Chapter 18 » 18.05
Testimony concerning Joshua Barber (1660–1732):
He was greatly beloved by the generality of the meeting he belonged to, for his good example, steady walking, and impartial judgment, even among his nearest Friends, as well as others. When he thought there was occasion for advice, he dealt in great plainness with all, where he was concerned, as he found his way open in the truth, so that he became a terror to evil-doers, though a comfort to them who did well.
Brighouse Monthly Meeting, 1733