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Horace Walpole on Methodism-Whitefield and the Wesleys, a

Threefold Cord-Wesley gives Lectures to Seventeen Preachers--
Charles Wesley Married-Wesley in Ireland-Slanderous False-
hoods—Terrible Persecutions in Cork-Butler, the Ballad Singer-
Letter in Bath Journal John Bennet - Whitefield's Letter to
Bennet—The First Methodist Agitator-Grace Murray-Wesley's
Courtship with Grace Murray-Coquetry-Rival Lovers-Wesley's
Reasons for Marrying-A Wedding-Painful Scenes-Who was
Blamable ?-A Fire Put Out-Rough Usage in Lancashire-Wes-
ley again in Trouble with Moravians-Original Letter by Wesley

- Moravian Balderdash-Wesley's Publications—Elocution-Dr.

Conyers Middleton-Wesley on the Clergy and Learning—“The

Christian Library"



Written Covenants- Journey to the North-Richard Ellison-Rough

Reception at Hull— Pocklington-Cursed at York—Maniac at Os-
motherley-Mrs. Armstrong at Wickham-Fire Engine at Barnard-
castle - Extracts from Todmorden Circuit Book — Bedroom at
Mellar Barn-Horses-Persecution at Chester-Printing-Letters
from Ireland-Charles Wesley charged with being a Calvinist-
The first Irish Conference-Philip Guier-A Note of Discord -
Publications-Predestination-Rev. John Gill, D.D. -Lavington,
the Lampooning Bishop-A marvellous Epitaph



Letter from Howel Harris-Whitefield's Tabernacle-Moravian

Debts-Peter Bohler-Zinzendorf charged with Falsehood-Fana-
tical Fopperies—Letters of Defence- Moravianism at Bedford-
Marshalsea Prison-Scenes of Suffering-Benjamin Franklin-
Electricity-Wesley's Electrifying Machines- Advice to Preachers
- Incidents--Rev. John Gillies—Alnwick, First Methodist Quar-
terly Meeting at Newcastle-Conference at Leeds-Original Letter
to Whitefield-Minutes of Conference-Methodism at Leicester-
Methodism in Isle of Wight-Rioting at Bristol-Wesley Ill-

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Whitefield in Long Acre—“History of Modern Enthusiasm

Another hostile Publication Letter to Joseph Cownley— Methodist
Soldiers at Canterbury – Dr. Dodd- Christian Perfection
Threatened Invasion of the French —Methodist Volunteers –
Wesley, and Bristol Election-Visit to Howel Harris-Wesley in
Ireland—The Palatines-Methodism at Lisburn-Conference at
Bristol-Methodists becoming Dissenters—“The Mitre”—Letters
on Separation from the Church--C. Wesley, and his Northern
Mission-Original Letter-Proposal to Ordain Preachers-Further
Correspondence on Separation from the Church-Debt Incurred-
Forbidden Marriages—Wesley on the French Language-Hutchin-
sonianism – Wesley criticises “ Theron and Aspasio ” — Fletcher
Ordained — Fletcher on Methodist Sacraments - Publications-
Baptismal Regeneration — Jacob Behmen William Law, a


C. Wesley ceases to Itinerate-Whitefield Mobbed in Dublin-

Sabbath Work in London—The first Methodist Mayor-Wesley
in Liverpool, and in Huddersfield—David Lacy-A Woman at
Padiham threatens Wesley's Life-Grand Service at Haworth-
Wesley in Scotland-Three Weeks at Newcastle-Return South-
wards-Death of Persecutors-Conference in London-Rev. Mr.
Vowler-Correspondence on Separation from the Church-Wesley
on Methodist Worship-Rev. Martin Madan-Sarah Ryan-Rules
for Kingswood School-Wesley's Wife leaves him-Miss Bosan-
quet's Home, at Leytonstone-Wesley in Cornwall—Fire at Kings-
wood School-Fine Chapels-Hostile Pamphlets, London Maga-
zine-Wesley's Publications-John Glass and Robert Sandeman-
“Doctrine of Original Sin ”- Letter to Dr. Taylor


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Letter to Lloyd's Evening Post – Wesley on the Wing – Wesley

and John Newton-Strange Incident in Ireland-General Cavignac
-Methodism in Ireland-Wesley mobbed at Carrick upon Shannon

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-A Tour of thirteen Weeks—Racing against Time-Letters—A
Lawsuit-Original Letter by Walter Sellon-A noble Scheme-
Wesley in Cornwall—Catechumen Classes at Bristol-Death of
George II.- John Newton declines to become a Methodist Preacher
-Execution of Earl Ferrars—Dastardly Attack on Methodism by
Samuel Foote-Hostile Publications Separation from the Church
-C. Wesley in a Frenzy-Queries in Lloyd's Evening Post-
Wesley's Publications-Dress-Results



Distinguished Men–England from 1760 to 1791–Newgate Prison-

Westminster Journal- London Methodists— Methodism's first
Female Preacher – Journey to the North — Real Antinomian
Methodists - James Relly-Rev. Henry Venn's Irregularities -
Separation from the Church, Methodism in Aberdeen-Letter to
Mrs. Hall- John MacGowan— Methodism in Darlington, Yarm,
Scarborough, Otley, Bingley, Rotherham, etc.- Wesley admonish-
ing an Itinerant-Alexander Coates-A Compromise---Conference
in London-Original Letter by J. Manners-Christian Perfec-
tion-London Magazine - Lloyd's Evening Post-St. James's
ChronicleTwo Sermons before University of Oxford-Wesley's
Publications—Methodist Tunes and Singing.


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Rev. Benjamin Colley—Christian Perfection—Thomas Maxfield-

George Bell-Wesley admonishing Fanatics-Sad Confusion-A
false Prophecy—“Philodemas”—Good educed from Evil- Cautions
to greatest Professors-Maxfield's Whinings-End of Bell—Wesley
and his Brother on Christian Perfection-Wesley at Everton-
Wesley in Ireland-A starving Player—Methodist Professors of
Sanctification - Conference at Leeds-A Cornish Magistrate-
Letters on Christian Perfection-Hostile Publications--Wesley's


Wesley the only Clerical Itinerant-Letters in London Chronicle-

Fanatical Methodists – Wesley's Friends desert him - Rev. J
Fletcher-Rev. W. Romaine—“ Farther Thoughts on Christian
Perfection ” — Advice to the Sanctified — Distress in London -
“ Society for the Reformation of Manners ”-A" Pious Fraud”.
Scottish Ladies— Methodism in Edinburgh, Dunbar, Barnard-
castle, etc.—Letter from Dr. Conyers—“A kind of Gentleman ”
Matthew Mayer-Conference Minutes, between 1753 and 1763–
Howel Harris at Conference of 1763-Welsh Jumpers-Danger of

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