excerpt from 'The Journal of John Wesley' pp. 116 (93 words)

excerpt from 'The Journal of John Wesley' pp. 116 (93 words)

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The Journal of John Wesley

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I spoke severally with those of the society, who were about one hundred and twenty. Nearly a hundred of these had found peace with God: such is the blessing of being persecuted for righteousness’ sake! As we were going to church at eleven, a large company at the market place welcomed us with a loud huzza: wit as harmless as the ditty sung under my window (composed, one assured me, by a gentlewoman of their own town),

 

Charles Wesley is come to town,

 

To try if he can pull the churches down.

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