Through the editing of Samuel Pearce's Memoirs I have discovered a work of Pearce I had completely overlooked hitherto: the circular letter of the Midland Association for 1794. Not sure why I have never known of this before. It is listed in Starr, but it seems I never really noticed it! Maybe the reason is in the fact that Pearce wrote the Association Letter for 1795, often reprinted on the sovereignty of God. I guess I thought he would not have written the letter two years running. How dimwitted this historian sometimes is!