George Fox, An Autobiography by George Fox

George Fox, An Autobiography

byGeorge Fox, Rufus M. Jones, Editor

Kobo ebook | October 2, 2013

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Introduction, The Testimony of William Penn Concerning that Faithful Servant, George Fox,
I. —Boyhood—A Seeker, 1624-1648.
II. —The First Years of Ministry, 1648-1649.
III. —The Challenge and the First Taste of Prison, 1648-1649.
IV. —A Year in Derby Jail, 1650-1651.
V. —One Man May Shake the Country for Ten Miles, 1651-1652.
VI. —A New Era Begins, 1652.
VII. —In Prison Again, 1653.
VIII. —A Visit to Oliver Cromwell, 1653-1654.
IX. —A Visit to the Southern Counties, Which Ends in Launceston Jail, 1655-1656.
X. —Planting the Seed in Wales, 1656-1657.
XI. —In the Home of the Covenanters, 1657.
XII. —Great Events in London, 1658-1659.
XIII. —In the First Year of King Charles, 1660.
XIV. —Labors, Dangers and Sufferings, 1661-1662.
XV. —In Prison for Not Swearing, 1662-1665.
XVI. —A Year in Scarborough Castle, 1665-1666.
XVII. —At the Work of Organizing, 1667-1670.
XVIII. —Two Years in America, 1671-1673.
XIX. —The Last Imprisonment, 1673-1678.
XX. —The Seed Reigns over Death, 1679-1691.

About the Author
"George Fox (1624 – 1691) was an English Dissenter and a founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers or Friends." --Wikipedia

Title:George Fox, An AutobiographyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 2, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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