Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1968
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This excellent pamphlet is a clear and useful summary of the religion of George Fox, as Howard Brinton assembled it from Fox's Epistles, which were written to Friends and then collected and published in 1698. Brinton's work, in a readable and friendly style, is scholarly, brilliantly clear, interesting, and wise. Brinton has a lovely way of explaining Fox's ideas and 17th century language, and places them in historical context.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 161; inscription: donated by Tessa Spratt 2017
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