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An oration on the anniversary of the orphan establishment in Charleston, South-Carolina.

An oration on the anniversary of the orphan establishment in Charleston, South-Carolina.

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Published by Printed by W.P. Young & T.C. Cox, Charleston. in [Charleston, S.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charleston Orphan House -- Anniversaries, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDelivered by S.F. Gallagher, on the 18th October, 1798. ; Published at the request of the commissioners of the orphan-house.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33773.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination23, [1] p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17694569M

    It announced the establishment of the Supreme Council in Charleston, South Carolina, and included a history of Freemasonry. Saint Johns Lodge No. This Lodge, now long since extinct and once played an important part in the history of Masonry in South Carolina. St. An Oration Delivered on the Anniversary of American Independence, July 4, , in Saint Michael's Church, to the Inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, July 4, Note M.D. London: Printed for W. Winterbotham; Sold by J. Ridgway and H.D. Symonds,

    The Proceedings of the 66th Anniversary of the Orphan House of Charleston, South Carolina (Charleston, ) Annual Report of the Managers of the Ladies' Benevolent Society (New Orleans, Sherman, Wharton & Co, ) The Sermon and Reports at the fifth anniversary celebration of the Church Home (Charleston: A. E. Miller ).   The Charleston Orphan House brims with new insights into family life, labor markets, health conditions, and attitudes about class and race in antebellum South Carolina. Murray’s most distinctive contribution is access to the voices of the poor urban white population, who are allowed to speak for themselves in this superb new book."/5(6).

    For sale is the book "Charleston's Longest Green Line: The Anniversary Dinners of The Hibernian Society of Charleston, South Carolina" by Donald M. Williams, The book is signed by the author and inscribed to the late United States Senator Ernest "Fritz" Hollings from South Rating: % positive. The first orphanage to be established in South Carolina was the Charleston Orphan House. For instance, in , at the sixth anniversary of the Orphan House, the Rev. George Buist, D. D., Minister of the Presbyterian Church, and a "man of upright life and free from wickedness," made an oration in which he said, "On the day sacred to.


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An oration, delivered on the anniversary of American independence, July 4,in Saint Michael's church, to the inhabitants of Charleston, South Carolina, by David Ramsey, by: Ramsay, David. English, Book edition: An oration, delivered at the Orphan-House of Charleston, South-Carolina, Octo [electronic resource]: being the eighth anniversary of the institution.

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An Oration Delivered at the Orphan-House of Charleston, South-Carolina, October 18th,Being the Sixth Anniversary of the Institution. by the of the Presbyterian Church of Charleston: : Buist, George: Fremdsprachige BücherFormat: Gebundenes Buch. BOOK: Hidden History of Old Charleston (SC) (Hidden Histories) by Good, Edward Fitzsimons and Margaret Middleton Rivers Eastman ( ) BOOK: Oration delivered on the forty-eighth anniversary of the Orphan House, in Charleston, S.C., October by Smyth Thomas ( ).

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; By-Laws of the Orphan House of Charleston, South Carolina, Revised and Adopted by the Board of Commissioners, 4th April. Gallagher has written: 'An oration on the anniversary of the orphan establishment in Charleston, South-Carolina' -- subject(s): Anniversaries, Charleston Orphan House 'A brief reply to A.

Full text of "An oration, delivered at the celebration of the first centennial anniversary of the South-Carolina society, in Charleston, on the twenty-eighth day of. Charleston Orphan House (historical) USGS Charleston Quad, South Carolina, Topographic Map Charleston Orphan House (historical) is a Building in the state of South Carolina (county of Charleston), located at latitude - longitude coordinates (also known as lat-long or GPS coordinates) of N and W An oration delivered at the Orphan-House of Charleston, South-Carolina, October 18th,being the sixth anniversary of the institution.

/ By the Reverend George Buist, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Charleston. Page 7. PREFACE. The Orphan House of Charleston was founded in During the seventy-one years of its history, two thousand three hundred and forty orphan and destitute children have been maintained and educated upon its bounty, and provision has been made for the useful employment of the two thousand and six who have left the institution during that period.

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Dalcho delivered the “Oration” before the Medical Society of South Carolina, at the Anniversary .