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" I stood at a great distance at the lower end of the great hall, and Christ at the upper end, whom I saw in the appearance of a fresh lovely youth, clad in grey cloth (at which time I had not heard of a Quaker or their habit) very plain and neat, of a... "
Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Pennington [sic.]from Her ... - Page 4
by Mary Penington - 1821 - 103 pages
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Women's Worlds in Seventeenth-century England

Patricia M. Crawford, Laura Gowing - History - 2000 - 314 pages
...appearance, but durst not go near him, for it was said in me, stay and see whether he own thee and take thee to be such an one as thou lookest upon thyself to be so. I stood at a great distance, at the lower end of that great hall, and Christ at the upper end; whom I saw in...
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Autobiographical Writings by Early Quaker Women

David Booy - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 211 pages
...the thing, but durst not go near him, but it was said in me, 'Stay, and see whether he own thee and take thee to be such an one as thou lookest upon thyself to be.' So I stood at a great distance at the lower end ofthat great hall, and Christ at the upper end, whom I saw in...
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