This and the two following were added in 1842.
'The Pilgrim Fathers.'
American episcopacy, in union with the church in England,
strictly belongs to the general subject; and I here make my
acknowledgments to my American friends Bishop Doane, and Mr. Henry
Reed of Philadelphia, for having suggested to me the propriety of
adverting to it, and pointed out the virtues and intellectual
qualities of Bishop White, which so eminently fitted him for the
great work he undertook. Bishop White was consecrated at Lambeth,
Feb. 4, 1787, by Archbishop Moore; and before his long life was
closed, twenty-six bishops had been consecrated in America by
himself. For his character and opinions, see his own numerous
works, and a "Sermon in commemoration of him, by George Washington
Doane, Bishop of New Jersey."