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Anne Audland is a minor but early Quaker writer (active from the mid seventeenth century) , whose chief genres are letters and the religious testimony.
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August 1627 Anne Newby (later AA) was born at Kendal in Westmorland. Bibliographic Citation link.
Early 1655 While in prison at Banbury AA published a tract entitled A True Declaration of the Suffering of the Innocent . . . Declared in a letter. Bibliographic Citation link.
30 September 1705 AA (now Anne Camm) died; she was reported to be about sixty-five, though she must actually have been more than a decade older. Bibliographic Citation link.
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