« AnteriorContinuar »
THE TWELFTH, THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH, FIFTEENTH, SIXTEENTH,
NUMBERS OF HIS JOURNAL.
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION.
PUBLISHED BY D. & S. NEALL, AND W. S. STOCKTON.
PRINTED ON THE VERTICAL PRESS, BY D. & S. NEALL,
CONTENTS OF VOLUME III.
MR. WESLEY'S JOURNAL.
Continues his Journey through Ireland,
Persecution at Carrick-upon-Shannon,
Journey from Chester to Cornwall,
Letter to the Editor of the London Chronicle on Mysticism,
Three Letters to the Editor of Lloyd's Evening Post,
Reformation in the Prison of Bristol,
Letter the Editor of the Westminster Journal,
Answer to the Caveat against the Methodists,
Strange Account from Skipton in Craven
Singular Case of Mary Special,
Journey through Wales to Ireland,
Letter on the Creation of the Human soul,
Letter to the evangelical Clergy, and the Answers,
A singular Species of Spasms in Scotland,
Letter on the importance of religious Connexions,
Journey to Scotland and the North of Ireland,
Letter to a Friend on Christian Perfection,
Mr. Grimshaw's Letter to the Society at London,
Revival of the Work at Dublin and Limerick,
Returns through Yorkshire to London,
Letters from Congleton and Burslem,
NUMBER XIII. From October 29, 1762, to May 25, 1765.
The abuse of the Doctrine of Christian Perfection,
Journey to the North of Scotland,
Visits the West and South of Ireland,
Death of Henry Jackson of Newcastle,
Visits the West of England and Cornwall,