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Your example will, I trust, serve as a stimulus to others, and will thus be the means of rescuing from oblivion many interesting events in our earlier history, which are rapidly passing away with their aged depositories.
Your own work, which is well and handsomely executed, contains much valuable information, and will, I trust, secure to you a liberal public patronage, as well as the Legislative countenance to which it entitles you.
With best wishes,
JOHN MACPHERSON BERRIEN.
WASHINGTON, District of COLUMBIA, 16th January, 1854. We have examined the Historical Collections of Georgia, by the Rev. George White, and take pleasure in saying, that in our opinion it contains much that is interesting and useful. The work strongly commends itself to the liberal patronage of the people of the State.
Georgia has appropriated large sums of money to collect in manuscript the colonial archives, and every record that can throw light upon her early history.
Mr. White, after culling over these large volumes with great labor and con-
ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS,
M. C. 6th Con. Dist., Gev.
M. C., 7th Con. Dist., Georgia.
M. C., 1st Cong. Dist.
U. S. S.
JAMES M. WAYNE,
ALFRED H. COLQUITT,
M. C., 2nd Con. Dist.
M. C., 5th Con. Dist., Georgia.
G E O R GIA:
CONTAINING THE MOST INTERESTING
FACTS, TRADITIONS, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, ANECDOTES, ETC.
RELATING TO ITS HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES, FROM ITS FIRST
SETTLEMENT TO THE PRESENT TIME,
COMPILED FROM ORIGINAL RECORDS AND OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS.
ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY
ONE HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS
PUBLIC BUILDINGS, RELICS OF ANTIQUITY, HISTORIO LOCALITIES, NATURAL SCENERY,
PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED MEN, ETC., ETO
AUTHOR OF THE "STATISTICS OF GEORGIA," HONORARY MEMBER OF THE WISCONSIN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
THE BROOKLYX INSTITUTE, BTC, ETC.
No. 79 JOIN-STREET.