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The FOURTH TABLE; being a Catalogue of the Epiftles, Letters and Papers of G. F's, and Others, contained in this Journal.

THE Appearance of the Lord's
Everlafting Truth, &c.
Teftim. Pt. I. p. 25
1650

To the Judges,
To the fame.

G. F. his Mittimus by Bennet and
Barton, Juftices,

76

77

ibid.

To the Priefts of Darby,
To the Magiftrates of Darby, ibid.
To Barion and Bennet, Juftices, 78,79
To Juftice Bennet,
To Juftice Barton,
To the Mayor of Darby,
To the Court of Darby,
To the Ringers,2,1
To Friends and others, 85, 86, c.
To the Convinced People, 88,89
To the Faithful an Encouragem, 89
To the Juftices of Darby,
To the fame,

To the Priefts of Darby,
To the Juftices of Darby,
To Col, Barton, Justice,
1651.

To T. Crafton and C. Studbolm, 203
G.B, to the Magift, at Carlisle, 207
1954.
To Friends in the Miniftry,
Toall Profeffors of Chriftianity,247
To fuch as follow the World's Fa-
fhions,
252

220

To the Juftices trying Minifters, 257
1655.

To thofe that Scorn at Trembling
and Quaking,
272
To Churches in outward Forms,279
To Friends to offer themselves for
their Brother, Sc
286
An Encouragement to Friends, 287
To Friends in the N. of Ireland, 294
To the 7 Parifbes at Landfend, 302
1656.
Concerning Swearing,
Peter Ceely's Mittimus,

99

ibid. 90,91

340

314

325

93,94

344

347

353

92,93 E. Pyat to F. Glin, Chief Juft.
To Magiftrates of Watches,
Answer to Exon-Warrant,
To Priefts and Profeffors,
To Friends in the Miniftry,
E. P. to Major Gen. Desborow, 366
G. F. to the fame,
Concerning Pleasures,
To the Bowlers,
To all the Elect,

361

367

370

394 398

1

To Friends to keep up Meetings,393
Judging any in Meetings,
An Anfwer to a Profeffor,
Profeffors, Priefts,Gr. Darknefs, 402
1657.
The truft Faft, and false,
418
Of Lufts, Affections, Defires, 440
To try all things, &c.
Be valiant for the Truth,
Order of Council in Scotland, 459
To the Council of Edenborough, 461

442
446

801

381

182
ibid.

98,99
ibid.
49

-To Juftice Barton and Bennet,
To the convinced and tender Peo-

102

"plé,
1517
To the Magiftrates of Darby, 103,
Lamentation over Darby, 105,106
1652.
F. Naylor's Account of Lancaffer
Seffions,
167 to 170
173, 174, 175
To William Lampit, 176, 177
To the Prieft of Ulverston, ibid.
To the Followers of Prieft Lampit,
179, 180, 181
181, 182

To Juftice Sawrey,

To Adam Sand,
1653.
A.P. to the Judges of Affize, 199,200
G.F's Challenge to Profeff. 202,203

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371

393

1658.

1568.

493
496

Bedfordshire Yearly-Meeting, 480 Againft the Dark Spirits,
To the Lady Claypool,
Concerning Fafting,
To the Parliament, of Profeffors,502
Te Friends to go on faithfully, 507
About the Image of 0.C.
1659.
To keep from Plots, &c.
To keep out of Powers, &c.
Of the Day of Recompence,
Concerning Shipwracks,
1660.

510

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511
17
ibid.
522

G. Monk's Order,

G. F's Answer to his Mittimus,
M. Fell to all Magiftrates,
Concerning true Religion,
Against Perfecution.
Concerning Change of Governm.549
To King Charles the Second, 550
The Sheriff of Lancaft. Return, 555
The K's Order for G.F's Releal.ibid.
Judge Mallet's Warrant, 556
To Friends to fend up Sufferings,561
A Declaration againft Plotters, 562
The King's Mandamus to N. E. 577
1661.
Of the true Worship,
581
Keeping on the Hat in Prayer, 586
The World faith, Kifs the Book,
1662.
To the King, Friends Sufferings, 589
T. Sharman's Letter to G. F. 590
The grounds of Perfecution, 592
The End of the Epiftles in Pt. Í.

588

1666.
G. F's Discharge and Pafport,

530

540

544

547
548

Concer. E. B's Decease, Pt.II. p.13
1663.
Of Oliver Atherton's Death, p.38
Lancaft.Prifoners to Juft.Flemming,43

1664.
G. F. to Daniel Flemming,
To Judges giving Nick-names,
A Teftimony againft Plotting,
A Day of Tryal and Exercise,
To keep out of F. P's Spirit,
1665.

Concerning Tithes,

47

49

54

57

58

71

87.

109

1669.

17

Ifaac Lindley's Letter to G. F. 122
Sound, found abroad, you faithful Ser-
vants of the Lord,

127

Of putting Children to Trades, 136
1670

To Margaret Fox,

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139

Conc. the A&t againft Meetings, 149
Friends to ftand to their Teft, 141
Encouragem. under Sufferings, 151
Vifitations abused, &c.

154

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All Friends that do marry,
**1671.

·156-

G. F's Prayer to the Lord,
From Barbados to Fr. in England, 164
Another Epiftle to Fr. in Engl. 167
For the Governor of Barbados, 172
To Margaret Fox,

178

1673.

To the fame,

215

G. F's Mittimus to Worceft. Prif. 222
To Margaret Fox,
223
To the Ld.Windfore, GF's Cafe, 224
G. F's Habeas Corpus,

23

G. F's Allegiance and Suprem. 239
1674.

254

To the King, the Quak. Princip. 244
H. Parker to the Gaoler, 248.
1675.
To Friends in Westmorland,
1676.
To Friends at the Yearly-Meet. 255
Spirit of Oppofers, and Work, 272
1677.

289

To Margaret Fox,.
A Teftimony againft Tithes,
The Spirit of Separation,
To Princess Eliz. Herwerden, 290
The Princess her Answer to G.F.294
Fafting, Prayer, &c.
561

Getting the Affections of People,306
To Friends at Dantzick,

307

To Magift. & Peop. of Oldenburg,557
To Magift. & Pr. of Hamborough,573
To the Embaffadors at Nimeguen,577
The Spirit of Separation,

To Margaret Fox,

279
283

310

319

1678.

333

To Margaret Fox,
To John III. King of Poland,
To Friends in Amfterdam,
Concerning Prescriptions,
Let Life reign over Death,
The hurt of Disorderly Spirits, 339
To Quart and Monthly Meetings,341
To the Churches of Chrift,
To Friends in Prifon,

338

1679. To Friends of the Yearly Meet. 346 Be valiant for the Truth, To dwell in Humility, 1680. To the Parliament againft Plots, 358 To Magiftrates to be moderate, 359

352 353

1681.

324

325

332

343 345

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To the Yearly-Meeting in Lond. 393
To Friends, a Salutation,
My Love is to you all,
Fruits of Peace and Quietnefs, 403
To all the Elect, &c.

395 400

409

1684. To the Duke of Holstein, To Friends, an Epiftle,

1685. Keep out of the World's Spirit, 428 Excefs in Apparel, To Friends who are Called, Among all Societies, &c. Here you may fee when To fobn III. King of Poland, Concerning Judging,

431 434

1686. Anc. Prifoners at the Yearly-M. 456

421 426

436

439

443

447

459

The King opening Prisons,
In Chrift is no Separation, 461
Men and Womens Quart. Meet. 462
Church cloathed with the Sun, 464
The Falling away, Sr.
Noah and bis Family were called, 472
The Firft and Second Adam,
1687.

468

475

484

486

488

Concerning the two Seeds,
Concerning Prayer,
True and falfe Offering,
Caution in time of Liberty,
God's Goodness to Mankind,
Repentance before Baptifin,
God's People to be like him,
The Right Way to Chrift,
Except a Man be born again,
The Jews Rebellion, their Lofs, 498
God so loved the World, that be 500
The Stone became a Mountain, 502
Regeneration and San&tification,504
1688.

490

490

492

476

479

481

All you Believers in the Light, 510 An approaching Storm, 513 Mofes and Chrift's Houfe, SIS Thrones on Earth contended for,518 The World's empty Teachers, ibid. Not to remove the Land-mark, 519 Apoftles Husbandmen, &c. 520 1689.

522

Hearing and telling News,
To P.H. and Friends at Dantzick,524
To the Magiftrates of Dantzick, 525
Great Shakings in the World, 528
To keep in Love and Unity,
To Friends in Barbados,

To Quarterly and Yearly Meetings in Americi,

534

FINI S.

530

530

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