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rape of Bethesda, or, The Georgia orphan house destroyed

Johnson, John Rev.

rape of Bethesda, or, The Georgia orphan house destroyed

a poem

by Johnson, John Rev.

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Published by Printed by Markland & M"Iver ... in Charleston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bethesda (Orphanage : Savannah, Ga. (1740-1809)) -- Poetry.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesRape of Bethesda, Georgia orphan house destroyed
    Statementby John Johnson.
    ContributionsAmerican Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS791.J4 R3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6681899M
    LC Control Number25019874

    George Whitefield (/ ˈ w ɪ t f iː l d /; 27 December [O.S. 16 December] – 30 September ), also spelled Whitfield, was an English Anglican cleric and evangelist who was one of the founders of Methodism and the evangelical mater: Pembroke College, Oxford. Georgia state and university archives have a good deal of material, and Duke and Chapel Hill hold much concerning other provinces of the Revolutionary South as well as of their own. The appendix lists materials first by region or state and then roughly by genre. Here I shall discuss them briefly by genres.

      One of the most remarkable colonial buildings in Georgia was the Bethesda orphan house outside Savannah, commissioned by George Whitefield in , with piazzas on four sides and an impressive hipped roof. Like so many of Georgia's wooden colonial buildings, it was destroyed by fire in The Works of George Whitefield Volume III Letters The Bethesda Orphan-House in Georgia Quinta Press

    Pieces of Georgia was so real and lonely feeling but I think that's what made it so good because you felt it and could see the gears in Georgia's mind working. I think why I like this book is because there is a lot of artistic details and the problems that go with this book CAN Pieces of Georgia was so out there/5. The Wormsloe Historic Site, informally known as Wormsloe Plantation, is a state historic site near Savannah, Georgia, in the southeastern United site consists of acres ( km 2) protecting part of what was once the Wormsloe Plantation, a large estate established by one of Georgia's colonial founders, Noble Jones (c. ). The site includes a picturesque Coordinates: 31°57′53″N 81°4′14″W .


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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create. A continuation of the account of the orphan-house in Georgia, from January /1, to January /3 to which is prefixed the prefact to the former account, and a plan of the building: there are also subjoin'd, some extracts from an account of a work of a like nature, carried on by the late Professor Franck in Glaucha near Hall in Saxony /.

The rape of Bethesda; or The Georgia orphan house destroyed. A poem. / by: Johnson, John. Published: () Letter to His Excellency Governour Wright, giving an account of the steps taken relative to the converting the Georgia Orphan-House into a college.

The rape of Bethesda ; or The Georgia orphan house destroyed: a poem. by John Johnson (Book) A further account of God's dealings with the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield: from the time of his ordination to his embarking for Georgia.

The rape of Bethesda; or The Georgia orphan house destroyed. A poem. / by: Johnson, John. Published: () A further account of God's dealings with the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, from the time of his ordination to his embarking for Georgia. 6 works Search for books with subject bethesda (orphanage: savannah, ga.

()). Search An account of money received and disbursed for the orphan-house in Geo. The rape of Bethesda; or The Georgia orphan house destroyed: A poem. Author: Johnson, John, Published A letter to His Excellency Governor Wright giving an account of the steps taken relative to the converting the Georgia Orphan-house into a college together with the literary correspondence that passed upon that subject between His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Reverend Mr.

Whitefield: to which also is annexed the plan and elevation of the present and intended buildings and Orphan. The countess tried to continue Whitefield's work, sending teachers and missionaries to Bethesda to care for the orphans, but a devastating fire in destroyed the main orphan house.

The orphanage continued to exist on a reduced scale throughout the American Revolution (), with both British and American troops camping nearby on. Letter to His Excellency Governour Wright, giving an account of the steps taken relative to the converting the Georgia Orphan-House into a college.

Together with the literary correspondence that passed upon that subject, between His Grace the Archibishop of Canterbury and the Reverend Mr. Whitefield. / by: Whitefield, George, G[eorge] Whitefield, A LETTER TO His Excellency Governor WRIGHT, Giving an Account of the Steps taken relative to the converting The GEORGIA ORPHAN-HOUSE into a COLLEGE.

London: Printed for J. Millan at Charing Cross, C. Dilly in the Poultry, and M. Felingsley at Temple-Bar, Bethesda Academy, originally named Bethesda Orphan House and Academy, began as a colonial orphanage.

It has the distinction of being the oldest child caring institution in the country. Founded in by Rev. George Whitefield, Bethesda was visited by many of the country’s founding fathers, and found one of its earliest supporters in Benjamin Franklin. When evangelist George Whitefield was o he led the way with the establishment of an orphanage in the newly-founded colony of Georgia.

Whitefield called the orphanage Bethesda, which means "House of Mercy," for he hoped many acts of mercy would be shown there. Set on acres of land, the orphanage was built about 10 miles north of Savannah.

“WITHOUT A FEW NEGROES”: GEORGE WHITEFIELD, JAMES HABERSHAM, AND BETHESDA ORPHAN HOUSE IN THE STORY OF LEGALIZING SLAVERY IN COLONIAL GEORGIA by Tara Babb Bachelor of Arts The College of William and Mary, Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of Master of Arts in.

Bethesda Academy (previously known as Bethesda Home for Boys) is a boys' school and former orphanage located in unincorporated Chatham County, Georgia, in the United States, near Savannah. Its historic building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Nearest city: Savannah, Georgia.

From: Steven Coker Date: Febru Piercy, William. William Piercy letter book, 1 v. Request #: 37/ British clergyman and agent for the Countess of Huntingdon in Georgia and South Carolina, who sent him to America in to be the president and manager of the Bethesda Orphan House and College in Georgia.

A continuation of the account of the orphan-house in Georgia, from January /1, to January /3 to which is prefixed the prefact to the former account, and a plan of the building: there are also subjoin'd, some extracts from an account of a work of a like nature, carried on by the late Professor Franck in Glaucha near Hall in Saxony / by: Whitefield, George, Item.

Miscellaneous papers, John Johnson to Sir George Houstoun, January 9 ( p.) (second letter in the letter book); certified copy of the will of George Whitefield, ; The State Gazette of South Carolina, February 9,between the Trustees and John Johnson; clipping advertising the Orphan House property for lease, Febru ; clipping by John .Books at Amazon.

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