Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Church in South Australia at their First Annual Conference begun in Adelaide, January 28, 1874 [bound with the Minutes of the Second to Thirteenth Annual Conferences, 1875 to 1886]. Methodism.
Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Church in South Australia at their First Annual Conference begun in Adelaide, January 28, 1874 [bound with the Minutes of the Second to Thirteenth Annual Conferences, 1875 to 1886]
Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Church in South Australia at their First Annual Conference begun in Adelaide, January 28, 1874 [bound with the Minutes of the Second to Thirteenth Annual Conferences, 1875 to 1886]
Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Church in South Australia at their First Annual Conference begun in Adelaide, January 28, 1874 [bound with the Minutes of the Second to Thirteenth Annual Conferences, 1875 to 1886]

Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers of the Australasian Wesleyan Methodist Church in South Australia at their First Annual Conference begun in Adelaide, January 28, 1874 [bound with the Minutes of the Second to Thirteenth Annual Conferences, 1875 to 1886]

Adelaide, James Heath Lewis, Printer (first conference), and Wesleyan Book Depot (all other conferences), 1874 to 1886.

Octavo, 13 issues, ranging from 32 to 90 pages (the first and the last conferences), but generally 50-60 pages each.

Contemporary binder's cloth, all edges speckled; title in gilt on the spine, with the year of publication neatly inked on the leading edge of each issue; small (and much later) ownership details on the first title page; in excellent condition.

Trove indicates that the only institutional holdings of any copies are the first three issues in the State Library of South Australia.

Item #115996

Price: $750.00

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