3 edition of Twenty second report of the Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick, 1857-8 found in the catalog.
Twenty second report of the Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick, 1857-8
Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick.
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Gray), Church of England clergyman and editor; b. 23 July in Preston, N.S., son of the Reverend Benjamin Gerrish Gray*; Phillips Easson of Jamaica; d. 1 Feb. in Halifax, N.S. John William Dering Gray’s father had been sent to Preston as a Church of England missionary to a group of Maroons, transferred there after the British On the following day, which was the twenty-second Sunday after Trinity, the church was consecrated and 11 people were confirmed and given communion by Bishop Levi Siliman Ives.
The chapel near Merry Hill had been named St. Thomas and it was thought appropriate to call the new church by the same name. The name was proposed by Mrs. L.S. ://~ncbertie/ The Reformed Church in America (RCA) is a mainline Reformed Protestant denomination in Canada and the United States.
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Coster’s defence of the Companion to the Prayer Book (Saint-Jean, N.-B., ; ).— Registration is now open for diocesan delegations for the Episcopal Youth Event (EYE20), which will be held at the University of Maryland, College Park (UMD), Diocese of Washington, JulyRegistration for EYE20 is being offered to provincial, diocesan, congregational, and other Episcopal organizational delegations as long as all EYE20 participation and chaperone criteria ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK (NEO-EBORACENSIS).
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()/Archdiocese_of_New_York. THIS twenty-first day of the second month, one thousthousand seven hundred and eighty-three, I, Jonathan Southwick, of From records Congregational church, New Salem, Mass., Samuel and Benjamin Powers, sons of Benjamin Southwick, baptized from the book of records of the Society of Friends, at Bolton.
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This complicates co1nparisons, They attribute much of the progress to "human formation" courses in the seminaries. Whatever the reason, we soon learn something of great :// Author of Everyday Comforts, Twelfth report of the proceedings of the Diocesan Church Society of New-Brunswick, Fiftieth report of the Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick,Better Homes and Gardens Great Cookouts, 1 Story Home Plans, Twenty fifth report of the Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick,Better Homes and Gardens Quick, Healthy and Delicious Cooking, Garden Style?page= He also served as Diocesan Inspector of Schools from until His consecration by Archbishop Joseph Masterson was on 26 Julyat the Pro-Cathedral.
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Carter, ), by Thomas Guthrie (page images at HathiTrust) Sermons on Christ and His church for Catholics and ://?type=lcsubc&key=Sermons. Report of proceedings at the Fourth General Assembly of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, in the United States and Canada.
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under the auspices of the Church Missionary Society, which sent out a band of devoted men, who did great work in the conversion of the natives; risking life, ,_/Letter_8. Second Report of the Select Committee of the House of Lord on Colonization from Ireland, HC (), xlvii, pp Legislation enacted by the New York legislature regarding the entry of emigrants to the port of New York, and the conditions under which ship owners and masters could bring such :// He was a missionary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel at New Brunswick, New Jersey,and rector at Jamaica, New York, From to he served as rector of St.
Peter's Church, Westchester, New York, and from to he was in private medical practice and chaplain to British troops at Staten Island and Table of Contents - Church Records The following church records have been cataloged and indexed into the Genealogy Today Subscription Data collection.
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