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The FOURTH TABLE; being a Cata
logue of the Epiftles, Letters and Papers of G. F's, and Others, contained in this Journal. THE Appearance of the Lord's, To T. Crafton and C. Studbolm, 203 Everlafting Truth; c.
toc G.B, to the Magift. at Carlisle, 207 Teftim. Pt. I. p. 25
To Friends in the Ministry, 220 G. F. his Mittimus by Bennet and Toall Profeffors of Chriftianity,247 Barton, Justices,
76 To such as follow the World's FaTo the Priests of Darby,
252 To the Magiftrates of Darby, ibid. To the Juftices trying Ministers, 757 To Barion and Benner, Justices, 78,79
1655. To Justice Bennet,
ibid. To those that Scorn at Trembling To Juftice Barton, ** 8011 and Quaking
272 To the Mayor of Darby, 281 To Churches in outward Forms,279 To the Court of Darby,. 82. To Friends to offer themielves for To the Ringers,
.(, their Brother, som
286 To Friends and others, 85, 86, c. An Encouragement to Friends, 287 To the Convinced People, 88,89 To Friends in the N. of Ireland, 294 To the Faithful' an Encouragem, 89 To the 7 Parisbes at Landfend, 302 * To the Juftices of Darby, 90
1656. To the same,
ibid. Concerning Swearing, To the Priests of Darby, 90,91 Peter Ceeb's Mittimus, 314 To the Justices of Darby, 92,93 E. Pyat to F. Glin, Chief Juft, 325 To Col, Barton, Justice, 93,94 To Magiftrates of Watches, 1651. Answer to Exon-Warranty
347 To the Judges, 98,99 To Priefts and Professors,
353 To the same, ibid. To Friends in the Miniftry,
361 To Juftice Barton and Bennet, 49 E. P. to Major Gen. Desborot, 366 To the convinced and tender Deo-G. F. to the fame, plé, 102 Concerning Pleasures,
370 To the Magistrates of Darby, 103,8c. To the Bowlers, Lamentation over Daroy, 105,100 To all the Eleá,
To Friends to keep up Meetings, 393 # Naylor's Account of Lancalter Judging any in Meetings Seffions, i
167 to +70 An Antwer to a Profeffor, 40 Juftice Samrcy, 173, 174,179 Profeffors, Priests, &c. Darkness, 402 To Wiliam Lampit, 176, 177
1657. To the Priest of Vloerston, ibid. The truft Faft, and false, 418 To tie Followers of Priest Lampit, Of Lufts, Affe&tions, Desires, 440 179, 180, 181 To try all things, i.
443 To Aden Sands,
181, 182 Be valiant for the Truth, 446 1653.
Order of Council in Scotland, 459 A.P. to the Judges of Assize, 199,200 To the Council of Edenborougb, 461 GE's Challenge to Profeff. 202,203
496 Ifaac Lindley's Letter to G. F. 122
ibid. Friends to ftand to their Teft, 141
530 All Friends that do marry, 155
548 Another Epiftle to Fr. in Engl. 167
To Margaret Fox,
G.F's Allegiance and Suprem. 239
A Teftimony againft Tithes, 283
The Princess her Answer to G.F. 294
54 To Friends at Dantpick, 307
To the Embassadors at Nimeguen, 577
71 The Spirit of Separation, 310
The King opening Prisons, 459 To Margaret Fox,
324 In Chrift is no Separation, 46 To Fobi III. King of Poland, . 325 Men and Womens Quart. Meet. 4oz To Friends in Amsterdam, 332 Church cloathed with the Sun, 464 Concerning Prescriptions 333 The Falling away, c. 468 Let Life reign over Death, 338 Noah and bir family were called, 472 The hurt of Disorderly Spirits, 339 The Firft and Second Adam,
475 To Quart.and Monthly Meetings, 341
1687. To the Churches of Chrift, 343 Concerning the two Seeds, 476 To Friends in Prison, 345 Concerning Prayer,
True and Falle Offering, 481 To Friends of the Yearly Meet. 346 Caution in time of Liberty, 484 Be valiant for the Truth, 352 God's Goodness to Mankind, To dwell in Humility, 353 Repentance before Baptifin, 1680.
God's People to be like him, 490 To the Parliament against Plots, 358 | The Right Way to Chrift, 490 To Magiftrates to be moderate, 359 Except a Man be born again, 492 1681.
The Femos Rebellion, their Loss, 498 To the Quarterly Meetings, 365 God so loved the World, that be 500
| Spirit of Strife and Divition, 370 The Scone became a Mountain, 502 1682.
Regeneration and San&tification,504 Informers convicting Friends, 373
1688. To the Sheriffs to be Chosen, 375 All you Believers in the Light, 510 To the People that Choose them, 376 An approaching Storm, $13 To diftinguish Truth and Error, 379 Moses and Cbrift's House, SIS Exercises from Magift.and Apoft.381 Thrones on Earth contended for,518 Feel the Power of God in you all,386 The World's empty Teachers, ibid. Be valiant for Truth, 387 Not to remove the Land-mark, 519 1683
Apoftles Husbandmen, &c. 520 To the Yearly-Meeting in Lond. 393
1689. TO Friends, a Salutation, 395 Hearing and telling News,
522 My Love is to you all, 400 To P.H. and Friends at Dantzick, 524 Fruits of Peace and Quietness, 403 To the Magistrates of Dantpick, 525 To all the Eleat, &c. 409 Great Shakings in the World, 528 1684.
To keep in Love and Unity, 530 To the Duke of Holstein, 421 To Friends in Barbados,
530 To Friends, an Epiftle, 426 To Quarterly and Yearly Meetings 1685. in Americi,
534 Keep out of the World's Spirit, 428
1690. Excels in Apparel,
431 Against Fashions, cc. To Friends wbo are Called, 434 Christ the Ensign, c. Among all Societies, &c. 436 Stand still, and see Salvation, Here you may see woben- 439 To Friends in the Ministry, 545 To Fobn III. King of Poland, 443 To Fr. in the Minift. in America, 547 Concerning Judging, 447 To Suffering Friends in Ireland, 549 1686.
G. F's Death and Burial, 591. Anc. Prisoners at the Yearly-M.456 His piftle left Sealed up,
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