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" The last day, 26th of the Fourth month, early in the morning, the conflict of nature increasing, she said, in a patient disposition, " This is wearing work :" after a coughing fit, being much exhausted, " It will be well, let it be which way it may ;... "
Memoirs of the Life and Travels in the Service of the Gospel of Sarah Stephenson - Page 226
by Joseph Gurney Bevan, Sarah Stephenson - 1807 - 233 pages
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Memorials Concerning Deceased Friends: Being a Selection from the Records of ...

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends - Quakers - 1821 - 184 pages
...disposition, " This is wearing work :" after a coughing fit, being much exhausted, " It will be well, let it be which way it may ; and that is better than...be nearly over now, I have so little strength left ;" then making a little pause, seemed to be uttering praises — "How good! How good!" After a while...
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Memorials concerning deceased Friends; a selection from the records of the ...

Society of friends Pennsylvania yearly meeting - 1821
...disposition, " This is wearing work :" after a coughing fit, being much exhausted, " It will be well, let it be which way it may ; and that is better than...be nearly over now, I have so little strength left ;" then making a little pause, seemed to be uttering praises " How good ! how good ! " After a while...
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The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises ..., Volume 4

William Evans, Thomas Evans - Quakers - 1840
...disposition, " This is wearing work :" after a coughing fit, being much exhausted, " It will ke well, let it be which way it may ; and that is better than...be nearly over now, I have so little strength left ;" theo making a little pause, seemed to be uttering praises — " How good ! How good !" After awhile...
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Memorials Concerning Deceased Friends: Being a Selection from the Records of ...

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends - Quakers - 1850
...disposition, "This is wearing work :" after a coughing fit, being much exhausted, " It will be well, let it be which way it may ; and that is better than...nearly over now, I have so little strength left;" then making a little pause, seemed to be uttering praises — " How good ! How good !" After a while...
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Piety Promoted: In a Collection of Dying Sayings of Many of the ..., Volume 2

William Evans, Thomas Evans - Quakers - 1854
...' Glory ! glory !' One day, after a fit of violent coughing, which left her much spent, she said, ' It will be right, let it be which way it may ; and...uttering praises, saying, ' How good! how good!' and seemed engaged in sweet supplication. A friend asking her how she did, she replied, after a pause,...
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