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THE

FRIENDS' LIBRARY:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS

OF

MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.

VOL. IV.

CONTAINING
MEMOIR OF GILES BARNARDISTON; I LIFE OF HENRY HULL:
MEMOIR OF ELIZABETH ASHBRIDGE; LIFE OF JOHN WOOLMAN;
MEMOIRS OF RUTH FOLLOWS;

LIFE OF JANE PEARSON ;
LIFE OF JOHN RICHARDSON ;

NARRATIVE OF JOHN PHILLY AND
LIFE OF CHARLES MARSHALL;

WILLIAM MOORE;
LIFE OF SARAH STEPHENSON ;

MEMOIR OF GHARRET VAN HASSEN.
LIFE OF BENJAMIN BANGS;

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1840.

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A. ASHBRIDGE, Elizabeth, life of, page 10; early im- Election and reprobation, unconditional, opposed, pressions—marriage solicited to join

121. the Papists, 11; goes to America-hard Epistle to Stanford Quarterly Meeting by H. Hull, servitude, 12; second marriage-tempt 280; to New York Monthly Meeting, 306; ations and sorrows, 14; visits a priest to Friends in America, 339; to Cane Creek to obtain relief, 15; convinced at a Monthly Meeting, 347; to Quarterly and Friends' meeting, 17; appears in pub Monthly Meetings, 356. lic prayer, 20; tempted to disbelieve

F. that Christ is the Son of God, 21; her Follows, Ruth, memoirs of, 24; testimony concerndeath and the testimony respecting

ing her, 25; receives a gift in the minisher, 22.

try and travels with E. Fletcher, 26; B.

travels more extensively, 28; visits IreBangs, Benjamin, life of, 214—apprenticeship, 215; land, 30; travels westward and into Wales, goes to London—witnesses the persecution

35; speaks pointedly to a person in a famof Friends, 216; religious exercise-goes

ily visit, 36; advantage of silence, 43; to their meeting, 217; appears in the min

visits the northern counties and Scotland, istry, 219; controversy with a priest re

44; second visit to Ireland, 50; visits specting the present influence of the holy

Bristol, &c., 55; letter to her grand-chilSpirit and freedom from sin, 220; efforts to

dren, in the eighty-sixth year of her age, build a meeting-house, 222; taken before the mayor,—and discharged, 223; dispute Fall of man treated of, 146; restoration out of it, with a priest, 224—visit to Ireland; pre 148. dicts the scattering of some professors, which was soon fulfilled, 228; suffers much | Hull, Henry, memoirs of, 233; testimony of Stanabuse, 229, 230; testimony concerning him, ford Monthly Meeting, 234; early impres232.

sions of good, 237; importance of the reliBarnard, Hannah, a minister in repute, but fell gious care of parents to instruct their chilthrough speculation, 247.

dren rightly-belief in imputative righteBarnardiston, Giles, memoir of-convicted in early

ousness insufficient; importance of living life for doing wrong; declines the offer under the Divine government and having of a berth as preacher; afterwards

true faith in Christ, 238; trials from the reenters the army; finally retires and

volutionary war, 239; removes to Stanford; becomes serious, 1; visited by G.

again favoured with serious impressions, 240; Fox the younger and joins Friends; injurious effects of improper care-takers and suffers persecution, 2; removes to companions for children, 241; appears as a Clare, 3; travels as a minister, 4; minister, and falls away from it for a time, replies to Jeffery Bullock's attack

244; Hannah Barnard's fall, 247; travels in upon Friends; supports the doctrine the ministry, 248; controverts unitarianism, of Christ's propitiatory sufferings, 7; 249; second visit to New England, 252; visits death; G. Whitehead's testimony of a man convinced by Barclay's Apology, 254; him, 9.

death of his father; sets out on a journey in Bullock, Jeffery, denial of Christ; testimony of

the southern states, 256; horrors of drunkenFriends against him, 5; his recantation, 8.

ness and slavery, 260; disturbance from a Bread and wine, use of, 79, 116.

woman falling in a meeting, 262; spreads Baptism, 98, 119.

Tracts on Slavery in Kentucky, 263; several

memorable meetings, 264; agony of a slave Christ Jesus; his propitiatory sufferings and death, at the prospect of being separated from his

6, 7; spiritual appearance in the heart, 62; family; returns to New York by sea; a storm, testimony to his God-head and manhood, &c., 269; reflections on the prospect of embarking 92, 148; preached under the denomination for England, 270; notice of Deborah Darby, of the Light, 149; appears in all, 150; faith 274; comments on a text explained differently in him, precious, 238; the impossibility of a few days before by a priest, then sitting in missing salvation in consequence of Christ's the gallery, 275; goes to Ireland, 276; mysatonement, controverted, 249; his presence tery Babylon's fall, 278; epistle to Stanford with his church and people, 255; the true Quarterly Meeting, 280; popish holidays, Vine, 278; attempts of some to level him to 282; Friends preserved in the civil war; the character of a mere man, 313; our In plainness, 283; necessity of dependence upon tercessor and Mediator; takes up his abode the holy Spirit in church affairs, 284; importwith them who keep his words, 465.

ance of education, 285; Divine interposition,

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