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December 0, 1735 Edward Telfair born, Towns Head, Scotland
January 9, 1735 Slavery and rum outlawed in the colony of Georgia.
  Slavery in Georgia
January 19, 1735 Alice Riley is hanged for the murder of William Wise. She is the first person to be hanged in the colony of Georgia.
April 6, 1735 Morovians arrive in Georgia. They had been personally invited to join the colony by James Oglethorpe
April 10, 1735 Button Gwinnett born, England
  Button Gwinnett
May 3, 1735 Governor Robert Johnson of South Carolina dies. The British government offers to give the position to Oglethorpe, who refuses it
  James Oglethorpe
June 13, 1735 Oglethorpe and the Trustees discuss Christian Priber's request to embark to Georgia. Since nothing is noted, it was probably approved.
  Christian Priber
October 14, 1735 John and Charles Wesley set sail to Georgia on the 225 ton ship Simmonds
  Charles Wesley
  The Wesleys in Georgia
October 21, 1735 Sailing from Inverness on the Prince of Wales, Scots under the command of Hugh MacKaye head for Georgia
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