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.
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."
1736 Nov. 23
Lynn Monthly Meeting of Friends (Lynn, Mass.)
Lynn (Mass.) - Certificate of clearness for Richard Estes of Lynn to be married.
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.
1726 Mar. 19
Amesbury Monthly Meeting of Friends (Amesbury, Mass.)
Amesbury (Mass.) - Certificate of removal for Stephen Swett and wife (docketed Stephen Sweet). Presumably Stephen Swett who married Mary Hoag in Amesbury on Dec. 4, 1723.
1732 July 28
Smithfield (R.I.) - Expression of regret for "several things contrary to the Holy truth that I have made profestion of and thereby wounded my own soul and dishonored God and brought trouble upon friends as well as dishonour to my profession," and request for 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.
London (Eng.) - Text printed in two columns divided by a single rule. Followed by "Names of the brethren whose mouths were opened in testimony at George Fox's burial, in the meeting house." and "Appeared in testimony at the grave."