A Concise History of the Methodist Protestant Church from Its Origin: Embracing the Circumstances of the Suspension of the Northern and Western Conferences in 1858, the Entire Career of the Methodist Church, and the Reunion of the Two Branches in 1877. With Biographical Sketches of Several Leading Ministers of the Denomination
Press of Charles A. Scott, James Robison, 1877 - 414 pages
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