Love or lust statement 4.

As the notorious Prophet Matthias walks out of the front door, we find Ann inconsolable as she quote. ‘Commenced the most doleful lamentations, and manifesting the greatest marks of distress.’ (Ref: H87.) Turning to another witness in the form of Margaret, the estranged wife of Matthias: we find information that verifies Isabella’s version of events; when we read, quote. ‘Here they began to make arrangements to move away to some distant place. Matthias went away and was gone a week in pursuit of a place. My sons informed me that while he was gone, Mrs. Folger (Ann) was continually mourning for his absence, even crying.’ (Ref: me. 45 note 3.)

We present information from public domain documents that are almost two hundred years old. This vitally important information is presented in Bold Blue Text. All the blog statements are from the book entitled Sojourner-Truth Matthias & Smith Clash of the Prophets.

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