ID 3947
Last Name Farley
First Name Sarah
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Gender Female
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Date of Death 1774
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Place of Death Bristol
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Printer Churchill: An elegy. 1765
Publisher Select lessons in prose and verse from various authors, designed for the improvement of youth. To which are added, a few original pieces. By J. N. 1765
Printer Elegiac and Other Poems. By Several Hands. Gratefully Inscribed to the honoured Memory of a late eminently valuable Citizen of the City of Bristol, Abraham Richard Hawksworth, Late Treasurer to the Infirmary of the said City, and One of the People called Quakers. Wherein is exhibited a View of his Life, As an accomplished Model for the universal imitation of Mankind. To which are added, Some lines on Rebecca Smith, Late of Nailsworth, in Glocestershire, deceased, An eminent and approved Minister amongst the said people. 1769
Printer Elegiac and Other Poems. By Several Hands. Gratefully Inscribed to the honoured Memory of Abraham Richard Hawksworth, Late Treasurer to the Bristol Infirmary and One of the People called Quakers. Wherein is exhibited a View of his Life, As a Model worthy of universal imitation. The second edition Amended, and several of the pieces abridged, The former Edition having mostly been sold in the City of Bristol. 1769
Printer Life of Armelle Nicolas, commonly called the good Armelle; a poor maid servant in France, who could not read a letter in a book, and yet a noble and happy servant of the King of Kings. 1772
Printer The life of Lady Guion, written by herself in French, now abridged, and translated into English, Exhibiting her eminent Piety, Charity, Meekness, Fortitude and Stability; her Labours, Travels, Sufferings and Services, for the Conversion of souls to God; and her great Success, in some Places, in that best of all employments on the earth. To which are added, remarkable accounts of the lives of worthy persons, whose memories are dear to Lady Guion. 1772
Bookseller A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady. 1773
Printer A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady. 1773
Bookseller A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady. 1773
Printer A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady. 1773
Publisher Sermons on the following subjects, viz. I. Friendship. II. Gratitude to God. III. Mercy. IV. Pride. V. Sinful Anger. VI. The Advantages of Early Piety. Vii. The unsearchableness of God's ways, and the Benefits of Afflictive Providence. By Mary Deverell. 1774
Printer Sermons on the following subjects, viz. I. Friendship. II. Gratitude to God. III. Mercy. IV. Pride. V. Sinful Anger. VI. The Advantages of Early Piety. Vii. The unsearchableness of God's ways, and the Benefits of Afflictive Providence. By Mary Deverell. 1774
Printer The inflexible captive: a tragedy by Miss Hannah More. The Third Edition. 1774
Printer The inflexible captive: a tragedy. By Miss Hannah More. 1774
Printer The inflexible captive: a tragedy. By Miss Hannah More. The Second Edition. 1774

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