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Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained

John Woolman

Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained

by John Woolman

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Published by Printed by Joseph Crukshank ... in Philadelahia [sic] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Society of Friends -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Woolman.
    ContributionsAmerican Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX7730 .W65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33, [1] p. (last page blank) ;
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL301319M
    LC Control Number97208638

    The testimony of Friends in Yorkshire, at their Quarterly-meeting , concerning John WoolmanA testimony of the Monthly-meeting of Friends, held in Burlington , concerning our esteemed friend John Woolman, deceased[pt. 1] A journal of the life, gospel-labours, and Christian experiences of that faithful minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolmanpt. 2, containing .   Considerations on the true harmony of mankind; and how it is to be maintained by John Woolman 3 editions - first published in Not in Library.

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Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained by John Woolman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Considerations on the true harmony of mankind; and how it is to be maintained — First published in Subjects Conduct of life, Doctrines, Early works toSociety of FriendsPages: Get this from a library.

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By John Woolman. ; [Four lines from Micah] Woolman, John, Philadelphia:: Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Third-Street, MDCCLXX.

[] Subject terms. Get this from a library. Serious considerations on various subjects of importance: Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained ; An epistle to the quarterly and monthly meeting of Friends ; Remarks on sundry subjects ; Some expressions of John Woolman in his last illness ; A word of remembrance and caution to the rich.

"Considerations on the True Harmony of Mankind, and How it is to be Maintained", Books The Journal of John Woolman, published posthumously in by Joseph Crukshank, a Philadelphia Quaker printer. CONSIDERATIONS ON THE TRUE HARMONY OF MANKIND, AND How it is to be maintained.

felt an inward Labour for the Good of my Fellow Creatures, and a Concern that the Holy Spirit, which alone can restore Mankind to a State of true Harmony, may with Singleness of Heart be waited for and followed. Same Book, Page "The Garments we wear. Considerations on the true harmony of mankind & how it is to be maintained --Conversations on the true harmony of mankind & how it may he promoted An epistle to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends --The final essays, written at sea and in England --Appendices.

A guide to the manuscripts of John Woolman's literary works Reviews: 3. Considerations on pure wisdom, and human policy; on labour; on schools; and on the right use of the Lord's outward gifts.

Considerations on the true harmony of mankind; and how it is to be maintained. Considerations on pure wisdom, and human policy --On labour --On schools --On the right use of the Lord's outward gifts --Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained --An epistle to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends --Remarks on sundry subjects --Some expressions of John Woolman in his last illness.

Considerations On the True Harmony of Mankind and How It Is To Be Maintained, ~~~ A Plea For the Poor, ~~~ Some Considerations On Trade, ~~~ Considerations On Pure Wisdom and Human Policy; On Labour; On Schools: and On the Right Use Of the Lord’s Outward Gifts, ~~~ Serious Considerations On Trade, "First issue of this edition, ; reprinted, " "Introduction by Vida D.

Scudder." "List of the works of John Woolman": p. xix "Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, and how it is to be maintained" (p.

Considerations on pure wisdom, and human policy; on labor; on schools; and on the right use of the Lord's outward gifts. Serious considerations on trade – First book for children – Considerations on the true harmony of mankind & how it is to be maintained – Conversations on the true harmony of mankind & how it may he promoted –.

Woolman wrote Some Considerations on the Keeping of Negroes (); Considerations on Pure Wisdom and Human Policy, on Labor, on Schools, and on the Right Use of the Lord's Outward Gifts (); Considerations on the True Harmony of Mankind, and How it is to be Maintained (); and A Word of Remembrance and Caution to the Rich (); and Born: Each of the 2 pts.

has special added t.p Signatures: A-2E⁸ 2F² The testimony of Friends in Yorkshire, at their Quarterly-Meeting, held at York the 24th and 25th of the third month,concerning John Woolman -- A testimony of the Monthly-Meeting of Friends, held in Burlington, the first day of the eighth month, in the year of Our Lord,concerning our esteemed.

"Considerations on the True Harmony of Mankind, and How it is to be Maintained", Book The Journal of John Woolman, published posthumously Works About Woolman. Cady, Edwin H. John Woolman: The Mind of the Quaker Saint.

New York: Washington Square, Fager, Charles. Octavo ( x mm), pp. (Some light spotting.) Contemporary British half calf over marbled boards, the flat spine divided into compartments by gilt rules and lettered directly in one, all edges speckled red.

(Endpapers a little spotted, extremities slightly rubbed, small hole at foot of upper joint.) A very good, crisp copy. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of The Journal and Essays of John Woolman ().

How it is to be maintained. An Epistle to the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings of Friends. Considerations on the True Harmony of Mankind - And how it is to be maintained. John Woolman" has special t. erations on pure wisdom and human policy; on labour; on schools; and on the right use of the Lord's outward giftsConsiderations on the true harmony of mankind; and how it is to be maintainedRemarks on sundry subjectsAn epistle to the Quarterly and Monthly meetings of Friends [dated 4th month, Woolman, John, Considerations on the true harmony of mankind; and how it is to be maintained.

By John Woolman. ; [Four lines from Micah] (Philadelphia:: Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in Third-Street, MDCCLXX. []) (HTML at Evans TCP). The American anti-slavery campaigner and minister of the Society of Friends (Quakers) John Woolman () was born in New Jersey to a Quaker family and as a young man became a firm opponent of slavery, travelling throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina to speak out against its evils: ‘at Philadelphia yearly.

Woolman wrote Some Considerations on the Keeping of Negroes (; part ii., ); Considerations on Pure Wisdom and Human Policy, on Labor, on Schools and on the Right Use of the Lord's Outward Gifts (); Considerations on the True Harmony of Mankind, and How it is to be Maintained (): and A Word of Remembrane and Caution .A journal of the life and travels -- Considerations on the keeping of Negros [sic] -- Considerations on pure wisdom, and human policy; on labour; on schools, etc.

-- Considerations on the true harmony of mankind, etc. --Remarks on sundry subjects -- An epistle to the quarterly and monthly meetings of Friends -- A word of remembrance and caution.