Table of Contents

Title Page

EDITOR'S NOTE

INTRODUCTION

AN APPRECIATION OF JOHN WESLEY'S JOURNAL

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

The Journal of John Wesley

Chapter 1. Wesley as a Missionary to Georgia

Chapter 2. Troubles in Georgia; Return to England; Peter Bohler; 'I Felt my Heart Strangely Warmed'

Chapter 3. Field-Preaching; 'All the World my Parish'; Whitefield; Wales; Experience with Demons

Chapter 4. Preaching Incidents; Wesley's Labor Colony; Dispute with Whitefield; Curious Interruptions; The Mother of the Wesleys

Chapter 5. Wesley Refused Sacraments at Epworth; Cornwall and the Scilly Isles; Natural Amphitheater at Gwennap; Wesley in Danger

Chapter 6. First Methodist Conference; Pressgangs and Mobs; Wesley's Protest against Ungodliness

Chapter 7. Severe Weather; Ireland; Wesley's Protest against Lawlessness

Chapter 8. Wesley and the Soldiers; In Ireland and Wales Again; Wesley Burned in Effigy; Wesley as an Editor

Chapter 9. Wesley's Marriage; Dealings with Cornwall Smugglers; His Illness and Recovery

Chapter 10. Retirement in Paddington; Wesley Slandered; Premonitions; A Dream

Chapter 11. 'I do Indeed Live by Preaching'; Wesley's Advice to Travelers; Wesley and the French Prisoners

Chapter 12. Wesley's Letter to an Editor; Impositions and Declarations; the Speaking Statue; Wesley's Pentecost

Chapter 13. Wesley in Scotland Again; Methodist's Wealth; 'No Law for Methodists'; Exhausting Days; Whitefield

Chapter 14. Justice for Methodists; Methodist Character; Instructions to Parents; Wesley's Opinion of Mary Queen of Scots

Chapter 15. Wesley Opens a New Church; Comments on Rousseau; Geology; Swedenborg, and Riding Horseback; Gwennap and 20,000 People; Death of Whitefield

Chapter 16. Windsor Park; Wesley as Art Critic; Glasgow and Perth; At 70, Wesley Preaches to 30,000 People

Chapter 17. Wesley Arrested; A Terrible Ride; A Methodist Isaac Newton; Wesley and the American War

Chapter 18. On the Isle of Man; City Road Chapel; Wesley Visits Lorg George Gordon

Chapter 19. An Ideal Circuit; Wesley in his Eighties; Wesley Visits Holland; Incidents in Scotland

Chapter 20. Wesley Collects Money for the Poor; Visits the House of Lords; His Reasons for his Long Life; 'How is the Tide Turned;' Last Entries

WESLEY'S LAST HOURS

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