The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. VOL. XI. OCTOBER, 1903. No.2. MORAVIAN DIARIES OF TRAVELS THROUGH VIRGINIA. Edited by Rev. WILLIAM J. HINKE and CHARLES E. KEMPER. [Rev. William J. Hinke, the translator of the diaries presented in this issue of the magazine, was born March 24th, 1871. at Dierdorf, Rhineprovince, Germany; attended the gymnasium at Elberfeld from 1880 to 1887, and came to America in November of the latter year. Graduated from Calvin College, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1890 and was instructor in Latin and Greek at that institution 1890-1892. Graduated from Ursinus Theological Seminary, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, in 1894, and spent a year in post-graduate work at Princeton Seminary. He is at present Assistant Pastor of Salem Reformed Church, at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and holds the professorship of Old Testament Language and Literature in Ursinus Seminary. Mr. Hinke has contributed numerous historical articles to the "Reformed Church Messenger" and, "Reformed Church Record," and edited the "Goshenhoppen Church Record, 1731-1761, in the Perkiomen Region," and the "Neshaminy Church Record, 1710-1738," which appeared in the Journal of the Presbyterian Historica1 Society. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the "Minutes and Letters of the Reformed Coetus of Pennsylvania, 1747-1792,"