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Memoirs of James Lackington, who from the humble station of a journeyman shoemaker, by great industry, amassed a large fortune, and now lives in a splendid stile, in London. Containing, among other curious and facetious anecdotes, a succinct account of the watch-nights, classes, bands, love-feasts, &c. of the Methodists; with specimens of Mr. Wesley's and Mr. Whitfield's [i.e., Whitefield's] mode of preaching, and the means made use of by them in propogating their tenets. Written by himself. Formerly one of the brethren of Mr. Wesley's church.

Lackington, James, 1746-1815.
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1796
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Newburgh [N.Y.] : Printed by D. Denniston, for J. Fellows, New-York, 1796.

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xi, [2], 14-268 p. ; 12⁰.

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ESTC W25997
Evans, 30668

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