george whitefield, the great Methodist preacher, was an earnest supporter of slavery.
America has no nobler possession than the grave of george whitefield.
george whitefield appears to have come nearer than anyone else to the honor of reducing Franklin to a definite religious status.
george whitefield was regarded as the prince of modern eloquence.
The impassioned george whitefield, in the middle of the eighteenth century, preached here to a congregation of twenty thousand.
george whitefield and the Duke have been relegated to the upstairs hall.
george whitefield, a servitor at Pembroke in 1732, also shared his rooms with others.
He cannot, indeed, be reckoned the founder of the Evangelical school; that title belongs rather to george whitefield.
george whitefield preached at the corner of Beekman and Nassau streets.
Thus george whitefield, who visited the colony in 1739, failed to arouse religious fervour.