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MONIES RECEIVED BY THE AGENT OF THE BOARD SUBSEQUENT TO THE SA

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10 By the hand of Gen. John S. Gano, of Cincin. Ohio, from the Mad River asso. (omit, bef. by mistake) 40 ## 10 By letter, from the Washington Bap. Soc. for Foreign Missions, District of Columbia,

300 June 9 By Deacon Geo. Allen, from the church in Burlington, New Jersey, for preaching, 16 By collection, Salem, N. J. credited to the Baptist Missionary Society of New Jersey,

21 61 16 By a worthy person of the denom. of Friends 2-a man of colour 15 cts.-a woman of col. 6 cts. 16 By Elder Sheppard, from the congregation, for preaching, 12-two other persons 50 ets, each,

16 By sale of the third Annual Report of the Board, at different times and places, July 28 By collection at the Green River Association, Sinking Creek church, Warren county, Ken. 34 04 Aug.

i By col in the court house, Carthage, Smith co. Ten. 1885-by Mr. Nunley from a man of col. 25 ets. 199
2 By Mr. Harris Bradford, Smith co. Ten. 10-by a methodist preacher, to encourage mis. 25 ets,
3 By collection, at the Concord Association, Hickmans er. Smith co. Ten. 25 52—by Mr. Brown 25cts, 25 7
10 By collection, at the White Water Association Cedar Grove, Franklin connty, Indiana,
10 By Elder Ferris, from the church in Lawrenceburg 2-from Mr. Wm. Martin i do

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10 By col. in the Baptist meeting house, Cincinnati, Hamilton county, Ohio,
11 By Gen. John S. Gano, Ciocinnati, for the Education Institution,
12 By Mr. Hewitt, Georgetown, Ky. on being presented with a copy of the Report 1-others 1 50
13 By Mr. Ben. Stout, Lexington, Ky. per sale of Report 5 58—from others 75 cts.
17 By col. at the Stocktons Valley Association, Mill Creek church, Barren county, Ky.
18 By col. at the South District Association Salt River, Mercer co. Ky. (besides one the day before) 10 11
18 By sale of Report, at South District Association 5 87-by M. Smith 2, Kentucky,
20 By the hand of James Mason, esq. Montgomery co. Ky, from Mr. Nolin for third Report of the Board,
21 By capt. Harrison, Mount Sterling, Montgomery co. Ky. 5 personal, 5 for the mission, &e.
23 By col. at the Teass' Valley Association, Storms cr. ch. Ohio 28 89--J. Morris 2, personal

27 By El. Thos. Buck, Rockingham co, Va. on being presented with the Reportl-others elsewhere ! Sept. 6 By collection, at the Shiloh Association, Robertson River, Madison co. Va. 41 46--Report 3

8 By collection, at the Goshen Association, Zion, Orange co. Va. 122 56-by Mrs. Taylor 1
8 By hand of Elder Hiter, from a lady 6 25-another lady 5-another lady 5-Report 6 75
12 By col. at the Baltimore Association, Sideling Hill, Bedford co. Pa. 4 89 sale of Report 1 25
17 By col. at the New Jersey Association, Trenton, N. J. credit the Bap. Mission. Society of N. J.

By the hand of Elder Boswell, Trenton, N J. afterwards, to be added to the same collection,

24 By collection in the Baptist m. h. Woburn, Ms. 7 18--by a lady 9-another 50 cts. Report 25 ct?. 125 Oct.

2 By collection at the Hartford Association, Wethersfield, Hartford county, Connecticut,
8 By collection, at the Philadelphia Association, Southampton, Bucks county, Pennsylvania
13 By collection, and added afterwards, at the Dover Association. King and Queen co, Va.
17 By Wm. Wilson esq. treasurer of the Baltimore Mission Society, Baltimore, Md.
19 By collection in the Baptist meeting house, Wilmington, Newcastle co. Delaware,
26 By collection, Laurel, Sussex county, Delaware, in the methodist meeting house,

27 By collection, at the Salisbury Association, and part of the collection for visiting ministers, Nov. 4 By persons at a meeting at Mr. Red's, 5 87 Caroline co. Va.-Mr Th. Nelson 5, Hanover co. Ca. 1001

4 By Mrs. Price l-Miss Robinson 2-another person 50 cts. Hanover co. Va.
4 By Mrs. Frances Greenhow, 4 50-and Miss Mary Daniel 3, for education-two Reports 50 cts.
9 By collection, at the Raleigh Association, at the Cross Roads meeting house, Wake co. N. C.
11 By Rev. Elisha Battle, Battle Hall, Granville county, North Carolina,
12 By Rev. Wm. Richards 2–Mrs. Richards 1-near Spanish Grove, Mecklenberg co. Va.
17 By col. in a methodist m. h. 6 13 Harrisonburg, Rockingham co, Va.-Rev. D. Baker, presb. 2
19 By Anthony Miller 50 cts. Wm. Warder 50 cts. Luminary, near Finville Mills, Hardy co. Va.
23 By col. in a Presbyterian m. h. Pittsburg, Pa. 46 60-hand of Mr. Belden 50 cts.-Mr. Prentice 3 si 29
24 By collection, in the court house. Washington, Washington county, Pennsylvania,
25 By collection, at an evening meeting in Wheeling, Ohio county, Virginia,
27 By collection, at an evening meeting in the Presbyterian m. h. Zanesville, Ohio,

30 By collection, Chillicothe, Ohio, 23 50-a little boy for the missionaries 25 cts.-another 50 cis. Dec, 1 By persons at an evening meeting 4-Mr. Armstrong 5--Mr Luckey 3-West Union, Ohio

2 By Mr. Wheatley 50 ets--persons at a meeting, Maysville, Ky. 5 50- Washington do. 10
2 By Rev. Robert Wilson, Washington, Mason county, Kentucky, for the Luminary,
6 By persons at an evening meeting, Georgetown, Ky. 6-Col. J. Johnson, Great Crossings 20,
7 By persons at Shawney Run meeting 4 56– Harrodsburg 3 57-Capt. Moore 5, Ky.
8 By persons at an evening meeting, Bardstown, Nelson county, Kentucky,
9 By collection, in the methodist meeting house, Louisville, Jefferson county, Kentucky,
10 By collection, in the methodist meeting house, Shelbyville, Shelby county, Kentucky,
12 By collection, Versailles 13-collection in the Presbyterian m. h, Frankfort 47 43
15 By collection in the Lancasterian school room, Lexington, Farette county, Kentucky,
15 By persons at an evening meeting, Richmond, Madison co. Ky. 13 63-Mr. Joseph Lees 4,
16 By Mrs. Barnett, Madison county, Kentucky, 1-Wm. Wood, esq. for Reports 1
17 By persons at an evening meeting, Campbellsville, Green county, Kentucky,
18 By persons at an evening meeting, Glasgow, Barren county, Kentucky,
21 By collection, of which 2 are for the African mission, Nashville, Davidson co. Ten.

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2736 47 21 By Elder James Whitsert, from the West Tennessee Baptist Auxiliary Mission Society

50 00 22 Ry collection at an evening meeting in Franklin, Williamson county, Tennessee

30 50 23 By Elder M'Connico, for Report 20-colleetion in Murfreesborough, 10 50, Tenessee

30 50 24 By Solomon Beasley, esq. near Marfreesborough, Rutherford eounty, Tennessee

1 00 27 By Mrs. Lewis, near Nashville, Ten, 3 75--sale of Reports of the Board, so cts.

4 25 23 By persons at Cedar Lick meeting, Wilson co. 3 20-Mr Bettis, near Lebanon, 1-others i

5 20 28 By Thomas Edwarls, Lebanon, Wilson eo. 4-Henry H. Howell 1--Mrs. Bartlett 50 cts.

5 50 29 By persons at an evening meeting at Capt. Dale's, Liberty, Smith county, Ten.

2 50 30 By persons at an evening meeting 3 77-Mr. Dawson 3-Report 50 cts. Sparta, Ten.

6 27 1818. fancary? By Elder West Walker, Knox co. Te, on a subscription for the Luminary

9 50 3 By collection in the Methodist m. b. Kuioxville, Te. 7–Rev. Mr. Sherman, 5

12 00 A By persons at a meeting at Col. Roddye's. Jefferson co. Tennessee 4 By Dr. Deaderick, secretary of Molston Association Mission Society, auxil. to the board

193 00 4 By Elder Isaac Barton, near Panther springs, Jefferson co, Te, for Luminary 3 By sale of Reports 75 cts.colleetion 13 06, Jonesboro, Washington co. Te.

13 81 6 By Mr. King, near Blountville, Te. 5-collection in Blountville, 10 14 8 By E. Gillingwaters, esq. from Elders Thomas Colley and Wm. Laswelt, Va. for Report 8 By Mr. Hubbell, after preaching, 1-Mrs. Hubbell, l-another 50 ets.Another 13 Washington co. Va. 2 63 12 By Mr. William Holmes, near Newbern, Montgomery co. Va. 14 By persons after preseling, at the loose of Mr. Absalom Dempsey Fincastle, Bottetourt co. Va. 15 By persons at a preeting at Mr. Jac. Eckhols, Liberty, Bedford co. Va. 8 65-another 1 afterwards 16 By Mr. Eckhols 2-and from Rev. Mr. Leftwich 5-on a subscription for the Luminary

7 00 16 By persons, after preaching, at the house of Mr. John Teass, New London, Campbell co. Va. • 17 By the band of Rev. John S. Lee, Lynehborg, Campbell eo. Va. from a lady 18 By collection in the Presbyterian m. h. Lynelburg, er, to the Mission and Mite Societies thère 127 00 18 Ry collection in the Methodist m. h. Lynchburg, er. as above to the two Societies there

77 00 19 By collection in the Presbyterian m. br. Lexington, Rockbridge co. Va. 19 By Mr. Valentine Mason, Lexington, Rockbridg co. Va, on a subscription for the Luminary 20 By Mrs. Steele, Dear Lexington, Rockbridge co. Va. 21 By collection in the Presbyterian place of worship, Staunton, Augusta co Va. 21 By Mr. J. C Sowers, after, from a poor lady 12 cts.-others 10 dolls.subsc. for the Luminary % 12 12 21 By collection in Harrisonburg, Rockingham co. Va, in the Methodist meeting house

13 60 21 By Mr. John Lineoin 2-on sub. for the Luminary 2-Rev. Thos, Buck on sub. for Luminary 1 505 50 22 By collection, in the Baptist m. h. New Market, Shenandoah co. Va,

13 81 22 By Elder Jacob Harshberger, near New Market, Shenandoah co. Va, sub. for Luminary 22 By collection, Luray, Shenandoch co. 17 50-four persons afterwards 1 22 By Wm. R. Almond, Luray, Shenandoah co. Va. on subscription for the Luminary 23 By persons after preaching at the Baptist m. h. wear Center Mill and Milford, Shenandoah co. Va. 23 By collection, in the Methodist m. li. Front Royal, Frederick co. Va. 23 By Rev.S.O.Hendron, near Millwood, Fred.co.Va.7 50-Rev. Wm.C. Buck, near Strasburg 3 for Lumi. 10 50 24 By Thomas Buck, esq. Front Royal, Frederick co. Va. from the Ketoeton Association

150 31 24 By the same from the Rev. Thornton Stringfellow, Fauquier co. for a parcel of the annual Report 14 50 24 By the same for a parcel of the annual Report 2 63– for the Luminary 5 24 By collection at Zion m. h. Frederiek co. Va. 30--by four persons in Winchester 1 26 By collection in the Lutheran m. li. Winchester, Frederiek co. Va. 26 By colleetion in the Presbyterian m, h. Charleston, Jefferson co. Va. 20 By the Rev. Dr. Walton, Charleston 1-Mr. Robert Lemon 40 ets,

for the Luminary 26 By collection at Harper's ferry 12 35--afterwards by the hand of J. Resor and others 7 50 27 By Rev. Francis Moore l-and J. Resor 11 25 for the Luminary-Jas. Stubblefield, esq. 5 31 By the hand of El.Roberts, Great Valley,Pa.fr.an aged lady,anxious to assist the translation of the Bible 10 00 2 By Messrs. (for the Luminary) Kenard 3 75~Clopton 5-Ranaldson 10-Garnett 8-Shelburn 5 2 Lilly 3-Coffey 1 50-Barrow 10-Battle 4-Purify 4-Wright 3-Norris 10-Calgan 4

Riebards 4-Wood 4-Winn 5--Dossey 3--Elton 5-Campbell 2--Fife 35--Crocker 5 50

Woolford 5-Costin 7-Goss 16 50-Galusha 4-Posey 12-Newton 4-Madison 2 50-Gammell 1-Fox 2 54 00 3 By Chas. K. Mallory, esq. 31 25, of which 11 25 is for the Luminary-subscribers in Philade 1 25 32 50 * By Messrs. Waples 4-Darter 2-for the Latter Day Luminary

By Mr. John Samuel, Ky. 10-A sa Runyon, esq. N. I. 8--for the Latter Day Luminary 7 By Deacon Hiland Hill, Catshill, Sew York, for the Latter Day Luminary 9 By Elder Bostwiek, N. Y. 1-Elder Grinstud, Ky. 5-Mr. Barksdale, Va. 6 25–Luminary

12 25 10 Ry Dr. Wm. H. Deaderick, Cheek's x roads, Hawkins co. Te. for the Luminary 12 By Dr. Christian B. Fleet, of Virginia, for the Latter Day Luminary 14 By Mr. Jeremiah Dale, Zanesville, Muskingum co. Ohio, for the Luminary 1$ By a friend, after preaching, at Lower Dublin meeting liouse, Pennsylvania 16 By M. C. Rogers, Te. 4-land of Dr. Staughton from a person at Marcus Hook 4-for Luminary 18 By Eklee Berry Mon Hicks, N. C. 1 30-Elder Thomas Hill, Md. 4-for Luminary 19 By the hand of Dr. Suanghton from Elder Jesse Mercer, Ga. for 3d annual Report

17 50 22 By Deacon Allen 1 60-collection in the Episcopal m. h. Bristol, Penn. 8 50 25 By a subseriber in Philadelphia for the Luminary 23 By Mr. Carwon 20-subscriber in Philad. 1, for the Luminary-El. J. Mopis, Va, an. Report 10

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D C Amount brought up, 28 By letter from Wm. R. Almond, esq. Luray, Va. to be added to the collection taken there in Jan. 2 By Mr. Curwen, for Luminary 16--Elder Thos. Roberts, per collection, Great Valley, P'a. 22 50 4 By the Rev. John Bryce, Richmond, Va. for the Luminary

40 00 6 By Elder Jehiel Fox, N. Y. annual Report and collection 12–Mr. Logan, Salem, Va. for Lumin. 3 15 10

7 By Mr. Curwen 1 25-Mr. Ashton 4-subscribers in Philad. 3 25 for the Luminary
11 By subscribers in Baltimore, Maryland, for the Luminary
13 By Elder Sedwick, Dumfries, Va. from Miss Catharine Smoot, Chapawamsic church, Md
13 By the Rev. Spencer H. Cone, Alexandria, D. C. for a number of the 3d annual Report
16 By Miss Jane Daniel, Treasurer of the Juvenile Cent Society of Richmond, Virginia
19 By Mr George Greenhow 20- Mr. Wm. Crane, 2, Richmond, Va. for the Secretary fund
23 By a friend 1--Rev. John H. Rice, Richmond, Va. 1 25 for the Luminary
2 By Mrs. Maria 0. Marshall, Richmond, Va. for Secretary fund 20-for Luminary 7 50
3 By Mr. Crane, Richmond, Va. for Report 1 50: Mr.Roper 5 : Dabney 2: Mr. Jones 1 25 : for See.fund 9 75
4 By the hand of Mrs. Frances Greenhow 20 : Mr. Pope 3, for Sec. fund: Mrs. Moreton 1 25 for Lumi. 34 3
13 By collection in Raleigh, N. C. and 1 afterwards by a lady, and 50 cts. by Mr. Shaw
13 By sixteen subscribers for the 'Luminary, Raleigh, N. C.
14 By the Rev. Josiah Crudup and Mr. Davis, for the Luminary
17 By Thos. Brownrigg, esq. 10: Rev. Mr. Farnsworth 10, for the Luminary: ch. 1, Edenton, N. C.
20 By collectiqns in the two Baptist places of public worship in Norfolk, Virgingia,
22 By letters for Luminary, El. Stevens, Woolford 3: Mr. Corns. Payne 35: Wickes & Harsberger 5 436
22 By do. do. El.W.Castin 1: ELJ.Landers 6 25: G. Luckey, esq. 11: El.G.Evens 2: D.Robertson,esq.49 69 3
22 By do. from El. Isaac M'Coy, by Isaac Montgomery 3: W. Latham 3: Lemuel Baldwin 3 : Indiana g mo
22 By do. do. by James Tweedle 2: Samuel Adams 3 50: Thomas Martin 50 cls. for translation
22 By do. do. by Thomas Martin 50 cents, also, for civilizing the Indians
23 By letters from Elder James Bailey, for Luminary
24 By Mrs. Allen, from the Burlington Female Mite Society, for missionary purposes

100 00
24 By the same 3: by Dr. Staughton from Elder Hastings and Mr. Boss, for Luminary 1
25 By letters for Luminary, Elder Th. L Henley 18: Mr. George Hugill 1: Elder David Philips 5
25 By do. do. Mr. Mic. Fairfield 12: J. L Sherwood, esq. 4: El. J. Estep 2: EL G. Waller for Rep. 20 38
26 By collection in Frankford, near Philadelphia
28 By John M'Alister, esq. 10 25, Jonesboro', Tennessee, sor Luminary
29 By the hand of Dr. Staughton, from D. Barrow from the Kehukee Association, N. C.
29 By do. from the same from the North Carolina Baptist Society for Foreign Missions
29 By do. from Thomas Brownrigg, esq. from the Chowan Baptist Mission Society, N. Carolina,
29 By do. from the same from the Baptist Female Mission Society, Edenton, N. C.
29 By do, from Isaac Howell, from the Franklin Association, New York
29 By do. from the same from the Milford Baptist Female Society, New York
29 By do. from Mr. Roger Watkins 6, of which 3 for translation
29 By do. from Mr. Lowry from the Cincinnatti Female Baptist Mission Society, Ohio
29 By do. from Mr. Wm. Goodloe from the Tate's Creek Association, Kentucky
29 By do. from Wm. Lancaster, esq. from the Broad River Association, South Carolina
29 By do. from Elder William P. Biddle from the Neuse Association, North Carolina
29 By do. from Rev. Mr. Maclay from Mrs. Holt, Bermuda
29 By do. by the hand of B. W. Lester from Captain Thomas Peters
22 By do. from Rev. J. A. Ranaldson from the Mississippi Mission Society, La.
29 By do. from Elder John Miller, Abington, Pennsylvania, for Report
30 By Elder John Bryce from the Richmond Baptist Foreign and Domestic Mission Society
30 By the same from the Richmond Female Society to aid Foreign and Domestic Missions
30 By
Rev. Spencer Cone from the Alexandria Female Missionary Cent Society

100 00
Total to the time of the accounts being audited by a committee and approved by the Board
In the foregoing : designated for civilizing the Indians

designated for an African Mission
designated as personal
designated for the translation

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designated for the Secretary fund.

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by sale of the last Annual Report
by subscriptions for the Luminary already paid

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by remittances from societies, collections, donations, &c.

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Overpaid last year 95 : see 3d annual Report, p. 149, personal 7
Paid after Treasurer's account was audited last year, ibid.
Transiuitted 4th of May
To be transmitted in a few days

102 300 3387 67 1653 90--5443 97

30 Expenditures up to this date, connected with the range of business assigned the Agent, including 13

weeks' service at 8 dolls. per week; travelling expenses; distribution of the 3d Annual Report; printing, stitching, and circulating the first number of the Luminary ; subscription papers ; paper for

the second and third numbers of the kuminare and the ath And Bert. Doar

May

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Received since the Committee audited the accounts.

D. C. 1 By the Rev. Mr. Peckworth, from the Phila. Southern District Bap. Soc. for For. & Dom. Mís. 1 By letters from W. Kimsey 4-G. Darter 2-T.S. Winn 5-and by R. Anderson 35 for Luminary, 46 00 2 By Mr. Cushman 10-Mr. Healey 10-Mr. Briggs 10-Mr. Curwen 2 50 for Luminary,

32 50 2 By Mr. Briggs 5-Mr, M'Call 25 cts. for Secretary fund-By Mr. Curwen from Miss Thomson 1 50 6 75 2 By Mrs. Staughton, from the Sansom st. Bap. Female Society for promoting For. Evangel. Mis. 2 By the same from Mrs. Elizabeth C. Walker from a Female Society at Marcus Hook

64 00 2 By Rev. Jos. Mathias, from the For. & Dom. Miss. Soc. of Montgomery, N. Britain, & Hilltown 3 By Mrs. Mary Watts, from the Bap. Female Mite Society of Lower Dublin for For. Missions 4 By Rev. Jos. Mathias 13–by Mr. Deadrick from Valentine Sevier, esq. 11 25 for Luminary 4 By letter from Mr. Mercer, from Mr. Perryman for third Annual Report 5 By Mr. Schucker 1 25: Mr. M'Call 50 ets. for Luminary

1 75 6 By Mr. Curwen 1 25: hand of Miss Staughton from Mrs. Conroe 50 cts for Luminary 7 By letter from James Whitaker, esq. from French Broad Association, North Carolina

29 25 7 By individuals next day 1: Elder S. Morgan, personal 2: Mrs. Brayer, do. 50 ets. for Report 7 25 10 75 9 By letter from Mr. Price 10: by Mr. Hansell, from Mr. Jeffries 8 for Luminary 11 By letter from Eld. D. Barrow from the church at Bracken 10": at Lawrence cr. 3 11 By do. do. per collection at Emancipat. Asso. 8 25 : Mrs. Suddoth 1 : Report 2 75

12 00 11 By do. from Mr. John Resor 20 : by Mr. Samuel Weasey 1 50 for Luminary 16 By Dr. Staughton, from Joseph Forman, treasurer of Washington Ky. Mission Society

Received by Mr. Peck before going, and on his way to the Westward. 5 By Rev. Dr. Staughton, corresponding secretary of the Board

600 00 s By a few persons, after sermon, at Sand Lake, Rensselaer county, New York 8 By collection in the Baptist meeting house, Albany, New York 10 By brother Fish of Ohio 1: by Mrs. Hildreth, a poor but pious widow, 6 ets. Hudson, New York 29 By collection West Stockbridge, Massachusetts

2 00 ? By a few individuals after sermon in East Hillsdale, New York

1 36 6 By collection in the Baptist meeting house, Amenia, N. Y. 6 : by Miss Morgan, Sharon Ct. 1 6 By collection in the Baptist meeting house, New Haven, Ct. 6 43 : by sale of Report 75 cts.

7 18 3 By a friend in Burlington, New Jersey, personal

3 00 4 by collection at the Redstone Association 56 45: for copies of constitution 63 ots.

37 08 4 By collection in the Baptist meeting house in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 7 By collection in the Baptist meeting, Washington, Pennsylvania

17 00 8 By Hugh Wilson, a little boy, 25 cts. : Rhoda Wilson 50 cts.: Mr. Read 1: a stranger 2 9 By collection in Charleston, Brooke county, Virginia 11 By a few persons after sermon, Cadiz, Harrison county, Ohio, 3 36: Report 50 ets.

3 86 22 By collection after missionary sermon in the court house, Zanesville, Ohio

13 10 28 by collection after missionary sermon, Chillicothe, Ohio

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Expenditures of Mr. Peck, connected with his outfit and journey to the Westward.
July 24 To expenses from the 17th of May up to this date, including horse hire, travelling expenses, &c.

24 To expenses of family and several articles of outfit for journeying to the Westward
24 To clotlung 75 83 : Horse 95: Waggon 96 60: Harness 23 83
9 To travelling expenses from Litchfield, Con, to Lexington, Kentucky, with a family,
9 To the transportation of a box with books, linens, &c. to Pittsburg
9 To printing 500 copies of constitutions for Mite Societies
9 To portable Map of the United States 10 price: 1 50 deducted by Mr. Mellish
9 To loss on counterfeit and bad bills

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Balance in favour of the Board 1917,

Received by Mr. Welch before going, and on his way to the Westward. Jane

19 By the hand of the Rev. Dr. Staughton, corresponding secretary of the Board fuy 10 By collection at Orange court house, Virginia

11 By collection at Zion meeting house, Orange county, Virginia
13 By collection Zoar m. h. Orange co. 13 25 : do a presbyterian m. h. Roekbridge co. 12 22
10 By a stranger, who refused to give his name, but said your Master knows me
16 By collection at South District Association, Kentueky
17 By cash by the hand of B. Bell, esq. Danville, Kentucky
24 By collection at the Tates' Creek Association, Kentucky 16 18 : Report 1 25
26 By collection in the Presbyterian meeting house, Lexington, Kentucky

7 By collection at the Bracken Association, Kentucky
11 By collection in Lancaster, Ohio
14 By collection Mays Lick 15: Washington 11 87, Kentucky
15 By cash by the hands of Walker Reed, esq.
18 Bç several persons in the republican m. h. Woodford county, Kentucky
19 By collection in the court house, Versailles, Woodford county, Kentucky
20 By the Rev. John Scott, corresponding secretary of the Franklin Association
25 Bs collection in Richmond, Madison co. 13 50 : Mrs. Barnett 1: Report 75 cts.

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Sept. 27 By Gen. Jos. Lewis, corresponlig secretary of the Salem Association, Kentucky

28 By collectiou at the Salem Association 93 25: hand of brother Benjamin Edwards 5

29 By collection Bardstown 12 19: J. W. Ogan esq. 1: Report 1 Kentucky Oct. 1 By several persoas after preaching at Springfield, Kentucky

6 By collection at David's Fork meeting house, Fayette county, Kentucky
By thc hand of brother Benjamin Stout, colleeted at the Ellhorn Association

Total 1817.

Expenditures of Mr. Welch connected with his outfit and journey to the Westward.
May 18 To clothes, trunks, boxes, horse hire, necessaries for the journey &c. &c.
June 28 To gig and harness 180: a horse 1 20: vavelling expenses to Orange county, Va. 35 75

28 To travelling expenses from Virginia to Kentueky, with alditional elothing
28 To carriage and storage of 2 boxes, containing books, &c. froin Philadelphia to Kentucky
28 To repairing gig, harness &c.: for postage, medicine, &c.
28 To counterfeits bills taken in collections

Total expenditures
Receipts 978 34 : expenditures 621 15: balance in favour of the Board
1817. Expenditures of brethren Peck Welch, from Kentucky to St. Louis, and after arriving there.
Oct. 11 To various articles of necessity for family use 67 41: bad bills $ 77
Nov. 7 To travelling expenses from Lexington, Ky. to Shawnee, I. T. 47 37 : while there 1250

21 To travelling exp. of br. Welch and lady from Shawnee to St. Louis 22 38 : after arriving 15 75 Dec.

1 To passage of br. Peek from Shawnee to St. Louis 25 : other expenses 12 21
3 To transportation of a box and trunk from Pittsburg to St. Louis

20 To freightage on two boxes from Kentucky to St. Louis
1818.
Jan. 9 To borse koeping 15 70: To room for school and meeting 32 13

9 To reapir & room for br. and sister Wcleh, 16 80: expense for clothing 18 32
20 To all other necessary expenses of the two frmilies up to this date

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CONTRA,
1917.
Oct. 11 By balance in the hands of br. Welch, 357 19: do. br. Peck, 204 53

12 By collection in the baptist meeting-house. Providence, Jessamine county, Kentueky
19 By collection in Friendship meeting-house, Clarke county, 8 55: do. Winchester, 17 45
21 By collection after sermon, Frankfort, Kentucky

26 By collection in Elizabethtown, Harden county, Kentucky
1818.
Jan.

10 By Dr. J. Young, 3: report, 75 ets. i subscription for the Luminary, $ 25

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Total, The Baptist Board of Foreign Missions in account with Thomas Enldwin, Lucius Bolles, and Daniel Skety Committee, to w kom was referred the outfit, 6c. of brethren Wherlock and Colman for Burmak. THE BOARD,

Dr. 1817.

D. Kov. 1 To cash paid Bridge and Renough for dolls. 1560 in specie

1 To White for packing the same
4 To cash paid Captain Drew for passage for two missionaries and their wives
13 To ensh paid Mr. Bolles for articles purchased by him for the missionaries
13 To two mattresses, 18 29 : cheese for Rangoon, 5 41: do. for passage, 281
13 To cash paid for 3000 specie, bought at Branch Bank
13 To Osborn for packing the same
13 To the truck-man for the trunks, and porteroge of specie going on board
13 To Lincoln and Edmands' bill for books, as per bill
13 To cash paid for Brown's History of Missions
13 To eash paid Dr. Torrington for medieine, &c. as per bill .
13 To Miss Ditson's bill for making clothes for the missionaries, as per bill
13 To Mr. Sharp's bill for boarding Mr. Colman, anul for one medicul book, as per bil
13 To Mr. Kuhn for plaid eloak for Mr. Wheelock, as per bill
13 To expense of horse and chaise in setthing business for Mr. Colman
13 To amount of articles purehased by Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Sharp for the missionaries
13 To cash paid Mr. Sharp for a trunk

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