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ADDRESS to Prince Regent, 167; to Friends, 169; Holy Spirit, admitted by the Indians as a reprover,
to the inhabitants of Altona, 198; to the 31; baptism of, 355.
lief of the Divine Being, 367; meeting England, 275; to Prince Witgenstein in
with the Massassaguas, 374; speech of, 380; Prussia, 296; to persons in the higher sta
meeting with them, 383.
Keith, George, 21. Andrews, Edward, narrative of his convincement,
Light of Christ, its universality defended, 51; DiAtonement, 441.
vine and saving nature of it, 55; opposed by
the Beacon, 353. Baptism, and bread and wine, 32, 55; of the Holy Lloyd, Thomas, 486. Spirit, 355.
ing him, 1; journal of his life and travels, 2; / Meetings, held mostly in silence, 72;
| Ministry, sanctification necessary to prepare for it, appears as a minister, 4. Remarkably
1; danger of extremes, 36; danger of untempted and relieved through prayer. Re
dervaluing the gift, 57; advice to those fuses money offered to him, 7; applies to
engaged in it, 58; to keep to the Spirit, work to obtain the means of travelling, &c.
63; difference between the true and false, 9; preaches at a funeral with his Bible
Sandham, Robert, 486.
Scriptures, a rule subordinate to the Spirit, 16, practice, 16; how he became a minister, 17;
325; never denied by Friends, 52; devisits America, 21; examined and commit
claration respecting them, 436. ted on Long Island, 25; commences shoe
Shillitoe, Thomas, journal of; testimony of the making in jail, 27; conversation with an
Monthly Meeting concerning him, 74; Indian, 29; also with John Rogers, a Bap
education, 78; turned out of his father's tist, 31; on election, 33; liberated, 35;
house for joining Friends; first appears as preaches at a disturbed meeting with his
a minister, 80; travels as a minister, 82; Bible in his hand, 37; visits Ireland, 41;
visits Dunkirk with a committee, 83; prosecuted for tithes, 42; second visit to
preaches at a market cross, 84; exercises America, 49; arguments in defence of the
on a visit to the king, 85; goes to Guernlight of Christ, 55; great storm at sea, 60;
sey and Jersey, 88; called to relinquish
business and devote his time to the service visits the north of England and Ireland, 62; sets forth the folly and emptiness of all
of his Divine Master, 93; summoned as a forms of religion without the virtue and
witness on a singular suit, 94; second visit power of the spirit of Christ, 69.
to Guernsey, 95; further outward sacri. C.
fices, 99; instructive dream, 100; remark
able meeting, 106; address to the rulers, Chester, Edward, narrative of, convinced by his
108; takes passage for Ireland, 111; joins fireside, 71; becomes a minister-death,
Elizabeth Ridgway in visiting the drinking 73.
houses, 114, 118; returns home and in Christian Friends, a sect, 203.
1810, again lands in Ireland, 125; visits Christ, faith of Friends concerning the Lord Jesus, the drinking houses at Clonmel, 126; re441.
strained in social calls, 127; interview D.
with a Catholic bishop, 128; attends the Declaration of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting re
Yearly Meeting and arrives at his own specting the separation of the Hicksites,
home in peace. In 1811 sails again for and their erroneous principles, 431.
Ireland—a great storm, 130; commences E.
his service at the drinking houses in Cork, Election and reprobation, 33.
132; confidence in Divine protection unExham, John, 486.
der abuse, 133; visits another Catholic
bishop, 138; necessity of renewed purifiGarton, William, 486.
cation for service, 139; instance of declin