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ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER ROW, E.C.

"Mr. Coley's Life of Collins will take its place among the classics of Methodist Biography."—Wesleyan Methodist Magazine.

In crown 8vo, handsome cloth gilt, price 5s., also in Turkey morocco, gilt edges, price 10s. bd. post free, Fourth Edition, with a Portrait.

The Life of the Rev. Thomas Collins,

By the REV. SAMUEL COLEY.

"Mr. Coley could scarcely have employed his pen on richer or more suggestive materials, and certainly Mr. Collins could not have a more painstaking, appreciative, and loving biographer. Mr. Coley has edited this choice volume with characteristic ability."—The Watchman.

"We are obliged to Mr. Coley for preserving a record of so devout and useful a man as Mr. Collins."—Methodist Times.

"It is now some years since there appeared a biography which more thoroughly represented Methodism in action than does Mr. Coley's life of his friend."—Primitive Methodist Magazine.

"The life of Thomas Collins is valuable, because it is a wonderful record of spiritual exercises, conflicts, and triumphs, and specially because it clearly shows the possibility of the spiritually feeble in our churches becoming even as this modern David."—Bible Christian Magazine.

"This is one of the best biographies of modern times, and the most adapted for usefulness."—Methodist New Connexion Magazine.

"In this biography we have the true portraiture of a veritable successor of the fathers and founders of the Wesleyan organisation."— Literary World.

THE BEST PRESENT FOR SUNDAY SCHOLARS.
In fcap. 8vo, cloth, with Portrait, price is. 6d., post free.

The Story of our Founder:

Being a Life of John Wesley, written for children. With an Introduction by the Rev. Thos. Vasey.

This little book gives an interesting narrative of the principal incidents in the life and labours of John Wesley. It is written in an entertaining style, such as will engage the interest of children, and at the same time inculcate those useful lessons of love to God and self-devotion, such as all good teachers are anxious to teach their scholars. In order that the little book may be very widely circulated, it is issued at a very low rate. Teachers are earnestly requested to send for a single copy before purchasing rewards.

ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON, E.C.

Just published, price 3s. 6d\, post free,

Won at Last

Memoirs of Captain George and Mrs. Hannah Smith, of Bridlington Quay and York. By their eldest son, the Rev. Thornley Smith.

"Mr. Thornley Smith has in this volume supplied portraits of Christian excellence which will find a place in many a home within and beyond the circle of the Methodist Churches. The tale of Captain Smith's incarceration at Dunkirk as a prisoner of war is particularly interesting. In this book there is enough of incident to keep alive the attention, and enough of true religion to render it extremely profitable."—Methodist Recorder.

THE WESLEYAN METHODIST ANNUAL, SECOND YEAR. GREATLY IMPROVED.

In crown 8vo., containing over 200 pages, price is., post free,

The Wesleyan Methodist Year-Book,

Being a Manual of most important information relating to the Connexion for the year, condensed and arranged for ready reference. This work has been carefully compiled, and contains much statistical matter which cannot be obtained elsewhere.

Some of the Principal Features of the Work are :

A Wesleyan Almanac and Calendar—General Wesleyan Intelligence, including the Conference, its Presidents and Secretaries, places where it has been held, different Funds and Committees—Educational Returns— Home Mission and Chapel Fund Affairs, &c, &c.

The Conference of 1870, held at Burslem, an Epitome of its Proceedings—Inaugural of President Farrar—Official Conference Appointments— Death Roll of Ministers—Alphabetical List of Circuits, when formed, number of Members, of Chapels, &q., of Local Preachers, of S.S. Teachers and Scholars, with the Appointment of Ministers and Supernumeraries, showing the state of each Circuit at a single glance.

An Alphabetical List of Ministers and Supernumeraries; also, for the first time, and as far as can be ascertained, {heir precise Postal Addresses in all large towns.

The Irish Conference of 1870—a Digest of its Proceedings—Official Appointments—Circuit Lists and Statistics, with Lists of Ministers, &c.

Wesleyan Foreign Missions—Officers and Committees—Missionary Deputations—District Treasurers—Income and Expenditure—Statistical Returns and Lists of Circuits, Ministers, and Supernumeraries, alphabetically arranged.

Affiliated Conferences—viz., Canada—Australia—France—Eastern British North America—with an Account of each Conference held this year—and all Returns of Circuits, Ministers, and Supernumeraries, with statistics as above.

Local Preachers in Great Britain, not alphabetically arranged, tut according to their several Districts and Circuits, with their Postal Addresses.

The Wesleyan Year-Book of Facts and Occurrences fcr the past year, much enlarged.

ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON, EC.

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