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LIFE OF DEBORAH BELL.-LIFE OF WILLIAM PENN.-LIFE OF JOHN GRIFFITH,

MEMOIR OF JOHN CAMM AND JOHN AUDLAND.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1841.

IX 7EA5 F92

Hartman

Hetcher 12-10-52 81131

INDEX TO VOL. V.

288.

bours on this service, 404 to 416; religious AUDLAND, John, Memoir of, p. 475.

visit to America, 419 to 436; returns home, Advice to children by William Penn, 294 to 308; 437; Testimony concerning him, 438; Adby John Griffith, 440.

vice to parents and children, 440 to 445; B.

On the necessity and nature of the new

birth, 445 to 450; Remarks respecting true Bell, Deborah, Memoir of her, 1; testimony of her

worship, 450; On true and false ministry, husband concerning her, 2; visits Cumber

456 to 460; On church discipline, 460. land, 6; the North of England and Scotland, 8; her marriage-visits Lancashire and Che

H.
shire, 11; letters to a young woman, a mem-Hicks, Thomas, William Penn's controversy with
ber among the Baptists, 13, 14, 15; visits the him, 52.
Southern counties of England, 16; removes Hall, David, letter to John Griffith, 365.
to reside in London, 17; visit to Ireland, 18;

Supplement to her life, by her husband, 21.
Baptism, the Scripture doctrine of, stated, 218, Justification, doctrine of, 271, 281, 289, 290.

L.
Bread and wine, 289.

Loe, Thomas, his ministry helpful to William Christ Jesus, the true and saving light of the

Penn, 25, 27; his last expressions to W. P.,

32.
world, 30, 34, 35, 36, 49, 212, 215, 233, 261, Licht of Chris

Light of Christ Jesus the true guide to happiness to 270, 281; his divinity and atonement, 30,

and glory, 15, 26, 30, 36, 48, 51, 53, 58, 89, 31, 215, 233, 272, 273, 274, 281; death and sufferings owned by the Quakers, 30, 31, Lih

212, 215, 233, 261 to 270, 289.
49, 215, 233, 273, 274, 281, 288; is the

Liberty, spiritual, examined, 152.
Mediator, 31; all men are enlightened by

M.
him, 212, the manifestation of it in man is Mead, William, tried with W. Penn at Old Bai-
not whole Christ or God, 213, 290.

ley, 39. Civil government approved, 219, 288.

Ministry, qualifications of that owned by Friends, Camm, John, Memoir of, 468.

239, 275, 456 to 460. . D.

P. Divinity of Christ and his atonement asserted, 30, Penn, William, Life of him, 23; birth and parent34, 35, 36, 49, 51, 215, 233, 272, 273,

age, 24; religious impressions-sent away 274, 281, 288.

from his father's house-goes to France Days and times, views of Friends on the observ

remarkable incident at Paris, 25; goes to ance of them, 48.

the university at Saumur-further account Discipline and practice of the Society of Friends,

of his religious exercises, 26; enters a stu240; remarks on it, 460.

dent of law at Lincoln's Inn-goes to live in

Ireland-joins Friends and is arrested at a Education, Society of Friends not opposed, but meeting, 27; expelled again from his fafavourable, to it, 208.

ther's house-comes forth as a ministerF.

letter to a young acquaintance, 29; appears

as an author in a work called “ Truth exaltFox, George, William Penn's account of him, 243.

ed,” 30; dispute with T. Vincent, 33; im

prisonment for writing the Sandy foundation, Griffith, John, Journal of, 329; convincement, 331; 35; writes Innocency with her open face,

appears in the ministry, 335; first religious 36; goes again to Ireland, 37; letter to the visit, 337; visits New-England, 340; death young convinced, 38; returns to Englandof his wife, 343; second visit to New-Eng trial of him and W. Mead at Old Bailey, land, 345; embarks for Great Britain, 347; 39; death of his father and remarkable excaptured and carried into Spain, 348; ar pressions to him-dispute with J. Ives, 43; rives in England, 354; visits his mother, committed to prison for being at a meeting355 ; goes to Ireland, 370; returns to Eng writes his Tract called The great case of land, 373; visits Wales, 374; remarks on liberty of conscience, &c., 46; his marriage, the state of Society, 372, 377, 379, 393, 50; controversy with Faldo, 51; controversy 397, 411; returns home, 380; goes back to with Hicks, 53; writes against J. Perrot, England to settle, 381; second marriage, 57; his letter to the council of Embden, 61; 382; religious service in England, 3834, publishes his Treatise on oaths, 62; corre386–7–8; travels with John Churchman, spondence with R. Baxter, 63; engages in the 392; second visit to Ireland, 398; attends affairs of East-Jersey, 64; visits the continent London Yearly Meeting committee ap-| on a religious errand, 65; Epistle to the pointed to visit the meetings, 403; his la churches of Jesus throughout the world, 77;

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