Hicksite-Orthodox Controversy, a Collection of Fifteen Early 19th Century Pamphlets. Including: Emmor Kimber's A Letter to a Friend in New-York, Philadelphia: E. Littlell, for the Author, 1822; A Letter from Elias Hicks to William Pool, of Wilmington, Del., Jericho, 12th mo. 7th 1823; Remarks on the Unity of God by a Lover of Truth, Philadelphia: for the author, 1823; Copy of Ann Shipley's Letter on the Dispute of the Statements of Anna Braithwaite and Elias Hicks, [c. 1824]; The Misrepresentations of Anna Braithwait, in Relation to the Doctrines Preached by Elias Hicks, Philadelphia: Printed for the Purchaser, 1824; An Examination of a Pamphlet, Entitled the Misrepresentations of Anna Braithwaite, in Relation to Doctrines Preached by Elias Hicks, New York: Printed for the Reader, [n.d.]; Letter of Elias Hicks to Edwin A. Atlee, [no publication information, circa 1824]; A Letter, on the Dispute of the Statements of Anna Raithwaite [sic] and Elias Hicks. Said to Have Been Written by Ann Shipley, Philadelphia: Printed for the Purchaser, 1824; A Letter from a Friend in the Country to a Friend in the City, Containing Remarks on Late Reviews of Some Letters of Elias Hicks, Philadelphia, 1824; George Whitehead's A Gospel Salutation in True Christian Love, Recommended to Friends, Philadelphia, 1826; Barclay's A Confession of Faith Which Contains a True Account of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called Quakers, Philadelphia: by Joseph R.A. Skerrett, 1827; Matters of Fact Relative to Late Occurrences among Professional Quakers, Philadelphia, 1827; James Cockburn's A Letter to Thomas Wistar, Relating to Recent Transactions in the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia for Western District, Philadelphia: Printed on the Vertical Press by D. & S. Neall, [c. 1827]; Letter of Elias Hicks, c. 1828; A Letter from Elias Hicks to William Pool, of Wilmington, Del., Jericho, 12th mo. 7th 1823; [and] John Comly's An Epistle, or Salutation in Gospel Love, Philadelphia: J. Richards, 1832, all bound together in half green buckram with marbled paper boards, 6 3/4 x 4 in.
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