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The ascetic spirit was probably also the motive of the resolution which Nanny Cutlery A Lancashire ^^ Dinah Bede^ 3 devoted her to a celibate life.
Amongst the many papers she left behind was one in which she thus " vowed " herself.
Bramwell at times thought proper to dissuade her from undertaking the work of a reviva- list, but on some occasions she felt it her duty to go and speak to the people from the full sympathy of her pure and womanly heart.In an age when " Methodist " was a term of reproach, and when the vilest slanders were freely circulated, the fair fame of Ann Cutler remained unassailed.She was not gloomy, though but little given to conversation, and some of her "experiences" were of so remarkable a nature, that she forbore, and wisely, to speak of them in public.Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. The Lancashire Plot 130 Sherburnes in America 141 Curiosities of Street Literature 145 Thomas and John Ferriar 15' X. Tu RTON Fair in 1789 159 The Story of the Three Black Crows 163 Lancashire Beyond the Sea 174 Murders Detected by Dreams 180 The Black Knight op Ashton 186 Robert Tannahill in Lancashire 204 Population of Manchester 212 A Sermon of the Sixteenth Century 219 Prince Charles Edward Stuart's Supposed Visit to Manchester 224 Congregationalism at Farnworth near Bolton 231 Church Goods in 1552 235 The Estates of Sir Andrew Chadwick 241 Early Art in Liverpool 250 The Story of Burger's "Lenore" 258 Manchester in 1791 266 Early References to the Jews in Lancashire 271 Whittington and his Cat 276 "Fair Em" 280 The Father of Thomas de Quincey 285 Origin of the Word "Teetotal" 291 Robert Wilson and the Invention of the Steam Hammer 297 Contents. Ralph Sandiford 304- Elias, the Manchester Prophet 312 Westhoughton Factory Fire 317 Peter Annet 324 Some old Lancasi^ire Ballads, Broadsides and Chap- books 329 George Fox*s First Entry into Lancashire 336 The Legend of Mab's Cross 343 The Lindsays in Lancashire 348 The Liverpool Tragedy 357 Lancashire Proverbs 361 Index 371 LANCASHIRE GLEANINGS.
We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. NANNY CUTLER, A LANCASHIRE "DINAH BEDE." This seemed a strange idea for Methodists, some of whose brightest ornaments have been women preachers.
Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. "Lancashire fair women," the old proverb speaks of, and these have never lacked their complement of brave men whose valour has sometimes been that of the warrior leading his soldiers to victory, sometimes viii. She grew up a quiet and serious B Lancashire Gleanings, girl, but it was not until she was 26, that during the visit of some Methodist preachers, in the phraseology of the sect, she " was convinced of sin," and, after a brief interval, " found a sinking in humility, love, and dependence upon God." She is described as having "a smile of sweet composure, which seemed, in a sense, a reflection of the Divine Nature." The ministry of women was not acknowledged amongst the Methodists of that day, and her evident vocation for prayer and preaching was a source of trouble, and brought her some reproach.