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MEMOIRS OF JAMES GOUGH.—LIFE OF WILLIAM RECKITT.-MEMOIRS
AND LETTERS OF SAMUEL FOTHERGILL – LIFE OF JOHN
LIAM CATON.-MEMOIR OF THOMAS UPSHER.
PRINTED FOR WILLIAM AND THOMAS EVANS,
BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW.
INDEX TO VOL. IX. '
phia, 139; travels south, 144; returns north, 149; ALEXANDER, Isaac, page 17.
goes east, 153; writes an epistle to Penketh
meeting, 157; one to Nantucket monthly meetASHTON, JOHN, his character, 18.
ing, 159; returns to Pennsylvania, 163; reception
of an epistle from Philadelphia, 178; state of soB.
ciety, 179; barbarities of Indians-letter of Ellen BENEZET, ANTHONY, 207; letter on education, Evans, 180, 181; returns home, 182; remarks oli 220,
his journey, 183; extraordinary occurrence, 184; BAPTISM, 302, 330.
address to the inhabitants of Warrington, 192;
sickness, 197; admonition by a friend, 201; visits BREAD AND WINE, 330.
the north-health impaired, 218, 219; visits the C.
west of England, 224; firm believer in the doc
trines of Friends, 226; establishment of yearly COLLINS, COMFORT, 174.
meeting of ministers and elders--correspondence CHAMBERS, GRACE, 229.
on baptism, 229; epistle to Friends in Tortola,
230; letter to S. Hatton on her visit to America, CROSFIELD, JANE, 233.
232; visit to Scarborough, 235; sentiments on the CHRIST's second coming, 347; mediation, 379;
duties of a wife, 238; visits the meetings in Ireatonement, 381, 391, 397; our righteousness,
land-account by E. Shackleton, 242; visit to sanctification and redemption, 417; the true
eastern counties, 249; visits Scotland, 253; Relight, 423; Merits, 430.
tires from business, 254; attends the yearly meet
ing, 265; visits Ireland, 274; solemn remarks on CATON, WILLIAM, Life of, 434; education and his approaching close, 281; death of his wife, introduction to Judge Fell's family, 435; G. Fox's | 283. visit; W. C.'s convincement, 436; preaches at steeple-houses, 438; travels southward to London, FOTHERGILL, JOHN, account of his parents and 439; Luke Howard's meeting with him, 440; W. beginning of his own religious life, 84; abuse at C.'s letter to F. H. and E. B., 441; cruelly whip Glassgow, 86; marriage, 88; second visit to Ameped, 443; visits Calais, 444; returns to England rica, 89; letter of J. Pike, 91; third visit to Ameand crosses again to Flushing, 445 ; sails for Eng. / rica, 94; lands in Philadelphia-letter respecting land-visits Scotland, 446; holds meetings and his son Samuel, 104; embarks for Barbadoes, 106; goes to a Cathedral, 447; imprisoned at Cheshire first meeting of his son, 110; attends the yearly in England attends a general meeting and goes meeting and gives an account of his visit in Ame. to Scotland, 448; remarks on his gift, 451; goes | rica, 113; death, 122, to Holland-great storin, 452; at Amsterdam collects those who are scattered by persecution, 453;
FOTHERGILL, HENRY, sickness and death, 260. epistle, 454; preaches in the street and stoned, 455; returns to England, 456; letter to G. Fox,
FOTHERGILL, DR. Joan, character and death 464; letter to Friends in England, 466; beaten in
: 284; Dr. Hurd's tribute to his memory, 369. a monastery-epistle to Friends in London 469;
G. epistles, 474.
Gough, JAMES, Memoirs of_benefits of the soD.
ciety of religious persons, 5; his education and early DRUMMOND, MAY, 122.
impressions, 6; apprenticeship remarkable pre
servation, 7; adheres to plainness from conviction; DEATH and sufferings of Christ, 346, 368.
divinely visited, 9; removes to Ireland-marries, E.
11; concern at getting in debt-reflections upon
it, 12; appears as a minister, 13; remarks on the ECROYD, TABITHA, 146. .
ministry, 14; travels, 16; meets with J. WilsonEvans, ELLEN, 152; letter to A. Fothergill, narrative of J. Nayler-account of J. Alexander, 181.
17; John Ashton and Thomas Wilson, 18; goes
to Wales on a religious visit, 19; account of J. EMLEN, SAMUEL, 183.
Goodwin, 20; removes to Leinster province, 23: remarks on business visit to M. Peisley, 24;
conversation with John Wesley, 26; state of the FOTHERGILL, SAMUEL, Memoirs, 83; birth and Society in Ireland, 28; removes to Bristol, 29; reprobate life, 95; deeply affecting to his father, death and burial of his son John, 31; visits seve96; letter to his monthly meeting, 97; comes ral counties, 33; returns to Ireland-instructive forth in the ministry, 106; first certificate, 107; reflections on his own state, 35; visits families, Inarriage, 108; meets his father, returned from 38; decease, 39; epistle to Friends in Ireland, America, 110; sent on his Master's service, 124; | 40; advice on the ministry—not of man—without visits Scotland, 125; attends the burial of B. price, 41; government-observance of the firstHolme, 126; J. Churchman's first letter, 131; day of the week-attendance of religious meetembarks for America, 138; and gets to Philadel- ings-plainness, 42.