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found several converted Cherokees who have abandoned the gods of their fathers, and have devoted themselves to the service of Jehovah. Over this little flock Rev. Mr. O'Bryan has been regularly ordained as the pastor, and it is gratifying to learn, that his services as a minister of Christ, are bighly acceptable. For the support of this School, the government of the United States furnishes an annuity of two hundred fifty dollars which has hitherto been appropriated for the benefit of Rev. Mr. O'Bryan; but it appears to your Committee that this amount is very inadequate to the necessities of his family, which consists of seven persons. It is therefore to be hoped that the wants of this Station will receive the prompt attention of the Board.
All which is respectfully submitted.
JOSEPH B. COOK, Chairman.
1824 Dec. 11.
1825. jan. 10. Feb. S.
To Cash paid Rev. J. Going per Dr. Baldwin's Order,
being the a.
previously directed by Dr. Baldwin
E. Carey's Order on Rev. Doctor Baldwin of February 1,
0. B. Brown's Order favour of Lather Rice dated Jan. 31, 1825, for the
tbe current year
for the use of the Valley Towns Station, Feb. 24,
One Counterfeit Dollar.
28. April 25.
2,65 40,00 20
L Carey's Order of April 23, 1825,
and a hall per cent.
out of Education funds,
annual meeting of the Board of Managers
in Misssionary business to several tours in Virginia
Postage to Date
1815, estimated by the Donors sent to J. Carlton to be forwarded by bím to their
place of destination
Rev. E. Carey forwarded him at Sew-York, (July 5, See letter.)
a Bill of Exchange, dated New-York, July 7, at ten days drawn by Rev. E. Carey
on Messrs. Penny and Pearce, Calcutta
Rev. G. D. Boardman and his wife on Bcard Ship Asia Capt. Sheed for Calcutta
Amount brought forward July 22. TO Cash paid O. B. Brown's Order of Feb. 8, at sight, favour of Isaac McCoy
466,05 in part for outfits for Rev. Mr. Boardman from Philadelphia by R. Rab ston, Esq.
68,34 Oct. 15.
0. B. Brown's Order of Oct. 5. w bullows :
100 Beneficiaries of the Board in the Columbian College 254.36 Tinsawattee School
I$1,62 services of the Rev. I. McCoy
330,93 Nov. 2. To Cash paid for outfits for Rev. G. D. Boardman and Lady
O. B. Brown's Orders of Oct. 3, favour of R. P. Andrews as follows:
817,70 for the Tinsawattee Indian School
62,50 for the Carey Station
150 Tomawanda Indian Scbool
100 for fourth quarter of the Corresponding Secretary's Salary
100 for the use of the Valley Towas Station
-I915,20 Bec. 9.
To loss on uncurreat Bills 27.
To Casb paid O. B. Brown's Order Dec. 13 favour of Luther Rice 31.
Calvin Holton, per Receipt 1826. Jan. 11. discount on New-York Money
75 16. two per cent on twenty eight dollars uncurrent Money
$6 Feb. 0.
O. B. Brown's Orders of January 27, favour of Luther Rice as follows:
100 for Oneida Mission School
100 » Salary and expense to Jas. R. Burdick
126,85 » Carey Mission School
14,50 Luther Rice's Order by Order of the Board of Managers
20, SO » Valley Towns Mission School
2543.77 0. B. Brown's Order of January 30, favour of Luther Rice designated to the African Mission
316,16 per cent on ten dollars Poughkeepsie bill
50 Lincoln and Edmands as per Receipt, it having been previously credited by
mistake March 31.
O. B. Brown's Order of March 25, for the payment of two drafts drawn by
for the payment of his expenses to New York to settle the late Treasurer's Accounts
April 18. To Cash paid Rev. L. Bolles, it having been previously advanced by him in out-fit for
Rev. C. Holton, board of Lewis an Indian youth, to J. M. Allen in part for agency
in the State of Maine, travelling expenses, Stationary and Pustage, &c. as per his ac. To Lash Paid Lincoln and Edmands' bill
0. B. Brown's Orders fav. Luther Rive dated April 14, 1826, for the use
100. Oneida School 100.
under the patronage of the Bard
193, 50 1629,68
20. To Cash paid to Postage Date
now Credited to the Rhode island Baptist Convention, it having beca
erroneously entered Oct. 26, 1829. April 21.
Balance to Credit of New Accouat
1824. Dec. 4.
By Cash of Thomas Stokes, Esq. late Treasurer N. York
Union Society, Vermont, and New Hampshire auxiliary to the Baptist
Board of Foreign Missions, from A. Forbes, Esq Treasurer
Mr. Davis Sumner jr. being amount collected in a Missionary Box kept in
Wm. D. Murphy, President of the Baptist Junior F. Mission Soc. N. Y.
Norman Warriner, Agawam, Hampden County, Mass. Treasurer of
Executive Committee of Evangelical Benevolent Societies of Baptist
so Ditto Foreign Missions
3,62 Agawam Female Society
IS 1835. A Bundle of Clothing from Ditto estimated by the Donors at
-38,07 Cash from a female friend in Charlestown for Burman Mission
10 a friend of Missions in Buffalo, NY
Rev Sereno Taylor, it having been collected at the monthly Concert
being the proceeds of a part of a Collection of uncurrent bills received of
of Female Society, belonging to the North Baptist Church, in Randolph,
Ms by H. H. Brown, Esq. Treasurer of Warren Association. 26. of Samuel and Wm Hill for Indian youths by Rev. F. Wayland, Jr.
25 31. being proceeds of Ohio bill sent to Philadelphia to be exchanged
3,50 of Levi Pearce, Esq. Treasurer of the Baptist Foreign and Domestic Mission
Society for Plymouth crunty;
300 Indian Stations in the United States
-475 of Newark, N. J. Female Mission Society, Sally Vanderpool, Treasurer, for the benefit of the Cherokees
30 11. By the following sume received from Rev. Luther Rice, agent of the General Convention : for foreign Missions
133,75 Domestic do.
1089,16 General purposes
228,50 19. By Cash from the Mechanical labouring Society in the vicininy of Boston, being the
**** 1451,41 earnings of the first Tuesday in each quarter of the year
17,02 from Missionary Suc. Sullivan, Maine
S » a Friend in Abington
S » John Collamore, Esq. for Burman Mission.
Miss H. Thompson for the education of a Heathen Child to be samed
IS Mr. Geo. D. Boardman, by Rev. Dr. Bolles for Burman Mission
Executor to the Estate of the late Benjamin Stevens, being part of a
25,00 31. By a Box of Clothing, &c from the Female Benevolent Soc. of N. Yarmouth, Maine, Asenath Corliss, Secretary, estimated by the Du nurs
33,12 April I. By Cash from Nathan Alden, Esq. for Foreign Missions
5 Rev. Geo. D. Boardman, being a part of his collections made in the State 13. of Maine
104,88 a Friend for the Carey Station
$ By cash collected at the monthly union concert for prayer, April 4, at the Baptist Meeting House, in Exeter, N. H. by J. F. Mores for the Carey Station
6,30 By Cash from an unknown female friend du.
- 9,30 Salem Bible Translation and F. Mission Society, by J. Moriarty, Treasurer
300 the N. Y. Female Missionary Society, for foreign Missions
229,50 May 4.
a female friend in the vicinity of Boston for Bur. Mission by Rev. Geo. Evans
I. Conant, Esq. Treasurer of the Vt. Baptist Board of for. Miss. auxiliary
a Donation from Widow Rosanna Mason, of Providence, R. I by Nathia
3473,00 May 16. By Cash, a donation from the Female Union Miss. Society of Perth Amboy, N. J. for the use of the Burman Miss by Miss G. A. Brinley, Secretary
26 from Uriah Gregory collected at the monthly concert of Prayer at Weston for the Burman Mission
the For. Mission Association in the Bap. Soc. Cambridge, by Deacon
Isaac Briggs, jr. of Pelham, Mass. for the Carey Station
- 31,50 the Baptist Benevolent Soc. industry, Maine, by Rev. D. Chipman
21,33 Rev. D. Chipman,collected at the monthly concert in Sidney, Maine 11,15
32,42 „ a friend in Ohio by Rev. C. G. Sommers of New York
to the Gospel by Rev. ti. Grew, Hartford, Con. through the
-177 from Female Soc. Sutton, N. H. for Burman Mission, by Rev. C. 0. Kimball,
1 Female Society, in Salisbury, N. H.
3 a friend to Missions in Methuen, N. 11.
16,3% 31. Mrs. Fuller of Cambridge
1,50 June 10. Rev. I. Lothrop, Treasurer of Utica Foreign Mission Society
Nancy llsby, Treas. of the Portland Bur. female Education Society to
57,77 15. from a female friend at Sharon, by Rev. D. Sharp
5 a sick man, by Rev. D. Sharp Female Mite Society, Wills, Maine, by Mrs. Betsey Barron, Secretary
the Male Bap. Primary Soc., of Bloomfield, Maine, from E. W. Freeman,
13.75 the Female Baptist Primary Soc. of Bloomfield, Maine, Lydia Emery, Sec.
12,37 the following sums received from Rev. Luther Rice, Agent of the Gen. Convent. For foreign Missions
670,53 General Purposes
-1365,95 Rec. for E. Thresher's Order of May 10, fav. L. Rice on A. P. Cleaveland, Esq. John Pratt
» Wm. Inglesby, Esq. Charleston, S c. for Foreign Missions 20. By a bill of Exchange, dated N. Y. July 7, at ten days sight on Penny and Pearce, Calcutta,
drawn by Rev. E. Carey for
By Cash from sundry Individuals in the Meredith Association by Rev. S. Pisbury 27.
the auxiliary Society, of Saratoga, Wasbington Co. N. York
» Whately Bap. Female Mis. Society by Electa Smith, Cor. Secretary August 16.
Jas. Wilson, Esq. of Worcester, for Burman Mission by Dea. J. Loring 23.
Young Ladies in the Bradford Academy for the Indian Society, received by
Miss Sarah Kimba 11, through Mrs. Baldwin 26.
Baptist Church, Troy, New York, for the Burman Mission
a Female friend in Weston, for Borman Mission, by Uriah Gregory
riner, Esq by the hand ofike Rev Thomas Barrett, as follows:
Russel Female Charitable Society, for Burman Mission
for Education of Heathen Females
2,88 1,12 6,71 1
1835. Sept. 17.
Amount brought forward
By Cash from the female primary Society in Wiscasset, Maine, by Rev. A. Briggs,
Treasurer of the Baptist Convention, of the State of Maine,
.-161941 3,62 S I
the Norton Female Mite Society, by Mr. E Lincoln
Society, per Rev. Mr. Barrett, by Mr. E. Lincoln
first Baptist Church and Society, in Charlestown
Copies of Rev. Dr Chaplin's Missionary Sermon at the Ordination
of Rev. Mr. Boardman for Burman Mission
Lord's day school children
Children in Miss Wyman's School »
Female cent Society 16,10. Miss. Box 2,31 by Mrs. Everet
having been rec by him at the annual Meeting in Methuen
a fernale Friend, Milton, for Burman Mission by Dea. J. Loring
» Female Missionary Society, Newport
sion and the Indian Mission in our own Country
the Female Soc. in Petersborough, N. H. by Mrs. Sarah Thayer, Treas.
for Foreign Missions
By Cash received for Order on A. P. Cleaveland
1 3 friends for Rev. I. McCoy, at Ca. Sta. by Rev. Z, L. Leonard of Sturb. s a friend, by Rev. Mr Putnam
SO the Franklin Asso for the For Mission, by the hand of E. Lincoln
50 the Salem Translation & For. Miss. Soc. by the hand of Rev. Dr. Bolles
by him at sundry times by collections, subscriptions, &c. in aid of Bur. Miss.
General Purposes $4,39
By Cash from H. Prince, Esq. Treasurer of the Baptist Convent. of the State of Maine
from the Lincoln Bap. Aux. Society in aid of Foreign Missions