The experience of Sampson Maynard, Local Preacher of the Methodist E. Church

The experience of Sampson Maynard, Local Preacher of the Methodist E. Church

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: — THE EXPERIENCE OP SAMPSON MAYIVARD, Local Preacher of /the Methodist E. Church, K (written by himself.) TO WHICH IS PREFIXED, JiJS' iALLEGORICALjADDRESf^ TO THE SS^orlti,mxxiniim OK, THIMBLE FULL OF TRVTH,A TO BLOW UP THE WORLD OF ERROR. 1 have 110 son or nephew hero To bear my niim© or drop a tear, :Wbon I am denJ and gone This little book I loavo above true low.The grave, as a pledge of To every living man. aaeto*3^orU 'KINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, RY WM. C. TATLOK I -^ / V :^yf)^n T^ />-r> : FOi:t5DATIO*^'»TILDES5 1-ieao Eivau.' JVctu- Yorlc, sj.Southern IJiMrict of ' 28, day of July, A. D.That on the hBE IT REMEMBERED, Independence ol ilie Uuitedyear of thejy28, in the fifty-third District,of the saidSAMPSON MAYNARD,Slates of America, right whereofof a book, thethis office the titlehaih deposited in following, to witin the woidsho claims us author, rreacher of the '• Miiynard, LocalExperience of SampsonThe o which is pre-Written hy himself. 1Episcopal Church.Methodist or, a thimble lullto ihe Christian woild,Allegorical Adilressfixed An world of Error.blow up theof Truth, to hereno son or nephewI have drop a tearbeat my name, orTo and gone ;—When Iam dead booli 1 leave aboveThis little loveas a true phsdge olThe grave, evci V living man."To entitled,the United States,Act of Congress ofIn conformity to the the copies oilearning, by securing« encouragement ofAn act for the of copiesand ptuprietors sucbbooks, to the authorsmaiifi, charts, and act en.

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THE EXPERIENCE
OP
SAMPSON MAYIVARD,
Local Preacher of /the Methodist E. Church,
K
(written by himself.)
TO WHICH IS PREFIXED,
JiJS' iALLEGORICALjADDRESf^
TO THE
SS^orlti,mxxiniim
OK,
THIMBLE FULL OF TRVTH,A
TO BLOW UP THE WORLD OF ERROR.
1 have 110 son or nephew hero
To bear my niim© or drop a tear,
:Wbon I am denJ and gone
This little book I loavo above
true low.The grave, as a pledge of
To every living man.
aaeto*3^orU
'KINTED FOR THE AUTHOR, RY WM. C. TATLOK
I -^
/ V
:^yf)^n
T^ />-r>:
FOi:t5DATIO*^'»TILDES5
1-ieao
Eivau.'
JVctu- Yorlc, sj.Southern IJiMrict of
' 28, day of July, A. D.That on the hBE IT REMEMBERED,
Independence ol ilie Uuitedyear of thejy28, in the fifty-third
District,of the saidSAMPSON MAYNARD,Slates of America,
right whereofof a book, thethis office the titlehaih deposited in
following, to witin the woidsho claims us author,
rreacher of the
'• Miiynard, LocalExperience of SampsonThe
o which is pre-Written hy himself. 1Episcopal Church.Methodist
or, a thimble lullto ihe Christian woild,Allegorical Adilressfixed An
world of Error.blow up theof Truth, to
hereno son or nephewI have
drop a tearbeat my name, orTo
and gone ;—When Iam dead
booli 1 leave aboveThis little
loveas a true phsdge olThe grave,
evci V living man."To
entitled,the United States,Act of Congress ofIn conformity to the
the copies oilearning, by securing« encouragement ofAn act for the
of copiesand ptuprietors sucbbooks, to the authorsmaiifi, charts, and
act en.illed, An;" and also, to antherein menionedduring the times
the encouragemententitled an Act torto an act,Act,supplementary
and bouks, lo thecopies of map-s charts,by securing theof learning, men-the times thereinsuch copies, duiingand proprieto.s ofauthors
de.sigmng,(he arts ofthe benefits thereo toand extendingtioned,
(^«ts.historical and otbrrxind etchingengraving, j,,„j„^3^
^
New-York.Southern District ofClerk of theADVERTISEMENT,
1.—Is the mind and will of God which he
ha'j madeknown to us, in that book called the
Bible, the truth, and nothingthe whole truth,
2.btit the plain truth ? —If it be, can God,
consistently with justice, bring forward any
other mind or will? 3.—How will God
judge the wills, theworld with both these
Godone plain truth, which declares that
does not respect any man, personally, but
those who have, by their own acts, form-
ed a c^haracter ? and in order for a person
to be'poine subject to any law, he must have
keep bepower to that law, or he cannot said
4to break it ifi any shape whatever —How
will both these jarriisg decrees dwell harmo-
niously in that adorable whogreat and being
has very properly been styled the "centre
and essence of love V^ I think the man who
can reconcile these things, will do more than
has yet been known ormade to us by God,
Christ, (»r any of the inspired writers ; and
until fhis is done, I, for one, will shout glory
to God in the highest, and hallelujah to the
Lord for ever and ever—for plain truth.
SAMPSON MAYNAKD.