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HISTORY OF GEORGIA,

FROM ITS

FIRST I) IS () () W E R Y BY E U R () P E ANS

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D. A PPLETON AND Co., 200 BROAD w AY.
SAVANNAH . WILLIAM THORNE WILLIAMS.

MDCCCXLVII.

Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1847, by
REV. WILLIAM BACON STEVENS, M.D.,

In the Clerk’s Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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A P P E N DIX .

LIST OF TRUSTEEs, witH NOTICEs of THE SAME,

CHARTER OF THE COLONY OF GEORGIA,

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Owing to the inability of the author to superintend the first 170 or 180 pages, several errors of names, ând construction of sentences, made in transcribing the original manuscript, have crept in ; in only one case, however, affecting the sense of the text. There are a few merely orthographical errors, which the reader will readily correct.

Page 6, line, 5, for himself, read he. Page 28, line 3, for placed, read planned. “ 16, “ 30, “ .Nicaiagua, .Nicaragua. “ 36, “ 34, “ Paraconsty, Paracousty. “23, “ 20, “ Talipe, ** Talisse. “ 37, “ 8, “ 6 & é & & 4 “ “ “ 25, “ they, the soldiers. “ 39, “ 11, “ Spaniards “Spaniard. “ 26, “ 2, “ found, founded. “ 71, in note, “ Jolial, Josiah. “ “ “ 4, semicolon after rule, and not after “ 76, 4 { “Crocker, ** Croker. a sū18. “ 77, line 17, “ Hazlemere, Haslemere, “ 27, “ 13, erase not and but. Since the text “ 81, “ 29, “ { { & 4 & 4 was printed, I have had the privilege of examining “ 107, 7, Vallenges, Wallenses. the collection of Mr. E. G. Squier, whose most “ 110, “ 8, “ Groman, ‘‘ Gronau. valuable observations on American Antiquities “ 112, “ 21, “ & 4 & 4 & 4 will soon be published by the Regents of the Smith- “ 117, “ 22, “Senanky, Senauky. sonian Institute ; and from conversations with him, “ “ “ 23, “ Hillipili, Hillispilly. and an examination of his valuable drawings and “ 122, “ 24, “ Balthurst, Bathurst. exceedingly rich collection, I am convinced that “123, “ 11, Sponer, “Spener. some of the works alluded to were for military as “ 125, “ 6, “Berthaldsaorf, Bertholdswell as for civil and religious purposes. I am grati- sdorf. fied to find that all my other views upon this subject “ 126, “ 26, “ Stralbaean, “Strathldean, are confirmed by Mr. Squier, who must now be “ 170, “ 25, Flambo, Flamboro’,

considered the highest authority on this subject.

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