Wesleyan Methodist Magazine

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The Wesleyan Methodist Magazine was a monthly Methodist magazine published between 1778 and 1969. Founded by John Wesley as the Arminian Magazine, it was retitled the Methodist Magazine in 1798 and as the Wesleyan Methodist Magazine in 1822. The co-writer with Wesley (from 1775 to 1789) was Thomas Olivers.


  • Jon Topham, 'The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine and religious monthlies in early nineteenth-century Britain', Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature and Culture, vol 45, pp. 67–90. 2004.