|Call#||BX 5980 N2 P3 Vol. 3|
Appendix A - A reprint of America Dissected, being a Full and True Account of all the American Colonies by James MacSparran, D.D. (1753)
Appendix B - Reports and Abstracts: Reports of the Missionaries of Rhode Island to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. . .
Appendix C - Deed of Land known as the Site of the Old Church, on which the MacSparran Monument now stands
Appendix D - Letter of W. Taylor, Secretary of the Venerable Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. . ., dated May 20, 1715, to the Gentlemen on Communion with the Church of England. . .
Appendix E - Letter from Samuel Chace to General George Washington, copied Nov. 13, 1840 by John Barnet Chace
Appendix F - Mrs. Anstis Lee's Narrative of a Horseback Journey to Connecticut in 1791, written about 1845 when Mrs. Lee was in her eightieth year.
Appendix G - Letter from William Ellery of Newport, signer of the Declaration of Independence, to Daniel E. Updike, Wickford.
Appendix H - Letter from Dr. Sylvester Gardiner from Poole, England to James Bowdoin, Boston
Appendix I - And Interesting ceremony in the Narragansett Country. Unveiling of the MacSparran Monument in North Kingstown. Extract from Providence Journal, June 25, 1869
Appendix J - Woodcuts of the Original Edition of the History of the Narragansett Church
Appendix K - Original Subscription List for the First Edition of the History of the Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island by Wilkins Updike, Esq. (1847)
Episcopal Church - Rhode Island
Rhode Island - History - Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
Narragansett (R.I.) - History
Rhode Island - History - Colonial Period, ca. 1600-1775 - Sources
New England - Description and travel - Early works to 1800
|Title||A History Of The Episcopal Church in Narragansett, Rhode Island; Including a History of Other Episcopal Churches in the State|
|Physical Description||22.8 cm. : iv, 339 p.|