Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, 3rd ser. 1 (1822), 48–50.
Christian Retrospect of General Occurrences Interesting to those who Fear God, on Account of their Influence on Religion, or on Public Morals and Happiness
Regular Feature, News-Digest, News-Commentary
Describes the recent prevalence 'in Spain, and some other parts of Europe' of a 'malignant Epidemic, which has defied the power of medical skill, and depopulated whole districts'. Observes: 'It is by such interpositions as these, that the terrible majesty of God is made manifest to those who have offended him, and that the inhabitants of the world are called "to learn righteousness"'. (49)
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