The Relations of George Whitefield and Howell Harris, Fathers of Calvinistic Methodism

@article{Evans1961TheRO,
  title={The Relations of George Whitefield and Howell Harris, Fathers of Calvinistic Methodism},
  author={Richard W. Evans},
  journal={Church History},
  year={1961},
  volume={30},
  pages={179 - 190}
}
  • R. Evans
  • Published 1 June 1961
  • History
  • Church History
The eighteenth century Welsh revivalist, Howell Harris, was record conscious. He left behind almost 300 Diaries and almost 3,000 letters, together with miscellaneous papers, known as “The Trevecka Manuscripts”. (Trevecka, a village in Breconshire, South Wales, was Harris's home.) Today, they form the nucleus of the Calvinistic Methodist Connexional Archives and are deposited in the National Library of Wales, at Aberystwyth. 
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