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Who was a consistent Member of the Wesleyan Methodist

Connexion, upwards of Fifty-six Years ;

WITH

A FAITHFUL ACCOUNT OF THE WONDERFUL

APPEARANCES

AFTER HER DECEASE:

BY

JOHN PALLISTER.

LONDON:
JOSEPH NOBLE, 20, GILTSPUR-STREET ;

AND

23, MARKET-PLACE, HULL.

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WE, whose names are hereunto subscribed, were WITNESSES of the wonderful Phenomena which rested upon and surrounded the corpse and shroud of the late Mrs. PALLISTER, of Preston, near Hull, as described in this book ; although the description falls very short of the reality. We further assert that we are individually willing to make oath before any Magistrate, and at any time, to the truth of this testimony. The numbers might have been increased to hundreds ; but it is supposed the following will be sufficient. The religious professions are added to each signature, to obviate the possibility of suspicion as to prejudice, or to warrant the charge of fanaticism. Thomas Little

Churchman. Mary Little

Churchwoman. Peter Jackson

Methodist. Mary Jackson

Methodist. William Padler

Churchman. Thomas Johnson

Methodist. Joseph Waddingham Methodist. Frances Waddingham

Churchwoman.

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Jane Chambers

Methodist. George Chambers Churchman. Mary Hanson

Churchwoman. Elizabeth Briggs Churchwoman. Sarah Crawforth

Churchwoman. John Hanson

Churchman. Mrs. Clark

Churchwoman. Ann Padler :

Churchwoman. William Lazenby Churchman. Hannah Lazenby Churchwoman. Robert Robinson

Methodist. Elizabeth Robinson - Methodist. George Jackson

Churchman. Elizabeth Jackson

Churchwoman. Mary Mabbitt

Churchwoman. Jane Hockney

Churchwoman. Thomas Dobson

Churchman. Rachel Dobson

Churchwoman. Joel Pygass

Churchman. Hannah Pygass

Churchwoman. Hannah Smith

Churchwoman. Ann Broderick

Churchwoman. Susannah Broon

Methodist. Mary Kirby

Methodist. Ralph Burnham, Surgeon.

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MEMOIR, &c.

A truly pious Author and Clergyman of the Church of England*, has observed, “ It is a delightful employment to discover and trace the operations of divine grace as they are manifested in the dispositions and lives of God's real children. It is peculiarly gratifying to observe how frequently, among the poorer classes of mankind, the sunshine of mercy beams upon the heart, and bears witness to the image of Christ, which the Spirit of God has impressed thereupon. Among such, the sincerity and simplicity of the Christian character appear unencumbered by those obstacles

* The late Rev. Legh Richmond, vide the

Dairyman's Daughter.

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