctor, Or Healths choice and fure Friend. Being a plain way of Natures own Prescribing, to Prevent and Cure most diseases incident to Men, Women and Children, by Diet and Kitchin physick only, with some Remarks on the Practice of Phyfick and Chimistry, by Thomas Tryn. Student in Physick. The Second Edition. To which is added some Observations on the Tedious Methods of unskilful Surgcons; with cheap and Ealie Remedies, by the same Author, price bound 15. 6 d.
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