1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.
1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.
1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.
1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.
1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.
1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.

1788 DANIEL ROWLAND. Rare Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Sermons from Great Awakening. 1st Edition.

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Daniel Rowland [1713-1790] served for over 5 decades as one of the three leading figures of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Revival of the 18th century and was the "Whitefield of Wales." 

Howell Harris and Rowland worked together from 1737 to 1741, but by 1750 had severed ties completely with each other. He is covered expansively in J. C. Ryle's Christian Leaders.

This is the first English edition, with subscriber's list, of the sermons of Rowland. 

Sermons include: The Redeemer's Voice; Free Grace Indeed!; The Happiness of the Godly; The Superiority of the Lowly over the Proud Display'd; The Sincere Milk of the Word; Good News to the Gentiles; Christ is All and in All; Brotherly Reproof; etc. 

Rowland, Daniel. Eleven Sermons, Upon Practical Subjects, Preached at the New Church in Langeitho, South Wales, by the Rev. Mr. Daniel Rowland: And Now Attempted to be Translated from the Original British. Hull. Printed and Sold by T. Briggs, in Church-Lane. 1788. 427pp.

Good - in full calf. Rubbed, front hinge tender, corners through and spine chipped at extremities. Sepia ink inscription of Thomas Agar of Collingham and various later family members on prelims and rears. Textually complete and clean, some handling. Possibly lacking a frontis.