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Charles Wesley, 18th century English preacher and hymn writer

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Charles Wesley, 18th century English preacher and hymn writer

Charles Wesley, 18th century English preacher and hymn writer. Charles (1707-1788) was the brother of John Wesley (1703-1791) with whom he founded Methodism. Among the more than 5500 hymns he wrote were Jesu, Lover of my soul Love divine, all loves excelling and Hark, the Herald Angels sing

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Anglican Charles Wesley Church Of England Clergyman Cleric Evangelist Founder Hamilton John Wesley Methodism Methodist Minister Non Conformism Non Conformist Preacher Preaching Protestantism Reverend Reverend John Wesley Wesley William Hamilton


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