SAMUEL DUNN 17988-1882) SIGNED SLIP, "Affectionately Samuel Dunn", 2.5 x 1.25, by the British Free Church Methodist minister, prolific author, religious journalist. He was expelled by the Wesleyan Methodist church for publication of his magazine called the Wesley Banner and Revival Record which criticized Methodism and suggested reforms. He was expelled in 1849 for refusing to give up attacking Methodism. Having written numerous articles in many American publications he was in course of time conferred a D.D. degree by one of the United States universities, and after that event called himself minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church of America. His best known works are A Dictionary of the Gospels, with maps, tables, and lessons (1846) and Memoirs of seventy-five eminent Divines whose Discourses form the Morning Exercises (1844). He was also a contributor to theological magazines and reviews. This extremely rare hand-signed signature is in fine condition, with upper left corner missing.