(Good heavens. What could ever be wrong with me?)
- Gareth Lloyd, Charles Wesley and the Struggle for Methodist Identity (Oxford, 2007). Revisionist biography of the preacher and hymnodist that emphasizes the relationship between the fraternal power struggles and the rocky road to Methodism's separation from the C of E. In which the Wesleys do not really come off well. At all. (Amazon [secondhand])
ETA: A-ha! Late UPS deliveries strike again!
- Karen Stanbridge, Toleration and State Institutions: British Policy Toward Catholics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland and Quebec (Lexington, 2003). The politics of aid to Catholics, among other questions of toleration and reconciliation. (Amazon)