Margaret Fell, affectionately know as the Mother of Quakerism, is seen riding on horseback.  She travelled the long journey from Ulverston to London no less than 10 times. She and Ann Curtis are shown presenting a petition on the peaceable nature of the Quakers to King Charles II. We see Margaret Fell in prison, for continuing to hold meetings in her house, which at that time was against the law.  She continued writing letters and pamphlets throughout her imprisonment.

ref: C2