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The General Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States, for Foreign Missions, &c. in account current with Heman Lincoln, Treasurer.
Dr. 1827. April 25. To balance from last account,
476.95 50. To cash paid Rev. N. Kendrick's order on account of the Indian lads at Hamilton, N. Y.
87,50 May 1. To cash paid 2 per ct. premium on $25 Ontario bands notes,
To cash paid Rev. Jesse Mercer's draft of March 7, on account of the Tinsawatta school, 25,
22.50 5. To 5000 dollars remitted to Wm. H. Pearce, Calcutta, per brig Smyrna, for Burman miss. 5000, To one and a half per ct. on the above, for Spanish dollars,
-5075, To cash paid Ira M. Allen, per bill,
118,33 15., paid insurance on specie seni to Calcutta, 85000, at one and a half per et. 75,
-76, Less for cash, 18 months interest,
6916 17. To cash, being a $5 counterfeit bill, June 5. paid Ira M. Allen, as per account,
40,33 6. To cash paid protest of note at Washington, D.C.
paid premium for changing uncurrent money, July 4.
paid Rev. John Peck, being quarterly grant from the United States Government for the
Oneida School, due 1st instant, 6. To cash forwarded Rev. Ely Stone, Wheatland, N. Y. for the Tonawanda school,
45.75 16. To cash paid excbange one and a half per cl. on $25 uncurrent money, 19. To cash paid Isaac M'Coy, draft of May 29, for the Carey Station, 26. To cash paid the order of Rev. N. Kendrick, in aid of the education of seven Indian youths, for the quarter due the 1st instant,
$7,50 July 31. to cash paid 6 per ct. discount on $100 North Carolina money,
6, To cash paid one and a half per ct. discount on $20 Ulica money, To cash paid Rer. Wm. Yates, per his receipt, it being in part of his expenses incurred in making collections in New York, Connecticut, Vermont, and New Hampshire,
21, Aug. 1. To cash paid Rev.Wm. Yates for Bill of Exchange on Calcutta,
501 8. To cash paid L. Compere, draft of July 2d, to J. Falconer, Sept. 3. To cash paid Rev. Isaac M'Coy for his draft of June 15,
105, To cash pard Rev. Isaac M'Cuy, draft of June 7,
50, 5. To cash paid exchange on uncurrent money,
„ paid Rev. Jesse Mercer's order for Tinsawatta school, in the Cherokee nation, 18. paid one quarter's salary to the Cor. Secretary, due July 1,
125. To cash paid bill for travelling expences incurred by Rev. Dr. Bolles, and Rev. W. Yates, SSA 22. Tocash paid for the Christian Watchman one year for the Carey Station, Oct. 17. To cash forwarded Rev. Ely Stone, Wheatland, N. Y. for the Todawanda school,
45,75 19. To cash, being bad bill, To exchange, i per ct. on $15,
1.15 Nov. 3. To cash paid Rev. Evan Jones' draft of August 21, (Valley Towns) 5. To cash paid Rev. J. Mercer's draft of Oct. 16, for Tinsawalla school,
75, 16. To cash paid 2 per ct. premium on 837 uncurrent money, 28. To cash paid Rev. 1, M'Cuy's draft of Oct. 12, $300, and $700, for the Miamies,
1000, Dec. 4. To cash forwarded Rev. John Peck for Oneida School,
5. To cash paid Corresponding Secretary 6 months salary,
100, for the Christian Waichman for two years for Valley Towns Station, 12.
» paid Rev. Jesse Mercer's draft of Nov. 20, for the Tinsawatta school, 13.
paid agency, 14. » paid exchange, 2 per ct. on $10, 25. paid do. 1 per ct. on $20, > paid Lee Compere's draft dated Nov. 26, for Withington Station,
300, 1828. Jan. 2. To cash paid Rev.G. F. Davis, in part for bis expenses as Agent to visit Aur. Soc. in Maiae, 25, 3 To cash paid 2 per ct. premiun on 820 uncurrent money,
» paid Rev. N. Kendrick's drast, dated Oct. 11, on account of Indian young men at Hamilton, N. Y. 87,51 5. forwarded Rev. Ely Stone, for the Tonawanda School,
nishing books for the Treastrer, printing last annual Report of Managers, Mr. M'Coy's
409,11 28. » paid S. B. Burchard, Jr., draft dated 1st. inst. for Indian youths at Hamilton, N. Y.
87,50 31. » paid Evan Jones' draft dated 14th inst. for Valley Towns,
560,50 Feb. 15. fo cash paid Executive Committee Bap. Ed. Soc. N. V. for seven Indian lads at Hamilton Institution, for the quarter which will be due Aprili,
87,50 To cash paid in aid of the African Mission, remitted to Rev. Lot Cary,
Feb. 21. To cash paid one and a half per ct. premium on twenty dollars uncurrent money, ,30 „ paid 4 per ct. premium on hundred and thirty dollars uncurrent money,
5,50 23. n paid Rev.John Peck's order for the Oneida Indian station, for quarter due Jan. 1,
50, Mar. 12. to cash paid Lee Compere, draft dated Feb. 4,
300, Apr. 7. » pard 10 per ct. premium on twenty-five dollars uncurrent money,
2,50 To cash paid one and a ball per cl. premium on fifty dollars uncurrent money,
3.25 ✓ paid Corresponding Secretary one quarter's salary, due 1st. iustant,
125, * paid Cor. Sec. for postage, stationary, blank books, incidental expenses, as per bill for one year, 75,62 10. > paid Haven & Forbes' bill for sundries sent to the Withington Station,
49,16 paid Rev. Daniel Bartlett, for services as agent in the State of Maine,
53,16 12. forwarded Rev. Ely Stone, being quarterly payment due 1st inst. for Tonawanda school, 43,75 13. paid Rev. G. F. Davis balance due him for expenses incurred in visiting Aux. Soc. in Maine, 12, >> paid Rev. Evan Jones' draft of July 26, 1827, Valley Towns Station,
70, paid Rev. Evan Jones' draft of March 19,
190,25 22. paid postage from April 20, 1827, to date,
19,50 25. paid Lee Compere, draft of March 6, for Withington Station,
500, To balance carried to new account,
Cr. 1827. May 1. By cash from Rev. Baron Stow, as per endorsement on his note,
13,43 By amount received in settlement with Mr. Stow on Star account,
11,57 April 25. By amount received from April 25, to May 17, 1827, as published in Magazine No. 126, viz. By cash, being amount of collection after the Anniversary Sermon, by Rev. Mr. Yates, at Mr. Sharp's meeting-house,
55,37 Salem Bible Translation and For. Miss. Soc. received per J. Moriarty, Treas. to be appropriated as follows:-For Miss. purposes, 93,-Burman Schools, 57,
150,00 Hezekiah Prince, Esq. Treas of the Lincoln Bap. Aux. Soc. in aid of Foreign Missions, 252.18 Isabella Prince, Treas. of the Lincolo Fem. Cent Soc. in aid of For. Miss. per Mr. N. R. Cobb, 37,99 Whitesboro' Female School Society, for Mrs. Wade's School, per Hl. B. Rounds, Esq. 27, Oliver-Street, N. Y. Baptist Foreign Mission Society, per Rev. S. H. Cone,
800, Madison Baptist Missionary Society, by Rev. Dr. Kendrick, per Rev. S. H. Cone,
From the Eaton Fem. Wade Soc. 13 dollars. 50 cents.)
175, As above, for the same purpose, being for one quarter, due April 1st,
87,50 for quarter due April 1st, in aid of Indian schools at the Carey station, on the river St. Joseph's,
75, for Withington Station, Creek Nation,
56,25 for Oneidas,
50, Valley Towns,
-575,00 Abel Parker, Esq. Jaffrey, N. H. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
15, Boston Bap. Fem. Soc. for promoting the conversion of the Jews, for the Carey and Thomas mission stations, by Miss L. Clonstan, Treas.
120, Middlesex and Norfolk Aux. Miss. Soc. for For. Miss. by Dea. James Fosdick, Treas. 500, Ira M. Allen, being balance due as per his account,
44,69 A young friend at the Vineyard, per Mr. E. Lincoln,
3,65 A friend to Missions, per hand of Mr. Henry Grew, of Hartford, for the support of an Indian child by the name of Elizabeth Grew, at the Valley Towns station,
30, Rev. Dr. Staughton, it having been collected by bim in a tour to South Carolina,
200, Baptist State Convention of Connecticut, per Dea. J. B. Gilbert, Treas. for Burman mission, 200, Calvin Blanchard, Treas. of the Middlesex Bap. Miss. Soc. per Mr. E. Lincolu,
11, Bap. Miss. Soc. Mexico, N. Y. for for. Miss.
3,75 Newport For. Bible Soc. to aid in translating the Scriptures into the Burman language, per A.
B. Rounds, Esq.
10, A friend to Missions, by Rev. D. Sharp,
-3287,39 June 5. By amount received from June 5, to June 18, 1827, as published in Magazine, No. 127, viz. By cash from Rev. Dr. Staughton, it having been collected by him in a tour to S. Carolina and Ga. 20, Francis P. Browning, Esq. of Detroit, per Rev. S. H. Cone,
15, Balance from Young Men's Society, China, Me.
2,16 A friend in Rutland, Vt.
per Rev. Mr. Proctor,
- S, Female Auxiliary Society in Fairfield, Vt.
5,79 Male Missionary Society, Franklin, Vt.
per Rev. Mr. Spaulding,
8,79 A friend at the Vineyard,
1,75 The Calvinistic Congregational Church, Marlboro' N. 11.
Sunbury, Ga. Fem. Cent Soc. for Missionary purposes, per Rev. H. J. Ripley,
60, Nathan Alden, Esq.
5, Friends to Foreign Missions in Hyannis, by F. Marchant, Esq. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
16,87 A legacy from Mrs. Peninah Baxter, late of Pomfret, Ct. per Rev.J. Going, of Worcester, 300, From Mr. Wm. Dabney, Treas. of the Virginia Bap. Miss. Soc. per J. Bachiller, Esq. 200, The Spring Hill, Virginia Fem. Miss. Soc. Aux. to the Gen. Con. ten for For. Miss. five for
printing the Scriptures, The Norfolk, Va. Miss. Soc. received per Mr. E. Lincoln,
15, Treas. of the Worcester Co. Miss. and Ed. Soc. for translation of Scriptures, per Mr. E.Lincoln, 17, Rev. Abial Fisher, jr. for the translation of the Scriptures, per Mr. E. Lincoln,
4,75 General Association of Georgia, per Rev. Adiel Sherwood, Eatonton, Ga.
200, Of Mr. Robert Scott, Amesbury, per Rev. D. Sharp, for Burman mission,
896,91 July 16. By cash from the United States Government, being a quarterly payment in aid of the education of seven Indian youths at Hamilton, N. Y.
87,50 By cash being quarterly payment due 1st inst. for Carey station,
75, As above, for Withington Station,
50, Valley Towns,
43,75 being two quarters due 1st instant, for the Miamies, as per treaty,
1000, By amount received from June 25, to July 19, 1827, as published in Magazine No. 128, viz. Received from the “Shaftsbury Bap. Ass.” hy S. A. Curtis, Esq. Treas. per Mr. C. J. Cauldwell, 150,69 The York Bap. Aux. Soc. for For. Miss. it having been contributed as follows, viz. Primary Society Berwick and York,
8,38 Cornish Female Benevolent Society,
5, Contribution at the York Association,
For Burman mission,
2, Received from the Fem. Industrious Soc. of Rev. D. Sharp's congregation, to assist in the education
of two Indian girls at the Carey station, by the names of Ann Sharp and Sophia 0. Lincoln, 40, John O'Brien, Esq. Brunswick, Me. for the benefit of Indian stations in the United States, 10, Children of the Sabbath school of Rev.Mr. Sharp's congregation, for the Carey station, to assist in
the education of Indian children, From a female friend in Stoughton, Mass.per Rev. 0. Tracy, for Burman mission,
2, Roxbury Fem. Industrious Soc. for Carey station,
17, Baptist Church in Roxbury for Carey station,
7,85 per Rev. W. Leverett,
24,85 H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of the Utica Bap. For. Miss. Soc. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
25, Rev. David Benedict, Treas, of the Rhode Island Baptist State Convention,
300, The Mulberry-street Bap. Miss. Soc. New York, it having been contributed as follows, viz. From the Mulberry-street Fem. Miss. Soc.
50, From Senior and Junior Male Societies, :
50, per Thomas Stokes, Esq.
100, The Beriah Bap.Ch. and congregation, New York, per Rev. Aaron Perkins,
By amount received from July 25, to Sept. 22, 1827, as published in Magazine No. 130, viz.
11,38 Collection in the first Congregational ch. in New Haven, after sermon by Rev. W. Yates, 75,36 Received from Mrs. Terry,
1, From a female friend at Mrs. Terry's, From Mrs. P. Olcott,
41,12 From a little child,
,06 Collection at Rev. Mr. Wightman's meeting-house, New London, Ct.
15, Collection at Stonington, at the Groton Voion Conference,
22,64 South Bap. Ch. New York, under the pastoral care of Rev. C.G. Somurers,
100, Miss Charlotte B. Pierson, New York,
1, Miss Elizabeth S. Pierson, do.
,75 Joseph B. Gilbert, Esg. Treas. of the Bap. Convention of the State of Connecticut, 260,
per Rev. Dr. Bolles,
28,30 Rev. Wm. Yates, it huring heen collected by him as follows, viz.
Church and congregation at Eaton village, N. Y.
J. Olmstead, Esq. Hamilton, N. Y.
17,54 Do. in Manchester, Vt.
4,90 Do. in Poultney, Vt.
12, Do. in Wallingsford, Vt.
15,13 Do. in Mount Holly, VL.
- 406,88 Donation of a few individuals who are members of the Baptist Church in Sturbridge, Mass. per Rev.Z. L. Leonard,
12, For education of heathen children, received by H. Hill, Esq. Treas. of A. B. F. M. as follows, viz.
From Moses Fisk, Sturbridge,
1, From A. Witham, Esq. Trers. of the Hancock For. Miss. Soc. Aux. &c. it having been contributed by the Primary Soc. Deer Isle, Me.
8, From the Saratoga Association, Dea. J. A. Waterbury, Treas. by Rev. E. Nelson,
72,50 Lowell For. Fem Miss. Soc. hy the hand of Rev. J. Cookson, for Burman mission,
S6, Received of Messrs. James Elliot, Gurdon Robinson, and John Paine, Executors of the Will of
Peninah Baxter, late of Pomfret, Ct. by the hands of Rev. J. Going of Worcester, designated for the mission stations under the superintendance of Rev.I. M'Coy,
139, Cumberland Bap. Miss. Soc. Nova Scotia, for Bur. miss. by Mr. Tupper, per Mr. E. Lincoln, 18, H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of the Ulica For. Miss. Soc. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
25, Hon. Charles Marsh, per Hon. A. Forbes, for Burman mission,
1, Hampton Lovegrove, Esq. Fairfax, Vt. for Carey station,
1, Mr. Carlo H. Snow, Treas. of the Worcester County Bap. Char. Soc. per Rev. Mr. Crosby, 100, The Ed. and Miss. Soc. connected with the Sturbridge Association, Rev. Z. L. Leonard, Treas. per Rev. Mr. Croshy,
23,10 Walpole and Sharon Fem. Bur. Soc. by Miss II. Smith, Treas. for the education of Bur. females, 5,25 First Bip. Ch. Romulus, N. Y. for Burman mission,
1,50 Mr. Joshua Tucker,
5, Mrs. Joshua Tucker, (deceased,) Aboriginal Soc. Lowell, Mass. (P. Kimball, Sec.-D. Kimball, Treas.) N. Warriper, Esq. Treas. of the Bap. Evangelical Ben. Soc. in the westerly part of Massachusetts, by Rev. Thomas Barrett, designated to be appropriated as follows, viz. For education of heathed female children,
1, General Convention,
15,59 Burman mission,
8,91 Foreign missions,
,78 Carey Station,
-1731,88 By amount received from Sept. 24, to Oct. 22, 1827, as published in Magazine, No. 131, viz.
By cash from Mrs. George Homer,
-33,95 H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of Utica For. Miss. Soc. per Mr. E. Lincoln
25, First Fem. Primary Soc. in Sedgwick, Me.
20,64 Mr. Wm. Fly, do. for each of his children, three in number, ten cents,
,30 Mrs. R. Pinkham, being profits on sale of tracts, For Carey station, per S. Allen, Treas. Ruth R. Allen, Sec.
-24,94 Primary.Soc. to aid the Burman mission, belonging to the First Bap. Ch. and Soc. in Boston, by Miss T. Rogers, Treas.
130,39 Oct. 15. By cash from the United States Government, being a quarterly payment in aid of the education of seven Indian youths at Hamilton, N.Y.
87,50 As above, being quarterly payment due 1st inst. for Carey station,
75, for Withington station,
50, Valley towns, :
* In addition to the above, two dollars were received for the Columbia College, which sum has been forsari's e to the Treasurer of that Institution.
Oct. 15. From the U.S. Government for Tinsawatta,
20, Donation from Miss Freelove Lyon,
5, per Levi Farwell, Esq.
25, From the children of Miss Nancy Richardson's school in Cambridgeport, for Carey station, per Levi Farwell, Esq:
1,25 From a female friend for the Carey station,
1, Francis P. Browning, Esq. of Detroit, per Rev. S. H. Cone,
35, From Levi Farwell, Esq. Treas. of the Boston Baptist Association, it having been received
by him at the late annual meeting in Charlestown, and was contributed as follows, viz. From the Bap. Miss Soc. in Chelmsford, for Burman mission,
25,13 Juvenile Cent Soc. West Cambridge,
3,20 Benj. Einerson, 2d, Haverhill, Burman mission,
2 Charles J. Hildreth, by do. for do. A friend,
do. Two little girls, part of it a reward in a Sabbath school, for the edu. of Indian children, 50 Monthly Concert, Chelmsford,
41,73 The Female Benevolent Society, Cambridgeport
45,77 Mission box, Littleton,
12,87 Male Primary Soviety, Woburn,
18,25 Mission box, Woburn,
1,50 Deacon David Burns, Nottingham West,
153,75 The Female Union Mission Society of Perth Amboy, N. J. per Rev. Daniel Sharp,
25, The Female Missionary Society, Scotch Plains, N. J. for the education of Burmese female children, per Mrs. Mary K. Brown, Treas.
14, The French Creek Association, Penn.
7, Chatauque Association, New York, per Rev. E. Tucker, Fredonia, N. Y.
15,25 Thomas Hopkins, Esq. for Burman mission, it having been collected after a discourse delivered
before Bap Soc. in Northeast, by Rev. J. Winter on the much lamented death of Mrs. Judson, 2,12 By cash from C. Richards, Sec. of Fem. Bap. Miss. Soc. of Winthrop, Me. for Carey station,
$16,37 By amount received from Nov. 26, to Dec, 22, 1827, as published in Magazine, No. 133, viz. By cash, being the annual subscription of Sabbath school, No. 13, city of New-Yok, for the support of their Indian girl by the name of Deborah Cauldwell, from Mrs J. C. Roberts, Sec. per
11,89 From Sally Vanderpool, Treas. of the Newark Fem. Bap. Mess. Soc. N. J. for Bur. mission, 25, Fem. Bap. Viss. Soc. in Dedham, by Mrs. Betsey Baker, Sec. for Indian Mission,
13, H. L. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of the Utica Foreign Mission Society, by Mr. E. Lincoln,
25, Mrs. Louis Clouston, Treas. of the Charles-street Female Bap. Miss. Soc. Boston,
65, From the Wendall Association, for the Burman mission, by Rev. Mr. Goddard,
19, John Lovering, Esq. Treas. of the Exeter Pri. Soc. for For. miss. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
50,55 From Benjamin Veazy, Treas. of the Brentwood Society, per
5,65 Levi Pierce, Esq. Treas. of the Bap. Soc. for For. and Dom. missions, for County of Plymouth, to
be appropriated as follows, viz.–For translations, 845— For Foreign missions, $100—For Indian stations in the United States, $100 - African mission, 855,
300, From the Fredericksburg Fem. For. Miss. Soc. per Mr. N.R. Cobb,
2,50 Miss. Soc.connected with the Leyden Association, by Dea. D. Purrington, per Mr. H. Thompson, 25, J. Moriarty, Esq. Treas. of the Salem Bible Translation and Foreign Mission Society,
-2009 By amount received from Dec. 24, to 1827, Feb. 23, 1828, as published in Magazine, No. 135, viz. By cash from the Black River Miss. Soc. Auxiliary to the N. Y. State Convention for Bur. mission, per Rev. Asa Averill,
20, H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. Utica For. Miss. Soc. per Mr. E. Lincoln,
25, Dea. Elias Emery, Roxbury, N. H. for Burman miss. per Levi Farwell, Esq.
5, Proceeds of a box kept by Miss E. Cornelius in her school, for Carey station,
3, Donation from D. Cawood, Burman mission, Rev. S. Cornelius, do.
1,75 Samuel Bullin,
per Rev. S. Cornelius,
-17,50 A number of Females in Ontario Association, for Burman miss. per Mr. E. Lincoln, The Executors to the last will of Hon. Constance Iaber, of Newport, H. I. being the amount
of dividends which have become due on stock since his decease, now transferred to the Board of For. Miss. per L. Farwell, Esq.
108, Miss Mary Steel, of Philipston, N. Y. from the family mission box, for the Bap. African mission, per Rev. C. G. Sommers,