Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 3 (1824), 162–64.

The Wesleyan Methodist. (No. XIV.) A Plea, Addressed to the Methodist Societies, in Behalf of a Neglected Home-Population



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Machinery, Christianity

    Reviewing the history of Methodism, in which all temporary hindrances have ultimately been overcome, observes: 'For a moment the operations of the great machine might be disordered by the obstructions thrown in its way; but immediately on their removal, it moved with superior harmony and effect' (162).

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