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LIFE OF JOHN WESLEY.
Mr. Wesley's parentage. Mrs. Susanna Wes- Mr. Charles Wesley's labors in Cornwall,
Statlordshire and Yorkshire. Increase of the So- State of the Societies in America. Ordination
Early melancholy impressions.
Good effects of it. His recovery. How it was
the spiritual wellare of his former associates. At-
preface for the volume. Cowper's judicious re-
warm attachment to the leading truths of the gos- severity of Cowper's depression. Is again urged
Ardent desires to make his volume the to write on the Slave Trade. Again declines it.
Lady Hesketh. Acceptance of her proffered as-
arrival Description of its beauties. Employ.
ment there. Reply to a letter from Mr. Hardis,
Latin. Rapid decay of his strength. Last illness.
Cowper busily engaged. Great apprehensions
nal poems. Translates some of Gay's fables into
Mr. Spencer's parentage and early years. Love Liverpool. Preaches at Newington chapel. His
195 Newington chapel. Correspondence. Success
of bis ministry. Lays the foundation stone of a
Ordination. His first administration of
racy. Correspondence with Mr. John Haddon. 214
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