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MORAL EDUCATION, DISCIPLINE, PECULIAR
SOCIETY Of FRIENDS.
AUTHOR OF SEVERAL ESSAYS ON THE SUBJECT OF
IN THREE VOLUMES.
FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REEs, AND ORME,
o CHAP. II.
vol. 11, 2. SECT,
C II A P. V.
Settlement of differences—alstain from duels—and also
from law—have recourse to arbitration—
their rules concerning arbitration—an account
of an arbitration-society at Newcastle-upon-
Tyne on Quaker-principles . . . . . . 76
C II A. P. V. I.
Sect. 1. Poor—no leggars among the Quakers—manner
of relieving and providing for the poor . 89
SEct. 2. Education of the children of the poor provided
for—observations on the number of the Qua-
CH A P. I.
C Is A P. II.
Neither, ercept he has a portion of the same Spirit, can he