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12mo. black bds. rule & gilt. good 19th century/ quakers. The writer of these memorandums was well known to many persons in the religious Society of Friends, as a useful and consistent member, and an elder whose example was instructive and edifying. It is not intended by the present publication to eulogise her character, but to magnify the power of Divine grace, which made her what she was, and to hold up to view the blessed effects of humble, unreserved submission to its heavenly visitations, as an encouragement to others, to pursue the same path, which led her safely through all the dangers and temptations of this chequered life, to a peaceful and happy close. Her parents, Thomas and Jane Temple, lived in Pennsbury, Chester County, Pennsylvania, which was the place of her nativity, and where she resided until her removal to Philadelphia.