A narrative of the life and labors of the Rev. G.W. Offley, a colored man, local preacher and missionary, : who lived twenty-seven years at the South and twenty-three at the North; who never went to school a day in his life, and only commenced to learn his letters when nineteen years and eight months old; the emancipation of his mother and her three children; how he learned to read while living in a slave state, and supported himself from the time he was nine years old until he was twenty-one
To the Ladies of Petersburg, Va. Thou art crumbling to the dust, old pile! The poetry found written on the walls of Old Blanford Church, signed A Stranger. Music composed by Arnaud Preot. Old Blanford Church, 'Lone relic of the past! Old mouldering pile, where twines the ivy round its ruins gray.' 'Is one of the most interesting and picturesque ruins in the country' H. Homes, History of Virginia.
Border Methodism and border slavery. Being a statement and review of the action of the Philadelphia Annual Conference Concerning Slavery, at its late session at Easton, Pa., including the case of Rev. J.D. Long: the slaveholding among members of the body: the extent and character of slaveholding in our territory: and "the crushing out" of Rev. J.S. Lame since the late session of the conference