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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			

                     TABLE OF CONTENTS.




First Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference.........................  1
Second and Third Day's Proceedings of  Ecumenical Conference.............  2
Fourth anD Fifth Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference..............  3
Sixth and Seventh Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference.............  4
Eighth Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference........................  5
Ninth Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference.........................  6
Tenth and Eleventh Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference............  7
Twelfth and Last Day's Proceedings of Ecumenical Conference..............  8
Introductory Remarks of Bishop Arnett at Ecumenical Conference...........  9
The Term  Methodist when first applied................................... 10
The "Holy Club" and its Members.......................................... 10
John and Charles Wesley's Conversion..................................... 10
The First Methodist Society Organized.................................... 10
John Wesley's First Sermon............................................... 10
The Conversion of Sir Nathaniel Gilbert.................................. 11
The Baptism of the First African Woman, by Jno. Wesley................... 11
The First Missionary to the Negroes, 1787................................ 11 
The First Regular Pastor to a Negro Congregation in the world............ 11 
The First Missionaries sent by the A. M. E. Church....................... 12
Rev. C. W. Mossell and Rev. T. G. Stewart................................ 12
Peter Williams the first colored man a member of the M. E. Church........ 12
The First Class in New York and "Betta, The African Servant.............. 12
Aunt Annie at Sam's Creek with Robert Strowbridge........................ 12
Miss Belle Switzer and her Pupil......................................... 13
The Connection of the Negro with Methodism complete...................... 13
What has been the effect of Methodism in Society......................... 13
The superiority of  Methodism  over  other  denominations  as a  friend
      to the Negro....................................................... 14
The superiority of African Methodist over Methodism in recognizing the
      ability of the Negro to Lead.  The ordination of Allen--Deacon and
      Richard Allen, the First Negro Bishop in the world................. 14




			
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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism


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