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A testimony concerning our dear friend and brother George Watt. By George Fox. Abstract. 3,  n and dated at end: G.F.
[i.e. George Fox] London, the 6th of the 9th moneth, Reproduction of the original in the Friends' House Library, London Topics: Watt, George, -- Lover of the truth -- Early works to Author: George Fox.
A note of ye books sent by G. Watt”. George Watt died in the following month: George Fox wrote a testimony, or spiritual obituary, for him (A testimony concerning our dear Friend and brother George Watt, London, the 6th of the 9th moneth, ).
Table of Contents: Testimony of George Bowles concerning Thomas Ellwood ; Testimony from the Monthly Meeting at Hunger-Hill, the 7th of the fourth month,concerning our dear and well-beloved friend and brother in the truth, Thomas Ellwood, deceased.
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A TESTIMONY Concerning Josiah Coale. A Short TETIMONY OF The Life, Death, and Ministry of that Faithfull Servant of the LORD Josiah Coale. Dear Friends wee whose names are heare subscribed thought good to give you this short testimony concerning our Friend George Maries with his wife and children of ye parish of Grafton Flyford in ye co.
and nation aforesaid. Whereas our dear friend before mentioned hath laid before us his intentions of transporting himselfe and family into your. TO FRIENDS IN PENNSYLVANIA--Dear Friends--We, whose names are here subscribed, thought good to give you this short testimony concerning our friend George Maris, with his wife and children, of the pish of Grafton, of the county and nation aforesaid.
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An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. The Philadelphia Yearly Meeting published a memorial of him, consisting of his wife's testimony concerning him, in a book entitled A Collection of Memorials concerning Divers deceased Ministers and others, etc.
(Phila. ), page Jane Atkinson's Testimony concerning her late husband Thomas Atkinson. --The testimony of friends in Cumberland --The testimony of several women friends in Cumberland --An account by way of testimony concerning our dear friend and brother John Burnyeat --A testimony of several friends in Ireland, in whose hearts it sprung and who gave it forth in the behalf of our dear brother John Burnyeat --An account of John.
A TESTIMONY Of SOUTHWAllK MONTHLY MEETING COncc1'J/,ing JOSEPH nINNS, deceaserJ" Tms our dear friend, the son of Thomas and Rachel Dinns, was bom at Exeter the 11th of the 2nd month, He was educated at Ackworth School, and on quitting. Recently God called the spirit of our dearly beloved brother, George home to be with him throughout eternity.
Whereas, we, the officers and members of the greater St. Matthew Baptist Church desire to express our love and respect to our departed brother. We make these resolutions a copy, which will be kept in our records. George Bowles his TESTIMONY Concerning Thomas Ellwood.
A TESTIMONY from the Monthly-Meeting at Hunger-Hill, the Seventh Day of the Fourth Month, Con|cerning our Dear and Well-beloved Friend and Brother in the Truth, Thomas Ellwood, Deceased.
A testimony from New-Castle Monthly-Meeting in Great-Britain, concerning William Hunt. Our dear friend William Hunt, of New Garden, in Guilford County, North Carolina, accompanied by his nephew Thomas Thornborough, of the same place, being on a religious visit to friends of this nation, departed this life, at the house of a friend near.
Dear brother Elisha, Happy New Year Let our Savoir and Lord Jesus Christ bless you and your Ministries so much for what you are doing to help the multitude around the world. It is amazing to read all the testimonies after applying the prayers points. Dear family: Here is a wonderful life story of Ann Cannon Woodbury which I want to share with you today.
I was thinking I had sent it out before, but couldn't find it on my computer, and after reading it again, I felt it was worth reading again and again to remind us of our wonderful heritage passed down to us by our ancestors. Another example is a dear friend of mine who was a diabetic when I first met him in At that time he was trying to control his blood sugar with pills prescribed by his doctor.
I encouraged him to change his diet inwhich he did not do. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus Author: Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley Release Date: J [EBook #84] Last updated.
Go on, my dear friend, till you, and those who, like you, have been saved, so as by fire, from the dark prison-house, shall stereotype these free, illegal pulses into statutes; and New England, cutting loose from a blood-stained Union, shall glory in being the house of refuge for the oppressed;--till we no longer merely "hide the outcast," or.
Testimonies Regarding the Life and Character of Thomas Ellwood. George Bowles' Testimony concerning Thomas Ellwood. DEAR FRIENDS, It is in my heart, briefly on this occasion, to commemorate the tender dealings of the Lord with His people in this latter age of the world, when it has pleased Him, in love to poor lost man, graciously to appear by the breaking forth of His glorious.
Soledad Brother. went on to become a classic of Black literature and political philosophy, selling more thancopies before it went out of print twenty years ago.
Lawrence Hill Books is pleased to reissue this book and to add to it a Foreword by the author's nephew, Jonathan Jackson, Jr., who is a writer living in California.
Foreword. Paul, a prisoner of Christ Jesus, and Timothy our brother, To Philemon our dear friend and fellow worker, To Apphia our sister, to Archippus our fellow soldier and to the church that meets in your home: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
David Brent Marsh ~ Our beloved husband, father, son, brother, and pop-pop, David Brent Marsh, passed away peacefully at home in. We returned home from this tour just before a great fall of rain which carried off the snow.
This storm prevented the next Sabbath meeting, and I immediately commenced to prepare matter for Testimony No. We also had the privilege of caring for our dear Brother King, whom we brought to our home with a terrible injury upon the head and face.
To this as a testimony for, and in behalf of my dear friend deceased, I in truth of heart subscribe my name, as above written. The 20th of the 5th month, A Testimony from Friends of Berkshire: OLIVER SANSOM, JOHN BUY, JOHN GIDDENS, and others, of the labors and travels of our dear friend.
The friend who can be silent with us in a moment of despair or confusion, who can stay with us in an hour of grief and bereavement, who can tolerate not knowing, not curing, not healing, and face with us the reality of our powerlessness, that is a friend who cares." — Henri J.M.
Nouwen. Heb. Jam. Or, The loyall spouse of Christ hath no head, nor husband, but royall King Jesvs. Written by Francis Cornwell, a minister of Jesus Christ, out of the learned workes of Mr. John Fox in his book of Martyrs, excepting onely some explanations of his owne, for the benefit of the reader.
John Wilsford--a Quaker originally from Nether Broughton, Leicester County, England--lived in Burlington County, New Jersey in the 's. He is perhaps known primarily as an ancestor.
His wife's name was Alice. Their three surviving children were John, Mary, and Sarah. Here is the image of God back on earth, this time in the Person of our Lord Jesus Christ, God’s “last Adam” (I Cor.
). Our natural birth made us members of the fallen, sinful first-Adam race. Our transition from the old sinful race to the new godly race is known as the “new birth.”.From the house of our friend, Mungo Bewly, one of the prisoners, (being five) where the constables are ready to take us away to prison in the city of Carlisle in Cumberland, the 8th day of the Fifth month, Dear Father and Mother, My dear and tender love, as a dutiful and obedient child, I do most dearly and tenderly remember to you.From the period when our dear friend became fully sen sible of the necessity of following, with unreserved obedi ence, his heavenly Guide, through the remainder of a long life he was diligent and exemplary in the attendance of our meetings for worship and discipline; his communica tions in gospel lo\'e were instructive and edifying.