Abstract of North Carolina Wills Compiled from Original and Recorded Wills in the Office of the Secretary of State (Google eBook)

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E.M. Uzzell, 1910 - North Carolina - 670 pages
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Page vi - September next inclusive, and that the natural day next immediately following the said second day of September shall be called, reckoned and accounted to be, the fourteenth day of September...
Page 233 - Mediation of my most compassionate Redeemer, Jesus Christ, who gave himself to be an Atonement for my Sins and is able to save to the uttermost all that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make Intercession for them, and who I trust will not reject me, a returning penitent Sinner, when I come to him for Mercy, in this Hope and...
Page 233 - I most humbly bequeath my soul to God my maker beseeching his most gracious acceptance of it through the all sufficient...
Page 11 - I pray my executors to observe this method: Let them be taught to read and write and be introduced into the practical part of Arithmetick, not too hastily hurrying them to Latin or Grammar; but after they are pretty well versed in these, let them be taught Latin...
Page iv - Province, by and with the advice and consent of the rest of the Members of the General Assembly now met at Charles-Town for the South and West part of this Province, and by the Authority of the same.
Page vi - September in the said year one thousand seven hundred and fifty-two inclusive ; and that the natural day next immediately following the said second day of September, shall be called, reckoned and accounted to be the fourteenth day of September, omitting for that time only the eleven intermediate nominal days of the common calendar...
Page 233 - ... that peace and rest and incomparable felicity which he has prepared for all that love and fear his holy name. Amen ; blessed be God.
Page 11 - Arithmetick, not too hastily hurrying them to Latin or Grammar; but after they are pretty well versed in these, let them be taught Latin and Greek, I propose this may be done in Virginia; after which let them learn French; perhaps some Frenchman at Santee will undertake this. When they are arrived to years of discretion let them study the Mathematicks.
Page 233 - Sinner, when I come to him for Mercy, in this Hope and Confidence I render up my Soul with Comfort, humbly beseeching the most blessed and glorious Trinity, one God most holy, most...
Page 187 - I earnestly request my Dearest wife to be a kind tender mother to my Dear little girl and to bring her up in the Fear of God and under a deep sense of her being always in his presence...

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