Cornelius Winter

Cornelius Winter (1742–1808) was a Methodist preacher, an understudy of and assistant to George Whitefield, with whom he went to the American colony of Georgia as a catechist to Negro slaves, an educator who established two Dissenting academies for training Dissenting clergy, and “a very influential pastor”. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Winter, Cornelius
Published 1799
Printed by T. Wood, St. John's Hill: and sold by Crosby and letterman, stationer's-court; Griffiths, Faternoster-row; Chapman, Fleet-street; row, Great Marlbro'-street; and Matthews, Strand, London; washbourn, Gloucester; Hazard, Bath; Mills, Bristol; Jenner, Stroud; and all other booksellers in town and country

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by Winter, Cornelius
Published 1772
printed by S. Hazard; for T. Mills, Bookseller, in King's-Mcad-Square : and sold by Messrs. Dillys, in the Poultry, Gurney, Holborn; Watts, Wind-Mill-Hill; Chirm, Aldersgate-Bars, London; Grabham, Broadstreet; and at the Tabernacle House, Bristol

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by Winter, Cornelius
Published 1773
Printed for the benefit of the poor; and sold by Mr. Edwards, Bookseller, in Wine-Street; and at the Tabernacle, in Bristol; Mr. Watts, Bookseller, on Windmill-Hill, and at Mr. John Taylor's, in Tabernacle-Walk, London; at the Tabernacle at Greenwich; and at Mr. Mills's, Bookseller, Bath

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by Winter, Cornelius
Published 1792
printed and sold by S. Hazard: sold also by Matthews; Dilly; Vernor; London: Mills and Bulgin, Bristol; Collins, Salisbury

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by Jay, William
Published 1791
printed and sold by S. Hazard; sold also by Matthews, Strand; Dilly, Poultry; Vernor, Birchin-Lane; and Waylands, Middle-Row, Holborn, London: Mills and Bulgin, Bristol; Collins, Salisbury
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