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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. VIII.

CONTAINING

MEMOIRS OF THOMAS SCATTERGOOD.—THE CHRISTIAN PROGRESS

OF GEORGE WHITEHEAD.-MEMOIRS OF JOHN ROBERTS.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED FOR WILLIAM AND THOMAS EVANS,

BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW.

1844.

BX 7613 F12

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Hartian .

Netcher
12-10-52
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INDEX TO VOL. VIII.

A.

S.
Acts of Parliament against the Quakers, page SCATTERGOOD, Thomas, Testimony concerning,
319, 328, 341.

1; Memoir of, 3; first marriage, ib. ; appears as a
B.

minister, 5; letter to H. Drinker, ib. ; goes to New
Books-remarks on the distribution of religious England with David Brooks, ib. ; death of his wife,
books, 43, 53.

ib.; extracts from his memorandums, 6; marries

again, 8; visits New England, 9; visits Long
BROOKS, David, letter to T. Scattergood 129, Island, &c., 10; visits parts of New York yearly
211.

meeting, 11 ; attends Fairfax Quarterly meeting,
Bevans, John, letter to T. Scattergood, 211. and the meetings composing it, 13; detention at
C.

Redstone, 15; joined by Peter Yarnall, 19; meets

John Townsend from England, ib.; goes to Bucks
CARTER, JOHN, account of his convincement, 34. and Burlington Quarters, and some of the meet-
Crowley, Ann, letters to T. Scattergood, 78, ings, 20; visits some meetings on Long Island and

in New York state, 21; Quarterly meeting at
116, 151, 165, 182, 207, 208, 210.

Rahway with Rebecca Jones and M. Robinson, ib.;
CLAR IDGE, RICHARD, testimony concerning G. remarkable occurrence and meeting at Rahway,
Whiteh ead 449.

22; visits Haddonfield and Salem Quarters, 24;
D.

Southern States, 25; letter to H. Cathrall, ib.;
DRINKER, ELIZABETH, account of he ess and Religious opportunity with some reapers, 27;
death, 69

Preaches to soine slaves by the road side, 41; let-
Dillwyn, G. & S., letter from them to Thomas ter to John Pemberton, 42; remarks respecting
Scattergood, 81.

distributing Friends' books, 43, 53; letter to Eli-

zabeth Hendricks, 46; remarks on a review of his
DUDLEY, Mary, letter to T. Scattergood, 102, religious services, 57; account of the Yellow
117, 199.

Fever of 1793, 57; extracts from his memoranda,
DEW SBURY, WILLIAM, letter to Jailer at Bury, 60; illness of R. Jones, and her view of T. S.'s
258.

visit to England, 60; embarks for England, 61;
DECLARATION, of Faith, by G. Whitehead and extracts from his memorandums of the voyage, 62;
others, 451

arrival in England, 66; letter to S. Harrison, 77;
E.

goes to Ireland, 87; returns to London, 98; letter
ELLIOTT, John, letters to T. Scattergood, 84.

to Sarah Cresson, 104; remarkable meetings at

Sheffield, 125–6; letter to A. Crowley, 148;
H.

death of his daughter, 157, 160; visits some of
HENDRICKS, ELIZABETH, letter to her, 46,

the prisons in London, 161-2; letter from David
HORNE, SUSANNAH, letters to her, 209, 211, 213. Sands to him, 163; do. from Ann Crowley, 165;
I.

do. to R. Jones, 167; visit to Scotland, 170; let-

ter from M. Dudley, 171; has a meeting in the
IBBOTT, THOMAS, predicts the fire in London, street, 177; letter from A. Crowley, 182; do.
337.

from S. Talbot, 188, 191; do. to S. H. 190; do.
J.

from M. Dudley, 199; do. to G. Dillwyn, 200;
JONES, REBECCA, her views of T: Scattergood's embarks for home, 203; arrives at New York,
visit to England, 60; letters to him, 61, 62, 98, 110, 205; letter to a friend in England, 205–7; do.
157.

from A. Crowley, 207–8-10; do. to S. Horne,
M.

209-10; do. from John Taber, 211; do. from John
MINISTRY, qualifications for true gospel, 234. Bevans, 211; spends some months at Westtown

School, 212; letter to one of the Teachers, 213;
R.

do. to S. Horne, 213; accompanies her in a reli-
ROBERTS, John, Memoirs of, 463; convinced of gious visit to New England, &c., 214; remarkable
the principles of Friends, 464; imprisoned at Ci- incident respecting an Indian, 220; return home,
rencester, 465; remarkable interview with his 222; letter to a friend, 224; sickness and death,
persecutor, ib. ; interview with Lady Dunch, 466; 225.
visits her, 467; discourses with a priest on the
doctrine of perfection, ib.; conversation with the T. Scattergood, 72; his death and burial, 75.

SPAVOLD, SAMUEL, interview between him and
Bishop of Gloucester, 469; goes to see him a se-
cond time, 470; discourse on the principles and

Savery, William, letter to T. Scattergood, 80.
practices of Friends, 472; persecuted by J. Guise, Sands, David, travels with T. Scattergood in
477; visit to him, ib.; remarkable incident relative N. England, 8, 9, 10; letter to T. S., 163.
to his father, 478; interview with James George, SCRIPTURES, Holy, advantages of educating
479; his death, &c., 480.

children in a knowledge of, 233.

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