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The kingdom of God is not in word but in power.–1 COR. IV. 20.

VOL. y.

LONDON:
DARTON AND HA R V EY,

GRACECHURCH-STREET.

MDCCCXXXVII.

charen C. Crestrona

m.i876
SOME ACCOUNT

for Amith & Enghath -

OF THE

LIFE OF JOSEPH PIKE

OF CORK, IN IRELAND, WHO DIED IN THE YEAR 1720,

WRITTEN BY HIMSELF:

ALSO,

A JOURNAL

OF THE LIFE AND GOSPEL LABOURS

OF

JOSEPH OXLEY

OF NORWICH, WHO DIED IN THE YEAR 1775;-TOGETHER WITH

LETTERS ADDRESSED TO THEIR FRIENDS.

Now first published from the original MSS.

cantith Preliminary Observations, by John Barclay.

“By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, honour,

and life.”—Prov. xxii. 4.

LONDON:

DARTON AND HARVEY,

GRACECHURCH-STREET.

1837.

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PART I. His Parentage-His Father's Convincement,

Career, and Closing Hours, 1668—Observations on
Marriage, and on the Duties of Parents, &c.

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PART II. SECTION I. His Spiritual exercises of Soul-

Observations on Church Government, and his own

Engagements therein, in conjunction with Friends

-Journeys to Bristol, London, Holland, 1677, &c.

-Remarks on the Separatists, also on George Fox

-He is imprisoned at Bristol-His Account of the

Troubles in 1688, and of the Siege of Cork-His

Concern for the Revival of Church Discipline, 1692 20

PART II. SECTION II. Various Deviations from Chris-

tian Simplicity particularized, and the zealous Care
and Labour instituted in Ireland for Reformation,
agreeably to Scriptural precedent-The Procedure
of Meetings in regard to Visiting Families and the
Oversight of the Flock-George Keith's Heresy and
Schism, 1694–Joseph Pike attends the London
Yearly Meeting, with William Edmundson, &c.
1702, &c. -Account of Francis Randall-Joseph
Pike's Epistle on Covetousness, &c. 1722.

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