Olivers, Thomas. A Full Refutation of the Doctrine of Unconditional Perseverance: In a Discourse on Hebrews II. 3. New-York: J. Soule and T. Mason, for the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States, 1818.
Full leather binding with gilt rules to spine, 3 x 5 1/4 inches, defective, lacking one leaf of text (pp. 143-4). 214 pp. with 2 pp. list of books for sale. Lacks the ffep - begins at title page. Fair. 
Thomas Olivers (1725-1799), was converted in Bristol, England, by the preaching of George Whitefield. He had lead a dissolute early life and after his conversion he joined with the Methodists. He entered the itinerancy in 1753 and after working in many parts of the England, settled in London as the corrector of John Wesley's printing press, and co-editor of The Arminian Magazine. Olivers was one of the earliest Methodist preachers. He also composed the early Methodist hymn, The God of Abraham Praise.
The Prefatory Dedication is to Rev. John Wesley, and begins "Sir, As God has made you the first instrument in the present revival of religion in these lands, whereby so many thousands have been turned from the evil of their way..."
We've sold this little volume for $100 in the past, and you can find them in that range online. Priced low due to the missing leaf.