ok she had long highly prized, and told its story.
It was a Bible once owned and used by Reverend John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church.
During his first visit to Ireland a young man ther home in Milford.
Years had rolled away, and in 1857, she, then advanced in years, still had John Wesley's Bible, but what became of the detached leaf and autograph writing no one could tell.
Thebly much the same as the giver's long years before, when he received it and heard its story.
John Wesley is credited with the saying, The world is my parish, but John Wesley never dreamed that afteJohn Wesley never dreamed that after one hundred and fifty years in far-away China, young Chinese Christians would place their hands on the identical Book he once used and receive ordination to the Christian ministry, when a bishop of, a grand old man.
For the facts we have related we are indebted to the author of Story of John Wesley's Bible, and for our illustration to courtesy of Zion's Herald, in which both story and illus