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STOR, LENOX AND
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INDEX TO VOL. I.

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Christ, his divinity and manhood, 28. Faith in
Acts of parliament against Friends, 75.

him, 33. I'he Word, 35. The true light,

45. Incarnation, death, resurrection, &c.,
Addresses to the king, 54.
Advices, 136.

80. His manhood, 98. Divinity, 99, 100.
African race, 21.

Incarnation, &c., 162.
Aldam, Thomas, 35.

Christ within, 18. The Seed, 42.
Alexander the Great, 276.

Christendom, its degeneracy, 195–199, 201.
Amusements, 144.

Christians, early, 201, 322.
Christians of the first century,

322.
Ancestry, 240.

Clergy, 223, 245.
Ap John, John, 44.

Comedies, 266.
Apparel, 254, 257, 260.

Compliments, 226.
Apprentices, 130.

Conduct and conversation, 132.
Atkinson, Aaron, convinced, 153.

Conformists, 5.
Atonement, 17, 28.

Congenies, 409.
Avarice, 220, 246.

Conscience, liberty of, 7, 9, 22, 23.
B

Conventicle Act, 75.

Conventicles, law to suppress, 11, 12, 75.
Babylon, 271.

Convincements, 39, 47.
Baptism with water, 6, 18, 42, 378, 387, 431.
Baptists, or Anabaptists, rise and opinions, 6.

Cornplanter, speech of, &c., 356, 365.
Barbadoes, George Fox's address to the governor, Covetousness, 246.

Corruption, in the church, 7, 8.
80.

Crisp, Stephen, 137.
Battledore, 54.

Crisp, Thomas, 69.
Baxter, 17, 22.

Cromwell, Oliver, dissolves the parliament, 9. His
Bayle, George, supposed murder of, 172.

death, 10, 36, 47. Friends offer their bodies
Believers, none but regenerated persons, 29.

to him instead of others in jail, 38.
Bequests, 135.

Cromwell, Richard, 47.
Births and Burials, record of, 136, 154.

Crook, John, 46.
Blasphemy, 34, 35.

Cross of Christ, 195, 200, 203, 212.
Books, distributing, 160.

Customs, 264.
Bowing, 231.

Customs and fashions, 132.
Bread and wine, 18, 41, 378, 398, 431.

Cyrus, 275.
Brown, Emmanuel, 398.

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Brownists, their opposition to the Church of Eng-
land; discipline and persecution, &c., 5.

Dancing, 305.
Bunyan, John, 6.

D'Aubigny, lord, 174.
Burnyeate, John, 82.

Deaths, record of, 136.
Burrough, Edward, 35, 53, 57, 170.

Derbyshire, 29.
Burying-grounds, 136.

Detraction, 133.

Dewsbury, William, 35, 125.
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Differences, 135, 139.
Camm, Anne, 473.

Directory for public worship, 9.

Discipline introduced, 69. Opposition to it, 88.
Camm, Thomas, 479.

History of its institution, 109.
Ceremonies, 3, 5.

Disownment, 127.
Certificates, 137.

Dissenters, their jealousy and opposition to the
Charity, 133, 140.
Charles I., his measures against the Puritans; his Distraints, 152.

church, 7. Bill for their relief, 13.
death, 8.
Charles II. came to the throne, 10; profligacy

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and dissipation in his reign, 16; applica- Edmundson, William, 37.
tion to him by Friends, 182, 186.

Education, 129.
Cheevers, Sarah, 174.

Edward VI., reformation, 4.

Elders, first appointment of, 122.

their principles, 23; illiberal treatment of, 24;
Election and reprobation, 73.

honesty and integrity blessed, 36; carried to
Elizabeth restores the litany; act of uniformity, prison in carts, 58; worship in a steeple-house,
&c., 4, 5.

58; privileges of, 67; how to distinguish from
Epistle to Ireland, 39. On ministry, 42. Of con- others, as regards swearing, 71; their pious-

solation, 52, 90. To the Yearly Meeting, ness, 77; uprightness, 94; liberated by the
90. Of Christopher Story, 157.

king, 95; falsely charged with opposing the
Evans, Catharine, 174.

Light to Christ's outward appearance, 107.
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Faith, 71, 200, 219, 220.

Gilles, a company of persons called Friends reside
Fall of man, 99, 106, 221.

there, 412.
Family visits, 137.

Glasgow disturbances, 155.
Fashions, 132, 136, 181, 226-235, 265.

Grace, universal, 71.
Feasts, 135.
Fifth-monarchy-men, 11, 49.

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Fire in London, 67.

Hacker, colonel, 52.
Fletcher, Mary, 446.

Hat, George Fox appears in court with it on, 37,
Fox, George, memoir of, 27; integrity and simpli- 42; suffering on account of, 53, 231 ; William

city, 28; directed to Christ as his Saviour, Savery and David Sands ordered to take off
30; first imprisoned, 31; cruelly beaten, 31; theirs, 406.
cries against injustice and sports, 32; asked Hireling ministers, 133, 136.
whether any of the Quakers were Christ, 33; Holy Scriptures; doctrines proved by them; preach-
called Quaker, 33; imprisoned at Derby, 33;

ing from them, 16; not put in place of
cruelly used and charged with blasphemy, 34,

Christ, 17, 21, 23, 24, 29, 34; the words
35; sent up to Cromwell, 36; hue and cry

of God, but Christ is the Word, 35, 37,
after him, 37; is arrested; writes against

107; proposals for printing, 121 ; read-
oaths, 37; imprisoned, 38; at Bristol, 39; de-

ing, 145; rejected by some in Ireland,
scribes the spreading of Truth, 39; ministry,

450.
&c., 42; Wales and Scotland, 44; ordered Holy Spirit, the teacher of men, 15, 17; offices
before the magistrates at Edinburgh, 45; ar-

of, 18, 23, 29, 34, 37, 39, 44; universally
gues against college education for the minis-

given, 60, 146. Christopher Story's tes-
try, 45; writes against fasts, 45 ; writes to

timony to the gift of the Spirit, 163;
parliament, 47; to wreckers, 47; Yearly William Savery's testimony, 378.
Meeting at Balby, 47; General Meeting at Honour, 216, 218.
Skipton, 48; imprisoned at Lancaster, 48; Hookes, Ellis, 66.
addresses the king, 49; at the bar of king's Hooton, Elizabeth, 30.
bench, 49; recites the sufferings of Friends, Hoskens, Jane, life of, 460.
53; writes against J. Perrot, 55, 61 ; against Hotham, justice, 34.
swearing, 56; arrested again and liberated, Howgill, Francis, 48.
57; a reward offered for, 59; visits colonel Hubberthorn, Richard, 37, 49, 54.
Kirby, 59; arrested; oath tendered to him at

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Lancaster assize; conversation with judge
Trisden, 59, 62; writes against fighting, 60; Independents, rise and character, 6; put an end to
acts as a Christian under persecution, 63;

the commonwealth and parliament, 9.
suffers greatly in prison, 63; removed to Indians, 21, 79, 331; pacific Indians, 339; prison-
Scarborough, 64; discourse on the universal- ers, 338, 341 ; treaty, 349.
ity of the light of Christ and the efficacy of Infidelity in Ireland, 437, 440, 441, 450.
his death, 64; on plain language, oaths, the Informers, 151, 152, 186.
church, tithes, marriage, &c., 65; liberated, Introduction, 3. Ceremonies introduced as the
66; foretells the end of the Turkish war, 67; substance of religion decayed. Reformers'
at Skipton meeting, 68; sets up Meetings for

first duty was to draw from these rites. The
Discipline, and recommends them to Friends Light leads back to simplicity. Successive
in other parts, 69; conversation with a Pa-

reformations aimed at greater spirituality,
pist, 70; visits Ireland, 72; marries, 74; writes

Reformation under Edward VI., 4.
to justices, 75; embarks for America, 78;

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writes respecting the Indians, &c., 79; an ad-
dress to the governor of Barbadoes, 80; re-

Jesus Christ, character and doctrine, 298, &c.
turns to England, and is arrested in Worces-

John the Baptist, 300.
tershire, 85; released, 86; visits Holland, Justification, 17, 18.
87, 95; gift of Swarthmore, 96; last post-

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script he wrote to Yearly Meeting's epistle, Kirby, colonel, his persecution of George Fox, 59,
100; death, 103.

72.
Friends, take no part in revolutions of the state,
10, 19; pretexts for persecuting them, 10;

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laws passed against them, 11; many reduced Language, plain, 32, 64, 132.
to destitution, 12; opposition to tithes and a Latey, Gilbert, life of, 167.
forced maintenance, &c., 15; acknowledge Laud, archbishop, 8.
the authority of Holy Scripture; offices of Laws enacted or enforced against Friends, 10, 11,
the Holy Spirit, 17; character, 19; effects of 12.

Learning, useful, recommended by George Fox, 23. Pickering, Timothy, speech to the Indians, 362,
Leicestershire, 29.

365.
Letters of Christopher Story, 165.

Plague in London, 176.
Levis, Elizabeth, 466, 469.

Plain language, 132, 136, 182, 236, 431.
Liberty of conscience, denounced, 9; promised by Plainness, 32, 36.
Charles II., 10, 22, 23.

Play-actors, 267.
Light, Divine, 18, 30, 34, 37; curse against it, 45; Plays, 260.

not natural, 45; denied to be universal, 60, Pleasures, 265.
64, 106.

Political affairs, 65.
Lotteries, 437.

Poor, supported, 68, 133, 140; of Ireland, 435, 436.
Love and unity, 127.

Prayer, 145, 213, 219.
Luxury, 220, 252, 262, 439, 444, 453.

Presbyterians, first established ; sentiments and

number, 6; opposition to toleration, 7, 9.
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Pride, 220, 224, 240; in religion, 244.
Majolier Lewis, 409—411.

Priests, persecuting, 75.
Marriages, legality questioned, 55, 65; order in it, Prison discipline, 20.
70, 79, 128.

Propitiation, 28, 31, 44, 80, 100, 199.
Marsh, esquire, 70.

Prospectus, 1: character and writings of the early
Memorials, 137.

Friends, &c. 1.
Meeting, General, at Skipton, 48, 68.

Proud man, character of, 243.
Meeting-houses pulled down, 179.

Public rebuke, 134.
Meetings, diligent attendance of, 141.

Punishment, capital, 20, 34.
Meetings for Discipline, establishment of, 116, Puritans, 4, 5, 7, 8.
122, 124.

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Meeting for Sufferings, 68, 118.
Meetings for worship, 123; in London, establish-Quakers, when so called, 33, 34, 36; love one an-
ed, 170.

other, 66, 72; thought mad and whimsical,
Military exactions and persecution, 329.

173.
Ministry, learning unnecessary for, 6; state of, 13; Quarterly Meetings, 68, 69, 121.
not acquired at college, 29, 32, 42, 45, 46,

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102; híreling, 133, 136; certificates of min-
isters, 137 ; qualification for it, 148.

Ranters, 35.
Moderation, 19, 37.

Rebuke, public, 134.
Monthly Meetings, 69; at Amsterdam, 402; at

Recreations, 254, 259.
Congenies, 410.

Red Jacket, a speech of his, 360, 361, 363.
Monument to commemorate lying, 443.

Regeneration, 226.
More, Hannah, 442.

Religion, 48, 246.

Representatives, 121, 125.
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Reprobation, 44, 73.
Negroes, 79.

Rogers, William, 69.
New England, 53.

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No Cross, No Crown, 193.
Nottinghamshire, 29.

Sacrament, 41.

Salutations, 226.
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Salvation, what brings it, 71.
Oaths, law against Friends for refusing to swear, Savery, William, journal of, 325; testimony con-

11; testimony against, 20; George Fox cerning him, 326 ; his visits to Indians, 332,
wrote against them, 37, 38; of allegiance 349; visit to Virginia, 368; voyage to E11-
and supremacy, 56; tendered to George rope, 370; to the continent, 374; assists in
Fox, 59; conversation with judge Trisden reconciling a difference in Germany, 387;
on swearing, 59, 65; refused by priests in concern for his own further sanctification,
France, 415; death for refusing, 455.

403; a deep sense of his unworthiness, 418;
Offenders, treatment of, 126, 141.

acknowledgment of a Turk, 420; arrival
Overseers, 125.

in Ireland, 433; visits the king of England,

445; visits Newgate, 453; embarks for
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home, 456 ; letter to him and David Sands,
Paine, Thomas, 406.

from Marconnay, 458.
Paris, 406, 416.

Schools, 23, 72, 434, 435, 437, 439.
Parnell, James, 35.

Scotch priests and their curses, 45.
Pemberton, John, 381.

Seed, Christ the, explained, 42.
Penn, William, 22.

Self-denial, 205.
Pennsylvania, 22.

Separatists arise, 69, 150; in Ireland, 450.
Perfection, 18, 30, 86.

Shackleton, Abraham, 440, 450.
Perrot, John, 55, 61, 67, 172.

Sharmon, Thomas, writes to George Fox, 56.
Persecution, of dissenters, 7; pretexts for, 10; con- Skipton, 48, 68.

stancy of Friends under, 22; of George Fox, Slaveholders, cruelty of, 331.

31; increases, 46, 75, 163, 173, 176. Sleeping in meetings, 124.
Persecutors, end of, 157, 174.

Soup-houses, 445, 446, 452.
Personal respect, 226.

Spirituous liquors, 135, 437.
Peter and Paul, 300, 301.

Sprinkling, 70.

Story, Christopher, life of, 142.

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Story, John, 69.

Waiting on the Lord, 216; accounted a crime,
Sufferings, 136; in Ireland, 455.

175.
Superfluities, Gilbert Latey refuses to deal in, Waldenses, 304.
172.

War, 6; between Charles I. and the parliament, 8;
Swarthmore, 426.

testimony against, 21, 33; declaration against,
Swearing, 38, 71.

49, 225; violation of the testimony, 450.
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Watches on the highways to arrest Friends, 38.

West, Benjamin, 445.
Talebearing, 125, 133.

Whitehead, John, 66.
Taylor, Christopher, 146.

Wickliffe on baptism, 6.
Temperance, 19, 272.

Widows, provision for them and children, 70, 74.
Thompson, Thomas, 191.

Wilberforce, William, 443, 454.
Tithes, opposed by Selden, 5; by Baptists, 6; by Wilkinson, Jemima, 351, 355.

Friends, 11, 133, 161; Friends imprisoned Wilkinson, John, 44, 69, 146.
for, 423.

Women's Meetings, 189.
Titles, 226.
Toleration, opposed, 7; Act, under William and Worship, houses of; practice of visiting different

Worship, 123, 209; in spirit, 210, 213.
Mary, 13, 22, 53.

places, 16, 31; not temples, 29.
Trade and business, 131, 181.

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Yearly Meeting, at Balby, 47, 68, 69; of New
Unity, 127.

England, 83; establishment of that in Lon-
Urie, 430.

don, 116; of those in America, 119, 122;
Usher, Elizabeth, 441.

of ministers, 122.

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