A sermon preached before the incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: at their anniversary meeting in the parish church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on Friday February 15, 1744
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A. M. Rector Assistance Barbadoes Benefactions Benning Wentworth Bishop of Chichester Bishop of Ely Bishop of Hereford Bishop of Lichfield Bishop of Norwich Blessing Catechist Children Christian Church compleat and perfect D. D. Archdeacon D. D. Dean D. D. Prebendary Day of January Dean of York Durham Edward England five Guineas gation Gentlewoman Gospel in Foreign Gospel of Christ Governor half a Guinea hands Holy Honourable William hopes Instruction Itinerant Missionary Landaff late Legacy Letter Long-IJiand M. A. John M. A. Thomas Missionary at St Mohock Mojkito Nature Negroes Number Parish Paul's Payment perfect Rule pious Prebendary of Bristol Prebendary of Canterbury Propagation publick Religion remitted Reverend Dr Reverend Thomas Lord Right Honourable Right Reverend Rule of Faith Salaries Samuel Shillings Society hath Society's Missionary sufficient Rule thing Thomas Archer Thomas Lord Bishop thro Town Trelawney true Truth verend Virtue wilful Corruption William Shirley World worthy Person unknown
12 페이지 - Truth to guide them into all truth, to teach them all things, and bring all things to their remembrance.
29 페이지 - Parts, upon information, that in many of our Plantations, Colonies, and Factories beyond the seas, the provision for ministers was mean ; and many other of our said Plantations, Colonies, and Factories, were wholly unprovided of a maintenance for ministers, and the public worship of God; and that, for lack of support and maintenance...
25 페이지 - I now * fend thee., to open their eyes, and to turn ' them from darknefs to light, and from the ' power of Satan unto God, that they may * receive forgivenefs of fins, and inheritance ' among them which are fandified by faith
29 페이지 - June, 1701, to erect and settle a corporation with a perpetual succession, by the name of the Society for the propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts ; for the receiving, managing, and disposing of the contributions of such persons as would be induced to extend their charity towards the maintenance of a learned and an orthodox clergy, and the making of such other provision as might be necessary for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts, upon information, that in many of our plantations,...
12 페이지 - To him the porter openeth ; and the sheep hear his voice : and he calleth his own sheep by name, and leadeth them out. And when he putteth forth his own sheep, he goeth before them, and the sheep follow him : for they know his voice. And a stranger will they not follow, but flee from him : for they know not the voice of strangers.
30 페이지 - Jlition, and Idolatry. This Society was compofed by the Charter of the Chief Prelates, and Dignitaries of the Church, and of feveral other Lords, and eminent Perfons in the State, with a Power to...
44 페이지 - ... proportion of white people and an hundred negroes, who constantly attend the public worship of God. Mr. Honyman hath eighty regular communicants, and he hath baptized, within the preceding two years, one hundred and fifteen persons, of whom twenty were adults, and seven were negroes; while seventy negroes and Indians, with a large congregation of our own people, fill the neighbouring church of Narragansett, under the care and administration of the Rev. Dr. MacSparran.
47 페이지 - One was taken care of by Governor Trelawney, the others by four merchants. The youths were of a mild disposition, and seemed quite satisfied with their situation. In reply to enquiries Governor Trelawney sent the Society a copy of this letter which he had received from the Moskitos : " Moskito Shore, May 19, 1739. " Sir, We your lawful subjects do thank you for your care and assistance to us, in offering из commissions, and assisting us in any lawful occasion.
42 페이지 - ... hath thought proper to establish a Catechetical Lecture, and for Grammar Learning, at Boston, with the Advice and under the Inspection of the Honourable William Shirley, Esq., the worthy Governour of the Province, who thinks that such a School there, under the Blessing of Heaven, would prove an useful Seminary of Religion and good Literature throughout the Land, and recommend the Principles of the Church of England with great Advantage and Success. And Mr. Shirley much approves of the Society's...