26.01 Advices I, ¶1, 1964.
26.02 George Fox, Journal, ed J L Nickalls, 1952, p25 (entry for 1643).
26.03 George Fox, Journal, ed J L Nickalls, 1952, p27 (entry probably for 1648).
26.04 Caroline Fox, Memories of old friends, ed H N Pym, 3rd edn, 1882, vol1, pxxii (entry for 1841).
26.05 Reality and radiance: selected autobiographical works of Emilia Fogelklou, introduced and translated by Howard T Lutz, 1985, pp82-83.
26.06 Rufus Jones, ‘The death of John Wilhelm Rowntree’, American Friend, vol12 (1905), p176, repr in John Wilhelm Rowntree, Essays and addresses, 1905, pp433-434.
26.07 Hilda Clark, War and its aftermath: letters, ed E M Pye, , pp6-7.
26.08 Howard E Collier, The Quaker meeting: a personal experience and method described and analysed, 1943, p5.
26.09 G M Ll Davies, Joseph Rowntree Gillett: a memoir, 1942, p35.
26.10 Francis H Knight, ‘The faith of a sceptic’, The wayfarer, vol24 (1945), pp110-111.
26.11 John Macmurray, ‘What makes an experience religious?’ a talk given on BBC radio in 1967, repr in Quakers talk to sixth formers, 1970, p58.
26.12 Geoffrey Hubbard, Quaker by convincement, 1974, p117-118.
26.13 Roy Farrant, ‘Christ’s fool’, The Friend, vol132 (1974), p1357.
26.14 Walter Martin, ‘On being physically disabled’, The Friend, vol142 (1984), p1261.
26.15 Epistle of London Yearly Meeting 1928, London YM Proc, 1928, p330.
26.16 Arthur S Eddington, Science and the unseen world (Swarthmore lecture), 1929, p53.
26.17 Ole Olden, letter in The Friend, vol113 (1955), p1026.
26.18 Ruth Fawell, Courage to grow, 1987, p9.
26.19 Janet Scott, What canst thou say? (Swarthmore lecture), 1980, pp71-72.
26.20 Jean West, ‘Reason and mystery’, Friends quarterly, vol25 (1988-1989), pp40-41.
26.21 John W Harvey, The salt and the leaven (Swarthmore lecture), 1947, p76.
26.22 Kenneth C Barnes, The creative imagination (Swarthmore lecture), 1960, p78.
26.23 From one of six talks given on BBC radio in May 1962 by Kathleen Lonsdale, printed in The Friend, vol120 (1962); repr separately as A scientist tries to answer some of her own questions about religion, 1962, p6, and repr in The Christian life – lived experimentally: an anthology of the writings of Kathleen Lonsdale, selected by James Hough, 1976, p31.
26.24 Written for the 1994 Revision Committee by eleven Quaker scientists, convened in Cambridge by Anna M Bidder, 1989.
26.25 Unpublished introduction to London Yearly Meeting session ‘The kingdom in our midst’ by S Jocelyn Burnell, 1976.
26.26 Pierre Ceresole, Vivre sa vérité: carnets de route, 2nd edn, 1950, pp178-179; translated by J Ormerod Greenwood for the 1994 Revision Committee.
26.27 Tony Brown, ‘Knock, knock, who’s there?’, The Friend, vol142 (1984), pp165-166.
26.28 Christopher Holdsworth, Steps in a large room: a Quaker explores the monastic tradition (Swarthmore lecture), 1985, p10.
26.29 Jo Farrow, ‘Spirituality and self-awareness’, Friends quarterly, vol23 (1983-1985), pp317-318.
26.30 Isaac Penington, Some of the mysteries of God’s kingdom glanced at, 1663, p9; repr in Works, 1681, pt1, p420; 1761 edn, vol1, p602.
26.31 Harvey Gillman, A minority of one (Swarthmore lecture), 1988, pp81-82.
26.32 Rufus Jones, ‘Where the beyond breaks through’, The Friend, vol60 new series (1920), p26.
26.33 John Lampen, Twenty questions about Jesus, 1985, p91.
26.34 Katharine Moore, She for God, 1978, p209-210.
26.35 Rose Ketterer, ‘G-d/ess’ web’, Friendly woman, vol8 (1987), no1, p11.
26.36 Text by Jo Farrow submitted to Yearly Meeting 1994.
26.37 Bernard Canter, ‘Look everywhere’, editorial in The Friend, vol120 (1962), p770.
26.38 Donald Court, A scientific age and a declining church: what has a Friend to say?, 1965, p8, repr from The Friend, vol123 (1965), p1142.
26.39 Charles Carter, On having a sense of all conditions (Swarthmore lecture), 1971, p25.
26.40 Memoir of the life of Elizabeth Fry... edited by two of her daughters [Katherine Fry & Rachel Cresswell], 1847, vol1, p41 (entry for 1798).
26.41 Frederick Parker-Rhodes, The Friend, vol135 (1977), p636.
26.42 George Fox, Journal, ed J L Nickalls, 1952, p33; 1694 edn, p22; bicent edn, 1891, vol1, pp34-35 (entry for 1648).
26.43 L Hugh Doncaster, The Quaker message: a personal affirmation (James Backhouse lecture: Pendle Hill pamphlet 181), 1972, pp6-7. Omissions are not indicated in the text.
26.44 William Penn’s preface to George Fox, Journal, 1694, prelim leaf M2; bicent edn, 1891, vol1, pplx-lxi; not in 1952 Nickalls edn.
26.45 Job Scott, Works, Philadelphia, 1831, vol1, p520: ‘Some openings of truth’, believed to have been written shortly before Job Scott sailed for Europe in December 1792.
26.46 Yorkshire QM’s memorandum on the book of discipline, section 3, ‘The divinity and humanity of Christ’, London YM Proc, 1919, pp182-183.
26.47 For peace and truth: from the note-books of Pierre Ceresole, trans and ed John W Harvey and Christina Yates, 1954, p82. The passage is dated as 1920 in Pierre Ceresole, Vivre sa vérité: carnets de route, 2nd edn, 1950, pp143.
26.48 T Edmund Harvey, Workaday saints, 1949, p124.
26.49 ‘Man’s relation to God: III. What has Jesus to say to the individual?’ (1904), John Wilhelm Rowntree, Essays and addresses, 1905, pp361-362.
26.50 Janet Scott, What canst thou say? (Swarthmore lecture), 1980, pp60-61.
26.51 Lorna M Marsden, letter in The Friend, vol143 (1985), p923.
26.52 L Hugh Doncaster, God in every man (Swarthmore lecture), 1963, p74-75.
26.53 Paul Oestreicher, quoted in Gerald Priestland, Priestland’s progress: one man’s search for Christianity now, 1981, p43.
26.54 Ruth Fawell, Courage to grow, 1987, pp114-115.
26.55 Hugh Pyper, A sense of adventure, 1986, p9.
26.56 S Jocelyn Burnell, Broken for life (Swarthmore lecture), 1989, pp51-52.
26.57 J Ormerod Greenwood, ‘Letter from a Friend’, Quaker monthly, vol52 (1973), pp179-180.
26.58 Damaris Parker-Rhodes, The way out is the way in, 1985, pp54-55.
26.59 Rosamund Robertson, Growing Friends: worship, prayer and spiritual experience with children, 1990, pp8-9.
26.60 Richard Rowntree, ‘The particular mission of Friends -1’, The Friend, vol145 (1987), p998.
26.61 John Woolman, ‘Considerations on keeping negroes, part second’, 1762, in John Woolman, The journal and major essays, ed Phillips P Moulton, 1971, p236.
26.62 Thomas R Kelly, ‘The children of the light’, publ as introduction to the Wider Quaker Fellowship annual report, 1941; repr in Richard M Kelly, Thomas Kelly: a biography, 1966, p125.
26.63 Epistle of YM 1879, YM Proc, 1879, p39. The scriptural quotations are from - I John 2:2; Rev 22:17; Ps 89:15.
26.64 Waldo Williams, from ‘Paham yr wyf yn Grynwr’, a talk given on BBC radio in July 1956, and printed in Seren Gomer, 25 June 1971, p8. Omissions are not indicated in the texts.
26.65 L Hugh Doncaster, The Quaker message: a personal affirmation (James Backhouse lecture: Pendle Hill pamphlet 181), 1972, p6.
26.66 London Yearly Meeting, To Lima with love, 1987, p7.
26.67 H G Wood, Theology and prayer, 1951, p9. An address given to elders at London Yearly Meeting 1951 and repr from Friends quarterly, vol5 (1951).
26.68 Ellen S Bosanquet, The inward light, 1927, p6.
26.69 Edgar B Castle, Approach to Quakerism, 1961, pp48-49.
26.70 Isaac Penington, Some directions to the panting soul, 1671, p5; repr in Isaac Penington, Works, 1681, pt1, p347; 1761 edn, vol1, p486; 1784 edn, vol2, p241.
26.71 A lamentation for the scattered tribes, 1656, repr in Francis Howgill, The dawnings of the gospel day, 1676, p46.
26.72 Thomas R Kelly, A testament of devotion, 1941, pp18-19; 1979 edn, p17. From a lecture delivered January 1938, except the last sentence, which is from a letter to Rufus Jones, April 1938.
26.73 George Gorman, The amazing fact of Quaker worship (Swarthmore lecture), 1973, p71.
26.74 Stephen Allott, ‘Meanings’, The Friend, vol139 (1981), p630.
26.75 ‘How shall we think of God?’ anonymously written and dated 1970, in Edward Cell, ed, Daily readings from Quaker spirituality, Springfield, Illinois, Templegate Press ©, 1987, p94.
26.76 Pam Lunn, ‘Love and politics’, Friends quarterly, vol26 (1990-1991), p51.
26.77 Letter from Beatrice Saxon Snell, The Friend, vol119 (1961), pp60-61.
26.78 William Penn, A key opening a way to every common understanding, 1692; repr in William Penn, A collection of the works, 1726, vol2, p781; Select works, 1782, vol5, pp9-10.