The Sufferings of Early Friends
"Ever since it appeared in 1753, Joseph Besse's Collection of Sufferings of the People called Quakers has been the first port of call for anyone interested in 17th century Quakerism at a local level. . . . Besse drew together the most interesting or indicative examples of what individual Quakers had suffered for the Truth between approximately 1650 and 1689." - Michael Gandy. Four volumes available.