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same-Churches in Lexington parish after the division-List of vestrymen,
from the vestry-book-Amherst parish, in Nelson county-Ministers of it-
Churches-Old one removed and repaired by Mr. Coles and Mr. Martin-The
family of Cabells—Sermon of the Rev. Mr. O'Neale on the death of two daugh-
ters of Nicholas Cabell— The Massie family.-Mr. William Waller-Butetourt
parish–Its ministers and churches-Old Major Burwell and his descendant:
-Church in Rockbridge-Its ministers and church—The prospect at Wythe
ville, Abington, &c .....

St. Mark's parish, Culpepper-Its first vestrymen-Church at Germanna-Colo-

nel Byrd's account of it and the place—The Gerinan settlement there, api
its removal— Numerous churches in Culpepper-List of vestrymen, from the
old vestry-book-The Rev. Mr. Thompson—His letter to M.s. Spottswood,
and its effect--Mr. Woodville and family.....

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The tombs of the Carters and their wives—The Kellys—The epitaphs-- The

repairing of the church-White Chapel Church, St. Mary's parish-A list of

the ministers of both parishes-list of the vestrymen—Tombs at White

Chapel—The family of Balls—The Rev. Mr. Waddell-Records of the court

-Letter of Joseph Ball, from London, to his sister, the mother of General

Washington, concerning the project of young Washington's entering the navy

-Also a letter to his nephew after Braddock's defeat......

115

ARTICLE LIX.

Parishes in Northumberland county-Wycomico and St. Stephen parishes-

Early history of the county-Ministers of the county-Old Wycomico-Visits

of Bishop Moore and myself—Its downfall-The sale of its bricks and non-

payment-Its Communion-vessels in the church at Millwood-History of the

Lee family-Richard Henry Lee and children--Old Stratford House built by

Queen Caroline-Old Northumberland House-Mr. Presley, and Presley

Thornton—Postscript-Further notice of the Lees-- The Corbin family-O11

vestry-book found-(See Appendir).....

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ARTICLE LX.

Cople purish, Westmoreland—— Ministers of it-Churches of it-Yeocomico-

Visit to it in 1834--The McGuire family— The Newton family-- Tombstones
and epitaphs in Cople parish-Contest about the church-Judge McComas's
letter—Letter of Mr. Rogers, of Princeton, New Jersey.....

117

ARTICLE LXI.

ashington parish, Westmoreland county—The ministers-Rev. Mr. De Butts

-His letter to the Bishop of London-Rev. Archibald Campbell— History

of himself and family-Old Round IIill and Pope's Creek Churches,Other

ministers-Washington's birthplace--d visit to it and the vault--Proposition

before the Legislature in relation to them--Leeds or Bray's Church The

town a cradle of Virginia patriotism---Resolutions there adopted, (See An-

pendix)--Bishop Payne's letter about Old Round Hill Church, and his family

—The Washington family—The wills of the two brothers John and Law-

rence, the first settlers in Virginia, The vault at Stratford- Thomas Lee

buried at Pope's Creek Church .........

158

ARTICLE LXII.

Farnham and Lunenburg parishes, Richmond county-Records of the court at

Tappa hannock- Magistrates of old Rappahannock county and Sittenburne

parish-Records of Richmond county-Principal families—Farnham parish

and churches, Ministers-- Vestrymen-Address of the vestry to it-Letters

to and from Bishop Madison- My visit to Farnham Church in 1837—Lunen-

burg parish and churches, Ministers—Controversy between thc Rev. Mr.

Kay and some of his vestry—Rev. Mr. Giberne-Letter of a friend (Colonel

Carter) in Lunenburg parish, concerning the old churches and ininisters--

The Tayloe family- Micous and Fauntleroys intermarry.

172

ARTICLE LXIII.

Parishes in King George_Changes in their boundaries-Hanorer parish-Its

churches and ministers--Its vestrymen, from the vestry-book and records of

the court-Rev. Mr. Boucher--Letter of General Washington to him-- Recent

history of the parish— The Turner family-Brunswick parish---Its ministers,

churches, and vestrymen-St. Paul's parish–Old vestry-book and register,

begun by the Rev. David Stuart, and continued by his son, William Stuart---

Their long and excellent ministry-Other ministers-St. Paul's Church-My

visit to it in 1812 or 1813–The old African woman – listory of the Fitz-

hugh family ... ........

183

ARTICLE LXIV.

Overwharton parish, Stafford county-Alexander Seott-His tombstone_Rau

Mr. Moncure-His history by Mrs. Wood— Tomb of her mother-Death po

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ile Kev. Mr. Moncure-Letter of George Mason, of Gunston, on the oceniny

- Ministers after Mr. Moncure—Old Aquia Church—Old Potomac Church

-Letter of Judge Daniel, giving an account of the old families around tho

two churches....

197

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ARTICLE LXVIII.

l:eligious character of Washington—The Rev. Mr. McGuire's book-Washing.

ton's early advantages under pious friends and ministers-Early indication
of pious feelings-His public documents prove it-- The general voice ascribes
it to him-His private devotion-His public acts when a young orficer- His
correspondence with Governor Dinwiddie-lis private diary testifies to it--
As General of the army, his orders are marked by it- His respect for the
Sabbath as private citizen and President of the United States-His condem-
pation of swearing, of gambling, of cuelling-Ilis belief of a special Provi-
dence-How far he was addicted to hunting-Was he a communicant ?-
Bishop White's account of it—His last moments..... .....

212

ARTICLE LXX.

St. Paul's Church, Alexandria, Cameron and Shelburne parishes, Loudon

county-Separation from Christ Church under Mr. Gibson-Purchase of

Old St. Paul's--First vestry-Other vestrymen-Vew church- Liberality of

Mr. McLean-Bishop Claggett-Bishop Madison-List of ministers-Came-

ron parish-Its ministers and churches-Shelburne--Its churches and minis-

ters and vestrymen-Rev. Dr. Griffith-Rev. Mr. Dunn- The glebe--Lawsuit

-Its vestrymen..

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copal Church in the West—Ohjections to it-Dr. Doudridge's history and

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character-His labours in Brooke county-The churches in it— The minis-

ters-- The case of Western Virginia—Proposition to divide the Diocese— The

result-Extract from my pamphlet on the subject.........

327

ARTICLE LXXVIII.

Churches in Wheeling, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Weston, and Buchanon-Dr.

Doddridge the first who preached in Wheeling-Bishop Chase moved its
organization-Mr. John Armstrong the first rector- Names of the first ves-
trymen-Succession of vestrymen-Succession of ministers-Churches-
Action of the vestry as to the division of the Diocese-Mr. Simms-Judge
Caldwell-Resignation of the Rev. William Armstrong-Church in East

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ARTICLE LXXX

The General Church- The Church in Maryland-Dr. Chandler's testimony-

Bishop White's opinion of the old clergy-Sir William Berkeley's wish as to

schools and printing–Church in South Carolina-Her first missionaries-

The sermons of that day in England and America-Dr. Coke's estimate of

the clergy-Tillotson's sermons the best in use-Tracts of the Christian

Knowledge Society, Mr. Wilberforce— The Rev. Mr. Bacon, of Maryland-

Instruction of servants-Moralizing preaching-My first acquaintances

among the clergy-Bishop White, Dr. Abercrombie, Bishop Hobart, &c.—Dr.

Percy, of South Carolina—His tracts-His history-My tour in favour of the

Colonization Society-Acquaintances formed—Results of it-General Con-

vention-Hymns added to the Prayer-Book-History of it-Public baptism

and pious sponsors recommended—Francis Key-Great deference for Bishops

-A change in that respect_Proposed alteration in the thirty-fifth canon-

The general seminary-Judge Cameron-Bishop White's statement-My own

- Proposed changes in the service EpiscopaÌ Sunday-School Union-Evan-

gelical Knowledge Society -- Missionary Society of the Church - Memorial and

commission of Bishops-My letter to the commission-Concluding remarks.. 351

APPENDICES.

No. 1.-Journal of the Convention of 1719........

393

No. 2.-Celebration at Jamestown in 1807...

420

No. 3.—Origin of the names of parishes....

425

No. 4.- List of names of old families of Virginia, and of those from Wales...... 428

No. 5.- Rolph's letter concerning the early settlements in Virginia........ 430

No. 6.- - Association in the Northern Neck, in 1766, against the Stamp Act.... 434

No. 7.-Sundry Acts of the Virginia Assembly, memorials, &c., from the year

1176 to 1802, concerning the Episcopal Church.....

436

No. 8.--Dr. Hawk's account of the last years of the Church, glebe question, &c. 446

No. 9.-Judge Story's opinion in the Supreme Court on the glehe question..... 452

No. 10.—John Randolph's recantation of Gibbon's principles .......

459

No. 11.—The Rev. David Mossom's epitaph......

460

No. 12.-Genealogy of the Ellis family.

460

No. 13.-Of the Baylor family.

464

No. 14.- The Peyton family.

466

No. 15.- Ministers, &c. of St. Stephen's and Wycomico parishes, Northumberl'd 467

No. 16.-Extracts from Ralphe Hamor...

469

No. 17.-The Brokenbrough and Fauntleroy families..

474

No. 18.— The Beverley family...

481

No. 19.— The Phillips and Fowke families.....

482

No. 20.-Further and more accurate information concerning Pohick Church... 484

No 21.- The inscription on Commissary Blair's tombstone in the old graveyard

at Jamestown.......

486

No 29.-Episcopal High School........

488

No. 23.-Further Statements concerning the Religious Character of Washing-

ton and the Question whether he was a Communicant or not. ....... 490

No. 24.--Extract from the “ Virginia Almanac" for 1776......

495

No. 23.- 3lissland Parish. New Kent County..

190

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