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London Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends)


Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Henry J. Cadbury Letter

Identifier: HC.MC-950-303

This collection contains a 1966 letter sent to Henry J. Cadbury by Avis G. Clarke on behalf of the American Antiquarian Society. Clarke and the Society ask Cadbury about information regarding the origin of American "Epistles" printed before 1820.

Dates: 1966

John Carter family correspondence

 Collection — Othertype SC-018
Identifier: SFHL-SC-018

This correspondence is among members of the Carter family. Letters mostly concern family news. One letter from John to Sarah in 1858 concerns an editorial in The Friend, a Quaker periodical, and the general feeling at that time concerning Friends in London.

Dates: 1827-1870

Quaker Disciplines

Identifier: HC.MC-976
Dates: 1675 - 1935

Friends Historical Library manuscript epistles collection

Identifier: SFHL-MSS-006

The term "epistle" is used to refer to letters exchanged between Quaker organizations, especially from one yearly meeting to another. Epistles are often used to articulate Quaker doctrine and discipline. This collection of various manuscript (handwritten) epistles was compiled from the Friends Historical Library from different sources.

Dates: 1688 - 1973

London Yearly Meeting minutes

Identifier: HC.MC-975-09-031
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of one volume of transcribed minutes. The minutes were transcribed by Sarah Dillwyn, and were originally from London Yearly Meeting in 1794, signed by Mary Copper.

Dates: 1794

Yearly Meeting Epistles and Extracts

Identifier: HC.MC-971

Contemporary copies of epistles and extracts of Yearly Meeting minutes, of Meeting for Sufferings, and of Women Friends, of London, Dublin, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Virginia, Rhode Island from 1698-1944.

Dates: 1668 - 1944

Yearly Meeting Extracts from their Minutes

Identifier: HC.MC-970

The collection contains copies of extracts of minutes of meetings within Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, 1732-1799. Topics include church unity and discipline, the growth of Quakerism, slavery, Native Americans, temperance, education, and religious doctrines.

Dates: 1732-1842, 1971

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Epistles 3
Philadelphia (Pa.) 1
Quaker women 1
Quakers 1
Quakers -- England -- London 1