George Whitehead (1637-1724)

Country :Grande-Bretagne
Language :anglais
Gender :masculin
Birth :1637
Death :08-03-1724
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ISNI :ISNI 0000 0000 2220 2683


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  • Contenu dans : Reason against railing, and truth against fiction, being an answer to those two late pamphlets, intituled "A Dialogue between a Christian and a Quaker" and the "Continuation of the Dialogue etc.", by one Thomas Hicks,...

    An Appendix being some sober and short animadversions upon certain passages in Tho. Hicks's "Dialogue" and "Continuation of the Dialogue", by which his unchristian spirit is further detected to the world ; also a collection of those doctrines and principles which have been chiefly controverted between us, granted and confest to by our present opposer Thomas Hicks.... - [1]

    Material description : [10]-186-50 p.
    Note : Note : Contient " An Appendix : being some sober and short animadversions upon certain passages in Tho. Hick's Dialogue and Continuation of the dialogue" par George Whitehead, avec page de titre et pagination particulières, mais signatures continues
    Sources : Wing
    Edition : [London] : [by Andrew Sowle] , 1673

  • The Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated by Scripture, reason and authorities against injurious attempts that have been lately made by several adversaries... in II parts, the 1st more general, by William Penn, the 2nd more particular, by George Whitehead

    Material description : 2 parties en 1 vol. in-fol.
    Note : Note : La 2e partie a son titre propre qui porte : "The Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony vindicated, against the adversaries of the true light, being the 2nd part, containing a more particular answer to the Baptists, and others arguments, exceptions, errors and falasies herein specified"... avec la date "1673"
    Edition : (S. l.,) , 1674

  • Due order of law and justice pleaded against irregular and arbitrary proceedings, in the case and late imprisonment of George Whitehead and Thomas Burr in the city and county goal of Norwich, from the 21st day of the 1st moneth, called March, 1679, to the 12th day of the 5th moneth, called July, 1680 ; being an impartial account of the most material passages (and letters to the magistrates) relating to the said proceedings with the prisoners abovesaid, wherein the people called Quakers are vindicated and cleared from popery. Published for information and caution, on the behalf of true Protestants...

    Material description : In-4° , avis au lecteur, table et 103 p.
    Note : Note : Publié par E. Hookes, qui signe l'avis au lecteur
    Edition : London : printed by A. Sowle and sold at his shop , 1680

  • Enthusiasm above atheism, or Divine inspiration and immediate illumination, by God himself asserted and the children of light vindicated, in answer to a book entituled "The Danger of enthusiasm discovered", by George Whitehead

    Material description : In-8° , 75 p.
    Edition : (S. l.,) , 1674

  • The Nature of christianity in the true light asserted, in opposition to antichristianism, darkness, confusion and sin-pleasing doctrines, being a looking-glass for sin-pleasing professors of all sorts, written upon particular occasion herein signified by... G. Whitehead

    Material description : In-4° , 74 p. et errata
    Note : Note : En réponse à l'ouvrage de Robert Gordon : "Christianity vindicated". - Suivi de "An Aditional postscript by George Keith to Robert Gordon"
    Edition : (S. l.,) , 1671


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  • Documents by this author : The way of life and perfection livingly demonstrated in some serious animadversions, or Remarks and answers upon the book entituled ″The Middle way of perfection, with indifferency between the Orthodox and the Quaker″... by George Whitehead, 1676
  • Ouvrages de reference : Oxford DNB (2005-02-09)
    DNB [né en 1636 ou 1637 ; mort le 8 mars 1723]
  • Catalogues de la BnF : BN Cat. gén. : Whitehead (George), quaker

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