She was much impressed by some remarks of a travelling minister named Thomas Story
, though she supposed (wrongly) that he spoke from a prepared paper, and guessed that he was not a Quaker at...
said that at the beginning of her preaching career MD
had a Turn of Expression . . . very taking to most Hearers, especially the more polite sort of both Sexes,
produced many other spiritual texts and letters. Important among her correspondents was Thomas Story
, another noted Quaker preacher in Philadelphia.
American National Biography. http://www.anb.org/articles/home.html.
When she details her reluctance to print, she refers not just to...
covered great distances in Scotland in the course of her ministry there, and toured southern and western England with Story
in 1733 before moving south to settle in England in 1735. By September that...
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Story, Thomas. 1747.
Logan, James, and Thomas Story. “Letters”. Bulletin of Friends’ Historical Association, Vol.