RepositoryLambeth Palace Library
TitleAmerican Colonies
DescriptionSOUTH CAROLINA, 1711-undated
1. Thomas Edwards to Secretary, Greek St., 3 Jan. 1711, introducing unnamed son of a country clergyman who desires a post in Carolina.
2. Secretary to the Carolina Proprietors, Petty France, Westminster, Jan. 1710/11 (copy), asking their support for a school which [Gideon] Johnston is trying to persuade the assembly to establish in Charleston.
3. Ralph Izard to [Gideon] Johnston, undated, but bearing notation, apparently in John-ston's hand, saying it was written before deaths of Governor [Edward] Tynte and Mr. [Henry] Gerard. Izard and other members of the assembly are prepared to write to the society in Johnston's behalf. Occasion not stated.
4-13. [Gideon] Johnston to Secretary (?), 27 Jan. 1710/11. Assembly has added £50 to his salary during his incumbency, but he still seeks an allowance from the society. His congregation has been decreased by a number of deaths, and by the withdrawal of some dissenters. He continues to have a controversy with [Edward]Marston. He is enclosing a note from Mr. [Ebenezer] Taylor (14), whom he has persuaded to seek orders. Reference seems to imply that he was formerly a dissenter. Various charges have been brought against Maitland, but no one will support them by oath. Later references in the letter seem to indicate that the 'dissenters' referred to are Presbyterians.
14. Ebenezer Taylor to Secretary, Charles Town, 6 Feb. 1710/11, stating his intention to sail home for orders.
15. Secretary to John Norris, Petty France, Westminster, 6 Feb. 1710/11 (copy). Society has expressed approval of his plan, reported in letter to Sir John Philips, of 'breeding up' his son to be a missionary to the Indians.
16. Secretary to [Alexander] Wood, Petty France, Westminster, 7 Feb. 1710/11 (copy). Society is continuing his allowance, on Doctor [Francis] Le Jau's recommendation.
17-18. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 9 Feb. 1710/11, reporting on his work. As he fears that his Barbadoes correspondent, Colonel Thomas May-cock, may have died, some of his letters sent that way may not have gone through.
19-21. Lists of burials and communicants in St. Philip's, Charleston, in 1710 and early 1711.
22-3. Fragment of a letter by [Gideon] Johnston describing his efforts to keep Captain Flavel from defecting to the Presbyterians. Affidavit of [Gideon] Johnston before Chief Justice [Nicholas] Trott, 15 Feb. 1710/11, saying that this was part of a letter that was to be sent to the secretary 31 Oct. 1710.
24. List of christenings in Charleston, 10 Apr. 1710 to 15 Feb. 1710/11.
25. Secretary to Madam Rhet, 10 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), thanking her for gift of communion plate to St. Philip's, and for kindness to Johnston during his illness.
26. Secretary to Gignillat, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy). State of the society's finances makes it unlikely that they can aid him at present.
27. Secretary to [Thomas] Hasell, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), acknowledging his reports.
28. Secretary to Sir Nathaniel Johnson, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), thanking him and some others for kindness to [Gideon] Johnston. Seems to imply that Johnson is again governor.
29. Secretary to [Gideon] Johnston, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), Petty France, Westminster. Society has asked the proprietors to support his projected charity school (2). Prayer books for his use have been sent in care of [Francis] Le Jau, because his letter suggested that he might be returning to England.
30. Secretary to [Francis] Le Jau, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy). Un-able to answer his letters fully because society postponed action on them until the archbishop could be present. The society is seeking an act of Parliament for the conversion of Indians and Negroes.
31. Secretary to L'Escot and Truilliart, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), thanking them for kindness to [Gideon] Johnston and reporting sending of French prayer books.
32. Secretary to [Robert] Maule, Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), re-proaching him for not acknowledging gift.
33. Secretary to John Thomas (not the missionary), Petty France, Westminster, 20 Feb. 1710/11 (copy), thanking him for aid to [Gideon] Johnston.
34-5. [Robert] Maule to Secretary, 4 Apr. 1711. He is seeking to persuade his parishioners to build a parsonage.
36-7. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 12 Apr. 1711. He is sending secretary and treasurer a gift of Carolina rice. He questions accuracy of religious statistics in a pamphlet on the colony lately published in London, holding that it overstates the numbers of Presbyterians, Baptists, and Quakers, and errs in counting French Protestants among the Presbyterians.
38-9. [Gideon] Johnston to Secretary, 20 Apr. 1711. Maitland has died. Dispute with [Edward] Marston continues. [Robert] Maule has assisted Johnston in his illness.
40. List of those communicating on Easter, 1 Apr. 1711, probably enclosed with (38-9).
41. [Gideon] Johnston to Secretary, 21 Apr. 1711, introducing and recommending [Ebenezer] Taylor.
42-3. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 30 Apr. 1711. Reports death of Maitland. The rest of the clergy are in fair health.
44. [Giles] Rainsford to Secretary, Bury, Suffolk, 8 Feb. 1711, seeking an appointment.
45-6. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 10 July 1711. Ship Loyal Johnson, by which he sent some earlier letters, was taken by privateers. Some removals from his parish have been more than offset by new arrivals from Barbadoes. [James de] Gignilliat has married an aged, wealthy French woman and seems unwilling to perform further clerical duty. [Edward] Marston has visited the Yammassees and is seeking the support of the assembly for settling among them. [Richard] Marsden is engaged in trade in Barbadoes.
47-8. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 14 July 1711, announcing arrival of [Benjamin] Dennis.
49-50. James de Gignillat to Society, Goose Creek, 15 July 1711. Though he does not have a parish since his marriage, he proposes to supply vacant livings. He has translated the English catechism into French, and sent a copy to the society. Urges work among Indians.
51. Benjamin Bradly to the Secretary, 20 July 1711, introducing Giles Rainsford.
52. Secretary to [Gideon] Johnston, Petty France, Westminster, 4 Aug. 1711 (copy). Society has not yet acted on Johnston's application for aid, but probably soon will, especially as Mrs. Johnston is reported coming home to support it.
53. Secretary to Governor and clergy of Carolina, Petty France, Westminster, 6 Aug. 1711 (copy), asking them to report on feasibility of a proposal to move Ross Reynolds, schoolmaster in St. Bartholomew's Parish, who has taught some young Indians free, nearer to the Yammassees, so that he can work among them.
54. Secretary to Beyse, Petty France, 31 Aug. 1711 (copy), rebuking him for not reporting (misplaced).
55-6. Benjamin Dennis to Secretary, South Carolina, 3 Sept. 1711. He was delayed in his passage from Virginia to South Carolina by a revolt against Governor Hyde of North Carolina led by Colonel Cary.
57. [Thomas] Hasell to Secretary, St. Thomas's Parish, 4 Sept. 1711, reporting on his work, and saying that he is transmitting directions concerning parish libraries to other missionaries. [Francis] Le Jau and [Robert] Maule are well, but [Benjamin] Dennis is ill.
58-9. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 5 Sept. 1711. His parish is planning to build a school-house for Dennis's use, but such things go slowly in Carolina. He has written up a conference he had with some dissenters, and may print it.
60-1. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, St. James, Goose Creek, 18 Sept. 1711. He has not received the books sent in his care for Johnston. He has encountered some opposition to his efforts to convert the slaves.
62-3. Wardens and vestry of Christ Church Parish to the Society, 21 Sept. 1711, asking to be supplied with a minister. They were served for a time by [Edward] Marston and later by [Richard] Marsden, but both left. There is a Presbyterian minister in the parish.
64-5. Wardens and vestry of Christ Church Parish to Bishop of London, 26 Sept. 1711, making similar request.
66-7. Vestry of St. Andrew's parish, 1 Oct. 1711, seeking a minister following death of Alexander Wood.
68. Ebenezer Taylor to Secretary, on board the Mary in the Downs, 29 Dec. 1711. He fears that his ship, which has been sailing along the English coast, has missed the fleet with which it was to sail to America.
69. Copy of petition of St. Philip's, Charleston, to lower house of assembly, dated only 1710/11, asking for authority to rebuild church.
70-2. Testimonials to William Guy, 4-16 Jan. 1711/12.
73. Specimen lines in English, Latin, and Greek, signed by [William] Guy, presumably as an exercise of some sort. Undated.
74. Another testimonial to Guy, Jan. 1711/12.
75-6. Undated petition of [William] Guy to the Society. Having been designated by the society as schoolmaster in Charleston, and accepted by the Bishop of London for ordination to the deaconate, he asks to be supplied with books.
77. Undated petition of Daniel Mainadier [Menadier] to the Society. Though designated as missionary to Narragansett, he asks to be appointed to Christ Church Parish, South Carolina, having learned that it is vacant.
78. Mary Keith to the Archbishop of Canterbury, undated, asking relief. (Should be with Maryland documents.)
79. Undated petition of Mary Keith to the Society, asking aid.
80-7. Undated memorial of Samuel Thomas relating to Church in South Carolina and containing proposals for instruction of Indians and Negroes.
88. Undated testimonial to [Samuel] Thomas.
89-90. [Robert] Stevens to the Society, Goose Creek, undated, criticizing [Samuel] Thomas for not staying among the Yammasees, though he had displaced Kendal, who had resigned St. George's Parish in Bermuda to work among them. Denies published reports that Thomas has instructed Negroes in Goose Creek. On same sheet: letter from Thomas Naime to Doctor Marston.
91. Stevens to Bishop of London, Goose Creek, undated, saying that he is entertaining [Samuel] Thomas at his plantation until Sir Nathaniel Johnson receives him as his chaplain.
92-8. Undated memorial of [Samuel] Thomas vindicating himself against charges brought by [Edward] Marston, and explaining his reasons for not settling among the Yamassees.
99-100. Undated petition of Elizabeth Thomas, Samuel's widow, seeking relief.
101-2. Undated answers of [Gideon] Johnston to queries of the society, apparently related to his request for aid.
103-4. Undated 'case' of [Gideon] Johnston, indicating that he had refused an appointment to North Carolina and that there was some vacillation about sending him to South Carolina.
105. Undated copy of petition of dissenters in South Carolina to Moderator and General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, asking their aid in opposing South Carolina establishment act which, they say, inhibits dissenting ministers from baptizing or marrying. Declare that dissenters are a majority in South Carolina.
106-7. [James de] Gignillat to Secretary, undated, acknowledging letter saying society cannot give him an allowance at present (probably 26), offering a scheme for the conversion of the Indians, and giving a description of the province.
108-10. Report of a subcommittee to the committee of the Privy Council for plantation affairs, Whitehall, 2 June 1767, recommending that Governor of New York be ordered to desist from making grants in lands west of the Connecticut River (the present state of Vermont) in conflict with grants made by Benning Wentworth, governor of New Hampshire, including grant to the society.
111-15. H. Moore to Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, New York, 16 Jan. 1766, transmitting a map of the region (2 copies of letter, one of map).
116. Samuel Peters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Grosvenor Place, 12 Mar. 1790, reporting arrangements of General Convention of 1789, particularly relating to consecration to Edward Bass, Bishop-elect of Massachusetts, as related to him by American correspondents.
117-18. Request of a convention in Vermont to the Archbishop of Canterbury to arrange for the consecration of Samuel Peters as bishop of that state, 27 Feb. 1794.
119. Testimonial to Peters, signed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, 8 May 1794.
120. Peters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 22 York St., Westminster, 16 July 1794, informing him of his election. Asserts that he was elected Bishop of Connecticut in 1784, but declined, and that he had entertained hopes of being named Bishop of Upper Canada.
121. Peters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 22 York St., Westminster, 25 June 1794. Two sets of credentials have both miscarried, but he encloses a copy of the address of the convention to the archbishop (presumably 117-18). Draft of archbishop's answer, on same sheet, 29 June 1794. As there are now three bishops of the English line in the United States, the act authorizing their consecration is no longer in effect.
122. Peters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 22 York St., Westminster, 30 June 1794, pleading for consecration on the ground of Vermont's remoteness from the rest of the country, and the difficulty of convening the American bishops. Draft of archbishop's reply, on same sheet, 2 July 1794, says he sees no chance of Peters obtaining consecration in England.
123. Finished copy of the archbishop's reply of which the draft appears on (121).
124-5. Archbishop of Canterbury to the Duke of Portland, Clarendon House, near Guilford, 12 Sept. 1794. In answer to an inquiry from the Duke, he repeats position stated in (121) and adds that Peters cannot obtain proper testimonials from America, as he has not resided there for several years.
126-7. A finished and slightly shorter copy of (124-5).
128-9. Peters to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 22 York St., Westminster, 4 Nov. 1794. Having been told by Mr. King that the Duke of Portland is of the opinion that the act of Parliament did not limit the number of bishops who could be consecrated, but that there was a further objection in that his consecration has not been approved by the civil authorities, he has obtained a certificate from the American minister, Pinckney, that the American government is not concerned in ecclesiastical matters.
130. John A. Graham to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 340 Strand, 18 May 1795. Identifying himself as 'agent of the church in Vermont', he pleads for the consecration of a bishop.
131. John A. Graham to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 340 Strand, 25 May 1795, having received an oral refusal from the archbishop he asks that the grounds be put in writing.
132. Archbishop of Canterbury to [John A.] Graham, Canterbury, 17 June 1795, repeating his reasons for refusing to consecrate Peters.
133-4. Copy of act of 1667 declaring that the baptism of slaves does not entail their emancipation.
135-8. Two copies of notes on MS. Harl. B.M. no. 3790, saying that MS. shows that in 1672 the King named Alexander Murray, Rector of Ware Parish, Virginia, as bishop of Virginia, and that 'false calumnies' being brought against Murray in Virginia, he asked a chance to vindicate himself, and a citation was issued announcing his intended consecration and calling on all objectors to come forward. Notes end at this point.
139-40. Richard Wathen to Maj. John Harper, Charles City Co., Virginia, 14 May 1683, relating to the title to a tract called the 'mill lands'.
141-2. More documents bearing on this title, contained in a letter of Mr. [Joseph] Keats to Thomas Symons, 28 May 1699.
143-9. Thomas Symons to Samuel Brewster, 4 Dec. 1702, with a number of documents supporting title of Richard Bond to these lands.
150. Francis Nicholson to the Bishop of London, Williamsburgh, Virginia, 11 Oct. 1703, introducing John Thomas, who is returning for priest's orders after serving as schoolmaster in Philadelphia, and John Moor, a leader of the church in Philadelphia, who is travelling with him.
151. Will. Urquhart to Secretary, Spithead, Hook of Holland. Ship on which he and Crawford are sailing has obtained a new mast and expects to sail soon for Virginia. [Alexander] Stuart had to go ashore because of illness.
152. Order in Council, 3 Mar. 1704, referring complaints of some members of the provincial council in Virginia against Governor [Francis] Nicholson to the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations.
153-4. Wardens, vestry, and other freeholders of Christ Church Parish, Kent Island, Virginia, to the Bishop of London, 18 Apr. 1704. Testimonial to John Sharpe, who has been their minister for two years.
155-6. W. [H. ?] Harrison to Secretary, Virginia, 23 May 1704, outlining steps that must be taken to claim the Bond estate, the principal one being to prove that George Bond is Richard's heir. Land is poor, but has the advantage of lying on a navigable creek, and having a water-mill, though that is in poor repair.
157-8. [Francis] Nicholson to Secretary, 31 May 1704. A testimonial to George Keith.
159. Samuel Thomas to the Secretary, Portsmouth, 20 Apr. 1706, reporting various delays in sailing. Mr. Boon, who professes to be a supporter of the Church of England, has brought on board two dissenting ministers and a Scotch Presbyterian schoolmaster.
160-1. [Francis] Le Jau to Secretary, on board the Greenwich, in the James River. 9 Sept. 1706. He has arrived there after a smooth voyage of ten weeks, and is being entertained by Mr. Wallace, rector of a neighbouring parish. He hopes to get to Williamsburgh to pay his respects to Commissary [James] Blair.
162-3. List of parishes in Virginia, 25 Mar. 1707.
164. J. Wallace to Josiah Woodward, Elizabeth City Parish, 3 Apr. 1707. Only about 4 out of 40 clergymen in the province are regularly inducted, the rest being employed during the pleasure of their vestries.
165. Robert Walker to the Bishop of London, Portsmouth, 12 May 1707. His food has run out, apparently while waiting to sail. He has been supplied by [William] Cordiner, but the latter's resources are also becoming exhausted.
166-7. James Adams to Secretary, Virginia, 19 June 1708. He and [William] Gordon have reached Virginia on their way to North Carolina.
168. [William] Black to Secretary, Kickatan, Virginia, 19 June 1708. He has reached there on his way to Pennsylvania (Delaware).
169-70. [Thomas] Hasell to Secretary, Virginia, 12 Oct. 1708, on his way to England (2 copies).
171. [Thomas] Halliday to Secretary, Virginia, 14 Mar. 1710/11. Having got thus far, he proposed to go to New York by land, but now has a chance to go there by ship.
172-5. William White to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Philadelphia, 11 Aug. 1789, with a copy to his reply to a request from Virginia for the consecration of David Griffith, saying that he does not feel free to consecrate until there are three bishops in the English line in America.
176-7 Wrappers.
178-9. William Wynne to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Doctors Commons, 27 Mar. 1790. He thinks more information is necessary before the Archbishop can reply to the request of General Convention that he approve the union of White and Provoost with [Samuel] Seabury to consecrate Bass. He is troubled by the fact that the convention asserted the validity of Seabury's orders.
180-207. Testimonials and other papers relating to the consecration of James Madison as Bishop of Virginia, 1790.
208-9. Undated request from vestry of unnamed parish, sent by [George] Keith, asking continued aid of society. Placed here because of notation saying that it was from Virginia, but names of signers seem to show that it was from Chester, Pennsylvania.
210-13. Undated account of the foundation of William and Mary College, signed by S. [Stephen] Fouace (2 copies).
214-15. Unsigned, undated letter to governors of the College of William and Mary, relating to its affairs. Notation dates it 16 July 1722 and says it is in the handwriting of Archbishop Wake.
216-17. Jo. Keats to ---, 28 May ---, concerning title to Bond estate.
218. Undated note saying there are 13 vacant parishes in Virginia.
219. Undated account of religion in Virginia, attributed in notation to Mr. Keeble.
220. [John] Brooke to the Archbishop of Canterbury, 11 Nov. 1704, expressing his intention of going to the West Indies and asking to be recommended to the society for an appointment.
221-3. Memorial suggesting motives for improving the sugar colonies, addressed to the Archbishop of Canterbury by James Ramsey, Mr. Maudes, Downing St., 18 Mar. 1778. The proposal is to allow the slaves a minimum amount of self-government under an official Protector, restricting the authority of the master.
224-29. An act for establishing schools and providing schoolmasters in the several islands, 17 Dec. 1795.
230-50. Act for erecting and repairing of churches and maintaining of ministers, 24 Dec. 1795.
251. George Chalmers to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Whitehall, 15 July 1796, presenting the foregoing acts (224-50).
252. Secretary to Governor [Robert] Lowther, Petty France, Westminster, 6 Mar. 1710/11 (copy), asking his co-operation in obtaining possession of Codrington estate.
253. Robert Lowther to Secretary, Portsmouth, 17 Mar. 1710/11. He has received the 'exemplification' of the society's charter and will deliver to their attorneys. He fears that the conversion of the Negroes will prove a difficult task, because of the indifference or opposition of the masters.
254-5. Lowther to Secretary, Portsmouth, 27 Mar. 1710/11, with a catalogue that he and [Francis] Nicholson made of books left with the minister in Portsmouth by one of the society's missionaries.
256-7. Benjamin Dennis to Secretary, Reserve in Carlile Bay, Barbadoes, 26 Mar. 1711. His ship put in there instead of going to Virginia, because it was running short of water. His wife bore a son on the voyage, apparently prematurely, as the result of being frightened by the sight of a privateer.
258. Bishop of St. Asaph to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dartmouth St., 7 Apr. 1760. Committee on Barbadoes affairs has completed its work and he is submitting some documents.
259. List of members of subcommittee on Barbadoes, 1760.
260-1. Barbadoes managers to the Society, Codrington College, 28 May 1780, discussing changes in arrangements of the management of the plantation.
262. Undated draft of report of Barbadoes committee.
263-4. Undated, anonymous proposals for reviving the 'seminary of Learning' (apparently a preparatory school) in connection with Codrington College.
265-6. Undated list of Barbadoes clergymen signing an address to the King and list of churches damaged or destroyed in hurricane.
267-8. Address of Governor, Council, and Assembly of Bermuda to the Society, St. George's, 10 Sept. 1706, asking aid for church. To be presented by their former minister, Thomas Holland.
269. Governor Ben. Bennet to Society, 19 Sept. 1706, asking continuance of salary to [Andrew] Auchinleek.
270. Auchinleek to Secretary, 29 Oct. 1706, asking continuance.
271-2. Auchinleek to Secretary, 23 Dec. 1706, making same request.
273-4. H. Bennett to the Secretary, 5 Jan. 1708, transmitting a letter from the minister in Bermuda (Auchinleek?) and saying that he has received a favourable report concerning him from his brother, the governor.
275. Auchinleek to Secretary, 10 Feb. 1707/8, seeking aid.
276. Auchinleek to Secretary, 25 June 1708, asking aid.
277-8. Auchinleek to Secretary, 26 Mar. 1709. Though denied an allowance, he will be willing to serve the society's commands and hopes they may sometime restore him.
279-80. Jacob Rice to Secretary, St. John's, Newfoundland, 6 Nov. 1711 (misplaced), reporting conditions on his return.
281. Samuel Eburne to the Society, Kingston, 12 Nov. 1705, requesting prayer books.
282-3. R. Tabor and Thomas Lloyd to the Secretary, Spanish Town, 5 Dec. 1707, describing religious conditions on the island.
284. Undated extract from Jamaica slave code, saying that no slave shall become free by becoming a Christian.
285. Thomas Lloyd to Secretary, 5 Dec. ---. Vestry has increased his salary since his arrival. Commissary Bennett has recently died.
286-92. Undated abstract and other papers by Doctor [Francis] Le Jau describing religious situation in Leeward and Caribbee Islands.
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