Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII

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Author: John Wesley

CCCXCVIII. — To the Same.

My Dear Sister,London, December 9, 1780.

God knoweth the way wherein you go; and when you have been tried, you shall come forth as gold. I believe, if you drank nettle-tea, (five or six leaves,) instead of common tea, it would swiftly restore your strength. If a proper application be made to the Magistrates, undoubtedly they will secure the peace. Persecution is more and more out of fashion since King George came to the throne. But, in the mean time, let prayer be made continually.

I am

Your affectionate brother.

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Chicago: John Wesley, "CCCXCVIII. — To the Same.," Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII, ed. Thomas Jackson in Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII (London: Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, 1872), Original Sources, accessed April 24, 2018, http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=CPVTB1JW6KNLREG.

MLA: Wesley, John. "CCCXCVIII. — To the Same." Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII, edited by Thomas Jackson, in Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII, London, Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, 1872, Original Sources. 24 Apr. 2018. www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=CPVTB1JW6KNLREG.

Harvard: Wesley, J, 'CCCXCVIII. — To the Same.' in Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII, ed. . cited in 1872, Collected Works of John Wesley, Volume XII, Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, London. Original Sources, retrieved 24 April 2018, from http://www.originalsources.com/Document.aspx?DocID=CPVTB1JW6KNLREG.