Elizabeth Webb (1663-1726) was an early minister in the Society of Friends who travelled extensively in her service for the gospel. In the year 1712, while ministering in London, she became acquainted with Anthony William Boehm, then chaplain to Prince George of Denmark. At some point following their initial interview, Elizabeth Webb felt constrained in the love of God to write to Boehm and present him with the deeply instructive letter contained in this booklet, giving something of a summary of her spiritual pilgrimage.
Sometimes I fell into company with Elizabeth Webb and Sarah Clement, who were virtuous women, and lived near the kingdom, and were of good service in their travels, and grew in the Truth, of which, while with them, I was sensible.- John Richardson
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A letter from Elizabeth Webb written to Anthony William Boehm (chaplain to Prince George of Denmark), in which she describes her own spiritual journey, and her experience of the Lord’s judgments and mercies as she gave up resolutely to follow Him.