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Alphabetical arrangement of all the Wesleyan-Methodist preachers and missionaries ... a list of the Presidents, and of the preachers who have died ...

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Alphabetical arrangement of all the Wesleyan-Methodist preachers and missionaries ... a list of the Presidents, and of the preachers who have died ...
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Alphabetical and chronological arrangement of the Wesleyan Methodist ministers and preachers
Alphabetical arrangement of all the Wesleyan-Methodist ministers and preachers
Alphabetical arrangement of all the Wesleyan-Methodist ministers, missionaries and preachers
Alphabetical arrangement of all the Wesleyan-Methodist preachers and missionaries
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Haswell, J. P. ( editor )
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AN
Alphabetical Arrangement
OF ALL THE
WESLEYAN-METHODIST
PREACHERS AND MISSIONARIES,
WHO ARE NOW TRAVELLING, OR ARE LOCATED,
In Great Britain, and in Distant Parts of the Globe,
WITH A VIEW OF ALL
THE CIRCUITS AND STATIONS
To which they have been appointed by the Conference, from the Com-
mencement of their Itinerancy to the present Period.
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
A List of the Presidents
AND OF
THE PREACHERS WHO HAVE DIED IN THE WORK.
BY WILLIAM HILL.
They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they
that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.—Daniel.
Quo nihil majus, meliusve terris_Horace.
-----♦-----
THIRD EDITION,
Corrected and Enlarged to the Conference of 1826.
LONDON:
PUBLISHED BY J. KERSHAW, 14, CITY-ROAD, AND SOLD AT
66, PATERNOSTER-ROW.
1827.


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In the Second Edition of this Publication, the
Author presumes to observe, that the Work was
commenced with a sincere design to gratify his
Brethren, the Preachers; and it now gives him
pleasure to say, that to serve them more extensively
he has transferred the Copy-right to the Wesleyan
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AN
ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT.
Where this mark * occurs the appointment could not be found.
Abraham, Edward, 1825, Boston.—26, Holt.
Adams, John II., 1815, St. Austle.—16, 17, Bodmin.—
18, 19, 20, Hereford.—21, 22, Cheltenham.—23, 24,
25, Exeter.—26, Charenton, near Paris.
Adshead, C. L., 1810, Thetford.—11, Yarmouth.—12,
Lowestoff.—13, Richmond.—14, Kendal.—15, Tan-
field.—16, Brough.—17, 18, Brough, &c.—19, Alstone.
—20, Hexham, &c.—21, 22, Peterhead.—23, 24, Ar-
broath, &c.—25, 26, Inverness.
Agar, Joseph, 1810, Driffield.—11, Bury.—12, Sowerby-
Bridge.—13, 14, New-Mills.—15, 16, Bridlington.—
17, Leeds.—18, 19, Spilsby.—20, Birstal.—21, 22,
Glasgow.—23, 24, Sheffield.—25, 26, Wakefield.
Aikeniiead, J., 1796, Boston.—97, Horncastle.—9S,
London.—99, Rochester.—1800, 1, Alnwick.—2, Edin-
burgh.—3, Dover.—4, 5, Rye.—6, 7, Bedford.—8, 9,
Oxford.—10, Burslem.—11, 12, Deptford.—13, 14,
Portsmouth.—15, 16, Newbury.—17, 18, Leicester.—
19, 20, 21, Dudley.—22, 23, Falmouth,—24, 25, Red-
ruth.—26, Devonport.
a 2


6
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OE
Akerman, James, 1809, Bradford, Wilts.—10, 11, Down-
end.—12, 13, 14, South-Petherton.—15, Axminster.—
16, Exeter.—17, 18, Penzance.—19, 20, 21, Falmouth.
—22, 23, Redruth.—24, 25, 26, Plymouth.
Alder, Robert, 1816, Yarmouth, Nova-Scotia.—17, 18,
Horton.—19, 20, Charlotte-Town.—21, 22, St. John’s,
—23, Windsor, Nova Scotia.—24, St. John’s do.—25,
26, Montreal.
Aldom, Isaac, 1811,*—12, Ely.—13, Horncastle.—14,
Spalding.—15, 16, Batcombe.—17, Bradford, Wilts.—
18, Liskeard.—19, 20, Holdsworthy.—21, 22, Kings-
bridge, &c.—23, 24, 25, Teignmouth.—26, Hungerford.
Alexander, James, 1794, St. Vincent’s.—95, St. Chris-
topher’s.—96, Barbadoes.—97, 98, 99, Jamaica.—1800,
Portsmouth.—1, Salisbury.—2, Dursley.—3, Poole.—
4, Pocklington.—5, 6, Spilsby.—7, Kettering.—8, Laun-
ceston.—9, South-Devon.—10, 11, Shepton-Mallet.—
12, 13, Banwell.—14, 15, Dunster.—16, Axminster.—
17, Swansea.—18, Bromsgrove.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, Poole, Super.
Allen, James, Sen., 1806, St. Austle.—7, Bodmin.—
8, Truro.—9, Swansea.—10, Haverford-West.—11, 12,
Pembroke.—13, 14, Namptwich.—15, Evesham.—16,
17, Dudley.—18, 19, Wolverhampton.—20, 21, Stour-
port.—22, 23, 24, Uttoxeter.—25, 26, Bridlington.
Allen, James, Jun., 1826, Redruth.
Allen, Richard, 1810, Addingham.—11, 12, Brampton,
13, Brough.—14, Alnwick.—15, 16, Garstang.—17,


THE WESLEYAN-METH0DI3T PREACHERS.
7
Ulverstone.—18, 19, Ledbury.—20, 21, Ramsay.—
22, Blackburn.—23, Pateley-Bridge.—24, Belper.—25,
26, Thirsk.
Allen, Samuel, 1818, Ceylon.—19, 20, 21, Galle and
Amlamgoddy.—22, 23, 24, Negombo and Chilaw.—25,
26, Galle, &c.
Allen, William, 1823,*—24, Melton-Mowbray.—25, Pe-
terborough.—26, Grantham.
Anderson, Henry, 1791,*—92, Walsingham.—93, Nor-
wich.—94, Canterbury.—95, Rye.—96, Alnwick.—97?
Scarborough.—98, Huddersfield.—99, 1800, Thetford.
■—1, Malton.—2, Liverpool.—3, Hull.—4, Congleton.
—5, 6, Wolverhampton.—7, Worcester.—-8, 9, Leices-
ter.—10, 11, Banbury.—12, 13, Wellingborough.—14,
Oxford, &c.—15, High-Wycomb.—16, 17, Pickering.
—18, 19, Pocklington.—20, 21, Ormskirk.—22, 23,
Whitehaven.—24, Gainsborough.—25, 26, Berwick.
Anderson, James, 1789,*—90, 91, Inverness.—92, Aber-
deen.—93, Colchester.—94, Harwich.—95, 96, 97,
Yarmouth.—98, 99, Norwich.—1800, Diss.—1, 2, Col-
chester.—3, St Austle.—4, 5, Rochester.—6, 7, Rye.—
8, 9, Dover.—10, 11, Yarmouth.—12, 13, Diss.—14,
Colchester.—15,16,17,Chelmsford.—18, Montrose,&c.
—19, 20, Dundee, &c.—21, Dunbar.—22, 23, Dunbar,
&c.—24, Douglas.—25, Glasgow.—26, Douglas.
Anderson, John, 1812, Lynn, &c.—13, Yarmouth.—14,
Norwich.—15, 16, Brentford.—17, 18, Colchester.—
19, 20, Reading.—21, 22, 23, Manchester.—24, 25, 26,
London, West.


8
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Andrews, Benjamin, 1814, Brighton.—15, Redditch.—
16, Cheltenham.—17, Mansfield.—18, 19, 20, Glouces-
ter.—21, 22, Bradford, Wilts.—23, 24, Aberdeen.—
25, 26, Salisbury.
Annetts, W. W., 1815, Ludlow,—16, Kington.—17f.—
18, 19, Framlingham.—20, Bury St. Edmund’s.—21,
Bedford, &c.—22, Brighton.—23, Hastings.—24, Ham-
mersmith.—25, 26, Ashford.
Antiioniez, John, 1819, 20, Matura and Belligam.—21,
Caltura.—22, Galle and Amlamgoddy.—23, 24, Caltura
and Bentotte.—25, 26, Negombo, &c.
Anwyl, Edward, 1808, Beaumaris.—9, Carnarvon.—10,
11, Caerphily.—12, 13, Llangollen.—14, 15, Merthyr-
Tydville.—16, 17, Newtown.—18, 19, Denbigh, &c.—
20, 21, Carmarthen.—22, 23, Cardiff.—24, 25, 26,
Llandilo, &c.
Archbell, James, 1818, Africa.—19, Khamies-Berg,
Little Namacqualancl.—20, Reed-Fountain.—21, 22, 23,
Gammap, Great Namacqitaland.—-24, Khamies-Berg, &c.
—25, 26, Boschuana Country.
Armett, Thomas, 1813, Epworth.—14, Ampthill.—15,
Huntingdon.—16, St. Neot’s.—17, Buxton.—18, North-
wich.—19, Skipton.—20, Monmouth, &c.—21,22, Aber-
gavenny.—23, 24, Dursley.—25, 26, Mertliyr-Tydville.
Armitage, John, 1809*—10, 11, Dewsbury.—12, 13,
Thirsk.—14, Darlington.—15, Stockton.—16, 17,
Knaresborough.—18, Ashton-under-Lyne.—19, Bing-
f Retired from want of health.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST' PREACHERS.
9
ley.—20, 21, 22, Pocklington.—23, 24, Cleckheaton.—
25, Oakham.—26, Mai ton.
Armson, Thomas, 1824, Glasgow.—25, 26, Oldham.
Armstrong, Joseph, 1808, Brecon.—9, 10, Monmouth.—
11, 12, Cardiff.—13, 14, Newtown.—15, Hereford, &c.
—16, Leek.—17, Grantham.—18, 19, Worksop.—20,
21, Thetford.—22, Elgin, &c.—23, Inverness.—24, 25,
Middleham.—26, Ulverstone.
Arnett, W., 1811, Alnwick, &c.—12, Melton-Mowbray.—
13, Ilkestone.—14, Ashby.—15, Leek.—16, Preston.—
17, 18, Garstang.—19, Grassington.—20, Pocklington.
—21, Patrington.—22, 23, Snaith.—24, 25, Driffield.—
26, Gainsborough.
Artis, Zechariah, 1825, 26, Ely.
Ash, James, 1813,*—14, Brixham.—15, 16, Axminster.
—17, Dunster.—18, 19, Hungerford.—20, 21, Tavis-
tock.—22, 23, St. Austle.—24, Bodmin.—25, Barn-
staple.—26, Biddeford.
Asii, William, 1811, 12, Guisborough.—13, 14, Dar-
lington.—15, 16, Ipswich.—17,* 18, Ashton-under -
Lyne.—19, Pateley-Bridge.—20, 21, Colne.—22, 23,
Ormskirk.—24, Mansfield.—25, 26, Oakham.
Ashton, Thomas, 1801,*—2, 3, Penzance.—4, 5, Redruth.
—6, 7, Weymouth.—8, 9, Warminster.—10, Ciren-
cester.—11, 12, Oxford, &c.—13, 14, Towcester.—15,
16, Swansea.—17, 18, Midsummer-Norton.—19, Down-


10
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
end.—20, 21, 22, Dudley.—23, 24, 25, Wolverhampton.
—26, Dursley.
Aslin, John, 1804, Belper.—5, 6, Skipton.—7, Winter-
ton.—8, 9, Grimsby.—10, 11, Louth.—12, Leigh.—13,
Addingham.—14, 15, Keighley.—16, 17, Richmond.—
18, 19, Grimsby.—20, 21, Melton-Mowbray.—22, 23,
Ilkestone.—24, 25, 26, Bedale.
Atherton, W., 1797,*—98, Grimsby.—99,1800, Aberdeen,
&c.—1, Edinburgh.—2, 3, Brechin.—4, 5, Dundee.—
6, 7, Glasgow, &c.—8, 9, Edinburgh.—10, 11, Sunder-
land.—12, 13, Durham.—14, Lynn.—15, 16,17, Bram-
ley.—18, 19, Rotherham.—20, 21, 22, Salford.—23,
24, Liverpool.—25, 26, Wakefield.
Aubrey, ThoMas, 1826, Denbigh and Llanrwst.
Aver, William, 1790,*—91, Colchester.—92, Rochester.
—93, St. Austle.—94, Penzance.—95, Redruth.—96,
Plymouth-Dock.—97, Collumpton.—98, Shepton-Mal-
let.—99, Helstone.—1800, London.—1, 2, Salisbury.—
3, 4, Portsmouth.—5, 6, Bodmin.—7, Camelford.—8,
9, Redruth.—10, 11, Penzance.—12, 13, Truro.—14,
15, Burslem.—16, 17, Chester.—18, 19, Rotherham.—
20, 21, 22, Bristol.—23, 24, Stockport.—25, 26, Not-
tingham.
Aylmer, Andrew, 1826, Birstal.
Bacon, George, 1816, Ipswich.—17, 18, North-Walsham.
—19, Wisbeach.—20, 21, Denby.—22, 23, Durham.—
24, 25, Dundee.—26, Carlisle.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
11
Bacon, William, 1812, Lynn and Swaffham.—13, 14,
Lowestoff.—15, Wisbeach.-—16, 17, Walsingham.—18,
19, Bury St. Edmund’s.—20, 21, Yarmouth.—22, 23,
Loughborough.—24, 25, Scarborough.—26, Derby.
Baker, James, 1814, Warminster.—15, Staplecross.—16,
Rye.—17, St. Neot’s.—18, Maidstone.—19, Ely.—20,
21, Epworth.—22, 23, Grimsby.—24, 25, Biggleswade.
—26, Leighton-Buzzard.
Baker, John, 1818, Africa.—19, Sierra-Leone.—20, 21,
St. Mary's and the River Gambia.—22, St. Vincent’s.—
23, 24, 25, Midsummer-Norton.—26, Salisbury.
Baker, William, 1808, Banbury.—9, Isle of Wight.—10,
Hungerford.—11, 12, Shaftsbury.—13, 14, Poole.—15,
16, Launceston.—17, Tiverton.—18, 19, Barnstaple.—
20, Ashburton.—21, 22, 23, Cardiff.—24, 25, Aber-
gavenny.—26, Downend.
BAllingall, T., 1812, Pateley-Bridge.—13, Winterton.—
14, 15, Aberdeen.—16, Morpeth.—17, Worksop.—18,
Bakewell.—19, Chorley.—20, Kendal.—21, 22, Pick-
ering.—23, 24, Berwick.—25, Ulverstone.—26, Easing-
wold.
Bamford, Stephen, 1806,* 7,* 8,*—9, 10, Liverpool,
Nova Scotia.—11,12, St.John’s, and Frederick-Town.—
13, 14, 15, Cumberland.—16, St. Stephen’s.—17, 18,
St. John’s.—19, 20, Annapolis.—21, 22, Charlotte-
Town.—23, Cumberland, &c.—24, 25, Westmorland.
—26, Horton, &c.
Banwell, George, 1809, Littleport.—10, Spilsby.—11,


12
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Southampton.—12, Farnham.—13, Chichester.—14, Isle
of Wight.—15, 16, 17, Stratton.—18, Sherborne.—19,
Poole,—20, High-Wycomb.—21, Leigh, Essex.—22,
Ipswich.—23, 24, Ely.—25, Dursley.—26, Denby-Dale.
Barber, Aquila, 1821,*—22, 23, St. Neot’s.—24, Hamp-
stead.—25, Bedford, &c.
Barber, William, 1824, Missionary.—25, 26, Gibraltar.
Barker, George, 1813, Pocklington.—14, Patrington.—
15, Driffield,—16, Brigg.—17, Gainsborough.—18,
Manchester.—19, Salford.—20, 21, 22, Douglas.—23,
24, Peel.—25, 26, Ramsay.
Barker, Jonathan, 1793, Bath.—94, Jersey.—95, Dudley.
—96, Birmingham.—97, 98, Manchester.—99, London.
—1800, Dover.—1, 2, Worcester.—3, 4, Canterbury.
—5, 6, Bristol.—7, London, New-Chapel.—8, London,
East.—9, 10, Portsmouth.—11, 12, Sheffield.—13, 14,
Hull.—15, 16, Macclesfield.—17, Nottingham.—18,
19, Plymouth-Dock.—20, 21, Bristol.—22, 23, 24, Wed-
nesbury.—25, Brighton.—26, Burslem.
Barlow, Luke, 1807, Barnard-Castle.—8, Richmond.—
9, 10, Howden—11, Leek.—12, Wrexham.—13, 14,
Ormskirk.—15, 16, Stafford.—17,*—18, 19, White-
haven.—20, 21, Lancaster.—22, 23, 24, New-Mills.—
25, Daventry.—26, North-Shields.
Barr, John T., 1826, Waltham-Abbey.
Barr, Ninian, 1816, St. John’s.—17, Harbour-Grace.—
18, Port-de-Grave.—19, 20, Trinity-Harbour.—21,


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
1
Bonavista and Catalina.—22, Island-Cove and Perlican.
—23, Blackhead and Western-Bay.—24, Carbonear.—
25, St. John’s.—26, Barnard-Castle.
Barr, William, 1804, St. Neot’s.—5, Higham-Ferrers.—
6, Stamford, &c.—7, Thetford.—8, Wisbeach.—9, Diss.
—10, Darlington.—11, Framlingham.—12, Lowestoff.
—13, 14, Spalding.—15, Epworth, &c.—16, 17, Pock-
lington.—18, Alford.—19, Clithero.—20, Mansfield.—
21, Walsingham.—22, 23, Denby.—24, 25, Horncastle.
—26, Guisborough.
Barrett, Benjamin, 1807, Easingwold.—8, Penrith.—9,
Hexham.—10, Todmorden.—11, 12, Kington.—13,
Grassington.—14, 15, Winterton.—16, 17, Carlisle.—
—18, 19, Preston.—20, 21, Holmfirth.—22, 23, Brad-
well.—24, 25, 26, Pateley-Bridge.
Barrett, John, 1786, Horncastle.—87, Gainsborough.—
88, Inverness.—89, Whitehaven.—90, 91, Isle of Man.
—92, Whitehaven.—93, 94, Hexham.—95, 96, Isle of
Man,—97, Dumfries.—98, Whitehaven.—99, 1800,
Colne.—1, 2, Horncastle.—3, 4, Epworth.—5, 6,
Grantham.—7, Retford.—8, 9, Winterton.—10, 11,
Spilsby.—12, Burton.—13, 14, Carlisle.—15, 16, Hex-
ham.—17, Morpeth.—18, Berwick.—19, W hitby, Super.
—20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Colne, Super.
Barrett, J. W., 1817,* 18, Banff.—19, 20, Peterhead.—
21, Ayr.—22, 23, Middleham.—24, Grantham.—25,
26, Middleham, Super.
Barrowclough, Jonathan, 1825, Haslingden.—26, Ash-
ton-under-Line. L
B


14
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Barry, John, 1824, Missionary.—25, 2G, Kingston, &c.,
Jamaica.
Bate, Charles, 1824, Missionary, 25, Trinity-Bay.—26,
Bonavista, &c., Newfoundland.
Bate, James, 1808, Banbury.—9, Littleport.—10, Wis-
beach.—11, Ipswich.—12, Winchcombe.—13, 14, Wit-
ney.—15, 16, Brigg.—17, Doncaster.—18, 19, Horn-
castle.—20, 21, Market-Raisen.—22, 23, 24, Wisbeach.
-25, 26, Ely.
Bates, Jonathan J., 1822, 23, Chipping-Norton.—24,
Witney.—25, Higham-Ferrers.—26, Newcastle-under-
Lyme.
Batten, W., 1804,* 5,6,Beaumaris.—7,Merthyr-Tydville.
—8, Crickhowell.—9, 10, Llanidlos.—11, 12, Llan-
fyllyn.—13, 14, Machynlleth.—15, 16, Llangollen.—
17, Ruthin, &c.—18, 19, Holyhead, &c.—20, 21, 22.
Llanfyllyn.—23,24, Merthyr-Tydville.—25, 26, Cardiff'.
Batty, Edward, 1808, Kendal.—9, Shields.—10, New-
castle.—11, 12, Alstone.—13, 14, Sunderland.—15, 16,
Gateshead.—17, 18, 19, Isle of Wight.—20, Guernsey.
—21, Guernsey and Sark.—22, 23, Northampton, &c.
—24, 25, 26, Bath.
Beale, William, 1808, Exeter.—9, 10, Launceston.—
11, Jersey.—12, 13, Portsmouth.—14, 15, Sheffield.—
16, 17, Ilelstone.—18, Truro.—19, 20, Exeter.—21,
22, 23, Weymouth.—24, 25, 26, Devonport.
Beard, George, 1826, Morant-Bay, &c., Jamaica.


TIIE WESLEYAN METHODIST PREACHERS.
15
Beaumont, J. E., 1813, 14, Warrington.—15, Prescot.—
16, Denby.—17, 18, Bingley.—19, Glasgow, &c.—20,
Dunbar, &c.—21, 22, 23, Edinburgh.—24, Buxton.—
25, 26, Hull.
Beckwith, James, 1814,* 15, Darlington.—16, Stockton,
—17, Edinburgh, &c.—18, Dunfermline.—19, 20,
Bridlington.—21, Wolverhampton.—22, Malton.—23,
24, Ripon.—25, 26, Pontefract.
Beckwith, William, 1826, Pontefract.
Beech, Hugh, 1811, Epworth.—12, 13, Bakewell.—14,
15, Belper.—16, Hereford, &c.—17, Ledbury.—18,
19, 20, Wrexham.—21, 22, 23, Rochdale.—24, 25,
Bury.—26, Colne.
Beecham, John, 1815, 16, Winterton.—17, 18, 19, Snaith.
—20, 21, 22, Barnsley.—23, 24, 25, Howden.—26,
Warrington.
Bell, Alexander, 1810, Brechin.—11, 12, Aberdeen.—
13, Banff.—14, 15, Elgin.—16, 17, Glasgow.—18, Glas-
gow, &c.—19, Edinburgh, &c.—20, Edinburgh.—21,22,
23, Sunderland.—24, 25, Liverpool.—26, Salford.
Bell, John, 1811, 12, Monmouth.—13, Swansea.—14,
15, Leighton-Buzzard.—16, 17, Island-Cove, &c. New-
foundland.—18,19, St. John’s.—20,21, Harbour-Grace.
—22, Port-de-Grave.—23, 24, 25, Manmngtree.—
26, Thetford.
Bennett, W., 1800, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Nova-Scotia.—7, 8,
Liverpool, Nova-Scotia.—9, 10, Halifax.—11, 12,
b 2


16
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Cumberland.—13, Horton.—14, 15, 16, Halifax.—17,
18, Horton.—19, 20, Newport.—21, 22, 23, 24, New-
port, Super.—25, 26, Windsor, &c.
Bentham, Robert, 1812, Shrewsbury.—13, Haverford-
West.—14, Prescot.—15, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—16,
Congleton.—17, 18. Easingwold.—19, 20, Darlington.
—21, 22, Woodhouse-Grove.—23, 24, Oldham.—
25, 26, New-Mills.
Bersey, Thomas, 1809, Ulverstone.—10, Kendal.—11,
12, Addingham.—13, 14, Clithero.—15, Redruth.—
16, 17, Helstone.—18, 19, St. Austle.—20, 21, Lis-
keard.—22, 23, Tavistock.—24, Kingsbridge.—25,
Truro.—26, Pembroke.
Bewley, T. H., 1823, Whitehaven.—24, Dublin.—25,
26, Edinburgh.
Bicknell, John, 1812,* 13, Rye.—14, Lynn.—15, 16,
Norwich.—17, 18, Brentford.—19, 20, Colchester.—
21, 22, 23, Birmingham.—24, 25, 26, Bristol.
Binning, W., 1817, Melburn, Canada.—18, 19, Falmouth
and Montego-Bay.—20, Morant-Bay.—21, St. Ann’s
Bay. —22, Kingston.—23, St. Ann’s Bay.—24, 25,
Kingston.—26, Burnley.
Bird, William, 1806, Hinckley.—7, Daventry.—8, Wol-
verhampton.—9, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—10, Leek.—
11, Shrewsbury.—12, 13, Bradwell.—14, 15, Uttoxeter.
—16, 17, Ashby.—18, 19, Sowerby-Bridge.—20, 21,
Burnley.—22, Blackburn.—23, 24, Preston.—25, 26,
Todmorden.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS;
17
Birley, George, 1812, Newport.—13, 14, Monmouth.—
15, 16, Brecon.—17, 18, Cardiff.—19, 20, Launceston.
—21, 22, 23, Hayle Copper-House.—24, 25, Watling-
ton.—26, Banbury.
Black, W., 1786, 87, 88, Nova-Scotia.—89, 90, 91, Hali-
fax.—92, 93, Nova-Scotia and New-Brunswick.—94,
95, 96, 97, Nova-Scotia, New-Brunswick, and New-
foundland.—98, 99, 1800, 1, 2, 3, Nova-Scotia and
New-Brunswick.—4, Bermuda.—5, Nova-Scotia and
New-Brunswick.—6, Bermuda.—7, 8, Liverpool.—9,
St. John’s.—10, Newport.—11, Liverpool, Super.—
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, Halifax, Nova-Scotia, Super.
Blackett, James, 1803, Dudley.—4, Wolverhampton.—
5, Stourport.—6, 7, Wednesbury.—8, Bristol.—9,
Sheffield.'—10, 11, Northampton.—12, 13, Coventry.—
14, 15, Burslem.—-16, 17, Chester.—18, Bingley.—19,
20, Sunderland.—21, 22, 23, Stroud.—24, 25, Glou-
cester.—26, Redruth.
Blundell, W., 1812, Northwich.—13, Aberdeen.—14,
Brechin.—15, Epworth, &c.—16, Framlingham.—17,*
18, Brough, &c.—Kendal.—20, 21, Ulverstone.—22,
23, Walsingham.—24, Patrington.—25, 26, Boston.
Bogie, James, 1782, Edinburgh.—83, Berwick.—84, Isle
of Man.—85, 86, Nottingham.—87, Sheffield.—88,
Berwick.—89, 90, Glasgow.—91, 92, 93, Dundee.—
94, 95, 96, Edinburgh.—97, 98, Newcastle.—99, 1800,
Sunderland.— 1, 2, Halifax.—3, 4, Nottingham.—5, 6,
London.—7, 8, Birmingham.—9,10, Liverpool.—11,12,
Manchester.—13, 14, Sheffield.—15, 16, 17, Rochdale.


18
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
—18, 19, Preston.—20, 21, Chester.—22, 23, Nant-
wich.—24, Bolton.—25, 26, Liverpool, Super.
Bolam, John, 1824, 25, Ledbury.:—26, Hexham.
Bond, John, 1823, Market-Harborough.—24, Daventry.
—25, 26, Northampton, &c.
Bonner, Richard, 1814,* 15, Llanfy Ilin.—16, Llanrwst.—
17, Aberystwyth.—18, Carnarvon, &c.—19, Llanfyllin.
—20, 21, 22, Holywell.—23, 24, Merthyr-Tydville.—
25, London, North.—26, Beaumaris.
Boot, Richard, 1824, Weymouth.—25, 26, London, South.
Booth, James, 1816, Canada.—17, Montreal.—18, Bay of
Quinte.—19, 20, Kingston, &c.—21, Quebec.—22, St.
Armand’s.—23, 24, Odell-Town, &c.—25, 26, Quebec.
Booth, William O., 1824, 25, Doncaster.—26, Bingley.
Bourne, Alfred, 1823,*—24, Oxford.—25, Reading.—
26, Galle and Amlamgoddy.
Bowers, John, 1813,14, Northwich.—15, Macclesfield.—
16, Buxton.—17, Stafford.—18,19, Liverpool.—20, 21,
Burnley.—22, 23, 24, Wakefield.—25, 26, Huddersfield;
Bowes, Joseph, 1792, Pembroke.—93, Brecon.—94,
Glamorganshire.—95, Shepton-Mallet.—96, Penzance.
97, Redruth.—98, 99, Launceston.—1800, 1, Col-
lumpton.—2, Southampton.—3, 4, Loughborough.—
5, 6, St. Neot’s.—7, 8, Colchester.—9, Dursley.—10,
11, Downend.—12, 13, Bradford, Wilts,—14, 15,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
19
Shepton-Mallet.—16, 17, Melksham.—18, 19, Ban-
well.—20, 21, Evesham.—22, 23, Warminster.—24,
Melksham, &c.—25, Devizes.—26, Mansfield.
Boyd, John, 18-22,* 23, Trinity-Harbour, Newfoundland.
—24, 25, Bonavista, &c.—26, Port-de-Grave.
Bradnack, I., 1801, Antigua.—2, 3, Barbadoes.—4, 5,
6, 7, Jamaica.—8, Norwich.—9, Bungay.—10, 11, Diss.
—12, Bedford.—13, Bedford, &c.—14, Yarmouth.—
15, 16, 17, Biggleswade,—18, 19, 20, Spilsby.—21, 22,
23, Swaffham.—24, 25, Salisbury.—26, Truro.
Brailsford, Wilson, 1825, 26, Middleham.
Brandretii, J., 1821, Kendal.—22, Brough, &c.—23,
Garstang.—24, Melksham, &c.—25, Bromsgrove.—
26, Swansea.
Breedon, W., 1803, 4, Walsingham.—5, Yarmouth.—
6, Norwich.—7, Banbury.—8, 9, Daventry.—10, 11,
Newport.—12, 13, Whitchurch.—14, 15, Market-
ITarborough.—16, 17, Wellingborough.—18,19, Brack-
ley.—20, 21, Towcester.—22, 23, Walsingham.—24,
25, North-Walsham.—26, Bury St. Edmund’s.
Brettell, Jeremiaii, 1774, Lincolnshire, West.—75,Innis-
killen.—76, Armagh.—77, Lisburn.—78, 79, Maccles-
field.—80, Cornwall, East.—81, Liverpool.—82, Man-
chester.—83, Lynn.—84, Newcastle.—85, Bristol.—
86, London.—87, Bristol.—88, Birmingham.—89, 90,
Wolverhampton.—91, 92, Worcestershire.—93, 94,
Manchester.—95, 96, Stockport.—97, 98, Burslem —
99, 1800, 1, Macclesfield.—2, 3, Stroud.—4, 5, Shep-


20
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OE
ton-Mallet.—6, 7, Gloucester.—8, 9, Bath.—10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, Bristol, Super.
Bridden, John, Missionary, 1824, 25, 26, St. Vincent’s.
Bridgman, T., 1812, Greenock.—13, Perth, &c.—14,
Glasgow, &c.—15, Dunbar, &c.—16, 17, Perth, &c.—
18, Perth.—19, Montrose, &c.—20, 21, 22, Aberdeen.
—23, 24, 25, Carlisle.
Bridgnell, J., 1792, 93, 'Burslem.— 94, Birmingham.—
95, 96, Worcester.—97, Dudley.—98, Burslem.—99,
1800, Oxford.—1, 2, Hinckley.—3, 4, York.—5, 6,
Edinburgh.—7, 8, Wakefield.—9, 10, Birstal.—11, 12,
Blackburn.—13, 14, Keighley.—15, Prescot.—16, 17,
Burslem. —18, 19, Wcdnesbury.—20, 21, Rotherham.
—22, 23, West-Bromwich.—24, Ashby.-*—25, 26, West-
Bromwich, Super.
Bridgnell, W., 1822, Sandhurst.—23, A Missionary
Station.—24, Kornegalle.—25, Negombo, &c.—26,
Matura, &c.
Britten, Henry, B., 1825, South-Petherton.—26,
Antigua, East.
Broadbent, Samuel, 1815, Point-de-Galle.—16, Ceylon.
—17, Trincomalee.—18,* 19, Galle and Amlamgoddy.
—20, 21, Madagascar.—22, 23, 24, Boschuana-Coun-
try.—25, Salem, &c.—26, Penzance, Super.
Brockleiiurst, W., 1808, Leigh.—9, Leek.—10, Nant-
wich.—11, 12, Hinckley.—13, Cardiff.—14, Hunger-


TIIE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
21
ford.—15, 16, Monmouth.—17, 18, 19, Newport.—
20, 21, Bradwell.—22, 23, Luton.—24, 25, St. Neot’s.
—26, Biggleswade.
Bromley, James, 1811, Lynn.—12, 13, Norwich, &c.—
14, 15, Yarmouth.—16, 17, Canterbury.—18, 19,
Margate.—20, 21, Portsmouth.—22, 23, Newcastle.—
24, 25, 26, North-Shields.
Brooke, James, 1812, Newcastle-under-Lyne.—13, Bury.
—14, 15, Portsmouth.—16, Bradford.—17, Lichfield,
&c.—18, 19, Stourport.—20, Swansea.—21, 22, Ply-
mouth.—23, 24, Coventry.—25, 26, Kettering.
Brookhouse, J., 1795, 96, Portsmouth.—97, Guernsey.—
98, Grimsby.—99, Louth.—1800, Grimsby.—1, Burton.
—2, 3, Lancaster.—4, Leicester.—5, 6, Ilinckley.—
7, 8, Wolverhampton.—9, 10, Leek.—11, 12, Shrews-
bury.—13, 14, Nantwich.—15, 16, Newcastle-under-
Lyme.—17, 18, Dewsbury.—19, 20, Colne.—21, 22,
Congleton.—23, 24, Pontefract.—25, 26, Todmorden.
Brothwood, Thomas, 1825, Thetford.—26, Peterborough.
Brougham, Joseph, 1811,* 12, Brackley.—13, Kettering.
—14, Market-Harborough.—15, Daventry.—16, Luton.
—17, Bedford.—18, Bradwell.—19, Chipping-Norton.
—20, Biggleswade.—21, 22, Melton-Mowbray,—23,
Wellington.—24, 25, Deal.—26, Wednesbury.
Brown, J., Sen., 1807, Alnwick, &c.—8, Alstone.—9,
Sunderland.—10, 11. Holmfirth.—12, 13, Brentford.—
14, 15, Canterbury.—16, 17, 18, Port-au-Prince.—19,
20, Jersey.—21, 22, Guernsey and Sark, Super.—23,
24, 25, London, N. E. Super.—26, West-Bromwich.


22
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Brown, J., Jun., 1822,23, Isle of Wight.—24,25, Banbury.
Brown, Samuel, 1816, 17, 18, Sierra-Leone.—19, 20,
Nevis.—21, 22, Antigua.—23, 24, Warrington, Super.
—25, Sleaford.—26, Alford.
Brown, Thomas, 1825, 26, Ipswich.
Browne, J. R., 1815, Biggleswade.—16, 17, Ely.—18,
19, Bury St. Edmund’s.—20, 21, Diss.—22, 23, Thet-
ford.—24, 25, Swaffham.—26, Manningtree.
Bryant, Robert, 1814, Framlingham.—15, 16, Thetford.
17, Swaffham.—18, Holt.—19, 20, Bungay.—21, 22,
23, North-Walsham.—24, 25, 26, Walsingham.
Buckley, James, 1791, Colne.—92, Leicester.—93, Not-
tingham.—94, Glamorganshire.—95, Haverford-West.
—96, 97, Brecon.—98, 99, Diss.—1800, 1, Stourport.
—2, 3, Bristol.—4, 5, Bath.—6, 7, Plymouth-Dock.—
8, 9, Birmingham.—10, 11, Liverpool.—12, 13, Wake-
field.—14, 15, London.—16, 17, 18, Bath.—19, 20, 21,
Plymouth.—22, 23, Deptford.—24, 25, 26, Swansea.
Bumstead, James, 1807, Walsingham.—8, Littleport.—9,
Spilsby.—10, 11, Lincoln.—12, 13, Louth.—14, Thet-
ford.—15,16, Poole.—17, Salisbury.—18, Southampton.
—19, 20, Wisbeach.—21, 22, Horncastle.—23, 24,
Spalding.—25, Sleaford.—26, Louth.
Bumstead, John, 1804,* 5, 6, Thetford.—7, 8, St. Neot’s.
—9, 10, Yarmouth.—11, 12, Alnwick, &c.—13, 14,
Alstone.—15, 16, Barnard-Castle, &c.—17, 18, Stock-
ton.—19, 20, Whitehaven.—21, 22, 23, Douglas.—24,
25, 26, Whitchurch.


THE WESLEY AN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
Bunting, Jabez, 1799, 1800, Oldham.—1, 2, Maccles-
field.—3, 4, London.—5, 6, Manchester.—7, 8, Shef-
field.—9, 10, Liverpool.—11, 12, Halifax.—13, 14,
Leeds.—15, 16, 17, London, West.—18, 19, 20,
London, East.—21, 22, 23, London, N. E., Editor.—
24, 25, 26, Manchester, South.
Buntjng, William M., 1824,* 25, 26, Salford.
Burdsall, John, 1796, Ashby.—97, Dudley.—98, Bir-
mingham.—99, Rye.—1800, 1, Portsmouth.—2, Red-
ruth.—3, Helstone.—4, St. Austle.—5, Salisbury.—
6, 7, Plymouth-Dock.—8, 9, Leicester.—10, 11,
Newark.—12, 13, Shields.—14, 15, Rotherham.—
16, 17, Sowerby-Bridge.—18, 19, Glasgow, &c.—
20, 21, 22, London, East.—23, Margate.—24, 25, 26,
Deptford.
Burgess, Francis, 1807, Thetford.—8, Norwich.—9,Wal-
singham.—10, Harwich.—11, 12, Rye.—13, 14, Big-
gleswade.—15, Burton.—16, Grantham.—17, Boston.
—18, 19, Newport-Pagnell.—20, Brackley.—-21, 22,
23, Banbury.—24, Gainsborough.—25, 26, Swindon.
Burgess, John, 1824, 25, Ipswich.—26, Lowestoft.
Burgess, J., Sen., 1790, 91, Liverpool.—92, Birmingham.
93, Burslem.—94, Gloucestershire.—95, 96, Gloucester.
—97, 98, Worcester.—99, 1800, Burslem.—1, 2, Roch-
dale,—3, Stockport.—4, 5, Redruth.—6, Helstone.—
7, 8, Penzance.—9, 10, Truro.—11, 12, St. Austle.—
13, 14, Liskeard.—15, 16, Plymouth.—17, 18, 19,
Camelford.—20, 21, Redruth.—22, 23, Truro.—24,
25, Penzance.—26, Exeter.


24
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Burgess, J., Jun., 1812, Ormskirk.—13, Alnwick, &c.—
14, 15, Brough.—16, 17, Ramsay.—18, 19, Douglas.—
20, Ayr, &c.—21, 22, 23, Guisborougli.—24, 25,
North-Shields.—26, Darlington.
Burgess, W. P., 1814, Liskeard.—15, 16, Plymouth.—17,
Camelford.—18, 19, Guernsey, &c.—20, 21, Falmouth.
—22, 23, Truro,—24, 25, Penzance.—26, Exeter.
Burley, James, 1796, Horncastle.—97, 98, Rye.—99,
Bristol.—1800, 1, Bedford—2, 3, Northampton.—4,
Lynn.—5, Walsingham.—6. Yarmouth.—7, Thetford.—
8, 9, Littlcport.—10, 11, Stamford.—12, 13, Kettering.
—14, 15, Whitchurch.—16, 17, High-Wycomb.—18,
19, Market-Harborough.—20,21, Wellingborough.—22,
23, Melton-Mowbray.—24, 25,Cromford.—26, Bungay.
Burt, William, 1816,* 17, 18, Fredericton, Nova-Scotia.
—19, 20, 21, Horton, &c.—22, Newport.—23, 24,
Charlotte-Town, Prince Edward's Island.—25, 26,
Odell-Town, &c.
Burton, John, 1825, Missionary.—26, Dominica.
Busby, Sampson, 1812, 13, 14, Newfoundland.—15, Car-
bonear.—16, Prince Edward’s Island.—17, 18, Anna-
polis.—19, 20, 21, Liverpool, Nova-Scotia.—22, 23,
Horton.—24, 25, 26, Annapolis.
Bustard, John, 1807, Mansfield.—8, Belper.—9, 10,
Ilkestone.—11, Leicester.—12, Isle of Wight.—13, 14,
Rye.—15, 16, Ipswich.—17, 18, Deal.—19, Sheerness.
—20, 21, 22, Chesterfield.—23, 24, Howden.—25, 26,
Sevenoaks.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS. 25
Button, John Wesley, 1821, Witney.—22, Oxford.—
23, 24, Tiverton.—25, 26, Launceston.
Byrom, James M., 1785, Norwich.—86, Sussex.—87,
88, Kent.—89, 90, Northampton.—91, Penzance.—92,
St. Austle.—93, Plymouth.—94, Bradford, Wilts.—95,
96, Taunton.—97, 98, Salisbury.—99, Truro.—1800,
I, Launceston.—2, 3, Shepton-Mallet.—4, 5, Glouces-
ter.—6, Bath.—7, 8, Portsmouth.—9, 10, Stroud.—11,
Worcester, &c.—12, 13, Worcester.—14, Plymouth-
Dock.—15, 16, 17, Cheltenham.—18, 19, 20, Glouces-
ter.—21, 22, Bradford, Wilts.—23, 24, 25, 26, Frome,
Super.
Bythway, William, 1824, Ipswich.—25, Colchester.—
26, Thetford.
Cadman, Jonathan, 1825, Waltham-Abbey.—26, St. Chris-
topher’s.
Calder, Frederick, 1808, Witney.—9, Portsmouth.—10,
II, St. Neot’s.—12, Lynn, &c.—13, 14, Birmingham.
—15, 16, Deptford.—17, Nottingham.—18, 19, 20,
Brighton.—21, 22, 23, Canterbury.—24, 25, 26, Mar-
gate.
Callaway, John, 1815, 16, Ceylon.—17, Matura.—18,
19, Matura, &c.—20, Colombo, &c.—21, 22, 23,
Galle, &c.—24, Matura, &c.—25, Colombo.—26, Holds-
worthy.
Campbell, Daniel, 1798, 99, 1800, 1, 2, 3, Jamaica.—
4, 5, Taunton.—6, 7, Weymouth.—8, 9, Northampton.
—10, Oxford.—11, 12, Nantwich.—13, 14, Kington.—
c


26
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
15, 16, 17, Gloucester.—18, 19, 20, Bradford, Wilts.—
21, 22, Shepton-Mallet.—23, 24, Yarmouth.—25, 26,
Bedford, &c.
Carlton, William, 1808, 9, Winterton.—10,11, Bridling-
ton.—12, York.—13, Buxton.—14,15, Malton.—16,17,
Ripon.—18, 19, 20, Scarborough.—21, 22, Bacup.—
23, 24, 25, Knaresborough.—26, Sunderland.
Carter, Hugh, 1805, Manchester.—6, Pwlhelly.—7, 8,
Dolgelly.—9, 10, 11, London, East.—12, 13, Aberyst-
wyth.—14, 15, Llanidlos.—16, 17, 18, Newtown.—19,
20, Monmouth, &c.—21, Oswestry.—22, Wrexham.—
23,24, Andover.—25, Coventry.—26, Northampton, &c.
Carver, Robert, 1815, 16, Ceylon.—17, Jaffnapatam.—
18, Point-Pedro.—19, 20, Trincomalee.—21, Jaffna
and Point-Pedro.—22, Trincomalee.—23, 24, Jaffna
and Point-Pedro.—25, 26, Madras.
Carvosso, Benjamin, 1814,* 15,Liskeard.—16, Bodmin.—
17, St. Austle.—18, Camelford.—19, New South-Wales.
—20, 21, Van Diemen’s Land.—22, Sydney, Paramatta,
&c.—23, Van Diemen’s Land.—24, Sydney, &c.—25,
Paramatta.—26, Hobart-Town, Van Diemen’s Land.
Casson, Hodgson, 1815, 16, Ayr, &c.—17, 18, Kendal.
—19, 20, Brough.—21,22, 23, Dumfries.—24, 25, 26,
Richmond, &c.
Catterick, Thomas, 1816, Fredericton, Nova-Scotia.— •
17, Kington.—18, 19, Fort-Wellington.—20, Niagara.
—21, 22, Shefford.—23, Colne.—24, Walsingham.—
25, Swaffham.—26, Walsingham.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
27
Catton, James, 1823, 24, Spalding.—25, Stamford.—26,
Oakham.
Catts, James, 1816, 17, 18, Port-au-Prince, Hayti.—
19, Tortola.—20, St. Eustatius.—21, 22, 23, Dominica.
—24, Ormskirk.—25, 26, Guernsey, &c.
Chambers, George, 1824, Bradwell.—25, Halifax.—26,
Macclesfield.
Chapman, Daniel, 1826, Burslem.
Chapman, Edward, 1804, Cardiff.—5, Welch-Pool.—6,
Newtown.—7, Kington.—8, Helstone.—9, Bodmin.—
10, Tavistock.—11, Stratton.—12, 13, Dunster.—14,
15, Kingsbridge.—16, 17, Brixham.—18, 19, Somerton.
—20, 21, Southampton.—22, Andover.—23, 24, Shafts-
bury.—25, 26, Leek.
Chapman, Joseph, 1810, New-Mills.—11, Bacup.—12,
Prescot.—13, Ashton-under-Line, &c.—14, Mansfield,
&C.—15, Worksop.—16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, 26, Bridlington, Super.
Ciieesewright, James, 1819, West-Indies.—20, 21,
Grenada.—22, 23, 24, Demerara.—25, 26, Tobago.
Cheesewrigiit, Joseph, 1818, Wisbeacli.—19, 20, Swaff-
ham.—21, 22, Bury St. Edmund’s.—23, 24, Attle-
borough.—25, 26, Patrington.
Cheetham, Charles, 1823, 24, Swaffham.—25, Norwich.
—26, Manchester, North.
c 2


28
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Chettle, John, 1797, 98, Hinckley.—99, Lancaster.—
1800, Preston.—1, Colne.—2, Todmorden.—3, 4, Wor-
cester.—5, Shrewsbury.—6, Carmarthen.—7, 8, Burton.
— 9, 10, Southampton.—11, 12, Weymouth.—13, 14,
Gloucester.—15, 16, Lynn.—17, 18, Macclesfield.—
19, 20, Rochdale.—21, Oldham.—22, 23, Shrewsbury.
—24, 25, 26, Wednesbury.
Cheverton, Henry, 1807, Dover.—8, Sevenoaks.—9,
Luton.—10, Newbury.—11, Bedford.—12, Isle of
Wight.—13, 14, Midsummer-Norton.—15, Melksham.
16, Brighton.—17, 18, Luton.—19, Chelmsford.—20,
21, Warminster, 22, 23, Launceston.—24, 25, Swansea.
—26, Aylesbury.
Clarke, Adam, 1782, Bradford, Wilts.—83, Norwich.—
84, Cornwall, East.—85, Plymouth.—86, 87, 88,
Jersey.—89, Bristol.—90, Dublin.—91, 92, Manchester.
93, 94, Liverpool.—95, 96, 97, London.—98, 99, 1800,
Bristol.—1, 2, Liverpool.—3, 4, Manchester.—5, 6,
London.—7, London, New-Chapel.—8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
London, West.'f—13, 14, London, East.—15, 16, Man-
chester.—17, 18, 19, Liverpool.—20, 21, 22, Salford.
—23, 24, London, West.—25, 26, London, North.
Clarke, George, 1813, Garstang.—14, Ramsay.—15,
Castletown.—16, Ulverstone.—17, 18, Stockton.—19,
20, Richmond, &c.—21, 22, Brough, &c.—23, 24, 25,
Alstone.—26, Hexham.
f Dr. Clarke was continued in London in compliance with the
request of the Committee of the Bible Society; and on account of his
other public engagements.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
29
Clarkson, William H., 1820,* 21, 22, Biggleswade.—
23, Chichester.—24, Worthing.—25, 26, Newark.
Claxton, Marshall, 1799, Scarborough.—1800, Malton.
—1, 2, Whitehaven.—3, Bridlington.—4, Sunderland.
—5, 6, Barnard-Castle.—7, Belper.—8, 9, Lough-
borough.—10, 11, Ashby.—12, Bolton.—13, 14
Leicester.—15, 16, Mansfield.—17, 18, 19, Shrews-
bury.—20, 21, 22, Kingswood.—23, 24, 25, Chelten-
ham.—26, Gloucester.
Clayton, Benjamin, 1822, 23, Holt.—24, Ripon.—25,
Bristol.—26, Derby.
Clayton, Isaac, 1801, Thetford.—2, St. Neot’s.—3,
Northampton.—4, Sevenoaks.—5, London.—6, Dover.
7, Sheffield.—8, 9, Huddersfield.—10, Keighley.—
11, Barnsley.—12, Bristol.—13, 14, Skipton.—15, 16,
Addingham.—17, Stockton.—18, Richmond.—19, Rich-
mond, &c.—20, 21, 22, Middleham.—23, 24, Brough,
&c.—25, 26, Tadcaster.
Clegg, William, 1808, Spilsby.—9, Louth.—10, Win-
terton.—11, 12, Retford.—13, Perth, &c.—14, Perth.
—15, Perth, &c.—16, Dundee.—17, 18, Dundee, &c.
19, 20, 21, Durham.—22, 23, 24, Keighley.—25, 26,
Liverpool.
Cloake, John W., 1808,* 9, 10, South-Devon.—11, 12,
Oakhampton.—13, 14, Helstone.—15, Worcester.—16,
17, Redditch.—18, 19, Wednesbury.—20, 21, Banbury.
22, 23, Liskeard.—24, St. Austle.—25, 26, Barnstaple.
Close, Titus, 1818, Asia.-—19, 20, 21, Madras.—22,


30
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OE
Negapatam.—23, Plymouth.—24, 25, 26, Wolver-
hampton.
Clough, Benjamin, 1813, 14, Ceylon.—15, 16, Point-de-
Galle.—17, 18, Colombo.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
Colombo and Colpetty.—25, 26, Colombo.
Clough, William, 1823,* 24, Brigg.—25, St. Chris-
tophe r’s.—26, Nevis.
Coates, John, 1806, Launceston.—7,’f 8, Luton.—95
St. Neot’s.—10, Biggleswade.—11, 12, Sevenoaks.—
13, Deptford.—14, 15, Southampton.—16, Isle of
Wight.—17, 18, Poole.—19, 20, Cardiff.—21, 22,
Teignmouth.—23, 24, Liskeard.—25, 26, Kingsbridge.
Cocking, Thomas, 1819,* 20, Spilsby.—21, Boston.—22,
Brackley.—23, Witney.—24, Wantage.—25, 26, Cam-
bridge.
Collier, Francis, 1797, Brecon.—98, Walsingham.—99,
1800, Norwich.—1, St. Neot’s.—2, Northampton.—3,
Penzance.—4, 5, Launceston.—6, 7, Collumpton.—8, 9,
Truro.—10, 11, Melstone.—-12, 13, Bodmin.—14, 15,
Stroud, &c.—16, 17, Ashburton.—18, 19, 20, Taunton.
—21, 22, 23, Gloucester.—24, 25, 26, Evesham.
Collier, Joseph, 1795, Chester.—96, 97, Oldham.—98,
Halifax.—99, Wakefield.—1800, 1, Huddersfield.—2,
3, Rotherham.—4, 5, Pontefract.—'6, 7, Keighley.—8,
9, Bradford.—10, Bury.—11, Rotherham.—12, Bristol.
—13, 14, Haverford-West.—15, 16, Birmingham.—17,
18, 19, Carmarthen.—20, Newport.—21, 22, 23, Man-
f Retired from want of health.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
31
Chester.—24, Portsmouth.—25, Carmarthen, Super,'—
26, Birstal.
Colwell, Charles, 1810, Bradford, Wilts.—11, 12,
Melksham.—13, Warminster.—14, Exeter.—15, Pen-
zance.—16, Liskeard.—17, St. Austle.—18, 19, Swan-
sea.—20, Newport.—21, 22, High-Wycomb.—23, Sand-
hurst.—24, Helstone.—25, 26, Scilly Islands.
Constable, William, 1806, St. Christopher’s.—7, Brecon.
—8, 9, Kettering.—14, Sevenoaks.—15, Leicester.—
16, 17, Coventry.-—18, 19, Isle of Wight.—20, 21,
Hungerford.—22, 23, Buxton.—24, Cromford.—25, 26,
Belper.
Cook, Charles, 1816,* 17, Waltham-Abbey.—18, 19,
Beuville, Perrier, and Conde.—20, 21, 22, 23, South
of France.—24, Palestine.—25, 26, South of France.
Cook, Corbet, 1809,* 10, Walsingham.—11,12, Norwich.
—13, Nortli-Walsham.—-14, 15, 16, Boston.—17, 18,
Barton.—19, 20, 21, Louth.—22, 23, 24, Ipswich.—25,
26, Witney.
Cook, James, 1823, Ipswich.-—24, 25, Waltham-Abbey.—
26, Sevenoaks.
Cooper, Richard, 1814,* 15, Broseley.—16, Bury.—17,
18, Sevenoaks.—19, 20, 21, Hammersmith, &c.—22,
23, Windsor.—24, Chelmsford.—25, 26, St. Alban’s.
Cooper, Thomas, 1781, Sussex.—82, Norwich.—83,84,
Colchester.—87, Birmingham.—88, Plymouth.,—89,
Wolverhampton.—90, 91, Burslem.—92, 93, Sheffield.


32
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT 0E
94, 95, Newark.—96, Ashby.—97, 98, Birmingham.—
99, 1800, Manchester.—1, 2, Bolton.—3, 4, Liverpool.
—5, 6, Leeds.—7, 8, Birstal.—9, 10, Todmorden.—
11, 12, Bacup.—13, 14, Rochdale.—15, 16, Liverpool.
—17, 18, Huddersfield.—19, 20, Holmfirth.—21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 26, Liverpool, Super.
Corlett, John, 1824, Kendal.—25, Harbour-Grace, New-
foundland.—26, Trinity-Bay.
Corneorth, David, 1814,* 15, Hereford, &c.—16, 17,
Broseley.—18, 19, Newport.—20,21, 22, Dursley.—23,
24, 25, Downend.—26, Uttoxeter.
Coultas, William, 1810, Nevis.—11, Tortola, &c.—12,
Tortola, Spanish-Town, &c.—13,14, Antigua.—15, 16,
St. Vincent’s.—17, Brigg.—18, 19, Bramley.—20, 21,
Preston.—22, 23, Chester.—24, Chesterfield.—25, 26,
Retford.
Courties, John, 1826, Sierra-Leone.
Cousin, Michael, 1804, 5, Retford.—6, Grimsby.—7,
Louth.—8, Ramsay.—9, Hexham.—10,11, Redditch.—
12, Redditch, &c.—13,14, Stroud, &c.—15, Tiverton.—
16, 17, Evesham.—18, Stafford.—19, Newcastle-under-
Lyme.—20, New-Mills.—21, 22, Congleton.—23, 24,
Leigh.—25, Clithero.—26, Otley.
Cox, James, 1823, Missionary.—24, St. Christopher’s.—
25, St. Eustatius.—26, Antigua, East.
Crabtree, Abraham, 1811, Horncastle.—12, Grimsby.—
13,14, Alnwick, &c,—15, Greenock, &c.—16, Greenock.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
33
■—17, Dunfermline.'—18, 19, Holmfirth.—20, 21,
Keighley.—22, 23, 24, Clithero.—25, 26, Whitby.
Crane, Robert H., 1818, Nova-Scotia.—19, Ramsheg.—
20, Shelburne.—21, Shelburne, &c.—22, Parrsborough.
23, Shelburne, &c.—24, 25, Murray-Harbour.—26,
Wallace, Nova-Scotia.
Crofts, John, 1820, 21, West-Indies.—22, Bellemont.—
23, Port-Antonio, Jamaica.—24, 25, Spanish-Town.—
26, Montego-Bay, &c. Jamaica.
Croggan, Walter Oke, 1817,* 18, 19, St. Austle.—20,
21, Liskeard.—22, 23, South of France.—24, 25, Cha-
renton.—26, Calvados, L’ Orne, &c.
Crompton, Samuel, 1813, Axminster.—14, Shepton-Mal-
let.—15, 16, Shrewsbury.—17, Northwich----18, 19,
West-Bromwich.—20, 21, Woodhouse-Grove.—22, 23,
Sunderland.—24, 25, Burnley.—26, Sheffield.
Crooks, William, 1825,* 26, Evesham.
Croscombe, William, 1810, Shepton-Mallet.—11, Halifax,
Nova-Scotia.—12, Horton.—13, 14, Horton, &c.—15,
City St. John’s.—16, St. Vincent’s.—17, 18, Liverpool,
Nova-Scotia.—19, 20, Nottingham.—21, 22, 23, Gib-
raltar.—24, 25, 26, St. John’s.
Crowe, John, 1815, Biggleswade.—16, Ampthill.—17,
Daventry.—18, 19, Towcester.—20, Manningtree.
—21, 22, Ely.—23, 24, 25, Chichester.—26,
Hastings.


34
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Crowther, Jonathan, 1823, 24, 25, Kingswood, Head
Master of the School.—26, York.
Crowther, Robert, 1789,* 90, Colchester.—91, Sussex.—
92, Canterbury.—93, 94, Leek.—95, Macclesfield.—96,
97, Chester.—98, 99, Gainsborough.—1800, Lynn.—
1, 2, Derby.—3, 4, Shrewsbury.—5, 6, Salisbury.—7,
8, Southampton.—9, 10, Burton.—11, 12, Chesterfield.
13, 14, Loughborough.—15, 16, Cromford.—17, 18,
Denby.—19, 20, 21, Bakewell.—22, 23, Grimsby.—24,
25, Blackburn.—26, Haslingden.
Crowther, Timothy, 1784,* 85, Bradford, Wilts.—86,
Plymouth.—87, Derby.—88, 89, Sussex.—90, 91, Red-
ruth.—92, 93, St. Austle.—94, Taunton.—95, 96,
Blackburn, 97, 98, Colne.—99, 1800, Keighley.—1,
Sheffield.—2, Castle-Donnington.—3, 4, Whitby.—5, 6,
Blackburn.—7, Newcastle.—8, Liverpool, Super.—9,
10, Wetherby.—11, Northwich.—12, Warrington.—13,
14, Wigan.—15, Leeds, Super.—16, 17, 18, War-
rington, Super.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, North-
wich, Super.
Crump, Joseph, 1825, Weymouth.—26, Watlington.
Cubitt, George, 1813, Leighton-Buzzard.—14, 15,
Brighton.—16, Carbonear.—17, 18, St. John’s, New-
foundland, Super.—19, Glasgow, &c.—20, 21, Boston.
—22, 23, 24, Oxford.—25, 26, Bristol.
Cullen, John, 1809, Higham-Ferrers.—10, Grantham.—
11, Mansfield.—12, Leicester.—13, Hinckley.—14,
Gloucester.—15, Bedford.—16, Kettering.—17, 18,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
35
Banbury.—19, 2 0, Norwich.—21, 22, Louth.—23, 24,
25, Higham-Ferrers.—26, St. Neot’s.
Cullingford, John, 1825, Spilsby.—26, Nevis, West-
Indies.
Cusworth, Joseph, 1807, 8, Dursley.—9, 10, Margate.—
11, Brentford.—12, 13, Dover.—14, 15, Rye.—16, 17,
18, Rochester.—19, 20, 21, Deptford.—22, 23, Don-
caster.—24, 25, 26, Canterbury.
Dalby, William, 1807, Ramsay.—8, Burton.—9, 10,
Barnard-Castle, &c.—11, 12, Ilkestone.—13, 14, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—15, 16, Lincoln.—17, 18, 19,
Loughborough.—20, 21, Newark—22, Barnard-Castle.
—23, 24, Chesterfield.—25, 26, Barnsley.
Dall, Robert, 1772, 73, Aberdeen.—74, Newry.—75,
Armagh.—76, Inniskillen.—77,* 78, Isle of Man.—87,
Dumfries.—88, Ayr, &c.—89, Edinburgh.—90, Kelso.
—91, 92, Dundee.—93, Glasgow, &c.—94, Berwick,
&c.—95, 96, Dumfries.—97, 98, Whitehaven.—99,
Keighley.—1800, Sunderland.—1, 2, Douglas.—3,
Blackburn.—4, York.—5, Bridlington.—6, 7, White-
haven.—8, Dumfries.—9, Penrith.—10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
15, 16, 17,18, Whitehaven, Super.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, Preston, Super.—25, 26, Manchester, South, Super.
Davies, John,’1806, Llangollen.—7, Beaumaris.—8, 9,
Lampeter.—10, 11, Llandilo.—12, 13, Merthyr-Tyd-
ville.—14, 15, 16, Cardigan.—17, 18, Carmar-
then, &c.—19, 20, Cardiff.—21, 22, Holywell.—23,
24, 25, Llanfyllin.—26, Cardigan.


36
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Davies, Owen, 1789,* 90, Bedford.—91, Lynn.—92,
Bristol, 93, Northampton.—94, Chester.—95, Oxford.
—96, Bristol.—97, 98, Penzance.—99, Redruth.—1800,
I, 2, 3, Ruthin.—4, 5, Denbigh.—6, North-Wales.—
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, Denbigh.—12, 13, 14, 15, Ruthin, &c.
—16, 17, Liverpool, &c.—18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, Liverpool, Super.
Davies, Samuel, 1807, 8, Carnarvon.—9, Denbigh.—10,
II, Liverpool.—12, Llanidlos.—13, Dolgelly.—14, 15,
Ruthin, &c.—16, 17, 18, Holywell.—19, 20, Carnar-
von, &c.—21, 22, 23, Liverpool.—24, 25, Dolgelly.—
26, Llanfyllin, &c.
Davies, Thomas H., 1824,* 25, Ramsheg.—26, Murray-
Harbour.
Davies, William, 1st, 1805, Beaumaris.—6, Machyn-
lleth.—7, Aberystwyth.—8, Lampeter.—9, Llandilo.—
10, Neath.—11, Caerphilly.—12, Cardiff.—13, Cardi-
gan.—14, London, East.—15, 16, 17, Sierra-Leone.—
18, At the disposal of the Missionary Committee.—19,
20, Penzance.—21, 22, 23, Aberystwyth.—24, 25,
26, Carnarvon.
Davies, William, 2d, 1809, Machynlleth.—10, 11,
Aberystwyth.'—12, Pwlhelly.—13, 14, Carnarvon.—
15, 16, Brecon.—17, Cardigan.—18, 19, Newtown.—
20, Oswestry.—21, 22, Ludlow.—23, 24, New-Mills.—
25, Redditch.—26, Redditch, &c.
Davies, William, 3d, 1822, 23, Kington.—24, 25, Wrex-
ham.—26, Coventry.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS. 37
Davis, Henry, 1821, 22, West-Indies.—23, St. Chris-
topher’s.—24, St. Martin’s.—25, Perth.—26, Dundee
and Perth.
Davis, John, Sen., 1802, 3, St. Austle.—4, 5, Penzance.—
6, Truro.—7, 8, Helstone.—9, 10, Liskeard.—11, 12,
PlymouthrDock.—13, 14, Bristol.—15, Shrewsbury.—
16, 17, Sheffield.—18, Nottingham.—19, 20, Maccles-
field.—21, 22, Salford.—23, 24, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
—25, 26, Keighley.
Davis, John, Jun., 1818, West-Indies.—19, 20, Abaco.—21,
Harbour-Island.—22, Eleuthera.—23, Spanish-Town.—
24, Waiting a foreign appointment.—25, Salem, Albany.
—26, Salem, &c.
Davis, Thomas, 1808, Brough.— 9, Douglas.—10, Burn-
ley.—11, Walsingham.—12, Yarmouth.—13, Wigan.—
14, 15, Bury.—16, 17, 18, Gibraltar.—19, Keighley.—
20, 21, 22, Ashton-under-Line.—23, 24, Bacup.—25,
26, Sunderland.
Dawes, Mark, 1809, Leigh.—10, Ormskirk.—11, 12,
Halifax, 13, Birstal.—14, 15, Luton.—16, 17, Knares-
borough.—18, 19, New-Mills.—20, Blackburn.—21,
22, Pocklington.—23, 24, Whitby.—25, 26, Chester-
field.
Dawson, Samuel, 1826, St. Mary’s and the River
Gambia.
Day, Matthew, 1811, Bodmin.—12, Camelford.—13,14,
Banwell.—15, Gloucester.—16, 17, Dunster.—18, 19,
• D


38
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OE
Brixham.—20, 21, Somerton.—22, Melksham, &c.—
23, 24, 25, 26, Bradford, Wilts., Super.
Day, Robert, 1820, 21, Holt.—22, 23, 24, Lowestoft.—
25, Attleborough.—26, Diss.
Day, Simon, 1780, Cornwall, East.—81, 82, Cornwall,
West.—83, 84, Oxfordshire.—85, 86, Bradford.—87,
Pembroke.—88, Leicester.—89, 90, Gloucestershire.—
91, Wolverhampton.—92, 93, Birmingham.—94, 95,
96, Leicester.—97, 98, Hinckley.—99, 1800, Colne.-—
1, Bolton.—2, 3, Preston.—4, 5, Northwich.—6, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—7, 8, Grantham.—9, 10, Hinckley.
—11,12, Coventry.—13,14, Merthyr-Tydville.—15,16,
Newport.—17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
Frome, Super.
Deakins, David, 1797, Northampton.—98, St. Ives.—99,
Rye.—1800, Thetford.—1, Colchester.—2, Higham-
Ferrers.—3, Preston.—4, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—5,
Dudley.—6, 7, Brecon.—8, 9, Merthyr-Tydville.—10,
Hereford.—11, 12, Newtown.—13, Shrewsbury.—14,
15, Dursley.—16, 17, Daventry.—18, 19, Hungerford.
—20, Witney, &c.—21, 22, Shaftsbury.—23, Mon-
mouth.—24, 25, Brigg.—26, Easingwold.
Denison, Isaac, 1823, 24, Forest of Dean.—25, 26,
Dursley.
Denton, John, 1789, Chester.—90, Liverpool.—91, Mac-
clesfield.—92, Burslem.—93, Penzance.— 94, Shrews-
bury.—95, Rochdale.—96, Blackburn.—97, 98, Colne.
—99, Louth.—1800, Otley.—1, 2, Keighley.—3, 4,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
39
Birstal.—5, Derby.—6, 7, Loughborough.—8, 9, Ashby.
—10, Nantwich.—11, 12, Hinckley.—13, 14, Burton.
—15, Toweester.—16, 17, Congleton.—18, 19, Wol-
verhampton.—20, 21, West-Bromwich.—22, 23, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—24, Loughborough.—25, 26, Lei-
cester, Super.
Dernaley, Abel, 1824, 25, Ramsay.—26, Garstang.
Derry, Francis, 1802, Kettering.—3, Canterbury.—4,
Barnsley.—5, 6, Dursley.—7, Swansea.—8, Rotherham.
—9, 10, Guernsey, &c.—11, 12, Portsmouth.—13, 14,
Newbury.—15, Plymouth-Dock.-—16, Weymouth.—17,
Birmingham.—18, 19, Barnsley.—20, 21, 22, Malton.
—23, 24, Retford.—25, Bingley.—26, Otley.
Desbrisay, Albert, 1822, Cumberland, &c., Nova-Scotia.
—23, 24, Parrsborough and Meccan.—25, 26, Shef-
field, New-Brunswick.
Dickin, Thomas, 1824, Keighley.—25, Macclesfield.—
26, Malton.
Dixon, James, 1812, Hereford, &c.—13, 14, Kington.—
15, Brecon.—16, Cardiff.—17, 18, Kington.—19, 20,
Luton.—21, 22, 23, Gloucester.—24, Gibraltar.—25,
26, Wakefield.
Dixon, Miles C., 1809,* 10, 11, Tortola, &c.—12, St.
Bartholomew’s.—13, St. Vincent’s—14, 15, Grenada.
—16, Ormskirk.—17, North-Shields.—18, 19, Lan-
caster.—20, Wigan.—21,22, Spilsby.—23, 24, Norwich.
—25, 26, Ipswich.
D 2


40
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Dixon, William, 1806, Belper.—7, 8, Dursley.—9,
Downend.—10, Worcester.—11, Oxford, &c.—12, Do-
ver.—13, Swaffham.—14, 15, Wetherby.-—16, 17,
Worksop.—18, 19, Biggleswade.—20,21, 22, Newport-
Pagnell.—22, 23, 24, 25, Higham-Ferrers, Super.—26,
Bedford, &c. Super.
Dodd, Thomas, 1809, Newtown.—10, Kington.—11,
Downend.—12, 13, Dunster.—14, Launceston.—15,
Bodmin.—16, St. Austle.—17, South-Petherton.—18,
19, Swindon.—20, Witney, &c.—21, Swaffham.—22,
Framlingham.—23, 24, Abergavenny.—25, Garstang.—
26, Ledbury and Forest of Dean.
Doncaster, Andrew H., 1824, Ely.—25, 26, Melton-
Mowbray.
Doncaster, John, 1790, Dundee.—91, 92, Inverness.—
—93, Edinburgh.—94, Glasgow, &c.—95, Glasgow.—
—96, Berwick.—97, Aberdeen.—98, 99, Dumfries.—
1800, Alnwick.—1, Newcastle.—3, 4, Barnard-Castle.
—5, 6, Whitby.—7, 8, Oldham.—9, 10, Halifax.—11,
12, Gainsborough.—13, Chester.—14, 15, Sheffield.—
16, Bacup.—17, 18, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—19, Bel-
per.—20, 21, Stockport.— 22, 23, Hull.—24, 25, Lough-
borough.—26, Melton-Mowbray.
Douglas, George, 1793, 94, Inverness.—95, Edinburgh.
96, 97, Brechin.—98, Aberdeen, &c.—99, Brechin.—
1800, Dumfries.—1, 2, Peel.—3, 4, Douglas.—5, 6,
Flexham.—7, 8, Carlisle.—9, 10, Dumfries.—11, 12,
Brechin.—13, Penrith.—14, 15, Framlingham.-—16,
17, Walsingham.—18, 19, Brigg.—20, 21, Stamford, &c.


HIE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
41
—22, Driffield.—23, Pickering.—24, 25, Richmond, &c.
—26, Alstone.
Dowson, William, 1810, Trinidad.—11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
16, New-Providence, &c.—17, Leigh.—18, Newcastle-
upon-Tyne.—19, 20, Barnard-Castle.—21,22, Stockton.
—23, 24, Bermuda.—25, Harbour-Island, &c.—26,
New-Providence, Bahamas.
Dowty, Thomas, 1803, Thetford.—4, 5, Rye.—6, 7,
Sevenoaks.—8, 9, Oxford.—10, 11, Kettering.—12,
Manchester, &c.—13, Salford.—14, 15, Coventry.—16,
17, Stourport.—18, 19, 20, Dudley.—21, 22, Chelten-
ham.—23, 24, 25, Kingswood.—26, Frome.
Draper, John C., 1802, Bridlington.—3, Rochester.—4,
Yarmouth.—5, Lynn.-—6, 7, Newcastle.— 8, Penrith.—
9, Kendal.—10, Whitehaven.—11, 12, Lincoln.—13,
14, Epworth.—15, 16,. Leek.—17, 18, 19, Nantwich.
—20, 21, Nottingham.—22, Dewsbury.—23, 24, 25,
Otley.—26, Sheerness.
Dunbar, James, 1806, Spilsby.— 7, Stamford.—8, 9,
Northampton.—10, Aberdeen.—11, 12, Bermuda.—13,
Jamaica.—14, Shelburne.—15, 16, Annapolis.—17,
Cumberland.—18, 19, Halifax, Nova-Scotia.—20, 21,
22, Bermuda.—23, 24, Shepton-Mallet.—25, 26, Wey-
mouth.
Duncan, Peter, 1819, West-Indies.—20, Jamaica.—21,
22, Morant-Bay.—23, Kingston.—24, Bath, &c. Ja-
maica.—25, Port-Royal.—26, Kingston and Port-
Royal.


42
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Dunn, Moses, 1804, Holderness.j-—5, Scarborough.—6,
Wetherby.—7, Richmond.—8, Alnwick.—9, Surrey
Mission.—10, Bletchingley, &c.—11, Barnet.—12, 13,
Spilsby.—14, Walsingham.—15, Holt.—16, 17, Attle-
borough.—18, Redditch.—19, Stafford.—20, 21, Nant-
wich.—22, Gateshead.—23, Richmond, &c.—24, 25,
Horncastle.—26, Ludlow.
Dunn, Samuel, 1820,* 21, Pembroke.—22, 23, Shet-
land Isles.—24, Lerwick.—25, 26, Newcastle-upon-
Tyne.
Dunn, Thomas, 1823, Bristol.—24, 25, Walsingham.—
26, Alstone.
Dunning, Joseph, 1812, 13, Kettering.—14, Brackley.—
15, Scilly-Islands.—16, 17, Newbury.—18, 19, Ban-
bury.—20, 21, Brecon.—22, 23, Reading.—24, 25,
Dunbar, &c.—26, Macclesfield.
Earnshaw, Joseph, 1823, 24, Barnstaple.—25, 26,
Teignmouth.
Eastwood, Thomas, 1812, Cromford.—13, Belper.—14,
Winterton.—15, Brigg.—16, Stroud.—17, Somerton.—
18, 19, Weymouth.—20, Denby.—21, 22, Nantwich.—
23, Wellington.—24, 25, Colne.—26, Sunderland.
Eckersley, Thomas, 1814, 15, Swindon.—16, Spalding.
—17, Spilsby.—18, 19, Market-Raisen.—20, 21, 22,
Barton.—23, 24, 25, Epworth.—26, Grimsby.
4 Missionary in Holderness.


THE WESLEYAN-METJIODIST PREACHERS.
43
Eden, William H. L., 1812, Preston.—13, 14, Uttoxeter.
—15, 16, Stafford.—17, 18, Cheltenham.—19, 20,
Evesham.—21, 22, Evesham, Super.—23, 24, 25,
Burton, &c. Super.— 26, Olney.
Edmonds, John, 1823, A Missionary Station.—24, 25,
Sherborne.—26, Tiverton.
Edmondson, Jonathan, Sen., 1786, Epworth.—87, Horn-
castle.— 88, Hull.—89, York.—90, Bradford.—91,
Horncastle.—92, Wakefield.—93, Birmingham.—94,
London.—95, 96, Colne.—97, 98, Leicester.—99,
1800, Burton.—1, 2, 3, Ashby.—4, 5, Stourport.—6, 7,
Dudley.—8, 9, Burslem.—10, 11, Derby.—12, 13,
Portsmouth.—14, 15, London, West.—16, 17, Wor-
cester.—18, 19, 20, Birmingham.—21, 22, 23, Ro-
chester.—24, 25, 26, Bath.
Edmondson, Jonathan, Jun., 1821, West-Indies.—22,
Grenada.—23, St. Lucie.—24, 25, St. Vincent’s.—26,
Demerara.
Edwards, Edward, 1817, 18, Little Namacquas.—19,
20, Khamies-Berg, Little Namacqualand.—21, 22,
Vicinity of Fish-River, Great Namacqualand.—23,
Khamies-Berg, &c.—24, Boschuana-Country.—25,Wes-
leyville, &c.—26, Khamies-Berg, &c.
Edwards, Evan, 1808, Crickliowell.—9, Llanfyllin.—10,
Ruthin.—11, Llanrwst.—12, 13, Pwlhelly.—14, 15,
Llanidlos.—16, Aberystwyth.—17,18, Machynlleth, &c.
•—19, 20, Merthyr-Tydville, &c.—21, 22, Cardiff.—
23, 24, 25, Cardigan, &c.—26, Llandilo, &c.


44
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Edwards, Thomas, 1808, Chesterfield.—9, Kingswood.—
11, 12, Altringham.—13, 14, Huntingdon.—15, 16,
Uttoxeter.—17, 18, Evesham.—19, 20, Cheltenham.—
21, 22, 23, Dudley.—24, London, West.—25, 26,
Dublin.
Edwards, William, 1813, Brecon.—14, Pembroke, 15,
16, Monmouth.—17, Cardiff.—18, 19, Broseley.—20,
21, Banwell.—22, Kingsbridge, &c.— 23, Brixham.—
24, St. Austle.—25, Shepton-Mallet.—26, Southampton.
Eland, Richard, 1813, Bedford, &c.—14, Yarmouth.—
15, Lowestoft.—16, Biggleswade.—17, Kettering.—
18, 19, St. Neot’s.—20, Leigh, Essex.—21, 22, Hun-
tingdon.—23, Luton.—24, 25, Leighton-Buzzard.—
26, Brackley.
Ellidge, George, 1822, Newtown.—23, Brackley.—24,
Trinity and English-Harbour.—25, Grand-Bank, &c.—
26, Indian Mission, Esquimaux-Bay, &c.
Ellidge, Richard, 1813, Melton-Mowbray.—14, 15,
Stamford, &c.—16, Wisbeach.—17, 18, Ely.—19, 20,
Spilsby.—21, 22, Louth.—23, 24, 25, Alford.—26,
Huntingdon.
Elliott, Nathaniel, 1809,* 10, Douglas.—11, Ramsay.
—12, Douglas.—13, Greenock, &c.—14, Garstang.—
15, 16, Lancaster.—17, 18, Barnard-Castle, &c.—19,
Guisborough.—20, 21, Tanfield.—22, Hexham.—23,
24, Kendal.—25, 26, Pool.
Ellis, William, 1807,* 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,Yen’-


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS. 45
foundland.—15, Blackhead.—16, Bermuda.—17, 18,
Trinity-Harbour.—19, Port-de-Grave.—20, Bonavista
and Catalina.—21, 22, Blackhead and Western-Bay.
—23, 24, 25, Burin.—26, Blackhead and Western-
Bay.
Emmett, Michael, 1791, Alnwick.—92, Bolton.—93,
94, Bradford.—95, Wakefield.—96, Sheffield.—97,
York.—98, Wetherby.—99, 1800, Birstal.—1, Man-
chester, Super.—2, Preston, Super.—3, 4, Lancaster.—
5, Dumfries.—6, Brough.—7, 8, Carlisle.—9, 10, Glas-
gow, &c.—11, 12, Norwich, &c.—13, 14, Prescot.—
15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Liver-
pool, Super.
Emmett, Robert, 1811, Skipton.—12, 13, Mansfield.—
14, Barnsley.—15, Todmorden.—16, Darlington.—17,
Lincoln.—18, Guisborough.—19, Darlington.—20, 21,
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Stockton, Super.
England, John F., 1822, Asia.—23, 24, Madras.—25,
Jaffna, &c.—26, Bangalore and Seringapatam.
Entwisle, Joseph, Sen., 1787, Oxfordshire.—88, 89,
Birstal.—90, 91, Halifax.—92, Bradford.—93, Leeds.
—94, 95, Colne.—96, 97, Wakefield.—98, 99, York.—
1800, 1, Hull.—2, 3, Macclesfield.—4, 5, London.—
6, 7, Rochester.—8, 9, Manchester.—10, 11, Liver-
pool.—12, 13, Bristol.—14, 15, London, West.—16,
17, London, East.—18, 19, Sheffield.—20, 21, 22,
Bradford.—23, 24, 25, Birmingham.—26, Bristol.
Entwisle, Joseph, Jun., 1823, Wednesbury.—24, Derby.
—25, 26, Birmingham.


46
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Entwisle, William, 1820, 21, 22, Kingswood, Second
Master of the School.—23, Hull.'—24, Worcester.—25,
26, Dudley.
Erskine, George, 1809, Londonderry.—10, Newtown-
limavady.—11, Newtownstewart.—12, Oldcastle.—13,
Asia.—14, Ceylon.—15, Matura.—16, Ceylon.—17,
Point-de-Galle.—18, Trincomalee, &c.—19, Colombo,
&c.—20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, Sydney, &c., New South-
Wales.—26, Windsor.
Etchells, James, 1803, Hexham.—4, Middleham.—5,
Lancaster.—6, Leigh.—7, Plymouth-Dock.—8, Pen-
zance.—9, Redruth.—10, Dudley.—11, Guernsey, &c.
—12, 13, Downend.—14, 15, Southampton.—16, 17,
Hungerford.—18, Daventry.—19, Banbury.—20, 21,
Newcastle-under-Lyme.—22, 23, Bury.—24, 25, Bram-
ley.—26, Boston.
Evans, David, 1810, Merthyr-Tydville.—11, Pwllhely.—
12, 13, Machynlleth.—14, 15, Dolgelly.—16, Llanrwst.
—17, 18, Denbigh, &c.—19, 20, 21, Carnarvon, &c.—
22, 23, Llandilo, &c.—24, 25, 26, Carmarthen.
Evans, John, 1825, Redruth.—26, Taunton.
Evans, William, 1805,* 6, Cardiff.—7, 8, Llangollen.—
9, Llanrwst.—10, 11, Pwllhely.—12, 13, Holywell.—
14, 15, Beaumaris.—16, 17, Ruthin, &c.—18, 19, 20,
Llanfyllin.—21, 22, 23, Aberystwyth, &c.—24, 25,
Llanfyllin, &c.—26, Pwllhely.
Everett, James, 1806,* 7, Shields.—8, Helper.—9, New-
Mills.—10, 11, Barnsley.—12, Dewsbury.—13, 14,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
47
Bramley.—15, 16, Manchester.—17, 18, Hull.—19,
20, Sheffield.—21, Sheffield, Super.—22, London,
Super.—23, 24, Sheffield, Super.—25, 26, Manchester,
Super.
Fairborne, John, 1802,* 3, Brechin.—4, Inverness.—5,
Brough.—6, Carlisle.—7, 8, Skipton.—9, Blackburn.—
10, Otley, &c.—11, Otley.—12, 13, Stockport, &c.—
14, 15, Preston.—16, Durham.—17, 18, Skipton.—19,
20, Blackburn.—21, 22, Oldham.—23, Bury.—24, 25,
26, Holmfirth.
Farrar, Abraham Eccles, 1807, Hull.—8, 9, York.
—10, Halifax.—11, 12, Newcastle.—13, 14, 15,
Shields.—16, 17, Rotherham.—18, 19, Hull.—20,
21, York.—22, 23, 24, Leeds.—25, 26, London,
North.
Farrar, John, Sen., 1796,97,* 98, Oldham.—99,1800,
Bolton.—1, 2, Alnwick, &c.—3, 4, Sunderland.—5, 6,
Barnard-Castle.—7, 8, Scarborough.—9,10, Oldham.—
11, 12, Bridlington.—13,14, Gainsborough.—15, Dews-
bury.—16, South-Shields.—17, Sunderland, &c.—18,
Sunderland.—19, 20, Bacup.—21, Blackburn.—22, 23,
Bingley.—24, 25, Bramley.—26, Barton.
Farrar, John, Jun., 1822, 23, 24, 25, Woodhouse-Grove,
Second Master of the School.—26, Sheffield.
Faulkner, William, 1825,* 26, Three Rivers, Canada.
Faull, John FI., 1824, Isle of Wight.—25, Chichester.—
26, Colchester.


48
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Fearnley, Thomas, 1791, Sarum.—92, Northampton.—
—93, Colchester.—94, Sussex.—95, Liverpool.—96,
Northwich.—97, 98, Lancaster.—99, Swansea.—1800,
Banwell.—1, 2, Welsh-Pool.—3, Taunton.—4, Glou-
cester.—5, Downend.—6, Bury.—7, 8, Leek.—9, Mel-
ton-Mowbray.—10, 11, Retford.—12, 13, Lincoln.—14,
15, Grimsby.—16, 17, Whitchurch, near Aylesbury.—
18, Louth, Super.—19, Bolton, Super.—20, 21, Wigan.
—22, 23, 24, 25, 26', Bolton, Super.
Fearnside, Joshua,, 1807, Howden.—8, Addingham.—9,
Stourport.—10, 11, Colne.—12, 13, Stockport.—14,
15, Haslingden.—16, Birstal.—17, 18, Pontefract.—19,
20, Addingham.—21, 22, Todmorden.—23, Blackburn.
—24, 25, Sunderland.—26, Knaresborough.
Felvus, John, 1820, West-Indies.—21, Nevis.—22, St.
Martin’s.—23, 24, Dominica.—25, St. Bartholomew’s.
—26, Dominica.
Felvus, Richard, 1823, Doncaster.—24, Pontefract.—25,
Keighley.—26, Huddersfield.
Ffrench, Patrick, 1818, St. Christopher's.—19, St. Eus-
tatius.—20, St. Martin’s.—21, 22, St. Bartholomew’s.
—23, Dominica.—24, Antigua.—25, Nevis.—26,
St. Eustatius.
Fidler, William, 1824, Missionary.—25, Tobago.—26,
St. Vincent’s.
Fielden, Joshua, 1799, Brecon.—1800, Taunton.—1,
Banwell.—2, Gloucester.—3, Derby.—4, Wigan.—5,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
49
Swansea.—6, 7, Wednesbury.—8 9, Pontefract.—10,
Towcester.—11, Witney.—12, Shepton-Mallet.—13,
Melksham.—14, 15, Weymouth.—16, Downend.—17,
Warminster.—18, Batcombe.—19, 20, Ledbury.—21,
Salisbury.—22, London, West, Super.—23, London,
N. E., Super.—24, 25, Louth.—26, Epworth.
Fish, Henry, 1823, Worcester.—24, 25, Kettering.—26,
Brackley.
Fish, William, 1785, Hull.—86, Scarborough.—87,
Grimsby.—88, St. Austle.—89, Glamorganshire.—90,
Brecon.—91, Pembroke.—92, 93, 94, 95, Jamaica,
West-Indies.—96, Honduras-Bay.— 97, 98, 99, 1800,
1, 2, 3, 4, Jamaica.—5, 6, Bristol.—7, 8, Guernsey, &c.
—9, 10, London, West.—11, 12, Deptford.—13,
Portsmouth.—14, Newbury.—15, 16, Guernsey, &c.
—17, 18, Dover.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
Guernsey, &c. Super.
Fletcher, Adam, 1825, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—26,
Appleby.
Fletcher, Joseph, 1818, Asia.—19, 20, 21, Bombay.—
—22, St. Christopher’s.—23, St. Vincent’s.—24, 25,
26, Demerara.
Fletcher, Thomas, 1804, 5, Sevenoaks.—6, 7, Bedford.
—8, Oldham.—9, 10, Leigh.—11, Skipton.—12, 13,
Woodhouse-Grove.—14, 15, Retford.—16, 17, Wed-
nesbury.—18, 19, Melton-Mowbray.—20, 21, Ashby.
—22, Stamford, &c.—23, 24, Grantham.—25, South-
ampton.—26, Stroud.
E


50
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Flint, William, 1810, 11, South-Petherton.—12, Banwell.
—13, 14, Dursley.—15, Lichfield.—16, 17, Shepton-
Mallet.—18, 19, Hayle-Copper-House.—20, Truro.—
22, 23, Arbroath, &c.—24, Peterhead.—25, 26,
Douglas.
Floyd, Aaron, 1804, Ripon.—5, Huddersfield.—6, Seven-
oaks.—7, Canterbury.—8, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—9,
Scarborough.—10, Otley, &c.—11, Pateley-Bridge.—
12, 13, Sheffield.—14, 15, Whitby.—16, 17, War-
rington.—18, Blackburn.—19, 20, 21, Pontefract.—22,
23, York.—24, 25, 26, Hammersmith.
Floyd, Joseph, 1824, Market-Harborough.—25, 26, New-
port-Pagnell.
Ford, Edward, 1824, Edinburgh.—25, 26, Abergavenny.
Fordred, John, 1813, Newbury.—14, Bedford.—15, 16,
Sevenoaks.—17, Ashford.—18, Sheerness.—19, 20, 21,
Deptford.—22, 23, Doncaster.—24, Pontefract.—25,
26, Colchester.
Forsyth, Joseph, 1822, 23, Holdsworthy.—24, Lynn.—
25, Peterhead.—26, Dunbar, &c.
Fowler, James, 1812, Wensley-Dale.—13, Spalding.—14,
Lincoln, &c.—15, Sleaford.—16, Boston.—17, Nevis.
18, New-Mills.—19, 20, Addingham.—21, 22, Clithero.
—23, 24, Selby.—25, 26, Hinckley.
Fowler, Joseph, 1811, 12, Kettering.—13, Banbury.—
14, 15, 16, Pontefract.—17, 18, Halifax.—19, 20, Hud-


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
51
dersfield.—21, 22, Chester.—23, 24, Manchester.—25,
Manchester, North.—26, Birmingham.
Fowler, William, 1798, Jamaica, West-Indies.—99,
Middleham.—1800, Ripon.—1, Jersey.—2, Guernsey,
&c.—3, Haverford-West.—4, Portsmouth.—5, Pen-
zance.—6, 7, Bodmin.—8, 9, Exeter.—10, 11, Camel-
ford.—12, 13, Ashburton.—14, 15, Hungerford.—16,
17, 18, Northampton.—19, Maidstone.—20, 21, New-
bury.—22, Guernsey, &c.—23, 24, Southampton.—25,
26, Newark.
Fox, William B., 1811, 12, Deptford.—13, Canterbury.
—14, Dover.—15, Maidstone.—16, Asia.-,—17, Ceylon.
18, Caltura.—19, Caltura and Bentotte.—20, 21, 22,
23, Colombo and Colpetty.—24, 25, Deptford.—26,
Deal.
France, William, 1802, Hexham.-—3, Belper.—4, Bur-
slem.—5, Macclesfield.—6, Spilsby.—7, Bedford.—8,
Diss.—9, 10, Kington.—11, 12, Shrewsbury.—13, 14,
Stourport.—15, 16, Oldham.—17, 18, 19, Liverpool.—
20, 21, York.—22, 23, Bolton.—24, 25, Rotherham.—
26, London, North.
Frank, Joseph, 1808, Barnard-Castle, &c.—9,* 10, 11,
Kendal.—12, Easingwold.—13, Darlington.—14, 15,
Penrith.—16, 17, 18, Louth.—19, 20, Thirsk.—21, 22,
Howden.—23, 24, Bedale.—25, 26, Pickering.
Frankland, Benjamin, 1810,* 11, 12, South-Petherton.
—13, St. Austle.—14, 15, Jersey.—16, 17, Brighton.
—18, 19, Penzance.—20, 21, Truro.—22, 23, Camel-
ford.—24, 25, 26, Bodmin.
e 2


52
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Fraser, Donald, 1812, Edinburgh.—13, Brechin.—14,
Clithero.—15, Haslingden.—16, Pateley-Bridge.—17,
18, Belper.—19, Ayr, &c.—20, Greenock, &c.— 21, 22,
Perth.—23, Banff, &c.—24, 25, Louth.—26, Durham.
Freeman, Ambrose, 1814, Chichester.—15, Dewsbury.—
16, Pickering.—17, Morpeth.—18, 19, Alstone.—20,
21, Framlingham.—22, 23, Chelmsford.—24, 25, Wal-
tham-Abbey.—26, Swaffham.
Furness, John, 1788, Berwick.—89, Alnwick.—90, Sun-
derland.—91, Macclesfield.—92, Nottingham.—93,
Blackburn.—94, Newark.—95, Bolton.—96, Pontefract.
97, 98, Rotherham.—99, Huddersfield.—1800, York.—
1, 2, Barrow.—3, Burslem.—4, Doncaster.—5, 6, Wor-
cester.—7, 8, Leek.—9, 10, Shrewsbury.—11, Mans-
field.—12, 13, Lincoln.—14, 15, Grimsby.—16, 17, 18,
Louth.—19, 20, 21, Sleaford.—22, 23, High-Wycomb.
—24, 25, Leighton-Buzzard.—26, Hinckley.
Fussell, James, 1806, Congleton.—7, 8, Gloucester.—
11, 12, 13, Oswestry.—14, Leicester.—15, 16, 17,
Wrexham.—18, Cambridge.—19, Diss.—20, Haver-
ford, West.—21, Swansea.—22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Wrex-
ham, Super.
Galland, Thomas, 1816, 17, 18, Louth.—19, 20, Read-
ing.—21, 22, 23, Lincoln.—24, 25, 26, Beverley.
Garbutt, Thomas, 1807, Alstone.—8, Sunderland.—
9, Alnwick, &c.—10, Ripon.—11, 12, Hexham.—13,
14, Barnard-Castle, &c.—15, 16, Selby.—17, 18, 19,
Gateshead.—20, 21, Bramley.—22, 23, Belper.—24,
25, Preston.—26, Burnley.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
53
Garrett, Philip, 1799, 1800, Aberdeen, &c.—1, Aber-
deen.—2, Brechin.—3, 4, Grimsby.—5, 6, Epworth.—
7, 8, Barnsley.—9,10, Manchester.—11, 12, Oldham.—
13, 14, Warrington.—15, 16, Nottingham.—17, Liver-
pool, &c.—18, 19, Liverpool.—20, 21, 22, Rochdale.—
23, 24, Barnsley.—25, 26, Sowerby-Bridge.
Gartrell, James, 1800, St. Austle.—1, Haverford-West.
—2, Brecon, &c.—3, 4, Welch-Pool.—5, Brecon.—6,
Shepton-Mallet.—7, Herefordshire.—8, 9, Hereford.—
10, 11, Evesham.—12, 13, Leighton-Buzzard.—14, 15,
Huntingdon.—16, 17, Ampthill.—18, 19, Newport-
Pagnell.—20, St. Neot’s.—21, 22, Manningtree.—23,
24, 25, 26, Deal.
Gartside, Benjamin, 1825, Missionary.—26, Antigua,
West.
Gaulter, John, 1785, Isle of Man.—86, 87, Lynn.—88,
York.—89, 90, Sunderland.—91, 92, Newcastle.—93,
94, Alnwick.—95, 96, 97, Rochdale.—98, 99, Oldham.
— 1800, 1, 2, Wakefield.—3,4, Halifax.—5, 6, Leeds.
—7, 8, Bradford.—9, 10, Manchester.—11, 12, Liver-
pool.—13, 14, 15, London, East.—16, 17, 18, Ro-
chester.—19, 20, Deptford.—21, 22, 23, London, West.
—24, 25, 26, London, East.
Geden, John, 1817,* 18, 19, Newbury.—20, Swindon.—-
21, Rye, &c.—22, 23, Hastings.—24, 25, Gravesend.—
26, Lewes.
Gee, Thomas, 1798, Newfoundland.—99, Salisbury.—
1800, Bradford, Wilts.—1, Stroud.—2, 3, Leek.—4,
5, Horncastle.—6, 7, Gainsborough.—8, 9, Louth.—*


54
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
10, 11, Lincoln.—12, Barnsley.—13, Denby.—14, 15,
Rotherham.—16, 17,. Howden.—18, 19, 20, Scar-
borough.—21, 22, Colne.—23, 24, Todmorden.—25,
26, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Gellard, George, 1798, 99, St. Austle.—1800, Truro.
—1, Helstone.—2, 3, Portsmouth.—4, Newbury.—5,
Canterbury.—6, London, New-Chapel.—7, London,
Queen-Street.—8,9,Plymouth-Dock.—10, Birmingham.
11, 12, Brighton.—13, 14, 15, Salisbury.—16, 17,
Frome.—18, 19, 20, Cheltenham.—21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, Exeter, Super.
George, John, 1824, Southampton.—25, Cambridge.—
26, Jaffna, &c.
Gibbons, Edward, 1790, 91, Bedford.—92, Oxfordshire.
—93, Lynn, 94, 95, Northampton.—96, 97, St. Ives.—
98, 99, Northampton.—1800, Kettering.—1, 2, Wal-
singham. —3, Huddersfield.—4, Dudley.—5, Leigh.—
6, 7, Leeds.—8, 9, Bradford.—10, 11, Pontefract.—
12, Barnsley.—13, 14, Brentford.—15, 16, Deptford.
—17, Sandhurst.—18, Skipton.—19, 20, Doncaster.—
21, 22, Haslingden.—23, 24, 25, Woodhouse-Grove.—
26, Manchester, South, Super.
Gibson, Ralph, 1815, Ramsay.—16, Castletown.—17,
Douglas.—18, 19, Wigton.—20, Lancaster.—21, 22,
23, Cromford.—24, 25, Easingwold.—26, Lowestoft.
Gick, John, 1821, Eleuthera, West-Indies.—22, 23, New-
Providence.—24, St. Christopher’s.—25, Tortola.—26,
Isle of Wight.


TllE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
55
Gill, James, 1795, Swansea.—96, Haverford-West.—
97, 98, Brecon.—99, Shrewsbury.—1800, Chester.—
1, 2, Lynn.—3, 4, Truro.—5, Helstone.—6, St. Austle.
7, Brecon.—8, 9, Swansea.—10, Pembroke.—11, 12,
13, Gibraltar.—14, 15, Portsmouth.—16, 17, Maccles-
field.—18, 19, Worcester.—20, 21, 22, Maidstone.—
23, 24, 25, Madeley.—26, Northampton, &c.
Gill, John, 1806, Louth.—7, Brough.—8, Winterton.-—
9, 10, Middleham.—11, Penrith.—12, 13, Ramsay.—
14, 15, Horncastle.—16, 17, North-Walsham.—18,
Ely.—19, 20, Spalding.—21, 22, Brigg.—23, 24,
Bridlington.—25, 26, Gateshead.
Gill, Thomas, 1786, Leicester.—87,* 88, 89, The Dales.
—90, Pocklington.—91, Thirsk.—92, Horncastle.—93,
Grimsby.—94, 95, Northampton.—96, 97, Higham-
Ferrers.—98, Kettering.—99, 1800, Colne.—1, 2, 3,
Whitehaven.—4, Lancaster.—5, Kendal.—6, 7, Scar-
borough.—8, 9, 10, Alstone.—11, 12, Middleham.—
13, 14, Tanfield.—15, Driffield.—16, 17, Patrington.—
18, Bradwell.—19, 20, Knaresborough.—21, 22, Thirsk.
—23, 24, Otley, Super.—25, 26, Thirsk, Super.
Gilpin, William, 1799, Douglas.—1800, Brechin.—1,
Inverness.—2, Ayr.—3, 4, Newcastle.—5, 6, Sunder-
land.—7, 8, Walsingham.—9, 10, Norwich.—11, 12,
Colchester.—13, 14, Bury St. Edmund’s.-—15, 16,
Yarmouth.—17, 18, 19, Margate.—20, 21, 22, Salis-
bury.—23, 24, 25, Norwich.—26, Birmingham.
Gloyne, Charles, 1793, Colne.—94, Dewsbury.—95,
96, Colne.—97, Huddersfield.—98, Derby.—99, Ro-
therham.—1800, Wakefield.—1, Wetherby.—2, 3,


56
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Retford.—4, 5, Newark.—6, 7, Stourport.—8, 9, Mac-
clesfield.—10, Stockport.—11, 12, Leeds.—13, 14,
Bury.*—15, 16, Todmorden.—17, 18, Gainsborough.—
19, Bingley.—20, 21, Burslem.—22, Pontefract.—23,
Northampton, &c.—24, 25, Warrington.—26, Dews-
bury.
Gogerley, Daniel J., 1823, Missionary.—24, Colombo,
&c.—25, Kornegalle.—26, Negombo, &c.
Golding, James, 1810,* 1811, Dover.—12,13, Harwich.
—14, 15, St. Neot’s.—16, Biggleswade.—17, 18,
Ipswich.—19, 20, Bedford, &c.—21, 22, 23, Dover.—
24, 25, St. Neot’s.—26, Biggleswade.
Goodwin, Josiaii, 1808, Scarborough.—9, 10, Northwich.
—11, Wednesbury.—12, Wolverhampton.—13, 14, Isle
of Wight.—15, 16, Nottingham.-—17, Yarmouth.—
18, 19, Dudley.-—20, 21, Shrewsbury.—22, Edinburgh.
—23, 24, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.—25, Tadcaster.—26,
Scarborough.
Goonitilika, William, 1825, Colombo, Assistant Mis-
sionary.—26, Caltura, &c.
Gostick, Joseph, 1807,* 8, St. Neot’s.—9, Hertfordshire.
—10, Luton.—11, 12, Leigh, Essex.—13, Bedford, &c.
—14, 15, Brackley.—16, Ashford.—17, 18, Witney.—
19, 20, 21, Dover.—22, 23, 24, Rye.—25, 26, Pa-
trington.
Gover, Robert, 1826, Petersfield.
Gower, Richard, 1792, 93, Sarum.— 94, Oxfordshire.—


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS. 57
95, Bradford, Wilts.—96, Bath.—97, 98, 99, Taunton.
—1800, 1, 2, Gloucester.—3, 4, Worcester.—5, 6,
Oxford.—7, 8, Hinckley.—9, 10, Canterbury.—11, 12,
Sevenoaks.—13, 14, Brighton.—15, 16, 17, Oxford.—
18, Bedford.—19, Bedford, &c.—20, Biggleswade.—
21, 22, 23, Hammersmith.—24, Gravesend.—25, 26,
High-Wycomb.
Goy, William D., 1817, West-Indies.—18, 19, 20, 21,
22, Grenada.—23, Barbadoes.—24, Trinidad.—25,
26, Manningtree.
Graham, Thomas, 1802, Lancaster.—3, Retford.—4, 5,
Hinckley.—6, 7, Newark.—8, 9, Higham-Ferrers.—
10, 11, Daventry.—12, 13, Louth.—14, Newcastle-
under-Lyme.—15,16, Loughborough.—17, 18, Leek.—
19, 20, Hinckley.—21, 22, Burton, &c.—23, 24, New-
town.—25, 26, Ashby.
Greenley, Charles, 1794, Rochester.—95, Blandford.
—96, Portsmouth.—97, Gloucester.—98, Penzance.—
99, 1800, Bath.—1, 2, Haverford-West.—3, 4, Swan-
sea.—5, Helstone.—6, 7, Truro.—8, 9, Banwell.—10,
Bradford, Wilts.—11, Stroud.—12, Stroud, &c.—13,
14, Midsummer-Norton.—15, Melksham.—16, 17, 18,
Shepton-Mallet.—19, 20, Downend.—21, 22, 23, Taun-
ton.—24, 25, Newport.—26, Gravesend.
Greenwood, Richard, 1814, Banff.—15, Winterton.—
16, Snaitli.—17, Sleaford.—18, 19, Ulverstone.—20,
21, Grassington.—22, Brigg.—23, 24, Spilsby.—25,
Clithero.—26, Middleham.
Greeves, John, 1815, Oxford.—16,17, Chipping-Norton.


58
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
—18, 19, Buxton.—20, Cromford.—21, 22, Cambridge.
—23, 24, Chester.—25, 2G, Stockton.
Gregory, Benjamin, 1799,* 1800, Grimsby.—1, Bedford.
—2, 3, Spilsby.—4, 5, Louth.—6, 7, Retford.—8,
Barnard-Castle, &c.—9, Whitehaven.—10, Ripon.—
11, Thirsk.—12, Epworth.—13, Alford.-—14, 15,
Louth.—16, 17, Llorncastle.—18, 19, Grimsby.—20,
Guisborough.—21, 22, Thirsk.—23, 24, Pickering.—
25, 26, Attleborough.
Griffith, Joseph, 1809, Salisbury.—10, 11, Dursley.—
12, Redditch, &c.—13, Durham.—14, Lincoln, &c.—
15, 16, Colchester.—17, IS, Llorncastlc.—19, Lynn.—
20, 21, Bury St. Edmund’s.—22, 23, Stafford.—24,
25, Ilkestone.—26, Bromsgrove.
Griffith, William, 1808, 9, 10, Gibraltar.—11, London,
East.—12, 13, Banbury.—14, 15, Chipping-Norton.—
16, 17, Winchester.—18, 19, Andover.—20, 21, 22,
• Hungerford.—23, 24, 25, Melksham, &c.—26, New-
bury.
Griffiths, Morgan, 1811, Lampeter.—12, 13, Carmar-
then.—14, 15, Llandilo.—16, 17, 18, Merthyr-Tydville.
—19, Aberystwith.—20, 21, Cardigan.—22, Carnarvon.
—23, Carnarvon, &c.—24, 25, Ruthin, &c.—26, Den-
bigh and Llanrwst.
Grimsdall, Joseph, 1825,* 26, Bath, &c., Jamaica.
Grimshaw, Jacob, 1820, 21, St. Christopher’s.—22, 23,
Nevis.—24, 25, Tortola.—26, to receive his appoint-
ment from the President.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
59
Grindrod, Edmund, 1806, Lancaster.—7, Stockport.—8,
Sheffield.—9, Bury.—10, Bradford.—11, 12, Prescot.
—13, 14, Manchester.—15, 16, Bolton.—17, 18, 19,
Newcastle-upon-Tyne.—20, 21, 22, London, East.—
23, 24, Glasgow.—25, 26, Edinburgh.
Haddy, Richard, 1824, Missionary.—25, 26, Khamies-
Berg, South-Africa.
Hague, John, 1815, Ampthill.—16, Leighton-Buzzard.
—17,18, Nantwich.—19, Banff.—20, 21, Montrose, &c.
—22, Inverness.—23, Peterhead.—24, 25, Whitehaven.
26, Driffield.
Haigii, John, 1816, Island-Cove, &c., Newfoundland.—
17, Western-Bay.—18,* 19, Grand-Bank and Fortune-
Bay.—20, 21, Port-de-Grave.—22, 23, Brigus.—24,
25, Blackhead, &c.—26, Harbour-Grace.
Haime, Charles, 1805, Ashburton.—6, Collumpton.—
7, Biddeford.—8, Taunton.—9, 10, South-Pethcrton.—
11, Penzance, &c.—12, Penzance.—13, 14, Redruth.—
15, 16, Truro.—17, 18, Helstone.—19, Poole.—20,
Salisbury.—21, 22, Barnstaple.—23, 24, Merthyr-Tyd-
ville.—25, 26, Kington.
Hales, William, 1823,* 24, Reading.—25, Hammer-
smith.—26, Brighton.
Hall, Thomas, 1811, Diss.—12, New-Buckenham.—13,
Bedford, &c.—14, Bradwell.—15, Barnard-Castle, &c.
—16, 17, Pocklington.—18, 19, Barton.—20, 21,
Grimsby.—22, 23, Bridlington.—24, 25, Durham.—26,
Whitehaven.


60
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Hamer, Thomas, 1813, Tanfield.—14, 15, Middleham.—
16, Kendal.—17, 18, Ayr, &c.—19, 20, Perth.—21,
22, Darlington.—23, Ripon.—24, 25, Barnard-Castle.—
26, Preston.
Hannah, John, 1814, Burton.—15, 16, Gainsborough.—
17, Bridlington.—18, 19, 20, Lincoln.—21, 22, 23,
Nottingham.—24, 25, Leeds.—26, Leeds, East.
Hanwell, John, 1805,* 6, Bridlington.—7, Macclesfield.
8, Congleton.—9, Rochdale.—10, Burton.—11, 12,
Newcastle-under-Lyme.—13, 14, Newark.—15, 16,
New-Mills.—17, 18, Huddersfield.—19, 20, Sheffield.
—21, 22, 23, Bolton.—24, 25, 26, Nottingham.
Hard acre, Richard, 1792, Ashby.—93, Blackburn.—
94, Higham-Ferrers.—95, Lynn.—96, Yarmouth.—97,
Colne.—98, Huddersfield.—99, 1800, Walsingham.—
1, 2, Skipton.—3, Otley.—4, 5, Ripon, 6, 7, Leeds.—
8, 9, Skipton.—10, 11, Grassington.—12, 13, Guis-
borough.—14, Driffield.—15, Pickering.—16, 17, Mid-
dleham.—18, Tanfield.—19, 20, Middleham, Super.—
21, 22, Grassington, Super.—23, 24, 25, 26, Shipley,
Super.
Hardcastle, Philip, 1781, Gainsborough.—82, Hudders-
field.—83, Epworth.—84, Plymouth.—85, Thirsk.—
95, Ripon.—96, 97, Middleham.— 98, Whitby.—99,
Scarborough.—1800, Newcastle.—1, Stockton.—2, 3,
Bridlington.—4, Easingwold.—5, 6, Whitby.—7, 8,
Mansfield.—9, 10, Ilkestone.—11, 12, Todmorden.—
13, 14, Doncaster.—15, 16, Gainsborough.—17, 18,
Selby.—19, 20, Thirsk.—21, 22, Easingwold.—23,
24, Pocklington.—25, 26, Guisborough.—Super.


TIIE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
61
Hardy, Robert S., 1825, Colombo.—26, Colombo, &c.
Hardy, Thomas, 1826, Buxton.
Harris, Thomas, 1813, 14, Stafford.—15, 16, Nantwich.
—17, Uttoxeter.—18,19, CJeckheaton.—20, 21, Wake-
field.—22, 23, Rotherham.—24, 25, 26, Rochdale.
Harrison, Robert, 1812, Winterton.—13, 14, Retford.—
15, 16, Barnsley.—17, Lancaster.—18, Glasgow, &c.—
19, 20, Bury.—21, 22, 23, Ashby.—24, 25, Bridlington.
—26, Cromford.
Harrison, Thomas, Sen., 1790, Inverness.—91, Dundee.
—92, York.—93, 94, Tliirsk.—95, Pocklington.—96,
Malton.—97, 98, Bradford.—99, Manchester.—1800,
Huddersfield.—1, 2, Blackburn.—3, 4, Hexham.— -5,
6, Middleham.—7, Lancaster.—8, 9, Pocklington.—10,
11, Winterton.—12, 13, Brough.—14, 15, Ripon.—16,
Dumfries.—17, Hexham.—18, 19, Tanfield.—20, 21,
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Addingham, Super.
Harrison, Thomas, Jun., 1821, St. Christopher’s, West-
Indies.—22, Dominica.—23, Tortola.—24, Nevis.—25,
Tortola.
Harrison, William, (1st,) 1804, 5, Wednesbury.—6,
Shrewsbury.—7, Wrexham.—8, 9, Lancaster.—10,
Belper.—11, llkestone.—12, Newark.—13, 14, Wolver-
hampton.—15, 16, Hinckley.—17, 18, Doncaster.—19,
20, Leek.—21, 22, Grantham.—23, 24, Congleton.—
25, Bacup.—26, Bramley.
Harrison, William, (2d,) 1806, Inverness.—7, Brechin.
F


62
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
—8, Edinburgh.—9, Tavistock.—10, 11, Whitchurch.—
12, Newport.—13, 14, Bradford, Wilts.—15, Redditch.
—16, Warminster.—17, 18, South-Petherton.—19,
Salisbury.—20, 21, 22, Downend.—23, 24, Stroud.—
25, 26, Banwell.
Harrison, William, (3d,) 1826, River-John, Nova-Scotia.
Harvard, William M., 1810, 11, Diss.—12, Canterbury.
—13, Asia.—14, Ceylon.—15, Colombo.—16, Madras.
—17, 18, Colombo.—19, 20, Deal.—21, 22, Colchester.
—23, 24, 25, Margate.—26, Bristol.
Harvie, William, 1825, Appleby.—26, Arbroath, &c.
Haswell, John P., 1811, Neston, Cheshire.—12, Brechin.
—13, 14, Barnard-Castle, &c.—15, 16, Selby.—17, 18,
York.—19, 20, 21, Easingwold.—22, 23, 24, Sheffield.
—25, Leeds.—26, Leeds, West.
Hateley, Daniel, 1825, Stroud.—26, Melksham.
Hawkins, Robert, 1823, Missionary.'—24, 25, St. Mary’s
and the River-Gambia.—'26, Antigua, West.
Hawthorne, Charles, 1812, Barnstaple.—13, Tavistock.
—14, Axminster.—15, 16, South-Petherton.—17, 18,
Bodmin.—19, 20, Teignmouth.—21, 22, Monmouth.—
23, 24, 25, Downend.—26, Stroud.
Hawtrey, John, 1815, Salterton.—16, Redruth.—17,18,
Canterbury.—19, Paris.—20, Beauville, &c.—21, 22,
23, Manchester.—24, Portsmouth.—25, 26, Sherborne.
Haydon, Charles, 1825, 26, Lewes.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
63
Hayes, Thomas, 1811,* 12, Northampton.—13, Chipping-
Norton.—14, Wellingborough.—15, Stroud, &c.—16,
Stamford, &c.—17, 18, Retford.—19, 20, Chesterfield.
—21, 22, Kington.—23, 24, Bakewell.—25, 26, Brecon.
Hayman, William, 1809, 10, Biddeford.—11, 12, Exeter.
—13, 14, Oxford, &c.—15, 16, 17, Haverford-West.—
18, 19, 20, Hayle-Copper-House.—21, 22, 23, Pen-
zance.—24, 25, 26, Falmouth.
Heap, John, 1811, 12, Ulverstone.—13, Kendal.—14,
Durham.—15, 16, Alnwick, &c.—17, 18, Ormskirk.—
19, 20, Douglas.-—21, 22, 23, Todmorden.—24, 25,
Keighley.—26, Clithero.
Heap, Richard, 1813, Thirsk.—14, Perth.—15, Perth,
&c.—16, Dunfermline.—17, Cleckheaton, &c.—18,
Clithero.—19, Garstang.—20, Haslingden.—21, New-
Mills.—22, 23, Holmfirth.—24, 25, Todmorden.—26,
Bolton.
Heaton, James, 1806,* 7, 8, Bromsgrove.—9, 10, Mon-
mouth.—11, Ilaverford-West.—12,13, West-Bromwich.
14, 15, Truro.—16, 17, Liskeard.—18, 19, Plymouth-
Dock.—20, 21, 22, Frome.—23, 24, Bradford, Wilts.—
25, 26, Stourport.
Henley, John, 1824, 25, Dunster.—26, Witney.
Hennigar, James G., 1826, Horton and Windsor, Nova-
Scotia.
Henshaw, William, 1796, Nottingham.—97, 98, Rye.—
99, London.—1800, 1, Plymouth-Dock.—2, Bath.—3,
p 2


64
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Launceston.—4, Pool.—5, Weymouth.—6, 7, Notting*
ham.—8, 9, Rotherham.—10, 11, Portsmouth.—12, 13,
Plymouth-Dock.—14, 15, Worcester.—16, 17, Man-
chester.—18, 19, Bristol.—20, 21, Portsmouth.—22,
23, Plymouth.—24, 25, 26, London, West.
Henwood, Oliver, 1812, 13, Ashburton.—14, Helstone.
—15, Camelford.—16, Liskeard.—17, 18, Scilly-
Islands.—19, Truro.—20, 21, St. Austle.—22, 23,
Bodmin.—24, 25, Tavistock.—26, Teignmouth.
Hewitt, Thomas, 1810, Alnwick, &c.—11, Brighton.—
12, Dewsbury.'—13, Leicester.—14, Doncaster.—15,
16, North-Shields.—17, Brechin.—18, 19, Greenock.—
20, 21, Driffield.—22, 23, Wellingborough.—24, 25,
Brackley.—26, Brackley, Super.
Heyes, Robert, 1812, St. Neot’s.—13, 14, Rye.—15,
Wigan.—16, Retford.—17, 18, Hinckley.—19, 20,
Buxton.—21, Loughborough.—22, 23, 24, Madeley.
—25, 26, Burton, &c.
Heywood, Luke, 1811, 12, Dursley.—13, Garstang.—14,
15, Banff.—16, 17, Richmond.—18, 19, Ripon.—20,
21, Hexham, &c.—22, Kendal.—23, 24, Gateshead.—
25, 26, Grassington.
Hick, John, 1815, 16, Prince Edward’s Island, Nova-
Scotia.-—17, 18, 19, Quebec.—20, Montreal.—21, 22,
Stanstead.—23, Kingston, Jamaica.—24, Paisley.—25,
26, Chester.
Hickling, John, 1788, Wirrall, Cheshire.—89, Lynn.—
90, Norwich.—91, 92, Bury St. Edmund’s.—93, 94,


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
65
Bedford.—95, 96, Harwich.—97, Colchester.—98, 99,
Canterbury.—1800, 1, Newark.—2, 3, Doncaster.—4,
5, Bury.—6, 7, Preston.—8, 9, Sunderland.—10, 11,
Hull.—12, 13, Rotherham.—14, 15, Manchester.—16,
17, Barnsley.—18, 19, Newark.—20, 21, 22, Notting-
ham.—23, 24, Bradford.—25, 26, Worcester.
Hickman, Henry, 1825, Hereford.—26, Aberdeen.
Hicks, William, 1794, Ashby.—95, Haverford-West.—
96, Dudley.—97, 98, Burton.—99, 1800, Welsh-Pool.
—1, 2, Haverford-West.—3, 4, Oxford.—5, 6, Kington.
-—7, Bromsgrove.—8, 9, Brecon.—10, 11, Cardiff.—
12, 13, Melksham.—14, 15, Whitchurch.—16, 17,
High-Wycomb.—18, 19, 20, Higham-Ferrers.—21, 22,
Daventry.—23, 24, Biggleswade.—25, Isle of Wight.
—26, Sandhurst.
Hickson, James, 1815, 16, Bonavista, Newfoundland.—
17, Port-de-Grave.—18, Harbour-Grace.—19, 20,
Island-Cove, &c.—21, 22, Trinity-Harbour.—23, Bona-
vista, &c.—24, 25, Garstang.—26, Colne.
Hickson, Thomas, 1815, St. John’s, Newfoundland.—16,
Blackhead.—17, Bonavista.—18, Island-Cove, &c.—19,
20, Brigus.—21, 22, Burin.—23, Carbonear.—24,
St. John’s—-25, 26, Wolsingham.
Highfield, George, 1785, Scotland.—86, York.—87,
Nottingham.—88, Macclesfield.—89, 90, Wakefield.—*
91, 92, Sheffield.—93, 94, Macclesfield.—95, 96, Bir-
stal.—97, 98, Huddersfield.—99, 1800, Halifax.—1, 2,
3, Stockport.—4, 5, Bristol.—6, 7, Bath.—8, 9, Hull.—
10, 11, London, East.—12, 13, Sheffield.—14, 15, Bir-


66
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
stal.—16, 17, Bolton.—18, 19, Stockport.—20, 21,
Hull.—22, Hull, Super.—23, 24, Liverpool.—25, 26,
Liverpool, Super.
Hiley, Benjamin, 1811, Little-Port, Norfolk.—12, Hex-
ham.—13, Middleham.—14, 15, Isle of Wight.—16,
Market-Harborough.—17, Leighton-Buzzard.—18, 19,
Chichester.—20, Clithero.—21, 22, Addingham.—23,
24, Patrington.—25, 26, Spalding.
Hill, Josiah, 1795, Banbury.—96, Walsingham.—97,*
98, Yarmouth.—99, 1800, Haverford-West.—1, Glou-
cester.—2, Bristol,—13, 14, Haverford-West.—15, 16,
Penzance.—17, 18, Plymouth.—19, 20, 21, Bristol.—
22, London, South.—23, 24, Haver ford-West.—25, 26,
Liverpool.
Hill, Thomas, 1808,* 9, 10, Holderness.—11, Howden.
—12, Sunderland.—13, Dewsbury.—14, 15, Wood-
house-Grove.—16, 17, Preston.—18, 19, Bolton.—20,
21, North-Shields.—22, 23, Burslem.—24, 25, 26,
Northwich.
Hill, William, 1815,* 16, Brixham.—17, Tiverton.—
18, 19, Ashburton.—20, 21, 22, Barnstaple,—23, 24,
Redruth.—25, 96, Haverford-West.
Hindson, James C., 1824,* 25, 26, Yell, &c., Shetland.
Hinson, William, 1806, Lynn.—7, Colchester.—8, Yar-
mouth.—9, 10, Norwich.—11, 12, Walsingham.—13,
14, Wisbeacli.—15, Luton.—16, 17, 18, Kettering.—
19, 20, 21, Diss.—22, 23, Boston.—24, 25, Lincoln.—•
26, Chester.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
67
Hobbs, John, 1824, 25, 26, New-Zealand.
Hobson, John, 1811, Brackley.—12, 13, Daventry.—
14, 15, Wellingborough.—16, 17, 18, Melton-Mow-
bray.'—19, 20, 21, Ashby.—22, 23, 24, Newark.—
25, 26, Glasgow.
Hocken, Joshua, 1824, 25, Aberdeen.—26, Wisbeach.
Hodge, John, 1823, 24, 25, 26, Anguilla, West-Indies.
Hodgson, John, 1797,* 98, Redruth.—99, Helstone.—
1800, Penzance.—1, Launceston.—2, 3, Pool.—4, 5,
Shepton-Mallet.—6, 7, Banwell.—8, 9, Downend.—
10, 11, Dursley.—12, 13, Evesham.—14, 15, Dudley.
—16, Leighton-Buzzard.—17, 18, Rye.—19, Kettering.
—20, 21, 22, Yarmouth.—23, 24, 25, Sheerness.—26,
Lincoln.
Hodgson, Thomas L., 1815, 16, Stockton.—47, Brigg.
—18, Lancaster.—19, 20, Retford.—21, 22, 23,
24, Cape-Town, South-Africa.—25, 26, Boschuana-
Country.
Hodson, John, 1797,* 98, Doncaster.—99, Truro.—
1800, Helstone.—1, Penzance.—2, St. Austle.—3, 4,
Collumpton.—5, Bedford.—6, 7, Banbury.—8, 9,
Daventry.—10, 11, Wellingborough.—12, 13, Dudley.
—14, Wednesbury.—15, 16, Broseley.—17, Taunton.
—18, 19, Redruth.—20, 21, Bodmin.—22, 23, Sal-
terton.—24, 25, South-Petherton.—26, Abergavenny.
Holder, George, 1782, Yarm,—83, Sunderland.—84,
Hull.—85,Grimsby.—86, Pocklington.—87, Whitby.—


68
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
88, 89, Isle of Man.—90, The Dales.-—91, 92, Scar-
borough.—93, 94, Isle of Man.—95, 96, Whitehaven.
—97, 98, Bridlington.—99, 1800, Scarborough.—1, 2,
Hexham.—3, 4, Ripon.—-5, 6, Skipton.—7, 8, Isle of
Man.—9, 10, 11, Ramsay.—12, 13, Wetherby.—14,
15, 16, Thirsk.—17, Tanfield.—18, 19, 20, 21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 26, Whitby, Super.
Holgate, Israel, 1824, Wakefield.—25, 26, Pontefract.
Hollingworth, Joseph, 1808, North-Meols.—9, Lan-
caster.—10, 11, Leigh.—12, 13, Patrington.—14, 15,
Durham.—16, Sunderland.—17, Sunderland, &c.—18,
19, Nottingham.—20, 21, 22, Derby.—23, 24, Stock-
ton.—25, 26, Sheffield.
Hollis, Joseph, 1824, 25, Wellington.—26, Banbury.
Holmes, William, 1782,* 83, Cornwall, West.—84,
Pembroke.—85, Glamorgan.—86, Glamorganshire.—
87, Brecon.—88, Sarum.—89, Redruth.—90, Sarum.
—91, 92, Shepton-Mallet.—93, Bradford, Wilts.—94,
95, Blandford.—96, Newbury.—97, 98, Brackley.—99,
1800, 1, Oxford.—2, 3, Rochester.—4, Banwell.—5,
Bradford.—6, 7, Downend.—8, 9, Gloucester.—10,
Wolverhampton.—11, Loughborough.-—12, Leicester.
—13, 14, Hinckley.—15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,
23, 24, 25, 26, High-Wycomb, Super.
Holroyd, James B., 1808, Neston, Cheshire.—9, North-
Meols.—10, Ormskirk,—11, Prescot.—12, 13, Bake-
well.—14, 15, Denby.—16, 17, Wigan.—18, 19, Has-
lingden.—20, 21, 22, Alnwick.—23, 24, 25, Sunder-
land.-—26, Scarborough.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
69
Homer, William, 1807, Lewes, &c.—8, Bradford, Wilts.
—9,* 10, Ramsay.—11, 12, Redruth.—13, Wolver-
hampton.—14, Coleshill.—15, Loughborough.—16, 17,
West-Bromwich.—18, Bakewell.—19, 20, Newcastle-
under-Lyme.—21, 22, Wellington.—23, 24, 25, Durs-
ley.—26, Coventry.
Hoole, Elijah, 1819, Asia.—20, Bangalore.—21, Nega-
patam.—22, Madras.—23, Seringapatam.—24, Madras.
—25, Bangalore, &c.—26, Madras.
Hope, Samuel, 1808, 9, Barnsley.—10, 11, Dew'sbury.—
12, 13, Scarborough.—14, Buxton.—15, 16, Newark.
—17, 18, 19, Leicester.—20, 21, 22, Loughborough.—
23, 24, Huddersfield.—25, 26, Norwich.
Hopewell, James, 1805, Burton.—6, 7, Grimsby.— S,
Lincoln.—9, Horncastle.—10, Scarborough.—11, Al-
stone.—12, Arbroath.—13, Carlisle.—14, Grassington.
—15, Ormskirk.—16, 17, Leigh.—18, Knaresborough.
—19, Bradwell.—20, 21, Ramsay.—22, Epworth.—
23, 24, Framlingham.—25, 26, Shaftsbury.
Hopwood, Henry S., 1806,* 7, Chesterfield.—8, 9,
Halifax.—10, 11, Pontefract.—12, 13, Rotherham.—
14, 15, Hull.—16, 17, Stockport.—18, 19, Oxford.—
20, 21, Bath.—22, 23, 24, Stourport.—25, 26, Derby.
Horne, James, 1815, Sligo.—16, Aughrim.—17, Killaloe.
—18, Jamaica, West-Indies.—19, 20, 21, Kingston.—
22, Spanish-Town.—23, Montego-Bay.—24, 25, New-
Providence.—26, Harbour-Island, Bahamas.
Horner, John, 1815, Ceylon and the East.—16, 17, 18,


70
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
19, 20, 21, Bombay.—22, 23, 24, Banwell.—25, 26,
Bradford, Wilts.
Horner, William, 1770,* 71, Waterford.—72, Athlone.
—73, Castlebar.—74, Dublin.—75, Cork.—76, Ath-
lone.—77, Clones.—78, Staffordshire.—79, Chester.—
80, Glamorganshire.—81, Norwich.—82, 83, Sussex.—
84, 85, Kent.—86, Bedford.—87, 88, Northampton.—
89, 90, Oxfordshire.—91, Plymouth.—92, 93, Redruth.
—94, 95, Penzance, &c.—96, Plymouth-Dock.—97,
98, Bradford, Wilts.—99, 1800, Salisbury.'—1, 2, Ports-
mouth.—3, Gloucester.—4, 5, Dudley.—6, 7, Wednes-
bury.—8, 9, Shepton-Mallet.—10, 11, Banwell.—12,
Newbury.—13, 14, Taunton.—15, 16, Midsummer-
Norton.—17, 18, Downend.—19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, Kingswood, Super.
Horton, William, 1820, Asia.—21, Sydney, Para-
matta, &c.—22, Van Diemen’s Land.—23, Sydney,
Paramatta, &c.—24, 25, Windsor.—26, Sidney, New
South- Wales.
Howarth, William, 1794, Portsmouth.—95, Blandford.
—96, Canterbury.—97, Redruth.—98, Brecon.—99,
Cardiff.—1800, Bedford.—1, Kettering.—2, Norwich.
3, 4, St. Neot’s.—5, Loughborough.—6, 7, Pocklington.
—8, Kendal.—9, Otley.—10, Newark.—11, Malton.—
12, 13, Winterton.—14, 15, Spilsby.—16, 17, Epworth.
—18, 19, Market-Raisen.—20, Grantham.—21, Staf-
ford.—22, Truro.—23, Holdsworthy.—24, 25, More-
ton-Hampstead.—26, Glastonbury, &c.
Huddlestone, William, 1822, 23, Kendal.—24, 25, 26,
Whitehaven.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
71
Hudson, Benjamin, 1810, Ayr, &c.—11, 12, Inverness.
—13, 14, Dunbar, &c.—15, 16, Whitby.—17, Newark.
—18, 19, Loughborough.—20, 21, 22, Richmond, &c.
—23, 24, Barnsley.—25, 26, Chesterfield.
Hudson, John, 1794, 95, Bridlington.—96, Whitby.—97,
98, Malton.—99, 1800, Isle of Man.—1, 2, Newcastle.
—3, Stockton.—4, Otley.—5, Lincoln.—6, Oldham.—
7, Nottingham.—8, Belper.—9, 10, Hull, Super.—11,
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, Newcastle, Super.
Hughes, Evan, 1807, Beaumaris.—8, Aberystwyth.—9,
Caerfyrddyn.—10, Carmarthen.—11, Neath.—12, 13,
Ruthin, &c.—14, 15, Carnarvon.—16, 17, 18, Machyn-
lleth, &c.—19, 20, Liverpool.—21, Llanfyllen.—22, 23,
24, Ruthin, &c.—25, 26, Denbigh, &c.
Hughes, Griffith, 1805, Ruthin.—6, Manchester.—7,
Cardiff.—8, 9, Crickhowell.—10, Denbigh.—11, 12,
Holyhead.—13, 14, Llanfyllen.—15, Cowbridge.—16,
Cardiff.—17, 18, Merthyr-Tydville.—19, 20, Carmar-
then.—21, 22, Cardigan.—23, 24, Holywell.—25, 26,
Ruthin.
Hughes, Hugh, 1807, Dolgelly.—8, Aberystwyth.—9,
10, Llanfyllyn.—11, Denbigh.—12, 13, Brecon.—14,
Llandilo.—15, 16, Carmarthen.—17, 18, Cardiff.—19,
20, Machynlleth, &c.—21, 22, 23, Carnarvon, &c.—
24, 25, Denbigh, &c.—26, Llanidloes.
Hughes, John, 1796, Cardiff.—97, Haverford-West.—
98, Cardiff.—99, Welsli-Pool.—1800, 1, 2, Ruthin.—


72
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
3, Carnarvon.—4, Liverpool.—5, Swansea.—6, Dews-
bury.—7, Bristol.—8, Ruthin.—9, Carmarthen.—10,
Glasgow, &c.—11, Northwich.—12, Macclesfield.—13,
Uttoxeter.—14, 15, Cardiff.—16, Birstal.—17, 18,
Newcastle-under-Lyme.—19, 20, Kington.—21, 22, 23,
Brecon.—24, 25, Wrexham.—26, Wellington.
Hughes, Lot, 1808,* 9, Llanidlos.—10, 11, Aberystwyth.
—12, 13, Brecon.—14, 15, Merthyr-Tydville.—16, 17,
Cardigan.—18,19, Carmarthen,&c.—20,21, Ruthin,&c.
—22, 23, Beaumaris.—24, 25, Pwllhely.—26, Dol-
gelly.
Hughes, William, 1805, Carnarvon.—6, Liverpool.—7,
Llangollen.—8, Llanidlos.—9,10, Holyhead.—11, Lam-
peter.—12, Swansea.—13, Aberystwyth.—14, 15, Llan-
rwst.—16, 17, Holyhead, &c.—18, Carnarvon, &c.—
19, 20, Machynlleth, &c.—21, 22, 23, Carmarthen.—
24, Cardiff.—25, 26, Merthyr-Tydville.
Hume, Alexander, 1818, Asia.—19, Ceylon.—20, Galle
and Amlamgoddy.—21, 22, Matura and Belligam.—
23, Caltura and Bentotte.—24, Galle, 8;c.—25, Ne-
gombo, &c.— 26, Galle, &c.
Humphreys, Robert, 1806, Dolgelly.—7, Manchester.
—8, 9, Denbigh.—10, 11, Carnarvon.—12, 13, Beau-
maris.—14, 15, Dolgelly.—16, Machynlleth, &c.—17,
18, Carnarvon, &c.—19, Denbigh, &c.—20, Llandilo.
—21, Brecon, &c.—22, 23, 24, Carmarthen.—25, 26,
Merthyr-Tydville.
Hunt, Joseph, 1811, Penzance, &c.—12, Bodmin.—13,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
73
Truro.—14, 15, Melton-Mowbray.—16, Leicester.—
17, Monmouth.—18, Monmouth, &c.—19, 20, Howden.
21,22, Sleaford.—23, Sheerness.—24, 25, 26, Dudley.
Hunt, William, 1825, Witney.—26, Tobago.
Hunter, John, 1823, Jaffna and Point-Pedro, Assistant
Missionary.—24, Trincomalee.—25, 26, Batticaloa.
Hurt, William, 1825,* 26, Ledbury and Forest of Dean.
Hussey, Walter, 1824, Macclesfield.—25, 26, Derby.
Hutchinson, Arthur, 1794, Berwick, &c.—95, 96, Isle
of Man.—97, 98, Aberdeen.—99, Brechin.—1800, In-
verness.—1, 2, Edinburgh.—3, Middleham.—4, 5,
Brough.—6, 7, Penrith.—8, 9, Skipton.—10, Grassing-
ton.—11, 12, Wensley-Dale.—13, 14, Epworth.—15,
16, 17, Penrith.—18, 19, Walsingham.—20, 21, Gates-
head.—22, 23, 24, Lancaster.—25, 26, Market-Raisen.
Hutchinson, John, 1824, Van Diemen’s Land.—25, 26,
Tongataboo.
Hutton, Joseph, 1811, Penrith.—12, Wisbeach.—13,
Diss.—14, 15, Walsingham.—16, 17, 18, Sleaford.—
19, 20, 21, Barton.—22, 23, 24, Market-Raisen.—25,
26, Gainsborough.
Hutton, Thomas, 1789, Norwich.—90, Stockport.—91,
Pembroke.—92, 93, Derby.—94, 95, Leek.—96, Bur-
slem.—97, Wigan.—98, 99, Chester.—1800, 1, Mac-
clesfield.—2, 3, Colne.—4, 5, Blackburn.—6, 7, North-
wich.—8, 9, Congleton.—10, 11, Stourport.—12, 13,
G


74
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Rochdale.—14, 15, Bacup.—16, 17, Wednesbury.—18,
19, 20, Congleton.—21, 22, 23, Buxton.—24, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—25, 26, Bakewell.
Hyde, James, 1807, Lynn.—8, Stourport.—9, Neston.—
10, Newport.—11, Penzance, &c.—12, St. Austle.—13,
Camelford.—14, Congleton.—15, Hinckley.—16, Ilke-
stone.—17, Market-Raisen.—18, Sleaford.—19, 20,
Stamford, &c.—21, Chester.—22, 23, Bedale.—24,
Pickering.—25, 26, Poole.
Hyde, Thomas K., 1819, West-Indies.—20, 21, Antigua.
—22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Montserrat.
Ingham, John, 1811, Hereford.—12, Ludlow.—13, Swaflf-
ham.—14, Stamford, &c.—15, Grantham.—16, Lancas-
ter.—17, 18, 19, Hexham.—20, 21, Middleham.—22,
Grassington.—23, Louth.—24, 25, Uttoxeter.—26,
Burton and Lichfield.
Ingham, Thomas, 1793, Inverness.—94, Brechin.—95,
Aberdeen.—96, Edinburgh.—97, Alnwick.—98, 99,
Dundee.—1800, Isle of Man.—1, Glasgow.— 2, 3, Bar-
nard-Castle.—4, 5, Whitehaven.—6, Carlisle.—7, 8,
Pontefract.—9, Otley.—10, Otley, &c.—11, 12, Dews-
bury.—13, 14, Bridlington.—15, 16, Chesterfield.—17,
Burton.—18, Burton, &c.—19, 20, Gainsborough.—21,
22, Selby.—23, 24, Barton.—25, 26, Gateshead.
Ingle, Timothy, 1816, North-Walsham.—17, Perth, &c.
•—18, Greenock.—19, Ayr, &c.—20, Newport-Pagnell.
—21, Wednesbury.—22, 23, Portsmouth.—24, 25,
Dover.—26, London, East.
Isaac, Daniel, 1800, Louth.—1, Lynn.—2, 3, Yarmouth


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
75
—4, 5, Wetherby.—6, 7, York.—8, 9, Newcastle.—10,
11, Shields.—12, 13, Malton.—14, 15, Scarborough.—
16, 17, Lincoln.—18, 19, York.—20, 21, 22, Leicester.
—23, 24, 25, Sheffield.—26, Hull.
Jackson, Daniel, 1812, Kingswood.—13, Ashby.—14,
Haslingden.—15, Colne.—16, Grimsby.—17, 18, Al-
derney.—19, Waltham-Abbey.—20, St. Neot’s.—21,
Luton.—22, New-Mills.—23, 24, Leek.—25, Ludlow.
—26, Attleborough.
Jackson, George, 1816, Kingston, Jamaica.—17, St. Vin-
cent’s.—18, Tortola, &c.—19, St. Vincent’s.—20, To-
bago.—21, Halifax, Nova-Scotia, Super.—22, Windsor.
—23, 24, 25, Tryon, &c.—26, Fredericton, Nen-
Brunswick.
Jackson, Henry, 1823, Sandhurst.—24, Chelmsford.—
25, Lowestoft.—26, North-Walsham.
Jackson, John, 1814, Retford.—15, Kettering.—16, Tow-
cester.—17, Witney.—18, 19, Whitchurch.—20, Wis-
beacli.—21, 22, Attleborough.—23, Bungay.—24, 25,
Hungerford.—26, Louth.
Jackson, Joseph, 1816,*' 17,18, Garstang.—19, Lancaster.
—20, 21, 22, Ledbury.—23, 24, Newcastle-under-
Lyme.—25, 26, Congleton.
Jackson, Richard, 1823,* 24, 25, Holdsworthy.—26,
Pembroke.
Jackson, Robert, 1823, Ipswich.—24, 25, Swaffham.—•
26, Norwich.
g 2


76
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Jackson, Samuel, 1806,* 7, 8, Launceston.—9, 10, Pen-
zance.—11, Preston.—12, 13, Driffield.—14, York.—
15, 16, Buxton.—17, 18, Burslem.—19, 20, Manches-
ter.—21, 22, 23, Leeds.—24, 25, Hull.—26, Sun-
derland.
Jackson, Thomas, 1804, Spilsby.—5, 6, Horncastle.—7,
Lincoln.—8, 9, Leeds.—10, 11, Preston.—12, 13, Sow-
erby-Bridge.—14, 15, Wakefield.—16, 17, Sheffield.—
18, 19, 20, Manchester.—21, 22, 23, London, N. E.—
24, 25, 26, London, Editor.
Jackson, William, 1811, Alnwick, &c.—12, Ayr, &c.—
13, 14, Dunbar, &c.—15, Newcastle.—16, South-
Shields.—17, Durham.—18, 19, Gateshead.—20, 21,
Ripon.— 22, 23, Knaresborough.—24, 25, Barnard-
Castle.—26, Bramley.
James, John, 1807, 8, Wrexham.—9, 10, Shrewsbury.—
11, 12, 13, Glasgow, &c.—14, 15, Macclesfield.—16,
17, Hull.—18, 19, 20, Leeds.—21, 22, 23, Halifax.—
24, 25, 26, London, North.
James, Robert, 1798, Taunton.—99, Banwell.—1800,
Swansea.—1, St. Austle.—2, Launceston.—3, 4, Col-
lumpton.—5, Southampton.—6, Jersey.—7, St. Neot’s.
—8, Shrewsbury.—9, 10, Shepton-Mallet.—11, 12,
Poole.—13, Barnstaple.—14, Shaftsbury.—15, 16, 17,
18, 19, Jersey, Super.—20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
Bristol, Super.
Jameson, Philip, 1807, 8, Barnsley.—9, Stockport.—10,
Huddersfield.—11, 12, Ipswich.—13, 14, Harwich.—


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
Jenkins, William, 1788,* 89, 90, Bedford.—91, Lynn.—
92, 93, Colchester.—94, 95, 96, Gloucestershire.—97,
98, Bristol.—99, Stockport.—1800, 1, Liverpool.—
15, 16, Luton.—17, 18, 19, Yarmouth.—20, 21, 22
Lowestoft.—23, 24, 25, Canterbury.—26, Dover.
J anion, Charles, 1819, West-Indies.—20, St. Chris- .
topher’s.—21, Tortola.—22, 23, Antigua.—24,
Christopher’s.—25, Nevis.—26, St. Bartholemew’s.
•Jarrett, James, 1814, Penrith.—15, 16, Manningtree.—■
17, Rye.—18, Waltham-Abbey, &c.—19, 20, Dover.—
21, Bedford, &c.—22, 23, Leighton-Buzzard.—24, 25,
Sheerness.—26, Daventry.
Jay, James, 1791, Taunton.—92, 93, Penzance.—94, 95,
Redruth.—96, Taunton.—97, Banwell.—98, Shepton-
Mallet.—99, 1800, Banwell, Super.—1, 2, 3,*' 4, Bristol,
Super.—5,* 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, Banwell,
Super.—16, 17, 18,* 19, 20, 21, Banwell, Super.—
23, Melksham, &c.—24, 25, 26, Banwell, Super.
Jenkin, William, 1797, Launceston.—98, St. Chris-
topher's, &c., West-Indies.—99, Spanish-Town, &c.—
1800, Dursley.—1, Plymouth-Dock.—2, 3, Helstone.—
4, Bodmin.—5, Truro.—6, 7, Redruth.—8, Camelford.
—9, 10, Taunton.—11, 12, Stamford.—13, 14, Laun-
ceston.—15, Liskeard.—16, Redruth, Super.—17, 18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Falmouth, Super.
Jenkins, John, 1821, 22, 23, Ashburton.—24, Grateful-
Hill, &c., Jamaica.—25, Morant-Bay, &c.—26, Eleu-
thera, Bahamas.


78
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
3, Manchester.—4, 5, Sheffield.—‘6, 7, London, East.
—8, 9, London, West.—10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16,
17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, London, West,
Super.
Jennings, Joseph, 1825, Watlington.—26, Banbury.
Jersey, Henry De, 1819, 20, 21, Beuville, France.—■
22, Calvados, L’Orne, &c.—23, 24, 25, 26, South of
France. '
Jewett, William, 1810, Tortola, &c.—11, Grenada.—
12, 13, Trinidad,—14,* 15, Poole.—-16, Wincanton.—■
17, Liskeard.—18, Holdsworthy.—19, 20, Monmouth,
&c.—21, 22, Bromsgrove.—23, 24, Burton, &c.—25,
26, Selby.
Jewitt, Arthur G., 1816, Witney.—17, Banbury.—18,
Manningtree.—19, Sleaford.—20, Banff.—21, Paisley.
—22, 23, Horncastle.—24, 25, Reading.—26, Wolver-
hampton.
Johnson, James, 1805, 6, Peel, Isle of Man.—7, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—8, 9, Preston.—10, 11, Adding-
ham.—12, 13, Malton.—14, 15, Bradwell.—16, 17,
Bakewell.—18, 19, Doncaster.—20, 21, Sheffield.—22,
23, Durham.—24, 25, Darlington.—26, Darlington,
Super.
Johnson, Robert, 1783, Hull.—84, Inverness.—85,
Edinburgh.—86, Dundee.—87, 88, Aberdeen.—89, 90,
Dundee.—91, Glasgow.—92, Edinburgh.—93, 94,
Dumfries.—95, 96, Newcastle.—97, 98, 99, Sunder-
land.—1800, 1, 2, York,—3, 4, Leeds.—5, 6, Notting-


THE WESLETAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
79
ham.—7, London, Queen-Street.—8, 9, London, East.
-—10, 11, Rochester.—12, Bath.—13, 14, 15, 16, 17,
18, 19, Kingswood, Governor of the School.—20, 21,
22, Liverpool.—23, 24, 25, 26, Hull, Super.
Jones, David, (1st,) 1807, Llangollen.—8, 9, Liverpool.
—10, 11, Merthyr-Tydville.—12, 13, Cardiff.—14,
Swansea.—15, London, East.—16, 17, 18, Cardiff.—
19, Merthyr-Tydville, &c.—20, 21, 22, 23, Cardiff,
Super.—24, 25, 26, Aberystwyth, &c., Super.
Jones, David, (2d,) 1808, 9, Lampeter.—10, 11, Man-
chester.—12, 13, Llanrwst.—14, 15, Ruthin, &c.—16,
17, Carnarvon, &c.—18, 19, Holyhead, &c.—20, 21,
Denbigh, &c.—22, 23, Llanfyllen.—24, 25, Liverpool.
—-26, Ruthyn, &c.
Jones, Edward, (1st,) 1802, 3, Ruthyn.—4, 5, Carnarvon.
—6, Machynlleth.—7, Liverpool.—8, Llandilo.—9,
Caerfyrdden.—10, Carmarthen.—11, Neath.—12, Swan-
sea.—13, 14, Cardiff.—15, 16, Liverpool.—17, 18,
Whitchurch, Salop.—19, 20, 21, Knaresborough.—
22, 23, Dewsbury.—24, 25, Oldham.—26, Northwich.
Jones, Edward, (2d,) 1804, Beaumaris.—5, 6, Merthyr-
Tydville.—7, Machynlleth.—8, Ruthyn.—9, 10, Dol-
gelly.—11, 12, Aberystwyth.—13, 14, Swansea.—15,
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Liverpool, Super.—21, 22, Denbigh,
&c., Super.—23, 24, 25, Cardigan, &c., Super.— 26,
Llanfyllen, &c., Super.
Jones, Edward, (3d,) 1805, Welsh-Pool.—6, Denbigh.—
7, Aberystwyth.—8,London, East.—9, Ruthyn.—10,11,
Cardigan.—12, 13, Carnarvon.—14, 15, 16, Aberyst-


80
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
wyth.—17, 18, Liverpool.—19, 20, Holywell.—21, 22,
23, Dolgelly.—24, 25, 26, Beaumaris.
Jones, Humphrey, 1809, Llandilo.—10, 11, Brecon.—
12, Cardigan.—13, Beaumaris.—14, 15, Llangollen.—
16,17,Llanfyllyn.—18, Aberystwyth.—19, 20, Machyn-
lleth, &c.—21, 22, Merthyr-Tydville.—23, 24, London,
N. E.—25, 26, Cardiff.
Jones, James, Sen., 1808, St. Austle.—9, 10, Truro.—
11, 12, Redruth.—13, Penzance.—14, 15, Tavistock.—
16, Tiverton.—17, 18, Launceston.—19, Kingswood.
—20, Hayle Copper-House.—21, Redruth.—22, 23,
24, Leicester.—25, 26, Sheffield.
Jones, James, Jun., 1812, Biggleswade.—13, North-
Walsham.—14, Swaffham.—15, Framlingham.—16, 17,
Holt.—18, 19, Thetford.—20, 21, Walsingham.—22,
23, Diss.—24, 25, Wellingborough.—26, Holt.
Jones, John, (1st,) 1802,* 3, Ruthyn.—4, Beaumaris.—
5, Liverpool.—6, 7, Denbigh.—8, 9, Carnarvon.—10,
11, 12, Dolgelly.—13, 14, Carmarthen.—15, 16, Llan-
dilo.—17, 18, Ludlow.—19, Oswestry.—20, 21, New-
town.—22, 23, Whitchurch, Salop.—24, 25, Adding-
ham.—26, Holmfirth.
Jones, John, (2d,) 1809, Aberystwyth.—10, Brecon.—
11, Machynlleth.—12, Llanfyllyn.—13, Llanidlos.—
14, 15, Pwllhely.—16, Llangollen.—17, Ruthyn, &c.—
18, Aberystwyth.'—19, Merthyr-Tydville.—20, Brecon.
•—21, 22, Dolgelly.—23, 24, Denbigh, &c.—25, 26,
Holywell.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
81
Jones, Lewis, 1810, 11, Caerphilly.—12, 13, Merthyr-
Tydville.—14, 15, Aberystwyth.—16, 17, Llanfyllyn.
—18, 19, Ruthyn, &c.—20, 21, Cardiff.—22, 23, Llan-
dilo.—24, 25, Llanidloes.—26, Holywell.
Jones, Owen, 1808,* 9, Caerphilly.—10, Brecon.—11,
Llanidloes.—12, 13, Cardigan.—14, Llanrwst.—15,
Machynlleth.—16, Machynlleth, &c.—17, Carnar-
von, &c.—18, 19, Holywell.—20, 21, Ruthyn, &c.
—22, 23, Beaumaris.—24, 25, Llandilo, &c.—26, Car-
digan.
Jones, William, 1808, 9, Nantwich.—10, Stockport.—
11, 12, Ashton-under-Line.—13, 14, Salford.—15,
16, Northwich.—17, 18, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—19,
Thornbury, &c.—20, Downend.—21, 22, 23, Evesham.
—24, 25, Wednesbury.—26, Kettering.
Jordan, John, 1802, Collumpton.—3, Guernsey, &c.—4,
Poole.—5, 6, Ashburton.—7, 8, South-Devon.—9, Ta-
vistock.—10, Penzance.—11, Truro.—12, Merthyr-
Tydville.—13, 14, Wrexham.—15, Ashton-under-Line.
—16, 17, Leeds.—18, Lincoln.—19, 20, Whitby.—21,
Luton.—22, Guernsey, &c., Super.—23, Guernsey, &c.
—24, 25, Salterton.—26, Truro.
Judd, William, 1824, Bury St. Edmund’s.—25, Wisbeach.
—26, Cambridge.
Katts, John, 1822, 23, 24, Negapatam, Assistant Mis-
sionary.—25, Madras.—26, Trincomalee.
Kay, Stephen, 1819, South Africa.—20, Khamies-Berg,


82
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
&c.—21, 22, Salem, Albany.—23, Boschuana-Country.
—24, 25, Salem, Albany.—26, Mount-Coke, Caffre-
land.
Kaye, William, 1809, Grassington.—10, Bletchingley, &c.
—11, Farnham.—12, Southampton.—13, Shaftsbury.
—14, Poole.—15, Glastonbury.—16, Somerton.—17,
Frome.—18, Shepton-Mallet.—19, 20, Midsummer-
Norton.—21, 22, Sandhurst.—23, 24, 25, Lowestoft.—
26, Yarmouth.
Keeling, Isaac, 1811, Belper.—12, Gainsborough.—13,
Burnley.—14, 15, Buxton.—16, 17, Bradwell.—18, 19,
Stockport.—20, 21, 22, Barnsley.—23, 24, 25, Mac-
clesfield.—26, Leeds.
Keeling, John, 1808,* 9, Southampton.—10, 11, Poole.
•—12,13, Taunton.—14, Spilsby.—15, Spilsby, Super.—
16, Swansea, Super.—17, 1 8, Louth, Super.—19, Leeds.
—20, Deal, Super.—21, 22, Deal.—23, Maidstone.—
24, 25, 26, Malta.
Keeling, Ralph R., 1824, Beverley.—25, 26, Brigg.
Kelk, Thomas, 1788, Norwich.—89, Lynn.—90, Guern-
sey, &c.—91, Plymouth.—92, Redruth.—93, Jersey.—
94, St. Austle.—95, Launceston.—96, 97, Shepton-
Mallet.—98, 99, Poole.—1800, 1, Southampton.—2, 3,
Redruth.—4, Helstone.—5, 6, Penzance.—7, 8, Truro.
—9, 10, London, East.—11, 12, Bristol.—13, 14, Man-
chester.—15, 16, Sheffield.—17, 18, Deptford.—19>
20, Rochester.—21, 22, Hull.—23, 24, Nottingham.—
25, 26, Wednesbury.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
S3
Keek, William, 1820, Hexham, &c.—21, Doncaster.—22,
Wednesbury.—23, Oxford.—24, Bristol.—25, Ports-
mouth.—26, Isle of Wight.
Kellett, Samuel, 1811,* 12, Penrith.—13, 14, Guis-
borough.—15, 16, Chesterfield.—17, Burton.—18,
Burton, &c.—19, 20, New-Mills.—21, 22, 23, Denby.
•—24, 25, 26, Pocklington.
Kemp, John, 1807, 8, Newtown.—9, Aberdeen.—10, 11,
Banff.—12, Perth.—13, Brampton.—14, 15, Brough.—
16, 17, Douglas.—18, 19, Ramsay.—20, 21, Patring-
ton.—22, 23, Barnard-Castle.—24, Ulverston.—25,
Wigton.—26, Dumfries.
Kempsiiall, Thomas, 1824, Watlington.—25, Bradwell.—
26, Wolsingham.
Kendall, James, 1825, Isle of Wight.—26, Southampton.
Kerpezdron, A. De, 1812, 13, Rochester.—14, 15, Jer-
sey.—16, 17, Brussels.—18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24,
25, 26, Mer, France.
Kerr, David, 1824, Missionary.—25, 26, Morant-Bay, &c.
Jamaica.
Kershaw, John, 1789, Horncastle.— 90, Whitehaven.—
91, Birstal.—92, Whitby.—93, Stockton.—94, New-
castle.—95, York.—96, Huddersfield.—97, 98, Dundee.
—99, 1800, Edinburgh.—1, Chester.—2, 3, Bolton.—
4, 5, Colne.—6, 7, Rotherham.—8, Oldham.—9, 10,
Huddersfield.—11, 12, Bradford.—13, 14, Manchester.
—15,16, 17, Darlington.—18, Woodhouse-Grove.—19,


84
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
20, 21, Derby.—22, Wakefield.—23, 24, 25, 26, Lon-
don, North, Book-Steward.
Key, Thomas, 1809,* 10, Southampton.—11, Isle of
Wight.—12, Oxford, &c.—13, 14, Cromford.—15, 16,
Clithero.—17, Spalding.—18, Grantham.—19, Epworth.
—20, 21, 22, Wigton.—23, 24, Garstang.—25, 26,
Wigan.
Kirk, John, 1825, Burslem.—26, Oxford.
Kirkpatrick, Cleland, 1791, Biddeford.—92, Taunton.
—93, Penzance.—94, 95, Brecon.—96, Haverford-
West.—97, 98, Cardiff.—99, Brecon.—1800, 1, Leek.
—2, 3, Todmorden.—4, 5, Preston.—6, 7, Dewsbury.
—8, 9, Newcastle.—10, II, Nottingham.—12, Birming-
ham.—13, 14, Salford.—15, 16, Halifax.—17, 18,
Bramley.—19, 20, Huddersfield.—21,22, Macclesfield.
—23, 24, Liverpool.—25, Warrington.—26, Dewsbury.
Knight, Richard, 1816, Carbonear.—17, Fortune-Bay.
—18, 19, Bonavista and Catilina.—20, 21, 22, Carbo-
near.—23, Port-de-Grave.—24, Brigus.—25, Labrador
Coast.—26, Brigus, Newfoundland.
Knowlan, James, 1806, 7, Jamaica.—8, Liverpool, Nova-
Scotia.—9, 10, Cumberland.—11, 12, Halifax.—13, 14,
St.John’s and Fredericton.—15, 16, Liverpool, Nova-
Scotia.—17, Halifax.—18, 19, Shelburne.—20, Halifax.
—21, 22, 23, Montreal.—24, Melbourne, &c.—25,
26, Kingston, Canada.
Knowles, John, 1797, Macclesfield.—98, Stourport.—99,
Canterbury.—1800, Colchester.—1, Southampton.—2,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
85
Liverpool.—3, Ashby.—4, 5, 6, Guernsey, &c.—7, 8,
Portsmouth.—9, Penzance.—10, Redruth.—11, 12,
Taunton.—13, 14, 15, Brentford.—16, Dover.—17,
18, Deptford.—19, 20, 21, Sevenoaks.—22, 23,
Worcester.—24, High-Wycomb.—25, 26, London,
South.
Lalman, William H., 1816, Ceylon.—17, Matura.—18,
Matura and Belligam.—19, Caltura and Bentotte.—20,
Negombo.—21, Negombo, Chilaw, and Kornegalle.—
22, Negombo and Chilaw.—23, 24, 25, 26, Matura and
Belligam, Assistant Missionary.
Lancaster, James, 1810,* 11, Minehead.—12, Winch-
combe.—13, Kingsbridge.—14, Oakhampton.—15,
Sticklepath.—16, 17, Chichester.—18, Lowestoft.—19,
20, Attleborough.—21, Uttoxeter.—22, 23, Mansfield.
—24, 25, Denby-Dale.—26, Garstang.
Lancaster, John, 1804, Helstone.—5, Collumpton.—6,
Worcester.—7, 8, Hinckley.—9, 10, Dudley.—11, Bir-
mingham.—12, 13, S tourport.—14, 15, Glasgow, &c.
—16, 17, 18, Edinburgh, &c.—19, 20, 21, Rochester.
—22, 23, Hull.—24, 25, 26, Huddersfield.
Lang, Matthew, 1823, 24, Shefford, Canada.—25, 26,
St. Armand’s.
Langridge, William, 1815, Witney,—16, Brackley.—17,
Towcester.—18, Ampthill.—19, Manningtree.—20,
Sandhurst.—21, Higham-Ferrers.—22, 23, Melton-
Mowbray.—24, Stamford, &c.—25, Northmavin, Shet-
land Isles,—26, Northmavin, &c.
ii


86
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Langstone, John, 1822, Witney.—23, Banbury.—24, 25,
Dover.—26, Deal.
Lavers, William, 1823,* 24, 25, Maidstone.—26, Dover.
Lawry, Walter, 1817, New South-Wales.—18, 19,
Sydney, &c.—20, 21, Friendly Islands.—22, Van Die-
men’s Land.—23, 24, Friendly Islands.—25, 26, St.
Austle.
Laycock, Thomas, 1796, Colne.—97, Leicester.—98,
Wakefield.—99, Pontefract.—1800, 1, Northwich.—
2, 3, Easingwold.—4, Stourport.—5, Sheffield.—
6, 7, Loughborough.—8, 9, Doncaster.—10, 11,
Wetherby.—12, 13, Ripon.—14, Patrington.—15, 16,
Guisborough.—17, 18, Addingham.—19, 20, Todmor-
den.—21, Holmfirth.—22, 23, 24, Snaith,—25, 26,
Pocklington.
Leach, William, 1799, Huddersfield.—1800, Todmorden.
—1, Worcester.—2, Burton.—3, 4, Leeds.—5, 6, Man-
chester.—7, 8, Blackburn.—9, 10, Todmorden.—11,
12, Flalifax.—13, 14, York.—15, 16, Burnley.—17, 18,
Derby.—19, 20, Birmingham.—21, 22, 23, Sheffield.—
24, 25, Sunderland.—26, Darlington.
Lear, Samuel, 1808,* 9, Dursley.—10, 11, Gloucester.—
12, Brighton.—13, Salisbury.—14, 15, Cheltenham.—
16, 17, Chipping-Norton.—18, 19, 20, Bradford, Wilts.
—21, 22, 23, Reading.—24, 25, 26, Guernsey, &c.
Learoyd, Amos, 1822, Ashton-under-Line.—23, Hasling-
den.—24, Oldham.—25, 26, Knaresborough.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
87
Lee, John, 1803, Burton.—4, Spilsby.—5, 6, Grantham.—
Ashby..—7, Scarborough.—8, Epworth.—9, 10, Alstone.
—11, 12, Whitehaven.—13, 14, Middleham.—15, 16,
Kendal.—17, 18, Carlisle.—19, Alnwick.—20, 21,
Pateley-Bridge.—22, 23, Cleckheaton.—24, 25, 26,
Snaith.
Leigh, Samuel, 1812, 13, Shaftsbury.—14, Montreal.—
15, 16, 17, New Soutli-Wales.—18, 19, Sydney, &c.—
20, 21, 22, 23, 24, New-Zealand.—25, Sydney, Super.
—26, Paramatta, New South-Wales.
Leppington, John C., 1795, Norwich.—96, Yarmouth.
—97, Lynn.—98, Derby.—99, Grimsby.—1800,
Newark.—1, 2, 3, Bedford.—4, Wetherby—5, Gains-
borough.—6, Wakefield,—7, Sunderland.—8, Whitby.
9, Melton-Mowbray.—10, Stafford.—11, 12, Luton.—
13, Bacup.—14, 15, Blackburn.—16, Ilkestone.—17,
Market-Raisen.—18, Thirsk.—19, 20, Selby.—21,
New-Mills.—22, Gateshead.—23, 24, Grassington.—
25, 26, Wisbeach.
Lessey, Theophilus, 1808, Northwich.—9, 10, Congleton.
—11, 12, Stourport.—13, 14, Frome.—15, Derby.—
16, 17, 18, Bath.—19, 20, Weymouth.—21, 22, 23,
Manchester.—24, 25, 26, Halifax.
Levell, William, 1812, Wisbeach.—13, Ely.—14, 15,
New Buckenliam.—16, Swaffham.—17, Huntingdon.—
18, Waltham-Abbey, &c.—19, Waltham-Abbey.—20,
21, 22, Framlingham.—23, 24, 25, Carlisle.—26,
Penrith.
Lewis, John, 1814, Newfoundland.—15, Island-Cove.—
H 2


8S
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
16, Port-de-Grave.—17, Hant’s-Harbour.—18, 19,
Burin.—20, Spalding,—21, Brough, &c,—22, Garstang.
—23, Yell, Shetland Isles.—'24, 25, Walls, &c.—26,
Lerwick.
Lewis, Joseph, 1811,* 12, 13, Bradwell.—14, Redditch.
—15, Congleton.—16, Lichfield.—17, Preston.—18,
19, Carlisle.—20, 21, Greenock, &c.—22, Leigh.—23,
24, Melton-Mowbray.—25, 26, Grantham.
Lilly, Isaac, 1790,* 91, Norwich.—92, Bedford.—93,
Walsingham.—94, Lynn.—95, Boston.—96, Blandford.
—97, Chester,—98, 99, Northwich.—1800, Nottingham.
—1, Castle-Donnington.—2, Ripon.—3, 4, Grantham.
5, 6, Northampton.—7, Spilsby.— 8, 9, Richmond.—10,
Lancaster.—11, 12, Wetherby.—-13, 14, Dewsbury.—
15, Wigan.—16, Barnard-Castle, &c.—17, 18, Retford.
—19, Denby.—20, Brigg.—21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
Sleaford, Super.
Links, Jacob, 1818, Soutli-Africa.—19, 20, Khamies-
Berg.—21, 22, 23, Great Namacqualand.—24, 25,
Khamies-Berg.—26, Khamies-Berg, &c., Assistant
Missionary.
Lloyd, John, 1826, Carnarvon.
Lomas, John, 1820,21, 22, Kingswood, Head Master of
the School.—23, Cheltenham.—>24, 25, 26, Bath.
Lomas, John A., 1807, Leicester.—8, Mansfield.—-9,
Dursley.—10, Downend.—11, West-Bromwich.—12,
Wednesbury.—13, Keighley.—14, Rochester.—15,
Dover.—16, 17, Margate.—18, Huntingdon.—19, 20,


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
89
Ipswich.—21, 22, Wolverhampton.—23, Wrexham.—
24, 25, Wellington.—26, Woodhouse-Grove.
Lord, William, 1811, Brentford.—12, Leighton-Buz-
zard.—13, 14, Bingley.—15, 16, Doncaster.—17, 18,
Buxton.—19, 20, Bolton.—21, 22, 23, Brighton.—24,
25, Birmingham.—26, Stockton.
Loutit, James, 1825,* 26, St. Neot’s.
Lothian, Joseph, 1822, Brecon.—23, 24, Pembroke.—
25, 26, Lerwick, Shetland-Isles.
Lowe, George, 1788, Chester.—89, Blackburn.—90,
Thirsk.—91, Chester.—92, 93, Macclesfield.—94, 95,
Northwich.—96, 97, Nottingham.—98, Pocklington.—
99, Howden.—1800, Ripon.—1, Macclesfield, Super.
—2, Chester.—3, 4, Wrexham,—5, 6, 7, Shrewsbury.
—8, Shrewsbury, Super.—9, 10, Macclesfield, Super.
—11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,
24, 25, 26, Congleton, Super.
Ludlam, Thomas, 1810, St. Neot’s.—11, 12, Harwich.—
13, Lynn.—14, Rye.—15, Canterbury.—16, 17, Ash-
ton-under-Line.—18, 19, Northampton.—20, Tenter-
den.—21, 22, 23, Sevenoaks.—24, 25, Hastings.—
26, Waltham-Abbey.
Lumb, Matthew, 1783, The Dales.—84, 85, Inverness.
—86, 87, Berwick,—88, WeSt-Indies.—89, Antigua.—
90, St. Vincent’s.—91, 92, Barbadoes.—93, 94, Glas-
gow, &c.—95, Berwick.— 96, 97, Barnard-Castle.'—
98, 99, Ripon.—1800, 1, Newcastle.—2, Whitby.—
3, 4, Skipton.—5, 6, Isle of Man.—7, Chester.-—8, 9,


90
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Preston.—10, 11, Blackburn.—12, 13, Addingham.—
14, 15, Skipton.—16, 17, Keighley.—18, Knares-
borough.—19, 20, Selby.—21, 22, Todmorden,—23,
Blackburn.—24, 25, Bury.—26, Bradford, Super.
Lusher, Robert L., 1817, Newfoundland.—18,19, Mont-
real.—20, Quebec.—21, 22, 23, Halifax.—24, 25, 26,
Liverpool, Nova-Scotia.
Lynch, James, 1808, Lisburn.—9, 10, Carrickfergus.—
11, Belfast.—12, Castleblaney.—13, Asia.—14, Ceylon.
15, Jaffnapatam.—16, Ceylon.—17, Jaffnapatam.—18,
19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, Madras.—25, 26, Lisburn,
Ireland.
Lysk, Joseph, 1808, Launceston,—9, Exeter.—10, Salis-
bury.—11, Brighton.—12, 13, Jersey.—14, Camel-
ford.—15, 16, Taunton.—17, Tavistock.—18, 19,
Melksham.—20, 21, Dursley,—22, Higham-Ferrers.—
23, Deal.—24, Dudley.—25, 26, Market-Harborough.
M‘Allum, Daniel, 1817, IS, 19, Dunbar, &c.—20, 21,
Edinburgh.—-22, 23, North-Shields.—24, 25, 26, York.
M‘Allum, Duncan, 1775, Dundee.—76, Aberdeen.—•
77, Dundee.—78, Aberdeen.—79, Inverness.—80, 81,
Edinburgh.—82, Newcastle.—83, 84, Aberdeen,—85,
Dundee.—86, Ayr.—87, 88, Inverness.—89, 90, Aber-
deen.— 91, Inverness.—92, 93, Edinburgh.—94, Inver-
ness.—95, Inverness, &c.—96, 97, Inverness.—98, 99,
Aberdeen, &c.—1800, Glasgow.—1, Dumfries.—2,
Glasgow.—3, 4, Dumfries.—-5, Carlisle.—6, Newcastle.
—7, 8, Shields.'—9, Perth.—10, 11, Edinburgh.—12,
13, 14, Aberdeen.—15, 16, Morpeth.—17, 18, 19,


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
91
Dunbar, &c.~—20, 21, 22, Berwick.—23, Greenock,
&c.—24, 25, Dumfries.—26, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
M‘Coll, Duncan, 1793, New-Brunswick.—94, 95, 96,
St. Stephen’s.—97, Nov a-Scotia.—98, 99, 1800, 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, 6, Nova-Scotia and New-Brunswick.—7, 8,
Liverpool, Nova-Scotia.—9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
St. Stephen’s.—16, Cumberland.—17, 18, 19, St. Ste-
phens.—20, 21, St. David’s, &c.—'22, 23, 24, 25, 26,
St. Stephen’s.
M'Donald, James, 1784, Ballyconnell.—85, Charlemont.
— 86, Longford.—87, Londonderry.—88, Castlebar.—
89, 90, Newry.—91, Belfast.—92, Dublin.—93, Lis-
burn.—94, Newry.—95, Chester.—96, Stockport.—
97, 98, Bolton.—99, Liverpool.—1800, Rochdale.—
1, 2, Halifax.—3, 4, Wakefield.—5, 6, Stockport.—
7,8, Todmorden.—9, 10, York.—11, 12, 13, 14, 15,
16, London, East, Assistant Editor.—17, 18, Oldham.
—19, 20, Todmorden.—21, Dewsbury.—22,23, Ports-
mouth.—24, 25, Devonport.—26, Portsmouth, Super.
M‘Donald, George B., 1825, Devonport.—26, Portsmouth.
M‘Kenny, John, 1813, 14, 15, Cape of Good-Hope.—
16, Ceylon.—17, 18, Point-de-Galle.—19, Galle and
Amlamgoddy.—20, 21, 22, Caltura, &c.—23, Colombo
and Colpetty.—24, 25, 26, Caltura, &c.
M'Kintosii, Andrew, 1826, Yell, &c., Shetland.
M'Kitrick, William, 1803, 4, Alnwick, &c.—5, Hex-
ham, &c.—6, Halifax, &c.—7, Halifax.—8, 9, New-
Mills.—10, 11, Bolton.—12, 13, Preston.—14, 15,


92
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Sowerby-Bridge.—16, Holmfirth.—17, 18, Manches-
ter.—19, 20, Oldham.—21, Huddersfield.—22, 23,
York.—24, 25, Burnley.—26, Doncaster.
M'Laughlin, Archibald, 1811, Bedford.—12, Hunting-
don.—13, Brighton.—14, Biggleswade.—15, Stamford,
&c.—16, Belper.—17, Thetford.—18, Walsingham.—
19, 20, Leek.—21, Launceston.—22, Bedale.—23, 24,
Wigton.—25, Burton, &c.—26, Sleaford.
M‘Lean, John, 1825, Dunbar, &c.—26, Edinburgh.
M‘Nicoll, David, 1802,* 3, Edinburgh.—4, Glasgow.—
5, Easingwold.—6, 7, London.—8, Portsmouth.—9,
Sheffield.—10, 11, Nottingham.—12, 13, Birmingham.
—14, 15, Stockport.—16, 17, Leeds.—18, 19, Sun-
derland.—20, 21, 22, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.—23, 24,
Hull.—25, 26, London, West.
M'Owan, John, 1815, 16, Brechin.—17, 18, Aberdeen.
—19, 20, Elgin, &c.—21, 22, Banff.—23, 24, Ayr.—
25, 26, Oldham.
M£0wan, Peter, 1817, Greenock.—18, 19, Aberdeen.—
20, 21, Edinburgh.—22, 23, Waltham-Abbey.—24,
25, London, East.—26, Manchester, South.
Macpherson, Donald, 1825,* 26, Alexandria.
Mack, Robert, 1809, Kington.—10, Rye.—11, Harwich.
—12, Ipswich.—13, Leigh, Essex.—14, 15, Reading,
—16, 17, Whitchurch.—18, 19, Wellingborough.—
20, 21, Isle of Wight.—22, 23, Southampton.—24,
Poole.—25, 26, Liskeard.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
93
Mallinson, Matthew, 1808, Hull.—9, Long-Adding-
ham.—10, Epworth.—11, 12, Winterton.—13, 14, Ips-
wich.—15, 16, Huntingdon.—17, Leigh, Essex.—18,
19, Whitchurch.—20, Witney, &c.—21, Chipping-
Norton.—22, Walsingham.—23, Newtown.—24, New-
castle-under-Lyme.—25, 26, Banwell.
Manley, John, 1824, Missionary.—25, St. Christopher’s.
—26, Tortola.
Mann, Joseph, 1808, Grimsby.—9, 10, Epworth.—II,
Horncastle.—12, Spilsby.—13, 14, Market-Raisen.—
15, 16, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.—17, Sunderland, &c.—
18, Sunderland.—19, 20, 21, Stockton.—22, 23, Keigh-
ley.—24, 25, 26, Birstal.
Manseield, Ralph, 1819, New South-Wales—20, 21,
22, 23, Sydney, &c.—24, 25, Van Diemen’s Land.—
26, Sydney, New South-Wales.
Manwaring, Robert, 1824, Coventry.—25, 26, Chip-
ping-Norton.
Marsden, George, 1793, Stockport.—^94, Burslem.—
95, Birmingham.—96, 97, London.—98, 99, Maccles-
field.—1800, 1, Manchester.—2, 3, Hull.—4, 5, Old-
ham.—6, 7, Stockport.—8, 9, Bolton.—10, 11, Leeds.
—12, 13, Liverpool.—14, 15, Sunderland.—16, 17,
London, East.—18, 19, 20, London, West.—21, 22,
23, Leeds.—24, 25, 26, Manchester, North.
Marsden, Joshua, 1800, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Nova-Scotia and
New-Brunswick.—7, 8, 9,10,11, Bermuda.—12,13, 14,
New-York.—15, Plymouth-Dock.—16, 17, Blackburn.


94
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
—18, 19, Darlington.—20, 21, Hull,—22,23, Newark.
—24, 25, 26, Shrewsbury.
Marsh, Joseph, 1807,* 8, Weymouth.—9, Cardiff.—10,
Dursley.—11, Shepton-Mallet, &c.—12, 13, Hel-
stone.—14, Penzance, &c.—15, 16, St. Austle.—17,
18, Exeter.—19, 20, Launceston.—21, 22, Downend.—
23, 24, Shepton-Mallet.—25, 26, Kingswood.
Marshall, John, 1818, West-Indies.—19, Tortola, &c.—
20, Horton, &c.—Nova-Scotia, Super.—21, Sheffield.
—22, 23, 24, 25, Frederickton.—26, Tryon, &c.,
Prince Edward’s Island.
Marsland, George, 1819, Burslem.—20, Garstang.—
21, Spalding.—22, 23, 24, Edinburgh.—25, 26, Pais-
ley, &c.
Martin, Robert, 1804, Glasgow.—5, 6, Brechin.—7,
Edinburgh.—8, 9, Gainsborough.—10, 11, Rochester.
—12, 13, Sheffield.—14, Halifax.—15, 16, Salford.—
17, 18, Bury.—19, 20, 21, Oxford.—22, Melksham,
&c.—23, London, South.—24, London, East.—25,
Liverpool.—26, Liverpool, North.
Martin, Thomas, 1804, St. Austle.—5, Helstone.—6, 7,
Salisbury.-—8, Birmingham.—9, 10, London, West.—
11, Bristol.—12, 13, 14, Margate.—15, 16, Sevenoaks.
—17, 18, Portsmouth.—19, Portsmouth, &c.—20, 21,
Worcester.—22, 23, Plymouth-Dock.—24, 25, 26,
Hayle Copper-House.
Martins, Jose J., 1826, Negapatam, Assistant Mis-
sionary.


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
95
Mason, John, Sen., 1810, Banwell.—11, Pocklington,—
12, Selby.—13, South-Petherton.—14, Glastonbury.—
15, Howden.—16, 17, Towcester.—18, 19, Chipping-
Norton.—20, 21, Huntingdon.—22, 23, Hungerford.—
24, Monmouth.—25, 26, Redruth.
Mason, John, Jun., 1811, 12, Stafford.—13, Wednes-
bury.—14, Worcester.—15, 16, 17, Wolverhampton—
18, 19, Derby.—20, 21, 22, Coventry.—23, London,
West.—24, 25, 26, London, Missionary Secretary.
Mauger, Nicholas, 1798,* 99, 1800, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
Guernsey, &c.—6, Jersey.—7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, Guern-
sey, &c.—13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, Jersey.—
22, 23, 24, 25, 26, Jersey, &c., Super.
Meadmore, James, 1824, Wisbeacli.—25, Swaffham.—
26, Ipswich.
Meek, Joseph, 1800, Gainsborough.—1, Lincoln.—2,
Gainsborough.—3, Scarborough.—4, 5, Dundee.—
6, Inverness.—7, 8, Ripon.—9, 10, Malton.—11, 12,
Driffield.—13, 14, Whitby.—15, 16, Northwich.—17,
18, Bacup.—19, Ashton-under-Line.—20, 21, Belper.
—22, 23, Woodhouse-Grove.—24, 25, 26, Selby.
Melson, Robert, 1803, Witney.—4, Easingwold.—5,
Epworth.—6, Spalding.—7, Retford.—8, 9, Inverness.
—10, Brechin.—11, Arbroath.—12, Edinburgh.—13,
Edinburgh, &c.—14, Ashton-under-Line.—15, Roch-
dale.—16, 17, Malton.—18, 19, 20, Pickering.—21,22,
Otley.—23, 24, Todmorden.—25, 26, Loughborough.
Mercer, John, 1800, 1, Hexham.—2, Douglas, Isle of


96
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Man.—3, 4, Peel.—5, G, Whitehaven.—7, 8, Brough.—
9, 10, Barnard-Castle, &c.—11, 12, Carlisle.—13, 14,
15, Douglas.—1G, 17, 18, Ramsay.—19, 20, Peel.-—
21, 22, Birstal.—23, 24, 25, Otley.—26, Thirsk.
Mpthley, James, 1814, Ledbury.—15, Dursley.—16, 17,
Reading.—18, Rye.—19, Tenterden.—20, 21, 22, Can-
terbury.—23, 24, Colchester.—25, 26, Oxford.
Miller, George, 1817, Newport, Nova-Scotia.—18,
Ramsheg.—19, 20, Bedeque.—21, Yarmouth.—22,
Sheffield.—23, Newport.—24, 25, 26, Shelburne, &c.
Miller, James, 1812, Alnwick, See.—13, Alstone.—14,
15, Aberdeen.—16, Banff.—17, Greenock.—18, 19,
20, Brough, &c.—21, 22, Carlisle.—23, Darlington.—
24, Sevenoaks.—25, 26, Buxton.
Miller, Robert, 1788, Lynn.—89, Colchester.—90,
Sussex.—91, Glamorgan.—92, Stockport.—93, 94,
Bolton.—95, Oldham.—96, Rochdale.—97, 98, Halifax.
—99, 1800, Dewsbury.—1, 2, 3, Wednesbury.—-4,
Yarmouth.—5, 6, Chester.—7, Oldham.—8, 9, Not-
tingham.—10, 11, Sheffield.—12, 13, Macclesfield.—
14, 15, Salford.—16, 17, Blackburn.—IS, 19, War-
rington.—20, 21, 22, Haslingden.—23, Easingwold.—
24, 25, 26, Darlington, Super.
Miller, William E., 1799, Whitby.—-1800, Whitehaven.
—1, 2, Nottingham.—3, 4, Sheffield.—5, 6, Burslem.—
7, 8, Rochdale.—9, 10, York.—11, 12, Manchester.—
13, Bath.—14, 15, Carmarthen.—16, 17, Oldham.—18,
19, Leeds.—20, Birstal.—21, 22, 23, Cromford.—24,
Ashby.—25, 26, Sheffield, Super.


THE WESLEYAN-METHODIST PREACHERS.
97
Millman, Benjamin, 1805,* 6, 7, Penrith.—8, Newbury.
—9, Shaftsbury.—10, 11, Stamford.—12, Ely.—13,
14, Thetford.—15, 16, Wisbeach.—17, 18, Ipswich.—
19, 20, Manningtree.—21, 22, 23, Biggleswade.—24,
25, Thetford.—26, Shepton-Mallet.
Millward, Edward, 1794,* 95, Penzance.—96, St. Austle.
—97, Launceston.—98, Collumpton.—99, 1800, Poole.
—1, 2, Diss.—3, Norwich.—4, Helstone.—5, Truro.—
6, 7, Redruth.—8, 9, Bodmin.—10, 11, Swansea.—12,
13, Pembroke.—14, 15, Evesham.—16, 17, Wolver-
hampton.—18, 19, Newbury.—20, 21, Poole.—22,
Liskeard.—23, 24, Launceston.—25, 26, St. Austle.
Milner, Joseph T., 1825, Evesham.—26, Bradwell.
Milner, Thomas, 1825, Leeds.—26, Bradford.
Mole, James, 1806, Colchester.—7, Wolverhampton.-^-
8, Sevenoaks.—>9, 10, Dover.—11, 12, Rye.—13, 14,
Margate.—15, Bury St. Edmund’s, &c.—16, 17, Cam-
bridge.—18, 19, Canterbury.—20, 21, 22, Ashford.—
23, 24, Tenterden.—25, 26, Carmarthen.
Mole, Richard R., 1818, 19, Tavistock.—20, 21, Tiver-
ton.—22, Edinburgh.—23, 24, Perth.—25, Orms-
kirk, &c.—26, Shaftsbury.
Mollard, Thomas, 1810, Newtown.—11, Coleshill.—12,
, Redditch, &c.—13, Redditch.—14, 15, West-Brom-
wich.—16, Elgin.—17, 18, Peterhead.—19, Glas-
gow, &c.—20, Glasgow.—21, 22, 23, Dundee, &c.—
24, 25, 26, Durham.


98
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OF
Moody, Richard, 1808, South-Devon.—9,10, Biddeford.
—11, Isle of Wight.—12, 13, Exeter.—14, 15, Stroud,
&c.—16, 17, Bodmin.—18, 19, Kingsbridge.—20, 21,
22, Southampton.—23, 24, Salisbury.—25, 26, Mer-
thyr-Tydville.
Moore, Henry, 1779, Londonderry.—80, Charlemont.—
—81, Lisburn.—82, Londonderry.—83, Cork.—84, 85,
London.—86, 87, Dublin.—88, 89, London.—90, 91,
Bristol.—92, 93, Bath.—94, Bristol.—95, 96, Liver-
pool.—97, 98, Bath.—99, 1800, Liverpool.—1, 2,
Bristol.—3, 4, Birmingham.—5, 6, Leeds.—7, London,
Queen-street.—8, 9, London, West.—10, 11, Bath.—
12, 13, London, East.—14, 15, Liverpool.—16, 17,
Birmingham.—18, 19, York.—20, 21, 22, Bristol.—23,
London, N. E., President.—24, 25, London, N. E.—
26, London, North, Super.
Moore, Roger, 1815, New-Providence.—16, Harbour-
Island and Abaco.—17, Abaco.— 18, New-Providence.—
19, Harbour-Island.—20, Eleuthera.—21,22, 23, Turk’s
Island.—24, Harbour-Island, &c.—25, 26, Bermuda.
Morgan, David, 1822,* 23, Carnarvon, &c.—24, 25, 26,
Manchester, North.
Morgan, Elijah, 1809, 10, Brough.—11, Melton-Mow-
bray.—12, 13, Mansfield.—14, Hinckley.—15, Ashby.
—16, Midsummer-Norton.—17, Banwell.—18, 19,
20, Dursley.—21, 22, 23, Taunton.—24, 25, 26,
Axminster.
Morgan, John, 1820, Africa.—21, 22, 23, 24, St. Mary’s


THE WESLEYAN-METIIODIST PREACHERS.
99
and the River Gambia.—25, Stratford-on-Avon.—26,
Teignmouth, Super,
Morgan, Thomas, Sen., 1808, Ipswich.—9, Cirencester.
—10, Leigh, Essex.—11, St. Christopher’s.—12, Nevis.
—13, St. Christopher’s and St. Eustatius.—14, 15,
Antigua.—16, 17, St. Vincent’s.—18, Bungay.—19>
Walsingham.—20, 21, 22, 23, St. Christopher’s.—24,
25, Dominica.—26, Antigua, West.
Morgan, Thomas C., 1825, Southampton.—26, Montego-
Bay, Jamaica.
Morley, George, 1792, Nottingham,—93, Ashby.—94,
Worcestershire.—95, Castle-Dunnington.—96, 97, Li-
verpool.—98, 99, Chester.—1800, 1, Rotherham,—2,
3, Macclesfield.—4, 5, Newcastle-under-Lyme.—6, 7,
Bury.—8, 9, Stockport.—10, 11, Wednesbury.—12,
13, Leeds.—14, 15, Birmingham.—16, 17, Bristol.—
18, 19, 20, London, West.—21, 22, 23, London, N. E.
—24, 25, 26, London, West, Missionary Secretary.
Morris, John, 1813, Pickering.—14, Selby.—15, 16,
Guisborough.—17, Ashton-under-Line.—18, 19, 20,
Oldham.—21, Salford, Super.—22, 23, 24, Stourport.—
25, 26, Stockport.
Morris, Seth, 1812,* 13, Redruth, &c.—15, Haverford-
West.—16, Frome,—17, 18, Midsummer-Norton.—19,
20, Stroud.—21, Melksham.—22, 23, Skipton.—24,
25, West-Bromwich.—26, Dursley.
Mortier, John, 1814, Demerara.—15, Nevis.—16, 17,
i 2


100
AN ALPHABETICAL ARRANGEMENT OE
Demerara.—18, Trinidad.—19, 20, St. Vincent’s.—21,
Nevis.—22, 23, Demerara.—24, 25, 26, Grenada.
Mortimer, James, 1812, Bacup.—13, Rochdale,—14,
Preston.—15, 16, Ormskirk.—17, Bradwell.—18,
Woodhouse-Grove.—19, 20, Namptwich.—21, 22,
Wrexham.—23, 24, 25, Dewsbury.—26, Stourport.
Morton, Robert, 1813, Ramsay, Isle of Man.—14, Tan-
field.—15, Kendal.—16, Alstone.—17, Epworth.—18,
Boston.—19, Belper.—20,21, Stamford, &c.—22,23,
Grantham.—24, Luton.—25, 26, Huntingdon.
Moss, Tiiomas, 1815, Huddersfield.—16, Glasgow.—17,
Glasgow, &c.—18, Edinburgh.—19, Edinburgh, &c.—
20, 21, North-Shields.—22, 23, 24, Warrington.—25,
26, Preston.
Moulton, William, 1794, Oxfordshire.—95, Taunton,—
96, Bradford, Wilts.—97, 98, Stroud.—99, 1800,
Dewsbury.—1, London.—2, 3, Norwich.—4, 5, Bed-
ford.—6, 7, Newark.—8, Nottingham.—9, 10, 11,
Grantham.—12, 13, Mansfield.—14, Mansfield, &c.—
15, 16, Leicester.—17, Luton.—18, 19, Sheerness.—
20, 21, 22, Norwich.—23, 24, Wednesbury.—25, 26,
Congleton.
Mowat, James, 1819, Asia.—20, 21, 22, Bangalore.—
23, 24, 25, 26, Negapatam.
Mowat, William, 1812, Witney.—13, Brackley.—14,
15, Towcester.—16, Ashby.—17, 18, Stamford, &c.—
19, 20, Shepton-Mallet.—21, 2’2, Stroud.—23, 24,
Dursley.—25, 26, Cardiff.