2 edition of Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam found in the catalog.
Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam
William Isaac Hull
|Statement||by William I. Hull.|
|Contributions||Brown, Thomas Kite, 1885-|
|LC Classifications||BX7795.F85 H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi p., 2 l., 3-314 p.|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||42007052|
Benjamin Furly (–) was een Engelse Quaker, koopman en vriend van John Locke. Al voor vestigde hij zich in Rotterdam, als handelaar in de Scheepmakershaven. In was de Quaker George Fox zijn gast, die godsdienstige bijeenkomsten hield in Furly's en: John Furly, Arent Furly, Benjohan Furly. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol, issue 3, July Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol, issue 3, July Front Matter. i-ii Front Matter PDF Articles. William Harbeson Book Review: Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. By William I. Hull. Swarthmore College Monographs in Quaker History. Franciscus van Helmont had important groups of contacts in the Netherlands, where he knew Adam Boreel and Serrarius, and later in life, in 'the Lantern', the circle around the Rotterdam merchant Benjamin Furly that included John Locke. He was an influence on Franciscus van den Enden, and on the Spanish medical professor Juan de : baptised on 20 October , Vilvoorde, . - Buy Benjamin Furly an English Merchant at Rotterdam book online at best prices in India on Read Benjamin Furly an English Merchant at Rotterdam book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Julius Friedrich Sachse.
Photo, Print, Drawing The Quaker's meeting held at the house of Benjamin Furly in the Fall of [ digital file from b&w film copy neg. ] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress. Benjamin Furly, "an English merchant at Rotterdam": who promoted the first German emigration to America. by Julius Friedrich Sachse. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Author: Julius Friedrich Sachse. 53 See generally Sarah Hutton, ed., Benjamin Furly, – A Quaker Merchant and his Millieu (Firenze: Leo. S. Olschki, ); William I. Hull, Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam (Lancaster, Pa., ); Patrick M. Erben, A Harmony of the Spirits: Translation and the Language of Community in Early Pennsylvania (Chapel Hill Cited by: 3. William Penn and the Dutch Quaker migration to Pennsylvania 21 copies; The rise of Quakerism in Amsterdam, 8 copies; Willem Sewel of Amsterdam, , the First Quaker Historian of 5 copies Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam 4 copies; William Penn: a topical biography 3 copies; Eight first biographies of William Penn, in seven languages and .
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Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. [Swarthmore, Pa., Swarthmore college] (OCoLC) Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam book Person: Benjamin Furly; Benjamin Furly: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William I Hull; Thomas Kite Brown.
Book Review: Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. By William I. Hull. Swarthmore College Monographs in Quaker History, Number : John Joseph Stoudt.
Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam by William Isaac Hull; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Society of Friends; Places: Netherlands, Rotterdam; People: Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam book Furly.
Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam (review) Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, xvi+ pp. 15 illustrations. $ PROFESSOR William I. Hull of Swarthmore College, in writing about William Furly and the Quakers in Rotterdam, has added an excellent companion volume to his earlier book, The Rise of Quakerism in Amsterdam.
Benjamin Furly, in Professor Hull's story, is not a local figure, mildly interesting; but through his relations with men of wide renown he becomes a participant in a movement which exceeded the narrow limits of the city of Rotterdam and indeed those of the United Provinces.
Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. By William I. Hull, Howard M. Jenkins Research Professor of Quaker History in Swarthmore College.[Swarthmore College Monographs on Quaker History, Number Five.] (Swarthmore: Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College.
Author: Joseph W. Martin. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles.]. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. [With plates, including portraits and facsimiles.]. by William Isaac Hull Print book: English.
Swarthmore, Pa. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam: 3. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. Benjamin Furly died in March,in the seventy-eighth year of his age, and was buried, as befitted a man of his standing and wealth, in a tomb (Eo.
) in the centre aisle of the St. Laurentius or Groote Kerk, formerly the cathedral church of Rotterdam.^ Four children are known to have survived their father, — Benjohan, John, Arent, and a daughter Dorothy; all.
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Hull. Hull, William I. (William Isaac), Get this edition User activity. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam, by William I. Hull. Hull, William Isaac, View full. AroundRotterdam was one of the largest “book cities” in the Low Countries.
Between and Leers printed many scholarly editions. They earned him a good living. He also was a fellow of one of several intellectual societies in town. One such society met in “The Lantern”, the home of the English merchant and quaker Benjamin Furly.
Croese/ states that " Benjamin Furly was an English Merchant, first at Amsterdam, then at Rotterdam, who, tosether with his merchandize, had addicted himself to the study of learning, and in his favor of these men [Quakers] wrote several little Tracts in Divers Languages.
Buy Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam, by William Isaac Hull (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : William Isaac Hull. private library of Benjamin Furly, Quaker merchant of Rotterdam.2 The occasion of its publication was the dispersal of the library by a sale from 22 October to 27 October,scarcely six months after Furly's death.
Bibliography: W.I. Hull, Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam, Lancaster (Pa.) ; S. Hutton, Benjamin Furly (), in The Dictionary of Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Dutch Philosophers, 2 vol., Bristol, Thoemmes Pressvol.I, pp. ; S. Hutton (ed.), Benjamin Furly A quaker merchant and his milieu, Firenze, Olschki ; C.
FURLY, BENJAMIN (–), quaker and friend of Locke, born at Colchester 13 Aprilbegan life as a merchant there, and joined the early quakers. In he assisted John Stubbs in the compilation of the 'Battle-Door.' George Fox records that this work was finished inand that Furly took great pains with it.
Few students of the pdf Enlightenment pdf fail to have encountered the name of Benjamin Furly, the Quaker merchant from Colchester who spent the best part of his life in Rotterdam. He was a friend of many of the principal thinkers of the time, such as Locke, Shaftesbury, Toland, Le Clerc and Van Helmont.Benjamin Furly () was a remarkable individual, whose interests and download pdf are not captured by the designations ‘Quaker’ and ‘merchant’.
The proud owner of one of the largest private libraries of the late seventeenth century, Furly played a key role as facilitator in the intellectual and political life of his time.Keywords: Benjamin Ebook, Quakers, Quietism, Toleration, Furly’s Lantern and Library, Republic of Letters Abstract | PDF ( KB) ‘An Indefatigable Philanthropist’: Joseph Tregelles Price (–) of Neath, Wales.