Quakers 1736 Persecutions financial religious history England church state bookBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
[State church of England, 18th Century religious Pamphlets, Quakers, tithing and state taxation of clergy and citizens].
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Bound collection of five (5) 18th century religious work concerning religious persecution in early 18th century United Kingdom. Full bibliographic details below. A sammelband of five separately printed titles.
In a 19th century 1/2 leather binding, marbled covers. Covers detached, free endpapers loose, two leaves suffer small holes. Textblock mostly sound & tight as sewn when issued.
A Brief Account of Many Prosecutions Of the People call'd Quakers in the Exechequer, Ecclesiastical, and Other Courts, for Demands Recoverable by the Acts made in the 7th and 8th Years of the Reign of King William the Third, for the more Easie Recovery of Tithes, Church-Rates, &c.
Published 1736, London by J. Sowle.
A Vindication of a Book intituled "A Brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers" So far as the Clergy of Dioceses of Oxford, Gloucester, and Chester, are concerned with it.
Published 1740, London by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke Hinder
Mr. Woolston's Defense of His Discourses on the Miracles of the Saviour.
Published 1729, London by Woolston.
The Resurrection of Jesus Considered; in Answer to the Trial of Witnesses.
Published 1744, London by M. Cooper.
An Examination of a Book, Lately Printed by the Quakers.
Published London, 1741 by John and Paul Knapton.
the age flaws are easy to overlook or forgive, a unique early collection of individually scarce to rare items..
Book measures: 8" H X 5" W.