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to the inhabitants of Altona, 198; to the 31; baptism of, 355.
lief of the Divine Being, 367; meeting
with the Massassaguas, 374; speech of, 380;
meeting with them, 383.
Keith, George, 21.
Light of Christ, its universality defended, 51; Di-
vine and saving nature of it, 55; opposed by
the Beacon, 353.
ing him, 1; journal of his life and travels, 2; Meetings, held mostly in silence, 72;
1; danger of extremes, 36; danger of un-
dervaluing the gift, 57; advice to those
engaged in it, 58; to keep to the Spirit,
63; difference between the true and false,
325; never denied by Friends, 52; de-
claration respecting them, 436.
Monthly Meeting concerning him, 74;
education, 78; turned out of his father's
house for joining Friends; first appears as
a minister, 80; travels as a minister, 82;
visits Dunkirk with a committee, 83;
preaches at a market cross, 84; exercises
on a visit to the king, 85; goes to Guern-
sey and Jersey, 88; called to relinquish
business and devote his time to the service
of his Divine Master, 93; summoned as a
to Guernsey, 95; further outward sacri-
able meeting, 106; address to the rulers,
108; takes passage for Ireland, 111; joins
houses, 114, 118; returns home and in
1810, again lands in Ireland, 125; visits
strained in social calls, 127; interview
with a Catholic bishop, 128; attends the
specting the separation of the Hicksites, home in peace. In 1811 sails again for
Ireland—a great storm, 130; commences
his service at the drinking houses in Cork,
132; confidence in Divine protection un-
der abuse, 133; visits another Catholic
bishop, 138; necessity of renewed purifi-
cation for service, 139; instance of declin.