Author:Isaac Penington

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Isaac Penington
(1616–1679)
He was an early member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). He was imprisoned six times for his beliefs. His writings are still valued by Quakers, for example his letter to Amersham Meeting On love, meekness, and watching over each other.

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