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1 Manuscript Releases, vol. 1 [Nos. 19-96], p. 383.1 (Ellen Gould White)

The same mail that brought your letter brought me one from Brother Washburn, who is laboring in Washington, D. C. I have been strongly impressed by the Lord that in this city a most decided work must be done to proclaim the truth regarding the Seventh-day Sabbath. Several years ago instruction was given me in regard to this. Letter 115, 1903, pp. 1, 2. (To John Wessels, June 20, 1903.)

2 Manuscript Releases, vol. 7 [Nos. 419-525], p. 151.3 (Ellen Gould White)

We need the impartation of the Holy Spirit, that we may realize how closely heavenly things are bound up with God's church on this earth.—Letter 115, 1903, pp. 2, 3. (To John Wessels, June 20, 1903.)

3 Manuscript Releases, vol. 11 [Nos. 851-920], p. 245.3 (Ellen Gould White)

Satan will work with masterly power not only among unbelievers, but believers, to close the door that the very special light shall not do its work. What am I to do, Elder Olsen? I have no rest day nor night in spirit.—Letter 115, 1890, pp. 1, 2, 7, 8. (To O. A. Olsen, June 21, 1890.)

4 Manuscript Releases, vol. 11 [Nos. 851-920], p. 331.2 (Ellen Gould White)

Now, my brother, if it had not been for these articles in the Review, I would have held my peace. I thought that if Fannie would only keep away from me, and trouble me no more, I would not expose her, but would let the poor, deluded, misshapen character alone. But when she figures so largely in our papers, I must speak. I dare not keep silent. Such productions do no one any good, and the blessing of the Lord cannot attend them.—Letter 115, 1897, pp. 1, 2. (To G. C. Tenney, July 5, 1897.)

5 Manuscript File Index, p. (Ellen G. White Estate)

TITLEFILE #DATEPLACEWHERE PUBLISHED1844The Glories of Heaven MS-001  From “A Word to the Little Flock,” pp. 16-171845Early Experiences in Meeting Fanaticism*MS-001  Refiled as Ms 9, 1859Early Experiences in Meeting Fanaticism*MS-002  Refiled as Ms 10, 18591846To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad MS-001  From Broadside, “To the Little Remnant Scattered Abroad”1847(None)1848EGW Utterances During Vision MS-00148/11/18 From “Seal of the Living God,” pp. 24-26, 321849Vision of the Open and Shut ...

6 The Ellen G. White Letters and Manuscripts: Volume 1, p. 851.2 (Ellen G. White Estate)

... of the History of the Lockes in England (Concord, N.H.: Rumford Press, 1916?), p. 115; Pekka Ilmari Tahti, “‘The Father of the Vermont Conference,’ The Study of Alfred S. Hutchins ...

7 Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 3 (1876 - 1882), Lt 64, 1876, par. 17

“To see a coarse, hard-hearted man, possessing in his very nature but little more tenderness than a crocodile, and nearly as destitute of moral religious training as a hyena, shedding hypocritical tears for effect, is enough to stir the mirthfulness of the gravest saint.”—Life Incidents (1868), pp. 115, 116.

8 Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 3 (1876 - 1882), Lt 65, 1876, par. 14

“To see a coarse, hard-hearted man, possessing in his very nature but little more tenderness than a crocodile, and nearly as destitute of moral religious training as a hyena, shedding hypocritical tears for effect, is enough to stir the mirthfulness of the gravest saint.”—Life Incidents (1868), pp. 115, 116.

9 Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 3 (1876 - 1882), Lt 66, 1876, par. 23

“To see a coarse, hard-hearted man, possessing in his very nature but little more tenderness than a crocodile, and nearly as destitute of moral religious training as a hyena, shedding hypocritical tears for effect, is enough to stir the mirthfulness of the gravest saint.”—Life Incidents (1868), pp. 115, 116.

10 Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 3 (1876 - 1882), Lt 67, 1876, par. 18

“To see a coarse, hard-hearted man, possessing in his very nature but little more tenderness than a crocodile, and nearly as destitute of moral religious training as a hyena, shedding hypocritical tears for effect, is enough to stir the mirthfulness of the gravest saint.”—Life Incidents (1868), pp. 115, 116.

11 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.2 (Board of Trustees of the Ellen G. White Estate)

AH 27; CG 127, 345; COL 18; CC 12.1; CD 396; CT 147, 186, 273-4; EW 146; Ed 21, 214, 219; Ev 149; FLB 232.1; FE 314, 326, 419, 512-3; LS 355; 1MCP 115.2; MH 189, 200, 261, 365; OHC 223.2; PP 47, 50; PK 730; 2SM 355; 3SM 133.1; 1BC 1082; 3SG 34-5, 38, 55, 89; SR 21-3; 1T 568; 3T 77, 153; 4T 410; TM 243; TDG 12.5, 33.3; UL 146.3

12 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.3 (Board of Trustees of the Ellen G. White Estate)

AA 222; COL 38, 127; Con 19, 30.3, 78.2; CT 268; DA 31, 52, 103, 115, 211, 578, 663; Ed 27, 125; FLB 75.1; FE 283, 513; AG 131.1; GC 348, 505-7; HP 44.4; LHU 28, 197.2, 373.7; OHC 89.4; PP 58, 65-6, 77, 363, 366, 370-1; PK 681, 685, 701-2; 1SM 230, 254-6, 347, 409; 2SM 106; 3SM 129.1, 194.2, 355.1; 1BC 1084; 5BC 1082, 1131; 6BC 1061, 1082; 7BC 924, 926, 932; SR 47; Te 275, 284; 3T 526; 4T 594-5; 6T 52; 9T 283; TMK 16, 35.2; TDG 84.2; UL 262.3, 318.1

13 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.4 (Board of Trustees of the Ellen G. White Estate)

DA 618; Ev 598; GC 46, 76; MM 264; PP 81-2, 153, 210, 651; 1SM 231, 233, 364, 382; 1BC 1086-7; 3BC 1159; 7BC 908; 3SG 48, 115; 4aSG 148; SR 55, 89; 1T 78; TM 77-8; MB 29, 33

14 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Genesis.9 (Board of Trustees of the Ellen G. White Estate)

Ed 115; ML 337; PP 106, 119; 1BC 1091; 5BC 1133; SR 70-1; TM 157

20 EGW Index, vols. 1-4 (Scripture Index), p. Psalms.119 (Board of Trustees of the Ellen G. White Estate)

COL 132; CC 115.4; CSW 19, 36; CT 121, 172; DA 89, 123; Ed 190; FW 57; FLB 8; GW 250; GC 600; HP 215.5; LHU 130.9, 291.8, 336.1; MH 181; ML 28, 160; OHC 37.2, 210; PP 460; RC 116.1; SD 108, 190; 4T 616; TSB 86.2