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Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project, "Library of the Religious Society of Friends," [http://www.hull.ac.uk/oldlib/archives/quaker/fhl.htm]: ''"[Library of the Religious Society of Friends] holds the central archives of Britain Yearly Meeting, the major Quaker periodicals and monograph publications, as well as manuscripts and pictures. Particularly important items include the Great Books of Sufferings, Quarterly Meeting returns of sufferings, the Wensleydale Journal of Norman Penney, numerous printed tracts, '''and the virtually unique Dictionary of Quaker Biography'''."''
Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project, "Library of the Religious Society of Friends," [http://www.hull.ac.uk/oldlib/archives/quaker/fhl.htm]: ''"[Library of the Religious Society of Friends] holds the central archives of Britain Yearly Meeting, the major Quaker periodicals and monograph publications, as well as manuscripts and pictures. Particularly important items include the Great Books of Sufferings, Quarterly Meeting returns of sufferings, the Wensleydale Journal of Norman Penney, numerous printed tracts, '''and the virtually unique Dictionary of Quaker Biography'''."''
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Rebecca Larson, "Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, 1700-1775," (2000): 64, ''"Some preachers, usually those with smaller 'gifts', never experienced a 'concern' to travel 'in the service of Truth.' But at least two-thirds of female preachers listed in the ''''Dictionary of Quaker Biography,'''' did travel on religious service."''
Rebecca Larson, "Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, 1700-1775," (2000): 64, ''"Some preachers, usually those with smaller 'gifts', never experienced a 'concern' to travel 'in the service of Truth.' But at least two-thirds of female preachers listed in the ''''Dictionary of Quaker Biography,'''' did travel on religious service."''

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Contents

JSTOR

Edwin B. Bronner, "Moderates in London Yearly Meeting, 1857 - 1873: Precursors of Quaker Liberals," Church History 59, no. 3 (September 1990): 366

Park, Jihang, "The British Suffrage Activists of 1913: An Analysis," Past and Present 120, (Aug 1988): 157

Warren M. Billings, "A Quaker in Seventeenth-Century Virginia: Four Remonstrances by George Wilson," The William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Ser., Vol. 33, No. 1 (Jan 1976): 129

Phyllis Mack, "Feminine Behavior and Radical Action: Franciscans, Quakers, and the Followers of Gandhi," Signs Vol. 11, No. 3 (Spring 1986): 467

Jack D. Marietta, "Wealth, War and Religion: The Perfecting of Quaker Asceticism 1740-1783," Church History Vol. 43, No. 2 (Jun 1974), pp. 236

Margaret Morris Haviland, "Beyond Women's Sphere: Young Quaker Women and the Veil of Charity in Philadelphia, 1790-1810," The William and Mary Quarterly 3rd Ser., Vol. 51, No. 3, Mid-Atlantic Perspectives (Jul 1994): 443

Google

"The Binns Family," [1]

Kate Peters, "Print Culture and the Early Quakers,": [2]

Yorkshire Quaker Heritage Project, "Library of the Religious Society of Friends," [3]: "[Library of the Religious Society of Friends] holds the central archives of Britain Yearly Meeting, the major Quaker periodicals and monograph publications, as well as manuscripts and pictures. Particularly important items include the Great Books of Sufferings, Quarterly Meeting returns of sufferings, the Wensleydale Journal of Norman Penney, numerous printed tracts, and the virtually unique Dictionary of Quaker Biography."

Google Books (not completed)

Rebecca Larson, "Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, 1700-1775," (2000): 64, "Some preachers, usually those with smaller 'gifts', never experienced a 'concern' to travel 'in the service of Truth.' But at least two-thirds of female preachers listed in the 'Dictionary of Quaker Biography,' did travel on religious service."

Josephon Harold, "Biographical Dictionary of Modern Peace Leaders,": 353, 447, 738

Taylor & Francis Group, Cathy Hartley, Susan Leckey, "A Historical Dictionary of British Women,": 48- Biddle, Esther (fl.1629-96)

Jennings, Judith, "The Business of Abolishing the Slave Trade"

Ceadel, Martin "The Origins of War Prevention: The British Peace Movement and International Relations, 1730-1854," Abbreviations page

Google Scholar

Moderates in London Yearly Meeting, 1857-1873: Precursors of Quaker Liberals EB Bronner - Church History, 1990 - JSTOR

The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, 1783-1807 J Jennings, J Jennings - 1997 - books.google.com

The Origins of War Prevention: The British Peace Movement and International Relations, 1730-1854 M Ceadel - 1996 - books.google.com

Feminine Behavior and Radical Action: Franciscans, Quakers, and the Followers of Gandhi P Mack - Signs, 1986 - JSTOR

A Survey of African Material in the Libraries and Archives of Protestant Missionary Societies in … M Cason - History in Africa, 1981 - JSTOR

Wealth, War and Religion: The Perfecting of Quaker Asceticism 1740-1783 JD Marietta - Church History, 1974 - JSTOR

Women In The Seventeenth-Century Quaker Community: A Literary Study of Political Identities, 1650- … C Gill - 2005 - books.google.com

Beyond Women's Sphere: Young Quaker Women and the Veil of Charity in Philadelphia, 1790-1810 MM Haviland - The William and Mary Quarterly, 1994 - JSTOR

POEMS BY PEREGRINE TYZACK (1706-1770) OS PICKERING - Notes and Queries, 2011 - Oxford Univ Press

Famous murderer caught by the wire S Gazette - PHARMACEUTICAL JOURNAL (VOL 269), 2002 - pharmj.com

The British Suffrage Activists of 1913: An Analysis J Park - Past and Present, 1988 - JSTOR

The ‘Durty Spirit’at Hertford: A Falling out of Friends B ADAMS - The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 2002 - Cambridge Univ Press

A Quaker in Seventeenth-Century Virginia: Four Remonstrances by George Wilson WM Billings - The William and Mary Quarterly, 1976 - JSTOR

Kansas Qaakers and the (‘Great Exodus? Conflicting Perceptions of Responsibility Within a … RB WOODS, A SLOAN - Blackwell Synergy

Visionary Women: Ecstatic Prophecy in Seventeenth-Century England P Mack - 1995 - books.google.com

Moral Fibre: The Negotiation of Microscopic Facts in Victorian Britain LS Jacyna - Journal of the History of Biology, 2003 - Springer

Humble Heroes: How the American Friends Service Committee struggled to save Oswald Kernberg and … L Gumpert - thesis.haverford.edu

Quakerism and Visual Culture 1650-1800 - M Pointon - Art History, 1997 - ingentaconnect.com

Amazon

Judith Jennings, "The Business of Abolishing the British Slave Trade, 1783-1807,": 17-21, 31-32, 96-97, 136

Judith Jennings, "Gender, Religion, And Radicalism in the Long Eighteenth Century: The 'ingenious Quaker' and Her Connections,": 44, 47, 141-142, 161-163

David Brion Davis, "The Problem of Slavery in the Age of Revolution, 1770-1823,": 234, 236-237

Thomas Bender, "The Antislavery Debate: Capitalism and Abolitionism as a Problem in Historical Interpretation,": 46, 48

ProQuest Research Library

Friends in life & death // Review
Vann, Richard T, Eversley, David, Hatton, Helen E (REVIEWER). Canadian Journal of History. Saskatoon: Apr 1993. Vol. 28, Iss. 1; pg. 98

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ACLS Humanities E-Book

Title: Prostitution and Victorian society : women, class, and the state
Author: Walkowitz, Judith R.
Publication Info: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ;: Cambridge University Press, 1980.

ATLA Religin Database

TI: Dictionary of Quaker biography.
AU: Bronner,-Edwin-B
SO: Quaker-History. 54 no 1 Spr 1965, p 45.

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