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I. An Earnest Appeal to Men of Reason and Religion.
Farther Appeal to Men of Reason, etc.
Part 3 .
III. A plain Account of the People called Methodists.
V. Rules of the Band Societies.
Minutes of some late Conversations between the Rev. Mr. Wesleys and others, in 1744.
Minutes of Several Conversations between the Rev. Mr. Wesley and others, from the year 1744, to 1789.
The Character of a Methodist.
Short History of Methodism.
X. Advice to the People called Methodists.
The Principles of a Methodist.
An Answer to the Rev. Mr. Church’s Remarks on the Rev. Mr. John Wesley’s last Journal: In a Letter to that Gentleman.
The Principles of a Methodist farther explained: Occasioned by the Rev. Mr. Church’s Second Letter to Mr. Wesley: In a Second Letter to that Gentleman.
Letter to the Bishop of London: Occasioned by his Lordship’s late Charge to his Clergy.
Letter to a Clergyman.
Letter to the Rev. Dr. Free.
Second Letter to the Rev. Dr. Free.
Letter to the Author of “The Craftsman,” concerning real Christianity, disparaged under the name of Methodism.
An Answer to a Letter published in the Bath Journal.