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I. P, Isaac Penington
P, Isaac Penington
Pennington, Isaack (de Jonger)
Bevan, Joseph Gurney (1753-1814)
Claus, Jacob (Amsterdam)
Hess, M. Whitcomb (1893-)
Hess, Mary Whitcomb (1893-)
Leach, Robert J.
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Penington, Alderman (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Penington, Mary (1625-82; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
Snell, Beatrice Saxon
Society of Friends Affiliation (see also from)
Wijnbrugge, Pieter van (Rotterdam)
answer to that common objection against the Quakers, that they condemn all but themselves, An : with a loving and faithful advertisement to the nation and powers thereof
Babylon the great described : The city of confusion ...
Concerning persecution : which is, the afflicting or punishing that which is good, under the pretence of its being evil ... : with a brief account of that supposed stubbornes, which by many is objected against the people called Quakers ...
Concerning the dispensation of the Gospel, or, The dispensation of the Son in spirit, which is the last dispensation whereby the mystery of God, the mystery of the work of redemption, is finished in the heart, all created anew inwardly ...
Concerning the rule of the new-covenant, or, That which God hath appointed to be the rule to the children of the new-covenant
Concerning the sum or substance of our religion. - 
Concerning the times and seasons, both which have been and which are yet to be
Concerning the worship. - 
Dear Friends, whom I love in the Lord and whose prosperity and growth in the truth I greatly desire, this sense is on my heart in reference to you at this time
Den wegh des levens ende des doots, 1675:
Den wegh des levens, ende des doots; : waer in alle menschen, door krachtige redenen, de menigerley wegen des doots; en daer en tegen het eene padt des levens klaerlĳk worden aengewesen, en voorgestelt. Bestaende in eenige stellingen aengaende den afval, die in, en 't zedert den tĳdt der Apostelen, van den Geest en het ware leven Christi ingebroken is ...
Den wegh des levens ende doots, openbaer gemaeckt ende voor de menschen geset. ...
doctrine of the people called Quakers, in relation to bearing arms and fighting; extracted from the works of a learned, and approved, writer of that persuasion, The
epistle to all serious professors of the Christian religion wherein a brief touch of my knowledge, sense, belief and experience concerning the God-head ..., An
For Friends of our meeting and thereabouts
fundamental right, safety and liberty of the people., The
great question concerning the lawfulnes or unlawfulnes of swearing under the Gospel, stated, and considered of ..., The
inward journey of Isaac Penington; an abbreviation of Penington's works, The
Letters of Isaac Penington, written to his relations and friends, now first published from manuscript copies. To which are added letters of Stephen Crisp, William Penn, R. Barclay, William Caton, Josiah Coale, and others. Now first published
Life and immortality brought to light through the Gospel being a true discovery of the nature and ground of the religion and kingdom of Christ, in several weighty queries propounded, and other serious matters treated of, highly importing the eternal salvation of souls
Memoirs of the life of Isaac Penington
month with Isaac Penington: an anthology of daily readings, A
name is living; the life and teachings of Isaac Penington, The
new-covenant of the Gospel distinguished from the old covenant of the law, The : and the rest or sabbath of believers, from the rest or sabbath of the Jews ... : in answer to some queries of W. Salters, tending to enforce upon Christians the observation of the Jewish sabbath ...
question answered concerning reading the scriptures aright, A
question to the professors of Christianity. -, A
reply to an answer of some queries given forth by me, I.P., concerning the Gospel baptism with answers to some other queries return'd in a paper subscribed N.B., A
root of popery struck at, The : and the true ancient apostolick foundation discovered, in some propositions to the papists, concerning fallibility and infallibility ...
scattered sheep sought after. -, The
seed of God and of his kingdom treated and testified of according to the scriptures of truth and according to true experience felt in the heart from the God of truth, The
Select pieces on religious subjects : first published about the middle of the last century
Severall fresh, inward openings, (concerning severall things) which the day will declare of what nature they are, to which judgment they appeal for justice, being contented either to stand or fall by it, and being likewise ready to kiss that condemnation, which they are likely to meet with in the meantime, from all sorts of men, whom they finde ready to deal hardly with them.
Some considerations propounded to the Jewes.
Some experiences which it hath pleased the Lord to give me concerning his way, his truth, his church and people, against whom the gates of Hell cannot prevail
Some few queries and considerations proposed to the Cavaliers, being of weighty importance to them.
Some queries concerning compulsion in religion
Some queries concerning the work of God. -
Somewhat relating to church-government wherein the necessity, usefulness, and blessed effects of the true church-government, is here and there hinted at ... as also remarks upon some passages in a late book, entituled, Anti-christ's transformations within, discovered by the light within ... to which is added, some mis-representations of me concerning church-government cleared ...
To diligent and faithful Friends in and about the two Chalfonts
To Friends in truth in and about the two Chalfonts
To the Parliament, the Army, and all the wel-affected in the nation, who have been faithful to the good old cause.
touchstone or tryall of faith, 1648., A
treatise concerning God's teachings and Christ's law with some other things of weighty importance, particulary mentioned after the preface, A
way of life and death made manifest. Dutch, The
works of the long-mournful and sorely-distressed Isaac Penington, The