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AND

HIS COADJUTORS.

BY

REV, WM. C. LARRABEE, A. M.

EDITED BY

REV. B. F. TEFFT, D. D.

VOLUME II.

Cincinnati:
PUBLISHED BY SWORMSTEDT & POE,
FOR THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, AT THE WESTERN BOOK

CONCERN, CORNER OF MAIN AND EIGHTH STREETS.

R. P. THOMPSON, PRINTER.

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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 18!

BY SWORMSTEDT & POWER, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the District of Ohio.

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I.

EARLY LIFE OF CHARLES WESLEY.

He is trained in childhood by his estimable mother-He is sent

to the Westminster school-He enters the University of Oxford,

Providential incidents—He organizes the first Methodist society at

Oxford—He becomes college tutor-He sails for America with

John Wesley-He becomes secretary to the Governor of Georgia

and missionary at Frederica-His faithful services—His bad suc-

cess His ungenerous treatment from the Governor and the peo-

ple-He falls sick-He is left unattended Two human angels

visit him-He recovers his health-Reconciliation between him

and Governor Oglethorpe-He returns to England as bearer of dis-

patches-He resigns his office as secretary of the colony-He

intends to return to America as missionary, but is prevented by ill

health...

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CHAPTER II.

CHARLES WESLET'S CONVERSION.

His defective views of religious experience—He is troubled in

mind-He visits Mr. Law-He meets Zinzendorf-Peter Bohler-

Discourse about instantaneous conversion-He reads the “Life of

Haliburton"_He studies the doctrines of faith and justification-

The Hutton family—Mr. Bray-Mr. Ainsworth—Charles Wesley

reads "Luther on the Epistle to the Galatians"—He seeks instruc-

tion in Christian experience from the unlearned and lowly–He

receives the evidence of sins forgiven--He goes about doing

good....

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CHAPTER III.

CHARLES WESLEY'S TRAVELS AND PUBLIC MINISTRY.

Meeting between John and Charles Wesley in 1738—They visit

the Bishop of London-Charles Wesley declines a settlement-He

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