Online books: Periodicals
1: Wesleyan Methodism
The Arminian Magazine 1780-1783, 1785-1788, 1790-1792, 1794, 1796-1797 (3-6, 8-11, 13-15, 17, 19-20)
The local preachers' magazine and Christian family record [1853-1882] v3-10, 13-20, 22-31
Methodist Family. 1874-1885 (v 5-16)
Methodist Magazine. 1798-1799, 1801, 1807-1810, 1818 (v 21-22, 24, 30-33, 41)
Methodist Quarterly 1867-1872 (v1-6)
Methodist Temperance Magazine 1868-1872.
Wesleyan - Methodist Magazine 1829, 1831, 1836, 1855, 1860-1861 (s3 8, 10, 15 s5 1, 6-7)
1829, 1831, 1836, 1855 (s3 8, 10, 15 s5 1)
Wesleyan Sunday School magazine 1866-1874, 1878, 1881-1885
2: Primitive Methodism
The Primitive Methodist Magazine . Derby: printed for the Primitive Methodists by Richardson and Handford, 1821-. 1838, 1843, 1855, 1858-1885 (ns 8, s3:1,4-6,13, s4:2-15, s5: 1-8)
Primitive Methodist juvenile magazine 1855-1870 (v12-16, 18-19)
Primitive Methodist quarterly review 1881 (v3, new series)
3: Methodist New Connexion
The Methodist Magazine; or, Evangelical Repository... containing Original and Select Pieces designed to promote Experimental Religion amongst all Denominations of Christians. Leeds:printed for the New Connexion, 1798-1811.
Methodist New Connexion Magazine. The New Methodist Magazine and Evangelical Repository... containing Original and Select Pieces designed to promote Experimental Religion amongst all Denominations of Christians. Hanley:printed at the office of Allbut and Gibbs, 1812-1832. None currently available
Methodist New Connexion Magazine. The Methodist New Connexion Magazine and Evangelical Repository. Manchester: published by William Shuttleworth at the Book Room of the Methodist New Connexion, 1833-1850.
4: Bible Christians
Bible Christian Magazine.
The Bible Christian Magazine ...; being a Continuation of the Arminian Magazine. Shebbear, S. Thome, 1832-1907.
5: Wesleyan Methodist Association
The illuminator, designed to exhibit the true principles of the Wesleyan constitution, to vindicate the character of its authorities, to guard the members against the attempts made to seduce them from the society, and to expose the spirit and objects of the so called "Grand Central Association". Liverpool: R. Dickinson, 1835-36. No. 1-26.
Wesleyan Methodist Association Magazine. The Wesleyan Association Magazine. London: Association Book Room, 1838-1857.
6: United Methodist Free Churches
The United Methodist Free Churches Magazine
7: United Methodist Church
None currently available
8: Other Movements
The Christian investigator and evangelical reformer. London: R. Groombridge, 1842. V.l(l-13).
Wesleyan Reform Tradition
Christian words: the organ of the Wesleyan Reform Union . London: Wesleyan Reform Book-Room.
The Wesley Banner and Revival Record. London: Partridge and Oakey, 1849-1852.
The Wesley banner and Christian family visitor. London: William Boughton King,
The Wesleyan vindicator and constitutional Methodist. London: J. Mason, 1850-52, Vol. 1-3.