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The Life and Particular Proceedings of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield [electronic resource]: From the Time of His Going to Crisp School, in Gloucester, to His Embarking for Pensilvania. Compiled for the Satisfaction of Those Persons Who Are Desirous of Reading the Genuine Account of That Gentleman. By an Impartial Hand. Among Many Other Particulars, Are the Following: I. His Early Religion and Charity Taken Notice of by the Heads of the Houses at Oxford. II. On His Reading a Book, Intitled, the Life of God in the Soul of Man, He Saw the Necessity of the New-Birth. III. Was 2 Years Under Continual Temptations and Buffetting of the Devil. IV. Comes From Oxford to London, and Preaches Charity Sermons. V. Sets Sail for Georgia, Had Like to Have Been Drown'd, But Arrives Safe, Where He Preaches Before the Free-Masons, and Dines With Them, &C. With His Particular Proceedings at Georgia. VI. Sets Sail From Charles Town for England. VII. Preaches at the Request of the Bishop of Limerick, Who Kisses Him and Gives Him His Blessing. VIII. He Waited on the Bishop of Londonderry, and Archbishop of Armagh, and Was Very Civilly Created. IX. Mr. Majendre's Letter to a Friend, Concerning Mr Whitefield's Behaviour at St. Margaret's Church, Westminster; And Mr. Bennet's Account of That Affair. X. His Account, How Part of the Money Collected Has Been Expended, and How the Rest Is to Be Laid Out. XI. Queries Sent to Mr. Whitefield. XII. A Method of Confession for Women Methodists. XIII. Denied Preaching at Islington Church, So Preached in the Church-Yard. XIV. His Preaching at Kennington-Common, Moorfields, &C. With an Account of the Sums of Money Collected. XV. Joseph Periam's First Letter to Mr. Whitefield, From No 50, in Bethlehem-Hospital; Mr. Whitefield Goes to See Him. His Second Letter; Mr. Whitefield's Answer. His Third Letter; Mr. Whitefield Goes to Him Again, and Gets His Discharge. XVI. Takes Tour in the Country, and Continues Collecting; And Pays Money Into the Trustees Hands for the Use of the Orphan-House at Georgia. XVII. An Answer to the Former Queries; With a Reply to the Answer; And an Answer to the Reply. XVIII. A Modest Inquiry Into the Principles and Practices of the New Sect of Methodists. XIX. A Poem on Eternal Misery, Addressed to Mr. Whitefield. XX. A Copy of Mr. William Seward's Letter: In Answer to One Received From His Brother the Rev. Mr. Thomas Seward at Genoa. XXI. Another Letter Relating to Mr. Whitefield and His Followers, Wherein Is a Parallel Drawn Between the Present Sect of Methodists (as They Are Commonly Called) and the French Prophets. XXII. The Rev. Mr. Welles's Letter to Mr. Whitefield From Cardiff, Charging Him With Several Falsities. .

Tucker, Josiah
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
London : printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, [1739]
Language
English
Description
[2], 96 p. ; 8⁰.
Notes
  • An impartial hand = Josiah Tucker, Dean of Gloucester.
  • Price from imprint: Price 1s.
  • Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Notes
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. Eighteenth century collections online s2009 miunns
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Also available in microfilm (click link to determine reel #).
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English Short Title Catalog, T57919.
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