Published by W. Bristow, London, 1760
An anonymous anti-Methodist publication, attributed to John Green, Bishop of Lincoln (1706-79).
Green was a contemporary of John Wesley and, like Wesley, had obtained a university fellowship in divinity (at Cambridge). Unlike Wesley, Green continued to be allied closely to the established Church and court which helped him secure a bishopric. Later, over voting in favour of a bill in the House of Lords for the relief of Protestant dissenters, he lost approval of King George III and the court.