The Financial Aspects of John Wesley's British Methodism (1720-1791)
Edwin Mellen Press, 2002 - 166 σελίδες
This study focuses upon the fiscal aspects of John Wesley's evangelical organization, and explicates and analyzes the role of money within Wesley's concept of, and attempt at, theological and social reform. It consists of a general discussion of Wesley and money, and a Ledger which outlines, year by year, the specific receipts and payments of Wesley and the Methodist Conference.
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accounts Additional postage amount annual contributions Annual debt annual main annual maintenance April August Baker Bristol to London building Called Methodists Charles Church circuit clothing coach collected Concern Conference cost Curnock CW from Methodist debt December Dublin Emilia Wesley Harper England estimate expenses February Fund hand Hiring horse hundred Income itinerant January John Atlay John Downes John Wesley Journal July June JW's Kingswood School Letters Lincoln College living March Martha Wesley Hall Methodism Methodist Book Room Methodist Societies month Notes November October Oxford paid persons poor pounds preachers preachers in Scotland preaching house Press printing purchase Quarterly subscriptions received remained Rent for West sale of books Samuel sent September Sermons shillings societies Stipend from Lincoln Telford temporal tenance Thomas Tyerman Value Volume Ward and Heitzenrater Wesley's West Street Chapel writes x 4d x 7d yearly younger