Philadelphia: The Tract Association of Friends, 1871. 427 pages.
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Baltimore: John Hewes, 1806. 125 pages.
Philadelphia: J. Richards, 1836. Second edition. Full leather; 380 pages.
Philadelphia: J. Richards, 1835. First edition. Full leather; 380 pages.
York: William Sessions, 1991. First edition. Selected, edited and introduced by Hugh McGregor Ross; 153 pages.
New York: David McKay, 1951. First printing. 227 pages.
New York: Macmillan, 1965. 128 pages.
Philadelphia: T. Ellwood Zell, 1860. 434 pages.
London: The Friends' Bookshop, 1922. Second impression. 149 pages.
Philadelpha: Wider Quaker Fellowship, 1974. 32 pages.
Philadelphia: William H. Allen, 1953. First printing. Limited edition of 160 copies han-set and printed; 27 pages.
Toronto: 1835. Willson was expelled by the Quakers for advocating the use of music in worship services. He and a small group moved to Sharon, Ontario, where they organized themselves as the Children of Peace, built a temple and formed the first civil band in Canada. Willson died in 1866...