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FRIENDS' L I B R A R Y:
JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS
MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.
EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.
LIFE OF JOSEPH PIKE;
JOURNAL OF JOSEPH OXLEY;
MEMOIR OF JOHN CLIBBORN.
PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,
FOR THE EDITORS.
William Dewsbury, 287; death of his
granddaughter, 287; general epistle,
290; sermon, 292; death, 298; letter
respecting separation, 308.
96; struggle about paying duties, 97;
ministry, 99; intimation of his shop
being broken open, 100; put in the
stocks, 102; imprisoned, 104; goes to
America, 109; vision of a famine, 114;
second visit to America, 115; charged
with making the blacks Christians, 116;
Indian war, 116; inward knowledge of
God and Christ, 117; argues against
water baptism, 119; for the universal
gift of the Spirit, 120; perilous journey
among Indians, 123; foresight of great
trials and its fulfilment, 127, 130; taken
by the rapparees, 131 ; against pride
and covetousness, 145; letter on world-
ly pursuits, 153; address to a bishop,
157; faith in his Lord and Saviour,
160; epistles and papers, 170; effect
of his ministry on Joseph Pike, 358;
his concern for a general reformation,
in Ireland, 99; to Friends in Barbadoes,
290; ditto 302; ditto 305; epistles of Tho-
Dewsbury's life, 213; to Joseph Pike's life, Half-year's Meeting, 387.
Everhard, Barbara, singular instance of the power
of grace, 431; her letter to Joseph Ox-
Faith, nature and effects of, 56; in Christ, 66, 73.
Family visits, 371, 377, 378, 393.
Fashions, &c., 51, 53, 403, 409.
rest in the world's worship, 223; unable Friends' principles, 279; their work, 282.