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THE

FRIENDS' LIBRARY:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS

OF

MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.

VOL. XII.

CONTAINING

A MEMOIR OF MARY CAPPER; JOURNAL OF DANIEL STANTON ;-SOME ACCOUNT OF
AMBROSE RIGGE;-LIFE OF SARAH GRUBB;—JOURNAL OF JAMES DICKINSON ;-

MEMOIRS OF MARTHA ROUTH;-AND RICHARD SAMBLE.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1848.

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INDEX TO VOL. XII.

D.

B.

and his brother's attachment to Friends, 12;
BREAD and wine, 15, 221.

joins Friends, 14; death, 70.
Baptism with water and by the Holy Spirit, 245. Christ, suffering and death of, 78; spiritual ap-
Burnyeat, Jonathan, account of, 398.

pearance in the heart, 88. 219. 244; the re-
C.

conciler of fallen man, 95; the mediator, 97.
Capper, Mary, education, 2; letter from her mo-

394; the mediatorial offering, 108; divinity
ther, ib.; convictions of the Holy Spirit,

of Christ, 117; atoning sacrifice, 119. 121.
3; visits Dr. & M. Knowles, 6; attends

123; the light, life, and way to the Father,
a Friends' meeting-embarks for France,

125. 127; Saviour, Redeemer, and Recon-
7; visits a convent at Boulogne, 8; went

ciler, 136; predictions of his coming, 199;
to vespers-remarks on devotion-on the

gate of mercy opened by him, 209; the true
play, 9; remarks on prayer—defends Qua-

gospel of Christ, 211; the hope of glory, 220;

flesh and blood eaten, 221; known by reve-
kerism, 11; returns home, 14; remarks
on bread and wine, 15; letter to her sis-

lation, 248; the paschal lamb, 251; inward
ter and one from her mother on joining

appearance the second time, 328; the only
Friends, 18; becomes a member, 20; ac-

begotten Son of God-miraculously con-
knowledged a minister, 22; journey in

ceived, 390.
Wales, 24; commences making records Christianity, testimony to, 235.
of her life, 29; writes to S. Lynes, 34; Collins, Comfort, 428.

Church, the true, 251.
too hasty in meeting, 36; letter to S.
Lynes, 41; anxiety for the world, 44;
visits Job Thomas, 46; H. Hull visits wo- Dickinson, James, journal of, 367; early exercises
men's yearly meeting, 53; early convic-

and appearance in the ministry, 370;
tions, 54; Address to the harvest people,

visits Ireland and Scotland, 372, beaten
58; writes to S. Grubb, 62, 66; account

and bruised much, 375; goes to Holland,
of a visit to Warwick jail, 69; her bro-

376; to Ireland, 378; sails for Barba-
ther Jasper's death, 70; visit to Shrop-

does, 380; for New York, 381, at Bar-
shire-Herefordshire, 72; visit in Wor.

badoes again, 383; returns home, and
cestershire, 75; instructive visits, 76;
visits four convicts, 77; letter to a young

engages in religious service, 384; goes

through the streets of London with a
friend, 78; visit in her own quarterly

message, 385; writes to the yearly meet-
meeting, 84; extraordinary meeting, 89;

ing just before sailing the second time
family visit to several infirm persons, 89;

for America, 388; discourse with a priest,
sentiments on Friends' principles, 91;

389; declares the truth to an Indian-
visits London, 93; sets out to visit Derby.

also his faith in the Lord Jesus, 390;
shire-Notts, &c., 106; preached Christ

Keithites disturb Friends, 391; epistle
Jesus the mediatorial offering, 108; visits

to Friends in the West Indies, 392; re-
two pious poor women, 109; frequently

turns home-goes to Ireland, 396; epis-
mentions the subject of redemption by

tle to America, 398; preaches in the
Christ, 110, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117; let-

street at Dumfries, 400; embarks the
ter describing her early convictions of

third time for America, 403; returns
Friends' principles, 118; thankful for being

home and travels in England, 406; dis-
united to Friends, 121; record of her faith

ease and death, 409; testimonies, 410.
in her eightieth year, 126: death of her Dixon, William, account of, 408.
brothers James and John, 128; fragment
on prayer, 130; testimony concerning

E.
Friends, 133; distress on account of the Emlen, Samuel, 23. 35. 294. 424. 425.
departure of some, 135; declines the use
of wine after eighty years of age, 141; Fall of man, 206.

F.
death, and testimony concerning her, 143.
Christian Discipline, some remarks on, by S.

Faith, true, 245.

Fearon, Peter, 376.
Grubb, 365.
Capper, Jasper, convinced—B. Drewry preaches

to bim-writes to his sister, 4; visits his Grubb, Sarah, formerly Lynes, 33, 34, 35, 41; let-
sister, 6; his mother's anxiety about his ter to her, 62. 66; speaks against Babylo-

G.

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