Now in the press and speedily to be published, by Joseph Crukshank, printer, Market-Street, Philadelphia, well bound in one volume (price four Shillings and six Pence): Some account of the life and gospel labours, of William Reckitt, late of Lincolnshire in Great-Britain, relating to his travels in America, his being captured by the French on his first voyage, the treatment he received while a prisoner in France, and other instructive occurrences, first printed in London in the year 1776, also, Memoirs of the life, religious experiences, and gospel labours of James Gough, late of Dublin, deceased, compiled from his original manuscripts, by his brother John Gough, printed in Dublin, 1782
|Corporate Author:||Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Meeting for Sufferings.|
|Other Authors:||Drinker, John, 1733-1800.|
|Format:||Archives and Manuscripts|
Meeting for Sufferings of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends,
Reckitt, William, > 1706-1769. > Some account of the life and gospel labours, of William Reckitt, late of Lincolnshire in Great-Britain ...