For those unacquainted with the mechanism of Methodism, it may be well briefly to state what were this person's functions.
The story of Methodism in Newfoundland, reads like a bit of romance.
By the time that Fletcher became acquainted with Methodism it had passed through some important stages of its history.
Dr. Ryerson felt that it was a memorable day in the annals of Methodism in Toronto.
It is hoped that Methodism will abide by its doctrinal creed, for by it all its victories have been achieved.
There never was a meeting in Methodism like the one at City Road.
Methodism, of course, brings to my mind a long train of early associations.
It was not an occasion upon which to vindicate Methodism in an argument.
Something may have been lost when Methodism moved from its academic birthplace into the work-day world, but more was gained.
Did it not savour strongly of dissent, Methodism, and similar low stuff?