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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. such as is for the most part found in the Articles and Homilies of the Church of England ; from which^ indeed^ almost all of them are derived. " Orioi^^al An is the corruptibn 6f the nature of ertff nian/irhereby Inan is in his own nature inclined to evil^ so that the fie^hlusteth contrary to the Spirit. " That conse- itly we, as well as other men, " were, by nature, dead trespasses and sins, without hope, without God in the world," and therefore " children of wrath ;" that every man may say, " I was shapcn in wickedness, and in sin did tny mother conceive me;" that "there is no difference, in that ail have sinned, and eoine short of the glory of God :" of that gloiiou B image of Goit, wherein man wae originally And hence, when " the Lord looked down from ivea upon the children of men, he saw they were all gone of the way, they were altogeth CT- become abominable. righteous, no, not one;" none that truly ■m^h C after Crod: jast ^;reeable to- this, ia what is declared by lie; Holy Ghost: " God saw," when he looked down &Din heaven, " that the wickedness of man was great in the «arth 1" so great, " tliat every hnagination of the thoughts of. Let every Exhorter take care to have this renewed yearly. ^^:' M^dl^^fiiif^l Siy/agree to b Ving lliis gu^ject, hum^l^ aiiil^pdfie Ve^riin^/ t Seftore' ibe Cord' in'^o^ pmaie^sajnti 'pdfie Ve^ii^] ^tibitt^ and in' oiilf Ifkniiljr-d^vodons; and^to'r&^l distinctly and constantly^ whetf' W^'^ai Se'cidfect iioi^ conduct theptfb U6^f B%d*'Aifc^ty Goi * ' J" " ^ S.m Vi Si, Vy«)n V^iioti't^Ml'^i^^^ to' i^Attiitfte "i^pfi^di A ^^y^ for 'tie ^oly "Spint^ among our pec^le V andy Ob tbe Scmdayi K plrfecedlng dar usual qnar^l^ d Hys o P'fa)stfng*and prayer. W send m r d *crrf(v /- rg|f(^)|^^ where the Conferencse is hel#,.,;%:^|4f|||8}(^9ri^})i}|Cai| pi^i9g the ^e^i;|ff^ asthey wj^ib^^nj •,;;, ycj . There may, indeed, be pctraordinary cases, in which the Missionary Committee ight to be vested with power to modify some of the above anding Rules ; but euch cases must always be conudered exceptions, to be only admitted on the special deliberation id dedsion of the Conference or Conunittee. You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I rii5.'i;0fmift rrrvnildl^ * "3 ' . And ihip infection of nature doth remain^ even in them that tat regenerated ; whereby the lust of the fleshy called in Gredk ^povrifia &ap Khif is riot subject to the law of God. his heart was only evil continually." This is Goi I'h lains then, that the only true and ivtional way of Kiiinting' (or tlie general wickedness of mankind, in all 6 D0CT&IN2S or ages and nations^ is pointed out in these words. In and through their first parent^ all his posterity died in a spiritual sense; and they remain wholly ^dead in trespasses and sins^' till the second Adam makes them aliye. A preacher who marries while cai trial, iiidertfiy We may then raceive him as a Probationer by'giviog him « Minutes of the Conference inscribed thus :-- " To A. "You think it your duty to call sinners to repentance. We will distinctly call" di^ attention to that 'great diity,1)y sermons on such para *Si Sdrtp/tiu^ as dif^y relate to tho6e eopl Qus out-poumi^ (f grace, Hrtnch;' are'the diief hofe of the woftd, tad by w^^ ^ Dg, th a4-90Uftf D ^f their p men (. Anothex end wi B, we trust, be Accomplished by such ^eguhitions. Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Thus each individual will find his whole duty set before him at once, without referring to another place. These Doctrines, as they were fri-quent subjects t investigation in the early days of Methodism, either as ^Ting bee D misunderstood and opposed by other Denomi' s of christians, or by individuals among themselves 10 differed in opinion, they consider as having been long o sufficiently established. The monej contributed will be brought to the ensuing Conference. Help to relieve your companions in the kingdom of Jesus, who are pressed above measure. J t.9T'bp»er«ipa Bso B,iboiineote U'witb the eniployment of •J19 ^jxf^ffi Uf^i^va for whom they labonr, or in the Circuita to which ther aie -ijjj'iiu jtf Tion ."sm ,.'iujii J iiii«j 111 jii Tiil Biii3rn B attached, shall be flrtt e Kainmec L and ainiro Yed dt tfie Qiurteilj-Meetmga, and then allow M by the District- Meetings,, to he p^iil out of t! In orilir in provide ior ttie expenses wluch mav be incurcedhy theeniploviiii. Cav we adopt any Airther n •promote the sjitritiutl benefit of the Societies under our care? We deem it expedient and proper to aildresa the kxaeties annually in a Paitoral Letter from the Conference- is practice shall be commenced at the present Conference ; •nd the address now prepared and approved, eha O be im- Riediately printed, that it may be sent to the Circuits, itnd c read forthwith in all otu* Congregations, and shall be (ifterward G published in our Minutes, and in the Methodist j Hsigaiine. 'before the cbimii'cn M^etit'iif Ha sini Dg«i' m M -that i Iiey! facpo^ wilt be pe^ftti^tl^ BMlnt&ined, — That the Wesleyaii -Mo- thodieti'tt^oile B«d^ in tivery part of the wor Hi i .r,'' ' ''fi.'Thal the British Conference have freqneiitly fqoieed in the very favourable accnnnts which have been reoeiwit, y M^after'yeatsof'the gt^t and glorious voi^ KMch 6od i X'grad^sly-tsrryjng-on'in'tliel Miied Siaiei' o£ l Aiaaiii; but tbat'it' Is with' ^wca/ior j^eosure'tb^l they roceiv B a. American Conferences abou Ul be 4Biitinued ; and tltac prior, to the time of t^e njsxt General Conferense id America, the B^i MBl} Conference will appivnt leor 0)910 of t Ueir Sody to visit our Brethren id Araerica, id to be present nt their General Co Dfereqc&. That the Stationing Committee shall bt Hy sia'tion, iii ituwa c(»;5.-(; Ett»j(ii.? And it is further hoped that, with the same view, all the Members and Friends of this St Mnetf i Will s Bnctioii, in theii sevraal neighbourhoods. It will also he necessary to state to the Candidates, that Committee will not, in future, send out any Missionary has a matrimonial engagement unfiilfilled. Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. All, therefore, which may be necessary for the present design, is to place these Doctrines in such an order, and in such language as is authorized by the Body. " Bear ye one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ." Help to send forth able;, willing labourers into your Lord's harvest : so shall ye be r ...,.,.„.. Preai Ji^ employid h such Station^,' vtis li^^tcl- I ^Igrti CQii Eddtited as Hoi DC-Mis^cuia Tie^r' abill bt 'fac We«R^th' I cp Qsideretl as' iadditiouul Pneanhers^ Bubjeccto the atltltvhy [ q^[lj^i DUtrt M(r Meeimg H;iond taiaveryj Mn of o Uf ' [li«(^Hne,' |ISis«ia W,fflher.ft-eac Ilei: H-'n! io yearly Cil Icc Lion, Jii;ccir(ting to me san^e Ituk's «]iich direct the payment of aji olhw aii Saus. Titufnihiiti(I Treat^hcrs, forihe -^'S^^Uif^^t'^, '^'' *■'"''"■' ^'"^ '" '^'■'''"■""^'^' '"'.? *K, Sl" a W" Preachen shall in general lodge at those places JQ,^t^ SP^B^h W*^^ "^^Xte? Sp- jiresentatfi-e from the General Conffflence in dini Bioa.w5rbe stateiuent given by ourheloved Brother, Mit Emory, of the fires^C scate of Metbodismt In America, has b^n 'iati Ave A t Htlt m Uth joy: aiid'ih^ Cmiferenee h^^eby eiprcs Mi^its hi^ satisthccloi K'not 'On1y"in' carrying (be Gospd of our Lord ..^^esua Om^t ta ftie loi^im uitws. a^ead; givea , ta their Uniius in that natural and moral wilderness r, ttif A hi^tes, that the time is drawi Dg near, when the ahorigiaei of that vast Co Uianant Elii ULbeeainctlteitiildqn^ gian^e fo Uuwersof Vlir gradons Aedeeuer. 5, That a letter shall be sent to the American Qiethren, ^^ootsioi Dg these Kesolutio.ns, and . fl U7^,*e,fi WJh^;r H^ *loffo^(f W^i##^ Conference, been properly infonned of (t^i®B((^yi|ji! by thdr pcesence and influence, the Monthly Missionary Frayer-Meeting G, which should be held in every Chapel in the Methodist Connexion, according to the Rccommendalicn of the Conference, published in their Minutes for 1815 ; at which Meetings, Bxtracla from the Missionary Notices, con- taining Tfcent intel Ugence from the Foreign Stationa, may , bp read, and united supp Ut^tions o Sered up for the salvation f the World. If the Can- ite offers himself to the Committee to go out married, he lot be finally accepted, until satisfactory testimony as to suitableness of the person he intends to marry is ob- tained by the Secretaries, should no exp Hcit testimony on point be transmitted from the District-Meeting, in 106 LAWS ANSBIOULATIOMS OV answer to the 1 5th and 16tfa Que Btion B. First, the Prophet Isaiah saith^ '' Surely he hath home our griefs^ and carried our sorrows ; yet did we esteem him stricken^ smitten of God, and afflicted. Will you diligently UM the children in every place ? Will you recommend fasting, ■hoffi--'li^ precept and example ? Every Snperintesadent ia lyot wly charged with the observance of them himself, bat is niipsn* sible, as far as may be, for their observance by the Brethren under his direiction, or for an immediate report to iiw IMf- trict, to the Managing Committer in London, in any in which they may have been violated. Set before yon constantly the example of the holy Apostle ; This one t Miig I do; forgetting those things which are behind, and nadi^ ing forth unto those things which are before, I press towudi the mark, for the prize of the high calling of God in Chikt Jesus." (Plu L iii.



I • The Di Bt:iri.i NE by which the Body has from the beginning been governed, and by which it con- 'tinues to Sourishj occupies a large place in its Con- «tituti(m. What is contributed toward the Fund for super- annuated and supernumerary preachers ? From [he ntoraent we are justified, there may be a gradual sane- tiilcalion, a growing in grace, a daily advance in the knfl^- ledge and love of God. The Fkseaoher, eased of this weight, can the more dbeerfu Uy go on in his labour. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Rules concerning the Stationing Com- ^^L """ 117 ^ • k /. an, intent)j;n qf publishing' r SUf^r*r ';^(]di,,(thaug1b.sumethiiig of thp-kiqd waf^paet^dr fiftm^ y^^,agp, fn)m a.rpspecta Wei Prqacheffiinitbei £9))()e^;i^(^,).Kl..tli^iki Qg t^e present to Ik fl, kind- 4)£.fipoclf,j;t'^^*^r^^^''[pf lyiathodi Ktiu ah^p Qompi^f %as.«pdei^Y''"F'^ ^9 ^WPPlj' accordirg 1,0 tlie^ljest-Qt'' lli Bt,^lf^^^ lia B,)oftcn been espr&ssed.fo'ke'ft' :^s J£^le^ei;t„iajid. ft3" In the following Digest the usual method of the Conference, in proposing its Regulations in the form of Question and Answer, has . You I will be no poorer for what you do an audi an occasion. And you know, in doing tliis, you "lend unto the Lord; in due time he shall pay you ■g Kn." (J. To thia end he may then read and enlarge upon the M- ■ lowing hinu in every society. How shall we send labourers into those parts, where t Jiey are most of all wanted? If there be any difference between the Preachen in a District^ the respective parties shall choose two Pkeadben; and the Chairman of the District, with the four Pre Mbcn so chosen, shall be final arbiters to determine the matters in dispute. In order to render our Districts move effective :^ 1. ( This Committee shall consist of the President and Secretary -irf the Conference, for the time being, and of forty-eighl other Memhera; of whom at least one third (eight Tnivel- vling Preachers, and eight other Members of the Methodiiit Society) shall he selected from the Country Circuits : the 198 LAWS AND REOULATIOXS SF rest shall be resident in or near London, wbere Ineietiiigi df the Committee diall be held once a month miitilt M , after which it will proceed in regular course* Four of- the opuntry Members (twa Preachers and two others) shall -abo be changed annually. One or more general Treasurers^ wha' sha H be entitled to sit and vote with* the Committee, during the year oi their continuance in office, shall, be annually s^pointed. t the General Committee shall be at liberty to employ snch persons as they deem suitable. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. been ob- served ; not metely as preserving the authority en- tire, but as frequently tending to elucidate the Regulations themselves, by the questions with which they are introduced. Suppose the north-west of Ireland, and the north of Scotland ? Uniahed thdr hearts^ and then they will gladly provide far dun that preach it Does it not lie upon us^ in the mean tliiie» to supply their lack of service ? Shall any alteration be made oonoenuiig the exercise of the office of a Chairman of a District? In both cases the Chairman shall have a casting voicei ia case of an equality. The President of the Conference shall have power, when applied to, to supply a Circuit with Preachen, if any should die, or desist from travelling ; and to sandfen any change of Preachers which it may be necessary to ipake in the intervals of the Conference. , % The CJiurnmii: of each Dj»tncl« in conjanction witb his Brethren of the Committw, shall he re^Misihle to th^ Conference for the execution of the Laws, as far as hit Distiict is oonoaaetl. Provided always, that such persons shall have been previously recommended by thdr respective Superintendents, by the Quarterly- Meetin^B of the Circuits in which they reside, and either by the District- Meetings, or by three other neighbouring Superintendents, and also previously examined and approved by as many of the Preachers of the London District as can conveniently assemble, who shall be considered, on such occasio DB, as exercising, on behalf of the Conference, the same functions which would, in ordinary cases, belong to the Special Com* mittee appointed during the sittings of the Conferene^ according to the 2nd and 4th Articles of this Rule: Provided also, that this right of the Committee to employ Missionaries not entered on the Annual List, shall be exercised only ia case of pressing necesahy, and net without the consent of the President of the Conference for the time being, p^^V. It is thought, therefore, that a Digest of all the Laws and Reculatioss,' up to tiie present time, will prove an acceptable and useful Manual, not to the Travelling Preachers only, but also to all who hold any Official Situation in the Connexion. " Cer- tainly we must insbt on the gradual change : ^snd , that aamestly and continually. (AVhereaa just the contrary effects ore obserfed, whenever this expectation ceases.) They are saved by hope, by this hope of a total change, with a gradually increasing salvation. But ^tfa now gen^^Uy prevails, and its adversaries are put to silence. Ev EBv person enbsm Ung'nnnit&f ttar-nm 'bf 6 Guinea, and npwards, and every benefactor presentiiiji; Hiation af Ten Pounds, and upwards, shall be tieeracd a naber of this Sodetyi and entitled, as such, to s copy of General Annual Report. All Methodist Missionary Societies which have already been formed, and those which it is intended to form s it shall be found practicable, for the several I Piltrict K in this kingdom into which the Methodist Uon" 1 is divided, shall be entitled "Auxiliary Methodist y Societies," for the Districtt in which they have been, or may be, formed.