A br--f historicall Account, and Record of The first Rise, and progress of The Blessed Truth, Called in Derision Quakerism in and about -berdeen : of the oppositions and persecutions attending the same: The remarkable h-nd of God against its persecutors: And of his favours and Deliverances to The Fr

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A br--f historicall Account, and Record of The first Rise, and progress of The Blessed Truth, Called in Derision Quakerism in and about -berdeen : of the oppositions and persecutions attending the same: The remarkable h-nd of God against its persecutors: And of his favours and Deliverances to The Frinds and followers theirof.

Religious manuscript describing the history of the Society of Friends in Scotland from 1662 to 1687.

27 p.

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Jaffray, Alexander, 1614-1673

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Robinson, Richard, active 1573-1589

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Skene, Lilias, d. 1697.

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Skene, Alexander, active 1739

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Swinton, John, 1621?-1679

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Barclay, Robert, 1648-1690

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Robert Barclay, Quaker theologian, was born in 1648, the son of Colonel David Barclay of Ury, Scotland. He became a Quaker in 1667, shortly after his father joined the Society of Friends. His writings, especially his "Apology for the True Christian Divinity" (Latin, 1676; English, 1678) systemitized the principles of Quakerism. He travelled to Holland and Germany as a lay minister and served as the nonresident govenor of East Jersey. In 1669 he married Christian Molleson, a Quaker, and he died i...