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The Journal of the Friends Historical Society.
The Society produces a journal twice a year and this is distributed to all members.
Content is papers produced by members or by invitation. As an example from the contents list of Volume 62 No. 1:

  • Spreading Friends Books for Truths Service: The Distribution of Quaker Printed Literature in the Eighteenth Century. By David J. Hall
  • Quaker Missionary Work in Germany from 1790 until 1899. List of Anglo - American visitors. By Claus Barnett
  • A Nineteenth Century Student - Joseph Bevan Braithwaite (1818-1905). By Rosemund Cummings
  • Edwardian Peace Testimony: British Quaker against militarism and conscription c. 1902-1914. by Roger T. Steam
  • Friends and War, 1914-15 by David Rubinstein Friends International Centres in the early Twentieth Century. By Stephen Collett

Supplements to the journal – these are separate publications
From time to time we publish books supplements to the Journal of Friends Historical Society

  • No 24. THE ATLANTIC COMMUNITY OF EARLY FRIENDS, Presidential address by Frederick B. Tolles, 1952. £1.00
  • No. 28. PATTERNS OF INFLUENCE IN ANGLO-AMERICAN QUAKERISM. By Thomas E. Drake. 1958. £1.00
  • No. 29. SOME QUAKER PORTRAITS, CERTAIN AND UNCERTAIN. By John Nickalls. 1958. Illustrated. £1.00
  • No. 33. JOHN PERROT. By Kenneth L. Carroll. 1971. £2.00
  • No. 32. JOHN WOOLMAN IN ENGLAND, 1772. By Henry J. Cadbury. 1971. £2.00
  • No. 34. "THE OTHER BRANCH": LONDON Y.M. AND THE HICKSLTES, 1827-1912. By Edwin B. Bronner. 1975. £1.25
  • No. 35. ALEXANDER COWAN WILSON, 1866-1955. By Stephen Wilson . 1974. £1.00

FHS, Occasional Series

  • No. 1 MANCHESTER, MANCHESTER AND MANCHESTER AGAIN: from 'SOUND DOCTRINE' to 'A FREE MINISTRY'. By Roger C. Wilson. 1990. Members £2.00, (Non-members £3.00.)

Back issues of the JOURNAL (and the supplements) can be obtained for £3 per issue for members (£5 for non-members) to include postage and packing.
Overseas applicants are asked to add £2 to cover the additional cost of post. Requests should be made to the Treasurer c/o The Library, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ

Not needed copies of Journals and Supplements wanted
F
HS would be glad to receive unwanted copies of back issues of the Journal and of the Supplements. Address to FHS, c/o The Library, Friends House, London NW12BJ.

 

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