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Author: Fox, George, 1624-1691.
Title: A collection of many select and Christian epistles, letters and testimonies written on sundry occasions, by that ancient, eminent, faithful friend and minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox ; the second volume.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A collection of many select and Christian epistles, letters and testimonies written on sundry occasions, by that ancient, eminent, faithful friend and minister of Christ Jesus, George Fox ; the second volume.
Fox, George, 1624-1691., Whitehead, George, 1636?-1723.

London: Printed by T. Sowle ..., 1698.
Notes:
Marginal notes.
Index: p. [2]-[3] at end.
Errata: p. [12] at end.
Advertisement: p. [13]-[15] at end.
Preface signed: George Whitehead.
v. 1 was issued with title: A journal or historical account of the life, travels, sufferings ... of George Fox. London : Northcott, 1694.
Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.
Subject terms:
English letters.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A40137.0001.001

Contents
title page
AN EPISTLE By way of PREFACE,
A COLLECTION Of many Select Epistles to Friends, OF THAT Ancient, Eminent and Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ GEORGE FOX.
A Testimony, how the Lord sent G.F. forth at first, in the Year 1643.
Concerning the first Spreading of the Truth, and how that many were Imprisoned, &c.
UPon the Fourth Day of the First Month, 1650, I felt the Power of the Lord to spread over all the World in Praise.
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To Friends at Swarthmoore.
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To Friends, to stand still in Trouble, and see the Strength of the Lord.
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To the Flock of God about Sedburgh.
A Word from the Lord to Friends.
To the Church of God in Lancashire.
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To Friends at Kendal.
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To Friends in the Truth.
Concerning Marriages.
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Concerning Tithes.
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To Friends, that their Minds go not out from the Spirit of God.
To Friends, for all to wait and walk in the Truth.
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To Friends in the Ministry.
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An Epistle to the Travellers in the Lord's Way, with a Testimony against the False Prophets, and them that hold them up.
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To Friends, concerning the Light, in which they may see their Saviour, and the Deceivers.
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Concerning the Heirs of the Kingdom of God, and how Christ was, and his Saints are Tempted.
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To Friends, concerning Judging.
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To Friends, Concerning the Cross of Christ, the Power of God, that leads out of the World, to the World that is without End.
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Concerning the Duty of all Friends in Truth.
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This is to be sent among Friends, who be in the Light.
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To call the Minds out of the Creatures.
To a Friend in Distress, when the Accuser had got in.
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To Friends, to keep in the Fear of the Lord.
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To Friends, Concerning the Covenant of Light and Life.
To Friends in the Ministry.
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To Friends, concerning Marriages.
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To Friends at Malton
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To Friends, to live in the Power of God, in Christ that never fell.
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To Friends in the North.
Concerning Tithes.
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To all Friends, to abide in their Callings.
To seek the Kingdom of God first.
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To Friends, to sit under their own Vine.
An Epistle to Friends, that with the Light they may see their Salvation.
To Friends in London.
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For Plimouth.
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A General Epistle for Friends, Concerning the Priests.
To all the Seed of Abraham, which suffer for denying the World's Customs, and because they cannot hold up the Corrupt Priest∣hood, that is therin; or for Testifying against the World, that the Works threof are evil.
That Friends should have a Sense of one anothers Sufferings.
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A Warning to Friends to keep to the Light, out of Deceit and Strife in Ʋnity.
To a Friend.
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To all that make Mention of the Name of the Lord, and that profess his living Truth.
Concerning all fuch, as set up outward Crosses.
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To keep to the Witness of God.
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Concerning the Light. (To be read amongst Friends.)
To Friends, to keep in the Life, out of Janglings.
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To the Prisoners at Exon.
A Warning from the Lord for Plainness of Speech to be used. (To go among Friends)
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To a Friend in the Ministry.
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To Friends, Concerning the Word of Life.
Concerning Judging in Meetings.
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To Friends, To take Care of such, who suffer for owning the Truth.
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Men in the Fall are in the Wars and Strife, but Truth re∣stores, and brings into Peace.
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For Friends, to dwell in Love and Unity.
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To all Friends, to keep in the Power of God, out of the Cares of the World.
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An Epistle to Friends, for all to keep in the Light, and to watch over one another.
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For Francis Howgil and Edward Burrough.
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To Friends, to gather up their Sufferings, and lay them before the Judges.
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To Friends in Ireland.
To Friends in Wales.
An Exhortation to fervent Prayer and stedfast Faith, in time of the greatest Troubles and Exercises.
To Friends, to know one another in the Light.
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To Friends beyond Sea, that have Blacks and Indian Slaves.
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Concerning the Light.
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For the Comfort of the People of God, and their Incouragement to be Faithful, and to put their Trust in him, who performeth all his Promises.
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To the Church of God in Scotland.
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An Epistle General to them who are of the Royal Priesthood, and Chosen Generation; Given forth from the Movings of the Power and Spirit of Truth, and now made publick: To be sent abroad among the Saints scattered in Old and New-England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Scotland, Barbados and Virginia, for them to read in the Fear of the Lord.
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To Friends, to serve one another in Love, in outward things.
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For Friends in Barbadoes, Virginia, New-England, and all the Islands about.
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This is to go among Friends.
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To Friends in New-England and Virginia.
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The Line of Righteousness and Justice stretched forth over all Merchants, &c. And an Exhortation unto all Friends and People what∣soever, who are Merchants, Tradesmen, Husband-men, or Sea-men, who deal in Merchandize, trade in Buying and Selling by Sea or Land, or deal in Husbandry,
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An Answer to a Letter sent to G. F. concerning the Volun∣tary Contribution to the King.
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To all Friends, Prisoners.
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To a Friend under an Exercise of Spirit.
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To Friends that Labour in the Ministry, that their Lives may Preach.
To Friends in New-England, and the Islands beyond Sea.
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A General Epistle to be read in all the Christian Meetings in the World. Blessed is he that readeth, and blessed is he that heareth and understandeth, and the eyes that see. Read this over, and you may read that which you have not read, and see that which you have not seen.
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Two General Epistles to be read in all the Congregations of the Righteous, who are gathered out of the House of Adam in the fall, into the House of Christ that never fell, to be read amongst them.
The Second EPISTLE.
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A General Epistle to all Friends.
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The Saints Weapons are Spiritual, that the Blessing of God may come upon all Men.
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To Friends in Barbadoes, Virginia, Maryland, New-England, and elsewhere.
An Epistle to be read in all the Assemblies of the Righteous.
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A General Epistle to Friends, and all People, to read over and consider in the Fear of God.
Concerning the Worship of God, and the Jew Outward, and the Jews Inward Offering, with their Garments.
Concerning who drink the New Wine, and who drink the Old, and who are the Bottles that hold each: And whose Teeth are set an Edge, and whose not.
Concerning gathering in the Name of Jesus.
A Warning to all to keep out of the vain Fashions of the World, which lead them below the Serious Life; and not to Fashion themselves according to the World.
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For Friends in the Ministry, scattered abroad in Virginia, Maryland, New-England, Barbadoes, and other Planta∣tations beyond the Sea.
To Friends in Holland.
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An Exhortation to keep to the Ancient Principles of Truth.
An Additional Extract from other of G. F's Epistles, both of former and later Dates, more largely speaking to things contained in the Paper foregoing, with some new Matters; recommended to Friends by him (from time to time) to be taken notice of at their Quarterly and other Meetings.
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To Ministring Friends.
Not to be over-thoughtful of the things of this World.
Concerning the single Language.
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Concerning those that go out of Ʋnity and deny Forms.
To Friends in Ireland.
Not to trust in uncertain Riches.
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The Substance of a General Epistle.
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To Friends at Bristol in time of Suffering.
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To Friends in Carolina.
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To all the Womens Meetings, that are Belivers in the Truth.
To Friends in New-England, Virginia and Barbadoes.
To Friends in Barbadoes.
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To Friends at Jamaica.
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To all the Womens Meetings.
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To Friends in Virginia.
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To Friends in Holland.
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For the Men and Womens Meetings in Barbadoes.
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To all my dear Friends, Elect and Precious, in America.
To Friends in Barbadoes.
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To all the Elect and Chosen of God in Christ Jesus, before the Foundation of the World.
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To Friends in Nevis, and the Caribee Islands.
An Encouragement to all the Faithful Womens-Meetings in the WORLD, who assemble together in the Fear of God, for the Service of the Truth. Wherein they may see how the Holy Men encouraged the Ho∣ly Women, both in the Time of the Law, and in the Time of the Gospel; though Selfish and Ʋnholy Men may seek to Discourage them. But go on in the Name and Power of Christ, and Prosper.
To all the Men and Womens Meetings that are gathered in the Name of Jesus: Several Scripture Testimonies to the Saints Practices, Wherein all may see the Practice of the holy Men and Women of God, in their Services in the Church of Christ, and what good Works and Practices, and Services, they exhorted unto, as followeth, as you may see both in the Old and New Testament, which is the Duty of all True Christians to follow.
To Friends in Cumberland.
To Friends in Barbadoes.
To Friends in the Isle of Man.
To Friends in Virginia and Maryland.
To Friends at Dantzick.
To Friends in Holland.
To Friends in Maryland and Virginia.
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To Friends in New Jersey in America.
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An Epistle to be read in the Men and Womens Meetings.
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To Friends at Sussex.
Concerning Subjection of the Spirits of the Apostles one to another in the Ʋnity of the Spirit of Christ.
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To Friends in the County of Oxford.
To the Yearly Meeting in Yorkshire.
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An Epistle to Friends, to keep in the Power of God in their Peaceable Habitations, over all the Troubles of the World
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To Friends in America, concerning their Negroes and Indians.
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An Epistle to be read amongst Friends.
To all the Men and Womens Meetings every where.
An Epistle to Friends, for them to read.
And now, my Dear Friends, concerning True Liberty.
POSTSCRIPT.
introduction
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To Friends in America.
To Friends in Yorkshire.
A Letter to the Captives who met together to Worship God in Algier.
To Friends in Burlington, West-Jersey.
To suffering Friends at Horsham in Sussex.
To the Flock of Christ Jesus every where, to be read in their Assemblies.
To Suffering Friends in Leicester.
To Friends in Carolina.
An Epistle concerning the Government of Christ and his Peace, of whose Kingdom there shall be no End.
To Friends in Jamaica.
To Friends in Holland.
To Friends in Barbadoes.
To Friends in New-Jersey and Pensilvania.
To Friends that are Prisoners in York.
POSTSCRIPT.
introduction
To all the Elect of God, Chosen and Faithful, who have known the Work of the Lord, and his Dealings, and his Eternal Hand, his Spirit and Power, in preserving of you to this Day, and in this Glo∣rious Gospel Day of Christ Jesus, who are built upon him, the holy Rock and Foundation of God, that standeth sure, and are fed with the Hea∣venly Bread, and feel the Springs of Living Water, and enjoy the Pre∣sence of Lord, who daily gives the Increase.
An Epistle to all Planters, and such who are Transporting themselves into Foreign Plantations in America, &c.
To all christians, to keep to Yea, Yea, and Nay, Nay, and to fulfil their Words and Promises.
A way to prevent the Indignation and Judgments of God from coming on a Kingdom, Nation or Family; commended to the Consci∣ences of all concerned.
An Epistle to the Houshold of Faith.
To the Quarterly Meeting at York.
To the Six Weeks Meeting in Barbadoes.
To suffering Friends in Prison at Bristol.
To Friends in Charles-Town in Carolina.
To the Monthly and Quarterly Meeting in England, &c.
To Friends that are Captives at Algier.
To all the Houshold of Faith, which is the Church of Christ, who is the Author and Finisher of Faith; who are to do good unto all, but especially to them of the same Faith.
An Epistle to all Friends every where.
To the Meeting of Friends in Truth, that are Captives in Algiers.
To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings in England, &c.
To Friends in Holland.
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To Friends at the Yearly Meeting in York.
To the suffering Friends of Dantzick.
An Epistle to Friends, against Pride, Haughtiness, and the vain Customs and Fashions of the World.
To all Friends and Brethren every where.
Now concerning vain Fashions, Deckings and Customs, &c.
Now concerning wearing and putting on of Apparel.
POSTSCRIPT.
A Testimony out of the Old Testament and New, of the Lord sending his Prophets to declare his Judgments against the Disobedience and Pride of the Jews; and how his Judgments were fulfilled upon them that did not Repent; and how the Apostle did admonish and reprove such as went into Pride and the Fashions of the World.
An Epistle to all the Prisoners, and Sufferers for the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ and his Worship.
POSTSCRIPT.
introduction
Concerning the pure and undefiled Religion, that was set up above Sixteen Hundred Years ago: Which all that do own God and Christ are to walk in.
To Friends at York.
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A General Epistle.
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To Friends in Pensilvania.
To Friends of the Ministry in Pensilvania and New-Jersey.
To Friends in Wales.
To Friends in Dantzick.
To Friends in Pensilvania, East and West-Jersey.
To all the holy Women that trust in God, and do profess Godliness with good Works, according to the Apostles Doctrine in this Age, for them to read over and put in Practice.
An Epistle for them that are learned in Christ, to read and understand.
To the Yearly Meeting in Yorkshire.
To Friends in West-Jersey and Pensilvania.
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To the Quarterly Men and Womens Meetings in London.
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To the Six Weeks Meeting in London.
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To Friends Captives at Macqueness.
postscript
THE FIRST TABLE, CONTAINING
THE SECOND TABLE, Being a Catalogue of the Epistles, of that Faith∣ful Servant of Christ, G. Fox, to Friends, con∣tained in this Volume.
ERRATA.
BOOKS Printed and Sold by T. Sowle, next Door to the Meeting-House in White-Hart-Court in Gracious-Street. And at the Bible in Leaden. Hall-Street near the Market, 1699.