|Author:||Vokins, Joan, d. 1690.|
|Title:||God's mighty power magnified as manifested and revealed in his faithful handmaid Joan Vokins, who departed this life the 22d of the 5th month, 1690, having finished her course, and kept the faith : also some account of her exercises, works of faith, labour of love, and great travels in the work of the ministry, for the good of souls.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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God's mighty power magnified as manifested and revealed in his faithful handmaid Joan Vokins, who departed this life the 22d of the 5th month, 1690, having finished her course, and kept the faith : also some account of her exercises, works of faith, labour of love, and great travels in the work of the ministry, for the good of souls.
Vokins, Joan, d. 1690.
London: Printed for Thomas Northcott ..., 1691.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Vokins, Joan, -- d. 1690.
TO THE READER.
note to the reader
An Account and Testimony con∣cerning Joan Vokins, from the Quarterly Meeting for Berkshire.
A Testimony concerning Joan Vokins, by Theophila Townsend.
Mary Drewet's Testimony Con∣cerning Joan Vokins.
Concerning our Dear and Tender Mother, Joan Vokins, who departed this Life the 22d of the 5th Month, 1690. at Rea∣ding, in the County of Berks, at our Friend John Buy's House.
An Account given by Richard Vokins, junior, of some Words that his dear Mother spoke to him on her Dying Bed, Viz.
This is my Testimony concerning my dear Sister, Joan Vokins.
An Epistle to Friends writ first of all which came to hand, after the fore going was thus collected to∣gether.
A Loving Advertisement unto all those who joyn together to Perse∣cute the Innocent.
To Friends at and nigh Colebrook and Longford Meeting, and thereaway.
Some account given forth by Joan Vokins of the great Goodness and Mercy of the Lord towards her, and of the wonderful Works that he hath done for her; con∣ducing to his Glory and her great Joy and Comfort: Written with her own Hand (a few Months before her decease) as followeth.
A further Testimony for the magnifying of that Power that supported my weak Body, and comforted my poor Soul in my Travels in America: I feel my self concerned to give a Relation of some particular Places and Service.
A Letter writen at Gravesend to Friends of the Womens Meeting, by J. V. when she was going to Sea, for her long Journy. The 24th of the 12th Month, 1679.
A Letter to her Husband, Richard Vokins, sent from Road Island.
To Oliver Sansom and his Wife.
For Friends at Gravesend in Long-Island, and else-where.
To her Husband and Children, the 11th of the 11th Month, 1680. from Nevice.
And in the same Letter there were a few Lines add∣ed to her Son Thomas Vokins, being then an Apprentice with William Gibson, in London.
An Epistle to Friends of New York, and there-away.
Here follows a LETTER that she wrote on Board the first Vessel going for Ame∣rica; directed, and sent to some Women-Friends in London.
An Epistle to Friends in Rhode-Island, and there-away.
An Epistle to Friends in East-Jersey.
An Epistle to some Friends in New Eng∣land, but it hath respect to the general state of Friends there.
To Friends in West Jersey.
A short Testimony against that Spirit of Division, that gave forth W. R's Book, stiled, The Christian Quaker distin∣guished.
To Friends in New England, and there∣away.
To Friends of Crambrook in Kent.
For the Friends of Abingdon, Meeting in Berkshire.
Concerning her Journey into Ireland.
To Friends in Antegua and Nevice-Islands in the West-Indies.
To the Women's Meeting in the Vale of White Horse in Berks.
To her Children.
An Epistle to Friends.
Here follows a Paper that was printed in 1687, Entituled, A Tender Invitation unto all those that want Peace with God, by reason of the burden of Sin that keeps them from acceptance with the Lord Je∣sus, and from an assurance of Salvation, though it be very desirable to them.
A Testimon work of God's Power.
To William Cooper and his Wife, dwelling in West-Jersey near Delaware-River not far from Burlington. These are
To Antegua and Nevice, &c.
A Catalogue of Books Printed for and Sold by Thomas Northcott.