History of the Free Quakers, Charles Wetherill,
OF THE RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
CALLED BY SOME
THE FREE QUAKERS,
CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Philadelphia: Printed for the Society, 1894; Number 3 of 800 copies,
signed by the author.
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I: Introductory--Colonial Period
II: Revolutionary Period
III: The Modern Period
Appendix 1: An Address of the People Called
Quakers, Who Have Been Disowned for Matters Religious or Civil.
Appendix 2: The Monthly Meeting of Friends,
called by some THE FREE QUAKERS, (Distinguishing us from those of our Brethren
who have disowned us.) Held at Philadelphia, the 4th day of the 6th month,
1781. To our Friends and Brethren in Pennsylvnia, New Jersey, and Elsewhere:--
Appendix 3: From the Monthly Meeting of Friends,
called by some, THE FREE QUAKERS, Held by Adjournment at Philadelphia,
on the 9th day of the 7th month, 1781. To Those of our Brethren who have
Appendix 4: To the Representatives of the Freemen
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly Met:--
Appendix 5: To the General Assembly of Pennsylvania:
An Address and Memorial on Behalf of the People Called Quakers.
Appendix 6: To the Representatives of the Freemen
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in General Assembly Met:--The Memorial
and Remonstrance of Isaac Howell and White Matlack, on behalf of themselves
and others, who have been disowned by the People called Quakers, etc.,
Appendix 7: To the Representative of the Freemen
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, In General Assembly Met, Respectfully
Appendix 8: Copy of the Deed from Samuel Wetherill
and wife to Christopher Marshall and others, Trustees.
Appendix 9: Copy of "An Act for vesting certain
City Lots therein mentioned in trustees for a burial ground for the use
of the Religious Society of Free Quakers in the City of Philadelphia,"
passed 26th of August, 1786.
Appendix 10: Copy of Entry on the First and
Second pages of the Book of Members of the Free Quakers, which members
of meeting sign, or in which their names are entered by their parents.
Appendix 11: Letter from Samuel Wetherill to
the Second Day's Morning Meeting of Ministers and Elders, of the People
Called Quakers in the City of Philadelphia:--
Appendix 12: List of Membersof the Free Quaker
Society who are known or believed to be Deceased.
Appendix 13: Names and Residence of the Present
Free Quakers, 1894.