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Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of Samuel Fothergill, with selections from his correspondence. Also an account of the life and travels of his father, John Fothergill, and notices of some of his descendants

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Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of Samuel Fothergill, with selections from his correspondence. Also an account of the life and travels of his father, John Fothergill, and notices of some of his descendants

Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of Samuel Fothergill, with selections from his correspondence. Also an account of the life and travels of his father, John Fothergill, and notices of some of his descendants

Source : Internet Archive

Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of Samuel Fothergill, with selections from his correspondence. Also an account of the life and travels of his father, John Fothergill, and notices of some of his descendants

Memoirs of the life and gospel labours of Samuel Fothergill, with selections from his correspondence. Also an account of the life and travels of his father, John Fothergill, and notices of some of his descendants

Source : Internet Archive

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visited America in company with Catharine Payton. She was subsequently married to Samuel Neale, and three days afterwards, viz., on


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maintained between S. Fothergill and Catharine Payton. She was the daughter of Henry and Ann Payton, of Dudley. When about


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the daughter of Henry and Ann Payton, of Dudley. When about twenty-two years of age, she came forth in the


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON. s Warrington, 3rd Mo., 1751.


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CATHERINE PAYTON.


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lai-gely partook of it. He, Catherine Payton, and Mary Peisley, during one of their earlier visits to Phila-delphia, were in


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON.


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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believe, upon the whole, satisfactory. Catherine Payton had very acceptable service, but, between ourselves, I had a painful prospect and


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journal of his intimate friend, Catherine Payton: -" (4th Mo., 9th,


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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Catherine Payton.


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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Catherine Payton.


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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Catherine Payton.


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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Catherine Payton.


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CATHERINE PAYTON TO SAMUEL FOTHERGILL.


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Catherine Payton.


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON.


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO ANN PAYTON.* London, 11th Mo., ]3th, 1761.


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Samuel Fothergill, in company with Catharine Payton and several other Friends, went to the Yearly Meeting for Wales, held this


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON.


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON.


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SAMUEL FOTHERGILL TO CATHERINE PAYTON.