The sermon of Thomas Coke and the memoir and miscellaneous writings of this icon of pious female Methodism would go on to be one of the most-often reprinted of Methodist works. But, and scarcely so, here we have offered the very first.
Coke, Thomas. A Funeral Sermon, Preached in Spitalfields-Chapel, London, on Sunday, Oct. 26, 1794, on the Death of Mrs. Hester Ann Rogers; by the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL.D. Also, An Appendix Written by Her Husband, with Various Pieces, Selected and Transcribed from Her Manuscript Journal. Birmingham. Printed by J. Belcher. 1795. Sold at the Methodist Chapels. 72pp.
Side-sewn at some point and removed from a sammelband, thought complete as issued. Some tears and chipping to spine. Remainder of text generally clean and crisp with some handling. In need of resewing.