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The Quaker Invasion of Massachusetts Richard P. Hallowell

The Quaker Invasion of Massachusetts

Richard P. Hallowell

Published March 1st 2006
ISBN : 9781410225283
Paperback
236 pages
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CHAPTER I Introductory. -The Rise of Quakerism CHAPTER II The Invasion. -Measures of Resistance and Defense CHAPTER III The Warfare CHAPTER IV Character and Conduct of the Invaders. -Modern Reviewers Reviewed CHAPTER V The Cause of the War, and ItsMoreCHAPTER I Introductory. -The Rise of Quakerism CHAPTER II The Invasion. -Measures of Resistance and Defense CHAPTER III The Warfare CHAPTER IV Character and Conduct of the Invaders. -Modern Reviewers Reviewed CHAPTER V The Cause of the War, and Its Results APPENDIX. Colonial Laws for the Suppression of Quakers Petition for Severer Laws against the Quakers, October, 1658 The Examination of Quakers at ye Court of Assistants in Boston, March 7, 1659-60 James Cudworths Letter, Written in the Tenth Month, 1658 The Story of Hored Gardner Recapitulation of the Sufferings of Laurence and Cassandra Southick A Brief Sketch of the Sufferings of Elizabeth Hooten. Order for sending Quakers out of the Jurisdiction- together with the Petition of John Rouse, John Copeland, Samuel Shattock and others to the King for Interference The Kings Missive Order for Release and Discharge of Quaker Prisoners Subsequent Legislation and Persecution Trial of Margaret Brewster and Others Abstract from Joint Letter of William Robinson and Marmaduke Stevenson Letter of Mary Dyer Abstract of Letter from William Leddra, written to his Friends on the Day before his Execution Daniel Goulds Letter Letter from Mary Traske and Margaret Smith, accusing the Government John Burstows Letter Letter from Josiah Suthick, a Quaker, to the Deputies assembled in the General Court