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East,

12 75 | Ashford, First Society, 3 67 North,

12 21
Eastford,

1 89 Hamden, Mount Carmel, 12 2 Brooklyne,

4 36 East Plains, 10 30 Canterbury, Westminster, 5 10 Milford, 46 26 Hampton,

29 29 North-Haven,

14 57 Killingly, Second Society, 2 60 Oxford,

3 20 | Lebanon, First Society, 19 92 Wallingford, First Society,

2 50
Crank,

13 69
Meriden,
10 5
Goshen,

4 20 Waterbury, First Society, 9 32 Mansfield, First Society, 12 25 Middlebury, 9 53

Abington,

5 11 Woodbridge, 16 50 | Plainfield,

12 65 Wolcott, 4 20 Pomfret, First Society,

8 15 North,

8 39

5 1 Total, New-Haven County, 325 26 Thompson,

Woodstock First Society, 9 50 NEW-LONDON COUNTY.

Muddy Brook, 12 95

** New. London,

37 64 Norwich, First Society,

31 93

Total, Windham County, 169 13 Chelsea,

20 68 Bozrah,

6 50

LITCHFIELD COUNTY. Colchester, First Society, 7 4 Litchfield, First Society, 35 0 Franklin,

8 53

South Farms, 18 13 Lisbon, Newent,

20 0 Barkhempstead, First Society, 7 62 Hanover, 3 82

Winstead, 13 0 Lyme, First Society, 12 32 Bethlem,

25 50 North Quarter,

6 21 Canaan, First Society, 10 1 Montville, First Society, 15 14 Colebrook,

15 62 Preston, First Society, 5 80 Cornwall, First Society, 15 0 North, 45 50 Goshen,

115 0 Harwinton,

18 25 Total, New-London County, 221 11 Kent,

17 37 New-Hartford,

53 62 FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Norfolk,

90 84 Fairfield, First Society, 15 0 Plymouth,

10 35 Green's Farms. 10 25 Roxbury,

8 81 Danbury, First Society, 20 0 Salisbury,

33 11 Bethel,

2 80 Sharon, First Society, 22 50 Greenwich, West Society, 44 34

Ellsworth,

6 0 Huntington, Ripton,

9 80 Southbury, First Society, 12 0 New Stratford, 8 26

South Britain, 4 30 New-Canaan,

24 45 Torrington, First Society, 19 7 New-Fairfield,

6 0

Torringford, 32 80 Norwalk, 26 55 Warren,

19 42 Reading,

9 0 Washington, First Society, 30 50 Ridgefield, First Society, 7

New Preston,

20 6 Ridgbury, 9 38 Watertown,

19 86 Sherman, 7 4 Winchester,

15 52 Stamford, First Society, 200 Woodbury,

19 75 North Stamford, 6 65 Middlesex,

0 Total, Litchfield County, 709 1: Stanwich,

19 50 Weston, North Fairfield, 3 41

MIDDLESEX COUNTY.

Middletown, First Society, 11 22 Total, Fairfield County, 250 46

Upper Houses, 6 45 Haddam,

14 76 WINDHAM COUNTY. Chatham, First Society,

8 43 Windham, First Society, 11 38

Middlehaddam, 3 78
Scotland,

5 3
East Hampton,

1 92

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Durham,

29 62 | Bolton, First Society, East Haddam, First Society, 23 50

North,
Millington, 18 0 Coventry, First Society,
Hadlyme, 4 85

North,
Killingworth, North Society, 22 11

Andover,
Saybrook, First Society, 6 63 | Ellington,
Second,

230 Hebron, First Society,
Fourth,

8 0

Gilead,

Somers,
Total, Middlesex County, 180 27 Stafford, First Society,

44

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D. C.

Dec. 25.

NO. 2. FUNDS of the Society arising from other sources than the Contributions in May,

1804. 1804 Contributions in the new settlements, viz. Jan. 2. To Rev. Thomas Williams,

32 56 6. Rev. J. W. Woodward;

41 28 13. Rev. Samuel Leonard,

4 14. Rev. Ira Hart,

31 5 May 9. Rev. Calvin Ingals,

4 44 June 26. Mr. Samuel P. Robbins,

44 97 Sept. 28. Rev. Calvin Ingals,

35 25 Nov. 1. Mr. Oliver Wetmore,

Il 34
Rev. Jedidiah Bushnell,

5 71

210 60 Avails of Books, viz, Jan. 22.

Rev. N. Strong's Sermon at the ordina

tion of Rev. Thomas Robbins, 14 37 Sept. 22. Connecticut Evangelical Magazine, 1211 29

1225 66 Donations by sundry individuals, viz. Feb. 22. Deacon Aaron Moses, Simsbury, 5 29. Joseph Hull of Norfolk,

75 March 7. Jemima Hubbard, Glastenbury,

2
28.
Rev. George Colton, Bolton,

20 May 21. Anthony Brown, Sterling,

1

28 75

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Donations by persons "unknown, viz. Feb. 7. A Lady, 15. A Lady in Vermont,

2 March 9. A stranger from New-York state, April 18. A Friend of Missions,

1 May 8. A Lady in New Haven,

10 A female Friend of Missions,

2
12. A Friend of Missions in New Haven, 12

A stranger in the county of Windham, 100
18.
A stranger in Berlin,

10
Maria,

2
19. A Friend of Missions,

50
24.
A well disposed Lady,

1 June 1. A female friend of Missions,

1 July 3. A friend of Missions in Cornwall, 1

do. Simsbury, 1 26. do.

do. Glastęnbury, 10 Aug. 16. A Friend of Missions,

1 An unknown widow,

5 Oct. 3. A Lady of Massachusetts,

1 Nov. 1. A Friend of Missons

3 Dec. 12. A friend of Missions,

5 10

223 10 May 12. Ladies Society in Norwich

12 75 Donations to purchase Books, viz. Jan. 20. A friend of Missions,

11 32 April 7. do. do.

5.58 May 12. Hebron Female Association,

6 56 Aug. 16. A Friend of Missions,

5 58 Litchfield Female Association,

33 56 Oct. 3. A Friend of Missions,

5 58

68 18 Dec.31. Interest from Jan. 1, to Dec. 31.

870 6

do.

2639 10

1804.

360 71 17

No. 3.
Disbursements by order of the Trustees.

To Missionaries, viz.
Jan. 5. To Rev. James W. Woodward, Missionary to

New York and Pennsylvania,
13. Rev. Samuel Leonard,

do. Vermont, May 9. Rev. Calvin Ingals,

do. do. June 1. Rev. Ira Hart,

do. New-York, Black river, 47 4. Rev. Seth Williston, do. do. and Pennsylvania, 93 70 21. Rey. Thomas Williams, do. do. Otsego and Delaware, 71 26. Mr. Samuel P. Robbins, do. do. Black river,

131 do. do. do. Vermont,

83 Aug.16. Rev. Alexander Gillet, Balance of an old Account, 1

31. Mr Eli Hyde, Missionary to New York, Black river, 25 Sept. 28. Rey. Calvin Ingals, do. do. Lake George,

95 Nov. 13. Rev. Thomas Robbins do. New-Connecticut,

90

16. Rev. Tho's Williams, do. N.York, Otsego & Delaware, 80
20. Mr. Oliver Wetmore. do. do. and Vermont,

108 72 23. Rev. Joseph Badger, do. New-Connecticut,

340 50 Dec. 3. Mr. Oliver Wetmore. do. Vermont,

25 22. Rev David Bacon, do, Indians,

190 25. Rev. Jedidiah Bushnell, do. Vermont,

101
Other expenses, viz.
Jan. 6. To Mr. Eţsha Colt, for assisting the Treasurer, last year. 4 50
June 1. Rev. N. Strong, towards the support of an Indian youth, 21 25

Rev. Benjamin Trumbull, for Books for new settlements, 16
Hudson & Goodwin, for paper to print Summary of
Christian doctrines,

162
5. do. for printing and stationary,

18 25 Mr. Elisha Colt, for assisting the Treasurer,

4 50 Sept.10.

Rev. Abel Flint, for stationary and postage,
28. Hudson & Goodwin, for printing Summary of Christian
docrines,

140

17 714

2334 134

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NO. 4.

Treasurer's Account Current.
Dr.
The Missionary Society of Connecticut in Acccount Current

Cr. with Andrew Kingsbury, as their Treasurer. To amount of Cash, paid by

By Balance in favor of the order of the Committee,

Society, January 1, 1804...14195 354 as per statement No. 3....2334 13 By Contributions in May,

1804, as per statement Balance carried to Credit

No. 1.....

.2740 86 of new Account.............,17241 18

By Donations, Interest, &c.

as per statement No. 2......2639 10

19575 311

19575 314

Amount of Permanent Fund 9666 73
For the purchase of Books
and for current Expenses....7574 45

By Balance of the above
Account............

.................17241 18

17241 18

A. KINGSBURY. Treasurer to Miss. Society

JOHN PORTER, Auditor. Hartford, January 1, 1805.

A particular List of the Contributions, received in the new settlements,

COUN

contained in the general statement No. 2. To Mr. Thomas Williams, in the

Contributed at Capt. Botchford's ties of Otsego and Delaware, in 1803. in Butternuts,

3 7 D. C.

at Mr Hunt's Unadilla, 1 6 Mr. Eb. Penfield, Harpersfield, 1

at a school house in ButterAbel Penfield, do. 0 50

nuts, Shore's settlement, 4 50 Zeph. Edwards, Stamford, 1

at a school house, near Mr. Col. David Phelps, Colchester, 1

Barber's,

58 Capt. Peter Hager, do 0 25 Polly Sacket, 12 years old.

6 Mr. Samuel Prince, Meredith, 1 At Esq. Noble's in Pittsfield, 33 Col. Witter Johnson, Sidney, 0 75 | Deacon Thurston, Pittsfield, 50

At Burlington,
1 34 Elisha Stephens,

25 Mr. Root, Burlington, 68 Charles Sexton,

25 Eleazer Homer, do. 25 | At Turin,

% 60 On the flats,

do.
3 Deacon Judah Barties,

50 At Burlington,

2 62 Jonathan Collins, Esq. 1 Mr. Alexander, Burlington, 1 11 John Ives, Esq.

50 At the white house, do. 4 21 | Mr. Joshua Rockwell,

1 Samuel Seymour, Exeter, 1

William Rice,

50 At Worcester, 2 50 Philemon Hoadley,

50 Deacon Burgiss, Delhi, 25 Jabez Foster,

50 Timothy Wadsworth,

25 32 56 Jeremiah Wilcox,

25 Amos Barnes,

50 To Rev. Fames W. Woodward, in the

Elisha Crowfoot,

25 states of N. Tork and Pennsylvania,

Reuben Paine,

25 in 1803.

Seth Miller,

25 At Oxford, New-York,

84
Levi Ives,

25 • Locke, do.

3 40
Levi Hough,

50 Tioga,

do.

7 Milton,

do.
1 50

31 5 Ulysses, do.

81 Owego, do.

50 To Reo. Calvin Ingals, in Vermone, in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, 1 18

the Spring of 1804. Fishing Creek, do. 2 93 At Cambridge,

1 94 Wysox, do.

1 50

Swanton, a friend of missions, 2 50 Wyalusing, do.

4 95 Willingsborough, do. 2 50

4 44 Mr. John Beardsley, Wilton, N. York,

25 To Mr. S. P. Robbins, in the Black ri. Mr. Slosson, Owego, do. 25 ver settlements, and in Vermont, in Gideon Peck, Norwich, do. 25 1803 and 1804. Deacon Philips, do. do. 1 At Little Falls, Mr. P. Kreener, Newport, Penn. 1 Champion. A friend of missions, Canaan, do.3 45 Rutland,

75 Mr. - Peeler, Palmyra,- do. 50 Turin,

S 964 Moses Thatcher, Nine Partners do. 50 Leyden,

3 25 A friend of missions, do. 1 35

Trenton,

1 22 At Greenwood, 62 Camden,

83 Sold Magazines,

3
Adams,

2 49 Fairfield,

1 94 41 28 Mrs. Hannah Foster, Turin, 50

Maj. Zech. Bush, do. 1 TO Rev. Sam. Leonard, in Vermont, 1803. Capt. Amos Barnos, do. 1 50 At Westford, 2 25 Mrs. Hep. Barnes,

50 Swanton,

75 Miss Crane,

do. 1 Deacon Parker,

1 Mr. Samuel Hall, do. 25 Timothy Johnson, do.

50 Joshua Rockwell, do.

50 Dea. Lewis Smith, Leyden,

50 To Reo. Ira Hart, in the counties of Mr. — Sipple,

do. Herkimer and Oneida, state of N.

Hezekiah Talcott, do

95 York, in 1803.

Holmes, Remsen, 25 At Herkimer, little falls, 8 50 Ephraim Hoit, Trenton, 25 Mr. Isaac Boosimbark, 1 M. Bosworth, Lowville,

1 At Herkimer flats, 2 18 At Salisbury,

1 93 an evening Lecture, 2 40 Milton,

1 50 Rutland, 1 6 do. and Colchester,

5 5 Lowville, evening Lecture, 94 Highgate,

1 562 Sabbath, 3 97 Sheldon,

1 17 Mr. James Bailey,

1 do. St. George, &c. 2 78

2 96 2 57

do.

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