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The present edition of some of the writings of the Society of Friends, being intended for the use of those not Members, as well as for the Society at large, and their young people in particular, it is introduced by that short sketch of its History, Doctrines, and Principles, entitled "A Summary,” published by the authority of the Society; and is followed by a farther statement of its views respecting some of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity, and also those points relative to silent worship and the ministry, in which Friends differ from most other professors; with a few remarks for the consideration of those who may be concerned in the important business of education.
It is not intended always to publish entire Journals of the lives of Friends, but rather extracts from them, of parts more particularly interesting, and occasionally they may be accompanied with notes and observations, by