A Simplified Index to the Digital Quaker Collection, Alphabetically by Author

Compiled and last edited, 6/9/2022, by John Jeremiah Edminster, as a public service to users of the Digital Quaker Collection of Earlham School of Religion (http://dqc.esr.earlham.edu/).

Allen, William [1770-1843].  –  Life of William Allen, with selections from his correspondence, in 2 volumes (1847).

[anonymous]. Memoir of Priscilla Cadwallader [1786-1859]. (1862).

[anonymous]. Plain dealing with the discipline of the Society of Friends. (1846).

[anonymous]. Saints testimony finishing through sufferings : or, the proceedings of the court against the servants of Jesus who were called before them to be tryed at the late Assizes (or sessions) held in Lanbury… (1655).

Antrobus, Benjamin [1645-1715] –  Buds and blossoms of piety, with some fruit of the spirit of love, and directions to the divine wisdom (1766).

Ashbridge, Elizabeth [1713-1755].    –  Some account of the early part of the life of Elizabeth Ashbridge (1807).

Barclay, Abram Rawlinson [1794-1845].    –  Letters, &c., of early Friends, illustrative of the history of the society from nearly its origin to about the period of George Fox’s decease, with documents respecting its early discipline, also epistles of counsel and exhortation, &c. (1841).

Barclay, Rachel [1743-1792].    –  Poems intended to promote piety and virtue in the minds of young people. (1797).

Barclay, Robert [1648-1690].   Keith, George.   Skene, Alexander. Truth Triumphant through the spiritual warfare, Christian labours, and writings of that able and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Robert Barclay: to which is prefixed, an account of his life; 3 volumes. (From the octavo ed. of 1718, collated with the folio ed. of 1692: Philadelphia, 1831).

• Volume 1 includes: “Truth Cleared Of Calumnies;”: “William Mitchell Unmasked;” “A Catechism And Confession Of Faith;” “The Anarchy Of The Ranters,” “Robert Barclay His Vindication.”

• Volume 2 includes “An Apology For The True Christian Divinity, As The Same Is Held Forth And Preached By The People, Called in Scorn, Quakers.”  NOTE: A modern (2002) republication of Barclay’s Apology, based on the earliest English-language edition (1678) but with “spelling, capitalization, italicization, punctuation, and the names of authors cited” modernized, is available both in print and online from Quaker Heritage Press. See http://qhpress.org/texts/barclay/apology/index.html

• Volume 3 includes “A True And Faithful Account Of The Most Material Passages Of A Dispute Betwixt Some Students Of Divinity (So Called) Of The University Of Aberdeen, And The People Called Quakers;”  “Universal Love Considered, And Established Upon Its Right Foundation;” “An Epistle Of Love And Friendly Advice, To The Ambassadors Of The Several Princes Of Europe, Met At Nimeguen;” “Robert Barclay’s Apology For The True Christian Divinity Vindicated From John Brown’s Examination And Pretended Confutation Thereof;” and “The Possibility And Necessity Of The Inward & Immediate Revelation Of The Spirit Of God, Towards The Foundation And Ground Of True Faith, Proved.”

Bates, Elisha [1781-1861].    –  The doctrines of Friends: or Principles of the Christian religion, as held by the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers (1825).

Bathurst, Elizabeth [1655-1685].    –  Truth vindicated (1695).

Beck, Sarah [ -1679].    –  A certain and true relation of the heavenly enjoyments and living testimonies of God’s love unto her soul, participated of from the bountiful hand of the Lord, and communicated to her in the time of her weakness of body (1680).

Bellangee, James [1788-1853].    –  Journal and essays on religious subjects (1854).

Benezet, Anthony [1754-1783].    –  Some historical account of Guinea. With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the slave trade (1778).

Benezet, Anthony.    –  Serious considerations on several important subjects; viz. on war and its inconsistency with the Gospel; observations on slavery. And remarks on the nature and bad effects of spirituous liquors (1788).

Benezet, Anthony.    –  Views of American slavery, taken a century ago (1858).

Besse, Joseph [c. 1683–1757].    –  A collection of the sufferings of the people called Quakers, for the testimony of a good conscience from the time of their being first distinguished by that name in the year 1650 to the time of the act commonly called the Act of toleration granted to Protestant dissenters in the first year of the reign of King William the Third and Queen Mary in the year 1689. In two volumes (1753),

Bishop, George [ – 1688].    –  A treatise concerning the resurrection : written to friends of truth, and all others who stumble at them, about the body of the Lord Jesus that died at Jerusalem: in answer to a question oft-times put to friends of truth, particularly by the governors of New-England … Whereunto is added, a short discourse concerning the resurrection of the body, and what is after this life (1662).

Bishop, George.   Grove, Joseph.    –  New-England judged, by the spirit of the Lord (1703).

Blackborow, Sarah [fl. 1650s – 1660s].    –  A visit to the spirit in prison : and an invitation to all people to come to Christ the light of the world, in whom is life, and doth enlighten every one that cometh into the world. And a warning to all people to take heed how they joine any longer with that which turns them from him (1658).

Blanshard, Brand [1892-1987].    –  Inward light and outward darkness (1936).

Bond, Abel [1825-1893].    –  Abel Bond’s foot travels : from the Atlantic to the Pacific (1889).

Boulbie, Judith [17th century].    –  A testimony for truth against all hireling priests and deceivers : with a cry to the inhabitants of this nation to turn to the Lord before His dreadful judgments overtake them : also a testimony against all observers of times and dayes (1665).

Bownas, Samuel [1676-1753]. –  A description of the qualifications necessary to a Gospel minister: containing advice to ministers and elders, how to conduct themselves in their conversations and various services, according to their gifts in the church of Christ (1847; orig. 1750).

Bownas, Samuel.    –  An account of the life, travels, and Christian experiences in the work of the ministry of Samuel Bownas (1795).

Braithwaite, George H.  Frith, Francis.    –  A reasonable faith. Short religious essays for the times (1884). See under Frith.

Branson, Ann [1808–1891].    –  Journal of Ann Branson, a minister of the Gospel in the Society of Friends (1891).

Burnyeat, John [1631-1690].   Watson, John.   Penn, William.    –  The truth exalted in the writings of that eminent and faithful servant of Christ John Burnyeat : collected into this ensuing volume as a memorial to his faithful labours in and for the truth (1692).

Burrough, Edward [1634-1663].  –  A declaration to all the world of our faith, and what we believe : and this is written that all people upon earth may know by whom, and how we are saved, and hopes for eternal life; & what we believe concerning God, Christ, & the Spirit, and of the things that are eternal, appertaining to all mankind to know & believe (1657).

Cadwallader, Priscilla [1786-1859]. See under [anonymous]. Memoir of Priscilla Cadwallader and under Trueblood.

Chalkley, Thomas [1675-1741]  –  A collection of the works of that ancient, faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Thomas Chalkley, who departed this life in the island of Tortola, the fourth day of the ninth month, 1741. To which is prefix’d, a journal of his life, travels, and Christian experiences, written by himself (4th ed., 1766): Includes:
• “A Journal Of The Life, Labours, Travels, &c. Of Thomas Chalkley;” 
• “God’s Great Love Unto Mankind, Through Jesus Christ, Our Lord;”
• “Fruits Of Divine Meditation At Sea, In The Year 1699;”
• “An Exhortation To Youth And Others, To Follow;”
• “A Loving Invitation To Young And Old, In Holland, And Elsewhere, To Seek And Love Almighty God, And To Prepare In Time For Their Eternal Welfare;”
• “Forcing A Maintenance, Not Warrantable From The Holy Scripture, For A Minister Of The Gospel;”
• “Some Observations On Christ’s Sermon On The Mount:” 
• “Some Truly Tender Scruples Of Conscience, About That Form Of Prayer, Called The Common Prayer, As Used By The Members Of The Church Of England;” 
• “A Letter To A Friend In Ireland; Containing A Relation Of Some Sorrowful Instances Of The Sad Effects Of Intemperance, As A Warning To Young People;”
• “A Letter to a Friend;”
• “A Letter To Aquila Paca, High Sheriff Of Baltimore County, In The Province Of Maryland;”
• “Christ’s Kingdom Exalted;”
• “Some Considerations On The Call, Work, And Wages, Of The Ministers Of Christ;” 
• “Concerning Personal Election And Reprobation;” 
• “A Letter To Cotton Mather, In New-England;”
• “Youth Perswaded To Obedience, Gratitude, And Honour, To God, And Their Parents;” and
• “Free Thoughts Communicated To Free-Thinkers: In Order To Promote Thinking On The Name And Works Of God”.

Chandler, Elizabeth Margaret [1807-1834]. Lundy, Benjamin [1789-1839].  –  The poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler: with a memoir of her life and character (1836). Includes: “Poetical Works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler;”  “Essays, Philanthropic and Moral, Principally Relating to the Abolition of Slavery in America.”

Child, Lydia Maria Francis [1802-1880].    –  Isaac T. Hopper [1771-1852]: a true life (1854).

Churchman, John [1705-1775].    –  An account of the gospel labours, and Christian experiences of a faithful minister of Christ, John Churchman, late of Nottingham, in Pennsylvania, deceased. To which is added, A short memorial of the life and death of a fellow labourer in the church, our valuable friend Joseph White, late of Bucks County (1779).

Clark, Dougan [1828-1896].    –  The offices of the Holy Spirit (1880).

Clark, Dougan.    –  The Holy Ghost dispensation (1891).

Clark, Dougan.    –  The theology of holiness (1893).

Clark, Dougan.    –  Instructions to Christian converts (1889).

Clark, Harry H. Reams, Evangeline [1868-1931].    –  Evangeline Reams : see entry under Reams.

Clarkson, Thomas [1760-1846].    –  A portraiture of Quakerism. Taken from a view of the education and discipline, social manners, civil and political economy, religious principles and character, of the Society of Friends. In 3 volumes (1806). 

Clipsham, Margery. Ellwood, Mary [c. 1623-1708].   –  The spirit that works abomination and its abominable work discovered (1685): see entry under Ellwood.

Cockburn, James.    –  A review of the general and particular causes which have produced the late disorders and divisions in the Yearly meeting of Friends, held in Philadelphia : with introductory remarks on the state of the primitive churches, their gradual declension, and subsequent advancement in reformation, to the rise of the Society of Friends (1829).

Coffin, Levi [1798-1877].    –  Reminiscences of Levi Coffin, the reputed president of the underground railroad ; being a brief history of the labors of a lifetime in behalf of the slave, with the stories of numerous fugitives, who gained their freedom through his instrumentality, and many other incidents (3rd ed., 1898).

Coffin, Rhoda M. [1826-1909].  Johnson, Mary Coffin (ed.).    –  Rhoda M. Coffin : her reminiscences, addresses, papers and ancestry (1910).

Comly, John [1773-1850].    –  Journal of the life and religious labours of John Comly : late of Byberry, Pennsylvania (1853).

Comstock, Elizabeth L[eslie Rous]. [1815-1891].  Hare, C.    –  Life and letters of Elizabeth L. Comstock  (1895).

Cresswell, Rachel Elizabeth. Fry, Elizabeth Gurney.   Fry, Katharine.  –  Memoir of the life of Elizabeth Fry. See under Fry.

Crisp, Stephen [1628-1692].    –  The christian experiences : gospel labours and writings, of that ancient servant of Christ (1822).

Crisp, Stephen.    –  Sermons or declarations (1773).

Croese, Gerardus [1642-1710].   Keith, George.    –  The general history of the Quakers / containing the lives, tenets, sufferings, tryals, speeches and letters of all the most eminent Quakers, both men and women .. (1696).

Crook, John [1617-1691].   Fisher, Samuel.   Howgill, Francis.   Hubberthorn, Richard.    –  Liberty of conscience asserted : and several reasons rendred, why no outward force, nor imposition, ought to be used in matters of faith and religion… (1661).

Docwra, Ann[e] [1624-1710].    –  An apostate- conscience exposed, and the miserable consequences thereof disclosed : for information and caution (1699).

Docwra, Anne.    –  An epistle of love and good advice : to my old friends & fellow-sufferers in the late times, the old royalists and their posterity, and to all others that have any sincere desire towards God (1683).

Docwra, Anne.    –  A looking-glass for the recorder and justices of the peace, and grand juries for the town and county of Cambridge (1682).

Dole, Dorcas [17th century].    –  A salutation of my endeared love to the faithful in all places, that bear their testimony for the Lord, and keep in the lowliness to truth as it is in Jesus (1685).

Dyer, Mary [1611-1660].  Rogers, Horatio. –   Mary Dyer of Rhode Island : See under Rogers.

Dymond, Jonathan [1796-1828].    –  An enquiry into the accordancy of war with the principles of Christianity, and an examination of the philosophical reasoning by which it is defended… (1824)

Edgerton, Walter [1806-1879].    –  A history of the separation in Indiana Yearly meeting of Friends : which took place in the winter of 1842 and 1843, on the anti-slavery question; containing a brief account of the rise, spread, and final adoption by the Society, of its testimony against slavery; together with a record of some of the principal facts and circumstances relating to that separation; embracing the documents issued by both parties relative thereto; and some account of the action of other Yearly meetings of Friends, touching the controversy, especially that of London, etc. (1856).

Edgerton, Walter.    –  Modern Quakerism examined and contrasted with that of the ancient type (1876).

Edmundson, William [1627-1712].    –  A journal of the life, travels, sufferings, and labour of love in the work of the ministry, of that worthy elder and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, William Edmundson (1714).

Ellwood, Mary [c. 1623-1708].   Clipsham, Margery.    –  The spirit that works abomination and its abominable work discovered : and a faithful testimony born against it. As a warning to all who profess to walk in the light of the Lord, that they keep close in spirit to the Lord and lissen [sic] not to that adulterated spirit which labours to draw from the way of truth, lest they be destroyed by it (1685).

Ellwood, Thomas [1639-1713].   Wyeth, Joseph.    –  The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood : or, An account of his birth, education, etc. with divers observations on his life and manners when a youth … (1714).

Evans, Thomas [1798-1868].    –  An exposition of the faith of the Religious Society of Friends : commonly called Quakers, in the fundamental doctrines of the Christian religion; principally selected from their early writings (1828).

Evans, William [1787-1867].  Evans, Charles.  –  Journal of the life and religious services of William Evans, a minister of the gospel in the Society of Friends (1870)

Fell, Margaret [1614-1702].    –  The life of Margaret Fox, wife of George Fox ; compiled from her own narrative and other sources ; with a selection from her epistles, etc. (1885).

Fell, Margaret.    –  A brief collection of remarkable passages and occurrences relating to the birth, education, life, conversion, travels, services, and deep sufferings of that ancient, eminent, and faithful servant of the Lord, Margaret Fell, but by her second marriage, Margaret Fox (1710).

Fell, Margaret.    –  A declaration and information from us the people of God called Quakers, to the present Governors, the King and both Houses of Parliament, and all whom it may concern (1660).

Fell, Margaret.    –  Womens speaking justified, proved and allowed of by the scriptures : all such as speak by the spirit and power of the Lord Jesus. And how women were the first that preached the tidings of the resurrection of Jesus … (1666).

Fell, Margaret.    –  The standard of the Lord revealed : by which he hath led and guided and preserved his people since Adam to this day… Given forth at Lancaster Castle (1667).

Fell, Margaret.    –  A call unto the seed of Israel : that they may come out of Egypts darkness, and house of bondage, unto the land of rest. Also the righteous law of God justified … Also twenty five queries to all the worlds priests and people, that say, the light of Christ is natural (1668).

Fell, Margaret.    –  A true testimony from the people of God : (who by the world are called Quakers) of the doctrines of the prophets, Christ, and the apostles… (1660).

Fisher, Samuel [1605-1665].   –  The testimony of truth exalted by the collected labours of …  (1679) . Includes:

1.   “The Scorned Quaker’s True And Honest Account Both Why And What He Should Have Spoken (As To The Sum And Substance Thereof) By Commission From God, But That He Had Not Permission From Men, In The Painted Chamber, On The 17th Day Of The 7th Month, 1656. Before The Protector And The Parliament, Then & There Met Together, With Many More Of No Mean Account, Who Were Not Of Them, Yet Were Then Crowded In Among Them;” 
2. “The Scorned Quaker’s Second Account Of His Second Attempt To Give Testimony To The Truth Of Jesus. Wherein Is Shewed, Both Why And What (So Far As The Lord Should Have Assisted) He Should Have Spoken By Commission From God, Had He Had Permission So To Do By Men, To The Parliament, And Ministers, And People Met Together At Margarets In Westminster, On The 24th Day Of The 7th Month, 1656. Being The Day Appointed By Them For Their First Publick Humiliation.” 
3.   “The Burden Of The Word Of The Lord;” 
4,  “To The Parliament Of England, And The Several Members Thereof.” 
5.  “Rusticus Ad Academicos In Exercitationibus Expostulatoriis, Apologeticis Quatuor. The Rustick’s Alarm To The Rabbies: Or, The Country Correcting The University And Clergy, And (Not Without Good Cause) Contesting For The Truth, Against The Nursing Mothers And Their Children;” 
6.  “Christs Light Springing;” 
7.  “One Antidote More Against That Provoking Sin Of Swearing By Reason Of Which This Land Now Mourneth;
8. “Supplementum Sublatum. John Tombes His Supplement Or, Second Book About Swearing;” 
9.  “Velata Quaedam Revelata. Some Certain Hidden Or Vailed Spiritual Verities Revealed, &C. Upon Occasion Of Various Very Prying, And Critical Queries;” 
10.  “The Bishop Busied Beside The Business. Or That Eminent Overseer, Dr. John Gauden, Bishop Of Exeter, So Eminently Overseen, As To Wound His Own Cause Well-Nigh To Death With His Own Weapon, In His Late So Super-Eminently-Applauded Appearance.” 

Fisher, Samuel, with Crook, John. Howgill, Francis. Hubberthorn, Richard. –  Liberty of conscience asserted: see under Crook, John.

Forster, Mary [1619-1687].    –  A declaration of the bountifull loving-kindness of the Lord : manifested to His hand-maid Mary Harris, who stood idle in the market-place, till the eleventh hour, yet then received her penny … as also a few words of encouragement from experience, to any who knows the name of the Lord in the least measure, to fear the Lord, and trust in His mercies (1669).

Forster, Mary.    –  These several papers was sent to the Parliament the twentieth day of the fifth moneth, 1659 : being above seven thousand of the names of the hand-maids and daughters of the Lord, and such as feels the oppression of tithes, in the names of many more of the said handmaids and daughters of the Lord, who witness against the oppression of tithes and other things as followeth (1659).

Forster, William [1784-1854].   Seebohm, Benjamin.  –  Memoirs of William Forster. In 2 volumes (1865).

Fox, George [1624-1691]. Hookes, Ellis.    –  The arraignment of popery : being a short collection, taken out of the chronicles, and other books, of the state of the church in the primitive times… to which is added, The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church.

Fox, George. Howgill, Francis.    –  The papists strength, principles, and doctrines : (which they are sworn to preach, from the Conncel of Trent, by the popes authority, and after confirmed by the last general assembly at Rouen, 1571…furthermore their principles and doctrines answered and confuted…

Fox, George . –  Works [1831 American edition, as reprinted with identical pagination by New Foundation / The George Fox Fund, 1990.] 8 volumes. Includes:

☙ “A Journal Or Historical Account Of The Life, Travels, Sufferings, &C. Of George Fox.”  Works of George Fox   (Vols. 1 & 2)

☙ “The Great Mystery Of The Great Whore Unfolded,”  In Works of George Fox   (Volume 3, which also contains “The Doctrines And Principles Of The Priests Of Scotland” and “Saul’s Errand To Damascus,” co-authored with James Nayler and others.

Doctrinal Writings. In Works of George Fox  (Volumes 4-6). NOTE: a table of contents and alphabetical index to these are available online at https://wp.me/p6EeA-g0 .

Epistles:  –  “A Collection Of Many Select And Christian Epistles, Letters And Testimonies, Written On Sundry Occasions, By That Ancient, Eminent, Faithful Friend, And Minister Of Christ Jesus, George Fox, In Two Volumes”  In Works of George Fox   (Volume 7 & 8). NOTE: Annotated versions of these Epistles, identifying scriptural allusions and references, are available in the Quaker Bible Index: https://qbi.earlham.edu/gfe/index.htm

Fox, George.    Miscellaneous individual writings not included in the 8-volume Works,  here listed in alphabetical order:
•1. Concerning the traditions the Jews taught : which made the word and commandment of God of none effect, and the traditions the apostate Christians teach people to follow, and set up above the scriptures of truth ..

•2. A declaration from the harmless & innocent people of God, called, Quakers : against all plotters & fighters in the world. For the removing of the ground of jealousie and suspition from both magistrates and people in the kingdoms, concerning wars and fightings … given unto the king, upon the 21. day of the 11th month, 1660

•3. A declaration of the ground of error & errors, blasphemy, blasphemers, and blasphemies : and the ground of inchantings and seducing spirits, and the doctrine of devils… how this is all from the spirit of God in the transgression of it…

•4. An epistle to be read in all the assemblies of the righteous

•5. The ground of high places, and the end of high places : and a rest for the people of God, above all the high places of the earth

•6. Here all may see, that justice and judgement is the rule : and the power of God without respecting mens persons, or observing the worlds complements. And sheweth how the pure religion keeps out from the spots of the world

•7. An instruction to judges & lawyers : that they may act and judge as the judges did of old …

•8. The law of God, the rule of law-makers : the ground of all just laws, and the corruption of English laws and lawyers discovered

•9. Newes coming up out of the north, sounding towards the south : or, A blast out of the north up into the south, and so to flie abroad into the world and a warning to all England, and nations elsewhere, the terrible day of the Lord is appearing, that all your hearts must be ript up and laid naked and open before the mighty God …

•10. The priests and professors catechisme : for them to try their spirits; whether it be after the doctrine of Godliness; or after the traditions of men, which are vainly puft up in their fleshly minds, and that they may see themselves, and all people may see them…

•11. The priests fruits made manifest, and the fashions of the world, and the lust of ignorance;

•12. Some principles of the elect people of God in scorn called Quakers

•13. Something in answer to a book called Fiat lux : being a discourse between a papist and a Protestant, &c. who writes at the bottom of the title page, J.V.C. : also something in answer to the papists queries

•14. A testimony of the true light of the world : which is given to every man that comes into the world, and of the true measure of the gift of God, given to every one to profit withal…

•15. That all might see who they were that had a command and did pay tythes, and who they were that had a law to receive them : and also them that witnessed in spirit and life the law fulfilled, the substance and end of the law, and that priesthood that took tythes : and likewise, these are here manifest that do take tythes and have no command from God, but contrary to the law of God

•16. This for each Parliament-man : that they may see the wisdom by which all things were created with it, to order all things to his glory

•17. This is to all officers & souldiers of the armies in England, Scotland, & Ireland; & to all magistrates, & them in authority in these nations, & the dominions thereunto appertaining for them to read

•18. To all the people who meet in the steeple-houses in England, and elsewhere

•19. To the protector and parliament of England

•20.  To you that are crying, what is become of our forefathers, if the light be the way which you be in, & what is become of the martyrs that suffered?

•21.  A warning to all teachers of children : which are called school-masters and school-mistresses, and to parents, which doth send their children to be taught by them …

Frame, Nathan T. [1832-1914].   –  Reminiscences of Nathan T. Frame and Esther G. Frame. (1907).

Frith, Francis [1822-1898].   Braithwaite, George H.    –  A reasonable faith. Short religious essays for the times. (1884).

Fry, Elizabeth Gurney [1780-1845].    –  Observations on the visiting, superintendence, and government of female prisoners (1827).

Fry, Elizabeth Gurney. Fry, Katharine.   Cresswell, Rachel Elizabeth. –  Memoir of the life of Elizabeth Fry, with extracts from her journal and letters.  Two volumes. (1848).

Gardner, Sunderland P. [c. 1801- ]   –  Memoirs of the life and religious labors of Sunderland P. Gardner (1895).

General Conference of Friends (1887, in Richmond, Indiana).    –  Proceedings, including [The Richmond] Declaration of Christian Doctrine, of the General Conference of Friends, held in Richmond, Ind., U.S.A., 1887.

Hilles, David, and James, Isaac [Defendants].   Gould, M.T.C. [Stenographer].    –  Report of the trial of Friends : at Steubenville, Ohio, from the 15th to the 26th of October, 1828, before the Hon. Jeremiah H. Hallock, Esq., president judge of the 5th Judicial District of the state.

Gould, Marcus Tullius Cicero [1793-1860], ed.   Hicks, Elias.  –  The Quaker, being a series of sermons by members of the Society of Friends [most, but not all, by Hicks].  4 volumes (1828).

Grellet, Stephen [1772-1855].   Seebohm, Benjamin, ed.    –  Memoirs of the life and gospel labors of Stephen Grellet. Two volumes. (1860).

Grove, Joseph.  Bishop, George.  –  New-England judged, by the spirit of the Lord. See under Bishop (1703).

Grubb, Sarah [Lynes] [1773-1842].  –  A selection from the letters of the late Sarah Grubb (formerly Sarah Lynes) (1848).

Grubb, Sarah [Tuke] [1756-1790].  –  Some account of the life and religious labours of Sarah Grubb : with an appendix containing an account of Ackworth School, remarks on Christian discipline, and extracts from her letters (2nd ed., 1794).

Gurney, Joseph John [1788-1847]. – Gurney’s works.  In 5 volumes [9th ed., Norwich, 1848].
•   In volume 1: “Observations on the Distinguishing Views and Practices of the Society of Friends.”
•   In volume 2: “Essays on the Evidences, Doctrines, and Practical Operation of Christianity.”
•   In volume 3: “Biblical Notes and Dissertations, Chiefly Intended to Confirm and Illustrate the Doctrine of the Deity of Christ.”
•   In volume 4: “Essay on the Habitual Exercise of Love to God, Considered as a Preparation for Heaven.”
•   In volume 5: “Brief Remarks on the History, Authority, and Use of the Sabbath;” “Guide to the Instruction of Young Persons in the Holy Scriptures, Including The Lock and Key;” “On the Moral Character of Our Lord Jesus Christ;” “Christianity a Religion of Motives;” “Some Account of John Stratford;” “Subject of an Address, On the Right Use and Application of Knowledge, Delivered to the Mechanics of Manchester;” “Letter to a Clerical Friend on the Accordance of Geological Discovery with Natural and Revealed Religion;” “Familiar Sketch of the Late William Wilberforce;” “Sabbatical Verses;” “Terms of Union: Remarks Addressed to the Members of the British and Foreign Bible Society;” “Strictures on Certain Parts of an Anonymous Pamphlet Entitled ‘The Truth Vindicated’.”

Hallowell, Anna Davis. –  James and Lucretia Mott. Life and letters. See under Mott.

Hare, C.  Comstock, Elizabeth L.  –  Life and letters of Elizabeth L. Comstock (1895). See under Comstock.

Harris, J[ames] Rendel [1852-1941]. –  The sufferings and the glory : with other Woodbrooke addresses. (1915),

Hicks, Edward [1780-1849].    –  Memoirs of the life and religious labors of Edward Hicks, late of Newtown, Bucks County. Pennsylvania. (1851).

Hicks, Elias [1748-1830].    –  Journal of the life and religious labours of Elias Hicks. (1832).

Hicks, Elias.    –  Letters of Elias Hicks: including also Observations on the slavery of the Africans and their descendants, and on the use of the produce of their labor (1861).

Hicks, Elias et al.  Gould, MTC.   –  The Quaker… sermons by members of the Society of Friends. Four volumes (1828). See under Gould.

Hicks, Rachel [1789-1878].    –  Memoir of Rachel Hicks (1880).

Hilles, David, and James, Isaac [Defendants].   Gould, M.T.C. [Stenographer]   –  Report of the trial of Friends : at Steubenville, Ohio, from the 15th to the 26th of October, 1828, before the Hon. Jeremiah H. Hallock, Esq., president judge of the 5th Judicial District of the state. See under Gould.

Hoag, Joseph  [1762–1846].  –  A journal of the life and gospel labors of that devoted servant and minister of Christ, Joseph Hoag. (1860).

Hodgkin, L[ucy] V[iolet].   Robinson, Frederic Cayley.    –  A book of Quaker saints (1918).

Hodgson, William [Jr.] [1804-1878].    –  The Society of Friends in the nineteenth century: a historical view of the successive convulsions and schisms therein during that period.  Two volumes. (1875-1876).

Hookes, Ellis [1635-1681]. Fox, George.  –  The arraignment of popery : See under Fox.

Hopper, Isaac T. [1771-1852]. See under Child, Lydia Maria Francis

Howgill, Francis [1618-1669].  Crook, John.   Fisher, Samuel.    Hubberthorn, Richard.  –  Liberty of conscience asserted: See under Crook.

Howgill, Francis.  Fox, George.  –  The papists strength, principles, and doctrines: See under Fox.

Howgill, Mary [1623-before 1681].    –  The vision of the Lord of hosts : faithfully declared in his own time; and the decree of the Lord God also recorded, which is nigh to be fulfilled. Also, a few words to friends of truth, whom the Lord is trying in this day … (1662).

Hunt, William [1733-1772]. Hunt, Nathan [1758-1853].  –  Memoirs of William and Nathan Hunt taken chiefly from their journals and letters [Enoch Lewis, ed.]. (1858).

Jackson, John. [1809-1855] –  Reflections on peace and war. (1846).

Jackson, John. –  A dissertation historical and critical on the Christian ministry. (1856).

James, Isaac, and Hilles, David [Defendants].   Gould, M.T.C.  [Stenographer]  –  Report of the trial of Friends : at Steubenville, Ohio, from the 15th to the 26th of October, 1828, before the Hon. Jeremiah H. Hallock, Esq., president judge of the 5th Judicial District of the state  See under Gould.

Janney, Samuel Macpherson [1801-1880]. –  History of the religious Society of Friends from its rise to the year 1828.  Four volumes. (1860-1867).

Janney, Samuel Macpherson.    –  Memoirs of Samuel M. Janney, late of Lincoln, Loudoun County, Va. (1881).

Johnson, Mary Coffin. Coffin, Rhoda M. –  Rhoda M. Coffin : her reminiscences, addresses, papers and ancestry. See under Coffin.

Jones, Rufus Matthew [1863-1948].  –  Eli and Sybil Jones: their life and work. (1889).

Jones, Rufus Matthew.    –  Social law in the spiritual world; studies in human and divine inter-relationship. (1904).

Jones, Rufus Matthew.    –  The double search : studies in atonement and prayer. (1906).

Jones, Rufus Matthew.    –  Practical Christianity. (1899).

Keith, George [1638-1716].    –  Immediate revelation, (or, Jesus Christ the eternal Son of God, revealed in man, revealing the knowledge of God, and the things of His kingdom, immediately) not ceased, but remaining a standing and perpetual ordinance in the church of Christ, and being of indispensible necessity, as to the whole body in general, so to every member thereof; every true believer in particular, asserted and demonstrated. (1675).

Keith, George. Barclay, Robert.    –  Truth triumphant through the spiritual warfare, Christian labours, and writings of that able and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Robert Barclay, : to which is prefixed, an account of his life.  3 volumes. See under Barclay.

Keith, George. Croese, Gerardus.    –  The general history of the Quakers / containing the lives, tenets, sufferings, tryals, speeches and letters of all the most eminent Quakers, both men and women. See under Croese.

Kersey, Jesse [1768-1845].    –  A treatise on fundamental doctrines of the Christian religion : in which are illustrated the profession, ministry, worship and faith of the Society of Friends. (1815).

Killam, Margaret [1619-1672].   Patison, Barbara.    –  A warning from the Lord to the teachers & people of Plimovth : with a few queries to the parish teachers of this nation, that have great sums of money for teaching the people. (1656).

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends).    –  Some account of the conduct of the Religious Society of Friends towards the Indian tribes in the settlement of the colonies of east and west Jersey and Pennsylvania : with a brief narrative of their labours for the civilization and christian instruction of the Indians, from the time of their settlement in America, to the year 1843. (1844).

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends).    –  Report of the proceedings of the conference of members of the Society of Friends, held, by direction of the Yearly Meeting, in Manchester from the eleventh to the fifteenth of eleventh month, 1895. (1896).

London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends).    –  Extracts from the minutes and advices of the Yearly meeting of Friends held in London, from its first institution (1783).

Lundy, Benjamin  [1789-1839].  –  “Memoir”  In Poetical works of Elizabeth Margaret Chandler. See under Chandler. 

Maule, Joshua [1806-1887].    –  Transactions and changes in the Society of Friends, and incidents in the life and experience of Joshua Maule, with a sketch of the original doctrine and discipline of Friends. (1886).

Mead, William [1628-1713]. Penn, William. – The peoples ancient and just liberties asserted, in the tryal of William Penn, and William Mead. See under Penn.

Mott, Lucretia [1793-1880].   –  Discourse on woman. (1850).

Naylor, James [or Nayler, 1618-1660].  –  Milk for babes: and meat for strong men : a feast of fat things; wine well refined on the lees… (1661).

Naylor, James. –  A collection of sundry books, epistles and papers written by James Nayler : with an impartial relation of the most remarkable transactions relating to his life (1829). The first complete edition ever of Nayler’s works, published in print by Quaker Heritage Press (2003-2009) is also available online at http://qhpress.org/books/nayler.html.

Neale, Mary (Peisley) [1718-1757]. –  Some account of the life and religious exercises of Mary Neale, formerly Peisley. Principally compiled from her own writings (1795).

Newman, Henry Stanley [1837-1912].  –  Memories of Stanley Pumphrey [1771-1843] (2nd ed., 1885).

Osborn, Charles [1775-1850].   –  Journal of that faithful servant of Christ, Charles Osborn, containing an account of many of his travels and labors in the work of the ministry, and his trials and exercises in the service of the Lord, and in the defense of the truth, as it is in Jesus (1854).

Patison, Barbara. Killam, Margaret.  –  A warning from the Lord to the teachers & people of Plimovth: See under Killam.  

Pemberton, Israel [1715-1779].  –  “The Testimony Of The Monthly-Meeting… Concerning.. Thomas Chalkley, Deceased.”  See under Chalkley.

Penington, Isaac [1616–1679]. – Works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington.  Four volumes. (3rd ed., 1784). A comprehensive online edition of Penington’s works, published in print by Quaker Heritage Press (1995-1997), is also available online at http://qhpress.org/books/penington.html.

Penn, William [1644-1718].  –  Christian liberty as it was soberly desired in a letter to certain forreign states: upon occasion of their late severity to several of their inhabitants, meerly for their different perswasion and practice in point of faith and worship towards God. (1675).

Penn, William.  Burnyeat, John.   Watson, John.   –  The truth exalted. in the writings of … John Burnyeat: See under Burnyeat.

Penn, William.    –  A reply to a pretended answer by a nameless author to W.P.’s key : in which the principles of the people of God called Quakers are further explain’d and confirm’d (1695).

Penn, William.  –  Collection of the works of William Penn. Two volumes. (1726). [The prefixed sign § signifies works republished, in modernized English, in Paul Buckley, Twenty-First Century Penn (Richmond, Indiana: Earlham School of Religion Publications, 2003). All of these but Primitive Christianity Reviv’d are in Volume 1 of this 1726 edition; Primitive Christianity Reviv’d is in Volume 2.]
☙   In volume 1:
   • “The Author’s Life; containing Variety of Occurrences from his Birth…to the Time of his Death…; and particularly, His Tryal at the Old-Bailey” [1670]…; LETTERS [including his 1681 Letter to the Indians];…PETITIONS;…SPEECHES.
   • An Appendix to the Author’s Life; containing, LETTERS…; TRACTS. Viz., Truth Exalted…; § The Sandy Foundation Shaken…; § Innocency with her Open Face…; No Cross, No Crown…; A Letter of Love to the Young Convinced; The Great Case of Liberty of Conscience Debated and Defended by the Authority of Reason, Scripture and Antiquity; A Seasonable Caveat against Popery, or a Pamphlet entituled, An Explanation of the Roman Catholick Belief, briefly Examined; Truth Rescued from Imposture…; § The Christian Quaker…; § A Discourse of the General Rule of Faith and Practice…; A Letter to the Council and Senate of Embden; A Treatise of Oaths…; England’s present Interest considered…; Saul Smitten to the Ground…; An Address to Protestants of all Perswasions…; Some Fruits of Solitude, in Reflections and Maxims…; § A Brief Account of the Rise and Progress of the People called Quakers…; The Advice of William Penn to his Children, Relating to their Civil and Religious Conduct.
☙  In volume 2:
   •  Controversial Tracts, viz.: I. The Guide Mistaken, and Temporizing Rebuked: Or, A Brief Reply to Jonathan Clapham’s Book, entituled, A Guide to the True Religion…; II. A Serious Apology for the Principles and Practices of the People call’d Quakers, against the Malicious Aspersions, Erroneous Doctrines, and Horrid Blasphemies of Thomas Jenner, and Timothy Taylor, in their Book, entituled, Quakerism Anatomiz’d, and Confuted; III. The Spirit of Truth Vindicated, against that of Error and Envy, unseasonably manifested in a Malicious Libel, entituled, The Spirit of the Quakers Tried, &c.; IV. The New Witnesses prov’d Old Hereticks: Or, Information to the Ignorant; in which the Doctrines of John Reeve and Lodowick Muggleton, are proved to be mostly Ancient Whimsies, Blasphemies and Heresies, from the Evidence of Scripture, Reason, and several Historians…; V. Plain Dealing with a Traducing Anabaptist: Or, Three Letters writ upon Occasion of some Slanderous Reflections, given and promoted against William Penn, by one John Morse…; VI. The Spirit of Alexander the Copper-Smith Justly Rebuked; Or, An Answer to a late Pamphlet, entituled, The Spirit of the Hat, or the Government of the Quakers; VII. Judas and the Jews combin’d against Christ and His Followers, being a Rejoynder to the late Nameless Reply, call’d, Tyranny and Hypocrisie detected, made against a Book, entituled, The Spirit of Alexander the Copper-Smith, Rebuked; VIII. Quakerism a New Nick-name for Old Christianity, being an Answer to a Book, entituled, Quakerism No Christianity, Subscribed by J. Faldo. In which the Rise, Doctrine and Practice of the Abused Quakers, are Truly, Briefly, and Fully Declared and Vindicated, from the False Charges, Wicked Insinuations, and utmost Opposition made by that Adversary; IX. The Invalidity of John Faldo’ s Vindication of his Book, call’d, Quakerism No Christianity: Being a Rejoynder, in Defence of the Answer, entituled, Quakerism a New Nick-Name for Old Christianity; wherein many Weighty Gospel-Truths are handled… for the Information of Moderate Enquirers; X. Wisdom Justified of Her Children, from the Ignorance and Calumny of Henry Hallywell, in his Book called, An Account of Familism, as it is Revived and Propagated by the Quakers; XI. Reason against Railing, and Truth against Fiction: Being an Answer to Two Pamphlets, entituled, A Dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker; and the Continuation of the Dialogue, &c. By one Thomas Hicks, an Anabaptist Teacher; XII. The Counterfeit Christian Detected, and the Real Quaker Justified; against the Vile Forgeries, Gross Perversions, Black Slanders, Plain Contradictions, and Scurrilous Language of T. Hicks, in his Third Dialogue, call’d, The Quaker Condemn’d…; XIII. A Just Rebuke to One and Twenty Learned and Reverend Divines, so called, being an Answer to an Abusive Epistle against the People called Quakers; XIV. Urim and Thummim: Or, the Doctrines of Light and Perfection Maintained, against the Opposite Plea of Samuel Grevil, a Pretended Minister of the Gospel, in his Un-Gospel-like Discourse, against a Book entituled, A Testimony of the Light Within; anciently Writ by Alexander Parker; XV. Naked Truth needs No Shift: Or, an Answer to a Libellous Sheet, entituled, The Quaker’s Last Shift found out; XVI. A Return to John Faldo’ s Reply, called, A Curb for William Penn’s Confidence; XVII. The Skirmisher Defeated, and Truth Defended; being an Answer to a Pamphlet, entituled, A Skirmish upon Quakerism; XVIII. A Brief Answer to a False and Foolish Libel, call’d, The Quaker’s Opinions; XIX. A Brief Examination, and State of Liberty Spiritual, both with Respect to Persons in their Private Capacity, and in their Church-Society & Communion; XX. A Defence of the Duke of Buckingham’ s Book of Religion and Worship, from the Exceptions of a Nameless Author; XXI. Animadversions on the Apology of the Clamorous Squire…; XXII. The New Athenians, No Noble Bereans;  XXIII. A Reply by a Nameless Author, to W. Penn’s Key;  XXIV. A Defence of a Paper, entituled, Gospel-Truths, against the Exceptions of the Bishop of Cork’s Testimony.   
   • Doctrinal Books, viz.: 1. Just Measures: Being an Epistle of Peace and Love…; 2. A Key, Opening the Way to every Capacity, how to distinguish the Religion Professed by the People called Quakers, from the Perversions and Misrepresentations of their Adversaries; 3. A Visitation to the Jews: To the Seed of Abraham, and House of Israel, after the Flesh; 4. § Primitive Christianity Reviv’d, in the Faith and Practice of the People called Quakers; 5. A Testimony to the Truth of God, as held by the People called Quakers.
   • Political Treatises, viz.: 1. England’s Great Interest, in the Choice of a New Parliament; 2. One Project for the Good of England, that is, Our Civil Union is our Civil Safety; 3. A Perswasive to Moderation to Church-Dissenters, in Prudence and Conscience; 4. Good Advice to the Church of England, Roman Catholick, and Protestant Dissenter… to abolish the Penal Laws and Tests;
   • A General Description of the Province of Pennsylvania….

Penn, William.    –  An address to Protestants upon the present conjuncture. In II. parts. (1679).

Penn, William.   Mead, William.    –  The peoples ancient and just liberties asserted, 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. 70. against the most arbitrary procedure of that court. Old-Baily, 1st. 3d.4th, 5th of Sept. 1670. (1670).

Penn, William.    –  The great and popular objection against the repeal of the penal laws and tests : briefly stated & consider’d, which may serve for answer to several late pamphlets upon the subject. (1688).

Penney, Norman [1858-1933].  –  The first publishers of truth. Being early records (now first printed) of the introduction of Quakerism into the counties of England and Wales. (1907).

Phillips, Catharine [1727-1794].  –  Memoirs of the life of Catherine Phillips: to which are added some of her epistles (1798).

Phipps, Joseph [1708-1787].  –  The original and present state of man, briefly considered: wherein is shewn, the nature of his fall, and the necessity, means and manner of his restoration, through the sacrifice of Christ, and the sensible operation of that divine principle of grace and truth, held forth to the world, by the people called Quakers. To which are added some remarks on the arguments of Samuel Newton, of Norwich. (1788).

Pickard, Samuel Thomas [1828-1915].  –  Life and letters of John Greenleaf Whittier. 2 volumes. See under Whittier

Pumphrey, Stanley [1771-1843]. See under Newman.

Reams, Evangeline. Clark, Harry H.   –  Evangeline Reams: a brief sketch of her life and the story of the founding of the Friends Rescue Home. (20th century, n.d.)

Richmond Declaration (1887). See under General Conference of Friends.

Robinson, Frederic Cayley. Hodgkin, L. V.      –  A book of Quaker saints. See under Hodgkin.

Rogers, Horatio [Jr., 1836-1904].  –  Mary Dyer of Rhode Island : the Quaker martyr that was hanged on Boston Common, June 1, 1660. (1896).

Routh, Martha Winter [1743-1817].    –  Memoir of the life, travels, and religious experience of Martha Routh. (1822).

Rowntree, John Wilhelm [1868-1905].   Rowntree, Joshua.    –  John Wilhelm Rowntree. Essays and addresses. (1906).

Rutty, John [1698-1775]. Wight, Thomas.   –  A history of the … Quakers in Ireland : from the year 1653 to 1700 … (Afterwards Revised, Enlarged, and Continued to the Year 1751, by John Rutty). See under Wight.

Scott, Job [1751-1793].  –  On the knowledge of the Lord, the only true God : to which is added, remarks upon the doctrine of perseverence [sic]. (1824).

Scott, Job.    –  The baptism of Christ : a gospel ordinance, being altogether inward and spiritual, not like John’s into water, but according to the real nature of the Gospel, into the very name, life and power of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost … (1793).

Scott, Job.    –  Journal of the life, travels and gospel labours of that faithful servant and minister of Christ, Job Scott (1797).

Seebohm, Benjamin [1798-1871]. Forster, William.  –  Memoirs of William Forster. See under Forster

Seebohm, Benjamin.  Grellet, Stephen.  –  Memoirs of the life and gospel labors of Stephen Grellet. Two volumes. See under Grellet.

Sewel, William [1653-1720].  –  The history of the rise, increase, and progress, of the Christian people called Quakers : with several remarkable occurrences intermixed (3rd ed., 1774).

Shillitoe, Thomas [1754–1836]. –  Journal of the life, labours, and travels of Thomas Shillitoe in the service of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Two volumes (1831).

Shotwell, Thomas L.    –  An authentic report of the testimony in a cause at issue in the Court of Chancery of the State of New Jersey, between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant, and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants : taken pursuant to the rules of the court. Two volumes (1831).

Smith, Hannah Whitall [1832-1911].  –  The unselfishness of God and how I discovered it; a spiritual autobiography (1903).

Smith, Joseph.    –  A descriptive catalogue of Friends’ books : or books written by members of the Society of Friends, commonly called Quakers, from their first rise to the present time, interspersed with critical remarks, and occasional biographical notices …  2 volumes, plus a supplement (1867-1893).

Smith, William [ – 1673].    –  Christendoms call to repentance : who is adulterated, and gone out from the life of her maker, and gone into the spiritual whoredoms, from the life which was among th apostles, which with the light, is seen and made manifest… (1661).

Smith, William.    –  The true light shining in England : to give unto all her inhabitants the knowledge of their ways… Also, something demonstrated concerning the people of God (called Quakers) as to their principle and practice… (1660).

Smith, William.    –  The new creation brought forth, in the holy order of life : wherein the immortal birth is revealed, and the precious pearl, out of the mixture, extracted… (1661).

Smith, William.    –  The banner of love : under which the royal army is preserved, and safely conducted. Being a clear and perfect way out of wars & contentions; with a short testimony unto the way of peace. Given forth for the edification and comfort of all that truly fear God (1661).

Smith, William.    –  A tender visitation of the Fathers love, to all the elect-children : or an epistle unto the religious congregations : who in the light are gathered, and are worshippers of the father in spirit and truth. To be read amongst them in the pure fear of the Lord God, when they are assembled and met together in his name (1660).

Stephen, Caroline Emelia [1834-1909].    –  Quaker strongholds (3rd ed., 1891).

Stirredge, Elizabeth [1634-1706].    –  Strength in weakness manifest : in the life, various trials, and Christian testimony, of that faithful servant and handmaid of the Lord, Elizabeth Stirredge … (1711).

Tallack, William [1831–1908].    –  Friendly sketches in America (1861).

Travers, Rebecca [1609-1688].    –  A testimony for God’s everlasting truth : as it hath been learned of and in Jesus, testifying against such as through unbelief have departed from, or been disobedient to the spirit that convinces the world of sin… (1669).

Travers, Rebecca.    –  A testimony concerning the light and life of Jesus : (the true foundation), as it was laid down and delivered to us… (1663).

Trueblood, James.    –  Truth and innocence, defended, in a vindication of the character of Priscilla Cadwalader [1786-1859], as a minister of the Society of Friends (1838).

Tyson, John S.    –  Life of Elisha Tyson [1750-1824], the philanthropist (1825).

Updegraff, David B. [1830-1894]   –  An address to Ohio Yearly Meeting on the ordinances and the position of Friends generally in relation to them (1885).

Updegraff, David B.    –  Old corn; or, Sermons and addresses on the spiritual life (1892).

Vaux, Roberts [1786-1836].   –  Memoirs of the lives of Benjamin Lay [1682-1759] and Ralph Sandiford [1603-1733]. (1815).

Watson, John [1649-1709].   Penn, William. Burnyeat, John.   –  The truth exalted in the writings of that eminent and faithful servant of Christ John Burnyeat : collected into this ensuing volume as a memorial to his faithful labours in and for the truth . See under Burnyeat,

Wheeler, Daniel [1771-1840].    –  Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of the late Daniel Wheeler; a minister of the Society of Friends (1852).

White, Dorothy [c. 1630-1686].   –  A call from God out of Egypt : by His Son Christ the light of life; and this from the movings of the holy power, is sent for a visitation unto the seed of God… (1662).

White, Dorothy.    –  The day dawned both to Jews and gentiles : and clear discoveries of light and righteousness, the bright and morning star appearing (1684).

White, Dorothy.    –  A lamentation unto this nation : and also a warning to all people of this present age and generation with the voice of thunder sounded forth from the throne of the Lord God : and this is more particularly a warning unto the inhabitants of England and is to go abroad thorow all parts of this nation (1660).

White, Dorothy.    –  A salutation of love to all the tender hearted, who follow the lamb wheresoever he leadeth them (1684).

White, Dorothy.    –  A trumpet of the Lord of hosts : blown unto the city of London, and unto the inhabitants thereof… as also a trumpet sounded out of the Holy city, proclaiming deliverance to the captives… (1662).

White, Dorothy.    –  A visitation of heavenly love unto the seed of Jacob yet in captivity … (1660).

White, Dorothy.    –  A visitation of love, sent unto all : that those that do not see, may see, and return out of the fall (1684).

White, Dorothy.    –  Upon the 22 day of the 8th month, 1659. The word of the Lord came upon me… (1659).

Whittier, John Greenleaf [1807-1892].    –  The complete poetical works of John Greenleaf Whittier (1904).

Whittier, John Greenleaf.  – Life and letters of John Greenleaf Whittier. Two volumes. See under Pickard.

Wight, Thomas [1640–1724].   Rutty, John.    –  A history of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers in Ireland : from the year 1653 to 1700 (Afterwards Revised, Enlarged, and Continued to the Year 1751, by John Rutty) (1811).

Wilbur, John [1774–1856].    –  A narrative and exposition of the late proceedings of New England yearly meeting, with some of its subordinate meetings and their committees, in relation to the doctrinal controversy now existing in the Society of Friends .. (1845). Contains an “Appendix, containing a comparison of some of the doctrinal views of J. J. Gurney, with those of several standard writers among the early Friends….”

Wilbur, John.    –  Journal of the life of John Wilbur : a minister of the gospel in the Society of Friends (1859).

Williams, William [c. 1763-1824].    –  Journal of the life, travels, and gospel labours of William Williams, a minister of the of the Society of Friends (1828).

Woolman, John [1720-1772].    –  The works of John Woolman. In two parts. (3rd ed., 1775). Includes:
• “A Journal Of The Life, Gospel-Labours, And Christian Experiences, Of That Faithful Minister Of Jesus Christ, John Woolman;”
• “Considerations On Pure Wisdom, And Human Policy;”
• “Considerations On The True Harmony Of Mankind, And How It Is To Be Maintained;”
• “An Epistle To The Quarterly And Monthly Meetings Of Friends;”
• “On Labour;”
• “On Schools;”
• “On The Right Use Of The Lord’s Outward Gifts;”
• “Remarks On Sundry Subjects;” and “Some Expressions Of John Woolman In His Last Ilness [sic].”

Wyeth, Joseph [1663-1731]. Ellwood, Thomas.  –  The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood: see under Ellwood.

Yeamans, Isabel [1637?-1704].   –  An invitation of love : to all who hunger and thirst after righteousness, to come and take of the water of life freely without money and without price… (1679).

The compiler wishes to thank Stephen W. Angell of Earlham School of Religion, and Timothy W. Seid, preparer of the original Bibliography of the Digital Quaker Collection, for their invaluable help and encouragement in the preparation of this document.

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