Taken from Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Chapman, 1851.
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A Biographical Sketch, by me. Normally I try to avoid this, but since I found several significant discrepencies between his Narrative and my independent research I thought it best to write out an original essay.
Testimony Concerning Jesse Kersey, An Approved Minister in the Society of Friends, from the Western Quarterly Meeting of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (Hicksite.)
On the death of his wife.
The only known poetry.
Containing an account of his early life up to his sixteenth year.
A review and narrative of his apprenticeship, and account of his appearance in the ministry, with remarks.
His removal to East Caln--Settlement at Yorktown--Return to Caln--Journey to Catawissa and Muncy--Also to Carolina, &c.--Trials, in relation to special providence--Journey to New Jersey--Removal to Downingtown--Reflections--Concern to go to Europe.
Voyage to Liverpool--Travels in England and Ireland--Return home--Reflections--Visit to Philadelphia--Reflections--Journey to the South, to visit Slaveholders--Visit to Philadelphia. (Continued in multiple files due to length.)
An Autobiographical Fragment, from 1825, found after the Narrative was published.