See also:American clergyman, was
See also:born at
See also:North Carolina, on the loth of
See also:June 1798, After practising
See also:law with some distinction he entered the Episcopalian
See also:ministry in 1827 and proved a brilliant and impressive preacher, holding livings in New Haven,
See also:Philadelphia, New
See also:York and New
See also:Orleans, and declining several bishoprics . On his
See also:appointment as historiographer of his
See also:church in 1835, he went to England, and collected the abundant materials afterwards utilized in his Contributions to the Ecclesiastical
See also:History of U.S.A . (New York, 1836-1839) . These two volumes dealt with
See also:Maryland and Virginia, while two later ones (1863-1864) were devoted to
See also:Connecticut . He was the first
See also:president of the university of
See also:Louisiana (now merged in Tulane) . He died in New York on the 26th of
See also:September 1866 .
HAWKINS, or HAWKYNS, SIR RICHARD (c. 1562-1622)
SIR JOHN HAWKSHAW (1811-1891)
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