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" Speaker and a numerous Body of Gentlemen and "Ladies who came from all Parts of the Province "where timely Notice could be had of his death to "pay their last Respects to one whom they might "justly look upon as their common Father." * * * "His Excellency... "
Death Notices in the South-Carolina Gazette, 1731-1775 - Page 9
edited by - 1917 - 42 pages
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The History of South Carolina Under the Royal Government, 1719-1776

Edward McCrady - South Carolina - 1899 - 847 pages
...advancement disposed of all his patrimony in England so that his interest might concur with his inclination in promoting the welfare of that country his Majesty had done him the honor to intrust him with the care of, and accordingly always kept up a good correspondence with the...
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History of South Carolina, Volume 1

Yates Snowden, Harry Gardner Cutler - South Carolina - 1920
...advancement disposed of all his patrimony in England, so that his interest might concur with his inclination in promoting the welfare of that country his Majesty had done him the honor to intrust him with the care of, and accordingly always kept up a good correspondence with the...
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The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 12

South Carolina - 1911
...one whom they might "justly look upon as their common Father." * * * "His Excellency died in the 59'" year of his age and "in the 5th of his Government....him the Honour to intrust him "with the Care of." By the Will of Governor Robert Johnson the Barony was divided among his three sons, viz : to his son...
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The South Carolina Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 12

South Carolina - 1911
...one whom they might "justly look upon as their common Father." * * * "His Excellency died in the 59" year of his age and "in the 5th of his Government....him the Honour to intrust him "with the Care of." By the Will of Governor Robert Johnson the Barony was divided among his three sons, viz : to his son...
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