Philadelphia (Pa.) - "To our Friends and Brethren in these and the neighbouring Provinces." "Signed in and on behalf of the Yearly Meeting, by James Pemberton, clerk."
Philadelphia (Pa.) - "Signed on behalf and by direction of a meeting representing the religious society called Quakers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, &c. held in Philadelphia the 15th. of the 11th. month 1799. John Drinker, clerk"--Page 3
1724 Nov. 6
Smithfield (R.I.) - Docketed on verso: "Samuel Comstock's confession of his out going" with expression of deep regret and willingness to work toward forgiveness.
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Quaker pacifist tract read as having loyalist sympathies; "the happy connection ... and our just and necessary subordination to the king." Signed by John Pemberton, Clerk.
1718 Nov. 9
Newport Monthly Meeting of Friends (Newport, R.I.)
Newport (R.I.) - Sending "fervent Desire is that unfeigned love & Unity may Encrease amongst you, to the Mutual Comfort, and Encouragement of every Member in his particular Service & Station." Signed by Samuel Aldrich and Henry Knowles.
Newport (R.I.) - Concerning non-participation in the War of 1812. "Signed on behalf of the Meeting, by Samuel Rodman, clerk this year. Not in Shaw & Shoemaker.
Philadelphia (Pa.) - Exhortation for Friends "to act consistently with the purity and Meekness of our Christian Profession; becoming the Followers of our peaceable Saviour Jesus Christ, and the Practice and Advice of faithful Friends in all Times of Trial and Difficulty" with quote from George Fox.