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Context of Dear Friends : Notwithstanding the seasonable and weighty Advice communicated from our late Yearly-Meeting, exhorting Friends every where to demean themselves as becomes good and faithful Subjects both in Word and Conduct, yet as fresh Occasions daily arise that require our prudent and circumspect Walking, and to keep out of every Thing of a contrary Tendency, We earnestly intreat Friends to watch over one another for Good, and to see that none are ensnared by that Spirit which would lead into Confusion, and bring Hurt to themselves, as well as Dishonour to our Christian Profession. Watch against every Thing of this Nature we beseech you: Live in Love and in Faithfulness to that holy Principle that will establish you in Peace and Safety, what ever Tumults and Disturbances may be permitted to overtake a Nation that has long been highly favoured with Domestic Peace and Tranquillity. Farewell. Signed in and on Behalf of the Meeting for Sufferings, the 20th of the Tenth Month 1769, by William Weston, Clerk to the Meeting
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