3 edition of Yearly-Meeting, 1790 found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1298, no. 39.|
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This discovery gives rise to the hope that other missing books may be found. With a few exceptions, all the record books which have been abstracted in the preparation of this volume are in the custody of North Carolina Yearly Meeting in the Guilford College Library, Guilford College, N. C. The Germantown Quaker Petition Against Slavery was the first protest against African-American slavery made by a religious body in the English s Daniel Pastorius authored the petition; he and three other Quakers living in Germantown, Pennsylvania (now part of Philadelphia) signed it on behalf of the Germantown Meeting of the Religious Society of on: Haverford College Quaker and .
Rare Books Revealed: Text Corrections in Printed Books Septem by staff Leave a Comment While working on the Patricia D. Klingenstein Library’s hidden collections cataloging project, I’ve found some examples of the different methods authors and printers used to fix small errors in a text after an item was printed. The first business sessions of this quarter were held in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (Orthodox) discontinued Southern Quarterly Meeting in Southern Quarterly Meeting (Hicksite) became Southern Half-Yearly Meeting in In this meeting began to meet again on a quarterly basis. By the time of the French Revolution when there was considerable tension and political division in Britain, the Religious Society of Friends became concerned about any involvement of Quakers in the production of weapons, the provision of ships or the financing of war. In
A summary of the history, doctrines and discipline of Friends [electronic resource]: written at the desire of the meeting for sufferings, Author: Bevan, Joseph Gurney, viaf Corporate author: Society of Friends. London Yearly Meeting. Meeting for Sufferings. Publisher: London: printed by James Phillips,  Description. In , the meeting collected thirty-six pounds seventeen shillings and ten pence, towards building a new meeting house in Philadelphia; and for the use of the Yearly Meeting and the charges of books, three pounds thirteen shillings and six pence. • "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. Pennsylvania Quaker sources • Pennsylvania Quaker Records-- book of Quaker Monthly Meetings, covering the mids to the early s. Records of birth.
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Observations upon certain Proceedings in the Star-chamber (on Nov.15, 1581) against Lord Vaux, Sir Thomas Tresham, Sir William Catesby, and others, for refusing to swear that they had not harboured Campion the Jesuit: in a letter from John Bruce, Esq. F.S.A. to Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., F.R.S., Secretary; followed by a narrative of the Proceedings.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedMaryland Yearly Meeting exchanged with Philadelphia Yearly Meeting pdf Those Pdf on the Eastern Shore of Maryland went to Pennsylvania and Friends in central Pennsylvania and Virginia came to Maryland.
Maryland Yearly Meeting changed its name to Baltimore Yearly Meeting. Quakers and Slavery BYM mounted its opposition to slavery in Includes an "Extract from Ruth Download pdf exhortation whilst on a visit to Men's meeting during the session of Baltimore Yearly Meeting ," a printed epistle from London Yearly Meeting on the slave trade,copy of letter from Mary Peasly to a friend (F.P.)concerning "A Scruple of Mind, concerning a Tax laid in Pennsylvania in time.A Ebook to the Samuel M.
Janney Papers, A Collection in Samuel M. Janney. Papers, Accession Extracts, Minutes of the Yearly Meeting of Quakers of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and the Eastern Parts of Maryland and Virginia,