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Methodism and Education, 1849–1902J. H. Rigg, Romanism, and Wesleyan Schools$

John T. Smith

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780198269649

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198269649.001.0001

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(p.241) Appendix D J. H. Rigg’s Placements

(p.241) Appendix D J. H. Rigg’s Placements

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Methodism and Education, 1849–1902
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1830–5

Pupil at Kingswood School for Ministers’ Sons, Bristol

1835–9

Pupil-teacher at Kingswood School, Bristol

1839–41

Assistant teacher, Firth’s Academy, Manor House,

Hartshead Moor

1841–2

His own school at Islington

1843–5

Assistant teacher, John Conquest’s School, Biggleswade

1845

Probationary minister, Norfolk Street, Sheffield

1846

Minister, Penzance (3 months)

1846

Minister, Woodhouse Grove (6 months)

1846–7

Minister, Spitalfields (3 months)

1847–9

Minister, Stroud

1849

Minister, Worcester

1849

First article in the Watchman

1850

Minister, 4th London District

1851–3

Minister, Guernsey

1853–6

Minister, Hammersmith

1856–9

Minister, Stockport North

1959–62

Superintendant minister, 2nd Manchester District

1859–1903

Member of the Wesleyan Education Committee

1859

Article, ‘Popular Education’, in London Quarterly Review

1859

Book, Modern Anglican Theology

1862

Article, ‘Last Words on the New Code’

1862–4

4th Manchester District

1864–7

Folkestone

1865

Chairman of Kent District

1865

Doctor of Divinity, Dickinson College, USA

1867–8

London (Stoke Newington)

1868–1903

Principal of Westminster College, London

1870–6

Member for Westminster on London School Board

1873

Book, National Education in its Social Conditions

1875

Book, The Living Wesley

1877–96

Chairman of 2nd London District

1878

President of the Wesleyan Conference

1886–8

Member of the Cross Commission

1886–98

Editor of London Quarterly Review

1892

President of Wesleyan Conference

1895

Book, Oxford High Angicanism and its Chief Leaders

1904

Book, Weseyan Methodist Eeminiscences Sixty Years Ago

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