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References in classic literature ?
Carey that he might do as he chose, and for his part he thought the Wesleyan Chapel would be an equally suitable place.
If you are careful you will notice a bronze plaque marking the spot where the Wesleyan Chapel once stood.
"Their contribution will allow us to fabricate and install an exciting exhibit in the Wesleyan Chapel, the site of the First Women's Rights Convention."
Declaration Park, nestled between the Visitor Center and the Wesleyan Chapel, is a focal point of the national park, which draws about 20,000 visitors a year.
The Saville Exchange is a converted Wesleyan Chapel, built in 1856, and has established itself as the premier traditional/classic jazz venue in the region.
The 1857 former Wesleyan chapel in Chalford, Gloucestershire, had been on the market for two years before the Owens came along.
ALBERT HALL One of Manchester's most breathtaking and atmospheric venues, the Grade II-listed former Wesleyan Chapel lay hidden in the heart of Manchester for 40 years until it was reopened as a music hall in 2013.
The former Wesleyan Chapel (opened 1891) is prominent on our left and at the roundabout we turn left to pass the Old School Gallery, formerly Alnmouth Board School (1876) on the left.
With an average age of 15, the boys were regular attendees at a Wesleyan Chapel on Whitfield Street in Tranmere.
THIS 1890 Wesleyan Chapel, nestled in the heart of Felton, Northumberland, was converted during the 1980s and extensively refurbished in 2010.
It was started by four members of Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel, George Street, which was also in Lozells.
Born in Hopkinstown Road in Pontypridd, Hilda married Richard Roberts at the Wesleyan Chapel (now The Muni Arts Centre) in Pontypridd on Easter Monday, March 29, 1928, and they were together for 40 years.