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" Lord ivas with me and made all things easy, though my dear friend and I were separated one at one end of the town and the other at the other, and both under locks and bolts ; the said Davis swearing desperately that we should never come out nor see one... "
The Florence Stories - Page 33
by Jacob Abbott - 1867
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Volume 11

1877 - 702 pages
...here ; but the Lord ivas with me and made all things easy, though my dear friend and I were separated one at one end of the town and the other at the other, and both under locks and bolts ; the said Davis swearing desperately that we should never come out...
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New Series of Annals of the Early Friends: Richard Davies and Other ...

Frances Anne Budge - 1879 - 186 pages
...here ; but the Lord ivas ivith me and made all things easy, though my dear friend and I were separated one at one end of the town and the other at the other, and both under locks and bolts ; the said Davis swearing desperately that we should never come out...
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Annals of the Early Friends

Frances Anne Budge - 1880 - 200 pages
...here ; but the Lord was with me and made all things easy, though my dear friend and I were separated one at one end of the town and the other at the other, and both under locks and bolts ; the said Davis swearing desperately that we should never come out...
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Collections for a History of Staffordshire, Volume 18

1897 - 468 pages
...and noble ladies, and handsome churches. And in particular there were two great Abbeys, very rich, one at one end of the town, and the other at the further end, viz. those of St. Stephen and the Trinity. One, which was a nunnery, provided a maintenance...
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