says she intended this to be her first publication, but unforeseen obstacles caused others to appear before it. This three-volume book of moral tales was followed by a second edition in 1810. It is...
formed close relationships with many of her fellow Quakers, as it was the practice of the Society
to do, by means of sharing work and travel with them. She mentions particularly in her letters...
set out from Mountmelick in Ireland with Elizabeth Hutchinson
on a preaching journey to England.
The practice of both Peisley and Samuel Neale
in numbering the months seems to correspond to modern practice...