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THE

FRIENDS' LIBRARY:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, & OTHER WRITINGS

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MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS,

VOL. XIV.

CONTAINING

MEMOIR OF JOHN"CROKER.

LIFE OF STEPHEN CRISP.
LIFE OF OLIVER SANSOM.

LIFE OF MARY DUDLEY.
MEMOIR OF EDWARD BURROUGH.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

NOR THE EDITORS.

1850.

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INDEX TO VOL. XIV.

tries, 145, 146, 148, 149; visits BristolBaptism, 59; true baptism declared, 60; whether

great exercise on account of opposition to the water baptism remains, 62, 64, 166, 229; |

order of society, 151; death of his wife, 153; spiritual, 331.

inarries again, 154; testimony of Colchester Banks, John, 78.

meeting concerning S. C., 155; a word of Beard, John, sufferings of, 117.

reproof to teachers, 158; description of the

church of Scotland, 160; letter to the mayor Bread and Wine, whether commanded, 62, 166; denied as carnal, 402.

of Colchester, 169 ; Epistle concerning the Briggs, Thomas, short account of, 73.

present and succeeding times, 171; Harvest Burrough, Edward, memoir of, 380 : convinced by

meditations, 179; a plain pathway, 181; G. Fox, 382; receives a gift in the minis

Backsliders Reproved, 187; Letter on Dilitry, 385; imprisoned-writes to the in

gence in meetings, 193; a word of consolahabitants of Underbarrow, 386; comes to

tion, 194; Epistle, 187; 200, 201, 202, 231,

233, 234, 241, 243, 250, 254, 255, 263, 274; London, 390; service, 391; preaches to a

Answer to T. Loddington, 198; Alarm in company of wrestlers, 393; visits Bristol, 396; testimony to Christ, 398; joins in a

spiritual Egypt-description of the Tempdeclaration against popery, 402; sails to

ter-man in the fall freedom from sin, Ireland, 403; epistle, 403, 405, 410 to

&c., 204; false Church, 215, 217; 416, 421, 425; 456, 457, 459; 477, 482,

Address to magistrates, 221; lamen

tation 487; imprisoned and banished-writes to

over Groningen, 222; to the the officers, 408; lands in England, 416;

Baptists, 229; testimony respecting E. replies to Bunyan's charges, 418; address

Grant, 230; Address to the rulers in Holes Cromwell, 429, 431; denounces a

land, 235; Epistle of tender counsel and priest—a warning, 432; declaration of

advice, 241; reply to T. Crisp, 251; Warnfaith, 435; true religion discovered, 446;

ing against seducing spirits, 256; Address holds a dispute, 4.8; dispute with a

to French Protestants, 264; Epistle of tender Jesuit, 448; writes to Cromwell, 450;

love, &c.; 268; an honest letter to J. R., writes to R. Cromwell, 451, 456, 465; a

275; to several friends, 276, 277. declaration of faith, 452; foresight of the

Croker, John, Memoir of-born 1673; devotedness distress which came upon those who had

of his parents-his education; goes to been in power; visits Dunkirk, 462; ques

Pennsylvania, 1; his difficulties, 2; em

barks for England-taken by a privateer, tions to the Friars, 463, 464; addresses Parliament, 466, 475; a message to the

3; lands in Newfoundland, 4; trials in get. Rulers, 467; meets T. Ellwood at I.

ting home, 5; religious exercise, 7; marPennington's, 474; visits Ireland, 482;

riage, 8; appears in the ministry-death of replies to the N. England persecutors and

his wife-close trials, 9-10; second marriage a popish pamphlet, 484; defends Friends

11; letter-advice to his son, 12; death, 14. before Parliament, and a committee. 485:1 Cromwell, Oliver, interview with, 389, 431. appeals to the king on behalf of Friends

Christ, praying and worshipping in the name of, in New England; rebukes J. Perrot,

61 ; The Word of God not the Scriptures, 486; imprisoned and dies in Newgate,

163, 398; The eternal Son of God, 191; 487; Testimonies, 489, 490, 491.

Salvation by Him, 330, 342; testimony of Buttery, Isabel, visits London in 1653, 389.

him, 410, 420, 435, 453. Bunyan, John, opposes Friends, 418.

Day, Lord's, 61, 62, 65. Conscience, how governed, 265.

Dudley, Mary, life of, 278; religious exercises and Crisp, Stephen, life of, preface by John Field, letters, 279 to 284; conflicts respecting her

135; early visitations, 138; meets with call to the ministry-marriage and removal James Parnell, 141 ; singular exercise in into Ireland, 284; travels as a minister, meeting, 142; visits Scotland—discerns 287; journey in Holland, &c., 290; family wrong spirits, 144; visit to the Low Coun

visit at Cork, 300; to Ulster Province, 301 ;

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