Author:Thomas Ellwood

Thomas Ellwood

English poet and Quaker theologian


  • An Alarm to the Priests (1660)
  • A Fresh Pursuit (1674)
  • Forgery no Christianity (1674)
  • The Foundation of Tithes shaken (1678)
  • An Antidote against the Infection of William Rogers' Book (1682)
  • A Caution to Constables... concerned in the execution of the Conventicle Act (1683)
  • A Discourse concerning Riots (1683)
  • A Seasonable Dissuasive from Persecution (1683)
  • Rogero Mastix (1685)
  • An Epistle to Friends (1686)
  • The Account from Wickham (1689)
  • Thomas Ellwood's Answer to... Leonard Key (1693?)
  • Deceit Discovered (1693)
  • A Fair Examination of a Foul Paper (1693)
  • A Reply to an Answer lately published to [William Penn's] "Brief Examination and State of Liberty," (1691)
  • An Epistle to Friends... warning them of George Keith (1694)
  • A Further Discovery of that Spirit of Contention... in George Keith (1694)
  • Truth Defended (1695)
  • An Answer to George Keith's Narrative (1696)
  • A sober Reply on behalf of the People called Quakers to two petitions against them (1699)
  • The Glorious Brightness of the Gospel Day (1707)
  • Sacred History, or the Historical Part of the Holy Scriptures of the Old Testament (1705)
  • Sacred History, or the Historical Part of the New Testament (1709)
  • Davideis: a Sacred Poem in Five Books (1712)
  • A Collection of Poems on various subjects (n.d.)

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