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The harmony of divine and heavenly doctrines : demonstrated in sundry declarations on variety of subjects preached at the Quakers meetings in London (London ; Dublin : J. Charrurier, 1795)
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Het christenrijk ten oordeel gedagvaart ... en een missive aan alle die gene die gevoelig zijn van den dag harer besoekinge (Jan Pietersz. Groenwout, 1678)
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Histoire abrégée de l'origine et de la formation de la société dite des Quakers (1790)
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Histoire abrégée de l'origine et de la formation de la société dite des Quakers : ou sont exposés clairement leur principe fondamental, leur doctrine, leur culte, leur ministère, et leur discipline ; précédée d'une introduction ou il est traité en peu de mots des dispensations antérieures de Dieu aux hommes (Londres : J. Phillips, 1790)
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Histoire abrégée de l'origine et de la formation de la société dite des Quakers : où sont exposés clairement leur principe fondamental, leur doctrine, leur culte, leur ministere, et leur discipline : precedée d'une introduction, où il est traité en peu de mots des dispensations antérieures de Dieu aux hommes (Londres : J. Rider, 1839)
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Kurze Nachricht von der Entstehung ... der christlichen Gesellschaft der Freunde, die man Quäker nennt (1792)
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A letter from William Penn, proprietary and governour of Pennsylvania in America, to the committee of the Free Society of Traders of that province, residing in London. Containing a general description of the said province... Of the natives or aborigines... Of the first planters, the Dutch, &c ... To which is added, an account of the city of Philadelphia newly laid out. Its scituation between two navigable rivers, Delaware and Skulkill with a portraiture or plat-form thereof... London, Printed and sold by A. Sowle, 1683 ([Tottenham] : J. Coleman, 1881)
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Eine Nachricht wegen der Landschaft Pennsilvania in America (Amsterdam, 1681)
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No cross, no crown (Leeds : James Lister, [n.d.])
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No cross, no crown : a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ, and that the denial of self and daily bearing of Christ's cross is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God (Philadelphia : Benjamin & Jacob Johnson, 1797)
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No cross, no crown : a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing of Christ's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God : to which are added, the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favour of this treatise : in two parts (Philadelphia : Kimber, Conrad, 1807)
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No cross, no crown; a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the Holy Cross of Christ, to which are added the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favour of this treatise (London : Harvey, 1842)
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No cross, no crown: a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing of Christ's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God. To which are added, the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and ... (M. Hinde, 1771)
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No cross, no crown. A discourse showing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing ofChrist's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God. To which are added, the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favor of this treatise. In two parts. (New Bedford : W. C. Taber & sons, 1845)
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The peace of Europe, the fruits of solitude, and other writings (London, J. M. Dent; New York : E. P. Dutton, 1915)
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Primitive Christianity revived in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers. Written in testimony to the present dispensation of God through them to the world that prejudices may be removed, the simple informed, the well-inclined encouraged, and the truth, and its innocent friends rightly represented (Philadelphia : [Philadelphia?], 1857)
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The rise and progress of the people called Quakers (Philadelphia : For sale at Friends' bookstore, 1870)
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The sandy foundation shaken, to which is added, Innocency with her open face, by way of apology (Trenton : F.S. Wiggins, 1827)
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The sandy foundation shaken; or, those ... doctrines of one God subsisting in three distinct and separate persons, the impossibility of God's pardoning sinners without a plenary satisfaction, the justification of impure persons by an imputative righteousness, refuted from the authority of ... (London : Unitarian Association, 1830)
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The select works of William Penn, vol. 3 (London : W. Phillips, 1825)
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