A Biography, with Special Reference to His Labors in America
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CHAPTER I. MORAL STATE OF GREAT BRITAIN IN THE EARLY PART OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY—WHITEFIELD, FROM HIS BIRTH TO HIS FIRST SERMON. 1714-1736.
CHAPTER II. WHITEFIELD'S SUCCESS AS A PREACHER IN ENGLAND—FIRST VISIT TO AMERICA. 1736-1738.
CHAPTER XVII. TESTIMONIES AND FACTS ILLUSTRATIVE OF WHITEFIELD'S CHARACTER.
CHAPTER XVIII. CHARACTER OF WHITEFIELD AS A PREACHER—CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIONS.