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THE

FRIENDS' LIBRARY:

COMPRISING

JOURNALS, DOCTRINAL TREATISES, AND OTHER WRITINGS

OF

MEMBERS OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

EDITED BY WILLIAM EVANS AND THOMAS EVANS.

VOL. X.

CONTAINING

LIFE OF THOMAS STORY.—THE ORIGINAL AND PRESENT STATE OF MAN.

LIFE OF PATIENCE BRAYTON.

PHILADELPHIA:

PRINTED BY JOSEPH RAKESTRAW,

FOR THE EDITORS.

1846.

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A,

H.
ATONEMENT, 55, 94, 141, 378.

Holy Scriptures, 36; adding to, or taking from,
Apostles' Creed-some explanation, 330.

61; to be understood by the inshining of the
B.

light, 62, 411, 413; of divine authority-not

the Word of God, 107, 156, 173, 437; sub-
Bread and Wine, 4, 19, 56, 142, 237, 243.

ordinate to the Spirit, 167, 414; preferred
Baptism, 19, 59, 80, 94, 104, 126, 153, 203, 241,

to all other writings, 423, 426; use of, 428.
256, 263, 273.
Brayton, Patience–an account of her life and reli- Holy Spirit, 36; revelation by it, 62; compared to

fire and water, 127; above the Scriptures,
gious labours, 441; visit to the middle and

167; distinguished from reason, 326; sanc-
Southern Provinces, 442; do. to Friends

tification by it, 378, 384; gift of the Father
in Great Britain, 454; address to George through Christ, 396; no one a Christian
III. 474; correspondence with one not a without it, 399; operation on man, 401;
member, 476; Testimony concerning her, with or without the Scriptures, 410; how
479.

the Spirit is known, 415; infallible in-
C.

terpreter of the Scriptures, 419; ought
Christ—the object of his coming, suffering and

to be every man's guide, 425; true effi-
death, 56; the bread of life, 58; Jewish types

cient of all the real good in the church,
ended hy, 59; his baptism, 60; manifest in the

or its members, 430; kingdom of God
heart, 63; transfiguration, 67; confessed by

is the dominion of the light, and life of
Friends, 102; His Spirit in all Christians, the Spirit of God, 441.
111; preached as the Word nigh in the Holiness is essential to happiness, 377, 378.
mouth — light - divine truth — quickening

I.
spirit, 113; propitiation - mediation, 114, Indians, notions of a Supreme Being, and of a
136; the ground of faith, 157; salvation pos-

future state, 87; gospel preached to them
sible to those who have not heard of him out-

89-91 ; terror to New England, 163.
wardly, 160; outward and inward appear- Infallibility, 111.
ance, 171; the true light, 173, 175; the Infants saved by Christ, 160, 376.
foundation, 213; knowledge of God through Imputative righteousness, imaginary whilst in
Christ, 312; incarnation, 378; efficacy of

sin, 417.
his offering, 378; the second appearance, Justification, 192.
430; the Light, 437; the Word, 438; the
hope of glory, 440.

M.
Christianity complete, 382; life of God in Christ Music, 24.
the soul of Christianity, 390.

Ministry, call to the, 29, 32, 42, 102; without bar-

gaining, 159.
D.
Defamation, 358.

Ministers preach to obtain a call, 116; how quali-

fied, 176; without pay, 200; how far
Divine mercy and kindness universal, 406.

Christians may contribute to the neces-
Day of visitation may be overpast, 433.

sary charge of Gospel ministry, 366.
F.

Military fines, reasons for not paying, 145.
Freedom from sin in this life, 28, 63, 64, 66, 108,

N.
119, 148, 191, 386.

Negroes, gospel preached to them in North Caro-
Fall of man, 171, 239, 375, 377.

lina, 88.
Flesh and blood of Christ-partaking of, 237, 263.

0.
Friends, what they were gathered to, 329.
Faith, word of, 393; not our faculty, 403; true,

Original sin, 380.

P.
418.
Free agency of man, 405.

Passover, 20. 142.
Fox, George, defence of, 420, 435.

Prayer, 22.

Predestination, 34, 100, 141, 403.
G.

Penn, William, 45; death, 288.
Grace of God universal, its effects, 46, 93, 150, Presbyterians, Scotch, their sentiments and con-
402; saved by it, 403.

duct towards Friends, 51.
Gill, Roger, prays that his life might be taken as a Perfection, 63, 65, 147.

sacrifice for the people among whom the Peter the Great, emperor of Russia, visited by T.
Yellow fever prevailed in Philadelphia, 124 ; Story, 69; attends Friends meetings—vis-
death, 125.

ited by William Penn and others, 71; at-
Government, regard for it, 128.

tends meeting, 228.
Gentiles not excluded from the new covenant, Propitiation, 55, 94, 141, 423.
380, 429.

Phipps, Joseph, Original and Present state of
Gospel, what it is, 422, 435.

man, 372.

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