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18 16. the Associations. 79 18035. C. 126 12 3 34 1360 Saturday bef. 3d, Sabbath, 17 Aug: Secona m: h: Pendleton District, S: C: 80/1808|s. C. 40115 230 2553 Saturday bef: 3d: Sabbath, 14 Sept. Big Stevens Creek m: h: S: Carolina. 811784 Geo.

36115 3 81 3332 Friday bef: 2nd Sabbath, 11 October, Beards m: h: Oglethorpe co: Georgia. 82 1794 Geo. 2y|19 99 1838 Saturday bef. 4th Sabbath, 21 Sept: Bethlehem, Washington county, Geo: 83117981Gev.

4424 644 2882 Saturday before 4th Sabbath, 26 Oct: Falling Creek, Elbert county, Geo: 84 1302 Geo. 133 15 6 292 5823 Saturday before 4th Sabbath, 26 Oct: Black Swamp, St: Peters Dist: S: C: B5 1310|Geo. 41 20 6702666 Saturday hef: 1st: Sab: Sept. 31 Aug: Hebron, Jasper county, Georgia. 86|1314Geo. 17 3 5 23 762 Saturday bef: 2nd: Sab: 9 November. Mount Horeb, Pulaski county, Geor: 87 1907 M.T. 26/12 2 80 1048 Saturday bef: 3d: Sabbath, 19 Octob: Clear Creek, Adams co: Miss: Ty: 88 1314 M.T. 20 13 31 25 1300 Saturday bef: 1st Sabbath, 5 October. Liberty m: h: Bedford co: Tennessee. 89,1786 Ten. '14 9.7 29 856 Second Friday, ninth of August Lick Creek, Green county, Tenues: 90 1802 Ten. 2822 15 22 1620 Second Saturday, twelfth October. Millers Cove, Blount count, Tennes: 91 1803 Ten. 32 27 6 22 2123 Saturday bef: 3rd Sabbath, 14 Sept: Piney m: h: Hickman co: Tennessee. 92 1806 Ten. 21 17 2 42 1010 Saturday bef: 2nd Sabbath, 10 Aug. Cave Spring, Robertson co: l'ennes: 93 1808 Ten. 24 12 4 16 1618 Second Saturday, twelfth October, Beans Creek, Franklin co: Tenness: 94 1810 Ten. 3313 1 31/2167 Sat: bef: 2nd Sab: 7 Sept: 10 A: M: East Station Camp, Sumner co: Ten: 95 1814 Ten.

91 399 Fourth Saturday, 28th September, Collins River m: h: Warren co: Ten: 95 1785 Ky. 28 19 4 452791 Second Saturday, 10th of August, Great Crossings, Scott county, Kenty: 97|1785 Kr. 29115 14 1435 Second Friday, the 11th of October, Otter Creek m; b: Hardin co. Ken: 98 1785 Ky. 37 44 30 70 1600 Fourth Saturday, the 24th August, Gilberts Creek, Garrard eo. Kentuck: 99 1793 Ks. 2011 1 13 1239 Fourth Saturday24th of August, Tates Creek, Madison county, Ken: 100 1798 Ky

16112 25 956 First Saturday, 7 Septemb. 11 A: M. Bracken, Mason county, Kentucky. 101 1800 Ky. 18 8 5 10 1190 Fourth Saturday, the 27th of July, Mount Pleasant, Barren county, Ken: 102 1802 Ky. 17 14 7 19 842 Fourth Friday, 27th of September, Forks of Gunpowder, Boone co: Ken: 103 1802 Ky 2211 1 12 1845 Second Saturday, 140, of September. Lulbergrud, Montgomery co. Kentuc: 104 1802 Ky. 17 7 1 20 1120 Third Saturday, 17th of August, Lower Hanging Fork, Lincoln co: K: 105 1803 Ky. 4121 5 63 2838 First Saturday, 7th of September, Buck Creek, Shelby county, Kentue: 105 1304 ky. 2015 8 85 1006 Third Saturday, 21st September, Zion in: h: Adair county, Kentucky. 1071804 Ky. 14 8 21 10 614 Third Saturday, 17th of August, Casey Fork, Cumberland county, K: 108 1895 ks. 1101 8 4

Saturday : 3d Sabbath, 14 Sept: Lawrence Creek, Mason county. K: 1091809 Ky,

200 7 18 982 Second Saturday, 14th September Forks of Silas, Bourbon county, K: 110 1811 Ky. 20 12! 1! 27 851 First Saturday, 7th of September. Sinking m: h: Pulaski county, K: 111 1812 Ky. 23 14 4 25 1205 Sat. bef: 4th Sabbath, 24th August. Lick Fork, Warren co: Kentucky: 212 1813 Ky. 32 15 11 32 1859 Sat: bet: 3d Sabbath, 17th August, Doloson m: h: Christian county, K: 113 1814 Ky.

12 614 9403 First Saturday, the 5th of October, Buffalo Shoal, Floyd co: Kentucky, 114 1814 Ky.

64 10 320 Third Saturday, 21st of September, North Fork, Bracken co: Kentucky. uis 1815 Ky. 8 7 11 799 Third Saturday, 21st of September. Mount Pleasant, Franklin county, K: 116 1815 Kg.

Friday before 4th Sabbath, 27 Sept Concoril m: h: Flat Licli, Knox co: K: 117 1797, Ohio. 289 28 1016 Sut. bef: 2nd Sabbath, 7 September, Pleasant Run, Butler county, Ohio, 118, 1805 Ohio. (10) 7400 Sat: bef: 4th Sabbath, 21 September, Union church, Salt crerk, Ross co. O: 119 1809, Ohio. 15| 9| 36 554 Thurs: 4th Sab: 22 Aug: P: M: Warren, Trumbull county, Ohio. 120 1812 Ohio. 61 3 14 122 Friday bef: 41h Sabbath, 23 August, Brush Creek, Adams county, Ohio. 1211813'Ohio, 16 86 519 Thurs. bef: 4th Sabbath, 22 August, Washington Coshocton couniy, Ohio. 122 1814 Ohio. 1410 4 26 336 Friday bef: 3d Sabbath, 13 Septem: Nettle Creek, Champaign.co: Ohio. 123 1809 In, T.(11 61 3 3 356 Third Saturday, 21st of Septeinber. Maria, Knox county, Ind. Territory 124 1809 In, T.(16.11 3125 798 Friday bef. 2nd Saturday, 9 August. Indian Creek, Butler county, Ind: 1 125 1B11 In. T. 17 9 3 8, 483 Fourth Saturday, 24th of August, Upper B: River, Washingt: co: In: T: 136 U.S.A 10 912 1934 Thurs, bel: ad Sab: 12 Sep: 10 A: M:'Píscataway, Middlesex co. N. Jersey Churches 2541, Ministers 1558, Licentiates 365, Bapiized 4600, all the Members 158508.

8. (A Female Mite Society in Brandon.)

9. The Society for Shaftsbury and vicinity auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions. MASSA. 10. The Boston Female Society for Missionary purposes.

CHC. 11. The Salem Bible Translation and Foreign Mission Society.
SE ITS. 12. The Boston Baptist Society for propagating the Gospel in India and other foreign parts,

13. The India and Foreign Missionary Society of Haverhill and vicinity.
14. The Country Baptist Missionary Society.
15. The United society of Plymouth county and vicinities anx. to the Bap. Board For. Missions.
16. The Society for Worcester county and vicinity aux, to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
17. The Baptist Missionary Society for Norfolk county and vicinity constituted for the promotion

of Missionary objects either Foreign or Domestic. RRODE- 18. The Baptist Missionary Society in Rhode Island. ISLAND. 19. The Evangelical Society of Bristol and Newport countjes alt. to Bap. Board For. Missions. 20. The Bristul Female Mite Society to encourage and aid in diffusing the sacred scriptures and

sending Missionaries among the destitnte both at home and abroad.
CONN. 21. The Connecticut Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
NEW. 22. The Vew York Baptist Society for the support of Foreign Missions.
YOKK, 23. The New-York Baptist Female Society for promoting Foreing Missions.

24. The Ctica Baptist Society to aid in Foreign Missions.
25. The New York Middle District Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions,
26. The Baptist Society in Troy for propagating the gospel in India and other foreign parts.
27. Franklin Association as a Missionary Society
28. The New-York Baptist Foreign and Domestic Mission Society.
29. The Female Cent Society of the First Baptist church and congregation in the city of N. York.
30. The Society of the counties of Saratoga, Washington, Warren, and Montgoinery auxiliary

to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
31. The Female Mite Society of Whitestown to assist in sending the gospel among the heathen,
32. The Otsego Baptist Missionary Society,

32. The Madison Society anxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
34. The New

York Northern District Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreiga Misione
35. The Orange county Society auxiliary to the Baptist board of Foreign Missions
36. (In the Ontario Association a society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions. ]
37, The Henderson United Female Society to aid in Foreign Missions.
38. (The Cayuga New-York Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.]

39. (In the Black river Association a society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Musion. NEW. 40. The Baptist Foreign Missionary Society of New Jersey. JERSEY. 41. The East Jersey Baptist Society for Foreign and Domestic Missions. PENN. 42. The Philadelphia Baptist Society for Foreign Missions. SYLVA. 43. The Sansom street Baptist Female Society for promoting Foreign Evangelical Müşssons, NIA. 44. The Washington Female Mite Society to aid the Foreign Mission.

45. Redstone Association a Missionary Society:

46. The Junior Mission Society of the 2d Baptist church in Philalelphia. DELA. 47. The Delaware Branch Society for Foreign Missions.

MD, 48. The Baltimore Baptist Missionary Society.
D. COL. 49. The Washington Baptist Society for Foreign Missions.
VIRGI. 50. The Richmond Baptist Foreign and Domestic Mission Society.
NIA. 51. The Fredericksburg Female Baptise Society for Foreign Missions.

52. The Richmond Female Baptist Society to aid Foreign and Domestic Missions.
53. The Baptist Mission Society of Frederick county for propagating the gospel in India as

other heathen countries.
54. The Frederieksburg Baptist Foreign and Domestic Mission Society.,

55. The Roanoke Baptist Missionary Society for propagating the gospel among the heathen. Y. CAR, 56. The North Carolina Baptist Society for Foreign Missions. S. CAR. 57. The General Committee for the Charleston Baptist Association Fund

58. The Beaufort District Baptist Society for Foreign Missions.

59. (A Mission Society in Beaufort.]
GEO. 60. The Powelton Baptist Society for Foreign Missions,

61 The Sunbury Baptist Auxiliary Missson Society.
62. (In the bounds of the Ocmulgee Association a society auxiliary to the board.]
63. The Hepzibah Baptist Society for itinerant and missionary efforts; (will, it is though, do

mately assist the general fund. Also, the Great Ogechee church seems to have done

what is equal to the formation of a society auxiliary to the board.)
KEN. 64. The Kentucky Baptist Society for propagating the gospel.
TUC 65. The Green River Country Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions,
KY. 06. The Bardstown Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.

67. The Mountsterling Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
68, The Shelbyville Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.

69. The Washington Kentucky Missionary Society auxiliary to the Baptist Board of For. Misse OHIO. 70. The Cincinnati Baptist Foreign Missionary Society.

71. The Cincinnati Female Baptist Society for Missionary purposes, Those in brackets are such whose exact title has not yet been obtained. The Female Societies in this lise are such whose constitutions embrace, as their object, either

in whole or in part, the foreign missionary de sign. There may be some of this description of which information has not yet been received. In each state they are arranged according to the date of their formation respectively, as far as this circumstance is known; but complete accuracy in this particular is not pretended. In a future publication the arrange ment ean be rectifitd.

(C) STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED SUBSEQUENT TO THE 11th OF

MAY, 1815, AND ONWARD TO THE 19th OF JUNE, 1816. 1815.

D C May 12 By collection at N. Y. association, in the meeting-house of the 1st Baptist church, N.Y. $9 a

19 By letter from W. C. Buck. Cor. Sec. of the Baptist missionary society, Fred. co. Va. 70 00
21 By collection in the Baptist meeting-house, Roxborough, near the city of Philadelphia
24 By Mrs. Smith, treasurer of Sansom st. Bap. Fein. soc. for foreign eran, missions, Phil. 203 0
26 By collection in Sansom st. m. h. Phil. at the setting apart of G. H. Hough, missionary 580

28 By collection in the Baptist petting-bouse, Frankford, near the city of Philadelphia is e Juno 3 By the band of Dr. S. from the Baltimore Baptist missionary society, Baltimore, Md. 151

3 By collection taken up at the ordination of Mr. Ashton, 2d Hopewell, New Jersey 10 $0
4 By Thomas Baldwin Ripley, student in the ministry under Dr. Staughton, Philadelphia
5 By Lavinia, a woman of colour, member of Sansom street Baptist church, Philadelphia
11 By collection in the Baptist meeting-house, Middletown, Middlesex county, Conn. 38 13
13 By J. Wilson, Esq. trea. of so. of Worcester co. &e. aux. to Bap. bd. of for. miss. Mass. 378 36
23 By brother L. Farwell, Cambridge, Middlesex county, Massachusetts, a personal favor
29 By collection at the Saratoga association, Kingsbury. N. Y, dols. 44 39-afterwards 1 28 45 67
1 By His Excellency Governor Galusha, Shatisbury, Bennington county, Vermont 500
2 By collection in the Baptist meeting-house, and given afterwards, at Troy, New York 76 64

30 By collection taken up atter missionary serinon, at Mountpleasant, in Pennsylvania 12 27 August i By collection taken up in a Presbyterian meeting-house, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 41 50

2 By collection in the court-house, Washington, Penn. dols, 40 47-given afterwards, 5 50 45 97 6 By a collection taken up in the court-house, Zanesville, Muskingum county, Ohio 35 67 13 by collection at Elkhorn asso. Ky. dols. 147 75-afterwards 4 80-for miss. report, 9 13 161 67 20 By collection taken up at the South District association, in Mercer county, Kentucky 47 is Amount carried up

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27 By collection at Tates'creek asso. Ky.dols. 36 26-afterwards 5 20-naiss. report, ! 63 43 08

29 by four persons, Mount Olivet. Kentucky, after some remarks relative to missions 1 00 September ? By the Rev. Thomas Ellrod, from Straight creek association, Ohio, mission report 2 28

3 By collection at Bracken association, Washington, Ky. dolls. 91 25-afterwards 37 12 128 37
4 By Mrs. Treekle,
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1--Mr. Furman 50 cts. personal, Washington, K. 2 50
5 By collection in the Baptist meeting-house, at Maysville, Mason county, Kentucky 14 00
10 By col. at Licking asso. Ky. 6 86-afterwards by J. Mason, i-others 2-emiss rep. 749 17 35
11 By Mrs. Blanchard, Lexington, Fayette
county, Ky. 1-Master Horace Blanchard 1

2 00 18 By col. Russell's ck. asso. K. 87 25m by Rev. I. Hodgen, 25-by Rev. J. Chandler 1 25 114 50 2 By collection North Bend association, Campbell connty, Ky. 27 18-inission report, 7 50 34 68

24 By Rev, J. Taylor, 1 5-Rev. Mr. Allen, 0 50-Rev. A. Graves, 3-personal, Ky. October 3 By collection after missionary sermon, Mountsterling, Montgomery county, Kentucky 77 83

By Rev. D. Barrow, Mountster. Ky. 0 0-Eman. asso. 14 06--for mission report, 6 13 18 19 8 By collection at the session of the Burning Spring association, Floyd county, Kentucky 9 82 11 By Mrs. Rose, an elderly widow lady, near Lexington, Fayette county, Kentucky 50 14 By col. Salem ass. 53-M. Pierson, 25-J. Hamilton, 3 50_others 19 50minis, rep. 3 50 104 50 15 By Benj. Edwards, Jr. 1-his father 3-band of Benj. Meason. 50 cents, Nelson co. Ky. 15 By the hand of the Rev. Dr. Blythe, from Mr. Issacher Pawling, Mercer county, Ky. 10 m 16 By col. in court-house, Bardstown, 32-lady 11 miles from do. 25 cts. Nelson County, Ky: 32 26 17 By col. Elizabeth. K.987--Mrs. Crutcher, 5--Miss C. 1-Master C. 25 cts.-others, 2 18 12 22 By col. Nashville, Tenn. 60afterwards of Thomas Yeatman, 3-Robert C. Foster, 5 68 00 33 By Rev. Mr. Blackburn, from a woman of colour, professor of religion, Nashville, Ten. 25 By collection in the court-house, Glasgow, Kentucky, 21 dollar-afterwards, 1 dollar 22 00 28 By collection taken up in the court-bouse, at Columbia, Adair county, Kentucky 3 50 29 By collection taken up in the court-bouse, at Greensburg, Green county, Kentucky 2000

30 By brother Conover, residing near Columbia, in the county of Adair, Kentucky 1 00 November 3 By collection in the court-house, and 1 dollar afterwards, Versailles, Weodford co. Ky. 30 38

6 By col. Lex. 153-by Dr. B. from Mrs. E. J. Parker, 50-Miss S. Hossard 5-others, 12 250 00 12 By col. South Kentucky association, Hardin county, Kentucky 10 50-afterwards, 4 97 15 47 18 By a few persons after lecture at Grassy Lick church, Montgomery county, Kentucky 2 45 20 By collection in the Academy, and given afterwards Winchester, Clarke county, Ky. 03 15 26 By collection in the court-house, Shelbyville, Kentucky, 59 44--Rev. Starke Dapuy, 60 44 27 By collection Harrod's creek, Ky. 10 63-hand of Jonathan Nixon, from the church, 18 28 63 23 By Ror. Mr. Keller, 1 50man and woman of colour, 1-bro. Powel, 1 50-another 25 C. 4 25

22 By col. Louisville, Ky. 38 87-G. Hickes, 2 50-S. Ferguson, 1 50-B. Bridges, 75 ets. 43 62 December 1 By Isaac Gallanil, town of Liverpool , in the county of Knox, Indiana Territory

1 00 3 By Rev. Isaac Mcoy, from Wabash association, Indiana Territory, fur mission report 3 33 6 By Rev. Alexander Devin, near Princeton, Gilsson county, Ind. Ter. for translation

2 00 9 By Rev. Ezra Ferris, Lawrenceburg, Dearborn county, Indiann Territory, personal 3 00 10 By a collection taken up., in Jeffersonville, Harrison county, Indiana Territory 18 Bš the hand of the Rev. Silas M. Noel, per collection in Frankfort, Franklin co. Ký. 50 00 24 By col. Cincinnati, Ohio, 71 25-Rev. J. Kemper, 1--Lady, by a little boy, 2-others, 3 17 25

25 By Female society of Cincinnati for charitable purposes, 20-Mrs. Gano, 5-personal 25 00 116. Jan. 1 By collection in the Rev. Mr. Wilson's meeting-house, Presbyterian. Chillicotke 36 25

2 By John Hellings, 2 50-band of Mrs. Hellings, 25 ets. Master John Hus Curtis, 12 cts.
? By col. Methodist meeting-house, Flemingsburg, Ky. 10--afterwards, Thomas Hale, 3 13 00
9 By the hand of Mr.

Baskett, of Nicholas county, Kentucky, a personal favor 200 February 9 By the hand of Issacher Pawling. Mercer county, Kentucky, two guineas, sold for 10 00

11 By Daniel James, collection at Cumberland river association, 4-mission report, 4

15 By the hand of Philip Lawson, Sulphur Spring church, Cumberland county, Kentucky 1 00 March

6 By the hand of the Rev. West Walker, Knox county, Tennessee, a personal favor
10 By Rer, Mr. Witt, 1--Col. Roldye, 1-D. Murrel, 1--hand of D. Murrell, 6 50, Ten.

18 By J. Howard, 50 els -hand of do. froin J. Calfee, W. Ross. 1-Wythe county. Va. 3 50 April 2 By the hand of the Rev. John Bryce, from a lady in the city of Richmond, Virginia 1 00

17 By the hand of Rev. J. Poindexter, Louisa, Va. --for the mission, 5ma personal favor 10 00
20 By Mason French, Goochland county, Va. 2-Mr. Grubbs, Hanover county, Virginia, 2 4 00
24 By Rev. R. Dabbs, Char. V. 5-Col. Read, 5others. 5-W. Dabbs, 2-1 of do. personnt 17.00
27 By col. at the Flat river association, Buffaloe meeting-house, Mecklenburg county, Va. 20 25
28 By band of B. Lester, Charlotte, co. 7-collection at Meherrin ass. 100--Meck. co. Va, 107 08
29 By hd. of ek. Meherrin asso. 11 5n-hand of Rev. Mr. Shelbum, 5-another 2-other, 1 19 50
I By the Rev. J. Bryce, from Richmond Baptist foreign & domestic miss. society, Va. 289 00
1 By Rev. J. Bryce, from the Richmond Female Baptist missionary soeitey, Richmond 130 00
2 By J. Newby, from the Fredericksburg foreign & domestic missionary society, Va. 50 00
7 By the Rev. Jesse Mercer, from the Georgia Association, Green county, Georgia 21 0
7 By the Rev. William C. Buck, from the Ketocton association, Virginia, mission report 14 38
8 By his excellency Governor Worthington, of Ohio, 6–a lady of Chillicothe, Ohio, 10 16 00
9 By letter from Mrs. Hellings, from the Female Benevolent society of Chillicothe, Ohio 5 00
10 By the hand of Mrs. Ralston, from the Female Bible & Char. society of Lebanon, Ohio 70 00
29 By George Curwen, Lower Merion, in the county of Montgomery, Pennsylvania 5 00
6 By collection at the Warwick association, Bedford, West Chester county, New-York 35 12
9 By collection in the Congregational meeting-house, Stamford, Fairfield county, Conn. 12 36

By sale of Report, including 10 dls. from Rev. W. T. Brantly,& 6 75 from br. Chessman 51 52
By William Lancaster, Spartansburg, Spartansburg District, S. Carolina, in a letter
By James Whitaker, Esq. Buncombe county, N. C. in a letter, for mission report 30
By S. M'Creary, Chester District, South Carolina, from the Bethel association, s. c. 13 0
By the Rev. Wm. P. Biddle, Newbern, No Carolina, from the Neuse association 21 31
By the Rer. Daniel Mason, Craftsbury, Orleans county, Vt. from Danville association 5 40
By the Rev. George D. Sweet, from the Great Ogechee church, Bryan county, Geo. 154 95

Whole amount received from the 11th of May, 1815, to the 19th of June, 1816, Dolls. 4004 13
From which deduct the amount of personal favers, iadicated in the preceding, 27 00
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To Mr. Fry's bill for printing & stiching the Report, and printing a circular, 318 00
To Mr. Duffy's bill for copper plate paper, for the engraving in the report,
To Mr. Gyon's bill for the blotting paper over the engraving in the report,
To freight and other expenses connected with the distribution of the report,
To wrapping, blotting and writing paper, and maps, with quills, ewine, &c.
To postage of the Corresponding Secretary, and of the Agent of the Board, 92 86
To horse hire, horse keeping, horse feed upon the road, horse shoeing, &c. 79 43
To damage by a horse foundering, and being ruined while journeying, 23 63
To stage fare, steam boat fare, toll bridges, toll gates, ferries, &c. &c. &e. 56 05
To repairs of waggon and harness, saddle, saddle bags, and saddle blankets, 70 93
To various other incidental, but unavoidable expenses while travelling, 113 44
To fifty-eight weeks service, viz: from 10th May, 1815, to 19th June, 1816, 464 06–1312 59

Balance in favor of the Board, after meeting all these various expenditures, Dolls. 2665 33
The preceding account audited and approved, June 20, 1816,

THOMAS SHIELDS,

WILLIAM STAUGHTON. That these various expenditures, including the publication of the Report of the Board, and the distribating of the same throughout all the United States the postage of the Corresponding Secretary--and the compensation allowed the Agent, and his expenses for a year and six weeks, meeting, too, all the contingent ne cessities incident to journeying at least five or six thousand miles or more, should still be comprehended a such narrow.ljmits, is imputable very much to the liberal kindness of many individuals; keeping him and his horse, getting his horse shod, and furnishing others for short journeyings. gratuitously, and refusing receive compensation, not only in private families, but frequently in houses of public entertainment. The facts are the more gratifying, and adverted to with the higher satisfaction, not only as lessening the expenses Decessarily incurred in prosecuting the great missionary object, but as indicating the extensively favourable countenance of a generous

public towards this momentous, evangelical, and benevolent cause! In this out nexion it will not be improper to allow indulgence to the emotions of gratitude for personal favours, and so record a tribute of thankfulness, both for the kind donatives mentioned in the foregoing statement, and is many other kindnesses, particularly for several articles of wearing apparel, &c. by dear friends in Phila delphia, in Washington, Pa. in Cincinnati, Ohio, in Lexington and other places in Kentucky, and for a meet plete suit by dear friends in Richmond, Virginia. May the goud Lord reward them with the ample blessings of his grace!

It will be perceived that some of the items in the early part of the foregoing statement of monies received were mentioned in the Report of the Board last year-subsequent, howeverto the date of the Treasuresi accounts and my settlement with him. This is the reason why they are again mentioned. It may be pre per also just to remark, that several collections have been taken up on occasions of my preaching: wha were not put into my hands, but either have been, or will be forwarded to the Treasurer through odhti channels. The Baptist Board of Foreign Missions for the United States in account current with Jea Cauldwell, their Treasurer,

Dr. 1816,

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June 6. To cash per order in favor of George H. Hough
July 29 To cash per order in favor of George H. Hough
Sept. 28. To cash per order in favor of George H. Hough
Nov. 30. To cash per order in favor of George H. Hough
Feb. 20. To United States Stock, 2500, at 6 per cent. 92

To coinmission, 5 75-To postages, 15 54
To United States Stock, 1199 54-6 per cent. 92 1-2

To commission
June 22. To cash per order in favor of Luther Rice

1319 60 4746 balance carried to the credit of new account

1816.

500 00 126 54 1500 00 398 33

-2324 53 2300 00

21 29 1109 57

2 77

6174 16

13445 38

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1815.

Contra

D C May 11. By balance brought to new account

904 13 29. By L. Pierce, from United Society of Plymouth county & vicinities, aux, to the Roard, Mass. 200 tu 31. By D. Adams, from the General Committee for the Charleston Baptist association, s. C. 300 m 31. By J. Loring, from the Boston Baptist society for propagating the gospel in India, &c.

200 09 June 1. By I.. Austin, from the Country Baptist Missionary society, Leyden association, Mass. 23. By Rev. C. Douglass, from the Utica Baptist society to aid foreign missions, New-York

193 03 July 7. By interest of United States Stock, 37 50-Bank dividend, 9 00 By T. Shields, Esq. from the Philadelphia Baptist society for foreign missions, Phila.

623 00 17. By S. Eddy, Esq. from the Baptist Missionary society in Providence, Rhode Island

By New-York Association, per collection in the m, house of the 1st Baptist church, N. Y.
By the Baptist Mission society of Frederick county for propagating the gospel, Va.
By collection in the Baptist meeting house in Roxborough near Philadelphia, Penn.
By the Sansom street Baptist Female society for promoting foreigu evan. missions, Phil.
By col. in Sansom street Baptist m. h. on setting a part br. G. H. Hough to the mission

Amount oarried up,

124 10 59 73

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237 00

10 00

D C Amount brought up,

3146 ES July 17. By collection in Frankford, near Philadelphia

15 CO By his excelleney Governor Galusha, Shaftsbury, Vermont

50 00 28. By T. Gillison, Esq. from the Beaufort Bap. District society for foreign missions, S. Carolina 238 so Aug. 14. By the Franklin Association, New-York

20 00 Sepl 9. By E. Moore, from the Connecticut society auxiliary to the Baptist Board for. missions, Con. 300 00

18. By J. Watts, from the Baptist society in 'froy for propagating the gospel, &c. New-York 43 00 28. By G. H. Hough, Boston, Mass.

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ditto 29. By S. Eddy, Esq. from the Warren Association, Rhode Island

75 82 Oct. 4. By interes! on United States stock

37 50 17. By A. Forbes, Esq. from the Union society in Vt. & N. H. auxiliary to the Bap. Bd. &c, Vt. 400 00

By Samuel R. Green, New York
18. By the Rev. Elisha Cushman, from the Hartford association, Connecticut

83 78 Xov. 6. By J. Conant, Esq. from the Vermont society auxiliary to the Bap. Board for. miss. Vt. 150 0

13. By R. H. Kimball, from the India and foreign missionary society, Haverhill & vicinity, Mas. 113 00 20. By the Res. S. Goolale, from the Ontario Baptist association, New-York 24. By the Rev. John M. Prek, collected in Chenango county, New-York

30. By Mrs. Charlotte H. White, Philadelphia, [gone since to India with Mr. and Mrs. Hough) 200 00 Dec. 23. By the Rev. J. Bryce, from the Richmond Foreign and Domestic mission society, Va. Jan. 2, 1816. By interest on United States stock

37 50 By Bank dividend

10 50 4. By B. Stout, Esq. from the Kentucky Baptist society for propagating the gospel, Kentucky, 508 74 16. By D. Adams, Esq. from the General Committee for the Charleston Baptist association fund 742 80 23. By E. Secomb, Esq. from the Salem Bible Translation and Foreign Mission society, Mass. 200 00 31. By the Kev. E. Barber, Greenwich, Saratoga county, New York

26 70 By the same from a Female Mite society

21 00 Feb. 6. By J. Loring, Esq. froni the Boston Bap. soc. for propagating the guspehin India, &c. Mass. 400 00 Mar. 26. By E. Runyar, Esq. from the East Jersey Bap. suc. for For. and Domestic missions, N. J. 100 00 April 1. By the Rev. Dr. Rogers, from the church in Cohansey, New Jersey

10 00 By the same, from R, Watkins, Esq. Pennsylvania 3. By interest on United States stock

75 00 By Mrs. Walker, from the Fredericksburg Female Baptist society for Foreign Missions, Va. 107 00 4. By W. W. Todd, Esq. from the New York Baptist Foreign and Domestic miss. socity, N. Y. 100 00 15. By Mrs. E. Withington, from the N. Y. Bap. Female society for promoting for, miss. N. Y. 300 00 25. By the Rev. Dr. Suaughton, from the Cincinnati Foreign Missionary Society, Ohio

70 73
By the same, from the Cincinnati Female Baptist society for missionary purposes, Ohio
By the same from the Rev. Mr. Deniston, ditto
By the same, from Dr. Skelton, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

By the same, from the Rev. John Miller, county, Pennsylvania
May 9. By the Rev. E. Comstock, from the Cayuga Foreign Mission society, N.-Y.

By the same from a Female Mhite society, ditto ditto
By the Rex, Solomon Goudale, Bristol, Ontario county, New York

77 00 By Mr.J. Wilson, from the Middle Dis. soc. auxiliary to the Bap. Bd. foreign missions, N. Y. 100 OJ 11. By Mr. E. Adams, from the Orange county soc. auxiliary to the Bap. Bd. offor. miss. N. Y. 63 (0 25. By Mr. S. Payne, from the Madison society auxiliary to the Bap. Bil. foreign missions, N, Y. 125 00

30. By the Rev. Wm. T. Brantly, from an auxiliary mission socicty in Beaufort, South Carolina 100 00 June -1. By Jolin Withington, Esq. from the New-York Baptist society for foreign missions, X, Y, 236 31 By the Rev. Mr. Brou utield, from the Red stone association, Pennsylvania

53 00 17. By the Rev. Mr. Richards, from the Delaware Branch society for foreign missions, Delaware 35 53

By the Rev. 1. Matieson, from the Country Bap. miss. soc. in the La-yden association, Mas. 103 09
By the same, from the society for Shaftsbury and vicinity aux. to the Bap. Bd. for, miss. Vt. 88 00
By the saine, from the Shafisbury Female Mile society, Vermont

17 29 21. By the Sansom street Bap. Female society for pronioling foreign evangelical missions, Phil. 184 25

By Thomas Shields. E:q. from the Philadelphia Baptist society for foreign missions, Phila. 122 00 22. By the Rev. Dr. Staughton, from the Philadelphia Baptist society for foreign missions, Phil. 208 88

By the Rev. Wm. Whxe, from the Junior Mission society in the ad Baptist church, Phila. 80 00
By the band of Luther Rice, from the Baltimore Baptist missionary society, Maryland 151 co
By the same, from the society for Worcester co. and vicinities auxiliary to the Board, Mas. 278 30
By the same, from the Richinond Baptist Foreign and Domestic mission society, Richmond 250 00
Hy the same, from the Richmond Fem. Bar soc. to aid foreign and domestic missions, V:). 130 00
By the same, from the Fredericksburg Bap. Foreign and Domestic mission society, Virginia 50 00
By the same, from the Chillicothe Female Benevolent society, Chillicothe, Ohio,
By the same, from the Female Bible and Charitable society of Lebanon, Ohio
By the same, from the Female society of Cincinnati for charitable purposes, Ohio
By the same, from Elder A. Devin, near Princeton, Indiana Territory, for translations 2 00
By collection in the meeting house of the 1st Baptist church in New York eity
By Elder C. Douglass, from the Utica Baptist society to aid in foreign missious, New York 174 60
Br do froin the Fem. Mite soc. in Whitesboro, 10 assist in sending the gospel to the heathen 40 co
By the same, from the Utica Mite society, New York

25 00
by the same, from the Female Mite society in Paris, New York
By Luther Rice, from various sources

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Dolls. 13445 25 We, the subscribers, being appointed a committee to audit the Treasurer's accounts, do hereby certisy. that we have carelully examined the receipts and expenditures, as stated in the above, and do tind the báo lance in the hands of the Treasuret six thousand one hundred seventy-tour dollars and sixteen cents due to the society:

B. AI.LISON,

IstIS HICHARD
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