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The Resource A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government: : exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority., Written before the departure of the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778. By a native of Pennsylvania. ; To which are added, for the information of all rational enquirers, an appendix, consisting of extracts from an essay concerning obedience to the Supreme powers, and the duty of subjects in all revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolution of 1688, (microform)

A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government: : exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority., Written before the departure of the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778. By a native of Pennsylvania. ; To which are added, for the information of all rational enquirers, an appendix, consisting of extracts from an essay concerning obedience to the Supreme powers, and the duty of subjects in all revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolution of 1688, (microform)

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A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government: : exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority.
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A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government:
Title remainder
exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority.
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Written before the departure of the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778. By a native of Pennsylvania. ; To which are added, for the information of all rational enquirers, an appendix, consisting of extracts from an essay concerning obedience to the Supreme powers, and the duty of subjects in all revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolution of 1688
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eng
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MWA
Citation location within source
  • 15844
  • 3712
Citation source
  • Evans
  • Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania
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Grey, Isaac
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1653?-1733
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Tindall, Matthew
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  • Society of Friends
  • Taxation
  • United States
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A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government: : exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority., Written before the departure of the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778. By a native of Pennsylvania. ; To which are added, for the information of all rational enquirers, an appendix, consisting of extracts from an essay concerning obedience to the Supreme powers, and the duty of subjects in all revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolution of 1688, (microform)
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  • Cover title: Just published and now selling at Bell's book-store, in Third-Street, Philadelphia, price five shillings, the original edition (with an introduction by the author, not in the other edition, containing matters of importance to the Society) of the Serious address to such of the people called Quakers. ..
  • Attributed to Isaac Grey by Evans
  • The introduction, evidently printed after the body of the work, precedes the title page
  • Printed in two columns
  • Bookseller's advertisements, front cover and p. 41-[42]
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black and white
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UMCaas99036976
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6x9 in. or 16x23 cm.
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not applicable
Extent
[6], 41, [3] p.
Form of item
microopaque
Generation
service copy
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positive
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Microopaque.
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  • microopaque
  • remote
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A serious address to such of the people called Quakers, on the continent of North-America, as profess scruples relative to the present government: : exhibiting the ancient real testimony of that people, concerning obedience to civil authority., Written before the departure of the British Army from Philadelphia, 1778. By a native of Pennsylvania. ; To which are added, for the information of all rational enquirers, an appendix, consisting of extracts from an essay concerning obedience to the Supreme powers, and the duty of subjects in all revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolution of 1688, (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Cover title: Just published and now selling at Bell's book-store, in Third-Street, Philadelphia, price five shillings, the original edition (with an introduction by the author, not in the other edition, containing matters of importance to the Society) of the Serious address to such of the people called Quakers. ..
  • Attributed to Isaac Grey by Evans
  • The introduction, evidently printed after the body of the work, precedes the title page
  • Printed in two columns
  • Bookseller's advertisements, front cover and p. 41-[42]
Base of film
not applicable
Color
black and white
Control code
UMCaas99036976
Dimensions
6x9 in. or 16x23 cm.
Emulsion on film
not applicable
Extent
[6], 41, [3] p.
Form of item
microopaque
Generation
service copy
Positive negative aspect
positive
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/reductionRatio
--
ReductionRatioRange
normal reduction
Reproduction note
Microopaque.
Specific material designation
  • microopaque
  • remote

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