The year after her second marriage, AW
(with thirty-six other women, including Rebecca Travers
and Mary Elson
) signed For the King
and both Houses of Parliament, a petition against the imprisonment of Friends
Others who contributed were Rebecca Travers
(who wrote the opening pages under the title of the work as a whole), Sarah Ellis
, Ann Martin
, and Robert Whitrow
, Joan's husband, who signed a...
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Travers, Rebecca. A Testimony Concerning the Light and Life of Jesus. 1663.
Travers, Rebecca. A Testimony for God’s Everlasting Truth. 1669.
Whitehead, Anne, Rebecca Travers, and Mary Elson. For the King and both Houses of Parliament. 1670.
Travers, Rebecca. For Those That Meet to Worship. 1659.
Travers, Rebecca. Of That Eternal Breath. 1659.
Whitrow, Joan, Rebecca Travers, Sarah Ellis, and Ann Martin. The Work of God in a Dying Maid. 1677.