John Kendall (1726-1815) lived a long and fruitful life in the service of his Master. Through submission to pious parents, he learned to walk in the narrow and safe path when still very young, and was called to the work of the ministry in his twenty-first year. His travels for the Lord were first in the northern parts of England and Scotland, but in subsequent years he made five trips to Holland, one to Germany, and was often engaged in gospel labors in Great Britain. When older and less able to travel, much of his time was dedicated to the publication of valuable Christian writings, some written by himself, and some collected and compiled from other pious authors.
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A compilation of letters composed by various members of the Society of Friends over the course of several decades; including a large collection of excerpts penned by Richard Shackleton, and many other worthy ministers, elders, and disciples of Christ.