Excerpt from The Friend, 1838, Vol. 11: A Religious and Literary Journal
I may now brieﬂy advert to the character of the early Friends, as illustrated by facts in their history, requesting the reader to bear in mind my object, which is to show the inter improbability of the charge of their ascribing Divine attributes to George Fox. The his tory of the establishment of the discipline bears, in my opinion, strongly on this ques tion.
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