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The Quakers wedding; or, The old maid made otherwise: Being a true and comical relation, of an eminent rich female Quaker near Grace-Church-street, London; who having liv'd a pretended maid for many years; and not being able to withstand the outward-man any longer, was married to a yea and nay hosier, at Devon-shire-Square-Meeting-House, in Bishop's-Gate-street, before a full assembly of the righteous, on Thursday the 10th instant: vvith an exact account of their courtship, ceremonies of marriage, and the many testimonies that were given to it, according to the true method and doctrine of the light within. As also the Quakers sermon holden forth upon this solemn occasion: the like never before published. By VV. P. and G. VV. friends of the light.

W. P., friend of the light.
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London : Printed for J. Brown, near Fetter-Lane, [1725?]

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8p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T195722



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