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Ecumenical methodest conference. let, London, 1981
CITY ROAD CHAPEL, LONDON,
NOTE BY THE EDITORS.
THE 'HE undersigned were appointed to prepare for publication
the proceedings of the Ecumenical Methodist Conference. We were instructed to print the Essays, Invited Addresses, and Remarks as they appeared in the Methodist Recorder (Daily), with corrections made by the writers and speakers themselves. The Editors have faithfully adhered to their instructions, and have made no alterations not indicated by the authors; each of whom, in pursuance of the action of the Conference, was expected to furnish corrected copy. This not having been done in every case, it is likely that errors may appear; but we have used due diligence to give a fair and literal report of the proceedings.
The Rev. G. Stringer Rowe (Wesleyan) was appointed with us; he having been seriously ill, we have been deprived of his valuable assistance.
This Book, being the record of a Conference which must be historic, as it marks a memorable epoch in the progress of our Churches, is commended to the great Methodist Family in the belief that its perusal will advance the cause of the Redeemer, by inspiring the followers of Christ with greater zeal in working for the conversion of the world.
C. D. WARD,
J. M. WALDEN,
LONDON, October, 1881.