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Oct,5. By cash from A friend at Newton for Bur, Miss. per L. Farwell Esq. 5,
A little girl belonging to the Bap. Sabbath School in
,35 The Juvenile Sewing Soc. in Worcester, Mass. for the
Burman Mission, per Miss Eunice Howe, Treasurer,
2,59 The estate of the late widow Peniah Bárter of Pomfret;
Conn, for the Burman Mission, forwarded by
lating the scriptures, or otherwise, as the Board may
1, The members of the Second Bap. Church in Charles
town, Mass, for the purpose of educating a female child
25, Dea. James Loring, Treas.of the Boston Bap. For. Miss.
Soc. collected at the monthly concerts for prayer in
162,53 A little boy for the Bur. Miss. by his Father,
,25 7. The Brookline, Mass. Church" for purchasing school
apparatus for the Mission schools at Maulmein and
3, A female friend in Cambridge, for publishing the Bible in Burmah, per Mr. 0. T. Cutter,
1, “ Mr. Thomas Huntington of Brooklyn, Conn.
,37 The Soc. connected with the First Bap. Church Boston
for the support of a Bur. child, named Sarah Way
land, per Miss Lydia C. Jepson, Sec'y, and Treas.
ting a Burman child at Maulmein, under the care of
30, 8. The Juvenile Miss. Soc. connected with the Male de
partment of the Federal St. Bap. Sunday School,
10, The Fem. Tr. Soc. of West Camb. for printing Tr. in Bur. per Mrs. Nelson, Treas. by Mr. 0. T. Cutter,
8, The Middlesex and Norfolk Miss. Soc. for the following purposes : For the Foreign Mission,
113,66 Educating a Bur.child, to be named Maria T. Jackson, 25, Mrs. Wade's School,
25, 11. The State Bank, Boston, being the semi-annual dividend on eighteen shares of stock, for Translations,
27, 13. Dr. Thomas Huntington of Brooklyn, Conn. for the Bur. Mission, per Mr. W. Nichols,
20, Rev. Otis Converse Treas of the Worcester co. Bap.
Charitable Soc. per Mr. Andrus March, for the fol
lowing purposes : For General Purposes,
18 . 19
Books to be sent to the Valley of the Mississippi, 2,76
150, 14. A Lady in Foxborough, Mass. per Mr. Gear,
1, from Miss H. N. Bennett of Middleborough, Mass. be
ing deficiency in amount forwarded Sep. 1, 1831, for
1, 15. A few young females of Oliver Street Church, N. Y. for
Bur. Tracts, per Rev. S. H. Cone,
been collected at the monthly concert for prayer, for
40, 17. A friend to Missions to he appropriated to the benefit of For. Miss. per Rev, Ira M. Allen, Philadelphia,
20, A young man for the Bur. Miss. by Mr. T. Simons,
1, Rev. Henry J. Hall of Cornwall, Vt. towards the sup
port and education of a child at Tavay, to be named
20, The Infant's Bur. Bible Soc, connected with the First
Bap. Sabbath School Boston, per Mr. H. J. Howland, 1, A friend to Burmah, by Mrs. O'Brien,
5, 20. Mrs. Mary Arnold of Cumberland, a member of the Chi
in Medfield, Mass. for printing the Bible in Burmah,
25, 21. Mr. Sprague of Templeton, per Glover,
2, Rev. Daniel Hascall, Treas, of the Madison N. Y. For. Mission Society Aux. &c.
100, The U.S. War Dep. being the gr. allowance from the
civilization fund, for the improvement of the Indians, Mrs. Peabody of Milford, N. H. for the Burman Bible, per Mr. J. A. Bolles,
1, 28. The Evangelical Benev. Soc. of the Westfield associa
tion, per Rev. Daniel Wright, Treasurer, for the
following purposes: For Foreign Missions,
14,60 Burman Bible,
-215,12 The Bap. Church in Heath, Mass. per Rev. A. Case,
8,16 Dea. Nathaniel Stowell Trea. of the Mass. Bap. State
Conven. it having been contributed as follows : Jan.
Collected at the ministers ineeting at South Lee, 17,42 April,
New Canaan, 27, Oct.
2d Ch. Cheshire, 11,30
234,11 Mr. Bartlett of Harmony, Me. for the Bur. Miss. 31. The Kennebeck Bap. Miss. Soc. Aux. &c. per
Bible, and $10 for printing Tracts in Burmah, 20,
Nov.3. By cash Proceeds of Jewelry from same,
2, from her son,
,75 A lady of Montholly, per Elder Leland,
,50 A lady at Ludlow, by Rev. Dr. Bolles,
118,34 5. A friend to Miss. to support a Talieng sister, for one
year, with a pledge to continue the same for three
6, 8. Dea. J. Woodcock, for the Burman Mission,
The Carey Soc. of the First Bap. Ch. Boston, for the
20, The United Female Industrious Soc. of Chester, n. .
being avails of work, per Mrs. S. Tenney Treas. for
4,43 9. A friend in South Reading, Mass. for the Bur. Bible,
Calvin Blanchard Esq. Treas, of the Middlesex Bap.
117,64 10. The Franklin Bap. Bener. Soc. having been contribu
ted by the Bap. Ch. in Conway, for the Bur. Miss. 3,95
Forwarded by Nathan Alden Esq. per Mr. F. Heartwell, 8,20
ing six months interest on a loan of 6000 dollars,
1, 16. Rev. S. Cornelius of Alexandria D. C. contributed by
John Withers Esq. $50 for printing the Bible in tho
100, One years interest on a note of $2000, at five
120, Collected in sundry places,
53,82 per W. Colgate Esq.
358,68 The Horton Female Mite Soc. being the first payment
to aid in the education of a Bur. child, per Mrs. E.
25, 24. The Fem. Juv. Soc. of the Rev. Mr. Knowles' Church
and congregation, for the support of an Indian child
at the Ca. Šta. named Marg. B. Doyle, per Mrs. Chorley, 16,67 25. A fem. friend of Lincoln, Mass. for the Bur. Mission,
3, 28. “ By cash being six months interest on a note of $5000, 125, A friend, per Mr. H. Lincoln,
7, A friend of equal privileges in consequence of reading
in the Watchman the letter of Mr. Judson, for the
Dec. 2. By cash from Miss Lucy Swaim, for Burman Bible,
1, A friend in Aurora, Ohio, per H. Hill Esq.
attending the monthly concert for prayer, at Dr.
1, 13. A friend for the Bur. Miss., per L. Farwell, Esq.
5, 11. A friend,
20, 16. Rer. C. Train, accompanied with the following note.
I had a heart to send more. Though my income is
Framingham, Dec. 14, 1831.
10, Dea. James Loring, Treasurer of the Boston Bap. For.
Miss. Soc., having been contributed as follows: Collections at the Monthly Concert for prayer, for female schools in Burmah,
Meeting-house in Baldwin place, Oct. 23,
A female friend with her prayers that Burmah may
The 2d Bap. Ch. Tiverton, R. I. for the Bur. Miss. 5,
6, 24. Rev. Marvin Grow of Greensborough, Vt. for the Bur. Mission, per Mr. William Baker,
Mr. F. Drury of Florida, Mass. for the Burman Miss.
,81 27. J. Nitchie Esq. of N. Y. for Burman Tracts, per Rev.
S. H. Cone, 28. Robert A. Coffin Esq. of New Ipswich, for printing the Bur. Bible, per Rev. A. Meriam,
Rev. Lee Compere, forwarded by Rev. Jesse Mercer,
124, 1832. Jan. 4. The Old Colony Bap. Miss. Soc. per Mr. Levi Pierce Treas. for the Burman Mission,
50, Translation of the Scriptures,
80, 5. "
The Baptist Church in Sharon, Mass. collected at the
monthly concert of prayer, for Foreign Missions, per
Jan. 7. By cash from “ One who owes every thing to his Lord and Master,"
For Burman Bible,
been contributed as follows:
172,12 J. Dunlop Esq. of Edinburg, Scotland, being the second donation from this generous friend, of the same amount, within a few weeks, for the Bur. Miss.
SO, Mr. Robert Scott, of Salisbury, Mass. for Printing Burman Tracts,
3, Rev. C. B. Keyes, Treas of the Berk. Cuun. Bap Assoc. for the following objects: For the Burman Mission,
11,6 Interest on the above,
-64, 10. A friend for Indian Missions,
A friend as a New Year's gift to the Bur. Miss. by Rev. J N. Brown,
Rev. M. Curtis, having been contributed in Medfield, Mass. for the following objects :
32,75 The Vt. Bap. St. Con. per John Conant Esq. Treas. being a collection made by
the Central Bap. Church in Shaftsbury, on the first Monday of Jan. 1832, in
H. B. Rounds Esq. Treas. of the Utica Bap. For. Miss. Soc. for the following
13,25 Mrs. Wade's School,
-200, 20. A friend for the Burman Mission, per Mr. E. Lincoln,
2, Mr. Pynson Blake of Princeton, Mass. for the Burman Bible,
3 A female in Phil. to purchase Tr. for Bur. per Rev. J. Patterson, by H. Hill Esq. 23.
Mr. J. Carter, having been contributed by himself and several Baptist friends in
100, 28. 0. Starkweather Esq. of Pawtucket, for tbe Burman Mission,
M. White Esq.of Cleaveland, Ohio, for the Bur. Miss. contributed as follows:
The boy's Benev. Soc. of the Oliver St. Bap. Ch. N. Y. as a New Year's pre-
2, Yeb. 1.
The Male and Female Miss. Soc. in Andover, Ver. for the Burman Mission,
19,67 The Female Industrious Suc.of the Charles St. Bap. Ch. Bos for the educa.
tion of two Ind. girls at the Ca. Sta n'd. Ann Sharp, and Suphia 0. Lincoln, 40, Nathan Alden Esq. of East Bridgewater, for Foreign Missions,
The U. S. War Dep, being the gr, allowance from the civilization fund, due the
Rev. John M. Peck, collected at the monthly concert for prayer, at Rock Sp.
10, Accompanied with the following note. Though the donation be small, we
send it with the assurance that the offering of the widow's mite, is as ac.