Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
I am interested in knowing what specific works people think of that are expressive of the period of Quaker Quietism. I am interested in works that were written during the period of Quietism (aka The Second Period of Quaker History). Personally, I have found the following works of help in accessing the thought of this period:
A Guide to True Peace, Counsel for the Christian Traveler by William Shewen, The Grounds of a Holy Life by Hugh Turford, A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel by Stephen Crisp, and various 'Disciplines' that were published by Yearly Meetings during this period.
Are there other works that people here find particularly helpful in accessing Quaker Quietism?
Thanks in advance for any comments.