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A catalogue of their books . .
the dungeon · · · · · · · ·
tor, from hearing his father recite portions of the Iliad
sophy . . . . . .
who profess to be adepts in magic
an answer to a question on that subject in the " Athe-
Her creed leads her to represent the Almighty rather as a
God of justice than a God of mercy ,
Her manner of spending the Sabbath with her family .
antiquity of this mode of singing
Its evil effects upon him .
His protest against this branch of education
A.C. has another narrow escape from death by drowning
Conversation with Dr. Letsom on the subject . .
Sensations while under water, and on coming to life . .
General belief in fairies in that part of Ireland
A. C.'s mental sufferings from the temporary perversion of his
creed . .
nature of this Sacrament
Receives the witness of the Spirit, and a clear evidence of
his acceptance with God .
seven years after, at Plymouth
instruction through his increase in spiritual knowledge Acquires a taste for Natural Philosophy, by the perusal of
C“ Derham's Astro-theology," and " Ray's Wisdom of
God in the Creation"
great use to him
fellows . . . . . . . . . Account of Andrew Coleman
His wonderful progress in learning.
· A. C.'s reflections on his death . . . Instances of Andrew Coleman's extraordinary memory. Adam Clarke begins to exhort in the neighbouring villages
His method of procedure in such cases .
Francis Bennet, a linen merchant . . . .
Coleraine . .
ter's Saints' Everlasting Rest,” and the “ Journal of
David Brainard" ,
And a sick relative
An extract from his Journal
form a Christian minister . .
He brings himself down to the edge of the grave by fast-
ing and self-denial
trials in order to qualify 'him for the ministerial
office . . . . . . . . .
him in which he was not qualified to judge from
his own experience of the state . .
Strong objections of his parents to this measure
to the Ministry, and brings over his Father to consent
to the voyage to England
The ship is visited by a press-gang
manning the Royal Navy . .
And a Roman Catholic ..
Company on the road
favour of Christianity
Is kindly received at Birmingham
. . .
His first introduction to Mr. Wesley' :
Wiltshire . . . .
Meets with Mr. Charles Wesley
Is pleasingly disappointed in this respect. .
God blesses his ministry in all parts of the circuit .