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QUERIEs, 118. To be considered and answered, 120. Select
Queries, 94. See Women's Meetings, 148. Yearly Meeting,
150. Answers to them must be plain and explicit, and ap-
proved by, and signed on behalf of quarterly meetings, 120.
REcoRDs, 122. To be open, and to whom, 43.
REMovALs and Settlements, 124.
Reports, evil. To be examined into before repeated, 34.
Repentance, of disorderly walkers to be recorded. See Re-
cords, 122. None after repentance to be reproached with
their transgressions, 40. See Monthly Meetings, 96.
Representatives, 43. See Yearly Meeting, 150.
Revenues. See Civil Government, 18.
Riches. See Covetousness, 25. Education, 47. Liberality
to the Poor, 56. Parents and Guardians, 106.

SALUTATIONs, unbecoming gestures by way of, to be avoided,
126.
Schools, 127. Schoolmasters and Schoolmistresses to be en-
couraged, 127. Poor children to be educated, 128. No
friends' children to be sent to schools not of our society,
but by the approbation of the school committee, 128.
ScFIPTUREs. Duty of friends to cause their children to read
them, 129. Books tending to corrupt the minds of youth to
be discouraged, 129. See children, 13. Education, 47. Pa-
rents and Guardians, 106. Schools, 127. Queries, 118.
Servants. See Masters, &c., 68. -
Sick to be visited, 49. And assisted, 56.
Silent, humble dependence on the Lord exhorted to, 85.
Simplicity. See Plainness, 110.
Slaves. See Negroes and Slaves, 100.
SLEEPING IN ou R RELIGIOUs MEETINGs, 132. Such as con-
tinue therein not to be employed, 132.
SPIRITUous LIQUORs, 134. The use of them advised against,
(except as medicine,) 134.
STock. How to be raised, and at whose disposal, 136.
SUFFERINGs, 137. See War, 144.
Subordination of meetings, 43.

Taverns, not to be frequented unnecessarily. See Queries, 118.
Tale-bearing. See Defamation, &c., 33. Queries, 118.
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Taxes mixed, the payment or non-payment of, not to be censured, 146. Such as pay those expressly for war to be dealt with, 146.

TESTIMONIES AND MEMORIALs, 138.

Treasurer, to be appointed in each meeting, and the treasury open to women's meetings as well as men's, 114.

TRADE, general advices to those concerned in, 139. Such as fail of paying their just debts, to be dealt with, and how, 140. Moderation in trade recommended, 141. Those unable to comply with their contracts, to call their creditors in time, 141. And not to pay one creditor in preference to another, 143. See Covetousness, 25. Families suspected of going backward in estate to be visited, 140.

Trustees excused from referring matters, when the property is not their own, to arbitration. See Arbitration, 6. Wills, &c., 104.

Visitors of Families, to be appointed, 49, 99.

WAR, our testimony respecting, 144. Rates or assessments for advancing the hire of soldiers or for military men, and those expressly for war, to be refused, 145. Caution against letting temporal interest induce any to contribute to war, 146. Pensions for military services rendered before membership with friends, not to be received, 147.

Wills, to be made in health, 104. And according to justice and equity, 104. See Orphans, Wills, &c., 104.

Wom EN's MEETINGs, to be upheld and encouraged, 148. To appoint representatives, 148. To proceed as the men's meetings are advised under queries, 148. Monthly meetings, 96. Quarterly meetings, 115. And Yearly meetings, 150. How the labors of men and women are to be united, 148.

YEARLY MEETING. Its institution and design, 150. To nominate committees of appeals and when, 2.

YouTH, caution and counsel to, 152. See Discipline, &c., 40. Children, 13. Education, 47. Parents and Guardians, 106. Plainness, 110.

A PPEAL S.

IF any person or persons shall think themselves injured or aggrieved by the judgment of any monthly meeting, of which they were a member or members, such person or persons may appeal to the quarterly meeting, to which the said monthly meeting doth belong; provided notice be given of such intended appeal, in three months after such judgment is given; and the appeal must be lodged in such quarterly meeting, within six months after such notice.

If any persons be dissatisfied with the judgment of any quarterly meeting, they may appeal from such judgment to the yearly meeting; the appellants giving notice to the said quarterly meeting of their intentions to appeal, within six months after the judgment of such quarterly meeting is given; and such appeal must be brought to the next quarterly meeting, if it may with convenience, or to the next following.

If any appellant or appellants do not bring his, her or their appeal to the yearly meeting next ensuing, due notice once given, them, if such appellants continue their appeal, notice shall be repeated in writing to the meeting against which

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they may appeal, at least three months preceding the yearly meeting. 1745. And when any persons manifest their intention of appealing from the judgment of a monthly or quarterly meeting, that such meeting appoint a suitable number of friends to attend the superior meeting, with a copy of their doings signed by the clerk, there to manifest the reason upon which such judgment was founded: which superior meeting is to take said appeal into consideration and determine thereon, by a committee to be appointed for that purpose. It is concluded, that appeals to the yearly meeting be entered and acted upon on the third day of the Week. 1806. It is the judgment of this meeting, that monthly meetings have a right, in cases of reversal of their judgment against any individual member, on account of irregular dealing only, to take up the case again, and proceed according to discipline; and it is recommended to committees of superior meetings to be careful, when reversals are made on account of irregular dealing only, to express the same in their report. 1807.

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