The Life of Wesley: And Rise and Progress of Methodism, Volumen 1

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Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846

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Charles Wesley refuses to go to Ireland with one who would
40
SAMPSON STANIFORTH
44
Dress
46
The New Birth
47
John becomes acquainted with William Law
50
GEORGE STORY
51
John is urged to apply for the succession to his fathers
57
Provision for the laypreachers
60
Death of Samuel Wesley the father 6885
63
Laws of the colony
64
Ill management of the school 899
67
Chain of beings
73
Device
75
Wesley proceeds to Herrnhut
77
Diabolical agency
89
CHAP XXI
98
Whitefield invited thither
120
Wesley begins to exhort people as he travels
121
Whitefields talents not to be estimated by his printed works
127
Conduct of the Clergy
128
Amusements
132
prayer
133
The Bohemian Church
148
Wesley hears Christian David preach
160
They name this settlement Herrnhut
165
Helpers in what manner admitted
167
Wesley addresses an epistle to the Church of Herrnhut
178
Wesley in middle age
180
Their separation
186
Charles Wesleys second interview
188
James Wheatley
192
Lovefeasts in Fetter Lane
195
Excesses at Everton
199
He invites Wesley to take his place at Bristol
205
Wesley suspects their real character
207
George Bell
215
Wesleys Primitive Physic
221
Conversion of John Maxfield
222
He preaches in Moorfields during the Whitsunholydays
227
Whitefield in Moorfields
228
Mr Fletchers Illustrations of Calvinism
230
She becomes the patroness of the Calvinistic Methodists
233
Whitefield produces the same paroxysms as Wesley
239
Misapplication of the Fines
241
Mr Fletcher
242
Character of Charles Wesleys preaching
245
Wesleys view of the difference between himself and
252
Charles less credulous than his brother
259
Difference with the Moravians
289
Wesley resolves to ordain priests for America and conse
297
Reunion ineffectually proposed
303
Whitefield differs from Wesley concerning predestination
311
Whitefield assumes a tone of superiority
317
Coke is driven to the West Indies
322
Copies of his letters distributed at the Foundry
325
His second voyage to the West Indies
329
Finds his popularity diminished
332
Methodists become unpopular in the Islands
336
Steps towards schism
338
Settlement of the Conference
342
Fieldpreaching
344
John Nelson
350
Kingswood School
356
Wesley visits him at Birstall
359
State of Methodism
366
Effects of Methodism upon the educated classes
367
Philip Henrys opinion concerning the exact time of con
368
Moral Miracles
374
His sister Wright
378
Wesley ordains preachers for Scotland
380
Offence taken at the extravagance of the Methodists
384
One of them becomes a Papist
388
Outrages at Wednesbury
390
Conference of the preachers 68
394
Nelsons enthusiasm and courage
398
His death
402
Charles Wesley in danger at Devizes
404
Chanceconverts
410
Wesleys love of the poor
418
Wesleys laycoadjutors
425
Defends them from the charge of being ignorant
432
Physic practised by the Clergy in former times
439
Original Accounts of the Disturbances by Jeffery at
445
Thomas à Kempis
471
Baptism by Immersion
477
Comenius
480
Thomas Haliburton
486
Miserable state of the inferior clergy in the first age after
493
Conforming Clergy at the Reformation 272
495
Effect of religion in changing the heart
499
First laypreachers
505
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VOLUME THE SECOND
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Wesleys doctrines and opinions 22 70
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REMARKS ON THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF JOHN WESLEY
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