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Articles inQuakerPeriodical· ByEDVfm B. Bronner TL· Friend In "Quakers in Spain" by Alfred G. Tucker the history of Friends in that country is traced from 1826 to the present—Vol. 123, no. 41, Oct. 8, 1965, pp. 1207-1208; Oct. 15, pp. 1245-1248. Friends Journal Letter from the Past, Number 216, "Some Recent Nonagenarians," describes a postage stamp honoring Herbert Hoover, and mentions Emil Fuchs, as well as two others who were ninety years old, Winston Churchill and Albert Schweitzer. —Vol. 11, no. 16, August 15, 1965, p. 410. Lewis E. Weeks, Jr., in "Whittier and Hochhuth: Across the Years," describes the poem written by Whittier in 1849, about Pius IX, and the reaction of Orestes Brownson.—Vol. 11, no. 18, Sept. 15, 1965, pp. 454, 455. Letter from the Past, Number 217, "Bettors and their Abettors," relates three amusing tales of speaking in meeting from the seventeenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries.—Vol. 11, no. 20, Oct. 15, 1965, p. 502. Letter from the Past, Number 218, "Quasi-Quaker Medical Barons," describes two stamps commemorating the careers of two medical men with Quaker connections, one Joseph Lister, the other F. M. Van Helmont.—Vol. 11, no. 24, Dec. 18, 1965, p. 613. "The 'Motto Calendars' " is a brief discussion of the history of a private project of members of the Scattergood family to combine a calendar with worthwhile sayings and mottoes.—Vol. 12, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1966, p. 4. Letter from the Past, Number 219, "I Give My Body to be Burned," describes the North Vietnam stamp issued to honor Norman Morrison.—Vol. 12, no. 2, Jan. 15, 1966, p. 32. Friends Quarterly Blanche W. Shaffer, in "Towards a World Community of Friends," traces the history of the Friends World Committee for Consultation.—Vol. 15, no. 3, July, 1965, pp. 100-111. Dean Freiday, in "Quakerism's Obituary—1859," discusses the analysis of Friends found in the volume entitled TL· Peculium by an Anglican cleric named Thomas Hancock.—Vol. 15, no. 3, July, 1965, pp. 137-144. Quaker Religious Thought "The Thought of Robert Barclay: An Evaluation," begins with an essay by Francis B. Hall, followed by comments by Maurice A. Creasey, James S. Flood, and D. Elton Trueblood, with a final response by Hall.—Vol. VII, no. 1, Spring, 1965, pp. 2-47. 63 ...


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