or pestilence? I had to press these things for close consideration.
I have several times visited a sick friend, who said she felt a sweet
calm; that she had all she could look for; death was no terror; adding,
Oh how trying would a wounded conscience be, at such a time as this!
I was at Pilesgrove Mo.ly Meeting
as I ever felt myself. Next day at our Quarterly Meeting
it right to mention the situation of two old Jersey Indians near us; one of whom
is about 80 years old, & the other blind, about 60, for whom I have been
concern'd that they may be properly cared for: a committee was appointed to
attend to their Case.
Attending our General Spring Meeting
lieve it was a favoured Season, remarkably so. Our English friends Debo-
after accomplishing their religious visit in America; Our Friends Sam.l
all obtained Certificates at this Meeting.
Sitting with the Committee on Indian Affairs
to open my Sentiments concerning the propriety of taking the situa-
tion of our Jersey Indians, under care, as well as those more re-
mote from our dwellings: as I remember to have heard my father
often mention the Indians Kindness to our Predecessors in the Jer-
seys, when they were few, & the Indians many.