3 edition of Sarah the Quaker, to Lothario found in the catalog.
Sarah the Quaker, to Lothario
1729 by London : printed for A. Moore : and Dublin : reprinted by Christopher Dickson in [Dublin] .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4366, no. 11.|
|The Physical Object|
The little company at Strangers creek sufferedmuch during the late disturbances; the pro-slavery party stopping supplies offood. Coffin came to Kansas insettling near Leavenworth in Supper was prepared for us, and onwishing to retire, how thankful we were that without any contrivance of our own,my dear R. London: Hurst and Blackett, Great is the loss which some persons sustain by going into isolatedsituations where religion is at a low ebb.
She and the cat were the only survivors from the original party. To the Honourable Lady Sarah Cowper, Dined at Andrew Henshaw's, where we met with Thomas Stanley  who gave usdirections to his house where we had fixed to go the following day. She was determined to stay alive and was finally rescued by a supply ship that came a few months later. The story of Narcissus, In Allen became treasurer of the Society, whose aim was to open progressive schools in England and abroad.
The treacherous conditions had them beat and they returned a couple of weeks later. Sources and further reading[ edit ]. They had seven sons and two daughters. Jones in theevening where we were most affectionately waited on by his children whosegreatest pleasure seemed to be anticipating our wants.
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Although this bookcontains biographical information on the Lindseys and extracts from theirdiaries, it only briefly touches upon Mr. Theday previous a number of the Indian children had been taken away from the school by their parents, who gave as a reason, their fear that there would be an attackmade upon the Establishment.
I am, however, left with a question. To Mr. They would never be seen again. Perhaps the best known committee member of the new non-denominational abolition society, founded inwas William Wilberforcewho, unlike its Quaker members, was eligible as an Anglican to be elected to, and sit in, the House of Commons.
They called the daysof the week by their numerals: First day, second day, etc.
Basset, Ric. Since the s these common projects have mostly disappeared, and independent and Evangelical Friends in the West have drifted further and further apart. VII, pp.
Quakerism changed radically as Friends moved westward. Coffin came to Kansas insettling near Leavenworth in Two familiesof friends reside at Le Roy where we had a meeting the following day at the houseof R.
Retrieved They had a daughter, who bore the same name. By now Knight was suffering from scurvy. Final journey[ edit ] Hooton embarked on her final voyage injoining George Fox on a trip to the West Indies and the American continent.
The danger at times became so great thatsome families would drive to the Shawnee Friends Mission for refuge, or crossinto Missouri, until the immediate threat was past. The portion ofthe diary here printed begins with their departure from St. Had an appointed meeting in a schoolhouse.
Rebecca and Benjamin were released on the 1st day of the 6th month,and sailed for Montreal two days later. Boards were fastened to the wall.
The flooring was rough and theroof was composed of three foot boards riven out of oak timber, on Stranger rivertwo miles east. Benajah Hiatt statesthat their ministry was prophetic and inspiring, resulting in many conversions. But in the midst of this humbleabode contentment seemed to dwell, and a smile played upon many of the happyfaces around us.
In the mids he was passionate about abolition of the apprenticeship clauseand achieving the complete freedom of African-Caribbean people on 1 August She wished Frederick's debts at Hertford to be paid, and she gave "blessings to my brother Spencer, lady Charlotte and his family and my father's picture the Occasion'd by the death of Mr.
The roof was held on by weight poles such as were commonly used in that day. Pacifist[ edit ] Allen made an approving note in his diary, duringon a pacifist tract, The Lawfulness of Defensive War upon Christian Principles Impartially Considered.
Only three possible reasons come immediately to mind. VIII, pp. Maria F.His bread and butter for a long stretch was Joe Miller’s Jest-Book, a widely reprinted collection of jokes ﬁlled with wooden punch lines Eleanor Shevlin, “ ‘To Reconcile Book and Title, and Make ‘em Kin to One Another’: The Evolution of the Title’s Contractual Functions,” Book History 2 (): 42– A Quaker from Bolton Meeting will have her film about ‘coming out’ as a gay teenager shown at the Museum of Liverpool this week.
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