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SEC I. . Of the Origin of the Methodist
ferences .* - - - -
of Bishops, and of their duty -
their Duty . . . . .
of travelling Elders, and of their
of travelling Deacons, and of their
Duty :. :.:
Preachers, and of their Duty ."
they are moved by the Holy Ghost to
preach . . . . .
Preaching, and of other public Ex-
God, themselves, and one another
SEC XIII. Rules by which we should con.
tinue, or Desist from Preaching at
any place - - - - - 56
guarding against sins that are so
Practical Religion - - -
bly, when we are not Travelling or
engaged in public exercices :
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moral Ministers or Preachers shall
tervals of the Conferences.
in time of Conference, and to pre-
serve and increase the Work of God. 73
SEC I. The Nature, design, and general
Rules of the United Societies .
SEC IV. Ofthe Privileges granted to seri.
ous Persons who are not of our Soci-
Conferences, &c. .. .
Order to be observed therein .
SEC IV. Of the Allowances to the Min-
isters and Preachers, and to their
Wives, Widows, and Children
SEC VIII. Local Preachers to have an Al-
lowance in given cases . -
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