History of the Presbyterian Church in South Carolina, Volume 1

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Duffie & Chapman, 1870 - Presbyterian Church - 2 pages
 

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Contents

Mazyck 102Increased emigration to Carolina Rev Elias Prioleau 103Re
106
The French Protestant Church in Charleston an offshoot of the Church of Pons
115
settled on Sewce bay 119The church of Dochester Congregational formed
124
17001710
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donia 138Sir John Dalrvmples representations 139Their misfortunes 140
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tions 146Rev William Livingston 147French Presbyterian Church on Santee
152
Queen Anne Reception of the sacrament a prerequisite for civil office 157Land
164
17201730
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Nicholson 182Erection of a new house of worship Dorchester Rev Joseph
186
CHAPTER II
192
Instance of fanaticism Dutartre 195Episcopal Church Population Irish
200
ton 202Bethel Pon Pon 203Wappctaw Rev William Porter Rev John
214
Charleston 218Episcopacy 219The Presbytery 220 The great awakening
220
Whitefield 223 224Sails for Georgia 225Visits Charleston Commissary
226
at Wilton 228Huguenot Church and half of Charleston burnt Josiah Smiths
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preaching in Savannah 239Jonathan and Hugh Bryan and ME Bull 239
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The young stageplayer 240Whitefield in Charleston Is arrested with
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252Edisto Island and Rev John McLeod 252 253James Island 253Wil
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liamsburg and Rev John Rae 254Black Mingo Cainhoy 255Bethel
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Hill Alphabet Society 269Independent Presbyterian church of Stoney Creek 270
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17501760
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bytery 275 et seq Bethel Pon Pon and Rev Mr Alison 277James Island
282
289The Bluff church and Rev James Campbell 293295Fairforcst church
289
fusion as to dates Causes of Union church
299
17601770
305
address of the Presbytery The peace a delusion 306Flight and massacre of
313
Robert McMordie Meeting of Presbytery 310Visit to Sapelo and Altamaha
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325Waccamaw Cainhoy French church Charleston Salt Kctcher 326
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Long Cane Abbeville 438Rev John Harris 439The Five Churches 443 French Protestants at New Bordeaux 444Death of Rev J Louis Gibcrt 445
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monds and others The church a hospital and storehouse 452Death and burial
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French church Charleston 469Edisto James and Johns Islands 470
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church Charleston 474Rev Mr Graham Reorganization of the Presbytery
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CONTENTS
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Wemyss 483Third invasion by Watson 484The schism 485Rev Samuel
488
Indian Town 489Black Mingo Aimwell P D 490Hopewell P D Salem
497
Mount Olivet 503Mount Zion society and college 504The Log College
505
New edifice First graduates 506Mount Zion congregation Catholic
513
Hucks defeat at Brattonsville 516Indian Land or Ebenczer Unity Bethel
520
its elders 530532
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Ann Hamilton 532535Beaver Creek and Hanging Rock 536Waxhaw
541
Mr Crawford 544Captain Collins New house of worship 545Rev William
546
Letter of William Alexander 547Upper Long Cane Formation of congrega
556
New preaching stations MI Activity of the Presbytery 562Formation of
563
pendent church of Wappetaw and Rev Dr McCalla 565Dorchester Restora
588
B R Rev Thomas Reese D D Rev John Foster 593Waccamaw
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Taylor Camden 597Beginnings of Horcb Aimwell and Concord in Fairtield
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from the congregation Rev James Mcllhenny 611Rev John Mcllhenny D D
612
619Union orBrowns Creek Fairforest and Rev William Williamson 621Dr
619
Nazareth Milfonl Rev W C Davis Rev James Templeton Rev James Gil
626
Rev John Springer Liberty meetinghouse 631Rocky River Rev Francis
638
Rev Andrew Brown 641 Vacancies 643Upper Georgia Rev John Newton
644
CHAPTER VI
650
the churches in tipper Georgia John Newtons report 657Statistics of Hopewell
658
in 1799 661Rev Thomas Hill Rev James Edmonds 663Roll of the ministers
676
Pastoral Letter On Popular Amusements on various questions 683Commission
696

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