Wesley, J[ohn], London, to Joseph Benson, Edmond(?) Hall, Oxon, 1770 Nov. 30
November 30, 1770
Wesley states that after feeling for several years that it was his duty to do so, he told Lady Huntingdon that she thought herself of more importance than she was. She actively protested against the minutes of Wesley's conference that were published in 1770. He also writes about the large congregations at the Tabernacle and Tottenham Court Chapel, probably for his funeral sermon on George Whitefield. He also mentions the disposal of two houses and others where Whitefield had preached. Provenance: see use copies in Box 2 for provenance.