This “Pendle Hill Paperback” makes available (in condensed form) the thought of three early pioneers of the Religious Society of Friends – William Penn, Robert Barclay, and Isaac Penington – whose writings were considered “too lengthy for the present mood.” Penn deals with practice, Barclay with belief, and Penington with inward experience. The publication is composed of three early pamphlets originally published consecutively by Pendle Hill as: 1. Barclay in Brief (PHP #28); 2. The Inward Journey of Isaac Penington (PHP #29); and 3. William Penn’s No Cross, No Crown (PHP #30).