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  • THE COMPLETE WORKS OF JOHN WESLEY


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    LETTERS & WRITINGS

    by John Wesley

    HYPERTEXT TABLE OF CONTENTS LETTERS TO VARIOUS PERSONS

    • 18 Letters to Robert Carr Brackenbury, Esq., of Raithby, Lincolnshire.
    • 20 Letters to Mr. Zechariah Yewdall.
    • 16 Letters to Miss Bishop.
    • 4 Letters to Mr. John Baxendale, of Wigan. To ——.
    • 3 Letters to Miss Frances Godfrey, of Gainsborough.
    • 7 Letters to the Rev. Walter Sellon.
    • 4 Letters to Miss D. Perronet.
    • 4 Letters to Miss J. C. M..
    • 22 Letters to Miss Ritchie, afterwards Mrs. Mortimer.
    • To Mr. Robert Marsden, Sheffield.
    • To Mr. C Glascott, Jesus College, Oxon.
    • To Mr. (afterwards Dr.) John Whitehead.
    • To Miss C——, Armagh.
    • To Mrs. Knapp, Worcester.
    • 7 Letters to the Rev. Freeborn Garrettson, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in America.
    • To the Rev. Francis Asbury.
    • 15 Letters to Miss Hester Ann Roe, afterwards Mrs. Rogers.
    • 10 Letters to Miss Patty Chapman.
    • 2 Letters to Mr. William Simpson.
    • 2 Letters to Mr. Robert Hopkins.
    • To E. B..
    • To Mr. Alexander.
    • 8 Letters to Miss Cooke, afterwards Mrs. Clarke.
    • 11 Letters to Mr. Adam Clarke, afterwards Dr. Adam Clarke.
    • 13 Letters to Miss Jane Bisson, afterwards Mrs. Cock, of St. Helier’s, Jersey.
    • To Mr. William Percival, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    • 6 Letters to Mr. George Holder.
    • 3 Letters to Miss Harriet Lewis, of Dudley.
    • To Miss Rachel Jones, of Bartonle- Willows, near York.
    • 2 Letters to Mrs. Ingram, of Limerick.
    • 3 Letters to Miss Rebecca Ingram.
    • To Mr. Charles Atmore.
    • To Mr. James M’Donald.
    • To Mr. Edward Lewly, Birmingham.
    • To Mr. Thomas Broadbent.
    • 3 Letters to Miss Elizabeth Baker, afterwards Mrs. Jordan, of Monmouth.
    • To Mr. George Sykes.
    • To Mr. Benjamin Rhodes, Redruth.
    • To Mr.——.
    • 5 Letters to Mr. Samuel Bradburn.
    • To Miss Sophia Cook, afterwards Mrs. Bradburn.
    • 8 Letters to Miss Loxdale.
    • To Mr. C——.
    • 2 Letters to the Rev. Mr. L—.
    • 2 Letters to Mr. Theophilus Lessey.
    • To Mr. John Stretton, in Harbor- Grace, Newfoundland.
    • To Mr. George Blackall, of Brentford.
    • To Mr. John Bausell.
    • To Mr. Victory Purdy, of Bristol.
    • To Mr.——.
    • To Mr.——.
    • To Bishop Lowth.
    • To the Bishop of ——.
    • To the Bishop of ——.
    • To the Bishop of ——.
    • To Sir Harry Trelawney.
    • To Mr.——.
    • To Mr.——.
    • To Lady——.
    • To Lord ——.
    • To a Member of Parliament.
    • To the Rev. E. C., of Philadelphia.
    • To a Friend.
    • To Mr. John Booth.
    • To Mr. York, of Stourport.

    SUPPLEMENTARY LETTERS

    • To Dr. Koker, of Rotterdam.
    • To Mr. Viney, of Ysselstein.
    • To Mr. Isaac Le Long, at Amsterdam.
    • To Mr. Nathanael Price, of Cardiff.
    • 3 Letters to Mr. Howell Harris, of Trevecka.
    • To Mr. John Nelson.
    • 2 Letters to Mr. John Haime.
    • To the Rev. James Erskine.
    • To Mr. Thomas Bigg, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    • To Mr. Thomas Rankin.
    • To Mr. John Valton.
    • 2 Letters to Miss Bolton, of Witney.
    • 2 Letters to Miss Newman, Cheltenham.
    • 3 Letters to Mr. Walter Churchey.
    • To Mr. Jasper Winscom.

    OTHER LETTERS AND WRITINGS

    • I. Modern Christianity, exemplified at Wednesbury, and other adjacent Places in Staffordshire.
    • II. A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Walker.
    • III. Second Letter to the Rev. Mr. Walker.
    • IV. Third Letter to the Rev. Mr. Walker.
    • V. 4th Letter to the Rev. Mr. Walker.
    • VI. A Letter to the Rev. Thomas Adams.
    • VII. A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Clarke.
    • VIII. 2nd Letter to the Rev. Mr. Clarke.
    • IX. A Letter to a Friend.
    • X. Letter to Mr. N—— XI. Reasons against a Separation from the Church of England.
    • XII. A Letter to a Friend.
    • XIII. Letter to Rev. Mr. Venn.
    • XIV. Address to the Travelling Preachers.
    • XV. Some Thoughts upon an Important Question.
    • XVI. On Hearing Ministers who oppose the Truth.
    • XVII. Of attending the Church.
    • XVIII. Thoughts upon some late Occurrences.
    • XIX. Letter to the Methodist Conference.
    • XX. Letter to Dr. Coke, Mr. Asbury, and our Brethren in North America.
    • XXI. On the Church: In a Letter to the Rev.——.
    • XXII. Of Separation from the Church.
    • XXIII. Thoughts: Methodism.
    • XXIV. An Answer to an Important Question.
    • XXV. Thoughts on Separation from the Church.
    • XXVI. Thoughts upon a late Phenomenon.
    • XXVII. To certain Persons in Dublin.
    • XXVIII. To the Printer of the Dublin Chronicle.
    • XXIX. Farther Thoughts on Separation from the Church.
    • XXX. The Case of Birstal House.
    • XXXI. A Letter to the Methodist Preachers. (Circular.).
    • XXXII. The Case of Dewsbury House.
    • XXXIII. 4 Letters to Mr. John Atlay.
    • XXXIV. A Word to whom it may concern.
    • XXXV. A short Account of the School in Kingswood, near Bristol.
    • XXXVI. A plain Account of Kingswood School.
    • XXXVII. Remarks on the State of Kingswood School.
    • XXXVIII. Short History of the People called Methodists.
    • XXXIX. Letter to the Monthly Reviewers.
    • XL. Second Letter to the Monthly Reviewers.
    • XLI. Letter to a Friend. Concerning a Passage in a Monthly Review.
    • XLII. A Letter to Mr. T. H., alias Philodemas, alias Somebody, alias Stephen Church, alias R. W..
    • XLIII. A Letter to Mr. G. R., alias R. A., alias M. H., alias R. W..
    • XLIV. A Letter to the Editor of the “London Magazine.”
    • XLV. A Letter to the Editor of Lloyd’s “Evening Post.”
    • XLVI. Remarks on Mr. H.’s Account of the Gentoo Religion in Hindostan.
    • XLVII. Remarks on Article X. of Mr. Maty’s New Review, for Dec., 1784.
    • XLVIII. Thoughts on a late Publication.
    • XLIX. Thoughts:Baron Montesquieu’s “Spirit of Laws.”
    • L. Letter to Rev. Mr. Furly.
    • LI. Thoughts: Character and Writings of Mr. Prior.
    • LII. Thoughts: Writings of Baron Swedenborg.
    • LIII. Remarks on the Count De Buffon’s “Natural History.”
    • LIV. Remarks upon Mr. Locke’s “Essay on Human Understanding.”
    • LV. Remarks on Mr. Bryant’s “Analysis of Ancient Mythology.”
    • LVI. Thoughts upon Taste.
    • LVII. Thoughts on the Power of Music.
    • LVIII. A Thought on the Manner of Educating Children.
    • LIX. Thoughts on Genius.
    • LX. Thoughts on Memory.
    • LXI. Thoughts on Suicide.
    • LXII. Of the gradual Improvement of Natural Philosophy.
    • LXIII. Remarks on the Limits of Human Knowledge.
    • LXIV. Conversation with the Bishop of Bristol.
    • LXV. An Account of the Disturbances in my Father’s House.
    • LXVI. Calvinistic Controversy.
    • LXVII. Queries respecting the Methodist.
    • LXVIII. Notices concerning deceased Preachers.
    • LXIX. Directions to the Stewards of the Methodist Society in London.
    • LXX. Remarkable Providence.
    • LXXI. Directions concerning Pronunciation and Gesture.
    • Publishers Notes

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