14 results found for: name:"New England Yearly Meeting of Friends"

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1812

From our Yearly Meeting of Friends, held at Newport, : from the 14th of the sixth month, 1812, to the 17th of the same, inclusive. To the Quarterly and Monthly Meetings hereunto belonging

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.

Samuel Austin Collection

1838 Sept. 12

Purington, L.

Letter from L. Purington to Thomas Howland

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Response following Wilbur's abrupt departure after reading his "statements."

Howland Family Papers

1942 June 26

Bonell, Harold C. (Harold Charles), 1908-1977

Address given at the Yearly Meeting of Friends for New England June 26, 1942, by Rev. Harold Bonell

Baptist minister addressing the NEYM on peace: "in times like there when even Newcastle suffers destruction, it may be that even the humble importation of an alien collier might well find acceptance." Praise for the work of the American Friends Service Committee; discussion of how "the church ministers to a stricken world." "Peace is not the absence of hostilities; it i... more

Willis H. White Papers

1842

Howland, Thomas, 1764-1845

Draft letter from Thomas Howland to John Wilbur

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Response following Wilbur's abrupt departure after reading his "statements."

Howland Family Papers

1844 Dec. 24

Howland, Thomas, 1764-1845

Draft letter from Thomas Howland to George C. Kinyon

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Re: conflict in New England Yearly Meeting with meetings in Rhode Island Quarterly.

Howland Family Papers

1842 Feb. 13

Howland, Thomas, 1764-1845

Draft letter from Thomas Howland to George C. Kinyon

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Friends' response to controversy over John Wilbur and J.J. Gurney.

Howland Family Papers

1836 Sept. 20

Gould, Stephen, 1781-1838

Letter from Stephen Gould to Thomas Howland

Newport (R.I.) - On dissension and strife within the Yearly Meeting and in England; Anna Braithwaite; Elisha Bates.

Howland Family Papers

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Howland, Thomas, 1764-1845

Draft letter from Thomas Howland to William Forster

Controversy over John Wilbur and J.J. Gurney; unsound doctrine; separation.

Howland Family Papers