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The Doctrines Of Friends
by Elisha Bates
An Apology For the True Christian Divinity
by Robert Barclay
Journal Of the Life, Travels and Gospel Labours Of That Faithful Servant and Minister Of Christ, Job Scott
by Job Scott
by Harriet Frorer Durham
Europe In the Twentieth Century
by George Lichtheim
Quakers Books & Ephemera
by Call, Harold L, Editor
Walk Cheerfully, Friends
by Hinshaw, Seth B
Josiah White, Prince Of Pioneers
by Morton, Eleanor
No Cross, No Crown
by Penn, William
The Quaker Contribution
by Loukes, Harold
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 Bear
by William Penn
Paperback / softback. New.
Memoirs of the Life and Gospel Labors of Stephen Grellet - vol. 2
by Stephen Grellet and Benjamin Seebohm
Philadelphia: Henry Longstreth, 1877. Later printing. Hardcover. Good. Stephen Grellet, edited by Benjamin Seebohm, Memoirs of the Life and Gospel Labors of Stephen Grellet, in two volumes, Vol. II, 1877. Brown cloth hc with blind-stamped design and gilt spine lettering, 8vo (23 cm), dark brown endpapers, frontispiece engraving of Grellet's residence, viii, 492 pp. Good/no DJ: covers worn with tail of spine chipped, flyleaf removed, some creasing and foxing, no po markings.
France Looks Ahead
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1947. Pamphlet. Six panel brochure, 3.25x6.5 inches, illus., date penciled on rear panel else very good condition.
Friends at Back Creek - Into the Third Century
by Grigg, Barbara N. and Myrle L. Walker
Back Creek Friends Meeting, N.C. Friends Historical Society, N.C. Yearly Meeting, 1993. First edition. Paperback. New. Barbara N. Grigg and Myrle L. Walker, Friends at Back Creek - Into the Third Century; Back Creek Friends Meeting, N.C. Friends Historical Society, N.C. Yearly Meeting; 1993, First Edition. Cream paper covers with sepia photo on front, 8vo, 112 pp with index, 14 bw photos plus illustrations and map. "A history of one of the oldest meetings (250 years old) in central North Carolina.... Read more about this item
AN APOLOGY FOR THE TRUE CHRISTIAN DIVINITY: Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called Quakers
by Robert Barclay
New York: Samuel Wood and Sons, 1827. Leather. 587p. A hardcover book bound in full brown leather. Boards scuffed, spine faintly crinkled, and corners a bit curled inward. Dampstaining along the bottom edge of the last 75 or so pages. Black ink stains on rear endpapers. All pages foxed, but text otherwise unmarked. Binding secure. Good, sturdy condition overall.
No Cross, No Crown
by PENN, William
(Richmond, Indiana): Friends United Press, 1981. Softcover. Very Good. Modern English edition, revised and edited by Ronald Selleck. Trade paperback. 156pp. Ex-library stamp and label on preliminary pages with spine sticker, very good.
The Three M's of Quakerism : Meeting, Message, Mission - Tenth Anniversary Lectures
by Earlham School of Religion
Richmond, IN: Institute of Quaker Studies, Earlham School of Religion, 1971. First edition. Paperback. Good. Earlham School of Religion, The Three M's of Quakerism: Meeting, Message, Mission - Tenth Anniversary Lectures, Richmond, IN, Institute of Quaker Studies, Earlham School of Religion, 1971, no previous editions. Green and white paper covers, 8vo, x, 86 pp. Foreword by Wilmer A. Cooper, chapters by Hugh Barbour, T. Canby Jones, William E. Barton, Barrington Dunbar, Paul A. Lacey and Charles F.... Read more about this item
MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF ANTHONY BENEZET
by Vaux, Roberts
Philadelphia: Parke, 1817. v, [1 blank], , [1 blank], 136 pp, with frontis of the 1757 Indian Peace Medal with Benezet's facsimile autograph. Untrimmed, uncut, in original publisher's printed paper over boards [spine and joint wear]. Very Good. First edition of the life of the great Quaker anti-slavery crusader and pamphleteer, by one of Philadelphia's most active early 19th century reformers. LCP 10738. Sabin 98704.
AN APOLOGY FOR THE TRUE CHRISTIAN DIVINITY, BEING AN EXPLANATION AND VINDICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES AND DOCTRINES OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS
by (BASKERVILLE PRESS) BARCLAY, Robert
Birmingham: John Baskerville, 1765. First Edition. Hardcover. Old bookseller description pasted to the top of the front pastedown which has evidence of a bookplate removal; ink number "5196" at the top corner of the verso of the front endpaper; mild spotting toward the beginning but mostly very clean. Light wear along spine edges and tips, no spine label present or evidence there was one; light wear to corners and top edge. Near Fine. The First Baskerville Edition and the Eighth overall. Quarto (9-7/8"... Read more about this item
Quaker Ways : Pictures of Meeting Houses in Current Middle-Atlantic
by Ruth E. Bonner
Kutztown, Penn.: Kutztown Publishing Co., 1978. First Printing. Hardcover. Ex-library. Ruth E. Bonner, Quaker Ways: Pictures of Meeting Houses in Current Middle-Atlantic, Kutztown, Penn., Kutztown Publishing Co., 1978, First Printing. Light brown cloth hc, horizontal 4to (26 by 21 cm), photographic endpapers, 96 pp with index, errat sheet bound in, many two-tone photos of meeting houses in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Virginia and North Carolina, plus photos of wedding couples. Good (ex-lib)/no... Read more about this item
HISTOIRE NATURELLE ET POLITIQUE DE LA PENSYLVANIE, ET DE L'ÉTABLISSEMENT DES QUAKERS DANS CETTE CONTRÉE
by [ROUSSELOT de SURGY, Jacques Philibert]
Paris: Ganeau (de l'imprimerie d'Houry), 1768. First Edition. Hardcover. Contents clean; minor wear to joints. Near Fine. Duodecimo (3-3/4" x 6-1/2") bound in contemporary full calf with a gilt-decorated spine with raised bands and leather spine label, marbled endpapers and edges; xx, 372, , pages. Complete with half-title page and folding map of eastern Pennsylvania including portions of Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. Translated from the German, this work is based on that of the... Read more about this item
SERIOUS CONSIDERATIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS OF IMPORTANCE BY JOHN WOOLMAN OF MOUNT HOLLY, IN THE JERSEYS, NORTH AMERICA, DECEASED. WITH SOME OF HIS DYING EXPRESSIONS
by WOOLMAN, John
London: Mary Hinde, 1773. First Edition. Hardcover. Early owner name of Maria Gurney on the front endpaper and remnant of early bookplate of Henrietta Gurney on the front pastedown. Light wear to the spine tips and edges, but a clean, Near Fine copy. Duodecimo (4" x 6-1/2") bound in contemporary calf leather with blind rules and stamping on the covers; [vi], 137,  pages. Contains the following, with separate title pages for each section: Considerations on Pure Wisdom, and Human Policy. *... Read more about this item
Sacred History : or the Historical Part of the Holy Scriptures... 2 vols.
by Thomas Ellwood
Mountpleasant, Ohio: Enoch and Emily M. Harris, 1854. Reprint. Hardcover. Good. Thomas Ellwood, Sacred History: or the Historical Part of the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments; Digested into Due Method with Respect to Order of Time and Place. With Observations, Tending to Illustrate Some Passages Therein. From the First American, compared with the last London edition. Complete in two volumes. Mountpleasant, Ohio, Enoch and Emily M. Harris, 1854. Half-leather over pebbled cloth with gilt... Read more about this item
Autographed letter signed
by WHITTIER, John Greenleaf (1807 - 1892)
Oak Knoll, 1887. unbound. very good. 3 pages (front and back) each measuring 7 x 4.5 inches, Oak Knoll, February 12, 1887, declining an important invitation due to bad health, in part: "...Among the hundreds of kind letters which are reaching me from all parts of the country, no one has given me more pleasure than thine informing me that the club, which honors me by its name, will meet at thy residence on the 17th, and inviting me to be present on the occasion. I wish, from my heart, I could be.... Read more about this item
The History Of The Dartmouth Quakers
by Douglas William Trider
This book is in gift condition. An excellent copy of this rare book. Illustrated with charts and maps. There are 156 pages.
Memoirs of the Life and Gospel Labors of Stephen Grellet - vol. 1, First American
by Stephen Grellet and Benjamin Seebohm
Philadelphia: Henry Longstreth, 1860. First American edition. Hardcover. Good. Stephen Grellet, edited by Benjamin Seebohm, Memoirs of the Life and Gospel Labors of Stephen Grellet, in two volumes, Vol. I, 1860, First American. Pebbled cloth hc with blind-stamped design and copper lettering on spine, 8vo (21 cm), light yellow endpapers, portrait frontispiece with facsimile signature, viii, 478 pp. Good/no DJ: covers worn and chipped, po names on frontispiece recto, light foxing, rear fep torn and... Read more about this item
THE HISTORY OF THE RISE, INCREASE AND PROGRESS, OF THE CHRISTIAN PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS; WITH SEVERAL REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES INTERMIXED. WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN LOW-DUTCH, AND ALSO TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH. THE THIRD EDITION, CORRECTED
by Sewel, William
Burlington, New-Jersey: Printed and Sold by Isaac Collins, 1774. Folio. xii,812, pp, as issued. Original sheep with raised spine bands [rubbed, front board detached but present]. Light to moderate foxing and toning. Good+. Front pastedown with the ownership signature, "Sarah Paxson her Book 1797." The front flyleaf with a detailed manuscript genealogy of the prominent Quaker Paxson family, beginning with Samuel Paxson [1718-1773], the son of Joseph and Sarah; Anna Paxson; John Paxson; William... Read more about this item
Letters of Isaac Penington - An Eminent Minister of the Gospel in The Society of Friends
by Isaac Penington
Philadelphia: Friends' Book-Store. Second Edition. Hardcover. Fair. Isaac Penington, Letters of Isaac Penington - An Eminent Minister of the Gospel in The Society of Friends Which He Joined About the Year 1658. Philadelphia, Friends' Book-Store, from the Second London Edition [after 1828 - Smith, p. 359]. Brown cloth hc with simple blind-stamped borders and gilt titling on spine, 12mo (18 cm), yellow endpapers, [i]-xx, 21-284 pp. Fair (no DJ): front cover and head of spine damaged by dampstaining,... Read more about this item
JOURNAL OF THE LIFE AND RELIGIOUS LABOUR OF ELIAS HICKS. Written by Himself
by Elias Hicks
New York: Isaac T. Hopper, 1832. Third Edition. Leather. 451p. A hardcover book bound in full brown leather. Very good condition overall. Edges scuffed, and a deep rub mark at the top of the front cover. Old pencil marks on front endpapers. Foxing throughout, but otherwise, text unmarked and binding secure. The autobiography of Quaker minister Elias Hicks (1748-1830), whose teachings caused a schism that resulted in the Keithian sect of Friends.
Some Considerations Relating to the Present State of the Christian Religion, Part III
by Arscott, Alexander
London: J. Sowle, 1734. First printing. Paperback. Good. Alexander Arscott; Some Considerations Relating to the Present State of the Christian Religion, Wherein, The Principal Evidence of the Christian Religion is farther Explain'd and Defended; In answer to the Objections made against It in a late Vindication of the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry: With an Appendix, Containing Some Remarks on a Passage in the Second Volume of Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Times, Part III; London, Printed and... Read more about this item
SOME FRUITS OF SOLITUDE, IN REFLECTIONS AND MAXIMS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF HUMAN LIFE
by Penn, William
London: Thomas Northcott, 1693. Second edition. Leather binding in very good condition except for a 1/4" cut to the top of the spine; Plane binding in keeping with early Friends publications, though new end papers appear to be more recent; Repaired with new end papers, original rear paste-down retained; Pages show modest age toning; a couple pages with light stain to lower corner; One leaf has a 3/4" tear which runs into text between lines; A couple pages, 110/111 with a couple stains in the text; Last... Read more about this item
Quaker Mission to Moscow: An address delivered at Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania on October 7, 1951
by Cadbury, Paul S
Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, 1951. Pamphlet. 16p., stapled wraps, 5x7.75 inches, bottom corner dog-eared, small rust stain on rear wrap else very good condition.
Rules of Discipline of the Yearly Meeting of Friends for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and the Eastern Parts of Maryland
Philadelphia, 1893. Hardcover. Fair. Rules of Discipline of the Yearly Meeting of Friends for Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and the Eastern Parts of Maryland, Stereotype Edition, Philadelphia, 1893. Brown cloth hc with gilt-stamped titling on spine and blind-stamped borders, small 8vo (19 cm), [i]-viii, - pp with extensive index. Good to Fair: corners bumped and spine cracked, po name on flyleaf, correction with minor markings pasted in p. 124, rear pages corner clipped with no loss.
Subway Hitchhikers: a novel
by Jnana-Devanandashram [Jnana Hodson]
Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1990. Paperback. 140p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Novel about "a Tibetan reincarnated into a middle-American family in Iowa, as he seeks to discover his innate identity and purpose." Author is a yogi and a Quaker.
Deep Wells, Dry Springs, and Crooked Creeks - Signed
by W.R. Frye
Winston-Salem, NC: Foxhound Press, 2004. Paperback. Good +. W.R. Frye; Deep Wells, Dry Springs, and Crooked Creeks: True Stories of Inspiration and Laughter from the Life of a Quaker Pastor; Winston-Salem, NC, Foxhound Press, 2004. Trade paperback, illustration of a well on glossy tan and gray cover, 184 pp, signed by author "Willie Frye" on title page. G+: light scratches and sticker residue on cover, light bumping, cover edge starting to curl; tiny stains on title page, p. 173 and inside back cover,... Read more about this item