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BULLETIN OF Friends' Historical Society OF Philadelphia (Founded Fifth Month 16, 1904) VOLUMES III-IV igog-1912 Philadelphia FERRIS & LEACH 29 S. Seventh Street CONTENTS. Contents VOLUME III. History of North Carolina Yearly Meeting. .Julia S. White.2 Colonel William Byrd and the Quakers .................. 15 Quakers in North Carolina, 1703 ........................ 18 The Philadelphia Counterpart of the Boston Tea Party, as shown in the Letters of James and Drinker, Thomas B. Taylor, Part II, Conclusion .................... 21 Notes and Queries .............................. 50, 99,148 Annual Meetings, 1909, 1910 ........................ 55,155 Haddon Hall of Haddonfield .......... Samuel N. Rhoads.58 Marriage Certificate of John Estaugh and Elizabeth Haddon.71 Eli Yarnall, the Seer .................... Charles Yarnall.73 A Newspaper of 1656 ................................. 79 Barclay's Apology at Aix la Chapelle, 1748 .............. 85 North Carolina to Indiana in 1824........ Charles F. Coffin.91 Caroline Emilia Stephen (1835-1909) ... .Allen C. Thomas.95 Advice to Philadelphia Friends by John Fothergill and David Barclay, 1775 ...................... Isaac Sharpless.104 Spread of Quakerism in America............ Gilbert Cope,in North Carolina Yearly Meeting of 1845. ยท -Joseph Crosfield.115 Transfer of Meetings between Philadelphia and Baltimore Yearly Meetings, 1790 and 1819 ..... Allen C. Thomas.122 John Boweter and Friends' Meetings in America, 1677-1678.131 Outfits of Travelling Ministers in the Eighteenth Century. . . 135 Nantucket Friends in 1799 and 1809, Richard Mott and Rowland Greene .................................. 139 John Boweter's " Testimony Concerning George Fox ".....143 Some Books of Interest to Friends, Issued in 1909........ 145 CONTENTS.m. Annual Meeting, 1910, Mary S. Allen .................... 155 George Fox's Dutch Testament .......... Joshua L. Baily.156 Exhibition of Articles of Historic Interest ............... 157 List of Officers 1909, 1910 ...........................55,161 VOLUME IV. Six Letters of William Penn to Friends in Holland ........ 2 Northern Friends and the Conscription Acts during the Civil War ....................................... 12 Friends' Meetings in America, 1772 ...................... 28 A letter of Sarah (Ellis) Woolman, 1776, and one of Richard Wells 1775 ............ Amelia M. Gummere.30 William Penn on the Choice of Books, with Annotations by Allen C. Thomas ................................. 33 Number of Friends in America, 1845 .................... 43 Dinidock, Tinicum, or Tineconk ........................ 44 Books of Interest to Friends, Issued in 1910, 191 1, 1912, 45. "O.155 Notes and Queries ............................. 51, 117,160 Annual Meeting, 1911, 1912 ............ Mary S. Allen. 60,120 Articles of Historic Interest Exhibited at the Annual Meeting, 1911 .................................... 62 The Beaconite Controversy .....Anna Braithwaite Thomas.70 Letter from William Penn to Elizabeth, Princess Palatine, Abbess of the Protestant Convent of Herford, 1677, with an Introduction by Amelia M. Gummere ......... 82 Answer of the Princess Elizabeth, 1677 ................. 97 Pacific Coast Quakerism, The Part of London and Philadelphia Friends in its Planting.....Rayner W. Kelsey.98 Anti-Slavery Friends in Indiana.......... Charles F. Coffin.100 Anne Gargill's Visit to Portugal, 1655 ..... Mary G. Swift.103 Anne Gargill's Visit to Holland in 1657 ___ Mary G. Swift.105 IV.CONTENTS. "The Quakers in the American Colonies," a Review. Augustine Jones. 107 Thomas Penn's Walking Purchase . . . .Watson W. Dewees. 124 Address of Canadian Friends to Lord Durham, 1838, Joshua Bull. 133 Certificate of Mary Rogers, 1698 ...... M. Ethel Crawshaw. 137 A Catalogue of " Eighty-Seven Publick FFriends Yt have Dyed in Pensilvania," etc. Part 1 .................. 140 The Purchase of Swarthmoor Hall ...... Thomas Hodgkin. 147 Protest by a Ship's Crew against carrying Quakers, 1664-5. x49 Annual Excursion of Friends' Historical Society, 1912, The Friend ...................................... 155 Index to Volumes III and IV............................ 163 ILLUSTRATIONS. The First North Carolina Meeting House ....... FacingIII, 1 London Coffee House ........................ " 42 To the Delaware Pilots ...................... " 47 To Capt. Ayres .............................. " 49 Haddon Hall of Haddonfield .................. " 57 Estaugh Brew House ........................ " 66 Estaugh Brewery Fireplace ................... " 66 "George ffs. Book" .......................... " 156 Letter of William Penn with Autograph of George Fox ............................. " IV, 1 Map illustrating " Walking Purchase " .......... " 129 ...

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ISSN
1934-1504
Print ISSN
0033-5053
Pages
pp. I-IV
Launched on MUSE
2012-04-04
Open Access
No
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