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Fluvanna, Virginia, Minor Lancelot, Goochland, ditto Moore, Rev. Doctor James, Vaucluse, Kentucky, Morton, William
ditto Morse, Rev. Doctor Jedediah, Charlestown, Mas
sachusetts. Moore, Hon. Thomas, member of the H. R. of the United States,
Spartanburgh, Moore, Doctor Andrew B. ditto Moore, Mrs. Rebecca, Edgefield, M-Clenahan, John, memb. of H.R. of s. a Chester, M'Connico, Christopher, Jamesville, Santee, M'Creight, William, Winnsborough, M'Illing, Capt. Hugh, Winnsborough, M'Dowel, John, St. Thomas, M‘Faddin, Col, Thomas
Salem, M'Faddin, Capt. John ditto M'Intosh, William
ditto M.Morries, John, member of the Senate of s. c.
Newberry, Means, Robert, Beaufort, Morgan, Doctor William, Dorchester, Mulford, Capt. C. Fort Johnson, Murray, John, Stateburgh, Murray, Joseph I. Edisto Island, Montgomery, Mrs. Mary, Augusta, Georgia, Murphey, John D. Robinson, North-Carolina, Manigault, Joseph, Charleston, Mathews, Rev. Philip, Rector of St. James, Santee,
Scott, William, Christ-Church,
Charleston, Simons, Mrs. Catharine, 2 setts ditto Sims, William
ditto Smith, Benjamin, 2 setts
ditto Smith, William, sen.
ditto Smith, Samuel
ditto Smith, William Stephens
ditto Steedman, Charles John
ditto Strobel, Capt. John
ditto Simpson, John
Pendleton, Smith, Dr. Edward D. ditto Singleton, Richard, mem. H. R. of s. c. St.Barthol. Sparks, Alexander, Darlington, Shetton, John, Goochland, Virginia, Smelt, Mrs. Mary, Augusta, Georgia.
T. Taylor, Hon. John, mem. H.R. of U.S. Columbia, Taylor, John, Pendleton, Thomas, Stephen
Charleston, Thomas, Miss Eliza L. ditto Thompson, Alexander
ditto Toomer, Mrs. Ann
ditto Toomer, Henry B.
ditto Tvomer, Doctor A. V. Christ-Church, Thompson, Abiel
ditto Todd, John, James Island,
Todd, General Robert, Lexington, Kentucky,
ditto Thomson, James W. Raleigh, North-Carolina, Troup, Hon. Geo. M. mem. H.R. of U.S. Georgia,
of s. c. St. James, Santee,
s. c. St. James, Santee,
ditto White, George K.
ditto Wish, William
ditto Whilden, Elisha
ditto Whitesides, Moses
ditto Whitner, Joseph, Pendleton, Winn, Hon. Major General, member of the H. R.
of the United States, Winnsborough,
Wilson, Robert, sen. Indian Town,
of the United States, Williamsburgh, Witherspoon, Gavin
ditto Witherspoon, Mrs. Elizabeth, sen. ditto Witherspoon, Thomas
ditto Witherspoon, Robert P.
ditto Witherspoon, Robert Sidney ditto Witherspoon, Robert Franklin ditto Witherspoon, John, sen. Salem, Witherspoon, John M. ditto Witherspoon, James Harvey, Lancaster, Witherspoon, William, member of the Senate of
s. c. St. Mathews, Witherspoon, Samuel, Duck-River, Tennessee, Wilson, David
Williamsburgh, Wilson, James Edmonds ditto Wilson, Robert Manton
ditto Wilson, J. R. Witherspoon
A FUNERAL DISCOURSE,
THE REV. DANIEL M'CALLA, D. D).
LATE PASTOR OF
THE INDEPENDENT OR CONGREGATIONAL CHURCA,
PARISH OF CHRIST'S CHURCH, (S.CA)
DELIVERED ON THE TWENTY-EIGHTH DAY OF MAY, 1809.
BY THE Rev. WILLIAM HOLLINSHEAD, D.D. One of the Pastors of the Independent or Congregational Church in Charleston
ZECHARIAH, i. 5.
" Your Fathers, where tore they? And the Prophets, do they live forever an
THE fashion of this world passeth away: Like a vast theatre, its scenery is perpetually changing-One generation of men cometh on the stage after another: Every individual performs his part and makes his exit, and is geen no more. Melancholy reflection! We look back upon the years that are past, with regret, for those who filled their station with propriety; who were among the virtuous, the honorable, and the good in their day. They are gone down to the chambers of the dead; they have ceased from their labors and their prayers, from their works of piety and benevolence, and from all their schemes of usefulness in the world. We have lost the benefit of their influence, their living example, and their personal instruction. “ Your Fathers, where are they? And the Prophets, do they live forever?
On such subjects as these, the mind naturally dwells, in the awful crisis of bereavement, when a holy Providence demands the surren. der of our friends to his wise determinations. There is a propriety in considering them with attention, especially in the hour consecrated to the remembrance of departed excellence. If we improve them as we ought, 'we may derive from them, many useful lessons of instruction.