The Bank of Faith and Works United, Volume 9830
Dorothy Ripley was a British evangelist who came to America in 1801, where she died in Virginia. Although she was a Quaker by confession, she had been raised a Methodist. She traveled thousands of miles in both the United States and Britain on the camp meeting circuit. This book contains the letters she wrote on her missionary travels in 1805.
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