A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 1690-1811

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Stock, 1904 - Church of England--America Clergy - 65 pages
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Page 4 - August, 1714, these are to pray and require your Lordship to draw an order for paying unto...
Page 5 - And let the same be satisfied out of any money in the Receipt of His Majesty's Exchequer, applicable to the uses of His Majesty's Civil Government.
Page 10 - Amongst the more eminent names of the ministers who received the bounty are Goronwy Owen, premier poet of Wales ; Dr. Cutler, Rector of Yale; Robert Stanser, Bishop of Nova Scotia ; William White, first American Bishop of the English line ; Dr. Charles Inglis, Bishop of Nova Scotia, appointed August 12, 1787, and first Colonial Bishop of the Church of England (Sprague).
Page 3 - Western Colonies, having received a Bounty of Twenty Pounds from the King in order to defray the Cost of the Passage".
Page 10 - George Keith, first missionary to America of the Society for Propagating the Gospel, and formerly a Quaker ; and Aaron Cleveland, ancestor of President Grover Cleveland.
Page 4 - These are to pray and require you. to draw one or more Orders for payment of...
Page 32 - In a useful but little-known book entitled " A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 1690-1811," by George Fothergill, 1904, from which some of the particulars concerning the Royal Bounty have been quoted, it is stated that " Henry Harris, clerk, returns to Boston, in New England. Has been over to solicit some new establishment for the ministers in that country, April 30, 1715.
Page 5 - And let the said order be satisfied out of any money in the Receipt of the Exchequer applicable to the use of his Majesty's Civil Government. For which this shall be your Lordship's warrant. Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, March 7, 1723/4
Page 10 - Autholin's church in London, but then curate of the Episcopal church of Glasgow, to that mission, upon his own request ; and it is hoped that he is by this time safely arrived, and to good purpose employed in the duties of his holy function there. The Rev. Mr. Usher, the Society's missionary at Bristol, in New England, observes, in his letter of this year to the Society, that he hath been employed above thirty years in their service, and continues to do his duty, though in an imperfect state of health...
Page 4 - MY LORDS, ' Mr. Gelibrand going over Chaplain for New York withe Collonel Sclater I would humbly intreat yor Lord?5 to let Collonel Sclater have ye King's benevolence of twenty pounds for his voyage. ' My Lords, ' Yo* LordP most obedient sert., 'H. LONDON.

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