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SAMUEL DUNN AND WESLEY CHAPEL NOTTINGHAM

HAVE SAMUEL DUNN AND  WESLEY CHAPEL, NOTTINGHAM, BEEN GIVEN A RAW DEAL?   By David Malcolm Bennett (PhD)  Introduction Wesley Chapel Nottingham (aka Broad Street Wesleyan Chapel) and i ...

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The Salvation Army Museum, Basel

For another site of interest try The Salvation Army Museum, Basel. www.heilsarmeemuseum-basel.ch  

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The Rapid Rise of The Salvation Army in Britain in the 1880s

  By David Malcolm Bennett   Introduction   William Booth had a passion to reach the masses for Christ and in 1865 the Booth family moved to London where he certainly found those masses. In J ...

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William Booth in Lincolnshire 1852-54

By David Malcolm Bennett (A fuller account of this appears in David Malcolm Bennett’s The General, vol. 1:113-40.) UNEMPLOYED In the autumn of 1852 William Booth had no job, no money, ...

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The Booths’ Short Term Helpers

Many men and women fought alongside the Booths in The Salvation Army and its predecessor the Christian Mission. Some of them spent most of their adult lives in Army service. Others just served for a w ...

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WILLIAM AND CATHERINE BOOTH AND METHODISM: A BRIEF LOOK