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0 Advertisement and Notice of the Transcriber  billschaferjr 13:39 Listen See PL notes
1 August 7-December 30, 1771  mightyfelix 22:24 Listen PL OK
2 January 1-May 13, 1772  MaryAnnSpiegel 22:14 Listen PL OK
3 May 14-September 5, 1772  MaryAnnSpiegel 21:43 Listen PL OK
4 September 6-November 14, 1772  dravon 20:29 Listen PL OK
5 November 17, 1772-January 25, 1773  dravon 19:50 Listen PL OK
6 January 26-April 6, 1773  dravon Pp. 61-70. End with, "but the exact number I could not ascertain." Assigned
7 April 7-July 16, 1773   Pp. 70-81. End with, "for the salvation of their precious souls!" Open
8 July 18-October 2, 1773   Pp. 81-91. End with, "brace up my feeble soul!" Open
9 October 3, 1773-February 18, 1774   Pp. 91-101. End with, "work of my heart and my hands!" Open
10 February 19-May 15, 1774   Pp. 101-111. End with, "honor which cometh from God only!" Open
11 May 16-July 24, 1774   Pp. 111-121. End with, "meeting the society at night." Open
12 July 26-October 8, 1774   Pp. 121-131. End with, "meeting the bands this evening." Open
13 October 9, 1774-January 25, 1775   Pp. 131-140. End with, "had a comfortable time at home." Open
14 January 29-April 15, 1775   Pp. 140-151. End with, "my soul was supplied with strength." Open
15 April 16-August 20, 1775   Pp. 151-161. End with, "my spirit was refreshed." Open
16 August 27-December 21, 1775   Pp. 161-170. End with, "and met the people at night." Open
17 December 25, 1775-April 21, 1776   Pp. 170-180. End with, "a searching time in the public congregation." Open
18 April 22-July 21, 1776   Pp. 180-191. End with, "a good time in our prayer-meeting." Open
19 July 22-October 28, 1776   Pp. 191-201. End with, "my own soul also partook of the blessing." Open
20 October 29-December 19, 1776   Pp. 201-208. End with, "An extract of the narrative is here subjoined." Open
21 A Brief Narrative of the Revival of Religion in Virginia. In a Letter to a Friend, Part 1   Pp. 208-216. End with, "I subjoin an extract from two or three of my letters." Open
22 A Brief Narrative of the Revival of Religion in Virginia. In a Letter to a Friend, Part 2   Pp. 216-224. Begin with, "To the Reverend Mr. M'R." End with, "D. J. to Mr. T. R." Open
23 A Brief Narrative of the Revival of Religion in Virginia. In a Letter to a Friend, Part 3   Pp. 225-230. Begin with, "The following letter, which relates to the same work." End with, "T. R." Open
24 January 2-April 13, 1777   Pp. 230-241. End with, "an invitation to go to Worcester county." Open
25 April 14-July 25, 1777   Pp. 241-250. End with, "destructive consequences in human society." Open
26 July 26-November 19, 1777   Pp. 251-260. End with, "A country in the skies." Open
27 November 21, 1777-April 3, 1778   Pp. 260-270. End with, "interposition of God by fasting and prayer." Open
28 April 4-June 16, 1778   Pp. 270-280. End with, "not calculated to reach the hearts of the people." Open
29 June 18-September 30, 1778   Pp. 280-290. End with, "might ascend as a holy, acceptable sacrifice to God." Open
30 October 1. 1778-January 24, 1779   Pp. 290-300. End with, "the congregation felt the weight of the word." Open
31 January 26-May 8, 1779   Pp. 300-310. End with, "they are ready to spend and be spent for souls." Open
32 May 12-August 14, 1779   Pp. 310-321. End with, "have but little time for private exercises." Open
33 August 15-October 18, 1779   Pp. 321-330. End with, "I do very little." Open
34 October 19-November 30, 1779   Pp. 331-340. End with, "a Kingswood school in America." Open
35 December 1, 1779-February 20, 1780   Pp. 340-351. End with, "there is nothing in names." Open
36 February 21-April 8, 1780   Pp. 351-360. End with, "they bring their preachers in our absence." Open
37 April 9-May 23, 1780   Pp. 360-371. End with, "we had not the ordinances among us?" Open
38 May 24-June 30, 1780   Pp. 371-381. End with, "I advised him to go with me." Open
39 July 1-August 6, 1780   Pp. 381-391. End with, "and the work will revive." Open
40 August 7-September 21, 1780   Pp. 391-400. End with, "brought confusion among the Methodists." Open
41 September 22-November 12, 1780   Pp. 400-411. End with, "Eternal thanks to God!" Open
42 November 13, 1780-February 13, 1781   Pp. 411-420. End with, "and set off for New-Jersey." Open
43 February 14-August 30, 1781   Pp. 420-431. End with, "able to trust God with his own cause." Open
44 August 31, 1781-February 19, 1782   Pp. 431-441. End with, "uninterrupted communion with him." Open
45 February 20-August 27, 1782   Pp. 441-451. End with, "the souls of the people are precious." Open
46 September 1, 1782-July 25, 1783   Pp. 451-461. End with, "and poured out my soul to God." Open
47 July 26, 1783-February 11, 1784   Pp. 461-470. End with, "I have been reading the sacred text." Open
48 February 15-September 7, 1784   Pp. 470-481. End with, "and we rejoiced together." Open
49 September 12, 1784-February 7, 1785   Pp. 481-490. End with, "three hundred miles in about nine days." Open
50 February 8-October 26, 1785   Pp. 490-501. End with, "pain in parting with my friends." Open
51 November 5, 1785-May 31, 1786   Pp. 501-512. End with, "established on the regular plan." Open
52 June 1-December 30, 1786   Pp. 512-524. Open