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The Wesleyan Methodist Association magazine
Bib ID 2030866
Format JournalJournal
Description London : E. Pearson, 1838-[1857] 
v. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

Includes the Association's quarterly missionary notices and religious intelligence.

Imprint varies. Some issues published: R. Abercombie; Association Book Room.

Life Dates Vol. 1 (1838)-[Dec. 1857] 
Later Title

United Methodist Free Churches' magazine

Former Title

Wesleyan Association magazine

Subjects Theology - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Wesleyan Methodist Association (London, England)

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    Items/Issues Held: (Jan. 1841-Dec. 1848; Jan. 1854-Dec. 1854)
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