Folger bibliographic ID: 79644
ESTC number: R26927
Wing number: S4287
Folger call number: S4287
Folger holdings ID: 81680
Smith's collected works arranged in chronological order Place of publication from Wing "Epistle dedicatory" signed: Ellis Hookes "An epistle to Friend and other readers" signed: John Whitehead Signatures: pi² 2pi1 a-b⁴ B-Z², <a>-<f>² 2A-2H² <>² 2I-3L² 3M⁴ [3N]² 3O-3S², ³T², 3U-3Y² 3Z⁴ 4A-5F² 5G-5N⁴, *5N⁴(-*5N4), 5O-6V² 6X1; b2 missigned 'c2'; square brackets used in signatures rendered here as "<>."
The lying spirit in the mouth of the false prophet -- The day-spring from on high, visiting the world -- The faithful witness -- A tender visitation of the Fathers love to all the elect-children -- A short testimony on the behalf of truths innocency -- The morning-watch -- An holy kiss of peace, sent from the seed of life -- The true light shining in England -- To the present authority or heads of the nation of England -- Sweet oyle poured forth through the horn of salvation -- To the man called Pope -- The cause plainly shewed of the persecution which is now upon the innocent people called Quakers -- The new-creation brought forth, in the holy order of life -- A catechism to all preists and prelates [i.e. A catechism to all priests and prelates] -- To John James and his people -- A message from the Spirit of Truth unto all the world -- The banner of love -- A Christian life manifested -- A manifestation of the love of God -- To the faithful followers of the Lamb -- Liberty of conscience pleaded by several weighty reasons, on the behalf of the people of God called Quakers -- Gospel-tydings -- An alarm beat in the holy mountain -- The work of Gods power in man -- The shephards care over his flock -- The narrow way which leads to life discovered -- A distinction between the true and false love -- Universal love -- A real demonstration of the true order in the Spirit of God, and of the ground of all formality and idolatry A message of pure love unto the inhabitants of the town of Nottingham -- A demonstration of the new and living way -- A general epistle from the Spirit of love and peace unto all the upright Israelites ... -- The standing truth -- A catechism [published originally as A new catechism] -- Joyful tidings to the begotten of God in all -- An answer unto a book intituled Shetinah [sic] -- Some proverbs of truth -- Some clear truths particularly demonstrated unto the King and Council -- A few plain words concerning conformity in mater [i.e. matter] of religion and worship -- A shrot [i.e. short] manifestation of the main end of outward government -- The ravenous beast discovered, and the devourer pursued -- A free flowing of the Father's love to the heirs of the kingdom -- Some queries proposed to the ministers of England -- The glory of the new covenant -- To all the faithful in Christ Jesus -- An epistle & exhortation to watchfulness in the truth -- Man is principally to mind his duty unto God -- A general summons from the authority of truth unto all ecclesiastical courts and officers -- The everlasting truth exalted -- A few vvords unto a particular people -- A spiritual prospective glass -- An epistle to the flock of Christ -- To the king and both houses of Parliament -- An epistle to all the called and chosen of God -- The Baptists sophistry discovered
Item information about Folger S4287
Imperfect: wanting p. 65-70 (leaves 3R1-3S2), containing: The shephards care over his flock -- The narrow way which leads to life discovered -- A distinction between the true and false love. Manuscript notes. Some repairs, affecting text. Provenance: inscriptions on t.p.: "... John King Bought this Book In th[e?] yare of 1688"; on pi2r: "Jacob Jephutt [Jephcott?] 4th Month 1838"; and on 5B2r: "John Ba[ford?] his Booke Thomas Barfoote [?]"
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associated with: Hookes, Ellis, -1681
associated with: Whitehead, John, 1630-1696