A memoir of the late Rev. William Black, Wesleyan Minister, Halifax, N.S. including an account of the rise and progress of Methodism in Nova Scotia, characteristic notices of several individuals : with copious extracts from the unpublished correspondence of the Rev. John Wesley, Rev. D. Coke, Rev. Freeborn Garretson, etc by Matthew Richey

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Statementby Matthew Richey
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 49472, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 49472
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[electronic resource]: including an account of the rise and progress of Methodism in Nova Scotia, characteristic notices of several individuals: with copious extracts from the unpublished correspondence of the Rev.

John Wesley, Rev. Coke, Rev. Freeborn Garretson, etc. While there are several sketches of the life and work of the subject of this book, they are all based upon the "Memoirs of William Black" by the Rev.

Matthew Richey, D. D., which was published in Halifax, Nova Scotia. If you go to The John Rylands University Library, Manchester. All methodist ministers whether Primitive or Wesleyan minister are listed A - Z so click on the E for Elliott If he was WILLIAM G.C. Elliott, he was a Wesleyan (It has a W after his name) he was a minister from to I wonder does that tie in with you ancester.

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