Dorothy White entry: Overview screen.
DW wrote A Diligent Search amongst Rulers, Priests, Professors, and People
, a pamphlet printed the same year, which she apparently intended for distribution around Weymouth
DW broke a twenty-year silence with several appeals to Quakers
not to tone down their radicalism, including A Salutation of Love to all the Tender-Hearted
, Universal Love to the Lost
, and The Day Dawned both to Jews and Gentiles
6 February 1686
DW died of a fever in London
, according to early records, not long after her last published appeal to Quakers
not to forget their heroic and radical past.