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BX Christian Denominations (Go to start of category)
BX7730 .B37 [Info] Truth Vindicated, by the Faithful Testimony and Writings of the Innocent Servant and Hand-Maid of the Lord, Elizabeth Bathurst, Deceased (third edition; London: M. Hinde, 1773), by Elizabeth Bathurst (HTML and page images at Earlham)
BX7730 .B78 [Info] The Truth Exalted in the Writings of That Eminent and Faithful Servant of Christ, John Burnyeat (London: Printed for T. Northcott, 1691), by John Burnyeat (HTML and page images at Earlham)
BX7730 .E7 [Info] A Bermudas Preacher Proved a Persecutor: Being a Just Tryal of Sampson Bond's Book, Entituled, A Publick Tryal of the Quakers, &c. (London: Printed by J. Bringhurst, 1683), contrib. by Francis Estlake, William Wilkinson, and John Tyso
BX7730 .W18 [Info] A Warning to All Friends Who Professeth the Everlasting Truth of God, Which He Hath Revealed and Made Manifest in This His Blessed Day, (Whether on This Side, or Beyond the Seas) (1688), by Mary Waite (HTML at EEBO TCP)
BX7731 .B35 [Info] The Doctrines of Friends: or Principles of the Christian Religion, As Held by the Society of Friends, Commonly Called Quakers (Mountpleasant: The author, 1825), by Elisha Bates
BX7731 .C6 1806 [Info] A Portrait of Quakerism: Taken from a View of the Education and Discipline, Social Manners, Civil and Political Economy, Religious Principles and Character, of the Society of Friends (3 volumes, 1806), by Thomas Clarkson
BX7731 .G63 1917 [Info] What is Quakerism? An Exposition of the Leading Principles and Practices of the Society of Friends, As Based on the Experience of "The Inward Light" (London: Headley Bros., 1917), by Edward Grubb (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
BX7731 .G63 1919 [Info] What is Quakerism? An Exposition of the Leading Principles and Practices of the Society of Friends, As Based on the Experience of "The Inward Light" (second edition; London: Swarthmore Press, 1919), by Edward Grubb (multiple formats at archive.org)
BX7731 .G85 [Info] Meditations on Select Passages of Sacred Scripture, in a Series of Lectures Affectionately Addressed to Young Persons of the Society of Friends (York: William Alexander and Co., 1832), by Priscilla Hannah Gurney (page images at Google)
BX7731 .J6 [Info] Quakerism: A Religion of Life, by Rufus M. Jones (multiple formats at archive.org)
BX7731 .S8 [Info] Quaker Strongholds (third edition; London: E. Hicks, 1891), by Caroline Emelia Stephen (multiple formats at archive.org)
BX7731.2 [Info] Advices and Queries (current edition), by Britain Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends) (HTML at quaker.org.uk)
BX7732 .A5 1916 [Info] The Testimony of the Society of Friends on the Continent of America (originally published in Philadelphia in 1830; reprinted 1916), contrib. by Elisha Bates (page images at HathiTrust)
BX7732 .F68 I6 [Info] An Instruction to Judges and Lawyers (London: Printed for T. Simmons, ca. 1657), by George Fox (HTML at EEBO TCP)
BX7733 [Info] The Ancient Principle of Truth, or The Light Within Asserted and Held Forth According to True Experience, and the Faithful Testimony of the Scriptures, by Isaac Penington (HTML at qhpress.org)
BX7733 .B97 D19 [Info] A Declaration to All the World of Our Faith, and What We Believe, by Edward Burrough (HTML and page images at Earlham)
BX7733 .F692 1660 [Info] The Citie of London Reproved for Its Abominations, Which Doth Concern All the Inhabitants Thereof That Are Guilty (London: Printed for Robert Wilson, 1660), by Margaret Fell (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
BX7733 .F792 D2 [Info] A Declaration and an Information From Us the People of God Called Quakers (London: Printed for T. Simmons and R. Wilson, 1660), by Margaret Fell (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
BX7733 .F792 E8 [Info] An Evident Demonstration to Gods Elect (London: Printed for T. Simmons, 1660), by Margaret Fell (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
BX7733 .F792 T5 [Info] This Was Given to Major Generall Harrison and the Rest (London: Printed for T. Simmons, 1660), by Margaret Fell (HTML at Celebration of Women Writers)
BX7733 .M6 [Info] A Sermon to the Medical Students (1849), by Lucretia Mott (multiple formats at archive.org)
BX7733 .P39 A1 [Info] The Works of the Long Mournful and Sorely Distressed Isaac Penington, Whom the Lord in Tender Mercy, at Length Visited and Relieved by the Ministry of That Despised People, Called Quakers (4 volumes; online edition), by Isaac Penington (HTML at qhpress.org)
BX7733 .P41 S65 More Fruits of Solitude (see Some Fruits of Solitude), by William Penn
    BX7733 .S6 1661 [Info] Some Principles of the Elect People of God Who in Scorn are called Quakers (1661), by George Fox (HTML at qhpress.org)
    BX7737 .T66 1947 [Info] An Interpretation of Friends Worship (Philadelphia: Committee on Religious Education of Friends General Conference, c1947), by Jean Toomer (Gutenberg text)

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