Excerpt from The Beauties of the Rev. J. Wesley, M. A: Containing the Most Interesting Passages, Selected From His Whole Works
He conversed ¿uently in Latin, which he spoke and wrote with remarkable purity and elegance. Those who were judges of the clas sic writers, and were ... frequently in his company, were surprised at the readiness with which be quoted the Greek and Latin poets, even to his latest days. The Greek Testament was as fa miliar to him as the English.
Mr. 'wesley's oun account of his religious views and impressions while at Oxford, is so worthy of observation, that we give it without any alteration.
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