Band XXIX (2008) Spalten in Vorbereitung Autor: Claus Bernet.
Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL)
Benezet, Anthony: The Plainness and innocent Simplicity of the
- Philadelphia : Joseph Crukshank, 1782. - 48 s.
Benezet, Anthony: The Spirit of Prayer, With Some Thoughts of
Benezet, Anthony: Serious
Reflections affectionatly recommended to the well-disposed of
every religious Denomination, particularly those who mourn and
lament on account on the calamities which attend us; and the
insensibility that so generally prevails, Written in the Year
1778. - Philadelphia : Printed by Joseph Crukshank, in
Market-street, Between Second and Third-streets, 1778.
Benezet, Anthony: A short account of the people called Quakers;
their rise, religious principles and settlements in America.
Mostly collected from different authors, for the information of all
serious inquirers, particularly foreigners.
- Philadelphia : Cruikshank, 1780. - 27 pp.
Benezet, Anthony: Considerations On several
Important Subjects; viz. On War and its Inconsistency with
the Gospel. Observations on Slavery. and Remarks on the Nature and
bad Effects of Spirituous Liquors.
- PHILADELHIA : Printed by JOSEPH CRUKSHANK, in Market-street,
Between Second and Third-streets,1778. - 48 s.
Benezet, Anthony: Some observations on the
situation, disposition, and character of the Indian natives of this
- Philadelphia : Printed and sold by Joseph Crukshank ... ,
Anthony: Thoughts on the Nature of War, and its Repugnancy to the
- Philadelphia : Henry Miller, 1776. - 14 s.
Brookes, George S.: Friend Anthony
- Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1937 - 516 s.
[Haves: Luther College Preus Library].
(Benezet's writing are worth the efford of collecting them into the
the edition which still awaits publication…).
Brookes collected: a Bibliography pp. 179-203, Benezet
Letters, pp. 207-472, Some minor Writings of Beenzet:
The Epistle of 1754, Extract of the Memorial to the King
of Great Britain in behaf of the Acadians, drafted at their Request
in the Year 1760, An Account of the Behaviour &
Sentiments of a Number of Well-Disposed Indians mostly from the
Minusing Tribe, An Account of Papunahung's second Visit to
the Friends the 4 th of the 8th month, 1761, Some
Observations Relating to the Establisment of Schools 1778,
Serious Reflections …, Short Observations on
Hirst, Margaret E.: Quakers in
Peace and War, s. 377 og specielt afsnittet: The War of
Independence, s. 384-385.
Johnson, William, Sir: An Account of conferences
held, and treaties made between Major-general Sir William Johnson,
Bart. and the Chief Sachems and warriours of the Mohawks, Oneidas,
Onondagas, Cayugas, Senekas, Tuskaroras, Aughquageys,
Skaniadaradighronos, Chugnuts, Mahickanders, Shawanese, Kanuskagos,
Toderighronos, and Oghquagoes, Indian nations in North America, at
their meeting on different occasions at Fort Johnson in the county
of Albany, in the colony of New York, in the years 1755 and
1756 : with a letter from the Rev. M. Hawley to Sir William
Johnson, written at the desire of the Delaware Indians and a
preface giving a short account of the Six Nations, some anecdotes
of the life of Sir William, and notes illustrating the whole : also
an appendix containing an account of conferences between several
- London : Printed for A. Millar ... , 1756. - 91 s.
[Law, William]: An extract from a treatise on the spirit of
prayer, or the soul rising out of the vanity of time into the
riches of eternity. With some thoughts on war. Remarks on the
nature and bad effects of the use of spirituous liquors. And
considerations on slavery. - Philadelphia : Joseph Crukshank,
1780. - 84 s.
Curt: Friends for three hundred years
Thomson, Charles: The Alienation of the Delaware and Shawnese
Vaux, Roberts: Memoirs of the life of Anthony Benezet.
- Philadelphia : Published by James P. Parke, 1817. - 136 pp.
Vaux, Roberts: Memoirs of the life of Anthony Benezet  /
Anthony Benezet; from the original Memoir / Rev., with
additions, by Wilson Armistead. - Freeport, N.Y. : Books for
Libraries Press, 1971. - xv, 144 s.