Elizabeth Bathurst

Standard Name: Bathurst, Elizabeth
EB , writing late in the seventeenth century, was one of the most popular women writers to be published by the Sowle Press , the best-known Quaker publishing house. Her three publications (dating from a period of struggle for the Quakers) were collected and re-issued after her early death to make up a fourth. They include theological analysis, religious exhortation, and feminist enumeration of women's words from the Bible.


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