An epistle of tender caution and counsel, from the monthly meetings of Friends of Philadelphia affectionately addressed to the members of our religious society; in the said city. by Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia.

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An Epistle of tender counsel and advice to all that have believed the truth (Philadelphia, Friends' Book Store, ), by Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of from the monthly meetings of Friends of Philadelphia book Religious Society of Friends Advice and caution from our Monthly Meeting at Philadelphia.

Held the 25th day of the sixth month,concerning children and servants. Full text of "A collection of the epistles from the Yearly Meeting of Friends in London: to the Quarterly and Monthly meetings in Great-Britain, Ireland and elsewhere, from to ; being from the first establishment of that meeting to the present time" See other formats.

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When I was at Newbegun Creek a Friend was there who labored for his living, having no negroes, and who had been a minister many years. A General Epistle to Friends, by Way of Caution, to take Heed to the Light; That they may be preserved from that Lazy, Idle Spirit, that Veils the Life, (GG) An Epistle to North West Fork Monthly Meeting (formerly published by Friends Book Store, Philadelphia) (GG) Online: The Original and Present State of Man, from ed.

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-A Declaration of the Views of the Society of Friends, in Relation to Church Government. Compiled Principally from the Writings of George Fox, Stephen Crisp, Robert Barclay and William Penn (New York, )-A Little Present for Friends and Friendly People: In the Form of a Miscellaneous Discourse.

By a Poor Illiterate Mechanic. (Philadelphia, ). Quaker John Woolman on War Tax Resistance. withdrew; others of them continued till the last. At length an epistle of tender love and caution to Friends in Pennsylvania was drawn up, and being read several times and corrected, was signed by such as were free to sign it, and afterward sent to the Monthly and Quarterly Meetings.

A review of the general and particular causes which have produced the late disorders and divisions in the Yearly meeting of Friends, held in Philadelphia: with introductory remarks on the state of the primitive churches, their gradual declension, and subsequent advancement in reformation, to the rise of the Society of Friends.

Philadelphia. In the Eleventh Month he left Bentham to sojourn awhile with his brother, and on the 9th of the First Month,he received a certificate of removal from Settle Monthly Meeting, addressed to the Friends of Pyrmont and Minden, which certified that he was a member of the Society of Friends, and a minister well approved by the church.

The letters from Palestine and Syria were written for the Friends' Review by An epistle of tender caution and counsel Jones and Ellen Clare Miller (since Pearson). Extracts have been chosen to give their descriptions of the country and the nature of their work there.

The book has been prepared in the midst of other work, and that must in part be the apology for its imperfections. Journal of the life and religious services of William Evans, a minister of the gospel in the Society of Friends.

Philadelphia: For sale at Friends' Book Store, Fell, Margaret. A call unto the seed of Israel: that they may come out of Egypts darkness, and house of bondage, unto the land of.

The anti-slavery Friends still kept up their Monthly and Quarterly Meetings at Green Plain. Such was the state of things among them in the spring ofwhen accompanied by my friend Isaac Nichols, I visited those meetings, The first one we attended was Miami Quarterly Meeting, held at Waynesville, Ohio.

At Chester Monthly Meeting of Women Friends in a minute was made of which the following is a verbatim copy, and is an evidence of the gentleness with which our sisters of that time dealt with those who were addicted to alcoholic indulgence, viz:That Friends take care at burials not to make a great provision as to provide strong liquor and.

1 Gordon D. Fee, The First Epistle to the Corinthians (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company [reprint], ), p. 2 It seems that here at Troas Dr. Luke joined the party, for beginning in ActsLuke changes from the. This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.

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"I t is one thing to invite unconverted Roman Catholics to a gospel meeting to hear the gospel preached, but it is quite another matter to go to a meeting where Roman Catholics, and Roman Catholic priests that are still firmly in Rome, are. Religious Society of Friends (also known as “Quakers”) submits this brief, pursuant to Rule (a) of the Court’s Rules, as a Friend of the Court.

in support of the petition for a writ of certiorari of Petitioner-Appellant Daniel Taylor Jenkins to review the. A General Conference was organized, the Book of Discipline adopted, and George A. Spywood elected general superintendent, and John Tappan assistant.

It is stated by one of the witnesses examined that the General Conference had never before elected three superintendents. “The Philadelphia church is still attached to the General Conference. tors counsel they risk church unity.6 By the end of the article VanderGoot makes it sufficiently clear that noself-respecting minister who is ethical and logical would counsel because of the incompatibility of the roles of pastor and ther-apist.

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All slave-keepers that keep the innocent in bondage, apostates pretending to lay claim to the pure & holy Christian religion; of what congregation so ever; but especially in their ministers, by whose example the filthy leprosy and apostacy is spread far and near; it is a notorious sin, which many of the true Friends of Christ, and his pure truth, called Quakers, has been for many years, and.

In addition to the regular ‘meeting of the church’ were other meetings conducted by the church. For example, in Acts12ff., the church met to fervently pray for Peter who had been arrested by Herod. We know that Paul taught daily in the school of Tyrannus at Ephesus for nearly two years (Acts ).

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explanations so arranged as greatly to facilitate in acquiring. a knowledge of. Title List Imprint Title Place of Publication & Date Physical Description December den 5ten, AnnoHat sich Johannes Bär mit Maria Bruchbacher in den Ehestand begeben.

[Lancaster, Pa.:s.n., after ] 2 sheets ([2] pages) ;33 cm (folio) Catalogus praesidum, senatus academici, professorum, tutorum, et omnium qui in Universitate Dartmuthensi, Leuphanae, in Neo Hantonia. This book was intended for the Philadelphia Association, in hopes they would have improved on the plan, so that their joint productions might have introduced a full and unexceptionable treatise of church discipline.

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Full text of "The Friend: a religious and literary journal" See other formats. Another complaint, made by Keith against the Quarterly and Monthly meetings, was, that they refused to sanction the book called The Christian Faith of the People of God called Quakers, in Rhode Island, and the printing of it by William Bradford of Philadelphia, which had been sanctioned by the adjourned meeting at the school-house.

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The meetings for discipline in the Society of Friends are called Preparative, Monthly, Quarterly, and Yearly. The Preparative meeting generally consists of a single congregation; it is not a meeting of record; its purpose is to prepare and report business for the Monthly meeting to which it is subordinate.

His first publication was probably “An Epistle of Caution to Friends to take heed of that Treacherous Spirit, with a Short Testimony prepared by John Bringhurst.” Many of his early publications (including pamphlets found in this collection) included the imprint: “Printed in London for John Bringhurst, at the sign of the Book in Grace.

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