Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist periodicals, 1744-1960 Volumes

Volumes

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Minutes of the Methodist conferences, 1744-1824 (rev. ed.)

The full title, Minutes of the Methodist conferences from the first, held in London, by the late Rev. John Wesley, A.M., in the year 1744, is identical to that of the earlier edition, begun in 1812. All volumes were at the Wesleyan Conference Office in Castle Street, Finsbury, London. The...

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Minutes of several conversations, 1869-1932

The full title of the first volume in this series reads: Minutes of several conversations between the Methodist ministers in the connexion established by the late Rev. John Wesley, A.M., at their hundred and twenty-sixth annual conference begun in Hull on Thursday, July 29th, 1869. Published annually, these minutes are...

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The Primitive Methodist magazine

The full title of this monthly was The Primitive Methodist magazine for the year [...]. New series. Based on vol. 4 (1834), it was "Printed at the office of the Primitive Methodist Connexion by James Bourne" of Bemersley, near Tunstall. In 1902, a new series was begun, accompanied by a...

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The Aldersgate magazine

A continuation of The Primitive Methodist magazine, the full title of this monthly was The Aldersgate Primitive Methodist magazine for the year of Our Lord, [...]. Vol. [...] of the new series. Vol [...] from the commencement." Published by Robert Bryant at the Conference Offices on Aldersgate Street, London. Some...

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