Having passed my examination in the usual way, I was received into full connection as a local preacher.
The local preacher knelt on the platform, and offered up a prayer.
That a local preacher should go direct from the vestry to the gin-palace and there drink ale with a strolling player!
"So Mr. So-and-So is dead," in reference to a local preacher.
He used to keep a pony and gig, and his foreman, one Solomon Bingham, was a local preacher.
He was persuaded, also, that every local preacher had a similar call.
Rolfe confessed his heart's erring with the local preacher as well as the Governor.
Francis Clark, a local preacher, was the first to enter Kentucky, in 1782.
His son, who was both class-leader and local preacher, was both a drink-seller and a pawnbroker.
And this man is an elder, and had been advanced to be a local preacher.