A collection of the works of Thomas Chalkley. In two parts [Five lines of quotation Psalms 1, 1, 2]
By: Chalkley, Thomas.Material type: TextPublisher: Philadelphia, Printed by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, 1749Description: 1 p. ℓ., v-xiii,  p., 1 ℓ., 326 p.; 1 ℓ., cccxxix-cccxxx, 331-590 p. 19 cm.Subject(s): Society of Friends | Theology -- Early works to 1800 | Theology -- History -- 18th century
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Each part has special t.-p.
"The testimony of the Monthly-meeting of Friends in Philadelphia, concerning our antient, worthy friend, Thomas Chalkley, deceased ... Signed on behalf ... of the Monthly-meeting ... by Israel Pemberton" p. v-xiii.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 258.7)
[pt.I] A journal, or, historical account, of the life, travels, and Christian experiences, of ... Thomas Chalkley.--pt. II. The works of Thomas Chalkey: God's great love unto mankind, through Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Fruits of divine meditation at sea, in the year 1699. An exhortation to youth, and others, to follow. A loving invitation to young and old ... to seek and love almighty God. Forcing a maintenance, not warrantable from the Holy Scripture, for a minister of the gospel.
Some observations on Christ's Sermon on the mount. Some truly tender scruples of conscience, about that form of prayer called the Common prayer. A letter to a friend in Ireland; containing a relation of some sorrowful instances of the sad effects of intemperance. A letter to Aguila Paca, high sheriff of Baltimore county ... Maryland. Christ's kingdom exalted. Some considerations on the call, work, and wages, of the ministers of Christ. Concerning personal election and reprobation. A letter to Cotton Mather, in New-England. Youth perswaded to obedience, gratitude, and honour, to God, and their parents. Free thoughts communicated to free-thinkers; in order to promote thinking on the name and works of God.