William Penn (1644-1718)

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Country : Grande-Bretagne
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Londres, 14-10-1644
Death : Ruscombe, GB, 30-07-1718
Note :
Quaker, fondateur de la colonie de Pennsylvanie et de Philadelphie
Variant of the name : Guillaume Penn (1644-1718)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2099 9286

Activities of William Penn (1644-1718) (69)

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William Penn on religion and ethics
Sans croix, point de couronne...
Essai d'un projet pour rendre la paix de l'Europe solide et durable (1693?)
The Papers of William Penn
The Papers of William Penn 1
My Irish journal, 1669-1670, by William Penn. Edited by Isabel Grubb... Introduction by Henry J. Cadbury
William Penns Völkerbundplan
A Brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers... by W. Penn
Fruits de la solitude, ou Réflexions et maximes sur la manière de se conduire dans le cours de la vie, par Guillaume Penn. Nouvellement traduit de l'anglois par Ed.-P. Bridel. 2e édition
Fruits de l'amour d'un père, ou Avis de Guillaume Penn à ses enfans, touchant leur conduite tant en matière civile, qu'en matière de religion. Nouvellement traduit de l'anglois par Ed.-P. Bridel. 2e édition
Fruits de l'amour d'un père, ou Avis de Guillaume Penn à ses enfants touchant leur conduite tant en matière civile qu'en matière de religion... 2e édition
Fruits de la solitude, ou Réflexions et maximes sur la manière de se conduire dans le cours de la vie... 2e édition
Point de croix, point de couronne, discours dans lequel en expliquant la nature et la discipline de la sainte croix de Christ... par Guillaume Penn. Traduit de l'anglois par Ed. P. Bridel
Point de croix, point de couronne, discours dans lequel... l'auteur fait voir que la seule voie pour arriver au repos et au Royaume de Dieu est de se renoncer soi-même...
Fruits de la solitude, ou Reflexions et maximes sur la maniere de se conduire dans le cours de la vie
Fruits de l'amour d'un père, ou Avis de Guillaume Penn a ses enfans, touchant leur conduite tant en matiere civile, qu'en matiere de religion
Histoire abrégée de l'origine et de la formation de la société dite des Quakers... par Guillaume Penn,... Nouvellement traduite de l'anglais par Ed.-P. Bridel
No cross, no crown, a discourse shewing nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ... by William Penn... The 2d edition...
Exposition succincte de l'origine et des progrès du peuple qu'on appelle les Quakers ou les Trembleurs
A Brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers... by W. Penn
Point de croix, point de couronne : ou traité sur la nature & la discipline de la sainte croix de Christ
A Collection of the works of William Penn... To which is prefixed a journal of his life, with many original letters and papers not before published
La clef, pour ouvrir la voye à quiconque a le sens commun, afin de reconnoître la difference qu'il y a entre la religion de ceux qu'on appelle trembleurs, & les renversemens, déguisemens & calomnies, dont plusieurs de leurs adversaires se servent, pour representer leurs principes & leurs pratique
The Christian-Quaker and his divine testimony stated and vindicated from scripture, reason and authority, by W. Penn
A Brief account of the rise and progress of the people called Quakers... by W. Penn
Recueil de diverses pièces concernant la Pensylvanie. [Traduit de l'anglais de William Penn et Benjamin Furly.]
A Letter from William Penn, proprietary and governour of Pensylvania... to the committee of the free Society of traders of that province residing in London, containing a general description of the said province... to which is added an account of the city of Philadelphia...
An Epistle containing a salutation to all faithful friends, a reproof to the unfaithful and a visitation to the enquiring in a solemn farewell to them all in the land of my nativity. [Signé : W. P. (William Penn).]
The Frame of the government of the province of Pennsylvania in America together with certain laws agreed upon in England by the Governour [William Penn.]
No cross, no crown, a discourse shewing nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ... by William Penn... The 2d edition...
A Brief examination and state of liberty spiritual both with respect to persons in their private capacity and in their church society... Willam Penn...
An Address to protestants upon the present conjuncture... by a protestant, William Penn
To the Children of light in this generation... [Signé : William Penn.]
A Brief answer to a false and foolish libell, called : "The Quakers opinions"... by W. P. [William Penn.]
The Skirmisher defeated and truth defended, being an answer to a pamphlet entituled : "A Skirmish made upon Quakerism", by William Penn
The Continued cry of the oppressed for justice, being a farther account of the... cruel proceedings... against the... Quakers... by the author of "England's present interest", etc. [William Penn]
A Treatise of oaths, containing several weighty reasons why the people call'd Quakers refuse to swear und those confirmed by numerous testimonies... [by William Penn.]
Epistola consulibus cum senatu Dantisci, a Gulielmo Penn,... nuper conscripta... nunc vero typis publice data ; eum in finem, ut omnes et praesertim terrarum orbis potestates, simul ac clerici, apud se perpendere possint, quot et qualia sequantur absurda atque incommoda ex fundamentis istis, quae ad alios, causa religionis... persequendos, usurpari solent
Saul smitten to the ground, being a brief but faithful narrative of the dying remorse of a late living enemy... Matthew Hide... with an appendix both to foes and friends on this occasion, by William Penn
Christian liberty as it was soberly desired in a letter to certain forreign states upon occasion of their late severity to several of their inhabitants meerly for their different perswasion and practice in point of faith...
The Christian-Quaker, and his divine testimony vindicated by scripture, reason and authorities against the injurious attempts that have been lately made by several adversaries... in II parts, the 1st more general, by William Penn, the 2d more particular, by George Whitehead
The Counterfeit christian detected, and the real quaker justified... by a lover of truth and peace, W. P. [William Penn]
Quakerism a new nick-name for old christianity, being an answer to a book intituled "Quaquerism no christianity" suscribed by J. Faldo... by... William Penn
Judas and the Jews combined against Christ and his followers, being a re-joynder to the late nameless reply called "Tyranny and hypocrisie detected" made against a book entituled "The Spirit of Alexander the Copper-Swith rebuked"... by William Penn...
Wisdom justified of her Children from the ignorance and calumny of H. Hallywell in his book called "An Account of familism as it is revised and propagated by the quakers", by William Penn
The Invalidity of John Faldo's, vindication of his book called "Quakerism no christianity"... by W. P. [William Penn]
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,...
The Spirit of truth vindicated against that of error and envy, unseasonably manifested in a late malicious libel intituled, "The Spirit of the quakers tryed", etc., by a friend to righteousness and peace, W. P. [William Penn.]
Truth exalted in a short but sure testimony... in the life and doctrine of the despised Quakers... by William Penn...
The Great case of liberty of conscience once more briefly debated and defended... The authour W. P. [William Penn]
The Peoples antient and just liberties asserted in the tryal of William Penn and William Mead...
Innocency with her open face presented by way of apology for the book entituled "The Sandy foundation shaken"... by W. P. j. [William Penn]
Correspondence and autobiography. - [2]
The Peace of Europe. The fruits of solitude, and other writings by, William Penn. [With an introduction by Joseph Besse]
Témoignage d'un contemporain. - [1]
[Textes choisis]. - [1]
England's present interest discovered with honour to the prince and safety to the people... by William Penn
Selections from his Correspondence and autobiography. - [1]
A Letter of love to the young-convinced of that blessed everlasting way of truth and righteonsness, now testified unto by the people of the Lord (called Quakers)... [Signé : W. P. (William Penn) ; Carberry, 19, XII 1669.]
Un Essai pour la présente et future paix de l'Europe. - [1]
William Penn's Return to John Faldo's reply, called "a Curb for William Penn's confidence & C°." [Signé : William Penn, 12 sept. 1674.]
The Benefit of plantations or colonies.... - [3]
A Windidg-Sheet for controversie ended. [Signé : William Penn. 16 dec. 1672.]
Letters. - [1]

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Recueil de pièces concernant la famille de William Penn, fondateur de la Pensylvanie, et le général français comte Henri-Gatien Bertrand. (Anglais 98)
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The History of England, or Memorials of the English affairs, from the suppos'd expedition of Brute to this island, to the end of the reign of king James the First, by Sir Bulstrode Whitlocke,... Publish'd from his original manuscript by William Penn,... To which is prefix'd the author's life and a preface by James Welwood,...

Cartographe (1)

A map of the province of Pennsilvania contaning the three contryes of Chester, Philadelphia & Bucks

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Livres (6)

Liberty, conscience, and toleration
William Penn
William Penn, James Madison and the historical crisis in American federalism
Ils inventèrent le Nouveau Monde
The World of William Penn
William Penn and the founding of Pennsylvania, 1680-1684

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Penn achette des Sauvages le pays qu'il veut occuper // Liv. XVIII Pag.15
Guillaume Penn traite avec les Indiens // Etablissant la Province de Pensilvanie dans l'Amerique Septentrionale en 1681

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