The Education of the Negro Prior to 1861 eBook

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DALCHO, FREDERICK. An Historical Account of the Protestant Episcopal Church in South Carolina, from the First Settlement of the Province to the War of the Revolution; with notices of the present State of the Church in each Parish:  and some Accounts of the early Civil History of Carolina never before published.  To which are added:  the Laws relating to Religious Worship, the Journal and Rules of the Convention of South Carolina; the Constitution and Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church and the Course of Ecclesiastical Studies. (Charleston, 1820.)

DAVIDSON, REV.  ROBERT. History of the Presbyterian Church in the State of Kentucky; with a Preliminary Sketch of the Churches in the Valley of Virginia. (New York, Pittsburgh, and Lexington, Kentucky, 1847.)

HAMILTON, JOHN T. A History of the Church Known as the Moravian Church, or the Unitas Fratrum, or the Unity of Brethren during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. (Bethlehem, Pa., 1900.)

HAWKS, FRANCIS L. Ecclesiastical History of the United States. (New York, 1836.)

JAMES, CHARLES P. Documentary History of the Struggle for Religious Liberty in Virginia. (Lynchburg, Va., 1900.)

MATLACK, LUCIUS. The History of American Slavery and Methodism from 1780 to 1849:  and History of the Wesleyan Methodist Connection of America.  In Two Parts with an Appendix. (New York, 1849.)

MCTYEIRE, HOLLAND N. A History of Methodism; comprising a View of the Rise of the Revival of Spiritual Religion in the First Half of the Eighteenth Century, and the Principal Agents by whom it was promoted in Europe and America, with some Account of the Doctrine and Polity of Episcopal Methodism in the United States and the Means and Manner of its Extension down to 1884. (Nashville, Tenn., 1884.) McTyeire was one of the bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church South.

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BACON, THOMAS. Sermons Addressed to Masters and Servants. Published in 1743.  Republished with other tracts by Rev. William Meade.  (Winchester, Va., 1805.)

BOUCHER, JONATHAN.  “American Education.”  This address is found in the author’s volume entitled A View of the Causes and Consequences of the American Revolution; in thirteen discourses, preached in North America between the years 1763 and 1775:  with an historical preface.  (London, 1797.)

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