Live and travel alongside John Wesley through his journal writings! Over 250 wood cuts and engravings bring the Georgian era context of his life to the forefront, while his reflections on the society and geographical nature of the places he visited provide us with a first-hand account of England in the 1700s. Arranged geography, and then chronologically, his meetings of the famous people of his day are also included, along with quotations, and descriptions. At the beginning of each section, a historical background is provided.
Printed on cream pages with dark brown ink, the hand-lettered entries bring an archival air to this account of Wesley's life. 124 pages, hardcover. Approximately 9.75" x 12.5".