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John Wesley's signature and seal

John Wesley's signature and seal

The burial entry for "Mrs Susannah Wesley", August 1742. Bunhill Fields is one of the oldest nonconformist cemeteries in London, dating from 1665 in the reign of King Charles II.

The burial entry for "Mrs Susannah Wesley", August Bunhill Fields is one of the oldest nonconformist cemeteries in London, dating from 1665 in the reign of King Charles II.

This plaque is set into the wall on the east side of New Inn Hall Street. John Wesley (1703–1791), the founder of the Methodist Church, was an undergraduate at Christ Church. He was ordained in 1725 and elected a Fellow of Lincoln College in 1726.

This plaque is set into the wall on the east side of New Inn Hall Street. John Wesley the founder of the Methodist Church, was an undergraduate at Christ Church. He was ordained in 1725 and elected a Fellow of Lincoln College in

1870? printing - From the DCJonas Collection

printing - From the DCJonas Collection

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Aldersgate marker

The plaque is located on the east side of Aldersgate Street just to the north of the Museum of London.

Sign on the market cross steps in Epworth

Sign on the market cross steps in Epworth

Letter of John Wesley to Mary Bosanquet, June 13 1771 Mary Bosanquet was one of the first Methodist women preachers. In this letter Wesley acknowledges her right to preach at a time when such a notion would have been unthinkable to his colleagues in the Anglican ministry. The letter reads: "MY DEAR SISTER,--I think the strength of the cause rests there--on your having an extraordinary call. So I am persuaded has every one of our lay preachers; otherwise I could not countenance his preachi...

Letter of John Wesley to Mary Bosanquet, June 13 1771 Mary Bosanquet was one of the first Methodist women preachers. In this letter Wesley acknowledges her right to preach at a time when such a notion would have been unthinkable to his colleagues in the Anglican ministry. The letter reads: "MY DEAR SISTER,--I think the strength of the cause rests there--on your having an extraordinary call. So I am persuaded has every one of our lay preachers; otherwise I could not countenance his preachi...

1854 Antique Print of Methodist Rev John Wesley | eBay

1854 Antique Print of Methodist Rev John Wesley

This sermon on Job, Chapter vii, verse 7 (“There the wicked cease from troubling, and there the weary be at rest”) was the first of Wesley’s sermons to be published

This sermon on Job, Chapter vii, verse 7 (“There the wicked cease from troubling, and there the weary be at rest”) was the first of Wesley’s sermons to be published

In this letter, John Wesley's older sister Emilia, in addition to filling him in on all the family gossip, criticizes his habit of walking everywhere as undignified.

In this letter, John Wesley's older sister Emilia, in addition to filling him in on all the family gossip, criticizes his habit of walking everywhere as undignified.

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