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Items from Periodicals Prologue : Selected stanzas from Whittier's poem, " The King's Missive," by The Spirit of Truth. Scene I. Governor Endicott's Council Chamber, in Boston, Scene II. The King's Council Chamber, in London. Scene III. Governor Endicott's Council Chamber, in Boston. Friends' Intelligencer --Reference was made in an earlier Bulletin to the article by Edith Philips on " Le Personage du Quaker sur la Scène Française." In the issue of 9 mo. 20, 1930, p. 745, there is an interesting review of this article. --A brief historical sketch of Old Haverford Friends' Meeting is given in the issue of 10 mo. 11, 1930, p. 808. --On Tenth Month 8, 1780, the first session of Menallen Monthly Meeting was held in Adams County, Pennsylvania. It was made up of Irish Quakers, among whom were found the family names of Blackburn, Cook, Garrettson, Griest, Harris, Hutton, Wilson, Wright, and Wierman. The 150th anniversary of this meeting was recently commemorated by many descendants of the same families and by others, numbering in all over 500 people, who met at Menallen Meeting House, Flora Dale, Pennsylvania.-- 10 mo. 25, 1930, p. 852. --A new building at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, is called http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association Friends Historical Association

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1934-1504
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Prologue : Selected stanzas from Whittier's poem, " The King's Missive," by The Spirit of Truth. Scene I. Governor Endicott's Council Chamber, in Boston, Scene II. The King's Council Chamber, in London. Scene III. Governor Endicott's Council Chamber, in Boston. Friends' Intelligencer --Reference was made in an earlier Bulletin to the article by Edith Philips on " Le Personage du Quaker sur la Scène Française." In the issue of 9 mo. 20, 1930, p. 745, there is an interesting review of this article. --A brief historical sketch of Old Haverford Friends' Meeting is given in the issue of 10 mo. 11, 1930, p. 808. --On Tenth Month 8, 1780, the first session of Menallen Monthly Meeting was held in Adams County, Pennsylvania. It was made up of Irish Quakers, among whom were found the family names of Blackburn, Cook, Garrettson, Griest, Harris, Hutton, Wilson, Wright, and Wierman. The 150th anniversary of this meeting was recently commemorated by many descendants of the same families and by others, numbering in all over 500 people, who met at Menallen Meeting House, Flora Dale, Pennsylvania.-- 10 mo. 25, 1930, p. 852. --A new building at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, is called

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Published: Apr 4, 1931

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