Deborah Bell (1689-1738) was called to preach the everlasting gospel when only nineteen years old, and being faithful in little, she grew quickly both in the knowledge and experience of God. Many who were unacquainted with the work of the Spirit of Truth in themselves, were reached and awakened by her powerful and living ministry. She labored faithfully in word and doctrine, visiting many of the meetings of Friends in most parts of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland.
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A journal of the life and gospel labors of Deborah Bell, containing an account of her travels in the work of the ministry, a collection of letters between herself and Joseph Pike, and a supplement to her journal written by her husband.