Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839
Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839

Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839

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Hayman, John Gould. A History of the Methodist Revival of the Last Century in its relations to North Devon. From the First Visit of the Wesleys to the Centenary Year in 1839. London: T. Woolmer, (1871). First Edition.

Faded maroon cloth, backstrip color washed out and stained, rear board with white stains, less so to front. 4 3/4 x 7 inches, recent former owner's signature on front paste-down, xi., 192 clean and unmarked pp., lacks rfep, two small holes to margin of (iii.-iv.). Fair. Hardcover.  [4276] 

Roberts does not record this edition, but the second edition of 1886 is his no. 2675. We do not find a copy of either edition for sale elsewhere (March 2020).

The book is not limited to the time of the Wesleys, but includes accounts of revivals in North Devon up to 1839.

"The author has sought to make this little volume a history, not only of a denomination, but also of the general outgrowth of religious feeling and life which resulted from the labours of the early Methodist preachers in North Devon...it has been the object of the writer to exhibit the influence of Christianity on the heart and life..." - from the Preface.