A defence of the people denominated Methodists, being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question: "ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts, and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind?" By J. H. Prince, Author of ``the Christian's Duty to God and the Constitution,'' and ``original Letters and Essays on Moral and Entertaining Subjects.''

Publication Date1797
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