Allusions to his Private Life and Domestic Character, 249, 377 to 380, 458 to 464.
Anecdotes connected with Quakers, from 255 to 276.
Schism in the Society of Friends, 273 to 286.
Anecdotes connected with his Visit to England and Ireland, 296 to 313.
Anti-Slavery Experiences in New-York, 314 to 334, 340 to 363, 384, 385, 447 to 458.
His Attachment to the Principles and Usages of Friends, 255, 380 to 383, 458.
Disowned by the Society of Friends in New-York, 386 to 399, 4son Isaac, 292.
Journey to Maryland, and Testimony against Slavery, 293.
His marriage with Hannah Attmore, 294.
Removes to New-York, 296.
Matthew Carey's facetious Letter of Introduction, 296.
Anecdotes of his visit to England and Ireland, 296 to 313.
Anecdote of the Diseased Horse, 302.
Visit to William Penn's Grave, 309.
The Storm at Sea. Profane Language rebuked, 312.
The Clergyman and his Books, 313.
His Book-store in New-York, 313.
The Mob in Pearl-Street,
on the estate of her maternal grandfather in Ireland, made it necessary for him to visit that count character.
When Friend Hopper arrived in Ireland, he found many of the Quakers prejudiced agaiobject being to spread heretical doctrines in Ireland, and thus sow dissension among Friends.
In h door of my lodgings.
During this visit to Ireland, Friend Hopper was treated with great hospitad the business which rendered his presence in Ireland necessary, he made a short visit to England, ve he was a countryman.
During his visit to Ireland, he had become so well acquainted with variou when he said, Och!
and sure I came from old Ireland meself.
After amusing himself in this way foe would tell them, It is true I did come from Ireland; but, to confess the truth, I went there firshe way I'm trated by my coontryman?
I'm from Ireland meself; and sure I did'nt expect to be tratedcause.
Lord Morpeth, late Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, attended frequently, made some presents to t