Logo of LLMC Digital present on all screens.  Clicking here will always return to Homepage
A 501 (c)(3) nonprofit committed to ‘saving the law’
prd server 3Book Bag
Description and Holding Information
Case of the Church of England in Carolina
An account of the proceedings in London regarding the response by the Lords Proprietors, Governor, and Council of South Carolina to the "untrue
suggestions" in the petition of Joseph Boone and others, regarding the case of the Church of England in Carolina. Printed in London in 1706, the response
supported the law to establish the building of more Churches of England in Carolina (as well as regulations regarding ministers and other matters) and
challenged the statements of Boone,"known to be a dissenter," and a great "opposer" of the establishment of the church in that part of the province.
The second document is a summary of same. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by Harvard University Library in Cambridge,
Title:   An account of the fair and impartial proceedings of the Lords proprietors, governour and council of the colony of South Carolina, in answer to the untrue suggestions, contained in the petition of Jos. Boon and others, and of a paper intituled, The case of the Church of England in Carolina.
OCLC Number:   83274291
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup