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Perronet family papers, 1752-1855.

Author: Perronet family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection comprises a scrapbook containing correspondence, reproductions of engravings, poetry, autographs, a pencil drawing, and an account of astrological incidents; there is also a small group of loose items. The correspondence is related to the Perronet family and other early leaders of the Wesleyan movement in England, and includes letters from Vincent Perronet stating his religious beliefs and moral  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Scrapbooks
Named Person: Joseph Benson; Adam Clarke; Peard Dickinson; James Dixon; Joseph Entwisle; John Fletcher; Mary Bosanquet Fletcher; Thomas Jackson; Henry Moore; Charles Perronet; Vincent Perronet; Richard Watson; Charles Wesley; Sarah Wesley
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Perronet family.
OCLC Number: 20077997
Notes: Forms part of the Frank Baker Collection of Wesleyana and British Methodism.
Description: 12 items (.5 lin. ft.)
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Collection comprises a scrapbook containing correspondence, reproductions of engravings, poetry, autographs, a pencil drawing, and an account of astrological incidents; there is also a small group of loose items. The correspondence is related to the Perronet family and other early leaders of the Wesleyan movement in England, and includes letters from Vincent Perronet stating his religious beliefs and moral principles, and letters from Charles Wesley to Peard Dickinson, Vincent's grandson-in-law, concerning doctrinal matters and family and personal subjects. Other correspondents include Sarah Wesley, Joseph Benson, Adam Clarke, James Dixon, Joseph Entwisle, John William Fletcher, Mary (Bosanquet) Fletcher, Thomas Jackson, Henry Moore, and Richard Watson. Loose items include a discourse by Charles Perronet on man's need for religion; diaries of an unidentified young woman commenting on sermons and spiritual life; and miscellaneous letters and autographs.

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