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FRIENDS' L I B R A R Y:

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Christ, his divinity and manhood, 28. Faith in

him, 33. The Word, 35. The true light,
Acts of parliament against Friends, 75.

45. Incarnation, death, resurrection, &c.,
Addresses to the king, 54.

80. His manhood, 98. Divinity, 99, 100.
Advices, 136.

Incarnation, &c., 162.
African race, 21.

Christ within, 18. The Seed, 42.
Aldam, Thomas, 35.

Christendom, its degeneracy, 195–199, 201.
Alexander the Great, 276.

Christians, early, 201, 322.
Amusements, 144.

Christians of the first century, 322.
Ancestry, 240.

Clergy, 223, 245.
Ap John, John, 44.

Comedies, 266.
Apparel, 254, 257, 260.

Compliments, 226.
Apprentices, 130.

Conduct and conversation, 132.
Atkinson, Aaron, convinced, 153.

Conformists, 5.
Atonement, 17, 28.

Congenies, 409.
Avarice, 220, 246.

Conscience, liberty of, 7, 9, 22, 23.
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Conventicle Act, 75.

Conventicles, law to suppress, 11, 12, 75.
Babylon, 271.

Convincements, 39, 47.
Baptism with water, 6, 18, 42, 378, 387, 431.

Cornplanter, speech of, &c., 356, 365.
Baptists, or Anabaptists, rise and opinions, 6.

Corruption, in the church, 7,
Barbadoes, George Fox's address to the governor, Covetousness, 246.
80.

Crisp, Stephen, 137.
Battledore, 54.

Crisp, Thomas, 69.
Baxter, 17, 22.

Cromwell, Oliver, dissolves the parliament, 9. His
Bayle, George, supposed murder of, 172.

death, 10, 36, 47. Friends offer their bodies
Believers, none but regenerated persons, 29.

to him instead of others in jail, 38.
Bequests, 135.

Cromwell, Richard, 47.
Births and Burials, record of, 136, 154.

Crook, John, 46.
Blasphemy, 34, 335.

Cross of Christ, 195, 200, 203, 212.
Books, distributing, 160.

Customs, 264.
Bowing, 231.

Customs and fashions, 132.
Bread and wine, 18, 41, 378, 398, 431.

Cyrus, 275.
Brown, Emmanuel, 398.

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Brownists, their opposition to the Church of Eng-
land; discipline and persecution, &c., 5.

Dancing, 305.
Bunyan, John, 6.

D'Aubigny, lord, 174.
Burnyeate, John, 82.

| Deaths, record of, 1:36.
Burrough, Edward, 35, 53, 57, 170.

Derbyshire, 29.
Burying-grounds, 136.

Detraction, 133.

Dewsbury, William, 35, 125.
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Differences, 135, 139.

Directory for public worship, 9.
Camm, Anne, 473.

Discipline introduced, 69. Opposition to it, 88.
Camm, Thomas, 479.
Ceremonies, 3, 5.

History of its institution, 109.

Disownment, 1:27.
Certificates, 137.

Dissenters, their jealousy and opposition to the
Charity, 133, 140.
Charles I., his measures against the Puritans; his!

church, 7. Bill for their relief, 13.

Distraints, 152.
death, 8.
Charles II. came to the throne, 10; profligacy

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and dissipation in his reign, 16; applica- Edmundson, William, 37.
tion to him by Friends, 182, 186.

Education, 199.
Cheevers, Sarah, 174.

Edward VI., reformation, 4.

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