From the front cover: “Made Public, as a Testimony to the Right Way to God, Revealed and Made Known in this the Day of his Glorious Appearing to his People. That they may be Encouraged to Walk therein to the End thereof.”
William Shewen was an early-convinced and prominent member of the Religious Society of Friends in London in the mid to late seventeenth century; he was also the author of a number of tracts and books. His Counsel to the Christian-Traveller: Also, Meditations & Experiences was first published in 1683 and frequently reprinted up to 1838. In this new edition, published by Inner Light Books, this early and important dissertation on Quaker Faith and Practice is made available to those who desire a deeper understanding of the traditional beliefs of the Religious Society of Friends.