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Wesleyan-Methodist magazine
Bib ID 155477
Format JournalJournal
Description London, England : J. Mason, 1822-[1913] 
136 v. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK6385

Numbering Note Vol. 45-v. 67 called also 3rd series ; v. 68-v. 77 called also 4th series ; v. 78-v. 99 called also 5th series ; v. 100-v. 113 called also 6th series. 
Notes

Imprint varies. 1823-1826 published by J. Kershaw; 1827-1863 published by J. Mason; later issues published by Wesleyan Conference Office.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK6385

Life Dates 3rd series Vol. 1 (Jan. 1822)- = Vol. 45 (Jan. 1822)-  Ceased with 6th series v. 136 (Dec. 1913) = v. 113 (Dec. 1913) 
Later Title

Magazine for the home

Former Title

Methodist magazine(London, England)

Subjects Methodist Church -- England -- Periodicals.
Also Titled

Wesleyan magazine

Wesleyan Methodist magazine


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