Job Scott

''Job Scott''' (October 18, 1751 in Providence, Rhode Island – November 22, 1793 in Ballitore, Ireland) was an eminent traveling minister in the Religious Society of Friends and a prominent American quietist. His religious philosophy had a deep, shaping influence that contributed to the first schism in American Quakerism, the 1827 Hicksite-Orthodox split. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Scott, Job
Published 1797
Printed and sold by Isaac Collins, no. 189, Pearl-Street

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by Scott, Job
Published 1794
Providence, printed: Dublin, reprinted by Rachel Maria Jackson, No. 20 Meath-Street

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by Scott, Job
Published 1797
New York printed: London reprinted, by James Phillips & Son, George Yard, Lombard Street
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by Scott, Job
Published 1798
Re-printed for, and sold by W. Leicester, Warrington
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by Scott, Job
Published 1798
New-York printed, and Dublin reprinted by John Gough, No. 20 Meath-Street
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by Scott, Job
Published 1798
Printed and sold by Isaac Collins, no. 189, Pearl-Street
Subjects: '; ...Scott, Job / 1751-1793...

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by Scott, Job
Published 1794
Providence, printed: London, reprinted by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street

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by Scott, John
Published 1799
Printed by W.W. Woodward, no. 17, Chesnut Street, Philadelphia
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