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FRIENDS' LIB R A RY:
JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS
MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.
EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.
MEMOIRS OF DANIEL WHEELER.—THE LIFE OF THOMAS ELLWOOD.
AND A SHORT ACCOUNT OF WILLIAM LEDDRA.
PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,
FOR THE EDITORS.
INDEX TO VOL. VII.
424; reply to G. K.'s charge of deism, 427 ; exALEXANDER, EMPEROR: account of his death, by
| cessive distraint for tithes,-death, 429. D. Wheeler, page 55.
F. ADDRESS to the Missionaries at New Zealand, ! Faith in Christ, which is accompanied by good 275.
works, necessary to realizing the benefits of his
coming, 21, 232; the importance of living faith, B. BOLABOLA, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, 323.
FRIENDLY Isles, remarks of C. Wheeler, on 334.
CROWLEY, ANN, Memoir of, 462; powerfully 1 visited by Divine grace,-ib.; death of her father HUAHINE, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, and sister Mary, 463; appears in the ministry, | 321. 464; religious visit in Wales, 466; joins S. Harrison in a religious visit in Worcestershire, &c.,
HERVEY Isles, remarks of C. Wheeler, on 330. 467; visit to Buckinghamshire, &c., 468; joins
HAGGER, Mary, her memoranda, 430; testimony Phebe Speakman, 469; visit to Dorset, Hants,
concerning her, ib.; birth and education, 433; Devon, &c., ib.; unites with S. Horne in a family
call to the ministry, 434; death of her husband, visit, and in attending meetings in Surry, Sussex,
and peculiar trials, 435; removal to Ashford, 436; Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, &c., 470; travels in the
religious visit to Bedfordshire, &c., 443, to Notministry with P. H. Gurney, 471; visits the fami
tinghamshire, 445, to Essex, 455; attends the lies of her own meeting with W. Forster, 473;
yearly meeting in London, 457; visits the families also Hampshire, Somerset and Bristol, ib. ; reli
of her own monthly meeting, ib.; expressions gious service with Wm. and R. Byrd, ib.; illness
s during an illness, 458; recovers so as to get to and death, 476.
meeting, 459; last sickness and death, 460–1. CROWLEY, REBECCA, account of her sickness and death, 477.
LETTER from the congregation at Teahupoo, E.
respecting D. Wheeler, 147; from Tekori, a naEmneo, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, 320. tive boy, 235; from the missionaries, 227; from
the missionaries at Lifuka, 251; from the misELLWOOD, THOMAS, his Life, 347; testimo
sionaries at New Zealand, 278; from the Empress nics concerning him, 343; remarkable inci: Elizabeth, relative to the illness and death of dent, 349; visits I. Pennington, 350; convinced
Alexander, 314; of Charles Wheeler to his famienda principles, 352; effects thereof, 353; ly, relative to the South Sea Isles, 316; from T. suffers much from his father for his testimony
Loe and I. Pennington to T. Ellwood, 371. against hat honour and the corrupt language of the world, 359, 361; is arrested at Maidenhead,
LEDNRA, William, account of his arrest and 363; his examination and discharge, 364; writes
martyrdom, 479; Letter written by him shortly a Warning to priests, 366; imprisoned at Oxford, I before he su 369. Letter from Thos. Loe, 370; from I. Pennington, 371; attempt of his father to prevent his
N. going to meeting, 373. Introduction to Milton, New ZEALAND, remarks of C. Wheeler, 337. 380; imprisonment at the Old Bailey, London, 382; removed to Newgate, 387; discharged and
PETERSBURG, dreadful inundation there, 52. goes to I. Pennington's, 391; commences teaching his children, ib.; arrested again and sent to prison, PROPITIATORY SACRIFICE of Christ, 7, 21, 40, 394; returns home and examines Paradise Lost, 90, 144, 164, 204, 232, 233, 256, 257, 269. 396; imprisoned again, 397.-Memorable meeting
R. with the followers of J. Perrot, 398; his marriage, 401; remarks on the Conventicle Act, 403; prose RAIATEA, remarks of C. Wheeler respecting, cution of two informers, 406; dispute with T.Hicks, | 322. 409; writes against Tithes, 410; replies to W. Rogers' attack on Friends, 411; arrested on ac SCRIPTURES OF TRUTH not the Word of God, 40, count of a book he published, 412; publishes his ! 41, 111, 153; their value, 176, 260. Seasonable Dissuasive from persecution, 416; pa
Sandwich ISLANDS, Address to the Rulers of, thetic description of Friends' sufferings, 417; Epistle to friends respecting the dividing spirit, 418; by
it as by D. Wheeler, 199. account of George Fox, 423; controversy with SPIRIT OF TRUTH, the necessity of its transG. Keith, ib. ; Epistle respecting his separation, forming operations in the soul, 21, 41, 58, 83, 96,