Wilbur, John. A Narrative and Exposition of the Late Proceedings of New England Yearly Meeting, With Some of its Subordinate Meetings & Their committees, in Relation to the Doctrinal Controversy Now Existing in the Society of Friends: Prefaced by a Concise View of the Church, Showing the Occasion of its Apostacy, both Under the Former and Present Dispensations, With an Appendix.Edited from Record Kept, From Time to Time, of Those Proceedings, and Interspersed With Occasional Remarks and Observations. Addressed to the Members of the Said Yearly Meeting. New York: Piercy & Reed, Printers, 1854, pages 277-325.
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Of the True Source of all Divine Knowledge
Universal and Saving Light
Of the Scriptures and the Holy Spirit
On the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
Moral Sense, Etc.
The Annointing--Christ in Man
Of the Body and Blood of Christ
Letter of John Wilbur, ca. 4th month 1839.
Letter of John Wilbur, 10th of 11th month, 1838
Thomas Shillitoe's Testimony
Letter of George Jones to The Ministers and Elders
Ralph Wardlaw's Opinion of Joseph John Gurney