Nothing of the kind was ever seen before in the habitation of a Quaker farmer.
The Quaker trading captain regarded him for a while in silence.
Do you remember the honest Quaker's answer to the man of no party?
Returning to England, he married a Quaker lady as his second wife.
He was a Quaker preacher, and his presence in Preston was the occasion of this disturbance.
He had just had a "fratch" with the Quaker preachers on the subject of election.
In the second place, he was a Quaker, and a man who liked the right sort of boys.
Her dress was a near approach to the Quaker garb of the followers of Penn.
They were not all ministers and deacons aboard the Quaker City.
This may appropriately be followed by a Quaker meeting for worship.