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George Fox (1624–1691)

Fox, George. Founder of the sect of Quakers, and an English diarist and epistolary and doctrinal writer; born at Fenny Drayton, Leicestershire, July 1624; died in London, Jan. 13, 1691. His works are his ‘Journal’ (1694); ‘Epistles’ (1698); and ‘Doctrinal Pieces’ (1706); the first especially made a very deep impression.