2 edition of 1680, A yea and nay almanack for the people call"d by the men of the world Quakers found in the catalog.
1680, A yea and nay almanack for the people call"d by the men of the world Quakers
|Other titles||A yea and nay almanack for the people|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 908:34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
A vindication of the people of God, called Quakers being an ansvver to a book, dedicated to them, by one George Pressick of Dublin: in which book many lyes and calumnies are presented against the innocent people of God / by E.B. Burrough, Edward, / . Given forth by me, who am known to men by the name of Marmaduke Stevenson, but have a new name given me, which the world knows not of, written in the book of life. The Massachusetts legislature had enacted that every Quaker within its jurisdiction should be banished on pain of death.
Last Updated: AM, Ma Posted: AM, Ma One of these days, God willing, we won't have health care to kick around any more. Now those people who began to take heed to a divine conviction in the conscience, and accordingly preached to others the doctrine of an inward light, wherewith Christ had enlightened men, in the latter end of the time of King Charles I. began to increase in number, and they became a separate society among men, and in process of time the name of.
In so splendid and imperial a manner did the English people, properly so called, first take place among the nations of the world. Yet while we contemplate with pleasure the high and commanding qualities which our forefathers displayed, we cannot but admit that the end which they pursued was an . Such is the beginning of an enthusiastic little pamphlet, of unknown authorship, published in London in ,1 the year in which Charles I. perished on the scaffold. It is entitled “A Perfect Description of Virginia,” and one of its effects, if not its purpose, must have been to attract immigrants to that colony from the mother 2 country. In Virginia “there is nothing wanting” to make.
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A yea and nay almanack for the people call'd by the men of the world Quakers: containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, being the bissextile or leaping year: calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may indifferently serve for any other meeting-house what or.
A yea and nay almanack for the people call'd by the men of the world Quakers [microform]: containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month, being the bissextile or leaping year: calculated properly for the meridian of the Bull and Mouth within Aldersgate, and may indifferently serve for any other meeting.
A yea and nay almanack for the people call'd by the men of the world Quakers: containing many needfull and necessary observations from the first day of the first month till the last day of the twelfth month: being a great year for procreation notwithstanding it is the second after the leaping year: calculated for the meridian of the bull and mouth within Aldersgate and may indifferently.
Get this from a library. Poor Robin. Or, A yea-and-nay-almanack for the people called by the men of the world Quakers.: Containing many needful and necessary observations, from the first day of the first month, till the last day of the twelfth month.: Being amongst the brotherhood and sisterhood the leaping-year, notwithstanding the twelfth month hath but xxviii days in it.
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Quakers (or Friends, as they refer to themselves) are members of a family of religious movements collectively known as the Religious Society of central unifying doctrine of these movements is the priesthood of all Friends view themselves as members of a Christian denomination, and include those with evangelical, holiness, liberal, and traditional conservative Quaker.
Start studying History - Chapter 1 Review. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Recent archaeological evidence suggests that people first arrived in the New World - 5, years ago.
- from northern Europe. - from Siberia. - rebelled against the French in Start studying Unit 3 Chapter 8 and 9 History Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Haverford’s Quaker & Special Collections has three amusing 17th-century almanacs: A Yea and Nay Almanack for the People Call’d by the Men of the World Quakers for, and The three are bound together in one volume. These Yea and Nay were the genius of William Winstanley (Dictionary of National Biography entry is [ ].
The form Early works represents a specific category or genre of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Mary Dyer (born Marie Barrett; c. – 1 June ) was an English and colonial American Puritan turned Quaker who was hanged in Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony, for repeatedly defying a Puritan law banning Quakers from the is one of the four executed Quakers known as the Boston martyrs.
While the place of her birth is not known, she was married in London in to the Cause of death: Hanging. A collection of the sufferings of the people called Quakers, for the testimony of a good conscience from the time of their being first distinguished by that name in the year to the time of the act commonly called the Act of toleration granted to Protestant dissenters in the first year of the reign of King William the Third and Queen Mary.
Fought in all parts of the world and invested huge amounts of money in the war Known in America as French and Indian war. It was the war between the French and their Indian allies and the English that proved the English to be the more dominant force of what was to be the United States both commercially and in terms of controlled regions.
Discover the inventions, adventures and characters behind our Cornish story. Explore the past. Shape the future. Published and handed to every school child in Cornwall during the year The concept Astrology -- Early works to represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries.
For a more contemporaneous account, see Thomas Wight, A History of the Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers in Ireland, from the Year to Afterwards revised, enlarged, and continued to the Year by John Rutty, 2nd ed.
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