Standard Name: Beaumont, Agnes
Birth Name: Agnes Beaumont
left a single text, an autobiographical account of her struggles with her father over her right to choose her own religious sect and of the accusations levelled against her after his sudden death, because their quarrel was known. Blending the record of spiritual life with dramatic outside events is not unusual in the writings from the radical sects: the unusual element here is that the persecutor is 's father, representing family authority rather than church or state authority.
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Beaumont, Agnes. “Introduction”. The Narrative of the Persecutions of Agnes Beaumont, edited by Vera J. Camden, Colleagues Press, 1992, pp. 1-33.
Beaumont, Agnes. Manuscript. 1674, http://British Library.
Beaumont, Agnes. The Narrative of the Persecutions of Agnes Beaumont. Editor Camden, Vera J., Colleagues Press, 1992.
Beaumont, Agnes. The Narrative of the Persecutions of Agnes Beaumont in 1674. Editor Harrison, George Bagshawe, Constable, 1929.
Bunyan, John, and Agnes Beaumont. The Trial of John Bunyan and the Persecution of the Puritans: Selections from the Writings of John Bunyan and Agnes Beaumont. Editor Furlong, Monica, Folio Society, 1978.