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with his answer to eight Articles exhibited against him ; being
sent in a Letter from Kellet to some friends in Yorkshire. Also,
Certain Queries npon a Petition lately presented to the Parlia-
ment from divers Gentlemen and others in Worcestershire ;
necessary to be answered by the Petitioners who are said to be
6000 in number. London: Printed for Giles Calvert, Black
Spread Eagle, at the West End of Pauls,
4to. 1653 3
Ditto, another edition, different.
An Exhortation to the Magistrates. Thomas Aldam, by the
dark world called a Quaker. Inserted at page 29 of R. Farns-
worth's “ General good to all People, &c.”
4to. 1653 } A Letter to his Wife Mary Aldam, &c., at the end of R.F.'s “God's Covenanting with his People,” &c.
See also Thomas Adams.
The searching out the deceit, and bringing the Deceiver's Words
and Actions to the Light, to be proved and tryed with the Light,
which is just, judging and condemning that which is acted or
spoken contrary to the Light. 4to. Printed in the Yeer, 1655 1
Account of Thomas Aldam in “ Piety Promoted,” Part 2.
Life of Thomas Aldam, &c. in “ Biographical Notices of Mem-
bers of the Society of Friends, by Henry Tuke.” Vol.2, page 59.
12mo. York, 1815
Reprinted, see H. Tuke.
Memoirs of Thos. Aldam, in Vol.11 of “ The Friends' Library,"
8vo. Philadelphia, 1847 He died in the 4th month, 1660. ALDAM, Thomas, his Son, of Warnsworth, in Yorkshire, where he
built a Meeting House, and inclosed a burying place.
A Short Testimony concerning that faithful servant of the Lord,
Thomas Aldam, of Warnsworth, in the County of York; who
in patience and tribulation was a follower of the Lamb, finished
his course in the Truth, and departed this Life in the 4th Month,
in the year 1660. Something also concerning Mary his wife ;
and also concerning Margaret Kellam, and Joan Kellam, his
two sisters. With a few words in exhortation to such as are
the Children of believing Parents, or are more lately com'd to
be convinced of the Truth. Given forth in the sense of the
great love of God, which hath visited his people, in this our
Age and Day. By Thomas Aldam, Son to the above said
Thomas Aldam. London : Printed for Thomas Northcott,
in George Yard, in Lumbard Street.
4to. 1690 2 N.B. On the Back of the Title is G. F.'s (George Fox's) Testimony
ALDERSON, John, (Son of Ralph and Alice) of Ravenstonedale,
Some useful Observations and Advices taken from the mouth of
John Alderson, deceased: with a short account of him, during
the Time of his last illness. To which is added, a Testimony
from the Monthly Meeting of Sedbergh, in Westmorland,
concerning him. London : Printed by Luke Hinde, at the
Bible, in George Yard, Lombard Street.
8vo 1765 2 Reprinted. - A New Edition. London : Printed and sold by
William Phillips. George Yard, Lombard Street. 12mo. 1812 15
Account of him in “Piety Promoted,” part 8.
He died at the house of Thomas Jackson, in London, (whilst on a religi-
ous visit to Friends in the Southern parts of this nation), the 26th
of the 4th month, 1764, and was interred on the 30th of the same,
in Friends’ Burial Ground, Bunhill Fields ; after a large and solemn
meeting held at Devonshire House for that purpose. He was aged
near 43, and a Minister about 12 years.
ALDERSON, Alice, Wife of Ralph Alderson, of Ravenstonedale, West-
moreland, a Minister, she travelled, and visited America, Scot
land and Ireland. Account of her in “ Piety Promoted,” Part 8. She died the 15th of the 8th
Month, 1766, aged 88, a Minister 60 years, buried at Ravenstonedale. *ALDRIDGE, Susanna, of Berkshire ? Abominations in Jerusalem discovered.
4to. 1685 Unsound. Replied to by Mary Ellwood and Margery Clipson. ALEXANDER, Ann, Daughter of Wm. and Esther Tuke, and Wife
of William Alexander, of York.
An Address to the Inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina.
Philadelphia: Printed by Kimber, Conrad & Co
.. 8vo. 1805
Written at Philadelphia, 3rd month 1st, 1805.
Remarks on the Theatre, and on the late Fire at Richmond, in
York: Printed by Thomas Wilson and Son, for the Author,
and sold by William Alexander, York; also by Darton, Har-
rey and Darton, Gracechurch Street, and William Phillips,
London ; and by M.M. and E. Webb, Caster Street, Bristol.
8vo. 1812 2
Reprinted. — 2nd edition.-York: Printed for W. Alexander,
and Sold by him ; Sold also by Darton, Harvey and Darton :
William Phillips ; and Longman and Co., London ; also by
M.M. and E. Webb, Bristol
12ino. 1814.1 Anonymous. Facts relative to the state of Children who are employed by Chimney Sweepers, as Climbing Boys; with observations and outlines of a plan for the amelioration of their condition. York: Printed for W. Alexander, and Sold by him ; sold also by Darton, Harvey, and Co., W. Phillips, and W. Darton, Jun., London.
12mo. 1817. 2 sheets or 46 pages Reprinted. The 2nd edition.— York: Printed for W. Alexander, Castlegate, sold by Darton, Harvey and Co., W. Phillips, and W. Darton, Jun., London
- A Selection of Hymns, designed principally for the use of Pri-
By the Author of " Facts, &c. respecting Climbing
Boys." York: Printed for W. Alexander, sold also by Darton,
Harvey and Co., Baldwin and Co., W. Phillips; and W. Dar-
ton, Jun., London ; M. M. and E. Webb, Bristol : and by
James Robertson, Edinburgh.
12mo. 1819 33
A Supposed Dialogue between a Member of the Religious Society
of Friends and another Religious Professor, who had been at
one of their Publick Meetings for Worship, which had been
held in Silence. Printed by Hargrore, Gauthorp, and Cobb,
Herald Office, York, for William Alexander, (about 1819)
Small 8vo. No Date. ) Warrior and Pacificus; or, Dialogues on War. By the Author
of “ Remarks on the Theatre, &c. York: Printed for William Alexander; sold also by Darton, Harvey and Co., W. Phillips, W. Darton, Jun., London; James Robertson, Edinburgh; and by Christopher Bentham, Dublin. (Anonymous.) 12mo. 18192 Appeal on behalf of Climbing Boys, Two Disasters. The Planter. (Anonymous.)
12mo. York, No Date. } The Woman of Samaria. London: C. Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without. (Anonymous.)
12mo. 1846 Re-printed, entitled, “The Woman of Samaria, with some
remarks in reference to the Seventh Commandment.” 12mo. 1846 Soon after the decease of her husband in 1841, Ann Alexander removed
to Ipswich, where she died the 19th of 9th month, 1849, aged 82
years. In “ The Annual Monitor for 1850,” page 124, (of which
she appears to have been the originator) there is an interesting me-
moir of her; the earlier numbers of that Annual contain several of
her contributions. See “ANNUAL MONITOR."
ALEXANDER, Ann, Daughter of William Dillwyn of Walthamstow,
and Wife of Richard Dykes Alexander, of Ipswich.
Fruits and Flowers.
The Wheatsheaf; chiefly composed of gleanings from pious
Authors. 3rd edition. enlarged. London: Printed for Darton
and Harvey, Gracechurch Street; and Hatchard and Son,
24mo. 1836 3 The Garden. The Shrubbery.
The 4 above reprinted in 1 vol., entitled "Gleanings from
Pious Authors: comprising The Wheatsheaf. Fruits and
Flowers, Garden, and Shrubbery. A new edition with a
Brief notice of the former publications of these volumes,
by James Montgomery
Foolscap, 8vo. 1846 432 pages.
Reprinted. A new edition. London: John Darton and Co.
Holborn Hill; W. and F. G. Cash, Bishopsgate Street,
Ipswich; J.M. Burton and Co.
ALEXANDER, Ann, of Ipswich, - continued.
Hints for a Sick Chamber. Ipswich : Printed and Sold by S.H.
Cowell, Old Butter Market : sold also by Edmund Fry, Bishops-
gate Street, London.
12mo. 1838 }
Gathered fragments: briefly illustrative of the Life of George
Dillwyn. (Edited by her.) See “ GEORGE DILLWYN." 8vo. 1858 33
All the above, are Anonymous.
ALEXANDER, Catherine, of Stoke Newington, near London, and
- Extracts of letters lately received from the West Indies, in regard
to education and the Cholera.
Folio, 1851 15
ALEXANDER, Edward, (Son of Samuel and Deborah Alexander,)
of Limerick, in Ireland.
To the Inhabitants of this City, (Limerick)
4to. 1831 1
A large Broadside with these words. “Repent. The Cholera,
with which we have been lately visited, is but as a drop fallen
out of the cup of the Lord's just indignation for our manifold
sins,—more of whose Righteous Judgments we may expect will
be poured forth upon us, unless we Repent.” Edward Alexander.
Limerick, 23rd of 5th Month, 1833. R.D.Webb, Printer, Dublin.
- Cholera. Observe! on some days this judgment is not so severe
as on others. Printed at Canter's Paper and Account Book
Warehouse, 12, Francis Street, Limerick.
Folio, No Date.
A Testimony of the Monthly Meeting of Limerick, concerning
Edward Alexander, deceased. Printed by direction of the
Yearly Meeting of Friends, held in Dublin, 1837.
Dublin : Richard D. Webb, Great Brunswick Street. 8vo. 1837 11
- A Memoir of Edward Alexander, with a Testimony from the
Monthly Meeting of Limerick, and extracts from his diary.
London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Without; Dublin:
J.B. Gilpin, 59, Dame Street.
Foolscap, 8vo. 1849 7
He died the 6th and was interred on the 9th of the 10th Month, 1836, in
Friends' Burial Ground, at Limerick. Aged about 49, a Minister
about 5 years.
ALEXANDER, George William, of London, and Stoke Newington,
but now residing at Reigale, in Surrey.
Some observations on the concluding portion of an article in the
Edinburgh Review, on the Grounds and objects of the Budget;
in a letter to the Editor of the Morning Chronicle. By G. W.
Alexander. London: Smith, Elder and Co. 65, Cornhill. 1841
Letters on the Slave Trade, Slavery, and Emancipation ; with
a reply to objections made to the liberation of the Slaves
in the Spanish Colonies ; addressed to Friends on the Conti-
nent of Europe, during a visit to Spain and Portugal.
London : Charles Gilpin, 5, Bishopsgate Street, Duncan
and Malcolm, 37, Paternoster Row. Foolscap 8vo. 1842 12
ALEXANDER, George William,~continued.
Letter addressed to Edward Smith, of Sheffield, on the intro-
duction of Slave grown sugar into the British Market Folio, 1844 }
Liberté immédiate et absolue, ou Esclavage. Observations sur
lé Rapport de M. Le duc De Broglie, Président de la Com-
mission instituée par décision Royale du 26 mai 1840, pour
l'examen des questions relatives à l'Esclavage et à la Constitu-
tion politique des colonies françaises ; adressées a Tous les
Français Amis de la Liberté et de l'humanité. Par Geo. W.
Alexander et John Scoble, de Londres Paris : Librairie de
Firmin Didot Freres, imprimeurs de l'institut, Rue Jacob, 56.
N.B.-John Scoble, not a Friend.
8vo. 1844 33
ALEXANDER, Mary, of Needham Market, Suffolk.
Some account of the Life and Religious Experience of Mary
Alexander, late of Needham Market. (Edited by her
brother, W. A.) York : Printed by C. Peacock, for W.
Alexander, and sold by him ; also by W. Phillips, George
Yard, Lombard Street, and Darton, Harvey, and Darton,
No. 55, Gracechurch Street, London
12mo. 1811 13
Reprinted, in vol. 13 of "The Friends' Library," Philadelphia, 1849
There is inserted “A short Testimony from Woodbridge Monthly
Meeting, concerning her Mother Martha Alexander,” who died
the 18th of 9th Month, 1775, also some mention of Sarah Harrison
and Elizabeth Coggeshall, from America.
She died the 4th of the 12th Month, 1809, aged about 50, a Minister
about 21 years. Her remains were interred at Worcester, on the
7th the same Month.
ALEXANDER, Richard Dykes, Son of Dykes Alexander, of Ipswich,
Observations on the Subject of War, (By Pacificator). 8vo. 1817
Ipswich Reading Lessons, selected from the Scriptures only.
Folio, about 1820
Reprinted, the 2nd edition enlarged.
The Speech of a Layman at a late Anniversary Meeting of a
Bible Association in the County of Suffolk.
8vo. 1826 $
And others. An Address to the Society of Friends on the
8vo. London, 1840
A Catalogue of Ipswich Temperance publications.
Ipswich, Printed, 12mo. 3
This contains the titles of about 300 tracts, several of which are by
R. D. Alexander.
Testimonial to the truthfulness of “ A Memoir of John Jacques
Steel, by Philip Dickerson,” prefixed to the 2nd edition. 18mo. 1854
Prospectus of " Ipswich series of Friends' Tracts.” 12mo. 1856 2
No. 10. War inconsistent with Christianity, by R.D.A. 12mo. 1856.