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THE

FRIENDS' L I B R A R Y:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS

OF

MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.

VOL. II.

CONTAINING
JOURNAL OF JOHN BANKS;

LIFE OF JOSEPH PIKE;
LIFE OF ALICE HAYES;

JOURNAL OF JOSEPH OXLEY;
JOURNAL OF WILLIAM EDMUNDSON; MEMOIR OF JOHN WATSON;
LIFE OF ELIZABETH STIRREDGE; MEMOIR OF WILLIAM WATSON;
LIFE OF WILLIAM DEWSBURY;

MEMOIR OF JOHN CLIBBORN.
LIFE OF THOMAS WILSON;

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1838.

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A.

William Dewsbury, 287; death of his
ADDRESS of John Banks to those who knew the

granddaughter, 287; general epistle,
Truth and had forsaken it, 48; to the city

290; sermon, 292; death, 298; letter
of Bristol, by Elizabeth Stirredge, 210;

respecting separation, 308.
to the king by William Dewsbury, 300, Discipline, 218, 233, 372, 409,
of Joseph Oxley to his children, 415; of

E.
Friends to the governor of New England, Edmundson, William, his life, 84; convincement,
468.

96; struggle about paying duties, 97;
Atonement, 279.

ministry, 99; intimation of his shop
B.

being broken open, 100; put in the
Banishment of Friends, 275.

stocks, 102; imprisoned, 104; goes to
Banks, John, journal of, 1; education, 8; convinced

America, 109; vision of a famine, 114;
when alone, 9; persecuted, liberated from

second visit to America, 115; charged
prison, 10; visits Ireland, 16; goes to the

with making the blacks Christians, 116;
town of Wicklow; holds a meeting in the

Indian war, 116; inward knowledge of
prison, 17; visits Ireland the second time;

God and Christ, 117; argues against
finds many convinced at Wicklow, 21;

water baptism, 119; for the universal
went into Ireland, 23; cured of lameness

gift of the Spirit, 120; perilous journey
in his arm by George Fox, 24; bears testi-

among Indians, 123; foresight of great
mony against a separating spirit, 25, 29;

trials and its fulfilment, 127, 130; taken
advice to his daughter, 29; account of

by the rapparees, 131 ; against pride
his imprisonment in Carlisle, 31 ; address

and covetousness, 145; letter on world-
to the inhabitants of Carlisle, 36; liberated

ly pursuits, 153; address to a bishop,
and travels in the ministry, 39; death of

157; faith in his Lord and Saviour,
his wife, 40; letter to John Whiting, 43;

160; epistles and papers, 170; effect
sickness and death, 44; address to those

of his ministry on Joseph Pike, 358;
who once knew the Truth, 47; to Friends of

his concern for a general reformation,
Pardsay, 50; testimony against the fashions

369, 392.
and worships, &c. of the world, 51; advice Education, 53, 290, 409.
on church government, 55; effects of faith, Elders, 409.
56; general epistle, 64; his faith in Christ, Epistle to the flock, 64; of George Fox to Friends
66.

in Ireland, 99; to Friends in Barbadoes,
Baptism of the Holy Ghost, 71; with water, 119, 183; general epistle of William Dewsbury,
330.

290; ditto 302; ditto 305; epistles of Tho-
Barclay, John, his prefatory remarks to William mas Wilson, 334; of Joseph Pike to Dublin

Dewsbury's life, 213; to Joseph Pike's life, Half-year's Meeting, 387.
340.

Everhard, Barbara, singular instance of the power

of grace, 431; her letter to Joseph Ox-
C.

ley, 432
Clibborn, John, memoir of, 479.
Covetousness, 386, 394.

F.
Cross of Christ, the need of it, 98.

Faith, nature and effects of, 56; in Christ, 66, 73.
D.

Family visits, 371, 377, 378, 393.
Davis, Peter, a minister in his ninety-second year,

Fanaticism, 216.
464.

Fashions, &c., 51, 53, 403, 409.
Dewsbury, Williain, life of, 213; birth, 221; no Fox, George, 216, 221, 285, 364, 366.

rest in the world's worship, 223; unable Friends' principles, 279; their work, 282.
to join in singing, 224; enters the army,

H.
225; sees into the various dispensations,
225; no liberty to heap up scriptural Hayes, Alice, 68; her convincement, 70, 71, 72;
knowledge, yet valuing the Sacred Wri- visited by the priest of the parish, 73; tes-
tings equally with other professors, 226; timony of her, 81.
experiences regeneration, 227; appears Hireling ministry, 281.
as a minister, 231; epistle on the disci- Holy Scriptures, the book of books, 29; advice to
pline, 233; examination before Judge search them, 37; much profession of, 223;
Hale, 240; di before Judge Atkins, supported by Friends, 253, 279, 362.
249; description of the prisons; con- Holy Spirit, teachings of, 43; given to every man,
fined nineteen years, 252, 290; concern 120, 217, 357, 401, 403, 404, 413.
for James Naylor, 257; for John Per-
rott, 265; for the dissensions in the So-
ciety, 282; John Whiting's account of Keith, George, 325, 326, 381.

K.

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