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FRIENDS' BO O KS,
A.J. See JOHN ANDERDON.
Friend in London ; and upon a Relation of some Norfolk Clergy,
4to. 1699 1 London, Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster.
A copy in the Library of Wandsworth Meeting. + ABBOT, Abigail (alias Smith), of Moeg, near Charleville, Ireland, — A Paper of Condemnation, inserted in “Rutty's History of Friends in Ireland.”
4to. 1751 1 Reprinted. See John Rutty. She died in the year 1717. ABBOTT, Ann, of Ives, Huntingdonshire, Wife of John Abbott.
An Account of Ann Abbott, written by herself, and found after
1839 ABBOTT, John, of Ives, Huntingdonshire.
To Farmers and Graziers, or those whom it may particularly
A Testimony against the false Teachers of this Generation. By
She died of a consumption the 1st of 2nd month, 1669.
Chronicle. George M'Kern and Sons, Printers, George Street, Limerick. Fol.  ? Vol. I.
The Turkish Bath an Antidote for the Cravings of the Drunkard.
R.D.Webb,Printer,177, Great Brunswick Street, Dublin. 8vo. (1859] ! The Death bed of T. Paine. (From “The Annual Monitor" of 1817)
Guy f. Co., Printers.
12mo. (1860] He died at Cork, 15th of 8th mo., 1861, aged 71 years. ABELL, Joshua, of Dublin, Secretary of the Hibernian Peace Society.
Address on the Establishment of a Peace Society in Ireland. (In
Reprinted in “The Herald of Peace," Vol. 3, New Series, p. 203.
Meeting of the Hibernian Peace So-
Peace Society, with a Letter to Dr. Doyle, dated “82, Dame
8vo. 1826 3
8vo. 1828 £ He died 3rd of 2nd month, 1846, aged 50 years. ABELL, Richard, of Cork, Ireland. -9 Deceit made manifest, or the hipocrit hireling and false profet
found out in ye height of profession; his garment stript of, and
4to. Printed in the yeare, 1659 3.} This pamphlet consists of queries on religious subjects and letters requesting scriptural answers to those queries, addressed to Wm. Fox, a Baptist Teacher, and Chaplain to one of the Regiments of Oliver Cromwell's Army, to which the Author belonged at the time of his convincement of Friends' Principles; they were written at the forts of Bantry and Crookhaven in the County of Cork; and as W. Fox did not answer them, R. Abell then addressed this book to
the Baptists, and included the queries, &c. before-mentioned. Richard Abell is supposed to have died about 1690, as there is a record
in very old-fashioned writing as follows, “Richd Abell, of County
of Clare, died 22nd of 7th mo. 1690, and was buried in Limerick. ABORIGINES Publications of the Meeting for Sufferings.
ACCOUNTS of the Times and Places for holding the Meetings for
Worship and Discipline in Great Britain, Ireland, and Ame-
See PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS.
1726 Query,—whether printed ? ADAMS, John, of Yorkshire.
An Account of some remarkable visions and passages of John
1841 ADAMS, John Till, M.D., of Bristol. -| An Elegy: sacred to the Memory of that Patron of virtue, the
truly admired and pious John Till Adams, M.D., of Bristol,
Mills, in Wine-street; A. Browne and Son, Tolzey; W.
With a Frontispiece. 8vo. 1786
1786 ADAMS, M. - A Warning to the Inhabitants of England, and London in parti
cular: for so it rise often in my heart to write, even a Warning,
4to. Printed in the year, 1676 1 ADAMS, Simon, Prisoner at Colchester.
Concerning the observation of the First Day to be kept above any
their Lusts in Pride and Idleness. 4to. No Printer's name or place.1663 1 ADAMS, Thomas, Prisoner at York Castle.
An Exhortation to all People that have a desire to know the
4to. 1653 and 1656
A CATALOGUE OF
|| ADAMSON, M. (An assumed name.)
A Friendly Epistle to Neighbour John Taylor, of the City of
8vo. 1757 25
and expect it rather is “adverse." ADAMSON, William, of Liverpool, Lancashire.
An Answer to a Book Titled "Quaker's Principles Quaking,"
London : Printed for Giles Calvert, and are to be sold at his
shop at the Black-Spread Eagle, near the West end of Pauls. 4to.1656 43 ADAMSON, William. Part by Leonard Addison and others.
The persecution of them people they call Quakers in Lanca-
4to. No Date. 2
Reprinted, 4to. 1656 2
of 4th month, 1686.
See LEONARD FELL and WILLIAM ADAMSON, as above.
The Final audit : or, Day of Retribution. A Poem. London:
Printed for the Editor by J. Fry and Co. Letter Founders, and
12mo. 1777 11
of the Old and Testaments, illustrated in the Fulfilment of
8vo. 1807 228
ADY, John, of London, continued.
An Exordium to the reading of the Sacred Writings of the Old
Fry, Printer, 78, Sun Street, Bishopsgate, (London) 8vo. about 1807 1
22nd of the same mo., in Friends’ Burial-ground, Bunhill Fields. A.J. Joseph ADY, of Southwark, London.
Sermons of several of the People called Quakers, taken in short
Maker, over against the South Sea House; and ai Joseph
Ady's, in Marshall Street, the Bank-side, Southwark, 8vo. 1738 7}
church Street Meeting, the 29th January, 1737.
the 26th day of February, 1737.
Street Meeting, about the 8th month, 1737.
17th, 1738, with her Prayer after Sermon.
names of the individuals. The 1st, 3rd, and 5th, are reprinted in
See “ SERMONS."
To Her most Gracious Majesty the Queen. The Humble Petition
Burial Ground, Whitechapel, aged 77 years.
A Memoir of Henry Gurney Aggs, Printed for private circulation.
No. 6, New Series for 1848. Also a work called “Youthful Pilgrims,”
of 12th month, 1846, aged 19 years
4to. 1652 } And others. False Prophets and false Teachers described.
(Signed at the end by Thomas Aldam, Elizabeth Hooton, William
under George Fox's name, which I believe is an error.