Some articles on quaker minister, quaker, minister:
... John Wilbur (July 17, 1774 – May 1, 1856) was a prominent American Quaker minister and religious thinker who was at the forefront of a controversy that led to "the second split" in the Religious ... Wilbur was born to Quaker parents in Hopkinton, Rhode Island ... as an Elder in 1802 and acknowledged as a minister in 1812 ...
... John Hunt was a prominent Quaker minister and journalist from Moorestown Township, New Jersey ... His father was a first cousin to John Woolman, the renowned Quaker minister ... Hunt was a Quaker minister for more than 50 years ...
Famous quotes containing the words minister and/or quaker:
“He had a gentleman-like frankness in his behaviour, and as a great point of honour as a minister can have, especially a minister at the head of the treasury, where numberless sturdy and insatiable beggars of condition apply, who cannot all be gratified, nor all with safety be refused.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“this old Quaker graveyard where the bones
Cry out in the long night for the hurt beast
Bobbing by Ahabs whaleboats in the East.”
—Robert Lowell (19171977)