METHODISM IN SCOTLAND
Free and Candid Strictures on Methodism, and Especially its Finances. Containing an Investigation of the Causes of the Frequent Embarrassment of what is called the Contingent Fund, and of the best method of curing and preventing the evil without injuring the work of God, or diminishing the zeal of the Connexion. Together with an Account of the state of Religion in Scotland; and in particular, of the Labours, Success,and Prospects of the Methodists there. Also an Account of Several of Mr. Wesley’s Visits to Scotland, and of his Observations on the country and the people; Extracted from his Journals. And his Answer to the Question, What is an Arminian?
Aberdeen Printed by D.Chalmers and Sold by A.Brown & Co. and D.Wylie, Aberdeen, Guthrie & Tait, and J.Robertson, Edinburgh, and Blanshard, London and J.Nichols, Leeds.
Sole edition , 12m., 84pp, (pages 5-16 are misbound before the title)< disbound.