Εικόνες σελίδας
PDF
Ηλεκτρ. έκδοση
[ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][ocr errors][merged small][merged small]
[ocr errors]

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1857, by

J. B. LIPP1NCOTT 4 CO.

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of

Pennsylvania.

The profits of this work, if any, will be devoted to Missions.

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.

ARTICLE XLVI.

PMl

Antrim parish, Halifax county—Rev. Mr. Dresser's letter about it to Dr. Hawks

—Sketch of its ministers—Rev. Alexander Hny—Evan Raglnnd, Esq.—

Testimony to the religious belief of Patrick Henry—His answer to Payne's

"Age of Reason"—Mr. Grammar—Rev. Mr. Clark minister in part of the

county—His labours among the poor and servants 9

ARTICLE XLVII.

Parishes in Pittsylvania, Henry, Campbell, and Bedford—Camden parish—Nc

vestry-book—Records of court mortifying—Rev. Mr. Guilliam—Church oud

glebe—Vestrymen—Colonel Isaac Coles and family—Church built at the in-

stance of Mr. Dresser—Patrick parish—Rev. Messrs. Webb and Wade—Moore

parish, Campbell county—Succession of ministers—Church in Lynchburg—

Russell parish—Imperfect list of its old churches—Church at Liberty 14

ARTICLE XLVIII.

Parishes in Amelia, Nottoway, and Prince Edward—Raleigh and Nottoway
parishes—Rev. Mr. Brunskill—His toryisin—Threats in church—Churches
in Amelia—Families—Egglestons, Archers, Bookers, Tabbs, Banisters, &c,
—Old Grubhill—Attachment to the name—Vestrymen—Rev Messrs. Lee and
Berkeley—Nottoway parish—Its ministers—Treatment of one of its old
churches—St. Patrick's parish, Prince Edward—Its ministers—The Rev. Mr
McRoberts—Contest about an old church—Mr. William Berkeley—Rise and
progress of Presbyterianism in this part of Virginia—View of it confirmed
and enlarged by a friend—Hampden-Sydney College—The Smiths and others
—The Reads, Mayos, Carringtons, Veuables, Watkins 'ii

ARTICLE XLIX.

Parishes in Cumberland, Buckingham, and Fluvanna—St. James Southam—

Vestry-book—List of its ministers—List of its churches—-List of its vestry-

men—Rev. Mr. McClauriue—Littleton parish—Rev. Mr. McCrae—Other

ministers—Assault on Mr. McCrae—His defence by Patrick Henry—The

Carringtons—Sermon by Mr. McCrae—Tillotson parish—Its ministers and

churches—Parish of Fluvanna—Its ministers and church 38

ARTICLE L.

Frcdericksville and Trinity parishes, in Louisa and Albemarle counties—Vestry-

book—Test-oaths and oaths of allegiance—List of vestrymen before the

division of the parish—List of vestrymen after the division—List of ministers

—The Maurys—The Walker family—Old Walker's Church—The church's

petition for funds to repair it—The new church 41

ARTICLE LI.

St. Anne's parish. Albemarle—First churches ordered in the time of the Re.

Robert Rose—Other ministers—The Rev. Charles Clay—His patr\.'ti,' str-

mon—Vestrymen in St. Anne's parish—Other churches—Later ministers-

Old Ballinger Church—General Cocke—Church in Charlotteville—Mr. Hatch

—Mr. Jefferson—Rev. Zachariah Mead—His mode of curing consumption—

University—Its chaplains—Pestilence among the students—Extract from a

funeral-sermon delivered by the author of these notices—Offence given by it i*

ARTICLE LIT.

Parishes in Amherst, Nelson, Botetourt. Rockbridge, Grcenbner, and Mor'..

gomery—Ministers in Amherst and Lexington parishes—Churches in .ue

S

« ΠροηγούμενηΣυνέχεια »