A Sermon Delivered by SPECIAL WEST, in a Meeting For Worship at the time of (London) Yearly Meeting, date unknown.
The Western Friend (Cincinnati, OH), Vol. I No.1 (11th month 11, 1847), pages 2-3.

This is The Quaker Homiletics Online Anthology, Section Three: The 19th Century.

When there was silence in heaven for the space of half an hour; when the vocal tributes of holy, holy, holy, and the hallelujahs of sanctified spirits in endless felicity were suspended, their worship continued in awful, holy, solemn, inconceivable silence; it was a rapturous adoration too copious for language to express, a cloud of incense before the throne of immaculate purity and love. May our minds be gathered to it, let our name and our profession to religion be what it may, and may we experience this divine communion of saints, and deeply ponder God's unbounded love in solemn silence, for there is no power of eloquence can sufficiently acknowledge the obligation and reverence we how his infinite majesty, who fills heaven and earth with his goodness; but let us look up unto him, and wait to be prepared for it, for they that wait upon the Lord, shall renew their strength, wherein we may experience constant advancement from grace to grace, until we attain the glorious end proposed by this living, animating salutation, "The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost be with you all always. Amen.