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         Quakers:     more books (100)
  1. Quaker Communities in Early Modern Wales: From Resistance to Respectability (University of Wales - Bangor History of Religion) by Richard Allen, 2007-09-20
  2. Quaker enterprise in biscuits: Huntley and Palmers of Reading, 1822-1972, by T. A. B Corley, 1972
  3. Imaginary Friends: Representing Quakers in American Culture, 1650-1950 (Studies in American Thought and Culture) by James Emmett Ryan, 2009-05-15
  4. The Quakers (American Religious Experience) by Jean Kinney Williams, 1998-09
  5. Early Quaker Writings: 1650-1700
  6. A Book of Quaker Saints by L. V. Hodgkin, 2010-03-06
  7. THE LITTLE QUAKER BOOK OF WEIGHT LOSS by Ellie Caldwell, 2010-08-11
  8. Twenty-First Century Penn: Writings On The Faith And Practice Of The People Called Quakers by William Penn, 2003-08
  9. The Quaker Peace Testimony, 1660-1914 by Peter Brock, 1991-01
  10. The Quaker Bible Reader
  11. Quaker Constitutionalism and the Political Thought of John Dickinson by Jane E. Calvert, 2008-12-08
  12. Quaker Indictment (Quaker Sojourn) by Irene Allen, 1999-01-15
  13. Quaker Testimony by Irene Allen, 1998-01-15
  14. The Meanings of Silence in Quaker Worship by Stanford J., Ph.d. Searl, 2006-02

101. A Portraiture Of Quakerism
Complete online text of Thomas Clarkson s 1806 work on Quaker beliefs and customs.

A Portraiture 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 by
Amusements distinguishable into useful and hurtful — the latter specified and forbidden.
SECT. I. Games of chance forbidden — history of the origin of some of these. SECT. II. Forbidden as below the dignity of the intellect of man, and of his Christian character. SECT. III. As producing an excitement of the passions, unfavorable to religious impressions — historical anecdotes of this excitement. SECT. IV. As tending to produce, by the introduction of habits of gaming, an alteration in the moral character. CHAPTER III - Quaker View of Music SECT. I. Music forbidden — instrumental innocent in itself, but greatly abused — the use of it almost inseparable from its abuse at the present day. SECT. II. Quakers cannot learn instrumental on the usual motives of the world — nor consider it as a source of moral improvement, or of solid comfort to the mind—but are fearful that, if indulged in, it would interfere with the Christian duty of religious retirement. SECT III. Quakers cannot learn vocal, because, on account of its articulative powers, it is capable of becoming detrimental to morals — its tendency to this, as discoverable by an analysis of different classes of songs.

102. Quaker Science Fiction
List of science fiction novels with Quaker characters or references.

103. Quaker Periodicals
Listing of a number of Quaker periodicals, including contact and other information on a few of them.
Quaker Periodicals
The Friend , The weekly Quaker magazine published in London. Friends Journal , pub. by Friends Pub. Corp, 1216 Arch Street, Ste. 2A, Philadelphia, PA 19107, ask Friends World News, pub. by Friends World Committee For Consultation, published by FWCC's World Office at 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2AX. Available in the Americas from FWCC Section of the Americas, 1506 Race Street Philadelphia PA 19102, or Wider Quaker Fellowship, also at 1506 Race St., Philadelphia, PA 19102, 3 English and one Spanish issues/year, subscription by "donation." Their mailings include some Pendle Hill pamphlets plus things published exclusively for them as well. Request English-only, Spanish-only, or bilingual mailings. Universalist. pub. by Quaker Universalist group (Britain) . There used to be a way to subscribe from the US in US funds but that has changed recently and I don't know the exact method. The only address I have is: Jean Hardy, 25 Woodgrange Avenue, Ealing Common, London W5 3NY, Great Britain. 3 issues/year. Universalist Friends, pub. by Quaker Universalist Fellowship, 121 Watson Mill Road, Landenberg, PA 19350. This is NOT the same as the Universalist listed above. This is a US group. $10 = year/2 issues. I have found their publication dates a bit quirky. Perhaps they can give you better info on the British group?

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