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THE

FRIENDS' LIB R A R Y:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS

OF

MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.

VOL. VII.

CONTAINING

MEMOIRS OF DANIEL WHEELER.—THE LIFE OF THOMAS ELLWOOD.
MEMORANDA OF MARY HAGGER.-MEMOIR OF ANN CROWLEY,

AND A SHORT ACCOUNT OF WILLIAM LEDDRA.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1843.

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INDEX TO VOL. VII.

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of deism, 427; excessive distraint for tithes,
A.

death, 429.
ALEXANDER, EMPEROR: account of his death,
by D. Wheeler, page 55.

Faith in Christ, which is accompanied by good
Address to the missionaries at New Zealand, works, necessary to realizing the benefits of his
275.

coming, 21, 232, the importance of living faith, 40.
B.

FRIENDLY ISLES, remarks of C. Wheeler on,
BOLABOLA, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, 334.
323.

H.
C.
CROWLEY, ANN, Memoir of, 462; powerfully

HUAHINE, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting,

321.
visited by Divine grace,-ib; death of her father
and sister Mary, 463; appears in the ministry, HERVEY ISLES, remarks of C. Wheeler, on, 330.
464; religious visit in Wales, 466; joins S. Har-

HAGGER, Mary; her memoranda, 430; testi-
rison in a religious visit in Worcestershire, &c.,
467; visit to Buckinghamshire, &c., 468; joins 433; call to the ministry, 434; death of her hus-

mony concerning her, ib.; birth and education,
Phebe Speakman, 469; visit to Dorset, Hants

, band, and peculiar trials, 435; removal to Ashford,
Devon

, &c., ib.; unites with S. Horne in a family 436; religious visit to Bedfordshire, &c., 443; to
visit

, and in attending meetings in Surry, Sussex, Nottinghamshire, 445; to Essex, 455; attends
Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, &c., 470; travels in the the Yearly Meeting in London, 457; visits the
ministry with P. H. Gurney, 471; visits the fami- families of her own Monthly Meeting, ib.; ex-
lies of her own meeting, with W. Forster, 473; pressions during an illness, 458; recovers so as to
also Hampshire, Somerset and Bristol, ib.; reli-
gious service with Wm. and R. Byrd, ib.; illness get to meeting, 459; last sickness and death,

460-1.
and death, 476.

L.
CROWLEY, REBECCA, account of her sickness

LETTER from the congregation at Teahupon,
and death, 477.

respecting D. Wheeler, 147; from Tekori, a na-
E.

tive boy, 235; from the missionaries, 227; from
Ermeo, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, 320. the missionaries at Lifuka, 251; from the mission-

ELLWOOD, THOMAS, his life, 347; testimo- aries at New Zealand, 278; from the Empress
nies concerning him, 343; remarkable inci- Elizabeth, relative to the illness and death of Al-
dent, 349; visits I. Pennington, 350; convinced exander, 314; of Charles Wheeler to his family,

relative to the South Sea Isles, 316; from T. Loe
of Friends' principles, 352; effects thereof, 353;
suffers much from his father for his testimony and I. Pennington, to T. Ellwood, 371.
against hat honour and the corrupt language of LEDDRA, WILLIAM; account of his arrest and
the world, 359_-361; is arrested at Maidenhead, martyrdom, 479; letter written by him shortly be-
*363; his examination and discharge, 364; writes fore he suffered, ib.
a Warning to priests, 366; imprisoned at Oxford,
369; letter from Thomas Loe, 370; from I. Pen-

N.
nington, 371; attempt of his father to prevent his New ZEALAND, remarks of C. Wheeler on, 337.
going to meeting, 373; introduction to Milton,
350; imprisonment at the Old Bailey, London,

P.
382; removed to Newgate, 387; discharged, and PETERSBURG ; dreadful inundation there, 52.
goes to I. Pennington's, 391; commences teach-
ing his children, ib.; arrested again and sent to PROPITIATORY SACRIFICE OF CHRIST, 7, 21, 40,
prison, 394; returns home and examines Paradise 90, 144, 164, 204, 232, 233, 256, 257, 269.
Lost, 396; imprisoned again, 397; memorable
meeting with the followers of J. Perrot, 398; his

R.
marriage, 401; remarks on the Conventicle Act, RAIATEA, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting,
403 ; prosecution of two informers, 406; dispute 322.
with T. Hicks, 409; writes against tithes, 410;

S.
replies to W. Rogers’ attack on Friends, 411; ar-
rested on account of a book he published, 412; SCRIPTURES OF TRUTH not thc Word of God,
publishes his Seasonable Dissuasive

from persecu- 40, 41, 111, 153; their value, 176, 260.
tion
, 416; pathetic description of Friends' suffer-

SANDWICH ISLANDS, Address to the Rulers of,
viding spirit, 418; account of George Fox, 423; by D. Wheeler, 199.
controversy with G. Keith, 423; Epistle respect- SPIRIT of Truth, the necessity of its trans-
ing his separation, 424; reply to G. K.'s charge forming operations in the soul, 21, 41, 58, 83, 96,

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