|Statement||written by James Nayler ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||740 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||740|
Collection of sundry books, epistles and papers written by James Nayler. Cincinnati: B.C. Stanton, (OCoLC) Named Person: James Naylor; James Naylor: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Naylor. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "A collection of sundry books, epistles and papers". A partial collection of Nayler's writings was published in under the title A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles and Papers Written by James Nayler, edited by the year-old George Whitehead, who had once been a friend and companion of Nayler's; this was reprinted in Omitted were most of Nayler's replies to anti-Quaker pamphlets. A collection of sundry books, epistles and papers Naylor.
A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles and Papers. pymit No Comments. A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles, and - Booktopia. A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles and Papers. | | 0. A collection of sundry books, epistles and papers Naylor. A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles, and Papers Written by James Nayler, Some of Which Were Never Before Printed: with an Impartial Relation of the Most Remarkable Transactions Relating to His Life (), Internet Archive with downloadable pdfs of this copy of the George Whitehead edition. Nayler, James. A Collection of sundry Books, Epistles and Papers written by James Nayler. With an impartial Relation of the most remarkable Transactions relating to his Life. Parnell, James. Collection of his writings. ——Account of his life. By Smith, Charlotte F. Penington, Mary (daughter of Sir John Proude).
Harvard's copy of the Collection of Sundry Books has a history that deserves reflection. On the flyleaf an early purchaser inscribed his name and date in the Quaker style: "Jn. Pemberton, London 6th mo., 20th. " (he paid the considerable price of five shillings and sixpence for what must by then have been a used book). An understanding of the epistles of John is vital if one is going to have the proper attitudes toward and understanding of God, others, and himself. This study encompasses all three of these books. It includes introductions for each book, a chapter survey for First John . Quaker Resource Library of Aotearoa New Zealand - listing of collection sorted by title 17/7/ Author Title Date Publisher ISBN/ISSN Series Pollard, Francis E. - and so peace w. From ‘A Collection of Sundry Books, Epistles, and Papers’, &c., London, It seems to rely on oral tradition. I have followed the text in the Book, except that that has and takes its kingdom, and obtained this resurrection.