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

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

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

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

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

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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