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Beyond Penn's Treaty

Some Notes Kept of a Journey

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that I have been ready at times to cry
out, must I always remain in a state
of bondage.-- Oh may I double my
warfare and press forward with the hope,
that, by the aid of my heavenly Father, I
shall be enabled to become a conquerer;
remembring that in due time ye shall
reap if ye faint not. Being at Philad a.
on business a week before we set off – at a
friends house we very unexpectedly met
with WC-- who had something peculiarly
encourageing to say to us; signifying that
he felt so much sympathy and love to
flow towards us when at dinner that he
could not go up stairs without expressing
it tho’ he several times attempted it--
he address’d my husband with the appela-
tion of beloved brother be not to diffident,
for thou wilt be an instrument of good
to that people. several times repeating
the words go my dear friends and the
Lord go with you. -- I thought it very