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Fri Mar 21 17:10:09 2014 UTClccn-n790660830.27The people called Quakers,0.500.94Two sermons, delivered at the Bank Meeting-House, of the Society of Friends in Philadelphia, Second month, 1786266001931n 79066083AmigosAmigos Society of FriendsAmisAmis - QuakersAmis, Société desAmis Society of FriendsFreundeFriendsFriends (Society)Friends, Society ofFriends Society of FriendsGesellschaft der FreundeHicksites (Religious group)Hicksites (Secte religieux)QuäkerQuäker nswdQuäker Society of FriendsQuakerismeQuakersQuakers (Société)Quakers (Society)Religiöse Gesellschaft der FreundeReligious Society of FriendsReligious Society of Friends - QuakersReligious Society of Friends Society of FriendsSociété chrétienne des Amis - QuakersSociété des amis (Hicksite)Société des Amis - QuakersSociété religieuse des amis (Quakers)Society of FriendsSociety of Friends (Hicksite)Society of Friends - Quakerslccn-n85092157Barbour, Hughlccn-n78089083Trueblood, Elton1900-1994lccn-n79063549Frost, J. William(Jerry William)lccn-n79077176West, Jessamynedtlccn-n86115855Vann, Richard T.lccn-n50004545Newman, Daisy1904-1994nc-society of friends$great britainSociety of FriendsGreat Britainlccn-no2007014877Healey, Robynne Rogers1964-lccn-n83238525Barclay, Robert1648-1690lccn-n88666047Braithwaite, William C.(William Charles)1862-1922Society of FriendsHistoryBiographySermonsApologetic worksJuvenile worksControversial literatureSociety of FriendsQuakersUnited StatesGreat BritainSociety of Friends--DoctrinesEnglandQuakers in literatureIndians of North America--Government relationsQuaker womenIndians of North America--MissionsSociety of Friends--MissionsDevotional literatureHicksitesNew EnglandNew York (State)Silence--Religious aspects--Society of FriendsChurch and stateMassachusettsBaptistsYork RetreatSlavery and the church--Society of FriendsSermons, AmericanSlaveryTithesCoronationsPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaPsychiatric hospitalsBarclay, Robert,England--YorkWheeler, Daniel,MissionsInner LightSpiritual life--Society of FriendsChristian education of childrenOceaniaPsychiatryGood and evilQuakers--TaxationChildren--Conduct of lifeLibrariesChurch librariesResurrectionDeathAntislavery movementsConcord--Religious aspects--ChristianityGod--RighteousnessNew York (State)--New YorkDelaware--WilmingtonIrelandNew Jersey1630163516481649165116531654165516561657165816591660166116621663166416651666166716681669167016711672167316741675167616771678167916801681168216831684168516861687168816891690169116921693169416951696169716981699170017011702170317041705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172117221723172417251726172717281729173017311732173317351736173717381739174017411742174317441745174617471748174917501751175217531754175517561757175817591760176117621763176417651766176717681769177017711772177317741775177617771778177917801781178217831784178517861787178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182118221823182418251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401841184218431844184518461847184818491850185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320144738139004857922.86AC1ocn693950847ocn766892342ocn691699190ocn866431357ocn8664885762188ocn065252079file18220.86Society of FriendsAn address to the inhabitants of Europe on the iniquity of the slave tradeControversial literature19510ocn083495718file17270.76Society of FriendsTo George the Second, King of Great Britain, &c. The humble address of the people call'd QuakersHistory18311ocn083462199file17230.70Society of FriendsAn epistle of caution and advice to parents recommending a godly care for the educating their children in a Christian conversation1314ocn065352429file17740.84Paying tythes inconsistent with the principles of the people called Quakers wherein the reasons for their refusal are briefly stated, the pleas and excuses made by some for complying with demands of that nature, are considered and refuted, as also the discipline of the society which requires dealing with, and finally censuring those who will not be reclaimed, vindicated11910ocn642568945com17620.76Society of FriendsAn epistle from the Friends who visited the quarterly and monthly-meetings of the kingdom of Ireland, in the year 1762 To the national half-years-meeting For that Kingdom, held in Dublin, in the 11th Month of that Year1094ocn847833408com18420.81Wheeler, DanielMemoirs of the life and gospel labors of the late Daniel Wheeler, a minister of the Society of FriendsBiography1074ocn642714428file17270.70Society of FriendsThe humble address of the people called Quakers to their most sacred Majesties the Royal King and Queen. And His Majesty's most gracious answer975ocn187302819file17160.79Society of FriendsTo George, King of Great-Britain, &c. The humble address of the people called Quakers, from their yearly-meeting in London, the 26th day of the third month, called May, 1716History924ocn015570483book18180.93Society of FriendsMemorial of the representatives of the Religious Society of Friends in the states of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois praying the adoption of measures for the civilization and improvement of the Indians914ocn015435496book18050.94Savery, WilliamTwo sermons, delivered at the Bank Meeting-House, of the Society of Friends in Philadelphia, Second month, 1786Sermons891ocn733090225file18360.90Irish, DavidObservations on a living and effectual testimony against slavery introduced with some remarks upon excess and superfluity : recommended to the consideration of the members of the Society of Friends883ocn015454426book18060.76Smith, FrederickA letter to the children and youth of the Society of FriendsJuvenile works861ocn795892340com18560.90An Appeal for Gospel love and unity addressed to the Society of Friends854ocn015463940book18050.92Bevan, Joseph GurneyA short account of the life and writings of Robert BarclayBiographyApologetic works842ocn015459728book18130.94Friends' Library (Philadelphia, Pa.)Catalogue of the books belonging to the library of the three monthly meetings of Friends of Philadelphia to which is prefixed a brief account of the institution with the rules and regulations831ocn765804790file18260.90Wetherald, ThomasSermons by Thomas Wetherald and Elias Hicks delivered during the Yearly Meeting of Friends in the city of New York, June 1826 together with a sermon by Elizabeth Robson and a prayer by Anna Braithwaite, also, sermons delivered in Philadelphia and Wilmington, (Del.)Sermons832ocn015450122book18130.92Tuke, SamuelDescription of the Retreat, an institution near York, for insane persons of the Society of FriendsHistoryYork / Nervenheilanstalt833ocn015436364book18080.93Savery, WilliamSeven sermons and a prayer preached at the meetings of the Religious Society of Friends, in America and England823ocn015451358book18110.93Vindication of the QuakersApologetic works822ocn015437070book18140.94Abel, AlmonA vindication of the justice and mercy of God in appointing death for all men in which the doctrine of the resurrection is exemplified, and the Almighty cleared from injustice in the mortality of man : addressed to the Quakers15581ocn000336215book19660.27Trueblood, EltonThe people called QuakersHistory11061ocn017807490book19880.32Barbour, HughThe QuakersBiographyA survey of the Quaker movement from 1650 to 1987 for those seeking to understand the origins and evolution of the Society of Friends. Part Two provides biographies of those people whose lives and actions particularly shaped American Quakerism+-+216377868510762ocn000386620book19620.27West, JessamynThe Quaker readerBiographyIncludes writings about Quakers by George Fox, William Penn, Walt Whitman, Elizabeth Gray Vining, John Woolman, Thomas Carlyle, John Greenleaf Whittier, D. Elton Trueblood, and Stuart Chase, among others+-+K16492023510271ocn000267883book19720.27Newman, DaisyA procession of Friends; Quakers in AmericaHistory8622ocn311307981com20060.47Healey, Robynne RogersFrom Quaker to Upper Canadian faith and community among Yonge Street Friends, 1801-1850HistoryChurch history+-+K1868082258253ocn000386512book19640.56Barbour, HughThe Quakers in Puritan EnglandHistoryChurch history8081ocn000087371book19690.56Vann, Richard TThe social development of English Quakerism, 1655-1755History7361ocn000386610book19670.56Doherty, Robert WThe Hicksite separation; a sociological analysis of religious schism in early nineteenth century AmericaHistory7046ocn001317451book19520.33Brinton, Howard HFriends for 300 years; the history and beliefs of the Society of Friends since George Fox started the Quaker movementHistory+-+38549202356711ocn000194030book19700.53Tatum, LawrieOur red brothers and the peace policy of President Ulysses S. Grant6593ocn002113805book19400.53Hintz, Howard WThe Quaker influence in American literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc6435ocn000752534book19410.32Kelly, Thomas RA testament of devotionSince its first publication in 1941, A Testament of Devotion, by the renowned Quaker teacher Thomas Kelly, has been universally embraced as a truly enduring spiritual classic. Plainspoken and deeply inspirational, it gathers together five compelling essays that urge us to center our lives on God's presence, to find quiet and stillness within modern life, and to discover the deeply satisfying and lasting peace of the inner spiritual journey. As relevant today as it was a half-century ago, A Testament of Devotion is the ideal companion to that highest of all human arts-the lifelong conversation between God and his creatures. have in mind something deeper than the simplification of our external programs, our absurdly crowded calendars of appointments through which so many pantingly and frantically gasp. These do become simplified in holy obedience, and the poise and peace we have been missing can really be found. But there is a deeper, an internal simplification of the whole of one's personality, stilled, tranquil, in childlike trust listening ever to Eternity's whisper, walking with a smile into the dark."64014ocn083272402com17720.73Fothergill, JohnA brief account of the people called Quakers their doctrines and discipline; taken from a dictionary of arts and sciences, lately published at Edinburgh6322ocn005939531book19800.56Worrall, Arthur JQuakers in the colonial NortheastHistory+-+35170193066076ocn000386606book19550.53Braithwaite, William CThe beginnings of QuakerismHistory+-+41773567055863ocn000386893book19250.56Best, Mary AgnesRebel saintsHistoryBiography5742ocn001545781book19580.31Sykes, JohnThe Quakers; a new look at their society5601ocn009281842book19830.63Bauman, RichardLet your words be few : symbolism of speaking and silence among seventeenth-century QuakersHistoryControversial literature5501ocn010183993book19840.63Marietta, Jack DThe reformation of American Quakerism, 1748-1783HistoryChurch history+-+44346776355101ocn022984208book19910.63Pestana, Carla GardinaQuakers and Baptists in colonial MassachusettsHistoryChurch history+-+5666696705324+-+2163778685Fri Mar 21 15:12:30 EDT 2014batch98763