SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND LABOURS OF...; with an appendix, containing an account of the schools at Ackworth and York, observations on Christian discipline, and extracts from many of her letters.

Dublin: R. Jackson, 1792. First Irish edn. 8vo,pp. 435. Contemporary calf, contemporary name on end paper (Joseph Trimble 1793), some foxed and toned, a VG copy. See Sabin 86577; Morsch, New Jersey g, 275. Item #59718

Quaker Sarah Grubb travelled through the North and West of Britain, Ireland, Germany, and Holland. Her journal, includes letters written to a friend in North America, who was interested in setting up a school modelled on Fothergill's school at Ackworth. Sabin 86577; Morsch, New Jersey^g, 275.

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