Excerpt from The History of Methodism in Kentucky, Vol. 3: From the Conference of 1820 to the Conference of 1832
The task I have performed has been to me one of great pleasure, although delicate and attended with many difficulties. The memory of persons advanced in age, especially in reference to dates, is not always reliable, nor are the official records of the Church free from errors. Besides, many facts and incidents of importance have neither been preserved in the tablet of memory, nor in the more permanent journals of the Church.
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