Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "Methodist Places of Worship"

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Methodist Places of Worship. The following information has been kindly furnished by the respective ministers, the “terms of membership” being given their own words:
LONDON 9TH CIRCUIT CHAPELS (two chapels): Little King-street Chapel, King-street, High-street, Camden-town, N.W.; Grafton-road Chapel, Prince of Wales-road, Kentish Town, N.W.—Terms of  membership: “Usual Method rules.” Seat rents various, from 1s. per sitting and upwards.
GRANGE-ROAD CHAPEL, Upper Grange-road,  Bermoisdsey, S.E. Terms of membership: “Class meeting and attendance upon the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper.” Seat rents, free will offerings. Erected by Union of Wesleyan Reformers from Weston-street 1871.
WILLOW-STREET METROPOLITAN METHODIST FREE CHURCH, Willow-street, Great Eastern-Street, EC.—Terms of membership: “Professed faith in Christ evinced by a Christian deportment,. and expressed by attendance at the Lord’s Supper, and a desire for Christian fellowship.” Seat rents from 1s, to 3s. per quarter. 

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879