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Articles inQuakerPeriodicals By Edwin B. Bronner Evangelical Friend The first issue of this new publication of the Evangelical Friends Alliance includes articles by Dean Gregory, editor, and Gerald W. Dillon, president of the EvangeUcal Friends Alliance, about the organization and its journal.—September, 1967, pp. 5-7. TL· Friend In "Bernard Barton's Artist Friend," Denis Thomas describes the relationship of this Quaker author with the artist Thomas Churchyard.—July 28, 1967, pp. 923-924. Friends Journal Letter from the Past, Number 230, "Guilford, an Inverted Precedent," tells of a visit by William Hunt, a member of New Garden Meeting at Guilford, to British and continental Friends in 1771 and 1772.—July 15, 1967, pp. 388-389. The story of John Bowne and other early Friends on Long Island is summarized by R. Ward Harrington, in "A Case of Conscience."—October 1, 1967, pp. 513-514. Howard Brinton has contributed an interesting footnote on history, entitled "Einstein on Quakerism," related to a commencement address Albert Einstein delivered at Swarthmore College in 1938.—November 1, 1967, pp. 564-565. Letter from the Past, Number 231, "Friends and the Erie Canal," was written because of the sesquicentennial postage stamp, issued to commemorate the digging of this important waterway.—November 1, 1967, p. 568. Friends Quarterly George W. Edwards, in "Quakers South of the Bridge," discusses the history of Southwark Friends on their tercentenary.—July, 1967, pp. 512-523. Journal of the Friends' Historical Society George W. Edwards, in "The Great Fire of London," tells the reader about the place of Friends as they were involved in the fire 300 years ago.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 67-71. 63 64Quaker History "Agrarian Unrest and the Early Lancashire Quakers" by Bruce Gordon Blackwood tells of the unrest in mid-seventeenth century.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 72-76. Amy E. Wallis has written "Anthony Pearson (1626-1666)," which adds a new dimension to the early years of Quakerism.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 77-95. Kenneth L. Carroll, in "George Fox's 1662 Appeal for Money," edits this epistle and provides biographical sketches of some of the persons who signed it.— Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 96-106. "Early Friends and Informers" is an addition to the legal history of early Quakerism from the research of Alfred W. Braithwaite.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 107-114. Robert Davis has summarized the story of two Quakers who lost their lives in a shipwreck in the Bristol Channel in 1782. The original article was in the Friends Monthly Magazine, Vol. 2, 1831.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 115-117. Henry J. Cadbury, in "A Woolman Attribution Denied," contradicts Ormerod Greenwood, who in 1957 in the Journal of tL· Friends' Historical Society said a letter addressed to Susanna Lightfoot had been written by Woolman. Greenwood, in a note, concurs in this new position.—Vol. 51, No. 2, 1966, pp. 118-120. Quaker Life Klane Robison, in "Music in Friends' Worship," traces the use of music by Friends since the seventeenth century.—September, 1967, pp. 302-305. Quaker Monthly "Friends Old and New in Poole" by Annan Dickson tells some of the old history of this meeting in Hampshire Quarterly Meeting.—October, 1967, pp. 153-155; November, pp. 170-172. ...


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