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THE REV. CHARLES WESLEY, M. A.
SOMETIME STUDENT OF CHRIST-CHURCH, OXFORD :
A REVIEW OF HIS POETRY;
SKETCHES OF THE RISE AND PROGRESS OF METHODISM;
NOTICES OF CONTEMPORARY EVENTS
BY THOMAS JACKSON.
These abilities are the inspired gift of God, rarely bestowed; and are of power to allay the
perturbations of the mind, and set the affections in right tune; to celebrate in glorious
PUBLISHED BY JOHN MASON,
AND SOLD AT 66, PATERNOSTER-ROW.
SPECIMENS of Mr. Charles Wesley's letters to his wife_His pastoral duties
in London—Intimacy with Mr. and Mrs. Venn-Mr. Venn's religious
Calamitous state of Great Britain in the year 1756—Charles Wesley pub-
lishes Hymns for the Fast-day-The Conference held in Bristol-Mr.
Letter from Mr. Whitefield, in America-Death and character of that
eminent man-Charles Wesley's “Hymns of Preparation for Death "
Declaration,” disavowing the sense which had been erroneously