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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX Page 26. "No where was persecution [of Quakers] more severe" [than in Wales]. The Welsh Quakers "stood it all heroically, and when William Penn offered them a haven of rest, they found an honourable way of escaping the trials which seemed practically endless. But they loved their old country; its language and customs, and a committee of them obtained from William Penn the offer of a Barony, where they could have a new Wales, and, as they hoped, a government of their own, unmixed with alien influences". (See pp. 442-3, "The Quakers in the American Colonies", by Rufus M. Jones, Isaac Sharpless, and Amelia M. Gummere, 1911). Page 27. An exception can be given to this statement, for Lady Anne Conway was prominent as a Quakeress in time of Mr. Fox. She was the daughter of Sir Heneage Finch, speaker of the House of Commons, died in 1631. She married (his first wife), in 1651, the Hon. Edward Conway (son and heir of Edward, Viscount Conway, of Ragley), who succeeded his father in 1655, and in 1679, was created Earl of Conway. Lady Conway's brother, Heneage Finch, 1621-1682, was created Earl of Nottingham, and was Lord Chancellor. Page 80. The location of the Merion meeting house was rather on the northeastern line, than corner of Rees's first land. Page 80. The deeds of 1695 and 1714, have cleared up all doubt as to on which lot the Merion Meeting House was built. Page 96. "Elizabeth William Owen" (not "Katherine Robert") was the wife of Robert Pugh, Gent., and mother of Hugh Roberts. See pp. 125-6. Page 98. The six lines at the foot of this page were badly pied by pressman, and should read: In Radnorshire, he visited Roger Hughes; at Lanole, Edward Jones, David Powel, Thomas Goodin, near Llwyn-du. From North Wales he travelled to many...

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Buchbeschreibung TheClassics.us. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 210 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: . . . APPENDIX Page 26. No where was persecution of Quakers more severe than in Wales. The Welsh Quakers stood it all heroically, and when William Penn offered them a haven of rest, they found an honourable way of escaping the trials which seemed practically endless. But they loved their old country; its language and customs, and a committee of them obtained from William Penn the offer of a Barony, where they could have a new Wales, and, as they hoped, a government of their own, unmixed with alien influences. (See pp. 442-3, The Quakers in the American Colonies, by Rufus M. Jones, Isaac Sharpless, and Amelia M. Gummere, 1911). Page 27. An exception can be given to this statement, for Lady Anne Conway was prominent as a Quakeress in time of Mr. Fox. She was the daughter of Sir Heneage Finch, speaker of the House of Commons, died in 1631. She married (his first wife), in 1651, the Hon. Edward Conway (son and heir of Edward, Viscount Conway, of Ragley), who succeeded his father in 1655, and in 1679, was created Earl of Conway. Lady Conways brother, Heneage Finch, 1621-1682, was created Earl of Nottingham, and was Lord Chancellor. Page 80. The location of the Merion meeting house was rather on the northeastern line, than corner of Reess first land. Page 80. The deeds of 1695 and 1714, have cleared up all doubt as to on which lot the Merion Meeting House was built. Page 96. Elizabeth William Owen (not Katherine Robert) was the wife of Robert Pugh, Gent. , and mother of Hugh Roberts. See pp. 125-6. Page 98. The six lines at the foot of this page were badly pied by pressman, and should read: In Radnorshire, he visited Roger Hughes; at Lanole, Edward Jones, David Powel, Thomas Goodin, near Llwyn-du. From North Wales he travelled to many. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781230364469

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Buchbeschreibung Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: . APPENDIX Page 26. No where was persecution [of Quakers] more severe [than in Wales]. The Welsh Quakers stood it all heroically, and when William Penn offered them a haven of rest, they found an honourable way of escaping the trials which seemed practically endless. But they loved their old country; its language and customs, and a committee of them obtained from William Penn the offer of a Barony, where they could have a new Wales, and, as they hoped, a government of their own, unmixed with alien influences. (See pp. 442-3, The Quakers in the American Colonies, by Rufus M. Jones, Isaac Sharpless, and Amelia M. Gummere, 1911). Page 27. An exception can be given to this statement, for Lady Anne Conway was prominent as a Quakeress in time of Mr. Fox. She was the daughter of Sir Heneage Finch, speaker of the House of Commons, died in 1631. She married (his first wife), in 1651, the Hon. Edward Conway (son and heir of Edward, Viscount Conway, of Ragley), who succeeded his father in 1655, and in 1679, was created Earl of Conway. Lady Conway s brother, Heneage Finch, 1621-1682, was created Earl of Nottingham, and was Lord Chancellor. Page 80. The location of the Merion meeting house was rather on the northeastern line, than corner of Rees s first land. Page 80. The deeds of 1695 and 1714, have cleared up all doubt as to on which lot the Merion Meeting House was built. Page 96. Elizabeth William Owen (not Katherine Robert ) was the wife of Robert Pugh, Gent., and mother of Hugh Roberts. See pp. 125-6. Page 98. The six lines at the foot of this page were badly pied by pressman, and should read: In Radnorshire, he visited Roger Hughes; at Lanole, Edward Jones, David Powel, Thomas Goodin, near Llwyn-du. From North Wales he travelled to many. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAV9781230364469

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