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ory Bill Folger, who was said never to have found anything in his life but a jackknife sticking in a post above his head. Anna was less conventional than her sisters. It is told of her once, when she went for water to the pump near by which was ownn common by several families, and was using her own vigorous strokes, that one of her sisters remonstrated, saying, Don't, Anna, don't pump so strong! The house where Lucretia was born is not standing now. She was still a little girl when they lef. The steamboat was quite a relief, and we reached Philadelphia at 12 o'clock the next day. Of their little daughter, Anna, then two and a half years old, they write, We have much neglected teaching our Anna until within a few weeks. She learnsAnna until within a few weeks. She learns quickly, and begins to spell. It was in 1815 that they became members (or James Mott did, I fear women were not allowed) of the Abolition Society, founded by Benjamin Franklin, who was its first president, for promoting the abolition of slavery,