Published 1745 by Printed and sold by T. Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill. in Boston, N.E .
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|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 5617.|
|Contributions||Chauncy, Charles, 1705-1787., Appleton, Nathaniel, 1693-1784.|
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George Whitefield wrote this letter to John Wesley inin response to Wesley's sermon entitled "Free Grace." Whitefield believed the issue vital to robust Christianity, and hastened to write from Geor-gia in the American colonies, to his friend across the sea/5.
the Lord permits dear Mr. Wesley and me to be of a different way of thinking. At present, I shall make no equiry into that matter, beyond the account which he has given n of it himself in the following letter, which I lately received from his own dear hands: My dear Brother, I thank you for yours, May the 24th.
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Green, who. A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, vindicating certain passages he has excepted against, in a late book entitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England; and shewing that he has neither sufficiently defended himself, nor retracted his past misconduct.
/ By Charles Chauncy, D.D. ; [One line from Horace]. Portrait of the Reverend, Mr. George Whitefield, A.B. This portrait of George Whitefield was printed by Andrew Miller (circa –) between and based on a painting by M. Jenkin (active –). The work portrays three physical traits for which Whitefield was known: he was slender, handsome, and cross-eyed.
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A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, vindicating certain passages he has excepted against, in a late book entitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New-England; and shewing that he has neither sufficiently defended himself, nor retracted his past misconduct.
Sources of information of Whitefield are his own A Continuation of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's Journal (); Luke Tyerman, Life of the Rev. George Whitefield, B.A. of Pembroke College (2 vols., ); and Stuart C. Henry, George Whitefield: Wayfaring Witness (). A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev.
John Wesley by George Whitefield. By GOL Ap April 12th, Biographies. No Comments. View at WTSBooks. I am very well aware what different effects publishing this letter against the dear Mr. Wesley’s Sermon will produce.
Many of my friends who are strenuous advocates for universal. George Whitefield () works Search for Read. Not In Library. The trial of Mr. Whitefield's spirit Samuel Weller Not In Library. Read. A letter to the Reverend Mr.
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He was born in Gloucester, England on Decem and was buried in Newburyport, Massachusetts on Septem Whitefield took voyages to the New World seven times, voyages whose one-way trips took two months.
He called both sides. A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley in Response to "Free Grace" Sortable title: Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev Mr John Wesley in Response to Free Grace.
Website: Format: Web Page. Topic(s): The Arminian Viewpoint. George Whitefield (–) Editor's rating: 0. It wasn't until several years later, when her elegy, "On the Death of the Rev. George Whitefield, ," was published that she began to garner any sort of public prominence.
Three years later the Countess of Huntingdon, a friend of the late Reverend, published thirty-nine of Wheatley’s poems in England under the title Poems on Various. Whitefield, George, A Letter to the Reverend Dr.
Chauncy On Account of some Passages relating to the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, In his Book intitled Seasonable Thoughts on the State of Religion in New England (Philadelphia, ), p. Cited by: 3. Whitefield was a Calvinist: I am an Arminian; but the book is not controversial.
Whitefield’s sentiments and lan-guage have been honestly and truly quoted; and I have not attempted to refute his theological opinions. On such sub-jects, men, at present, must agree to Size: 4MB. Phillis Wheatley (–).Poems on Various Subjects. On the Death of the Rev. George Whitefield.
A select collection of letters of the late Reverend George Whitefield written to his most intimate friends, and persons of distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, from the yearto by Whitefield, George, GEORGE WHITEFIELD’S LETTER TO WESLEY ON ELECTION.
A LETTER TO THE A LETTER TO THE REV MR JOHN WESLEY PREFACE I am very well aware what different effects publishing this Letter against the dear Mr Wesley’s Sermon will produce. book of Kings, chap. 13 was powerfully impressed upon my soul where we are told, ‘That the File Size: 50KB.
A sermon preached by the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, A.B. late of Pembroke College, Oxford.: ISBN () Softcover, Gale ECCO, Print Editions, 6. Probably James Read (see above, III, 39), who had met Whitefield in England, and was one of the nine “Trustees for Uses” of the building erected for Whitefield’s preaching in Philadelphia.J.
Bennett Nolan, Printer Strahan’s Book Account (Reading, Pa., ), pp. 10– The promotion referred to was Read’s appointment,as prothonotary, register of wills, and clerk of the.
Her elegy “On the Death of the Rev. George Whitefield, ” gained her instant recognition in England as well as in the colonies. Sending this elegy along with a cover letter to Selina. Revival—Whitefield’s Financial Report of Orphan House—Letter to Rev.
Willison—Young Truants—Invasion of Georgia— Whitefield’s Chaplain and Surgeon Imprisoned—Letter to Trustees of Georgia—Whitefield’s Vindication of himself—Methodism in Wales—Whitefield’s Letter to his Mother—Second Visit toFile Size: 4MB. A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield: Written to His Most Intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, from the Yearto With an Account of the Orphan-house in Georgia, to the Time of His Death.
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