The History of the Church of England in the Colonies and Foreign Dependencies of the British Empire, Volume 3

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Rivingtons, 1856 - Great Britain
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Contents

Spotibop Kennett
52
Character of the Societys Missionaries The testimonies
58
Their instructions On their admission 03
64
Instructions for Schoolmasters
70
The English Factories
77
Amsterdam
79
The admirable discharge of his duties by Basil Kennett
85
The intolerance of the Church of Rome exhibited therein
91
The Rev Mr Kilpatrick at Trinity Bay
97
CHAPTER XXIV
103
Indians present thereat Provision made for their instruction
109
Fpayments
117
Jnregularities which ensued Exceptions thereto Decline
124
The labours of the two Morgans father and son
134
Diminished influence of the Clergy
144
His disappointment and death
150
His antirepublican sentiments
156
Early association with Presbyterianism Enters afterwards
163
The condition of the Church in Maryland at the beginning
177
Act for the better security of the Protestant interest within
184
Rev Mr Colebatch invited by the Bishop of London to come
190
Evils still unremedied
196
Whitefields visit Increase of Roman Catholics The Baptists
198
The effect of the Stamp Act and other measures of the English
205
His part in the disputes of Maryland
211
Boucher compelled with all other Loyalists to return to Eng
217
Travelling Missionaries George Keith His previous career
222
The Mission of Keith and Talbot
228
Sequel of Talbots mission He is settled at St Marys
234
Consecrated a Bishop by the Nonjurors and upon his return
240
His refusal to cooperate with Whitefield
246
His testimony to the valuable services of the Rev John Mac
251
Proceedings of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel
255
The services of Clayton and Evans John Clubb Death
257
Lewes Rev W Beckett
263
Christ Church Philadelphia Rev John Vicary Rev John
269
His conduct in reference to the conflict between England
275
17001784
281
Appointed Dean of Derry His plan for extending Christianity
340
His determination to prosecute it 34827
350
His hopes deferred
357
His friendship with Johnson of Stratford Connecticut The
363
His remark on the importance of Colonial Episcopacy Con
377
Defective state of Education in the Colleges of New England
384
Cutler Johnson Brown and Wetmore avow their change
391
Their reception by Dean Stanhope at Canterbury Admitted
393
Johnson declines the headship of the College at Philadelphia
399
His death Cutlers ministry at Boston
405
Fierce opposition of the Church of England in the New Eng
411
His conduct at the Revolution
418
His conduct at the Revolution
424
Mansfield
428
The great value of Seekers counsels
435
The Earl of Halifax
443
The successors of Honyman
449
The Yammasee Indians 320
457
Narragausett Rev Christopher Bridge Rev Mr Guy
458
His difficulties during the Revolutionary War
465
Benjamin Moore afterwards Bishop of New York
472
Edward Marston
478
The Rev Robert Smith afterwards the first Bishop of
484
Rev John Boyd Rev Clement Hall
491
Early progress of the Colony
498
His brother Charles accompanies him
505
Assistance from Dr Brays Associates Subsequent connexion
513
His diligent ministry His approval by the Trustees on
519
The death of Whitefield
526
Its Grammar School Its slow progress Subsequent
532
Discreditable character of some of the Clergy of Antigua
538
Increase of Parishes Channels through which spiritual help
543
Substance of the Memorials of Governors Dudley
553
Directions to the Catechists for instructing Indians
561
Charter of the Society for the Propagation of
567
Sails for Rhode Island 355
592
Conduct of the Baptists 168
625
Effects of the Revolution upon the temporal possessions of
647

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