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Particularly B. C. his Quakers no Apostates, or the
Hammerer Defeated. Amanuensis, as is said, to G. C. (as
he sometime wrote himself) Gulielmus Calamus, alias
William Penn. Also a Reply to W. C. (a Churchman,
the Quaker's Advocate) his Trepidantium Malleus Intrepi-
danter Malleatus, &c. -By Trepidantium Malleus.
London: Printed for W. Marshall at the Bible in New-
gate-street, and J. Marshall at the Cible, in Grace-
church-street, near Cornhil.
12mo. 1697. 41
A REPRIMAND for the Author of a LIBEL entituled, George
Keith an APOSTATE. Written by a Church-man.
London: Printed for John Marshal at the Bible in Grace-
church-street, near Corn-hill. Price 4d. 16mo. 1697. 60 pages
A Friendly Epistle to Mr. George Keith, and the reformed
Quakers at Turner's-Hall: with some animadversions
Discourse about a Right administrator of Baptism, and
of Episcopacy. With a Postscript about the Education
of Children, &c.-By Calvin Philanax.
London, Printed for John Marshall, at the Bible, in
Grace-church-street, near Cornhil.
Friendly Epistles to Mr. George Keith, and the Reformed
Quakers; who are now convinc'd, that Water Baptism is
an Ordinance of Christ, to continue to the end of the
World. But are enquiring about the Mode, and Form of
Administration; whether by Effusion or Plunging, &c.
By the Reformed Quakers old Friend, Trepidantium
A SNAKE in the GRASS Caught and Crush't, or a Third and
last Epistle to a now furious, DEACON in the Church of
England, the Reverend Mr. George Keith, with some Re-
marks on my former Epistles to him, especially that
against Plunging in Baptism. By Trepidantium Malleus.
London; Printed for John Marshall, at the Sign of the
Bible, in Grace-Church-Street.
12mo. 1700. 1
See also under GEORGE KEITH, in my Catalogue of Friends' Books, vol. 2.
YOUNG, William, of West-Dereham in Norfolk.
He signed a Certificate against Friends, at the end of "The
Quakers' Challenge, &c."
See EDWARD BECKHAM.
ZENTGRAFF, M. John Joachim, of the University of Strasburgh.
COLLUVIES QUACKERORUM, secundum ОRTVM, PROGRESSVM
et Dogmata Monstrosa delineata : Moderatore DN.
JOH. CONRADO DANNHAWERO, SS. Theol. D. P.P. Conv.
Eccl. Præs. In Argentoratensi Academia. Auctore vero
M. JOH. JOACHIMO ZENTGRAFIO, Argentoratensi.
Argentorati, Apud Josiam Stædel. Anno M.DC.LXV.
LAWSON, Thomas, Schoolmaster of Great Strickland one of the
most skilful Botanists in England, and formerly a Priest of
Ramside in Lancashire.
- Eine Antwort Aufein Buch,-An Answer to a Book given forth in
the Latine Tongue, called the Scum (or Dross) of the Quakers,
setting out their Rise and Progress, &c. Given forth by M.
John Joachim Zent Graff. Approved of by Dr. John Conradus
Danhaver, &c., both of the University of Strasburgh. 8vo. 1668.
SINCE WRITING THE FOREGOING CATALOGUE THE FOLLOWING HAVE
COME TO MY HANDS.
ALLEN, Thomas, of
The Case of King Jehoshaphat and of the Church of England
parallell'd; or, the Church's Fair Appeal, to the God of
TRUTH, according to His Holy Oath and Covenant, against
Her Combined Enemies the QUAKERS; for presuming, un-
gratefully as the Edomites, &c., against Jehoshaphat, and
Jeroboam against Ahijah, to thrust out her painful and
laborious Clergy, from the Inheritance of the Lord, her
Tithes; or at least to render them precarious, that may
they insult her, and bring in an Inundation of Deism and
wicked Principles to corrupt the Church of God.
It is Time for thee, Lord, to Work, for they have made void thy
Law.-Psal. cxix. 126.
Qui in sana fide sanus & integer permanere voluerit duplici modo
numire fidem suam debet, primum scilicet, divinæ legis authori-
tate, tum deinde catholicæ ecclesiæ authoritate. Vincentius
Lirinensis in Commonitor.
Fidem nos neque recentiorem ab aliis conscriptam acceptamus, neque ipsi mentis nostræ fœtus alliis obtrudere audemus; ne humana putentur pietatis verba, sed quæ a sanctis patribus edocti sumus ea nos interrogantibus annunciamus.-Basil, Ep.60. London: Printed for J. Vokes, at the Bible and Dove on Ludgate Hill, and sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. Price 1s. 8vo. 1739, 4 [In Sion College Library, London Wall.]
A CATALOGUE OF ADVERSE BOOKS, WITH ANSWERS.
The following are 1st editions which vary from subsequent ones
already entered in their place, see pages 268 and 270.
A DISCOURSE proving the Divine Institution of Water-
Baptism: wherein the Quaker-Arguments against it, are
COLLECTED and CONFUTED. With as much as is Needful
concerning The Lord's Supper. By the Author of, The
Snake in the Grass.
If ye love me, Keep my Commandments.-Joh. xiv. 15.
London: Printed for Č. Brome, at the Gun at the West-
End of St. Pauls. W. Keblewhite, at the White-Swan,
in St. Paul's Church-yard. And H. Hindmarsh, at the
Golden-Ball, over-against the Royal Exchange, in
Some Seasonable REFLECTIONS upon the Quakers
Solemn PROTESTATIONS against George Keith's Pro-
ceedings at TURNER'S-HALL, 29. Apr. 1697. Which was
by them Printed, and sent thither, as the Reasons of their
not Appearing to Defend Themselves. Herein Annex'd
Verbatim. By an Impartial Hand.
London, Printed for Charles Brome, at the Gun at the
west end of St. Pauls.
A DISCOURSE; Shewing, Who they are that are now
Qualify'd to Administer Baptism and the Lord's-Supper.
Wherein the cause of EPISCOPACY is briefly Treated.
By the Author of A DISCOURSE Proving the Divine Insti-
tution of Water-Baptism.
No Man taketh this Honour unto himself, but he that is called of
God, as was Aaron.-Heb. 5. 4.
Primitive Heresie Revived in The Faith and Practice of the
People called Quakers :-To which is Added, A Friendly
Expostulation with William Penn, upon account of his
Primitive Christianity, lately Published. By the Author
of The Snake in the Grass.
London, Printed for C. Brome at the Gun, at the West
end of St. Pauls; W. Keblewhite at the Swan in St.
Paul's Church-yard; and H. Hindmarsh at the Golden-
Ball over against the Royal Exchange, Cornhill. 4to. 1698. 9
London: Printed for C. Brome, at the Gun, at the West-
End of St. Paul's. W. Keblewhite, at the Swan in St.
Paul's Church-Yard. And H. Hindmarsh, at the
Golden Ball over against the Royal Exchange.
Note. The above pieces are bound together in one volume, and are deposited
in the Friends' Library of Biblical Literature, 5, Bishopsgate Street
Without, London, E.C. Joseph Smith, Librarian.
ERRATA. Page 62, line 2 for Samuel Fisher of Northampton read Richard Hubberthorn, of Yelland in Lancashire, and between the 9th & 10th lines of the same page, add Samuel Fisher of Northampton.
"The Dangerous Imposture of Quakerism, &c.”
Oliver C. Bartlett
Samuel Smith, of Cressedge
Alexr. Shirreff & others
"The Athenian Mecury"
Wm. Shelton & others
"Baptism with Water, &c."
A Defence of the same
"A Vindication of a Defence, &c."
Several Books put out against, "A Brief
Account of many of the Prosecutions, &c." 40, 41, 42
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