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From: Ann Capstick <>
Subject: [NS-CB-L] Early Anglican Church history, including reference to a few BMDs
Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 11:02:00 -0400

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Bicentenary sketches and early days of the church in Nova Scotia
[microform] / by C.W. Vernon ; with an introduction by the Lord Bishop of
Nova Scotia, and a chapter on Vernon, C. W. (Charles William), 1871-1934


Table of Contents




An Introduction: The Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia


1 The Bicentenary of the Church of England in Canada

2 A Brief History of the Diocese of Nova Scotia

3 A Brief History of King's College

4 The First Anglican Service and the Early Days at Annapolis Royal

5 The Founding of Halifax and Provision for the Infant Church

6 The Coming of Rev. John Breynton and Progress at St. Paul's Halifax

7 The German Congregation at Halifax and the Origin of St. George's

8 Rev. Thomas Wood the Missionary and his work at Annapolis Royal

9 Early Days of the Church at Lunenburg

10 The Arrival of the Loyalists at Halifax and its Effects

11 The Establishment of the Colonial Episcopate by the Consecration of
Bishop Charles Inglis

12 The Founding of the Academy and King's College at Windsor

13 Loyalists Days at Annapolis Royal

14 The Loyalist Settlement and Church at Shelburne

15 The Loyalist Settlement and Church at Digdy

16 Early Days of the Parishes of Windsor, Falmouth, Newport and Rawdon

17 The Beginnings of the Parishes of Horton, Cornwallis, Aylesford and

18 Early Work in Guysboro County

19 Early Days of the Church in Cumberland County

20 Early Church Work at Chester

21 The Founding of the Church in other parts of Nova Scotia

22 The Founding of St. George's, Sydney

23 Early Days of the Church in Prince Edward Island

24 Four Documents of Special Interests to Nova Scotia Churchmen



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