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NOW PUBLISHING, In Royal 32mo.
THE METHODIST FAMILY LIBRARY.
THE VOLUMES ALREADY ISSUED ARE: r»p» plain pill
covets, edges, edges,
1. The Journal of Mr. JOHN NELSON. s. d. » d.
Written by Himself 6d. 0 10 10
2. The Experience and Spiritual Letters
of Mrs. HESTER ANN ROGERS . . . 6J. 0 10 10
3. Sincere Devotion; Exemplified in the Life
o£ Mrs. MARTIN. By the Rev. B. Field .6a. 0 10 10
4. The Life of Mr. SILAS TOLD. Written
by Himself 6d. 0 10 1 0
5. A Memoir of Mr. WILLIAM CARVOSSO.
Sixty Years a Methodist Class-Leader. Written
by Himself 1014
6. The Life of Mrs. MARY FLETCHER.
Written by Herself. Edited by Rev. Henry Moore 10 14
7. The Life of the Rev. JOHN FLETCHER.
By the Rev. Joseph Benson 10 14
8. Prayer: Secret, Social, and Fxtempore, being
a Treatise on Secret and Social Prayer. By the
9. A Memoir of the Rev. DAVID STONER;
with Extracts from his Diary and Epistolary Cor-
10. Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Labours
of the Ret. JOHN SMITH. By the Rev. Richard
Treffry, Jun 1014
11. Entire Sanctincation Attainable in this Life;
being John Wesley's "Plain Account of Christian
12. The Pioneer Bishop: The Life and Times of
FRANCIS ASBURY. By W. P. Stricrland . .10 14
13. A Memoir of JOSEPH B. SHREWSBURY.
By his Father, the Rev. W. J. Shrewsbury ..10 4
14. The Christian Minister in Earnest: A
Memoir of the Rev. WILLIAM BKAMWELL;
"The 'Methodist Family Library' bids fair to be the choicest collection of religiov biography, and of popular experimental 1 livinity in the lanpuape. Each book is in itself gem .... Every Methodist should read and recommend, and, if possible, posses and circulate, these invaluable books."— Christtan Miscellany.
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Complete In Six Volumes, Foolscap 8vo., Cloth, Gilt-lettered, PRICE EIGHTEENPENCE EACH,
A CHEAP EDITION
EARLY METHODIST PEEACHEES,
WRITTEN CHIEFLY BY THEMSELVES.
EDITED; WITH AN INTRODUCTORY ESSAY, BY THE
REV. THOMAS JACKSON.
CONTENTS OF THE VOLUMES.
Vol. I.—An Introductory Essay; The Journal of John Nelson: Lives o; Christopher Hopper, Thomas Mitchell, Peter Jaco, and John Haime.
Vol. II.—Lives of Joseph Gownley, Thomas Olivers, Duncan Wright, Thomas Hanby, Alexander Mather, William Hunter, Robert Roberts, T)iomas Payne, and Richard Rodda.
Vol. III.—The Life and Death of Mr. Thomas Walsh; and the Lives of John Murlin and John Mason.
Vol. IV.—Lives of John Pawson, Sampson Staniforth, Thomas Lee, John Prickard, Jonathan Maskew, Matthias Joyce, and James Rogers.
Vol. V.—Lines of Thomas Taylor, John Furz, Thomas Rankin, George Story, William Black, William Ashman, and Richard Whatcoat.
Vol. VI.—Lives of John Valton, George Shadford, Jasper Robinson, Thomas Hanson, Robert Wilkinson, Benjamin Rhodes, Thomas Tennant, John Allen, John Pritchard, William Adams;
AND A GENERAL INDEX TO THE SERIES.
%* The lAbrary Edition, in Six Volumes, Crown Svo., on Superfine Paper, is still on sale at 2s. Qd.per Volume.
"Few lives ar9 more startling than that of John Nelson, few types of saintly holiness are higher than Thomas Walsh; while Thomas Olivers, John Haime, George Story, and Sampson Staniforth, and a number of other goodly names, represent lives of such intense earnestness, holiness, and activity, as would certainly win them a place in a Catholic calendar of saints, and are so full of glowing adventure that the story of many of them would keep a boy's eyes from winking even late in the night."—British Quarterly Review.
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