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Author of the late Considerations
Christian and civil society. First printed in the year MDCLXXIII. By W. Penn, With
Considerations, Author of the late
Friend to liberty for liberties sake
Friend to righteousness and peace
Gentleman in the city
Gentleman in the country
One who cordially imbraces whatsoever there is of tru religion in al professions ..
P, William Penn
Penn, William (English-American religious leader, 1644-1718)
Vrind van vryheyd, om vryheyds wille een
W. P, William Penn
Manuscript language material
American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Claus, Jacob (Amsterdam)
England and Wales. Court of Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery (London and Middlesex)
Fell, Margaret (1614-1702)
Fox, George (1624-1691)
freame margaret penn
Maes van Avenrode, Petrus vander (1667-1741)
Mead, William (1628-1713)
Murphy, Andrew R. (1967-)
Nederlandse Vereniging voor Radiodiagnostiek
Pennsylvania Governor (1699-1701 : Penn) (see also from)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Séwel, Willem (1654-1720)
account of William Penn's travels in Holland and Germany, anno M.DC.LXXVII. For the service of the Gospel of Christ: by way of journal. Containing also divers letters and epistles writ to several great and eminent persons whilst there., An
Address to protestants upon the present conjuncture... by a protestant, William Penn, An
Argumentum ad hominem being an extract from a piece intitled, England's present interest considered, with honour to the prince, and safety to the people. In answer to this one question: What is most fit, easy and safe at this juncture of affairs to be done, for quieting o differences, allaying the heat of contrary interests, and making them subservient to the interest of the government, and consistent with the prosperity of the kindom? [sic] By William Penn, founder of the province of Pennsylvania. To which are added, some extracts from the writings of divers authors, more particularly recommended to the notice of the people called Quakers.
Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin. The Journal of John Woolman. Fruits of solitude, The
Brief aan den koning van Poolen.
brief account of the rise and progress of the people, call'd Quakers ..., A
Brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers... by W. Penn, A
Brief examination and state of liberty spiritual both with respect to persons in their private capacity and in their church society... Willam Penn..., A
Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony stated & vindicated, from scripture, reason and authority. Against the injurious attempts that have been lately made by several adversaries, with manifest design to render him odiously inconsistent with Christian and civil society. First printed in the year MDCLXXIII. By W. Penn, 1699:, The
collection of the works of William Penn., A : In two volumes. To which is prefixed a journal of his life. With many original letters and papers not before published.
comprehensive discourse of the faith and practice of a true Christian Formerly writ by way of preface, concerning that eminent author, Robert Barclay, and his memorable writings. By William Penn. Now reprinted for a more general service., A
Continued cry of the oppressed for justice, being a farther account of the... cruel proceedings... against the... Quakers... by the author of "England's present interest", etc. [William Penn], The
Copye van een missive vyt Londen [...]. Aen bvrgermeesteren en raadt der stad Embden.
Copye van een missive vyt Londen [...]. Aen bvrgermeesteren en raadt der stadt Embden.
Correspondence between William Penn and James Logan, Secretary of the Province of Pennsylvania, and others, 1700-1750 : from the original letters in possession of the Logan family
Englands great interest in the choice of this new Parliament, 1679:
Epistola consulibus nec non senatui [...] Embdensis. Dutch
Essai d'un projet pour rendre la paix de l'Europe solide et durable (1693?) : fac-similé de l'exemplaive unique dans la Bibliothèque de l'Institut Nobel Norvégien à Oslo
essay towards the present and future peace of Europe, by the establishment of an European Dyet, Parliament or estates, An
Evangelische waarheden, voorgestaan en geleerd, by die christenen, welke quakers worden genaamd.
Extracts from divers ancient testimonies of friends and others, corresponding with the doctrines of christianity ..
frame of the government of the province of Pennsilvania. -, The
Fruits de la solitude, ou Reflexions et maximes sur la maniere de se conduire dans le cours de la vie. Par Guillaume Penn. Nouvellement traduit de l'anglois par Edd. P. Bridel
Fruits of a father's love Being the advice of William Penn to his children, relating to their civil and religious conduct. Written occasionally many years ago, and now made publick for a general good. By a lover of his memory. He being dead yet speaketh.
Fruits of a fathers love, being the advice of William Penn to his children, relating to their civil and religious conduct
fruits of solitude and other writings, The
Fruits of solitude, in reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life. By William Penn
Goede raad aan de kerke van Engeland [...] waar in men tracht te doen blyken, dat het hunne plicht [...] medebrengt, om de penale wetten, en de tests te vernietigen.
Good advice to the Church of England. Dutch
Gospel-truths, held by the people called Quakers. Dutch
great question to be considered by the King, and this approaching Parliament ... 1679:, The
groote en gemeene objectie tegen het afschaffen der penale wetten en Tests, in 't kort neergesteld en overwoogen; 't welk dienen mag tot een antwoord op verscheydene schriften onlangs over die stoffe uytgekomen., De
Histoire abrégée de l'origine et de la formation de la société dite des Quakers, : ou sont exposés clairement leur principe fondamental, leur doctrine, leur culte, leur ministere, et leur discipline ...
Information and direction to such persons as are inclined to America. Dutch
Innocency with her open face presented by way of apology for the book entituled "The Sandy foundation shaken"... by W. P. j. [William Penn]
Journal of his travels in Holland and Germany in 1677
journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings, Christian experiences, and labour of love, in the work of the ministry, of that ancient, eminent, and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, George Fox., A
Letter from William Penn
letter to Mr. Penn with his answer, A
[Life of Sir Bulstrode Whitlocke, The
memoir on the history of the celebrated treaty made by William Penn with the Indians under the elm tree at Shackamaxon, in the year 1682., A
Missive van William Penn, eygenaar en gouverneur van Pennsylvania [...] aan de commissarissen van de vrye societeyt der handelaars op deselve provintie, binnen London residerende.
My Irish journal, 1669-1670.
No cross, no crown, a discourse shewing nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ... by William Penn... The 2d edition...
No cross, no crown a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing of Christ's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kindgom of God. To which are added, the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favour of this treatise. In two parts. By William Penn. [Four lines of Scripture texts].
No cross, no crown : a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ, and that the denial of self and daily bearing of Christ's cross is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God : to which are added the living and dying testimonies of many persons of fame and learning, both of ancient and modern times, in favour of this treatise
No cross, no crown., A discourse showing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ; and that the denial of self, and daily bearing of Christ's cross, is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God.
papers of William Penn, The
peoples ancient and just liberties asserted, in the tryal of William Penn, and William Mead, at the sessions held at the Old-Baily in London, the first, third, fourth and fifth of Sept. 70. against the most arbitrary procedure of that court., The
Peoples antient and just liberties asserted in the tryal of William Penn and William Mead..., The
Piety promoted: ou La pieté promuë, ou avancée: contenant un recueil des derniéres heures de plusieurs de ceux qu'on apelle les Quakers, qui veut dire les Trembleurs. : Avec une exhortation préfixe, tirée des ecrits de Guillaume Penn ... ; Traduits de l'anglois par Claude Gay.
Point de croix, point de couronne
political writings of William Penn, The
Predikatie gedaan door William Penn. In London. Op het afsterven van zeker persoon.
Primitive Christianity revived, in the faith and practice of the people called Quakers.
Publications of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Quaker's letter Or, A friendly epistle, from William Penn, in the shades of elysium. To Michael Slrvetus, M.D., The
rise and progress of the people called Quakers., The
Sans croix point de couronne
select works of William Penn., The
Send-Brieff An Die Bürgermeister und Rath der Stadt Danzjg
sermon preached upon the occasion of the death of mrs. Rebecca Travers. Dutch
short abstract of the treatise of oaths., A
Som [sic] free reflections upon occasion of the public discourse about liberty of conscience ... 1687:
Some account of the Province of Pennsilvania in America; lately granted under the great seal of England to William Penn, etc. : together with priviledges and powers necessary to the well-governing thereoff. : made publick for the information of such as are or may be disposed to transport themselves or servants into those parts.
Some fruits of solitude, in reflections and maxims relating to the conduct of human life. In two parts
Tender counsel and advice, by way of epistle : to all those who are sensible of their day of visitation, and who have received the call of the Lord : by the light and spirit of His Son in their hearts, to partake of the great salvation, where-ever scattered throughout the world : faith, hope, and charity, which overcome the world, be multiplied among you
testimony concerning Samuel Fisher
testimony to the truth of God as held by the people, called Quakers., A
Trial of William Penn, founder of Pensylvania, at the Old Bailey, London, before the Lord mayor, recorder, and aldermen, Sept. 1670.
Truth exalted. Dutch
Truth exalted, in a short, but sure, testimony against all those religions, faiths and worships that have been formed and followed in the darkness of apostacy ...
Truth exalted in a short but sure testimony... in the life and doctrine of the despised Quakers... by William Penn...
Urim and thummim ... 1674:
waarheyt ontdekt, en verhoogt: in een kort, maar echter zeker getuygenisse tegens al die soorten van religien [...], die in de duysternisse [...] sĳn opgerecht., De
William Penn on religion and ethics the emergence of liberal quakerism
William Penn - reformator i polityk : czas ideałów (1644-1681)
William Penn's journal of his travels in Holland and Germany in 1677, in the service of the gospel : containing several letters and addresses written while there to persons of eminence and quality.
William Penn's No cross, no crown;
William Penn's own account of the Lenni Lenape or Delaware indians
William Penns eigene beschreibung Pensylvaniä an seine freunde nacher Londen.
William Penns Völkerbundplan
Wisdom justified of her children, from the ignorance & calumny of H. Hallywell, in his book, called, An account of familism
witness of William Penn, The