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- A letter to the Right Reverend Richard, Lord, Rishop of Literfield and Coventry, occasioned by, so much of his hardships secoha vilume d the vindication & the miracles of our Blessed Saviour, as regards the Quakers. 2d ed. corrected. hordon, printed for W. Meadows 1731.

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A CATALOGUE OF ADVERSE BOOKS,

ANONYMOUS,-continued.

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1730-33.

A REPLY to the ANSWER unto the LETTER written to a
Quaker in Norfolk. With an APPENDIX.

London: Printed and Sold by John Darby in Bartholo-
mew-Close, &c.
8vo. 1730.

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See PHILIP BEDINGFIELD.

REMARKS upon a BILL now depending in PARLIAMENT, enti-
tuled, A Bill to prevent suits for Tythes, &c. By a
Reverend PRELATE.

OBSERVATIONS on the ANIMADVERSIONS on a Reverend Pre-
lates REMARKS upon the BILL Now depending in PARLIA
MENT Entituled A Bill to prevent Suits for Tythes, Where
none, nor any Composition for the same, have been paid
within a Certain Number of Years.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms
in Warwick-Lane. (Price Six-Pence.)
8vo. 1731.

The Poor VICAR's Plea against the QUAKERS BILL, and for
the present Benefit of Recovering his Small Tythes by the
Help of the Ecclesiastical Court; Address'd to his Represen-
tatives in Parliament. Signed A. B.

4to. No printer's name, place, or date.
Reasons why the Quakers' Affirmation should not pass
instead of an Oath.
Folio.

Query, whether Anon, and as to date, dc.

A METHOD to shorten CONTROVERSY exemplified; Address'd
to the QUAKERS at their GENERAL MEETING. Non Logica
sed Geometria.

London: Printed for J. Wilford, at the Three Golden
Flower-de-Luces, near St. Paul's. (Price 6d.)
(In Sion College Library.)

Note. This pamphlet is on The Necessity of Water Baptism.

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The PRINCIPLES of the Leading Quakers Truly Represented
as Inconsistent with the Fundamental Doctrines of the
Christian Religion. Or, a VINDICATION of the Bishop of
Lichfield and Coventry from the Charge of Misrepresenting
them; in Answer to a late Letter to His Lordship on
that Occasion, by T. S. and a Pamphlet intitled, A Cloud
of Witnesses, &c. By J. B.

London: Printed for James Roberts, near the Oxford-
Arms in Warwick-Lane.

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Baptism with Water and Infant Baptism asserted.
Edinburgh, printed

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ANONYMOUS,-continued.

1783-87.

BESSE, Joseph, of London. (but ANON.)

An ANSWER to a PAMPHLET, lately printed at EDINBURGH, inti-
tuled, Baptism with Water, and Infant-Baptism asserted.
London: Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, &c.

8vo. 1733. 3

Defence of the pamphlet entitled Baptism with Water, &c.
BESSE, Joseph, of London.

A REPLY to a late DEFENCE of the Pamphlet, intituled Baptism
'with Water and Infant Baptism Asserted, &c.

London: Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, &c.

8vo. 1736. 61

Vindication of a Defence.

BESSE, Joseph, of London.

An EXAMINATION of a late Vindication of a Defence of Baptism
with Water and Infant-Baptism asserted, &c.
London (same imprint)

8vo. 1739. 6

A Vindication of Bishop Taylor. (By THOMAS SHARP, Arch-
deacon of Northumberland, &c.)

8vo. Printed in the Year, 1733.
The True Picture of Quakerism: in a SUMMARY VIEW of the
BLASPHEMIES, HERESIES, and Treasonable Principles of the
QUAKERS of old. Taken out of their most noted and
approved Writers. And humbly offered to the Consider-
ation of all FRIENDS, who are not exactly in the same
way of Thinking. By a Lover of Truth.

London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in
Warwick-Lane.
8vo. 1736.

A LETTER to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of
London occasioned by disputing with a Quaker.

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London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms,
in Warwick-Lane.

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A LETTER to a MEMBER of the Honourable the HOUSE
OF COMMONS, Occasioned by A PETITION presented from
those People called QUAKERS to that Honourable House.
SETTING FORTH The fatal Consequences that would attend
both Church and State, if a farther Regulation of the
Tithes paid by them, should be made. With a Sketch of
their Descent, Rise and Progress to this Time. Humbly
offered to The Consideration of Both Houses of Parlia-
ment. (Price 6d.)

London: Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-
noster-Row; and sold by the Booksellers of London
and Westminster.
8vo. 1736. 2

About this period 1786, several publications were issued relating to the
Tythe Bill, for the Titles of which see my "Catalogue of Friends'
Books," Vol. 2, under the head "Quakers."

8vo. 1737. 4

ANONYMOUS,-continued. 1737-38.

A LETTER to the Author of a LATE PAMPHLET, entitled, A
Letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of LoN-
DON: Occasioned by Disputing with a QUAKER. Contain-
ing the Answers, which the Writer of that LETTER Might
and Ought to have given to the Quaker, upon the several
Heads in Dispute.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms,
in Warwick-Lane. (Price One Shilling.)

(By Mr. Harris, of Tollesbury, near Maldon, Essex.)

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8vo. 1737. 31

An Examination of a Book, Lately printed by the QUAKERS;
and by them distributed to the Members of both Houses
of Parliament, Intituled, A Brief Account of many of the
Prosecutions, &c.-So far as the Clergy of the Diocese of
London are concerned in it. To which is added, The
Poor VICAR'S Plea against the QUAKERS' Bill, a Paper
written while that Bill was depending the last year.
London: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane.

8vo. 1737.

BESSE, Joseph, of London. (ANON.)

A Vindication of a Book, intituled, A Brief account, &c.,-Shew-
ing the FALLACY and INJUSTICE of the Calculations and
Remarks in a late Book call'd AN EXAMINATION, &c. The
EVASIONS and DISINGENUITY of the CLERGY of the Diocese
of London in their Answers and Reflections; and the FALS-
HOOD and INCONSISTENCY of the Intelligencies by them
published. To which are added, Remarks on the poor Vicar's
Plea. With Bishop BURNET'S Description of the ECCLESIAS-
TICAL COURTS.

London: Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at
the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street.

8vo. 1737. 81

BESSE, Joseph. (ANON.)

Remarks on a Pamphlet lately published by the Clergy of the
Diocese of London, under the Title of a DEFENCE of the
EXAMINATION of a Book, entituled, "A Brief Account, &c.,--so
far as the said Clergy are concerned in it."

London: Printed and sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the
Bible in George Yard, Lombard Street.

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A DEFENCE of the EXAMINATION of a Book entituled, A Brief
Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called
QUAKERS, &c. So far as the Clergy of the Diocese of
LONDON are concerned in it: In Answer to a late Pamphlet
published by the Quakers, by way of VINDICATION of that
Part of their Brief Account.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms, in
Warwick Lane. (Price One Shilling.) 8vo. 1737. 41

The CURE of DEISM: Or, The Mediatorial Scheme by
JESUS CHRIST The Only True Religion. With an AP-

8vo. 1738. 21

ANONYMOUS,-continued.

1737-41.

PLICATION to Papists, Quakers, Socinians, and Scepticks. By
a COUNTRY CLERGYMAN. (ELISHA SMITH.) In Two VOLUMES.
London: Printed for the Author; and sold by W. Innys
and R. Manby, at the West-End of St. Paul's. Price
10s.
8vo. 1787.

See ELISHA SMITH.

An Examination of a Book, Lately printed by the QUAKERS,
-intituled, A Brief Account, &c.-So far as the Clergy of
the Diocese of LICHFIELD and COVENTRY are concerned
in it.

London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in
Warwick Lane. Price One Shilling.
8vo. 1789.

BESSE, Joseph, of London.

A VINDICATION of a Book intituled, A Brief account, &c.,-in
answer to a late Examination thereof, so far as the Clergy of
the Diocese of Lichfield and Coventry are concerned in it
with an Appendix, in REPLY to the Objections of Two Clergy-
men of the Diocese called St. David's.

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke
Hinde, at the Bible in George-yard, Lombard-Street.

A Dissertation on the Liberty of Preaching granted to
Women by the People called Quakers, &c.

8vo. 1739. 61

RUTTY, John, M.D. of Dublin (but ANON.)

A Second Dissertation on the iberty of Preaching Granted to
Women by the People called Quakers: In Answer to a late
DISSERTATION on that subject, &c.

Dublin: Printed by Isaac Jackson, in Meath Street. &c.

An EXAMINATION of a BOOK, Lately printed by the QUAKERS,
-entitled, A Brief Account, &c. So far as the Clergy of
the Dioceses of OXFORD, GLOCESTER, and CHESTER, are
concerned in it.

8vo. 1739. 41

London: Printed for J. and H. Pemberton, at the Golden
Buck against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street.

8vo. 1740.

BESSE, Joseph, of London.

A VINDICATION of a Book intituled, A Brief account, &c.,-in
Answer to a late EXAMINATION thereof, so far as the Clergy of
the Dioceses of Oxford, Glocester, and Chester, are concerned
in it.

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke
Hinde, at the Bible, in George-yard, Lombard Street.

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An Examination of a Book, Lately printed by the QUAKERS,
entitled, A Brief Account, &c.-In DEFENCE of the Clergy
of the Diocese of YORK.

London: Printed for John and Paul Knapton, at the
Crown in Ludgate-Street.
8vo. 1741

8vo. 1740. 24

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ANONYMOUS,-continued. 1740-59.

BESSE, Joseph, of London.

A VINDICATION of a Book, intituled, A Brief Account, &c.,-in
answer to a late Examination thereof, in Defence of the
Clergy of the Diocese of YORK.

London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle Raylton and Luke
Hinde, at the sign of the Bible in George-Yard, Lombard
Street..
8vo. 1741. 14)

The QUAKER and METHODIST Compared, In an Abstract of
George Fox's Journal. With a Copy of his Last Will and
Testament, and of the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield's
Journals. With Historical Notes. Humbly recommended
to the Perusal of the Quakers and Methodists. (By Dr.
Z. Grey.)

London: Printed for J. Millan, opposite the Admiralty
Office, Charing Cross.
8vo. 1740. 61

To the Man called the Craftsman. Signed Aminadab. In
"The Craftsman," for August, 1740. p. 888. 8vo. 1740.
Publick Spirit illustrated in the Life and Designs of the
Rev. Thomas Bray. (See THOMAS BRAY.). 8vo. 1746. 3
A Letter to a Person lately join'd with the People called
Quakers. In answer to a Letter wrote by him.
Small 8vo.
Reprinted. See JOHN WESLEY.
The Wolf stript of his Sheep's Clothing.
The Honest Country Female Quaker's Speech in the House
of L, to Lord R-h, on Thursday, June 7th, 1753.
London: Printed for H. Carpenter, in Fleet Street.
Price Sixpence.

Printed in the Year, 1748.

8vo. 1750.

8vo. [1753.] 1

A LETTER from a Gentleman in London, to his Friend in
Pensylvania; with a Satire; containing Some Charac-
teristical Strokes upon the Manners and Principles of the
QUAKERS.

London: Printed for J. Scott, at the Black Swan, in
Pater-Noster-Row.

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8vo. 1756. 13

Note. Supposed by WM. SMITH, the Priest, of Philadelphia.
An HISTORICAL REVIEW of the CONSTITUTION and GOVERN-
MENT of Pensylvania, from its Origin; so far as regards
the several Points of Controversy, which have, from Time
to Time, arisen between The several Governors of that
PROVINCE, and Their several Assemblies. Founded on
authentic Documents.

London: Printed for R. Griffiths, in Paternoster-Row.

By BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.

8vo. 1759. 291 Morris Birkbeck says, "This Hist. Review is very partial, sophistical and deccitful supposed by the famous yet infamous Benjamin Franklin. Conscious of evil intent he here skulks in the dark without a Name."

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