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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Bathurst, Elizabeth, and Anne Bathurst. An Expostulatory Appeal to the Professors of Christianity. 1680.
Bathurst, Elizabeth. The Sayings of Women. Andrew Sowle, 1683.
Bathurst, Elizabeth. Truth Vindicated. T. Sowle, 1691.
Bathurst, Elizabeth. Truth’s Vindication. 1679.