neck of the Quakers broken

or cut in sunder by the two-edged sword of the spirit which is put into my mouth. First, in a letter to Edward Bourne, a Quaker. Secondly, in answer to a letter to Samuel Hooton and W.S. Thirdly, in a letter to Richard Farnesworth, Quaker. Fourthly, in an answer to a printed pamphlet of the said Richard Farnesworth ... by Lodowick Muggleton

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq.: his book entituled, 'Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of entituled, 'The Neck of the Quakers broken' a: Lodowick Muggleton: :.

Muggleton neck of the Quakers broken book bailed to appear to answer charges arising from his book The Neck of the Quakers broken, specifically that he did curse Dr Edward Bourne of Worcester, therein.

Muggleton remarks that it was strange that a curse against a Quaker should .The neck of the Quakers broken, or, cut in sunder by the two-edged sword of the spirit which is put into my mouth [microform]: first, in a letter to Edward Bourne a Quaker, secondly, in answer to a letter to Samuel Hooton and W.S., thirdly, in a letter to Richard Farnsworth, Quaker, fourthly, in an answer to a printed pamphlet of the said Richard Farnsworth, entituled, Truth ascended, or, The.

An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq.: his book entituled, 'Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations': also, some passages of that book of his entituled, 'The Neck of the Quakers broken' and in his letter to Thomas Taylor: whereby it might appear what Spirit the said Neck of the Quakers broken book Muggleton is of, and from what God his Commission Pages:English, Book, Microform edition: The neck of the Quakers broken, or, cut in sunder by the two-edged sword of the spirit which is put into my mouth [microform]: first, in a letter to Edward Bourne a Quaker, secondly, in answer to a letter to Samuel Hooton and W.S., thirdly, in a letter to Richard Farnsworth, Quaker, fourthly, in an answer to a printed pamphlet of the said Richard Farnsworth.

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The Quakers got as good as they gave, with detractors issuing violent outpourings of their own against them, among others Ralph Farmer’s Sathan Inthrone’d in his Chair of Pestilence, or Quakerisim in its Exaltation (), Thomas Smith’s A Gagg for the Quakers (), Lodowick Muggleton’s The neck of the QUAKERS Broken (), Francis.

The Quakers got as good as they gave, with detractors issuing violent outpourings of their own against them, among others Ralph Farmer’s Sathan Inthrone’d in his Chair of Pestilence, or Quakerisim in its Exaltation (), Thomas Smith’s A Gagg for the Quakers (), Lodowick Muggleton’s The neck of the QUAKERS Broken (), Francis.

also, some passages of that book of his entituled, 'the neck of ths quakers broken.' AND IN HIS LETTER TO THOMAS TAYLOR. Whereby it might appear what Spirit the said LODO- WICK MUGGLETON is of, and from what God his Commission is. It was named after Boston, Lincolnshire, in England. During the s, as the English Civil War reached its climax, the founder of English Quakerism, George Fox (–), discovered his religious vocation.

Under the Puritan English Commonwealth led by Oliver Cromwell, Quakers in. But his ' Neck of the Quakers Broken ' bore the imprint ' Amsterdam ; ' Amsterdam was certainly a false imprint, and it was argued (incorrectly) that the book had been antedated, and really printed in Sentence was passed by the recorder, George Jeffreys.

Amazon even presents the first two reviews - which are of the Paulist Press book- as if they are reviews of this book from Harper Collins Amazon, please don't conflate these two books. The original book from Paulist Press is a great, albeit brief overview of Quaker writing/5(4).

‘Concerning Persecution,’ 4to, ‘Concerning the Worship of the Living God,’ &c., 4to, no place or date. ‘Observations on some Passages of Ludowick Muggleton in that Book of his stiled “The Neck of the Quakers Broken,”’ 4to, Answer to Quakers Queries: Probably alternative title to Quakers Catechism: B Baxter Richard: The Quakers Catechism: Underhill: Jun p.

74, no. 8: C: Answer to letters from Quakers, set of Queries, personal encounters: Nayler Answer to a Book called the Quakers Catechism B Baxter Richard: One Sheet against the. Readers of early Quaker literature cannot fail to be aware of the history of religious persecution of the Quakers in the seventeenth century.

Although the Act of Toleration of marked the end of its most extreme forms, Quakers continued to be subject to confiscation of goods, fines and imprisonment for refusing to pay church tithes or take oaths, and to be excluded from public office. My Blue Quaker had an office chair roll over her toe and crush the bone.

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For Quakers, it is a great resource. For non-Quakers it is a valuable addition to the practice of contemplation which you may want to integrate into your own contemplative practice.

The author, David Johnson, /5(11). This database contains Quaker monthly meeting records which are archived at the following Quaker colleges: Earlham (Indiana), Guilford (North Carolina), Haverford and Swarthmore (Pennsylvania). Quakers recorded a variety of details in their monthly meeting minutes which can be searched by name, location, and event date; or browsed by state.

Eventually, the Puritan authorities were ordered by the English king to stop their persecution of Quakers, and members of the group became tolerated, and even accepted, in most of the colonies.

One colony, Pennsylvania, was even established by a Quaker, William Penn, and. George Fox even wrote about the equality of men and women. Confidence in their “Inner Light” gave Quakers a certain brazen edge to their beliefs, but the “Inner Light” was also what linked Quakers to earlier religious outliers and mystics like Jakob Böhme.

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Women's rights, many fields of science, the temperance movement were all fueled by the Quakers, who wanted not just to improve themselves but also the by: In the past, Quakers were known for their use of thee as an ordinary pronoun, refusal to participate in war, plain dress, refusal to swear oaths, opposition to slavery, and teetotalism.

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According to Lodowicke Muggleton [q. v.], with whom Perrot had many talks, he had no personal God, but an indefinite Spirit (Neck of the Quakers Broken, p 22). Martin Mason [q.v.], although he declined to accept his vagaries, celebrated his talents in some lines– 'In Memoriam' - published in the 'Vision.'.

Quakers do not regard any book as being the actual 'word of God'. Most Quakers regard the Bible as a very great inspirational book but they don't see it as the only one, and so they read other. A Book of Discipline may refer to one of the various books issued by a Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, setting out what it means to be a Quaker in that Yearly common name for this book varies from one Yearly Meeting to another and includes Book of Discipline, Faith and Practice, Christian Faith and Practice, Quaker Faith and Practice, Church Government and.

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Whereby it might appear what Spirit the said Lodowick Muggleton is of, and from what God his Commission is. As by what Authority his Spirit is moved to.

Get this from a library! An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq: his book entituled, 'Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations': also, some passages of that book of his entituled, 'The Neck of the Quakers broken' and in his letter to Thomas Taylor: whereby it might appear what Spirit the said Lodowick Muggleton is of, and from.3Lodowick Muggleton, The Neck of the Quakers Broken ("Amsterdam, ," but probably published in London about ), pp.

8, 11, 14, 31; George Fox, Something in Answer to Lodowick Muggleton's Book (London, ), p. Get this from a library! An answer to Isaac Pennington, Esq.: his book entituled, 'Observations on some passages of Lodowick Muggleton's interpretation of the 11th chapter of the Revelations': also, some passages of that book of his entituled, 'The Neck of the Quakers broken' and in his letter to Thomas Taylor: whereby it might appear what Spirit the said Lodowick Muggleton is of, and from.