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A Retrospect Of Early Quakerism

Being Extracts From The Records Of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
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retrospect. early quakerism; being extracts from the records. philadelphia yearly meeting. and the. meetings composing it. to which is prefixed. an account of their first establishment. by ezra michener. philadelphia: published by t. ellwood zell. entered, according to act of congress, in the year i The meeting house was built that summer and fall by local Friends, at a cost of about £1, It was constructed on the general plan of Buckingham's meeting house.

[Ezra Michener, A Retrospect of Early Quakerism; (Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Zell, ; reprinted facsimile, Washington, DC: Cool Spring Publishing Company, ), ] As early as.

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Quaker Children and Families in early s. The Friends Book of Discipline of explained that the Monthly Meeting’s involvement in marriage was “in order that Friends may. Michener, Ezra. “Retrospect of Early Quakerism, A Retrospect Of Early Quakerism book extracts from the records of PYM and.

the meetings composing it. To which is prefixed an account of. [Ezra Michener, A Retrospect of Early Quakerism;, ] The present meeting house was built in It is brown fieldstone. The back and sides are now plastered.

The photo to the right above shows the rear of the building. Declining attendance led to the meeting being discontinued in • "The Early Quakers in New Jersey" by Amelia Mott Gummere • "The Later Periods of Quakerism" by R.

Jones • "A Retrospect of Early Quakerism" by Ezra Michener • "A List of the Records of the Meetings Constituting the Yearly Meeting of the Society of Friends Held at Fifteenth and Race Streets, Philadelphia" by Morgan Bunting. She quotes an interesting retrospect by one of the participants in the conflict, writing from the vantage-point of the more tolerant s, who thought that both sides had been too uncompromising, and too little ready to allow room for difference.

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Russell Mortimer, ed., Minute Book of the Men’s Meeting of the Society of Friends in Bristol (Bristol Record Society, ), p. 19, minute dated 20th of 7th month, Ezra Michener, A Retrospect of Early Quakerism (Philadelphia: Zell, ), p.apparently quoting a minute or epistle of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.

I added some references to a book about Quaker History in the 17th Century by Rosemary Moore, and to two volumes of the "Works of James Nayler" published in and by Quaker Heritage Press.

Also added an external link to the Quaker Heritage Press, so. Ezra Michener, in his "Retrospect of Early Quakerism," p says, under the head of "Plymouth:" " James Fox and other Friends settled about Plymouth in the year. and held meetings at Fox's house.

But they soon after removed from the place, and were succeeded by David Meredith and several Friends, who attended Merion Meeting.". Ezra Michener, A Retrospect of Early Quakerism; being Extracts from the Records of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and the Meetings Composing It (Phila.: T.

Ellwood Zell,reprinted ), T. Ellwood Zell,reprinted ),   In retrospect: A New System of Chemical Philosophy Yet his book also represents an important juncture for the philosophy of science. a modest teacher educated in Author: Philip Ball. a fascination with early Friends and the birth of Quakerism a longing to be part of a faith tradition that is still as creative and relevant as that of early Friends a feeling of isolation, as a result of being a young adult Quaker or Friend in a mostly aging population and/or identifying as a.

Old Philadelphia in early photographs prints from the collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia. Schuylkill Friends Meeting House is a Quaker meeting house located on North Whitehorse Road in the Schuylkill Township section of Chester County, Pennsylvania in the United States.

This Meeting House is miles west of Valley Forge Post Office. Originally Charlestown Friends Meeting, the name was changed in when Charlestown Township was split. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.

QUAKER SOCIAL WORK AMONG NEGROES79 historian and journalist. Two years after receiving Whittier's gift Caroline Neagus married that other literary figure, then best known as a journalist and opponent of slavery—the author of the first antislavery novel.

The Early Friends (New York: Columbia University Press, ); and Richard T. Vann, The Social Development of English Quakerism T (Cambr dge,Mass.: Harvard University Press, ) 2. Jones, 2 3 Fox's early years provide little indication-of the religious turmoil that would possess the young man in later years, 3.

The Quakers' first and most obvious enemy was the church and its officers, the priests who were maintained in luxury by the labour of the poor, thanks to the iniquitous tithe. Quakers sought an end to the university-educated clergy, allowing instead the rise of `a ministry of simple men and women'; people who `spoke plaine words, and reached to.

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Page   In retrospect, most of us would be prepared to confess that in our childhood we suffered much from the fear of darkness. Ah, that blessed incandescent bulb that at the turn of a switch dispelled the demons of darkness. No guardian angel ever took so Author: John R.

Yungblut. Book Review Hugh McLeod University of Birmingham thought-world of early nineteenth-century Quakerism. One theme is the importance of trans-Atlantic religious traffic.

Elias Hicks, the Long Island farn1er, was the She quotes an interesting retrospect by one of the participants in the conflict, writing. This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book.

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Mary's Church, Philadelphia.Ezra Michener, in his "Retrospect of Early Quakerism" says: "James Fox and other friends settled about Plymouth in the year (?) and held meetings at Fox's house.

But they soon after removed from the place, and were succeeded by David Meredith and several friends, who attended Merion meeting." The first settlement, however, was not before The Journal of John Woolman gives us a look into the mind of a Quaker in the years just prior to the American Revolution.

The language is old fashioned and could easily be parodied today but if we focus on the substance and meaning of Woolman's writing rather than its quaint form, we can see the heart felt life ambition who sincerely and intensely devoted his life to furthering the kingdom of God/5.