Had she not an eye to her husband's former alliance with the Quakeress, and the Duke of York's marriage in Italy?
Mrs. Fry was a Quakeress, well known at London for her charity.
Those words were written eleven days before he penned the sentiments cited above from the letter to the Quakeress.
Mary Fisher had been a woman for many years before she became a Quakeress.
In the course of the morning, the fair, pleasant face of the Quakeress was seen approaching the back door from the garden.
Was on the Chevalier when the Chevalier outran the Quakeress.
Miss Wren was evidently a Quakeress; for she wore a sober dress, and a little white veil, through which her bright eyes shone.
The Quakeress and Richard followed, going within in the wake of the six men.
I have one grandmamma who is a Quakeress, and she don't think much of little girls that wear rings.
But with a peremptory gesture the Quakeress had stopped the word in her mouth.