Case and His Contempories: Or, The Canadian Itinerant's Memorial: Constituting a Biographical History of Methodism in Canada, from Its Introduction Into the Province, Till the Death of the Rev. Wm. Case in 1855, Zväzok 4

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News from Norris and Steward at Nelsonfirst church in Oakville and its faie
25
Full particulars from Whitby and its preachers
28
and 118 Bay Quinte Districtits stations and state CO 119 Kingston and Stinsonreopening of church
31
Steer and GananoqueJoint campmeeting
33
Good news from Hallowell
34
Wilkinsons communication from Belleville
35
Cobourgfirst church in Port Hope
38
Sidney and its supply
40
127 Augusta Districtits chairman and preachers
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129 Carroll and Taylor at BrockvilleRevival
46
The Dutch Methodists of Matilda and their preachers
47
Elizabethtown and prosperity
48
Circuits north of the RideauMississippi
49
Richmond and Currie
50
Bytown and HealyHull and the retirement of Hayter his successor
54
Report from Clarendon
57
Paragraph Paga
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Case and his doings
66
New mission at PembrokeButcher C7 142 The Missionary district and its miiwionarios
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Letter from D Sawyer Indian laborer
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Slight Douse Gladwin
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Labors and letters of Rev Wm Lord
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Paragraph Tagt
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A year of activityparticulars
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183637
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taragravh Pag 182 Healy appointed chairman
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Kingston Bay Waterloo Belleville and Peterboro circuits with their incumbents
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Brockvjlle and disaffectionAugustaMatildaPerth Mississippi Richmond Ottawa BytownHull Crosby
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Elizabethtown and mass meeting
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Missionary DistrictEvansGladwinSlightT Hurl burtMillerJ ScottHardie
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WaldrnnTanti and W Jeffers
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Sundry particulars about P Jones
129
Mr Harvard the new President ISO 194 Travels of President and Superintendent of Missions
131
John Sunday in England
132
Missionary Keport and income
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and 199 American General Conference and Canada Episcopals
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to 202 Chapel property cases
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Lower Canada District Meeting
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Mr Lords last communication
142
Confusion in Lower Canada Stations
143
First appearance of John Borlands name
144
Squires positionsNumbersIncrease
145
E Kyerson returned and elected Secretary
146
Itinerancy strengthenedColeman
151
Editorship of the Guardian made impersonal
152
Parugrapk Pagt 217 Committee of privilegescertain laymen
153
218 Sundry changes in the Augusta DistrictW Scott
154
P Smiths relation and doings
155
Allison succeeded by Beatty at the Academy
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Cobourg circuit and revivals i
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How certain vacancies were supplied?
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Newbury Byers Fear and Guelph
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P Jones to visit EnglandJournal resumed
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Jones in England in pay and employment of Missionary Committee
161
Jones and Evans in New York
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to 173 Goodson Willoughby Young MUcs S Ilui oiirt
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to 232 Interesting particulars about J Evans 109
175
RebellionParticulars
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Position of WesleyansInquisition
178
Lower Canada District Stations
179
Quebec and Hutchinson ISO 238 Lushers return to EnglandSquire ISO 239 T Campbell240 Garrett 1S1 241 Particulars about Hitchcock 1S2 242 No...
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E Ryersan the defender of Eidwcll elected Secretary
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Ten probationers received into full connection among whom was John Sunday
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24G Four on trialJames Spencer
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Visitors from B P ConferencePeck and Lee
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24S RoutineDeath of Gladwin
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Head of the lake circuits reckoned Lo Toronto District
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Paragraph Page 255 to 258 Healysnd his diary
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Augusta District dividedJones and Wilkinson
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Belleville and its three several incumbentsS Fhilp
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Complimentary reference to Mr Harvard 2C0 263 Mr S entered at once on his duties
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Case and his Manual Labor School
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and 268 Douse and his experiences at St Clair
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Walpole white mission
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to 284 Lake Superior Mission and interesting particulars of its two eminent Missionaries Evans and Ilurlburt
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to 2S7 Serious correspondence
227
Hurlburts letter to Evans
230
Hurlburts visit to the Conference
232
Second consecutive decrease
233
Quebec and Lanton293 Error about Rainc
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Case of Hinchenbrooke
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to 302 Dunham Shefford Stanstead Sherbrooko Mel bourne and Bury
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The shadow of coming eventsMr Alder
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Notables at Cobourg campmeeting
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Hamilton Conference and Stinsons preddeney
239
A curious case of disciplineA Townley
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Two desistingFlanagan
243
Carroll and tho year with him
244
Preparations for celebrating general centenary 24S 315 Committee on civil and religions privileges
247
Visits of Dr Alder at the Government House and their consequences
248
Other changesPoole Law Philp and the Guelph _Yonge Street and Nelson circuits
250
Counter influences balanced in Toronto
251
The Brock circuit and James Ilutchinson
252
PeterboroMiller and Snider
253
SidneyWarner and two suppliesWright and Reynolds
257
32S Glimpsca of Bay of Quinte District and campmccting from Ilealys diary
258
Nankcvillos useful journey to Matilda
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Elizabcthtown and James Hughs
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3C5 Missionary districtCase Letters
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Miss SmithMrs Choate
267
Visit to AldervilleJohn Pigeon 26S 338 Sundays first superintendency
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and 340 SuperiorEvans and HurlburtEvans return
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and 343 Indian letters
271
and 345 Letters illustrating missionary affairs
273
and 347 Evans call to Hudsons Bay and correspondence consequent thereon
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to 351 J Evans followed summarily till his death
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352 Slight and bis journal
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Paragraph Pag
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No increaseTotals M i
287
The three marriedDarlington Hurlburt and RiceThe nationality of each candidate
335
Long and important Conference
338
Disposal of clergy reserves c
341
Rivalry and strifeGuardian and WesUyan
342
Locality of the campmeetings
343
Shepley E Harris Deverell and Hughes
344
Vacancies and supplies in the Byetown districtBarber Harper Elliott
345
Harpers antecedents and character
346
Barbers antecedents and character22 Elliott Harper GemleyTuppers whereabouts
347
Pnrayruj h Pop 23 More about Gimloy
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9 Deaths of T Martin and S Heck
350
Incorporation of Victoria College
351
Increase and total at the Conference of 1842 ?
352
C2 John F Elliott and R A Flanders recommended
353
Stations as revised by District Meeting for 184142
354
Numbers in the several Lower Canada circuits
355
The second Ilallowcll or Picton ConferenceDefection of Davidson
356
Spencer S C Philp and Gilbert ordained and Demorest readmitted
357
The travelling of chairmen suspendedthe President to travel and a Missionary agent
358
Parallel between G Young and G Kennedy
359
LaDow and McEwen from the Lutherans
360
B Maddens position during 184243
361
Minutes of 1842Gosfield and E Harris
362
Paragraph 7Vflj 52 Barrio and Reuben Robinson
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Healy Nankeville and Augusta circuit 354
364
Noble supply for CornwallPollard
366
Dajhousie and 0 Barber
367
Rideau and MatildaDemorest Lochcad and McConnell
369
tjl Guardian keynoteCampmcctingsOne sustained by local preachers
371
Return of T Hurlburt and Copway
372
Revivals and revivalistsPollard Harper McCullough Taylor
373
British Missionaries in Canada WestManly
374
Stations72 Stinsons return to England
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Estimate of Bredin75 Numbers e
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Glimpse of Case ipc
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77 Canada EastDistrict MeetingMontgomery
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Rectified stations
379
Hamilton Conference of 1843J Ryerson President 8S2 85 Reception of Tupper Cosford Price LaDow L Taylor James Hutchinson and CopwayDr Luc...
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MiscellaneousDelegates to General ConferenceTravel ling presidency and Missionary agency
383
The eleven brethren received on trial
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Dixon91 Goodlellow92 avell
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Herkimer94 G Carr
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and 96 Carrs account of himself 3S7 97 Changes which befel the brethrenCopway
387
Brock and two hired local preachers
389
Notable supply for HallowellAylesworth
390
Harnden and Augusta
391
W Willoughbys colleague on the Rideau
392
Buchingham and Greener
393
Connor and Wright at college
394
Activity during 184344Revivals
395
EditorTemperanceWilkinson
396
Mr Richeys defence of PowellPlayters 35 reasons
397
Appeal of C M E Church to the American General ConferenceIts result
399
Slendei materials for illustrating labors of B Missionaries
403
Mr Manls removal and after course
404
Evans Gundy Fawcett122 Byers
405
Paragraph Page 125 Bredin126 Fear127 Success and returns
406
Case Steer Scott Andrews letter
407
Canada EastAdventismDistrict Meeting
408
and 131 Ministers infected with Adventism
409
Amended list of stations c i
410
133 134 135 Events of the year 184344SquireCooney Slight c
411
Totals in the two provinces
417
Resolutions disclaiming complicity in recent political doings
418
Lay position of local preachers
419
Names of the brethren fully received
420
S Heck and Phelps
422
Travelling of chairmen restored
423
Playter EditorReasons for exchange
424
Gosfield and Dixon153 Tilbury and Snider
427
BathWhiteTaylors talents
428
PembrokeSt Andrews and James Armstrong
429
CampmeetingsPleasing features of the Credit C M
430
and 161 Dr Ryersons appointmentChurch papers opposition
431
Chairmens laborsLively meetings
433
Paragraph Pag 165 AgitationToronto Periodical JournalDecrease
434
Scattered materials167 Whereabouts of Missionaries
435
Increase of Miisionaries
436
Canada EastMuster at District Meeting
437
Lushers superannuation
440
Bury c175 Churchill c
441
Slights Journal
442
Totals in the two provinces
443
Sixteen receivedHughes and Holtby
444
Manual Labor SchoolLadies Seminary
445
Jenningshistory c
446
E Hurlburt
447
Rattrays antecedents and succeedents
448
English and Cleghorn contrasted
449
Conference committee cNames 44J 193 Stations in the Minutes supplementedR Whiting and F Chapman
450
Vacancies and supplies in the Toronto DistrictGlass R J Williams Bettis W Young
451
Vacancy at Manvers
452
to 199 Kingston DistrictTrotterCottonLeverin Berney
454
Brownells year of agency
455
Campmeetings and revivals
456
Matfit and Toronto revivalBanners opposition Guardians description
457
A dissimilar manIsaac Puffer
459
Bootless discussion on protracted meetings
460
Reasons for China MissionMissionary Report
461
Yearnings for Union and unofficial talkMr Harvards lettersEditor not continued
462
Deplorable decrease
463
British Wesleyanism in Canada West
464
Toronto and its incumbents
465
Warwick and Turver
466
Lantou Gundy Fear to
467
Jietter from John Sunday
468
Amended stations230 VacanciesC Sylvester
470
New Ireland and John Hutchinson
471
Year big with future events c 172
472

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