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Benson, Joseph, ,Wesley, John, . Short account of the life and death of the Rev. John Fletcher,Gilpin, Joshua
Benson, Joseph, ,Wesley, John, ,Gilpin, Joshua, vicar of Wrockwardine
Roots, Peter Philanthropos, ,Emmons, Nathanael, ,Wesley, John,
Wesley, John, ,Bennis, Elizabeth, ,Bennis, Thomas,Frank Baker Collection of Wesleyana and British Methodism. NcD
Wesley, John, -,Priestley, Joseph, -. Address to the Methodists .,Badcock, S,Healey, John. Following letters and discourses are hereby published...
John Wesley, Stamps, Roy, Stamps, Jo Ann Hardin
BENSON, Joseph, 1749-1821. [ FLETCHER, John (1729-1785), WESLEY, John (1703-1791) ]
BENSON, Joseph, FLETCHER, John ( - ), WESLEY, John
Wesley, John, founder of the people called Methodists, 1703-1791. Correspondence, edited by John Telford [in 8 vols.]
Benson, Joseph, 1749-1821,Wesley, John, 1703-1791,Gilpin, Joshua, vicar of Wrockwardine
Benson, Joseph, 1749-1821,Wesley, John, 1703-1791. Short account of the life and death of the Rev. John Fletcher,Gilpin, Joshua
Pawson, John, 1737-1806,Wesley, John, 1703-1791
Wesley, John, 1703-1791,Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804. Address to the Methodists,Badcock, S,Healey, John. Following letters and discourses are...
John Wesley, edited by Frederick C. Gill
George Fox, Thomas R. Kelly, John Wesley, John Bunyan, Brother Lawrence
Wesley J
Wesley, John, founder of the people called Methodists, 1703-1791.