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Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian Ex
periences and Labour of Love in the
Work of the Ministry,
OF THAT Ancient, Eminent and Faithful Servant
of JESUS CHRIST,
George For ;
Who departed this Life in great Peace
with the LORD, the 13th of the 11th Month, 1690.
The Second Part.
Court in Gracious. ftreet, 1709.
LIFE, TRAVELS, SUFFERINGS, c.
of GEORGĘ FOX.
OW after I had made fome stay in London, 1662. and had cleared my self of those Services,
that at that time lay upon me there, I went London, into the Country, having with me Alexander Parker and John Stubbs (who was lately come back from Alexandria in Egypt, as was mentioned before.). We travelled down through the Countries, visiting Friends Meetings, till we came to Bristol, When we were Bristol: come thither, we understood, that the Officers were likely to come, and break up the Meeting. Yet on the First Day we went to the Meeting at Droad-mead: BroadAnd Alexander Parker standing up first to Declare, meeting while he was speaking, the Officers came up, and took him away. After he was gone, I stood up in the Eternal Power of God, and declared the Everlasting Truth of the Lord God; and the Heavenly Power came over all, and the Meeting was quiet the rest of the time, and brake up peaceably. I tarried till the First-Day following; visiting Friends, and being visited by Friends. On the First-Day in the Morning several Friends came to me to Edward Pyot's House, (where I lay the Night before) and used great En.. deavours to perswade me, not to go to the Meeting