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Methodist Church in John Street in olden times

John Emory, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Captain Thos. Webb of the British Army One of the first Methodist Preachers in America

Methodist Itinerant System: It is here seen that the Methodist Connexion in America, is represented under the notion of an orbit within an orbit ... analogous to the revolving order of the planets. ...

A correct view of the Old Methodist Church in John Street N. York. The first erected in America. Founded A.D. 1768

Capt. T. Webb preaching in the barracks of N. York. View of the First Methodist Church in John St. New York--the first erected in America 1768.

Three pictures of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The first . . . founded A.D. 1768, dedicated by the Revd. Philip Embury.; The second church rebuilt 1817. Dedicated by the Revds. Nathan Bangs, D.D., St. Merwin and Bishop Soule, and the third church rebuilt A.D. 1841. Dedicated by Bishop Hedding. Also, the old rigging loft as it now stands 120 William St. 1844. Formerly Cart and Horse Street. Names of the first board of trustess and those of 1844 and 1847

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

Plymouth Methodist Protestant Church, Adrian, Mich.

Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

Methodist Church.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Worthen St.

First Methodist Church.

Trinity Church (Methodist).

Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

St. John's M.E. Church, 41st. N.Y.

Methodist church and Wheeler's Point, Riverdale.

Cazenovia from Methodist steeple west. [Or,] Looking west from the Methodist steeple.

[View of the Main Street (including Methodist Church and High School).]

[Decoration of the Plainfield M.E. Church.]

Interior of Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

[Under the tent at the Methodist Tabernacle.]

Grace Church.

State at Methodist Church.

Methodist Tabernacle campground.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington St., Brooklyn.

Lecture room of the First Methodist Church.

[Under the tent at the Methodist Tabernacle.]

Interior of Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

Chestnut Street M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

[Lawrence Street Methodist Church.]

Methodist Church.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

Grace Church.

Methodist Chapel, Oak Bluff.

Trinity Church (Methodist).

[Lawrence Street Methodist Church.]

[View of the Main Street (including Methodist Church and High School).]

State at Methodist Church.

[Methodist Epsicopal Church.]

Methodist Tabernacle campground.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Washington St., Brooklyn.

Grace M. E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, Chicago Avenue.

State St. Methodist Church, State Street.

Methodist Church and parsonage, Monticello, N.Y.

Methodist Parsonage at Arnold's Mills, Cumberland Township, R.I.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Worthen St.

The Methodist Church at Canterbury.

St. John's M.E. Church, 41st. N.Y.

M. E. Church, 7th Street near Hall Place, N.Y.

Methodist Tabernacle campground.

Methodist church and Wheeler's Point, Riverdale.

The Methodist Church at Canterbury.

Chestnut Street M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Grace M. E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church, Chicago Avenue.

Lecture room of the First Methodist Church.

First Methodist Church.

State St. Methodist Church, State Street.

Cazenovia from Methodist steeple west. [Or,] Looking west from the Methodist steeple.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

Methodist Tabernacle campground.

Methodist Church.

Fulmen's tannery & Methodist church, Portland, Pa.

Methodist Parsonage at Arnold's Mills, Cumberland Township, R.I.

Methodist Chapel, Oak Bluff.

Fulmen's tannery & Methodist church, Portland, Pa.

[Decoration of the Plainfield M.E. Church.]

Methodist Church and parsonage, Monticello, N.Y.

[Methodist Epsicopal Church.]

M. E. Church, 7th Street near Hall Place, N.Y.

Methodist Church.

M. E. Church, 7th St. near Hall Place, N.Y.

M. E. Church, 7th St. near Hall Place, N.Y.

Main Street from M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church spire.

Exterior of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Exterior of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Main Street from M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church spire.

The First Methodist Episcopal church in America

The First Methodist Episcopal Church in America.

View of St. Paul M.E. Church, Newark, N.J.

View of St. Paul M.E. Church, Newark, N.J.

From High School, looking over Baptist and Methodist Churches.

From High School, looking over Baptist and Methodist Churches.

General view: North from 368 Wabash Avenue, showing M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church and "Burnt District."

General view: North from 368 Wabash Avenue, showing M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church and "Burnt District."

Interior of Methodist Church, Antrim, N.H.

Interior of Methodist Church, Antrim, N.H.

Methodist Church Washington St. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. ; Episcopal Church. Washington St. Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Central Methodist Church.

Central Methodist Church.

Central Methodist Church.

Methodist church in John St., erected in 1758.

Central Methodist Church.

"Methodist Church."

"Methodist Church."

Isaac Lane.

James Varick; [The first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in 1822.]

M. W. Clair; [Bishop of the M. E. Church.]

Richard Allen; Founder of the A. M. E. Church.

C. H. Phillips.