Charles Henry Wharton

Charles Henry Wharton (June 5, 1748 – July 22, 1833), who grew up Catholic and became a Catholic priest, converted to Protestantism and became one of the leading Episcopal clergyman of the early United States, as well as briefly serving as president of Columbia University. Provided by Wikipedia

by Wharton, Charles Henry
Published 1781
London, printed: Providence (Rhode Island) re-printed and sold by Bennett Wheeler, at his office on the west side of the Great Bridge

by Wharton, Charles Henry
Published 1780
Annapolis printed 1779: London reprinted for C. Dilly, in the Poultry; J. Almon, Piccadilly; W. Tesseyman, York; T. and J. Merrill, Cambridge; R. Cruttwell, Bath; and T. Becket, Bristol