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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 Excerpt: ...deep, and in it marvellous mysteries are discovered. May thy trust be in Him, and thy heart devoted to Him; and He will never leave thee. My dear John, thy beloved husband, will I trust be a true helpmeet, --and that you will be travellers together, take sweet counsel together, and go up to the house of God in company;--and unite in giving the preference to the Lord's work and service at all times and on all occasions. I know the advantage of such a union; thy mother and I were united in desire to serve the Lord, above all and before all: and in this union we were often concerned to encourage and strengthen one another in dedication of heart. Thy dear John's letters I have received; he seems to think I am slack about writing; but he mistakes, --in these remote places where I have been, there is rarely any opportunity of conveying letters; Friends are scattered very wide, and far back in the woods. There are also many people of other societies in similar situations, whom the Lord seems to be peculiarly visiting: --many have been added to our Society by convincement, especially in these back settlements, and several have requested to be received, who are situated several hundreds of miles from any settlement of Friends. As to the time of my return, you must keep in the patience; give me up freely, and pray for my preservation. If I am but favoured to finish well, --no matter when or where. I never felt more love to you all; yet I believe it best to resign you to the keeping of the Shepherd of Israel; believing, if you are faithful to Him, He will keep you. About this part of his travels, John Wigham gives a list of a number of places at which he had meetings; he also states having attended the Quarterly Meetings at Concord and London-grove, which were large and s...
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