Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College ~ Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081 ~ USA

Abridgements and Extracts from
The Apology for the True Christian Divinity
by Robert Barclay


Barclay, Robert. 1696. Baptism and the Lord's Supper Substantially Asserted, Being an Apology in Behalf of the People Called Quakers, Concerning Those Two Heads. London: Printed and sold by T. Sowle. Contains propositions XII. and XIII.

________. 1714. The Universal Love of God to Mankind, Asserted and Proved, By Several Arguments Deduced from Scripture, Right Reason and the Testimonies of Famous Authors : Being Part of the Fifth and Sixth Propositions of Robert Barclay's Apology. Dublin : Printed by Samuel Fairbrother.

________. 1799. A Collection of Religious Tracts, from Different Authors, Republished for the Information and Serious Perusal of All Sober Enquirers. Baltimore: Printed by William Pechin.

________. 1815. Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as Professed by the People Called Quakers. London: Printed for Darton Harvey and Darton. "This abridgment has been formed, chiefly from the 8th ed. of the Apology, printed in 1780, but with frequent reference to the Latin original."-Prefatory address. Abridged by George Harrison.

________.1816. On the Universality and Efficacy of Divine Grace. Philadelphia: To be had of Benjamin & Thomas Kite.

________. 1817. The True Christian Divinity, as Set Forth in Eight Propositions of Robert Barclay's Apology. Sunderland [England?] : [s.n]. .

________. 1822. An Apology for the True Christian Divinity : As Professed by the People Called Quakers. London: Harvey and Darton. Abridged by George Harrison. "Formed from the eighth [1780] edition of the Apology."

________. 1822. On the Universality and Efficacy of Divine Grace. Dublin: printed by C. Bentham.

________. 1823. On Baptism : Being an Extract from Barclay's Apology. London: W. and S. Graves.

________.1829. On the Communion, or Participation of the Body and Blood of Christ : Extracted from Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as Professed by the People Called Quakers. Dublin : Printed for the Tract Association of members of the Society of Friends by T.I. White.

________. 1830. A Treatise on Church Government. Philadelphia : Joseph Rakestraw.

________. 1831. On Baptism : Being an Extract from Barclay's Apology. London: printed by W. and S. Graves for Tract Association of the Society of Friends.

________. 1832. Concerning Perfection : From Robert Barclay's *A*P*O*L*O*G*Y for the True Christian Devinity, as Held Forth by the Society of Friends. Proposition Viii. Manchester [England]: Printed by Harrison and Crosfield for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository.

________. 1833. On the Communion or Participation of the Body and Blood of Christ : Extracted from Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as Professed by the People Called the Quakers. Dublin: Printed for the Tract Association of members of the Society of Friends by T.I. White.

________. 1834. On the Universality and Efficacy of Divine Grace. Dublin : Printed for the Tract Association of members of the Society of Friends.

. ________. 1837. Selections from an Apology for the True Christian Divinity : Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines Held by the People Called Quakers. Lindfield [Connecticut?] : Printed at the Schools of Industry.

________. 1850. On the Communion, or Participation of the Body and Blood of Christ : Extracted from "Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity". Dublin: Printed for the Tract Association of the Society of Friends by Webb and Chapman.

________. 1869. On Christian Worship : Being the Eleventh Proposition of the 13th Edition of Barclay's Apology, for the True Christian Divinity, as Held by the People Called "Quakers." Manchester [England]: William Irwin.

________. 1877. On Baptism : Being Proposition Xii of Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore.

________. 1882. Views of Christian Doctrine Held by the Religious Society of Friends : Being Passages Taken from Barclay's Apology, with the Desire on the Part of the Editor to Present in Smaller Compass, but Unchanged, the Truths Set Forth in His Work, and Some of His Arguments in Their Support. Philadelphia: Friends' Book-store. Abridged by Thomas Pim Cope.

________. 1888. Views of Christian Doctrine Held by the Religious Society of Friends, Being Passages Taken from Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia : [s.n.].

________. 1891. An Apology for the True Christian Divinity ... : Propositions I-Vi. In Arabic. Beirut, Lebanon : [s.n.]. Translated by Elias Tabet.

________. 1942. Barclay in Brief : a Condensation of Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called Quakers. First Published in 1676. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill. Condensed by Eleanore Price Mather.

________.1948. Barclay in Brief : a Condensation of Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, Being an Explanation and Vindication of the Principles and Doctrines of the People Called Quakers. First Published in 1676. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill. Condensed by Eleanore Price Mather.

________. 1960. Quaker Classics : Selections from George Fox, John Woolman, and Robert Barclay. Hong Kong: Nanking Theological Seminary in association with The Council on Christian Literature for Overseas Chinese.

________. 1961. A Briefer Barclay : Being a Simplification and Condensation of Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, an Explanations of the Principles of the People Called Quakers, First Published in 1676. Philadelphia : [s.n.]. Simplified and condensed by William Bacon Evans.

________. 1963. A Briefer Barclay : Being a Simplification and Condensation of Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, an Explanation of the Principles of the People Called Quakers, First Published in 1676. Philadelphia : [s.n.]. Simplified and condensed by William Bacon Evans.

________. 1963. A Little Apology (the Gist of Barclay's) : A Condensation, or Abstract, of the Book, an Apology (1676 A.D.) by Robert Barclay; the Doctrines Believed and Taught by George Fox and Friends of the Seventeenth Century. [Newberg, Oregon : Barclay Press?]. Abridged by Charles M. Kelly. .

________. 1964. A Little Apology (the Gist of Barclay's). [Newberg, Oregon: The Barclay Press].

________. 1966. Barclay in Brief : An Abbreviation of Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, Being an Explanation & Vindication of the Principles & Doctrines of the People Called Quakers. First Published in 1676. Wallingford, Pa.: Pendle Hill Publications. Condensed by Eleanore Price Mather.

________. 1978. Quaker Classics in Brief : Wm. Penn's No Cross, No Crown Anna Cox Brinton ; Barclay in Brief Eleanore Price Mather ; the Inward Journey of Isaac Penington Robert J. Leach. [Wallingford, Pa.] : Pendle Hill Publications;.

________. [1990s]. Barclay's Apology [sound recording]. Mt. Rainier, Maryland : AudioLogos. This recording is an abridged version of Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity; recorded from Barclay in Brief, edited by Eleanore Price Mather. Read by Bruce Bush.

________. [n.d.]. Concerning the Communion : Or Participation of the Body and Blood of Christ ... [Being Proposition Xiii. Of Barclay's Apology]. [Philadelphia?: Friends' Book-Store?]

________. [n.d.]. Of Universal and Saving Light. n.p.,.

________. [n.d.]. On Baptism : Being Proposition Xii of Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore.

________. [n.d.]. On Concerning the Communion : Or Participation of the Body and Blood of Christ. Being Proposition Xiii of Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore.

________. [n.d.]. On Immediate Revelation : Being Propositions I and Ii, of Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore.

________ [n.d.]. On Immediate Revelation : Being the Second Proposition of Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Book Store.

________. [n.d.]. On Justification : Extracted from Robert Barclay's Apology for the True Christian Divinity, as Held Forth by the Society of Friends. Manchester: Printed by Harrison and Crosfield for the Manchester and Stockport Tract Depository.

________. [n.d.]. On Universal and Saving Light : Being Propositions V. And Vi. Of Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Bookstore.

 

Brook, Mary. 1774. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: M. Hinde.

________. 1775. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: M. Hinde.

________. 1778. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting. In Order to the Solemn Worship of God. To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: Printed and sold by James Phillips in George-Yard Lombard-Street.

________. 1780. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. [Philadelphia]: London: Printed. Philadelphia: Reprinted by Joseph Crukshank.

________.1782. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: Printed by James Phillips.

________. 1784. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: J. Phillips.

________. 1786. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. [New York]: London Printed: New-York Re-printed by William Ross Broad-street near the Exchange.

________. 1786. Grunde Fur Die Nothwendigkeit Eines Stillen Harrens, Beym Oeffentlichen Gottesdienst Welchem Beygefugt Sind Verschiedene Anfuhrungen Aus Robert Barclays Schutzschrift Oder Vertheidigung. Philadelphia: Gedruckt bey Carl Cist am Eck der Arch- und Vierten-Strasse.

________. 1786. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God to Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: printed. Philadelphia: re-printed by Joseph Crukshank in Market-Street between Second and Third-Streets.

________. 1791. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: J. Phillips.

________. 1791. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. [Philadelphia]: London: Printed. Philadelphia: Re-printed by Joseph Crukshank.

________. 1793. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Dublin: printed by Rachel Maria Jackson.

________. 1795. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. New-York: Printed by John Bull.

________. 1795. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Printed by Jacob Johnson.

________. 1798. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: Printed and sold by James Phillips and Son.

________.1803. Preuves De La Necessite De S'attendre En Silence, Pour Rendre Un Hommage Solemnel a Dieu. Philadelphia: De l'imprimerie de Salomon W. Conrad.

________. 1804. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: W. Phillips.

________. 1804. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: William Phillips.

________. 1807. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Edited by John Johnson. New-York: Printed and sold by Samuel Wood.

________. 1811. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God to Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Printed by William Brown.

________. 1816. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Printed by W. Brown.

________. 1816. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. London: Printed and sold by William Phillips.

________. 1821. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. New-York: Printed by Samuel Wood.

________. 1835. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: J. and W. Kite.

________. 1853. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added, Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: J. Rakestaw.

________. 1868. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. [Colerain, Ohio]: Republished by a member of the General Meeting of Friends of Ohio.

________. 1870. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Book Store.

________. 1875. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting, in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Book Store.

________. 1877. Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting; in Order to the Solemn Worship of God : To Which Are Added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology. Philadelphia: Friends' Book Store.