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Government, for quarter ending June 30, 1826, for Withington Station, 150,00
300,00 Middlesex Bap. Miss by Mr Calvin Blanchard, Treas.
70, H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of Utica For. Miss. Soc. per Mr E. Lincoln, Female friends belonging to the Rev. Dr Sharp's church and Soc. per Mrs Sharp,
30, Rev. Otis Converse, Treas. of the Worcester Co. Bap. Charitable Soc. 21.
Levi Farwell, Esq. Treas. of the Boston Bap. Association, it having been received by
9,56 A friend, Littleton,
1,05 Female friend, Roxbury,
7 Fem. Mite Soc. Framingham, to educate a Burman youth,
14, Fem. Miss. Soc. Malden,
12,36 Collected at Monthly Concert, Dedham,
25, Mrs Aldrich's Mission Box,
216,58 H. B. Rounds, Esq. Treas. of the Utica Bap. For. Miss. Soc. per Mr E. Lincoln, 25, 25.
John Billing, Jr. Esq. Treas. of the Vermont Bap. Convention, for Burman Mission,
per Mr C. Haven,
--Carey Station, 15,00,
Elder Herrick, Charlestown, N. Y. 11.
Mrs Badger, it having been contributed by females belonging to Rev. Mr Grosvenor's
Ch. and Soc. to educate a Burman child by the name of Sarah Wayland, 14
Proceeds of missionary field belonging to the Bap. students in Amherst Academy,
Bap. Gen. Tract Soc. for publication of Tracts in Burman language, per Rev. N. Davis,
55, J. Moriarty, Esq. Treas. of the Salem Bible Translation and For. Miss. Soc. for For.
Miss. 540,00-Burman schools, 40,00-Salem school in Bengal, 180.CO, 700,
,00 Per Mr J. T. Jones,
3,00 Shaftesbury Bap. Association, for Bur. Miss. per Rev. S. H. Cone,
108, 28. William Inglesby, Esq. Charleston, S. C. for Burman Mission,
Male Pri. Soc. in Franklin, Vt. for Bur. Miss. by Mr Benj. Spaulding, per Mr L. Lincoln, 4 Dec. 2.
Fem. Judson Association of Bradford Academy, by Miss H. P. Hasseltine, per Rev.
4,25 Fem, Miss. Soc. belonging to the Rev. Dr Sharp's Ch. and congregation per Mrs Lois Clouston, Treas.
33, 12. Creek Association, for Burman Mission,
3,31 Received by Elder J. Blake, per Mr E. Lincoln,
15,33 The children of Levi Ball, Townsend, Mass. for Bur. Miss. being the produce of their
labor, per Mr E. Lincoln, 18.
Cash from the Mulberry-Street For. Miss. Soc. N. Y. by Mr Thomas Day, Jr.
12, 1829 Jan. 1S.
Miss Hannah Whitney, of Royalston, Mass. for Bur. Miss. per Rev. E. Andrews,
35, Members of Bap. Ch. Roxbury,
12,07 20. Bap. Fem. Miss. Soc. Sardinia, Erie Co. N. Y. per Mrs Juda Metcalf, Sec.
10, Mr Sam'l Bullin, Lima, N. Y. by Rev. Sam'l Goodale, per Mr. E. Lincoln, Bur. Miss. 10, Dea. Isaac Chapin, of Heath,
11,62 A lady of the Bap. Ch. Exeter, in consequence of reading Mrs Wade's Journal, per
Rev. J. N. Brown, 21. Samuel Payne, Esq. Treas. of the Madison Aux. Soc. N Y.
50, Two years and six months interest on one thousand dollars, it being the amount for
which ten shares of U. S. Bank stock, belonging to the Convention een pledg
ed as security by Rev. Luther Rice, 31. Semi-annual dividend
on twelve shares U. 9. Bank Stock, at 3 and a half per ct.
by him as follows:
3,50 Ephraim Brown,
1, Henry Dimmock,
262,51 M. Mims, Esq. Treas. of the State Convention of the Bap. denomination in South Carolina, for Foreign Missions, 50,00-Withington Station, 50,00,
100, Miss Elizabeth Cornelius, Alexandria, D. C. collected in her school for Carey Station, 2, Mrs Sophia Leonard, first payment to educate an Indian boy at Carey or Thom. as, at the option of the Board, to be named Abraham Faw,
45,54 South Boston Fem. Pri. Soc. by Mrs Mary B. Hill, Sec.
18,50 1. Bap. Miss. Soc. in Amherst College, by Mr Chapin,
Hiram Richmond, Treas. of the Pri. Soc. Ashfield, for For. Missions, 27.
Mr Wm. Stow, being a donation from Mr Solomon Goodale, late of Conway, Mass.
deceased, per Col. C. E. Billings, for Indian Missions, 3,00-For. Miss. 108,00, Mar. 6.
A friend, to aid in publishing the New Testament in Burman,
140,06 17. E. Probyn, Esq. per Rev. Dr Sharp,
SO, Primary Society, Montville, Me..
do. Prospect, do. Do. do. Belfast, do.
1,88 Per James Mc Crillis, Treas of the Waldo Aux. Soc. in Belfast,
20, A friend, by Mr Bailey, Scituate, for the Burman Mission,
Mr Philip Brown, Treas. of the New Hampshire Bap. State Convention, contributed
Archibald Smith, Jr. Treas. of York Bap. Soc. Aux. &c. contributed as follows:
1, Berwick Great Hill Primary Suc.
1,67 Elder Wm. Goding,
1,00 John Twombly and others, Berwick,
2,76 Female Primary Society, Sanford,
5,65 Rev. Abner Flanders,
,50 Primary Society, Alfred and Waterborough,
8,81 Welles Primary Society,
40,00 Mr Gindrat, Montgomery, Alabama, for Star in 1825,
6,38 The Alabama Convention, in 1826,
36,04 Apr. 1. Rev. S. W.
1,00 Mr R. H.
,25 A female friend,
3,45 A Christian friend,
230 Per S.
Henry Darling, Burman Mission, per Mr. E. Lincoln,
A friend to missions in Milton, for Burman Mission,
Gen. Committee of Churches of Charleston, (S. C.) Bap. Ass. per W. Riley, Esq. 286,97 IS. Washington, Me. Aux. &c. from Rev. Mr Bond, per Mr Nathan Arnold,
43,63 Rev, W. T. Brantly, on account of the Columbian Star,*
57, By cash for the school at Sault de St. Marie, for the Chippawa Tribe, received July 21, 1828, 2000,
Dolls. 10061,90 * The Treasurer has also received from Mr Brantly 43 dollars, making the sum 100 dollars.
HEMAN LINCOLN, Treas. Boston, April 21, 1829.
The subscribers have examined accurately the preceding account current, and find it in every respect correct and duly sustained by vouchers.
Committee Boston, April 22, 1829.
LEVI FARWELL, (of the Board.) The subscribers, a Committee appointed for that pnrpose, have examined the foregving account, and report that it is correctly cast and sustained by suitable vouchers.
DAVID BENEDICT, Committee Philadelphia, April 30, 1829.
LEVI FARWELL, '} (of Convention.)
Bengal Christian School Sociсty in Account with Heman Lincoln, Treasurer.
Dr. 1828 June 10. To cash remitted Wm. H. Pearce, Calcutta, per Liverpool packet,
750,00 Paid two per cent premium on 700 dollars,
14,00 1829. April 21. To balance carried to new account,
67,25 Dolls. 831,25
Cr. 1828. April 25. By Balance from last account,
,28 June 6. By annual subscription from Mrs Prudence Farwell, Cambridge,
60,00 10. By cash from the New York Society for promoting female schools in India,
182,25 From the Bap. Churches in Boston, it having been collected at monthly concert, for prayer, per Dea. J. Loring, Treas. &c.
: From Mr John Mills, jr.
Dolls. 831,25 Errors Excepted, Boston, April 21, 1829. The subscribers have carefully examined the above account, and find it correctly cast, and sustained by the proper vouchers.
Committee. Boston, April 22, 1829.
H. LINCOLN, Treas.
o Though the Minutes, &c. were regularly read and corrected in the Convention, and the list of members more than once, the following omission has been discovered:
Archibald Maclay, from the Mulberry-Street Church, N. Y.
South Baptist Church, N. Y.
PRIMARY MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
Article 1. The object of this Society is to aid the missions under the direction of the Baptist Board of Foreign Missions.
Art. 2. All (females] of approved moral character, contributing to this cause, shall be members of the Society, until they shall decline making a donation at the subsequent annual call of the Collectors.
Art. 3. The Society shall elect, annually, a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and a suitable number of Collectors.
Art. 4. The President, and in his absence, the Vice President, shall preside in all meetings of the Society, and shall have power to call special meetings at pleasure.
The Secretary shall keep the records, manage the correspondence, and at the annual meeting make a report.
The Treasurer shall take charge of the money collected, and, after deducting incidental expenses, shall pay the same to the Treasurer of the Auxiliary Society of
as soon as convenient after the annual meeting of this Society, and shall make a report at each annual meeting.
Art. 5. The four officers above named, shall constitute an Executive Committee, to manage the business not otherwise appropriated by the articles of this Constitution.
Art. 6. The business of the Collectors is to obtain funds. And in order to do this most effectually, they shall make a suitable division of their appropriate labor; call upon all the individuals, who are friendly to the object, within their respective limits, and give all a respectful invitation to contribute to the object; take their names, and the sums which they wish to give for the year ; and shall pay over to the treasurer, at least ten days previous to the next annual meeting, all their collections.
Art. 7. The annual meeting of the Society shall be held on the
and shall be opened with prayer.
At this meeting, the Reports of the Secretary and Treasurer shall be read; (the former of which shall be forwarded as soon as convenient to the Secretary of the Auxiliary Society;). the officers for the year ensuing shall be chosen ; and such other business and services shall be attended to, as may be deemed ex. pedient.