3 edition of A letter of the Lord Bishop of London to the masters and mistresses of families in the English plantations abroad; exhorting them to encourage and promote the instruction of their Negroes in the Christian faith found in the catalog.
Also issued as part of: Two letters of the Lord Bishop of London, London 1727.Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1990. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 4268, no. 07).
|Statement||printed by Joseph Downing|
|Publishers||printed by Joseph Downing|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|2||Eighteenth century -- reel 4268, no. 07.|
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Edward Ellington became the Rector of Christ Church. Since, by the [1840's] introduction of steam navigation, the Atlantic has been narrowed to a ferry, and a voyage to Britain to a pleasant summer's jaunt, the clergy of this country have been unfortunately visited with great prostrations of health. Sends a pamphlet entitled "Jugement rendu dans I'affaire du Canada". [TURTON] Thomas, Bishop of Ely 1852 See ST ANDREW'S CHURCH GT STAUGHTON, 1852. [PRATT, Samuel Jackson] 1781 ii Sympathy; or, a Sketch of the Social Passion.
Dukinfield 1899 Northborough Church and Manor House. If it is true that a man is what his mother makes him, either by direct transmission of temperament or by the influences of early childhood, there is good ground for looking, as closely as may be, into the records of the earliest years of one whom we seek to know better than we have done. It may be ques- tioned, perhaps, whether one in a hundred of those who use the Morning and Evening Hymns knows of the close tie by which the two men were connected with each other; whether one in a thousand of those who look to Walton for their guidance in catching roach or grayling, or enjoy the pleasant, cheerful, just a wee bit garrulous, talk in which that guidance is conveyed, has ever thought of the author as the virtual foster-father, the actual brother-in-law, of the non-juring bishop.
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Published under the direction of the Central Committee of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, for the encouragement and prosecution of researches into the arts and monuments of The Early and Middle Ages. Service and Sermon being ended, the Bishop of Edenburgh, who had Preached, repairing to his Lodging, distant not many paces from the Church, was invironed and near trodden to death by the People, had he not been suddenly rescued by some who observed his danger, and by whom he was recovered, almost breathless, into his Lodging.
Precepts, and may almost as easily be obtain'd, as defin'd. [KAYE], John, Bishop of Lincoln 1840 A Charge to the clergy of the Diocese of Lincoln, by John, Lord Bishop of Lincoln, delivered at the Triennial Visitation in 1840. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Hopes to be able to return about the end of the summer.
In 1747 and 1748 some Brethren belonging to Bethlehem, undertook several long and difficult journies through Maryland, Virginia, and the borders of North Carolina, in order to preach the Gospel to the Negroes, who, generally speaking, received it with eagerness.
Whitefield landed in Savannah on May 7, 1738.
In some parts of the state the Methodists also paid much attention to the Negroes and received many of them into their society; but still professors among the Baptists were far more numerous.