Tuesday, March 16, 2010
Tue 16 Mar 1773: Worcester. Here I inquired concerning the "Intelligence sent Mr. Hill from Worcester," (as he says in his warm book,) "of the shocking behaviour of some that professed to be perfect." It was supposed, that intelligence came from Mr. Skinner, a dear lover of me and all connected with me. The truth is, one of the society, after having left it, behaved extremely ill; but none who professed to love God with all their heart have done any thing contrary to that profession.