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[Title page of Anthony Benezet, Observations on the Inslaving, importing and purchasing of Negroes; ... extracted from ... the Yearly-meeting of ... Quakers, 1760]

Philadelphia 18th 12th Mo. 1790. Yesterday a deputation of the religious society called Quakers, attended the house of representatives of the United States with the following address and memorial asserting the rights of conscience and the reason

The Committee to whom was referred the several petitions of the Quakers of New-England, of the Providence Society for the abolition of the slave-trade, and the petition from the delegates of the several societies for the same purpose, in Convent

The spirit moving the Quakers upon worldly vanities!! / Yedis, invt.

Das allegrösste Bilder ABC. Q lith: Anst: v. Winckelmann & Söhne in Berlin

A fourth day morning view of Friends meeting house on Cherry Street, Philadelphia drawn on stone by W.L. Breton ; Kennedy & Lucas' lith

A monday morning view of Friends meeting house and academy, Philada. forty years ago drawn on stone by W.L. Breton, Philada. 1829 ; Kennedy & Lucas' lithography

Mystery of Babylon

Mabel Payne and Luke Harvey

Third and last entertainment by the Shaking Quakers! from Canterbury. N. H., who have been giving their entertainments at New-York, for the last six weeks to flowing houses, beg leave most respectfully to announce to the ladies and gentlemen of

[Pop Schriver, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[George Wood, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Clements, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Clements, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Buffinton, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Tom Gunning, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Sid Farrar, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Joe Mulvey, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Mike Griffin, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[George Wood, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Joe Mulvey, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Arthur Irwin, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Dan Casey, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Sid Farrar, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Tyng, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Kid Gleason, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Harry Decker, Philadelphia Quakers, Philadelphia Phillies, baseball card portrait]

[Pop Schriver, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Cupid Childs, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Sid Farrar, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jack Clements, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Jim Fogarty, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Buffinton, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Daily, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Ed Delahanty, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Harry Lyons and Billy Taylor, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Ben Sanders, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Joe Mulvey, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Daily, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Tommy McCarthy, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Tyng, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Charlie Ferguson, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Charlie Ferguson, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

[Deacon McGuire, Philadelphia Quakers, baseball card portrait]

U.S. Reports: Elfbrandt v. Russell, 384 U.S. 11 (1966)

Third Haven Meeting House, built in 1684 by Quakers in Easton on Maryland's Eastern Shore

Third Haven Quaker Meeting House built in 1684 in Easton, Maryland

The 1684 Third Haven Quaker Meeting House, Easton, Maryland

Newton Friends' Meetinghouse, a historic Quaker meeting house built in 1824 in Camden, New Jersey

Newton Friends' Meetinghouse, a historic Quaker meeting house built in 1824 in Camden, New Jersey

Friends Meeting House, Meetinghouse Lane, Sandy Spring, Montgomery County, MD

Quaker Meetinghouse, Mountain Road, east side, Fallston, Harford County, MD

Jerusalem Grist Mill, Jerusalem Road vicinity, Little Gunpowder River, Jerusalem, Baltimore County, MD

Sybil Jones, Quaker missionary who nursed Union soldiers and Confederate prisoners in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

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Sybil Jones, Quaker missionary who nursed Union soldiers and Confederate prisoners in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

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