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THE CHURCH IN ENGLAND.

FROM

WILLIAM III. TO VICTORIA.

BY THE

REV. A. H. HORE, M.A.

TRINITY COLLEGE, OXFORD.

VOLUME II.

Parker and Co.

OXFORD, AND 6 SOUTHAMPTON-STREET,

STRAND, LONDON.

MDCCC LXXXVI.

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CONTENTS.

Methodism the niost important religious event in the eighteenth
century.—The Wesley family.-George Whitfield. The little Society
at Oxford under Charles Wesley. -John Wesley joins it. – John Wes-
ley goes to Georgia.-His mission a failure. —He returns to England.
--Whitfield's success as a Preacher._Whitfield goes to Georgia –
Returns to England.-Peter Böhler.- John Wesley's Conversion.--
He goes to Herrnhutt.—Leaves the Moravians.-Field Preaching -
Theopathic hysteria. —Wesley and Whitfield separate.--First Preach-
ing House. - Lay-Preachers.-First Conference. -Selina, Countess of
Huntingdon.-Death of Whitfield.-Antinomianism.—The Calvinistic

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