Gilbert Latey (1626-1705) was convinced of the truth through the powerful preaching of Edward Burrough in the year 1654, and continued a faithful and tireless disciple of Christ until his death in 1705. The memoir of his life (written by his nephew Richard Hawkins, with whom he lived for forty-two years) is both a narrative of the most remarkable events in Gilbert’s life, and a historical account of the first ministers and established meetings of Friends in London. Included in this history is also a sobering account of the Great Plague of London in 1655, the last major epidemic of the bubonic plague to occur in England.

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The Life of Gilbert Latey
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The Life of Gilbert Latey

Gilbert Latey

The Life of Gilbert Latey

by: Gilbert Latey

Gilbert Latey (1626-1705) was convinced of the truth through the powerful preaching of Edward Burrough in the year 1654, and continued a faithful and tireless disciple of Christ until his death in 1705. The memoir of his life (written by his nephew Richard Hawkins, with whom he lived for forty-two years) is both a narrative of the most remarkable events in Gilbert’s life, and a historical account of the first ministers and established meetings of Friends in London. Included in this history is also a sobering account of the Great Plague of London in 1655, the last major epidemic of the bubonic plague to occur in England.

  • Gilbert Latey
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  • 3 chapters
  • 109 pages
  • Language: English

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