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G. W, George Whitehead
W, George Whitehead
Whitehead, George ((Quaker leader))
writer of accompanying material
John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
Mead, William (1628-1713. [from old catalog])
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Séwel, Willem (1654-1720)
Tuke, Samuel (1784-1857)
Waldenfield, Samuel ([from old catalog])
Waldorp, Antoni (Amsterdam)
Wyeth, Joseph (1663-1731)
account of the convincement, exercises, services and travels, of that ancient servant of the Lord, Richard Davies with some relation of ancient Friends, and the spreading of truth in North-Wales, &c., An
accuser of our brethren cast down in righteous judgment against that spirit of hellish jealousie., The
Aditional postscript... to Robert Gordon, An
Anguis flagellatus: or, a switch for the snake. : Being an answer to the third and last edition of The snake in the grass ...
antidote against the venome of The snake in the grass: or, the book so stiled., An
appendix: being some sober and short animadversions upon certain passages in Tho. Hicks dialogue ..., An
authority of the true ministry, The
Beknópt vertoog van de christelyke leere des vólks genaamd Quakers, ...
brief epistle for unity and good order, among all Friends professing the blessed truth and recommended to their monthly and quarterly-meetings ..., A
case of the suffering people of God ... 1664, The
Christian progress of George Whitehead., The
Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities against injurious attempts that have been lately made by several adversaries... in II parts, the 1st more general, by William Penn, the 2nd more particular, by George Whitehead, The
Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities, against the injurious attempts, that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christianity and civil society, The : in II. parts
Due order of law and justice pleaded against irregular and arbitrary proceedings, in the case and late imprisonment of George Whitehead and Thomas Burr in the city and county goal of Norwich, from the 21st day of the 1st moneth, called March, 1679, to the 12th day of the 5th moneth, called July, 1680 ; being an impartial account of the most material passages (and letters to the magistrates) relating to the said proceedings with the prisoners abovesaid, wherein the people called Quakers are vindicated and cleared from popery. Published for information and caution, on the behalf of true Protestants...
Enthusiasm above atheism, or Divine inspiration and immediate illumination, by God himself asserted and the children of light vindicated, in answer to a book entituled "The Danger of enthusiasm discovered", by George Whitehead
epistle of true Christian love to all Friends called (or reputed) Quakers, who profess the true light ..., An
epistle to our Christian friends called Quakers in behalf of that faith which was once delivered to the saints of old ..., An
evangelical epistle to the people of God In Derision call'd Quakers. By their Antient Friend and Brother in Christ, George Whitehead., An
exact narrative of the proceedings at Turners-hall, An
gospel-Salutation in true Christian love Recommended to Friends, Who Believe in the Name of the Son of God, the True Light. And to All, who truly desire to be grounded and setled in the Faith of Christ. By his Servant, George Whitehead., A
gracious design of true Christianity and the Gospel of Christ, Pleaded and Vindicated, against Misconstruction and Perversion, according to Holy Scripture Testimony. Recommended to the Serious Meditation, and Consideration of saints and sinners. By an Antient Servant and Minister of Jesus Christ, George Whitehead., The
harmony of divine and heavenly doctrines;, The
he-goats horn broken, or, Innocency elevated against insolency & impudent falshood, The : in answer to two books against the people of God called Quakers : the one entitled, A fuller discovery ... the authors of which are John Horn, Thomas Moore senior, and Thomas Moore junior : and the other book is falsely called Truth's triumph by John Horn ...
In the Nicobar Islands
Judgement fired upon the accuser of our brethren and the real Christian Quaker vindicated.
Light and truth triumphant:
Memoirs of George Whitehead, a minister of the gospel in the Society of Friends : being the substance of the account of his life
Nature of christianity in the true light asserted, in opposition to antichristianism, darkness, confusion and sin-pleasing doctrines, being a looking-glass for sin-pleasing professors of all sorts, written upon particular occasion herein signified by... G. Whitehead, The
people call'd Quakers truly represented, and vindicated from some mistakes in the representation of the lower house of convocation., The
people called Quakers cleared by Geo. Keith, from the false doctrines, charged upon them by G. Keith, and his self-contradictions out of his books., The
Piety promoted by faithfulness manifested by several testimonies concerning that true servant of God, Ann Whitehead.
power of Christ vindicated, against the magick of apostacy:, The
Quakers no deceivers, or, The management of an unjust charge against them confuted, The : being a brief return to a pamphlet, intitled, The Quakers proved deceivers ... by John Horne ...
Real Quaker, a real Protestant, and the spirit of popery directly struck at, in answer to a most malicious and scandalous book entituled "The Papists younger brother" by a disguised author under the titles Misoplanes und Philalethes, but on the contrary proved Philoplanes, Misalethes. By... G. Whitehead, The
rector examined, about his book scandalously stiled, An antidote against the venom of Quakerism., The
seasonable caveat against the prevalency of Quakerism., A
serious apology for the principles & practices of the people call'd Quakers, against the malicious aspertions, erronious doctrines, and horrid blasphemies of Thomas Jenner and Timothy Taylor, in their book, entituled, Quakerism anotamiz'd [sic], and confuted ..., A
sober expostulation with some of the clergy, against thier pretended convert Francis Bugg, his repeated gross abuse of the people called Quakers, in his books and pamphlets;, A
This is an epistle for the remnant of friends ... 1665
Truth prevalent; and the Quakers discharged from the Norfolk-rectors' furious charge. In a sober answer to their book, falsly stiled, "The principles of the Quakers further shewn to be blasphemous and seditious": by these thus remarked authors, viz. Edward Beckham ... Henry Meriton ... Lancaster Topcliffe ... Upon due examination answered
Way of life and perfection livingly demonstrated in some serious animadversions, or Remarks and answers upon the book [by J. Humfrey] entituled "The Middle way of perfection, with indifferency between the Orthodox and the Quaker"... by George Whitehead, The