Thomas Story

Thomas Story (1670?–1742) was an English Quaker convert and friend of William Penn, whose writings were very influential to Quakers. In 1698, he visited colonial America, lectured to Quakers there, and held positions in the Pennsylvania colony. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1785

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1769
London, printed. Providence, re-printed and sold by John Carter, at Shakespear's Head

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1739
printed by James Lister; sold by Nathaniel Bell, Bookseller in York, and T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, London

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1740
printed by James Lister; and sold by T. Hammond and N. Bell, Booksellers in York, and T. Cooper, at the Globe in Paternoster-Row, London

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1740
Printed by James Lister; and sold by T. Hammond and N. Bell, Booksellers in York, and T. Cooper, at the Globe in Paternoster-Row, London

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1747
printed by Isaac Thompson and Company, at the New Printing-Office on the Side
Subjects: '; ...Story, Thomas / 1662-1742...

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1744
printed for H. Waylett, at the Black-Lion, in Exeter-Exchange, in the Strand

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1747
printed by Isaac Thompson and Company, at the New Printing-Office on the Side
Subjects: '; ...Story, Thomas / 1662-1742...

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by Story, Thomas
Published 1738
sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row

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by Kendall, John
Published 1786
printed and sold by James Phillips, George-Yard, Lombard-Street
Subjects: '; ...Story, Thomas / 1662-1742...