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MEMOIRS AND JOURNAL

OF

HUGH JUDGE;

A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS,

AND MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL;

CONTAINING

AN ACCOUNT OF HIS LIFE,

RELIGIOUS OBSERVATIONS,

AND

TRAVELS IN THE WORK OF THE MINISTRY.

BYBERRY:

PUBLISHED BY JOHN AND ISAAC COMLY.
J. Richards, Printer, Philadelphia.

1841.

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PUBLIC LIBRARY 19871A ASTOR, LBNOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS

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CONTENTS.

Early life page 1. His learning to be a miller, 6. Silent worship, 7.

First appearance in the ministry, 9. Removal to Pikeland, 10. Join-

ing Friends and marriage, 10. Removal to Concord, 11. Visiting

families, 13. First visit to Hopewell, Virginia, 16. Removal to Bran-

dywine, 25. Voyage to Nantucket and letter to Edward Hatton, 26-

to his wife, 28. Certificate to perform a religious visit to the South-

ern States, 30. Travels in Virginia, 33—N. Carolina, 38—S. Caroli-

na, 40. Return home, 48. At neighbouring meetings, 49, 50. Fly in

the wheat and reflections, 51. Exercises, Deaths, Visit to Concord,

52, 3. Wm. Jackson's visit, reflections, 54, 5. Meeting of millers, 60.

Mary Ferris, 61-3. Journey to Duck Creek in Delaware on account

of coloured people, 68. Burial of Samuel Starr, 71. Do. Robert Val-

entine, 72. Letter to Joseph Townsend, 73. Deep exercises, 74. Death

of Anna Byrnes, 82. Yearly Meeting in Philadelphia, 84, 5. Discour-

agements about temporal matters, 88. Cautionary Remarks on con-

versation, 92. Quarterly meeting,-Job Scott, 95. Conference at

White Clay Creek, 96. Visit of Richard and Thomas Titus, remarks,

99. Burial of Edith Sharpless, and testimony concerning her, 100.

Letter to Thomas Byrnes, 102. Thomas Colley, 104. Visit to Balti-

more Yearly Meeting, 108. Second letter to Thomas Byrnes, 111.

On Gospel ministry, 115. Visit of Charity Cook and companions, 116.

Letter to Norris Jones, 117. On ministry, 120. Address to his chil-

dren, 122. Daniel Offey, 124. Decease of John Perry, 125. Mourn.

ful Reflections, 127. On industry and charity, 130. Moderation and

Fashions, 132. Reinarks on Social converse, 135. On charity and

unity, 137. Journey to Maryland, 139. Letter to Sarah Harrison,

140—to a young man, 142—to Peter Yarnall, 142. Wet season, 145.

Thomas Carlton's, 146. Reflections on the declension of society,

147, 8. Remarks on lifeless formality, 150. Yearly Meeting, 152.

Letter to Charity Cook, 155. Low season, 158. Visit to aged people,

163. At London Grove, 164. Spring meeting at Philadelphia, 166.

Address to his children, 167. Low state of society, 169. Accident to

his wife, 170. Visit to H. West, 171. Visit to Salem Quarter with

Eli Yarnall, 172. On contentment, 176. On pride and fashions, 177, 8.

Visiting families at White Clay Creek and Wilmington, 179. Jour-

ney to New York and New England in 1790, 180—Rahway, Long

Island, 183—-New York Yearly Meeting, 185-Rhode Island, 186–8.

Account of Norris Jones, 190. Wheat failure in New England, 193.

Silent Meetings, 197. Kennebeck country, exposures, 200. Remark-

able convincement, 201, 2. Searching labours at Hailestown, 204,

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