Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe

Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe

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Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe by Thaddeus Mason Harris

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of Tybee--The people go on shore at Peeper's Island--Oglethorpe goes to Savannah with the Missionaries--Sends provisions and refreshments to the Emigrants--Moore's account of the Public Garden--Tomo Chichi welcomes his friend--Saltzburgers make application for a removal from Ebenezer--Oglethorpe sends pioneers to lay out a road to Darien,

CHAPTER IX.

Special destination of the last Emigrants--Oglethorpe makes arrangements for their transportation to the Island of St. Simons--Follows with Charles Wesley--Arrives and lays out a Town to be called Frederica--Visits the Highlanders at Darien--Returns and superintends the building of a Fort--All the people arrive--Barracks for the Soldiers put up, and a Battery erected--Visited by Tomo Chichi, and Indians, who make a cession of the Islands--Reconnoitres the Islands and gives names to them--Commissioners from St. Augustine--Apparently amicable overtures--Oglethorpe goes to Savannah to hold a conference with a Committee from

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