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(Click on author's name for a more complete reference below.)

Author(s) Date*      Title
G.E. Aylmer 1986 Rebellion or Revolution?
Margaret Hope Bacon 1986 Mothers of Feminism.
H. Barbour & J.W. Frost 1988 The Quakers.
Robert Barclay 1967 ed. Barclay's Apology.
William G. Bittle 1986 James Nayler, 1618-1660.
George Fox 1908 ed. Journal of George Fox. (available online)
  1975 ed. Journal of George Fox.
Margaret A. Fell Fox 1992 ed. A Sincere and Constant Love.
Edward Grubb 1925 Quaker Thought and History. (online)
Philip F. Gura 1984 A Glimpse of Sion's Glory.
Douglas Gwyn 1995 The Covenant Crucified.
Thomas D. Hamm 1988 The Transformation of American Quakerism.
Christopher Hill 1972 The World Turned Upside Down.
Ronald Hutton 1985 The Restoration.
H. Larry Ingle 1994 First Among Friends.
Mark Kishlansky 1996 A Monarchy Transformed.
T.B. Macaulay 1849 The History of England. (available online)
Jack D. Marietta 1984 The Reformation of American Quakerism.
George McKay 1996 Senseless Acts of Beauty.
A.L. Morton 1974 "Introduction" in Freedom in Arms.
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting 1972 Faith and Practice.
Barry Reay 1985 The Quakers and the English Revolution.
W.C. Sellar & R.J. Yeatman 1931 1066 and all that.
D. Elton Trueblood 1966 The People Called Quakers.
C.V. Wedgwood 1964 A Coffin for King Charles.
H.R. Williamson 1946 Charles and Cromwell.
John Woolman 1898 ed. The Journal of John Woolman. (online)
Austin Woolrych 1982. Commonwealth to Protectorate.

* - Date is the earliest, unless marked "ed." as an edition.

Sources cited, in the Glossary and elsewhere in these pages:

| ^ |   Aylmer, G. E.
Rebellion or Revolution: England 1640-1660. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1986.
| ^ |   Bacon, Margaret Hope.
Mothers of Feminism: The Story of Quaker Women in America, second edition. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Friends General Conference, 1986. (Originally published by Harper & Row.)
| ^ |   Barbour, Hugh, and J. William Frost.
The Quakers, paperback edition. Richmond, Indiana: Friends United Press, 1994. (First edition. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood, 1988.)
| ^ |   Barclay, Robert.
Barclay's Apology, in modern English. Dean Freiday, editor. Newberg, Oregon: The Barclay Press, 1991. (Freiday's edition was first published in 1967.)
First written and published in Latin, in 1676, then in English, 1678. According to Freiday, the Quakers have kept it in print ever since.
| ^ |   Bittle, William G.
James Nayler, 1618-1660: The Quaker Indicted by Parliament. York, England: William Sessions Ltd. (in association with Friends United Press, Richmond, Indiana) 1986.
| ^ |   Fox, George.
The Journal of George Fox Edited by Rufus M. Jones. With an essay by Henry J. Cadbury, 1963. Glossary-Index, 1983. Reprinted from the 1908 edition. Richmond, In.: Friends United Press, 1976.
The Journal of George Fox Edited by John L. Nickalls. With an epilogue by Henry J. Cadbury and an introduction by Geoffrey F. Nuttall. Philadelphia, Pa.: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends with permission of London Yearly Meeting of RSoF, 1995. First printed, being published by the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press, 1952. Reprinted by London Yearly Meeting with minor corrections, 1975.
Written by Fox later in his life with the benefit of hindsight, at a time when the Religious Society of Friends was struggling for acceptance. It was later edited after his death by Thomas Ellwood, under the direction of the Second-day Morning Meeting, and published in 1694. Two editions (mentioned above) are in print. The 1908 Rufus Jones edition (available at this site) is greatly abridged. The Nickalls edition includes passages that were edited out when it was first published.
| ^ |   Fox, Margaret Askew Fell.
A Sincere and Constant Love: an Introduction to the Work of Margaret Fell. Edited and with introductions by Terry H.S. Wallace. Richmond, Indiana: Friends United Press, 1992.
| ^ |   Grubb, Edward.
Quaker Thought and History: A Volume of Essays. New York: Macmillan Company, 1925.
| ^ |   Gura, Philip F.
A Glimpse of Sion's Glory: Puritan Radicalism in New England 1620-1660. Middletown, Ct: Wesleyan University Press, 1984.
| ^ |   Gwyn, Douglas.
The Covenant Crucified: Quakers and the Rise of Capitalism. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill Publications, 1995.
| ^ |   Hamm, Thomas D.
The Transformation of American Quakerism: Orthodox Friends, 1800-1907. Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 1988.
| ^ |   Hill, Christopher.
The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas During the English Revolution. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1975. (First published by Maurice Temple Smith, 1972.)
| ^ |   Hutton, Ronald.
The Restoration: A Political and Religious History of England and Wales 1658-1667. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1985.
(Reviews the restoration of monarchy, following Reay in seeing the radical Quaker movement as an important trigger for this reaction.)
| ^ |   Ingle, H. Larry.
First Among Friends: George Fox and the Creation of Quakerism. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994.
(A biography of George Fox by a professional historian and Friend, who tries to be true to both sets of peers.)
| ^ |   Kishlansky, Mark.
A Monarchy Transformed: Britain 1603-1714. London: Penguin, 1996. (Volume VI of The Penguin History of Britain)
| ^ |   Macaulay, Thomas Babington.
The History of England from The Accession of James II. Vol. 1. Originally published 1849.
This version of history was supposedly favored by the Whigs in Britain, while the Tories favored Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon's The History of the Rebellion, first published in 1702.
| ^ |   Marietta, Jack D.
The Reformation of American Quakerism, 1748-1783. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1984.
| ^ |   McKay, George.
Senseless Acts of Beauty: Cultures of Resistance since the Sixties. London and New York: Verso, 1996.
| ^ |   Morton, A. L.
"Introduction," in Freedom in Arms: A Selection of Leveller Writings. New York: International, 1974.
| ^ |   Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends.
Faith and Practice: A Book of Christian Discipline, revised edition. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, 1972. (Adopted 1955, Revised 1972.)
| ^ |   Reay, Barry.
The Quakers and the English Revolution. Forward by Christopher Hill. London: Temple Smith, 1985.
| ^ |   Sellar, W. C., and R. J. Yeatman.
1066 and all that: English History Served Up A La Carte -- A Unique and Hilarious Spoof. New York: Dutton, 1931.
| ^ |   Trueblood, D. Elton.
The People Called Quakers. Richmond, Indiana: Friends United Press, 1971. (First edition, Harper and Row, 1966)
(A good look at the history of Quakerism from the Gurneyite "programmed" Friends' perspective.)
| ^ |   Wedgwood, C. V.
A Coffin for King Charles: The Trial and Execution of Charles I. New York: Macmillan, 1964
| ^ |   Williamson, Hugh Ross.
Charles and Cromwell. London: Duckworth, 1946.
(A staunchly royalist account, framed as a personal contest between Charles I and Oliver Cromwell.)
| ^ |   Woolman, John.
The Journal of John Woolman. Edited and with an Introduction by Alexander Smellie. Appreciation by John G. Whittier. London: Andrew Melrose, 1898.
| ^ |   Woolrych, Austin.
Commonwealth to Protectorate. Clarendon Press, 1982. Reprint edition, London: Phoenix Press, 2000.
(A helpful look at the so-called "Barebones Parliament," 1653, which came to the brink of adopting anti-thitheing legislation before a coalition of conservatives and militarists brought about its dissolution.)