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teaching, who teacheth Christians to love one another, yea enemies; and persuade all kings and princes, to give liberty to all tender consciences in matters of religion and worship, they living peaceably under every government: so that for the time to come there may be no more imprisonment and persecution among the Christians, for matters of tender consciences about matters of faith, worship, and religion, that the Jews, Turks, Tartars, and heathens, may not see how Christians are persecuting one another for religion. And seeing, from Christ and the apostles Christians have no such command, but on the contrary, to love one another; and knowing, that Christ said to such as would have been plucking up tares, Let the tares and the wheat grow together till the harvest (which is the end of the world) lest they plucked up the wheat; and at the end of the world Christ would send forth his angels, and they should sever the wheat from the tares : so Christ tells you, that it is the angels' work at the end of the world, and not men's work, before the harvest at the end of the world. Hath not all this persecution, banishing, and imprisoning, and putting to death, concerning religion, been the pretence of plucking up tares ? and bath not all this been be. fore the harvest, and before the end of the world? And therefore, have not all these been the actors against the express command of Christ, the King of Heaven? which all kings and rulers, especially they that call themselves Christians, should obey their Lord and Saviour's command, which he expressly commands: Let the tares and the wheat grow together, till the harvest; and the harvest is the end of the world : and then Christ will send his angels, and they shall sever the wheat from the tares, &c. And also Christ told some of his disciples, that would have had fire to come down from heaven, to destroy such as would not receive him in their zeal;) “ That they did not know what spirit they were of:” and rebuked them, and said, “ He came not to destroy men's lives, but to save them.” And therefore all such that have destroyed men's Jives concerning religion, and worship of God, have they known what spirit they have been of? Have they not done that they should not do ? and done that which Christ forbad, who saith, “ Lest ye should pluck up the wheat with the tares," and saith, “ It is the angels' work at the end of the world ?" And hath not God shewed unto man what is good, and his duty, to love mercy, and to do justly, and to walk humbly with his God? which man is to mind.

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And the apostle exhorts the Christians, “To follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord,” Hebr. xii. 14. And why should I Christians war and strive one with another, seeing they all do own in words one King, and Lord, and Saviour Christ Jesus, whose command is, that they should love one another; which is a mark that they shall be known by, to be Christ's disciples, as I said before. And Christ, who is the King of kings, and Lord of lords, saith, “As I have loved you, so love one another,” John xv. 12. and John xiii. And the apostle saith, “ Christians ought to be patient towards all men," 1 Thess. v. 14.

r From him, who is a lover of truth and righteousness, and peace, and desires your temporal and eternal good; and desires, that in the wisdom of God, that is pure, and gentle, and peaceable, from above, with that you may be ordered, and order all things, that God hath committed to you, to his glory, and stop those things among Christians, so far as you have power, which dishonour God, Christ, and Christianity!

G. F. Amsterdam, the 21st of the

7th month, 1677.

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Containing the Names of the Counties, Cities, Towns, and

Places, mentioned in the Author's Journal of his Travels, and Labours on Truth's account in England, &c. and beyond the Seas.

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Abbyholm, vol. i. page 400. Badcow, i. 401, 404, 410.
Aberdeen, ii. 197.

Badgley, i. 277, 280, 348,
Acton, i. 245.

462.-ii. 76, 96, 221. Adderbury, ii. 173, 252. Baghurst, ii. 115. Adingworth, ii. 220.

Bagworth, i. 109. Albans, i. 281.-ii. 220, 252, Balby, i. 138, 154, 156, 230, 277.

264.-ii. 96, 219. Aldborough, Castle, ii. 327. Baldock, i, 281–ii. 84, 265. Aldenham, i. 168.

Ballow field, ii. 219.
Alexandria, i. 503–ii. 4.

Banbury, ii. 84.
Alkmaer, ii. 229, 326.

Bandon, ii. 99.
America, ii. 198.

Bandon Bridge, ii. 99.
Amersham, ii. 249.

Barbadoes, ii. 127, 140, 162,
Amoroca River, ii. 164.

165, 413.
Ampthill, ii. 220.

Barking, ii, 380.
Amsterdam, ii. 224, 234, 239, Barnet, i. 77.-ii. 220, 252, 277,

244, 324, 326, 408, 434, 437, 396.
446, 452.

Barnet Hills, ii. 6, 7.
Annamessy River, ii. 163. Barnstaple, ii. 87.
Anderigo, ii. 237

Barrow, i. 109.-ii. 6.
Antigua, ii. 134, 253.

Barton, ii. 217.
Apledon, ii. 87.

Barton Abbey, i. 464.
Appingdalen, ii. 231.

Basinstoke, i. 370.
Appleby, i. 184.

Battersea, ii. 278.
Apre, ii. 231.

Beavor Vale, i. 93, 96, 105.
Arnside, i. 199,465-ii. 25, 267 Becliff, i. 169,
Armscot, ii. 173, 252.

Bedall, ii. 217.
Arundel, i. 282.

Bedfordshire, i. 254, 276, 281,
Ashford, ii. 13.

420.-ii. 12, 76, 220, 252, Ashwell, ii. 265.

265, 277.
Atherston, i. 110, 234.

Bethnal-green, ii. 342, 357.
Aylesbury, ii. 173.

Bentham, ii. 60.

Berkshire, ii. 6, 107, 116, 250. Capell, ii. 278.
Berrystreet, ii. 378.

Cardiff, i. 372.-ii. 85.
Berwick, i. 416.

Carlisle, i. 205, 214, 400.-ii.
Beverley, i. 138.

127.
Beaumaris, i. 388.

Carolina, ii. 158.
Biddlesden, ii. 277.

Carterford, i. 466.
Bishopsdale, ii. 217.

Cartmeil, ii. 27.
Bishop-starford, i. 263. Causham, ii. 250.
Black-rock, ii. 97.

Charing-cross, i. 240, 242.
Bletchingly, ii. 278.

Charlewood, ii. 252.
Block Island, ii. 149.

Chattan, i. 277.
Bodmin, i. 291.

Chelmsford, ii. 248.
Bohemia River, ii. 144, 153. Cheltenham, ii. 252.
Bonner's Creek, ii. 158, 160. Chesham, ii. 252.
Boston, i. 347.

Cheshire, i. 375, 418, 477—ii.
Boston, i. 496.- ii. 162.

79, 97, 104.
Boulton, N. E. ii. 38.

Cheshunt, ii. 424.
Bowden, ii. 265.

Chesterfield, i. 111.
Bootell, i. 199.

Chester River, ii. 143, 153.
Bradford, i. 159.

Chichester, i. 282.
Braintree, ii. 248.

China, i. 503.
Breckņock, i. 373.

Chiswick, ii. 357, 396.
Bremen, ii. 232, 236.

Cholsberry, ii. 252.
Bremer-Haven, ii. 235.

Choptank River, ii. 165.
Bridge-town, ii. 133.

Christian River, ii. 152.
Bridport, i. 371.

Cirencester, i. 348.-ii. 252.
Briell, ii. 224, 247, 323, 327. Clauson, i. 96.
Brigflats, ii. 216.

Cleveland, i. 142, 418.—ii. 78.
Bristol, i. 342, 372, 458.ii. 4, Clifts, ii. 142, 156, 163, 167.

21, 76, 82, 104, 106, 250. Closter Severn, ii. 232.
Bristol Harbor, ii. 168.

Cockan, i. 178.
Buckinghamshire, i. 77, 346, Cockermouth, i. 201.

441.-ii. 76, 84, 115, 172, Coggeshall, i. 258, 504.

220, 249, 252, 277, 288. Colchester, i. 259, 504.- ii. 223,
Bugbrook, ii. 277.

248, 323, 327.
Bullock's Hill, ii. 220.

Coldbeck, i. 204, 216.
Burlington, ii. 72.

Collumpton, i. 342.- i. 20.
Burnt Island, i. 411.

Point Comfort, ii. 161.
Burraby, i. 142.-ii. 217. Connecticot, ii. 148.
Burrow bridge, ii. 24.

Conney Island, ii. 151.
Burton, ii. 277.

Cork, ii. 99.
Burton-upon-Trent, i. 137. Cornwall, i. 286, 302, 341, 454.
Bushel House, i. 137.

-ii. 16, 87.
Buxtehude, ii. 232.

Cossell, ii. 197.
Buykslote, ii. 229.

Coventry, i. 78, 80, 109, 280.
Cambridge, i. 262.

Counterside, ii. 217.
Cambridgeshire, i. 347, 451.-Crane's Island, ii. 155.
ii. 12, 109.

Crantzick, i. 139, 150.
Camsgill, ii. 216.

Cranbrook, i. 256.-ij. 13.
Canterbury, i. 257.-ii. 116. Crickatrough, ii. 161.

Crook, i. 166.

Edghill, i. 348.
Crossland, i. 174.

Edinburgh, i. 405, 408, 413.
Crowland, i. 347.

Edmonton, ij. 278, 279, 284,
Crownallins, ii. 252.

288, 333, 378,
Cumberland, i. 199, 217,400.- Eems River, ii. 231.
ii. 78.

Eldreth, ii. 97.

Elmshoren, ii. 233.
Dalgelthly, i. 386.

Ely, i. 262.-ii. 12.
Dalston, ii. 297, 299, 322, 327. Embden, ii. 231, 236.
Dalton, i. 168.

Enfield, ii. 117, 122, 284, 327,
Dantzic, ii. 198, 253, 259, 345, 333, 338, 347, 357, 379, 399,
408, 409.

415.
Derby, i. 112, 129, 136, 462. Enkhuysen, ii. 230.
Derbyshire, i. 81, 92, 94, 111, Epping Forest, ii. 338.

138, 231, 277, 418, 462.- Esher, ii. 278.
ii. 22, 75, 78, 109, 219, 267, Essex, i. 258, 449, 506.-ii. 13,
277.

77, 108, 116, 172, 223, 248,
Darwen Water, i. 217.-9. 25. 322, 374, 380, 399, 415.
Deal, ii. 116, 125.

Eaton, i. 94.
Delaware Bay, ii. 152.

Evesham, i. 278, 348.-ii. 194,
River, ii. 144.

252.
Delft, ii. 224, 247.

Exeter, i. 341, 372.
Delfziel, ii. 230.

Eyder River, ii. 233.
Delmenhorst, ii. 232.
Denbyshire, ii. 79, 309. Falcoln Island, ii. 150.
Dent, i. 162.

Falmouth, i. 289.- ii. 17.
Deteren, ii. 231.

Farnham, i. 370.-ii. 89.
Devonshire, i. 454,457.-ii. 16, Felsted, ii. 248.
20, 87.

Fen Country, i. 347.-ii. 12.
Dingley, ii. 220.

Firbank Chap. i. 163, 168.
Dockum, ii. 230, 237.

Fisher-holder, ii. 232.
Doncaster, i. 138, 156.-ii. 219. Fisher's Island, ii. 149.
Dorchester, i. 283, 372, 453. Flamsted Heath, ii. 284.
Dorsetshire, i. 453.-ii. 16, 88. Flintshire, i. 389.
Dover, i. 257.

Flushing, ii. 145, 150.
Downs, ij. 125.

Ford-green, ii. 333, 399.
Douglas, i. 401.

Forest of Dean, ii. 86.
Drawell, ii. 216.

Franeker, ii. 238, 325.
Drayton, i. 75, 233, 276, 462. Frederickstadt, ii. 233.
Droitwich, ii. 79.

Friezland, ii. 230, 237, 325.
Dublin, ii. 98, 103.
Duckenfield, i. 89.

Gainsborough, i. 154.
Dumfriès, i. 401.

Gardick, ii. 237.
Dunbar, i. 415.

Garner's Island, ii. 149.
Duncow, i. 280.

Garsdale, ii. 217.
Dunstable, ii. 197, 277.

Garshore, i. 401.
Durham, i. 217,417.-ii. 24, 78. Garstrang, ii. 33.

Gatton, ii. 278.
East Friesland, ii. 231. Germany, ii. 232.
East Jersey, ii. 144, 151. Giggleswick, ii. 60.

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