Memoirs Of Thomas Scattergood; Late Of Philadelphia, A Minister Of The Gospel Of Christ by Thomas Scattergood

Memoirs Of Thomas Scattergood; Late Of Philadelphia, A Minister Of The Gospel Of Christ

byThomas Scattergood

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1845 Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XVI. 1799. RELIGIONS ENGAGEMENTS IN ESSEX, SUFFOLK, AND SEVERAL OF THE NORTHERN COUNTIES VISITS SCOTLAND LETTER FROM MARY DUDLEY FURTHER RELIGIOUS SERVICE IN SCOTLAND AND THE ORKNEY ISLANDS RETURNS TO DURHAM. " Seoond Month 22nd.--Went to Tottenham meeting in a very low state, where was a marriage, and I went and dined with the company. After tea the guests were collected into one room, and we had a solemn time, in which I found some relief by pouring out my soul in supplication; and afterwards had a remarkably tendering season whilst addressing the children. It is marvellous to mo that it should be so, and that the water of weakness and great discouragement should for a moment be turned into the wine of refreshment. " 23rd.--How blind and stripped I am, and I trust disposed to say,' Thy will, 0 Lord! and not mine be done.' 0! the mystery of this work, in being thus abased from day to day. " Third Month 15th, Fifth-day.--Feel a secret hope reviving, that it is right to go to Suffolk Quarterly Meeting. After meeting went home with W. Dillwyn, and having received a note from dear J. Bevans, desiring I would come to London this afternoon, S. D. and children went with me. After conferring with him respecting accompanying me, if I must go further north, we went into the room to S. Talbot and companion, G. Stacey, and others, &c, and had a sitting, in which Sarah Shackleton spoke concerning the enemy tempting our Lord to command that the stones might be made bread to satisfy his hunger; after which I kneeled down and prayed, and felt some relief. A prospect was renewed on my mind to have a public meeting at Chelmsford, of which I desired G. Stacey to write to a Friend there. " 15th.--Set off accompanied by my kind friends William Forster and M. Philips, a...

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Title:Memoirs Of Thomas Scattergood; Late Of Philadelphia, A Minister Of The Gospel Of ChristFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.41 inPublished:February 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217019781

ISBN - 13:9780217019781

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