King's Chapel, Boston - To insure the presence of the Church of England in America, King James II ordered an Anglican parish to be built in Boston. The stone building is made of Quincy granite and was opened in 1754. A bell that was forged in England was hung in 1772. It cracked in 1814 and was recast by Paul Revere and rehung in 1816. Revere is quoted as saying it was "the sweetest bell I ever made." It still rings every Sunday morning to summon parishioners to service.