Extraordinary 18th century Quaker history included in new Eneclann publications

A truly extraordinary publication about the Quakers is included in the latest batch of new publications available on CD-ROM and to download via the Eneclann website.

A History of the People Called Quakers, from their First Rise to the Present Time was written by John Gough and published in four volumes in 1789 and 1790, the fourth and final volume coming shortly before his death.

Gough was born in England in 1721 but spent most of his adult life in Ireland, where he filled various educational positions around the country.

This phenomenal publication spans more than 2000 pages and is compiled from John Gough’s own experiences as a Quaker as well as “authentic records and from writings of that people”.

A History of the People Called Quakers, from their First Rise to the Present Time is available for €19.56 including VAT as a download, or for €26.94 as a CD-ROM including postage and packaging.

Click here for more information about A History of the People Called Quakers, from their First Rise to the Present Time

There are also 25 newly available to download titles available from the Eneclann online shop, including the hugely interesting Thom’s Irish Who’s Who, published in 1923, which contains the “life sketches” of more than 2,500 Irish men and women “conspicuous in the Nation’s History, and includes leaders of thought and action in all fields of enlightenment and civilization”.

Click here for more on all 25 newly available to download titles from Eneclann


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