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" He turned back again, saying he had a love for my husband, seeing grace in his looks. He drew nigh to the pales, and spoke of the light and grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband and he having engaged in discourse, the man of the house... "
Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Pennington [sic.]from Her ... - Page 8
by Mary Penington - 1821 - 103 pages
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor)., Volume 7

1871
...scoffed, saying ' He, a public preacher, indeed, preaching in the highways.' He turned back again, saving he had a love for my husband, seeing grace in his looks. He drew nigh to the gates, and spoke of the light and grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband land he having...
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Dublin University Magazine,A Literary and Political Journal VOL.LXX July to ...

Dublin University Magazine,A Literary and Political Journal - 1867
...public preacher indeed — preaching on the highway!' He turned back again, saying he hid a love (or my husband, seeing grace in his looks. He drew nigh to the pales, and spoke of the light and grace of Gud that had appeared to all men. Sly husband and he having engaged in discourse, the man of the...
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Friends in the Seventeenth Century

Charles Evans - Quakers - 1876 - 668 pages
...about our pride, at which I scoffed, saying, ' He a public preacher, iudeed! preaching on the highway.' He turned back again, saying, he had a love for my...nigh to the pales, and spoke of the Light and Grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband and he having engaged in discourse, the man of the...
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The Penns & Peningtons of the Seventeenth Century: In Their Domestic and ...

Maria Webb - 1877 - 446 pages
...to us about our pride, at which I scoffed, saying, ' He a public preacher indeed ! — preaching on the highways !' He turned back again, saying he had...nigh to the pales, and spoke of the light and grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband and he having engaged in discourse, the man of the...
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A Quaker of the Olden Time: Being a Memoir of John Roberts, by His Son ...

Daniel Roberts - Quakers - 1898 - 507 pages
...narrates, " saw us as he rode by, in our gay and vain apparel. He cried out to us against our pride, at which I scoffed, and said he was a public preacher indeed who preached on the highways. He turned back again, saying he had a love for my husband, seeing grace in his looks....
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Autobiographical Writings by Early Quaker Women

David Booy - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 211 pages
...spied us, as he rode by, in our gay vain apparel, and he cried out to us of our pride and such like, at which I scoffed and said, he was a public preacher indeed that preached in the highways: but he came back again, having, as he said, a love to my husband, and...
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Proceedings

Friends General Conference (U.S.). General Conference - 1902
...spoke to us about our pride, at which I scoffed, saying, "He a public preacher indeed, preaching on the highways!" He turned back again, saying he had...nigh to the pales and spoke of the light and grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband and he having engaged in discourse, the man of the...
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The Faith of a Quaker

John William Graham - 2018 - 476 pages
...about our pride, at which I scoffed, saying, "He a public preacher indeed! preaching on the highway I " He turned back again, saying he had a love for my...husband, seeing grace in his looks. He drew nigh to the gates, and spoke of the light and grace of God that had appeared to all men. My husband and he having...
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