First Bishop : A Biography of Charles Inglis. First Edition

By: INGLIS, Charles). CUTHBERTSON, Brian CUTHBERTSON, Brian

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(INGLIS, Charles). CUTHBERTSON, Brian. The First Bishop : A Biography of Charles Inglis. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Waegwoltic Press, (1987). First Edition. Pp (8),[1]-292,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, art-illustrated pink card covers with spine sunned to pale blue.

The cover has the Robert Field portrait.

Charles Inglis (b. 1734, Glencolumbkille, Donegal, Ireland - d. February 24, 1816 in Aylesford, Nova Scotia).

Brian Craig Uniacke Cuthbertson (b. 1936, Sackville, New Brunswick).

"Irish by birth, Charles Inglis was appointed a missionary of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in colonial Delaware before going to New York as assistant rector of Trinity Church. During the American Revolution he became the foremost Loyalist clergyman remaining in the colonies. His natural abilities and faithful service to his King and Church were rewarded by his consecration in 1787 as the first Bishop of Nova Scotia, and of what was to become the Anglican Church of Canada, as well as the first overseas bishop of the Church of England. During his 29 year episcopate, he laid the foundations for the Anglican Church in Maritime Canada.

In this comprehensive biography, using new sources uncovered by the author, Brian Cuthbertson portrays in a highly readable prose the life and the many facets of Charles Inglis's character as a missionary, Loyalist, church architect, horticulturalist, founder of an academy and a college, and as bishop." - from the rear cover.

1. Faithful Missionary
2. High Churchmanship
3. Revolution
4. Forced Exile
5. Defence of His Character
6. Bishops At Last
7. Clergy and Confirmations
8. Churches and Worship
9. A College [on King's College, Windsor)
10. Enthusiasm and Infidelity
11. Clermont and John [Clermont was his country estate near Aylesford, and his son John Inglis]
12. Final Achievements
Endnotes

Appendix A: Anglican Churches Built During Charles Inglis's Episcopate, 1787-1816.

Appendix B: The Printed Writings of Charles Inglis

With notes and index.

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Title: First Bishop : A Biography of Charles Inglis. First Edition

Author Name: INGLIS, Charles). CUTHBERTSON, Brian CUTHBERTSON, Brian

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Waegwoltic Press, Halifax, 1987, ISBN:0969297009: 1987

ISBN Number: 0969297009

ISBN Number 13: 9780969297000

Seller ID: 29503

Keywords: NOVA SCOTIA BIOGRAPHY BIOGRAPHIES CLERGY CANADIAN CHURCH HISTORY CANADA LOYALIST LOYALISTS ANGLICAN C OF E CHURCH OF ENGLAND,