York: Printed for W. Alexander; Sold also by Harvey and Darton…[et al.], 1820. First edition of posthumous account. The anonymous editor says: "It may be proper to inform the reader, that the following Memoir is chiefly composed of Extracts from the Diary of the valued Individual whose experiences it records, or from Letters addresses by her, to her relations and intimate friends." Joints rubbed, and front joint starting to crack, rubberstamps of the Friends' Lending Library, Ifield, and Friends Metting House, East Grinstead. Another owner's ink signature. A very good, clean copy, uncut. Original light brown boards, with title and publication information printed in black on front cover. Twelvemo. 124 pp. Item #15582
Ann Dymond (1768-1816) was a Quaker minister who traveled throughout south and central England, participating in prayer meetings. This is a narrative of her travels and spiritual progress.