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A true account of the proceedings, sence and advice of the people called Quakers

at the Yearly Meeting of faithful Friends and bretheren begun in London on the 28th day of the 3d month, 1694, and held by adjournment unto the 11th of the month following, in order to put an end to the divisions and differences among some of the people called Quakers in America : to which is added, an account of the proceedings of the Yearly Meeting at Burlington, relating to the said differences, shewing the dis-harmony of the two said meetings : as also, Some queries to that party of the Yearly Meeting at London, who gave the aforesaid judgment

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      • Errata: prelim. p. [4]Address To the reader and Some queries signed: Robert Hannay. A true account of the proceedings signed: Benj. BealingReproduction of original in Huntington LibraryWing H656Smith, J. Friends books v. 1, p. 912Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : University Microfilms, 1977. 1 microfilm reel. 35 mm. (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 741:7)s 1977 miu n

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        Paginationxvi, 114 p. :
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William Edmundson accompanied him to several places, where they had good service, many beginning to inquire into the truth of those principles which they held forth. Not a jar in the whole frame; but man in paradise, the beasts in the field, the fowl in the air, the fish in the sea, the lights in the heavens, the fruits of the earth; yea, the air, the earth, the water, and fire, worshipped, praised, and exalted his power, wisdom, and goodness.

Some time after, one of his acquaintance inquiring of him whether he had been to hear the Quakers, he replied, he had heard them once. Many of the members of Parliament were strict adherents to the settled forms A true account of the proceedings religion, but enemies to its true spirit ; and could not tolerate the sim- plicity of the principles of Friends, because of the severe reproofs thereby administered to their own system of notions, and head-knowledge; and their animosity against the So- ciety being afresh excited, they treated their victim with the greater severity, not caring to discern that his crime iOS HISTORICAL MEMOIRS OF [1656.

The body of sin is a loadstone to draw you from the life of God, and from glorying in the cross of Christ: this is flesh and blood, and For the Lord's sake, for your soul's sake, and for the sake of your eternal happiness, do not put off this work, but pursue it, and See how Christ is revealed in you by the Holy Ghost, and with fire. Further, the American early Quaker experience uniquely chronicles the dedicated obedience of, not only men, but many Quaker women, in ages from eleven years young to seventy years ancient, sent by the Lord to extinguish the fires of persecution with their blood.

thout them, and in a literal knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, these converted and regenerated witnesses for the truth as it is in Jesus, were made partakers of that faith which is produced by the testimony of the Spirit of Christ in the heart ; by Avhich they not only received Him as their Redeemer and Saviour, in what he graciously did and suffered in the flesh, as the propitiation for sin, and as their mediator and intercessor ; but likewise in his inward and spiritual appearance, to baptize and sanctify them ; so as to prepare their souls to partake of the fulness of the blessings which the Gospel confers.

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" After his release from Exeter prison, James Nayler rode into Bristol, accompanied by his wild disciples ; one of whom, named Thomas Wociflcock, went bareheaded before him. "Many for bearing arms in defence of our invaded country, although the laws of the State enjoined and required it of them.by Robert Hannay, Benjamin Bealing, Society of Friends.

Three other people who had also come to visit Holder and were then imprisoned were Nicholas Davis from Plymouth, the London merchant and a Yorkshire farmer namedthe latter two on a Quaker mission from England.

The first of the advisories which cautions ministers against "asserting [presuming] too positively a divine motion," is well worthy of attention; for "if the baptizing power of truth" accompanies the words, no other evidence is needed; but if this "true evidence" is lacking, the highest professions of divine authority will be of no avail.

This is not a place for thee to sit in, for accusers do not use to sit with the judge : thou oughtest to come down and stand by me, and look me in the face.