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(without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.
1906 edition. Excerpt: ... John Seitz and Jacob Nicolaus, and there
remain in the hands of George Mallo five pounds, which his mother
presented for the use of the church. George Mallo, Jacob
Engenbrecht, Peter N1cholas. 18"The baptisms after June, 1800, were
most probably entered by the Rev. John Brown, who was licensed by
the Reformed Synod at York, Pa., on May 12, 1800, on application
from the congregations in Rockingham, county. He served the
congregation from 1800 to 1850. The Reformed pastors before Rev.
Mr. Brown were no doubt the same as those of the neighboring
Frieden's Church, in whose record, begun in July, 1786, we find the
following names: 'Andrew Loretz, Bernhard Willy, Daniel Hoffmann
and Johannes Brauns.' Rev. Andrew Loretz, Jr., was pastor in
Lincoln county, N. C, from 1786 to 1812. From there he visited
Virginia. The ministry of Mr. Bernard Willy began in 1791. He
resided in Woodstock, Va. Rev. Daniel Hoffmann began in 1797, and
continued to serve the congregation for two years." EDMUND RUFFIN'S
VISIT TO JOHN TYLER. Edmund Ruffin was born in Prince George
County, Jan. 5, 1794. In 1810-1812, he attended William and Mary
College. He served in the Legislature of Virginia; was Secretary of
the State Board of Agriculture; Agricultural Surveyor of South
Carolina; for many years was President of the Virginia Agricultural
Society, and was the editor of the "Farmer's Register," from
1833-1842. He made many improvements in the practice of farming,
and acquired reputation as the foremost agriculturist in the South.
He pressed the importance of the rotation of crops according to the
five field plan, the importance of blind ditches, and the value of
leguminous crops in recuperating land; and was the discoverer of
the value of marl as a fertilizer of poor soil. Much...
|Country of origin:
Lyon Gardiner Tyler
||246 x 189 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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