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George John Stevenson "From Epworth To London With John Wesley" Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated Methodist

Stevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated Methodist
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Stevenson, George John "From Epworth To London With John Wesley" Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated Methodist
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Stevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated MethodistStevenson, George John  From Epworth To London With John Wesley Book 1890 Signed Autograph Illustrated Methodist
"From Epworth To London With John Wesley Being Fifty Photo-Engravings Of The Sacred Places Of Methodism"-With Descriptions From Notes Written Especially For These Views By-George John Stevenson M.A. of London England-1890-Cleveland Printing-8 1/2" X 7 1/2"-hardcover book-engraved cover wtih gold-Illustrations by G. W. Edmondson-Signed By George John Stevenson..........How little we know in what way the words we utter may affect those hearing them was exemplified in the case of the person making the following remark in the presence of the illustrator of this work. The words were to this effect: "That the interest in the life and writings of the Founder of Methodism was waning, and that something should be done to awaken a desire amongst Methodists to know more of John Wesley. " Nothing, it seemed, could more effectually achieve this than to present to that people photographs and data, taken and collected "on the spot" of places made sacred to all Methodists by their association with the Wesleys. Over a century of collected work, this book is a treasure for the collector.The book has handwritten names and dedications on the first page.The book has been autographed on the title page by George John Stevenson with a fountain pen in black....................BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION...............................