Excerpt from Modern Developments in Methodism The writer can honestly say that he has carefully studied the literature of the subject not only the well-known Methodist histories and biographies, but also many magazine articles, pamphlets, memoirs, reports, private documents, &c., which have been gathered from many sources. Also, he can honestly say that he has striven to be perfectly vfair and correct. Certainly he has made no state ment with the desire to wound. Indeed, he Sincerely hopes that, by elucidating Methodist history, he has made some contribution, how ever slight, to the cause of Methodist reunion. That fascinating dream can never be realised by the forgetting, or the ignoring, of history.
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