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Colonial ecclesiastical establishment

being a brief view of the state of the colonies of Great Britain, in respect to religious instruction ... to which is added, a sketch of an ecclesiastical establishment for British India ...

by Claudius Buchanan

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Published by Printed for Cadell and Davies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Missions.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Religious life and customs.,
  • India -- Religious life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Claudius Buchanan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination212 p. ;
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22864457M

      Progress and Ecclesiastical Establishment of the Reformation February 3, / admin And the voice which I heard from heaven spake unto me again, and said; Go, take the little book [1] which has been opened, in the hand of the Angel which stands upon the sea and upon the land. History in the Colonial Library The listings which follow can assist in charting the historiographical environment of the American colonists and the character of their historical resources. Although these lists are samples only, even this partial survey should supply the flavor of the colonists’ interest in history and the nature of their.

      This paper is concerned with the establishment of a monastic house in a recently colonized area by the lord responsible for the settlement of the land. The importance of the priory to the local economy will be examined in the forty years after its foundation, when settlement in the area was stabilizing and the initial flow of settlers appears Author: Brian Eagar.   John Wise, colonial American Congregational minister, theologian, and pamphleteer in support of liberal church and civil government. After graduating from Harvard College in , Wise preached at Branford, Conn., and Hatfield, Mass. In he accepted a .

    "The Blue Book was a key item of considerable standing in 19th century colonial administration, Colonial Regulations of the time state that: "The Annual Blue Book containing accounts of the Civil Establishment, of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditure and of various statistical particulars etc. must be completed as early as possible after the. 1 A Failed Mission, Contesting Colonial Rule, and Ecclesiastical Developments 2 “The Struggle Approximated to the Heroic”: African Catholic Women Becoming Nuns in Colonial Zimbabwe, – 3 “The Most Important Work on the Mission”: The Seminary .


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