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John Wesley in old age

John Wesley in old age

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

John Wesley in old age; print.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: c1700s - 1800s

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

John Wesley

John Wesley

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Oil painting: John Wesley by John Renton RA.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: c1700s - 1800s

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

View of chapel, John Wesley’s New Room

View of chapel, John Wesley's New Room

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Exterior view, looking up at chapel.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Pews of chapel, John Wesley’s New Room

Pews of chapel, John Wesley's New room

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Pews of chapel.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Page of pamphlet – A letter to a friend concerning tea, 1768.
Wesley considered tea to be expensive, but fashion meant people were buying it who could not afford it.Wesley also considered it to be bad for the health.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: 1768

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Object ID:NR 2001.393

John Wesley’s Thoughts Upon Slavery

John Wesley's Thoughts Upon Slavery

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Page from ‘Works of Wesley’, Vol. 16, pub. 1809, a version of John Wesley’s Thoughts upon Slavery.
Originally printed as a pamphlet in 1774, this sermon has been reprinted in various collected works of John Wesley.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: unknown

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Page of pamphlet – A letter to a friend concerning tea, 1768.
Wesley considered tea to be expensive, but fashion meant people were buying it who could not afford it.Wesley also considered it to be bad for the health.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: 1768

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Object ID:NR 2001.393

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Page of pamphlet – A letter to a friend concerning tea, 1768.
Wesley considered tea to be expensive, but fashion meant people were buying it who could not afford it.Wesley also considered it to be bad for the health.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: 1768

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Object ID:NR 2001.393

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Description:

The New Room, John Wesley’s Chapel, Bristol. Founding date 1739.

Page of pamphlet – A letter to a friend concerning tea, 1768.
Wesley considered tea to be expensive, but fashion meant people were buying it who could not afford it.Wesley also considered it to be bad for the health.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: 1768

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Object ID:NR 2001.393

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Page of pamphlet concerning tea

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Page of pamphlet – A letter to a friend concerning tea, 1768.
Wesley considered tea to be expensive, but fashion meant people were buying it who could not afford it.Wesley also considered it to be bad for the health.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: 1768

Copyright: Copyright, John Wesley's Chapel

Object ID:NR 2001.393

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