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The Providential Deliverance of John Wesley

1840
19th century
565 x 789 mm (22.2 x 31.1 in.)

Samuel William Reynolds, the younger (aka Samuel William Reynolds II), British (English), (1794–1872)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Engraving on wove paper
Print impression quality: Very good
Edition: Published by H.P. Parker (Henry Perlee Parker, 1795–1873), August 20, 184-, commemorating the centenary of Methodism, celebrated October 1839.
Marks: Inscribed in plate: “1840” and full title inscription: “To the Ministers and Members of the Wesleyan Methodist Societies throughout the World, together with the Christian Public generally, / This Print representing the Providential deliverance of John Wesley, when Six years of age from the Fire by which the Parsonage house at Epworth in Lincolnshire was destroyed on the night of February 9th 1709 / Taken from the original Picture painted & presented by the Artist to the Conference, to be placed in the Centenary Hall, London, as Commemorative of the Centenary of Methodism, by their very obedient Servant Henry Perlee Parker.”
Marks: Watermark: No watermark
Credit Line: Olin Library transfer, 1979
Accession Number: 1979.11.1

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  • fires - Use for events where something is totally or partially consumed by fire, whether intentionally or by accident. For the process of altering, injuring, or consuming something by fire or heat, use "burning." [January 1993 scope note added; related term added; descriptor moved. November 1992 lead-in term added. May 1991 alternate term added.]
  • Wesleyan University

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  • plate Dimensions: 565 x 789 mm (22.2 x 31.1 in.)

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