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MORAL EDUCATION, DISCIPLINE, PECULIAR
CUSTOMS, RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLES,
POLITICAL AND CIVIL ECONOMY,

AND CHARACTER,

OF THE

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS.

BY

THOMAS CLARKSON, M. A.

AUTHOR OF SEVERAL ESSAYS ON THE SUBJECT OF

THE SLAVE-TRADE.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. II.

London :

PRINTED BY R. TAYLOR AND CO., SHOE-LANE,

FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, AND ORME,

PATERNOSTER-ROW.

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Secr. 1. Marriage-regulations and example of George

For relative to marriage-present regulations

and manner of the celebration of it among

the

Quakers

Sect. 2. Those who marry out of the Society are dis-

owned-various reasons for such a measurem

objection to it-reply
SECT. 3. - but the disowned may be restored to member-

ship_terms of their restorationthese terms

censured-reply

Sect. 4. —more women disowned on this account than

men-probable causes of this difference of

number ..

CHAP. II.

Sect. 1. Funerals extravagance and pageantry of an-

tient and modern funeralsthese discarded

by the Quakers-plain manner in which they

inter their dead

27

Secr. 2. Quakers use no tomb-stones, nor monumental

inscriptions--various reasons of their disuse

of these

32

VOL, II.

Sect,

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