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Date. Sheets. A. W. See WILLIAM ALLEN. ABRAHAMS, Dr. Galenus, “Reputed Chief of the Socinian

Mennists, in Holland," says William Sewel, in his History

of Friends.
-VERDEDIGING der Christenen die DOOPSGEZINDE Genaamd

Worden Beneffens Korte Groudstellingen Van Hun
Gelove en Leere, door Galenus Abrahamsz, Met Kennis,
en toestemming, van andere sijner Mede-I raaren.
t' Amsteldam : By de Wed P. Arentz, en C. Vander Sys;
Boekyerkopers in de Beurs-straat, in de drie Raapen.

8vo. 1699. 164 AMES, William, of Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire.

De Uerhozgentheden van het Rijcke Godts.—The Mysteries of

the Kingdom of God, and the working, leading, and guiding
of God's Spirit declared, in opposition to the literal worship
maintained as the true worship of God, by Galen

4to. 1661. 3 ADAMS, J., Chaplain in Ordinary to King Wm. the Third.

A SERMON preached at St. Clement Danes, the 29th of Sep-
tember, 1700. Occasioned by the Recantation of Mr.
Clement Joynes, (lately a Quaker). By J. Adams, Chaplain
in Ordinary to His Majesty. Published at the Request of
the Persons concerned, and several others of that Parish.
London : Printed for D. Brown, without Temple Bar ;
and Peter Buck, in Fleet Street

4to. 1700. 4 ADDERLEY, William, a Nonconformist Divine, Lecturer at

St. Sepulchre's, London.
The Foot Out of the Snare. (Part by him)

4to. 1656. 7
See John TOLDERVY, in my Catalogue of Friends' Books, Vol. 2, page 745.
NAYLER, James, of Ardesloe, near Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Foot yet In the Snare. Discovered in an Answer to John
Toldervy, William Adderley, and others.
London i Printed for Giles Calvert, &c.

4to. 1656. 41


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ADDERLEY, William,—continued.
TOLDERVY, John, of London.

The NAKED TRUTH Laid Open, against what is amiss, &o.
London, Printed for G. Calvert, &c.

4to. 1656. 2 ADRIANS, Jacob, of Holland.

(Book unknown). AMES, William.

Een hartneckigen, &c. A stiff-necked and shameless Lyar

Reproved, (in) Jacob Adrians, formerly called Mr. Jans, fol. no date. I
ALBERTI, George William, a Preacher at Tundern, in Hanover,

was born in the year 1725, and died in 1758.
Aufrichtige Nachricht von der Religion, Gottesdienst,
Sitten, und Gebräuchen der Quäker.—Letters on the
State of Religion, Worship, Manners, and Customs of
the Quakers

Hanover, 1750.
Besides the above, G. W. Alberti published “Thoughts on Hume's Essays

on Natural Religion,” under the name of Alethophilus Gottingensis.

Written during his residence in England.
ALCOT, William, an Anabaptist. See EDWARD Paye.

ALEXANDER, John, of Leith, in Scotland.

Jesuitico-Quakerism Examined, or a CONFUTATION of The

Blasphemous and unreasonable Principles of the QUA-
KERS; with a Vindication of the CHURCH OF GOD in
BRITAIN, from their Malicious Clamours, and Slanderous
Aspersions. By John Alexander, Preacher of the Gospel.
London: Printed for Dorman Newman, at the Sign of the
King's Arms, in the Poultry.

4to. 1680. 821
The following Preamble is prefixed to this book, viz, :-

“ My Lord Bishop of Edinburgh having appointed me to
review and examine a Book Compiled by Mr. John
Alexander, &c., by John Hamilton, dated, Leith, October
16, 1679.”


KEITH, George, of Aberdeen, and other places, see my Catalogue of

Friends' Books, vol. 2, p. 18.
Truth's Defence: or, the Pretended EXAMINATION, by John

Alexander, of Leith, of the Principles of those (call'd
QUAKERS) Falsly termed by him, Jesuitico-Quakerism, Re-
Examined and Confuted. Together with some Animadversions
on the Dedication of his Book to Sir Robert Clayton, then
Maior of London. By G. K.
London: Printed for Benjamin Clark in George-Yard in
Lombard Street, Bookseller.

Small 8vo. 1682. 16
ALLEN, James, of Boston, New England. One of the Ministers

An ANSWER to George Keith’s LIBEL, &c. (Epis. by James
Allen, Increase Mather, and others.)

Boston: (New England) Printed, &c. Small 8vo. 1694.


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ALLEN, James,-continued.
KEITH, George

The Pretended ANTIDOTE proved Poyson,-in answer to James
Allen, Joshua Moodey, Samuel Willard, and Cotton Mather.
Philadelphia, Printed by Will. Bradford .

8vo, 1690. 14 ALLEN, William, “an ancient citizen (of London) and a

studious Man all his days, in his young time fell into
the Errors of Independency; and after that into Ana-
baptism; yet his After-Studies and great Experience
returned to the Communion of the Parochial Churches ;
and in 1659 wrote his Recantation of Separation."
NOTE.—This account of him was written by one Lamb, an

Anabaptist and Friend of his, and is to be found in the

Preface to his Works.
The Danger of ENTHUSIASM Discovered, in an EPISTLE to
the QUAKERS: in which 'tis Endeavoured, to convince
them of being guilty of Changing God's Method of
bringing men to Salvation. By one who is no more an
Enemy to their Opinions, than their opinions are
Enemies to them themselves.
London, Printed by J. D., for Brabazon Aylmer, at the
Three-Pigeons in Cornhil.

Small 8vo. 1674. 81
The same, with a new Title page only, viz. :-
The Grand Errour of the QUAKERS Detected and Confuted.

Shewing how they contradict God's method of directing
men to Salvation by following that Light within which
comes by outward Teaching, by their directing them to
seek it by following that Light within which is wrought
without external teaching by the Scriptures or by men.
WHEREIN Those things are considered likewise, which
have betrayed them into delusion. By W. A.
Rom. 10. 14, 17. How shall they believe in him of whom they

have not heard? And how shall they hear without a

Preacher ? So then Faith cometh by hearing.
London, Printed for Walter Kettilby at the Bishops-Head
in St. Paul's Church-Yard

Small 8vo. 1680.
Reprinted in his Works, p. 569.
WHITEHEAD, George, of Orton in Westmoreland, last of London.

ENTHUSIASM above ATHEISM : or, Divine Inspiration, and Im

mediate Illumination [by God Himself] Asserted. And the
Children of Light vindicated : In answer to a Book, entituled
The Danger of Enthusiasm Discovered. By George White-
head. (With "A Postscript,” by another hand.)

Small 8vo. Printed in the Year, 1674.5.
The WORKS of Mr. WILLIAM ALLEN, Consisting of

Thirteen Distinct Tracts on several Subjects. With a
Sermon Preach'd at his Funeral by Bishop Kidder ; A



ALLEN, William,—continued.

large Index of Texts of Scripture explain'd; and an
Alphabetical Table of the Principal Matters contain'd in
the Whole. To which is Prefix'd A Preface, concerning
the Author and his Writings, by John Lord, Bishop of
London: Printed by W. B. for Walter Kettilby, Richard

Wilkin, and William Hawes ; and are to be sold at the

King's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard.
(British Museum, 3752. e.)

Folio. 1707. 195
A SERMON Preach'd at the Funeral of Mr. William Allen,
August 17, 1686. By Richard Kidder, Rector of St.

Martin Outwich, London.


Poor ROBIN. 1677. Or, A YEA-AND-NAY-ALMANACK for the

People called by the Men of the World QUAKERS contain-

ing Many Needful and Necessary Observations, from the

first day of the First Month, till the last day of the

Twelfth Month. Being Amongst the Brotherhood and

the Sisterhood the Leaping-Year, notwithstanding the

Twelfth month have but xxviii. days in it. Calculated

For the Meridian of the BULL and Mouth within Alders-

gate, and may indifferently serve for any other Meeting-

house either in Wales or England. Given forth by POOR

ROBIN, a Friend to the Light.

From WESTMINSTER : Printed by GEORGE LARKIN for the

Assigns of John SEYMOUR, Esq., by Authority from the

King's Most Excellent Majesty

Small 8vo. 1677. 23

1678. A YEA and NAY ALMANACK. For the people call’d by

the men of the World QUAKERS. Containing Many

needful and necessary observations from the first day of

the first Month, till the last day of the twelfth Month.

Being A great year for procreation, notwithstanding it is

the second after the Leaping Year. CALCULATED for the

Meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and

may indifferently serve for any other Meeting-house

either in Wales or England. By H. N.

London, Printed for the Company of Stationers.

(In the Bodleian Library at Oxford.)

Small 8vo. 1678. 3

1679. A YEA and Nay ALMANACK. For the people callid

by the men of the World QUAKERS. Containing Many

needful and necessary observations from the first day of

the first Month, till the first day of the twelfth Month.

Being the third after the Bissextile or the Leaping Year.

London : Printed for the Company of Stationers.

(In the Bodleian Library at Oxford.)

Small 8vo. 1679. 2


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