Fox, George – An Autobiography of George Fox

George Fox, An Autobiography

This work is by George Fox, the founder of Religious Society of Friends or Quakerism, outlining the key events of his life and beliefs.

Table of Contents

Dedication & Preface
The Testimony of William Penn
Chapter 1: Boyhood–A Seeker
Chapter 2: The First Years of Ministry
Chapter 3: The Challenge and the First Taste of Prison
Chapter 4: A Year in Derby Prison
Chapter 5: One Man May Shake the Country for Ten Miles
Chapter 6: A New Era Begins
Chapter 7: In Prison Again
Chapter 8: A Visit to Oliver Cromwell
Chapter 9: A Visit to the Southern Counties Which Ends in Launceston Jail
Chapter 10: Planting the Seed in Wales.
Chapter 11: In the Home of the Covenanters.
Chapter 12: Great Events in London.
Chapter 13: In the First Year of King Charles.
Chapter 14: Labors, Dangers and Sufferings.
Chapter 15: In Prison for not Swearing
Chapter 16: A Year in Scarborough Castle
Chapter 17: At the Work of Organizing
Chapter 18: Two Years in America
Chapter 19: The Last Imprisonment.
Chapter 20: “The Seed Reigns over Death”

Fox, G. - Autobiography of George Fox
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