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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
To the Judges,
G. F. his Mittimus by Bennet and
To the Priefts of Darby,
To the Priefts of Darby,
To T. Crafton and C. Studbolm, 203
To the Juftices trying Minifters, 257
To thofe that Scorn at Trembling
92,93 E. Pyat to F. Glin, Chief Juft.
To Friends to keep up Meetings,393
-To Juftice Barton and Bennet,
To Juftice Sawrey,
To Adam Sand,
Bedfordshire Yearly-Meeting, 480 Againft the Dark Spirits,
G. Monk's Order,
G. F's Answer to his Mittimus,
Concer. E. B's Decease, Pt.II. p.13
Ifaac Lindley's Letter to G. F. 122
Of putting Children to Trades, 136
To Margaret Fox,
Conc. the A&t againft Meetings, 149
All Friends that do marry,
G. F's Prayer to the Lord,
To the fame,
G. F's Mittimus to Worceft. Prif. 222
G. F's Allegiance and Suprem. 239
To the King, the Quak. Princip. 244
To Margaret Fox,.
Getting the Affections of People,306
To Magift. & Peop. of Oldenburg,557
To Margaret Fox,
To Margaret Fox,
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
To the Yearly-Meeting in Lond. 393
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,
1686. Anc. Prifoners at the Yearly-M. 456
The King opening Prisons,
Concerning the two Seeds,
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.
Hearing and telling News,
To Quarterly and Yearly Meetings in Americi,
Court in Gracious-street, 1710. R
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A journal, or Hiftorical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Chriftian Experiences, and Labour of Love in the Work of the Ministry, of that Ancient, Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jefus Chrift, George Fox. the fecond Edition in two Volumes Price 10 s.
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The Vork of that memorable and anciens Servant of Chrift, Stephen