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PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS 



The minutes of associations are the source whence our statistics must be 
lefly drawn. The clerks of the associations will confer a favor, and help 
the work which we have undertaken, if they will note the following particu- 
f-s in their minutes : 

1. The number of churches. 

2. The names and post-offices of ordained ministers, whether pastors or not. 

3. The additions by baptism, letter, experience, and restoration, in separate 
columns, added up. 

4. The diminutions by death, letter, exclusion, and erasure, also in separate 
columns, and added up. 

It will prevent confusion, also, if they will on the title page specify to what 
State the association belongs, and, if any of the churches are located in other 
States, indicate it in the minutes. 

The minutes of State Conventions and General Associations have hitherto fur- 
nished us valuable help. The value of these minutes will be greatly increased 
if they embody, hereafter : 

1. Con-ect lists of all the Associations in the State, with an abstract of their 
statistics as given above. 

2. The names and statistics of Anti- Mission Baptist Associations, and lists of 
all unassociated Baptist Churches. 

3. The number of Baptist houses of worship, with their value, and the wor- 
shippers that they can accommodate, together with the number and value of par- 
sonages. 

4 The statistics of Sunday-schools, — number of schools, officers, teachers, 
scholars, volumes in library, teachers baptized, scholars baptized, school ex- 
penses, and benevolent contributions. 

5 The name and post-office address of every ordained Baptist minister in 
the State. 

6. Lists of all the ministers who have died in the State during the year. 

A special request is made that the clerks and secretaries of all Baptist Associa- 
tions, Conventions, Societies, Theological Seminaries, Colleges, and other edu- 
cational institutions, will please forward, as soon as they are issued, two copies of 
their minutes, reports^ ^r catalogues, to B. Griffith, D. D., No. 530 Arch street 

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PAGE. 

PnocBiDnros or GximAK Socixtiks. 

American Baptist Missionary Union, - 5 
American Baptist Home Mission Society, 9 
American Baptist Publication Society, - 13 
American and Foreign Bible Society, - 16 
American Bible Union, - - - • 18 
Southern Baptist Convention, - - - 20 
American Baptist Free Mission Society, 26 
American Baptist Historical Society, - 29 
German Union Conference, - - • 30 
Consolidated American Baptist Mission- 
ary Convention, 31 

National Baptist S. S. Convention, • - 33 

State Conventions, and Genebal Associations. 

Alabama, 36 

Arkansas, 36 

California, 36 

Connecticut, 36 

Florida, 37 

Georgia, 37 

Illinois, 38 

Indiana, 40 

Iowa, 41 

Kansas, 42 

Kentucky, 43 

Louisiana, 44 

Maine, 45 

Maryland, 46 

Massachusetts, 47 

Michigan, 49 

Minnesota, 50 



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Mississippi, 61 

Missouri, 62 

Nebraska, 64 

New Hampshire, 64 

New Jersey, 66 

New York, 67 

North Carolina, 60 

Ohio, - - ei 

Oregon, - §1 

Peansylvania, 61 

Rhode Island, 63 

South Carolina, 64 

Tennessee, 66 

Texas, 67 

Vermont, ------- 69 

Virginia, 70 

West Virginia, 72 

Wisconsin, 72 

Statistics POB 1869, 74 

Oedainbd Ministebs with theib Post Opfioi 

ABDBB8SE8, 93 

Sundat-schoois, 144 

Pebiodicalb, 146 

colleois and theoloaical schools, - 146 

Annual Meetin«s pob 1870, - - - 147 

Benevolent Contbibutions fob 1870, - 147 

Reugious Denominations in U. S., - - 148 

Rates OP Postage, 148 



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AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION. 



The flftT- fifth annnal meeting of the Union 
was held in Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass., 
on Taesday, May 18, 18(% The President, 
Rev. A. Caswell, D. D., of Rhode Island, was 
in the chair. 496 members were present, 
from the following States: Maine, 40; New 
HampMihire, 34; Vermont, 23; Massachasetts, 
191 ; Rhode Island, 37 ; Gounecticuc, 24 ; New 
York, 66; New Jersey, 30; Pennsylvania, 22; 
Delaware, 3; District of Golambia, 1; North 
Carolina, 2; Ohio, 6; Michigan, 2; Illinois, 
4; Wisconsin, 1; Missouri, 1; Canada, 1; 
Unknown, 9. 

The annual sermon was preached by Rev. 
Geo. D. Boardman, D. D., of Pennsvlvania. 

The President introduced to the union the 
depatation from "the British and Irii»h 
Baptist Home Mission^*— Rev. Dr. I'homas 
Price and Rev. R. M. Henry, who made ad- 
dresses respecting the object which they 
have come to represent. 

The following resolations were adopted : 

Besolved^ That we have heard with deep 
interest the statements of Rev. Thomas 
Pricct D. D., and Rev. R. M. Henry, in regard 
to the work of the British and Irish Baptist 
Home Mission in Ireland, and we extend to 
them a cordial welcome a<9 brethren be- 
loved, and accredited representatives of the 
churches of our faith in the British Isles. 

Resolved, That we heartily commend these 
. brethren to the sympathy and material aid 
of the churches of this country, in their ef- 
forts towards establishing, in a priest-ridden 
land, true churches of our Lord Jesus Christ, 
in the faith and order of the New Testament. 

The Annual Report of the Board was read, 
from which we gather the following : 

Home Department. 

RXCEIPTS AKD EZPXNDITUBIS. 

The total receipts into the Treasury for the 
year ending March 31, 1860, were $196,897.67, 
while the total expenditure, including the 
amount paid towards the debt of last year, 
was $210,273,80, leaving a balance against the 
Union of $13^6.23. 

The toisl amonnt of $100)897,67 is dlBtribn- 

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ted as follows: From donations, $168,363.06; 
from legacies, $17,986.63; and Irom other 
sources, $10,647.84. The receipts from dona- 
tions and legacies came from the following 
sources : Maine, $4,659.62; New Hampshire, 
$3,072.84; Vermont, $3,482.60; Massachusetts, 
$51,449.03; Rhode Island, $4,733 96; Connecti- 
cut, $6,973.58; New York, $42 976.72; New 
Jersey, $8,117.68; Pennsylvania, $18,068.07; 
Delaware, $40a97; District of Columbia, $765.- 
70; Ohio, $8,063.06; West Virginia, $223.68; 
Indiana, $2,408.56; Michigan, $5.098 64; Il- 
linois, $12,023.87; Missouri, $1,066.65 : Canada, . 
$:i,047.74; Wisconsin, $3,047.68; Minnesota, 
$766.70; Iowa, $2,517.32 ; Kansas, $632.95; Ne- 
braska, $49i«6 ; Oregon, $18,76; California, $1,- 
273.81; Tennessee, $8; North Carolina. $100; 
Virginia, $28.75 ; Arkansas, $1 ; Colorado, $4 ; 
Nova Scotia, $865.48; Assam, $838.95; Bur- 
mah,$25; Ongole, India, $20; China, $866.68 ; 
France, $467.37 ; Germany, $187,30. 

PSBIOSIOALS. 

The circulation of the Missionary Magazine 
is about 4,000 copies. The receipts for the 
year ending December 31, 1868, were $3,282.- 
20; and the cost of publication was $2,914.81, 
leaving a balance in favor of the Magiazine of 
$367.39. This periodical has always consid- 
erably more than paid the cost of publication, 
while the Macedonian has for many years 
been published at a loss. The balance against 
the two periodicals on the 31st day of Decem- 
ber, 1866, was $2,6')7.30. When we entered 
into partnership with the Home Mission So- 
ciety for the publication of the Macedonian, 
in 1867, this balance was charged to the Mag' 
azine account, and the yearly profits of the 
Magazine have been applied to its discharge. 
The balance had thus become reduced, on 
the 31st of December last to $1,972.32. The 
Union having received a bequest from the 
estate of Miss Eliza B. Stewart, late of New . 
York, of the whole expense of publishing the 
Macedonian for one year, a portion of it was 
applied to the extinction of this old balance. 

The Macedonian and Record has been going 
on under the arrangement above referred to, 
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FoREioir Department. 
GxHuiAL SmtyxT. 

Many of the laborers, enfeebled by toil or 
prostrated by dieeaae, have sought their na- 
tive land for rest and recnperation. The list 
is unusually long, including such names as 
Rev. Miles Bronson and wife, of the Mission 
to the Assamese; Rev. £. B. Cross, Rey. Ben- 
jamin C. Thomas and wife, of the Mission to 
the Karens ; Rev. M. H. Bixby, of the Mis- 
sion to the Shans; Rev. A. R. R. Crawley and 
wife. Rev. A. T. Rose, of the Mission to the 
Burmans ; and Rev. W. M. Lisle and wife, of 
the Chinese Mission of Bangkok. These all 
reached our shores in safety, and all except 
one are still among us in improving health, 
while most are strong in the purpose of re- 
suming their work abroacT at no distant day. 
Indeed, many of them hope to be agaiw 
among their " own people" within a tweive- 
montl). 

Rev. E. W. Clark and wife, accompanied by 
Mrs. Simons, sailed the latter part of October, 
for Calcutta, and reached that port early in 
March, whence the darks proceeded to Sib- 
sagor, and Mrs. Simons to Join her husband, 
at Prome, Burmah. Rev. S. B. Partridge ana 
wife have joined the Chinese Mission of 
Bangkok, leaving us in October, and arriving 
out in January. In April. Rev. James M. 
Haswell and wife set out for Burmah by "the 
overiahd route." His general health had 
much improved. Mr. Theodore Truve and 
wife proceeded to their field of labor at Got- 
tenburg, Sweden, soon after the annual 
meeting. Mrs. Harris also has joined her 
husband in Burmah. 

The following named brethren have been 
added to the list of missionaries since the 
last meeting : Rev. Robert F. Hill, of Liberia, 
West Africa; Mr. Stephen B. Rand, of Hol- 
yoke, Mass., late of the Rochester Theolo- 
gical Seminary ; Rev. John McLaurin, pastor 
of the Baptist Church, Stratford, Ontario, 
Canada; Rev. Melvin Jameson, pastor of 
the First Baptist Church, Alton, Illiaois; all 
by appointment: and Rev. J. R. Haswell, of 
Frederica, Del., by reappointment. Messrs. 
Rand, Jameson, and Haswell, it is expected, 
will join the Missions in Burmah, and Mr. 
McLaurin will join the Mission to the Te- 

lOOKOOS. 

Within the year, two valued laborers have 
retired from the service of the Union, Rev. 
Robert Telford, of the Southern China Mis- 
sion, and Frederick A. Douglass, of the Mis- 
sion to the TeloogooB Mr. Telford sent in 
his resisnation in July, and Mr. Douglass for- 
warded nis in February, both of which have 
been accepted by the Committee. 

The Rev. B. C. Thomas, of the Karen Mis- 
sion, died in New York city, June 10th, four 
days after his arrival there. The Rev. R. F. 
Hill, appointed to the African Mission, died 
in Philadelphia, July 16th. At Tavoy, Bur- 
mah, on the 6th of October last, Mrs. Debo- 
rah Wade, the wife of Rev. Jonathan Wade. 
D. D., closed her long and useful career; ana 
about the same time, October 1st, at Ning- 
po, China, the young and devoted wife of 
the Ray. J. R. Ooddard, passed away from 
earth. 



ASIATIC MISSIONS. 
Missioir TO THx BmtKAirs. 

Tavoy.— Rev. J. P. Norris, In temporary 
charge. One church, one Anglo-Burmese 
day-school, one native teacher. 

Maulmavn. — R. B. Hancock, in temporary 
charge. Miss 8. E. Haswell, school-teacher. 
On the way to the field. Rev. J. M. Haswell, 
D. D., and wife. Under appointment. Rev. J. 
R. Haswell and wife. Two native churches, 
one English. Five outstations ; seven native 
preachers, one ordained. Three day-schooU, 
one female boarding-school. 

iSan^oofi.— Rev. E. A. Stevens, D. D., and 
wife. Rev. Dr. Wade, Mrs. Rose. Mrs. Ingalis, 
Miss R. H. Adams. In this country. Rev. A. 
T. Rose, Mrs. Knapp. Three native churches, 
one English; eight outstations; thirteen 
native preachers, two ordained. Two Bible 
women. Two vernacular day-schools. 

Henthada.—lii this country, Rev. A. R. R. 
Crawley and wife. Three churches, two out- 
stations, six native preochers. 

iVom«.— Rey. Thomas Simons and wife, 
Rey. E. O. Stevens and wife. In this country. 
Rev. E. Kincaid, %. D., and wife. Three 
churches, two outstations, twelve native 
preachers, six of whom are ordained. Eight 
schools. 

B(U8e\,n.—B,e.v. J. L. Douglass and wife. 
Three churches, two outstations, six native 
preachers, one school. 

MiSSlOir TO THE Karxrs. 

Tavoy.— Rev. J. F. Norris and wife. Twen- 
ty-one outstations; twentj-one churches; 
nine hundred ani seventy-eight members. 
One hundred and eighty-eight pupils in 
school. Twenty-three native preachers, of 
whom thirteen are ordained. 

Maulmain.—Rev. N. Harris and wife. Fif- 
teen churches; eight hundred and twenty- 
eight members. Two hundred and thirty 
pupils in school. Sixteen preachers, of 
whom seven are ordained. 

Shwaygyeen. . Fifteen churches ; 

eight hundred and seventy-two members. 
One hundred and thirty-six pupils in school. 
Twelve preachers, of whom one is ordained. 

Toungoo.— Rey. A. Bunker and wife. Rev. I. 

D. Colburn and wife. In this country. Rev 

E. B. Cross and wife. Seventy-two churches; 
two thousand eight hundred and twenty- 
two members. Four hundred and eighteen 
pupils in school. Sixty-two preachers, of 
whom seven are ordained. 

Rangoon (Pwo Karen).— Rev. D. L. Brayton 
and wife. Fourteen churches; three hun- 
dred and sixty-four members. Sixty-three 
pupils in school. Twenty-eight preachers, of 
whom three are ordained. 

Henthada. . Sixty- four churches ; 

sixteen hundred and eighty-five members. 
Three hundred and fifteen pupils in school. 
Sixty-nine preachers, of whom nine are or- 
dained. 

Baasein (Sgau Karen).— Rev. C. H. Carpen- 
ter and wife. Miss I. Watson. Fifty-eight 
churches; five thousand eight hundred and 
eightv-three members. Eight hundred and 
ninety-two pupils in school. Fifty-one 
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(Ptro Karen).'~Uev. H. L. Van Meter and 
wife. Eighteen churches; neven hundred 
and fifty-seven members. Two hundred 
pupils in school. Fifty-two preachers, of 
whom six are ordained. 

Thiological Sehinart fob the Kabxnb. 
Barufoon.'-Rev. J. G. Binney, D. D., and 
Rev. D. A. W. Smith, associate teachers, as- 
sisted by Mrs. Binney and Mrs. Smith. 

Mission Press and Dxpositobt. 
Rev. Cephas Bennett, superintendent; 
aided by Mrs. Bennett, as proof-reader. 

Mission to thx Shans. 
Tbungoo.—Rev. J. N. Cushin^ and wife. 
Mrs. Bizby and Miss Gage. In this country. 
Rev. M. H. Bixby. 

Mission to tbb Absambse. 

Sibsoffcyr.^Rev. William Ward and wife, 
Rev. Edward W. Clark and wife. 

N(noQong.—B.ev. Edward Pay son Scott and 
wife. In this country, Rev. Miles Bronson 
wife and daughter. 

GowahaH.--Rey. Milton B. Comfort and wife. 

Oowalpara.'-Rev. Ira Jt^Stoddard and wife. 

Mission to thk Telooooob. 

Nellore. — Rev. Lyman Jewett and wife, Rev 
A. V. Timpany and wife. 

Onflro/e.— Rev. John B. Clough and wife. 

Native AaiHstants. — Connected with Mr. 
Jewett, Canakiah, ordained evangelist; Nar- 
asimha, preacher; Gunapa and Verniah, col- 
porteurs; Lydia, Bible reader. Connected 
with Mr. Clough, Ezra, Rungiah, Lutchmiah, 
Pariah, Kondiah. Obaloo, Venagaloo, Rend- 
ashe, Eotiah, and Reda GK>oraniah, ten in all. 
including preachers, school-teachers, ana 
colporteurs. 

•- Oute/attons.— Connected with Nellore, Ca- 
voor and Alloor. Connected with Ongole, 
Ramapatam and others. 

Chinese Mission or Bangkok. 
Bangkok.— Rev. William Dean, D. D., and 
wife ; Rev. Sylvester B. Partridge and wife ; 
Miss A. M. Fielde, Miss F. A. Dean. 
In this country. Rev. W. M. Lisle and wife. 
Outstatiom. — Ban pla soi, Leng kia chu, and 
Petch a bu ri. 

SiAM Mission. 

Bangkok.— Rev. Samuel J. Smith and wife. 
Southern China Mission. 

Swatow (Kak chle).— Rev. J. W. Johnson 
and wife. Rev. William Ashmore and wife. 

Outstations.- Uader Mr. Johnson's super- 
vision, Tie-Chiu-Hu, Tang Leng and Chang 
Lim, Tat-han.po, Kak-Chie, and Hong Kong. 
Under Mr. Aahmore's supervision, Swatow, 
Te Ine, Kiet Ine,and Am Po. 

Native Assiatants. — Connected with Mr. 
Johnson, A Sun, A Ee and A Tui, both a part 
of the year, A To, Tie Pe Chung chi, and Po 
eau. Connected with Mr. Ashmore, Hu Sing 
Say, Chang Lim, Kai Bun, Chiang Ngwan, 
Heng Pe, long Eiam. 

Eastxbn China Mission. 

iVinopo.— Rev. Miles J. Knowlton and wife. 
Rev. u. R. Goddard. 



Outetortow*.- Around Ningpo, Jih-a-kong. 
Wau-ka-d^n, Mao-ka-aao, and: Tes-raung-giao, 

On the Island of Chusan, Ting-hai, Siao 
saw, and Red Bridge. 

Native Asi^istanta.—DzinKt Chi-wong, Tslang 
Jing-yiftu, Ling Ze-hyi, Ti Ling-dju, Hong 
Lao-san, Pun Veng-ugoh, Dziao Yin-djun, and 
Dzin Zsing-fong. 

Hangchow. — Rev. Carl T. Kreyer and wife. 

OutUations —S&ng-haht Ewang-teh, Teh- 
tsing. 

Native Assistnnts.^ln all, six under inshruc- 
tion ; some of them actively engaged in mis- 
sion service. 

Shovrhing. — Rev. Horace Jenkins and wife. 

Outstation. — Kinghwa. 

Native Assistants.— One at Shou hing, and 
one, a part of the year, at Kinghwa. 

EUROPEAN MISSIONS. 
Mission in Fbanob. 

Parte.— Rev. Messrs. A. Dez and V. Lepoids ; 
Messrs. Vorniere and Vignal, colporteurs. 

St 8auveur.—F. Lemaire. Mr. Veron, col- 
porteur. 

Lafere.—TJ. Boileau. Mr. Ferret, colporteur. 

Otauny. — A. Cadot. 

Denain.- Mr. Vincent. 

IajIO^s.- J. B. Cretin. 

St. Etienne. 

Mission in Gebmant. 

Hamburg. — Kev. Messrs. J. G. Oncken, J 
Braun. and C. Schauffler. 
Berlin.— RfiY. G. W. Lehmann. 
CbpenAogrcn.— Rev. J. Koebner. 

Mission in Sweden. 

Stoekholm.—RevB. A. Wiberg, K. O. Broady, 
A. Drake, and J. E. Nystrom. 
Qottenberg—Rev. T. Truve. 
Upsala.—Rey. J. A. Edgren. 

Genebal Suhicabt. 

Missions of the Union 13,— that In Africa 
having been added. In the Asiatic Missions 
are 19 stations where American missionaries 
reside, 328 outstatlons, and .316 churches. 
Members, 15,974. Baptized during the year, 
1,296. Whole number of American laborers 
connected with the Asiatic Missions, includ- 
ing those under aopointment, 101,-47 males, 
and 54 females. Native preachers, teachers, 
and colj)orieur8 reported, 423,— of whom 74 
are ordained. 

Taking In those churches in Burmah not 
immediately under the supervision of mis- 
sionari«'s of the Union, we have 427 outsta- 
tlons; 414 churches; 1,529 baptized; total of 
members, 50,193; native helpers, 512, of 
whom 80 are ordained. 

The tables from the missions in Europe 
give the following totals : stations and out- 
stations, about 1,400; churches, 303 ; preach- 
ers and colporteurs, 377; baptized, 2,245; to- 
tal membership, 25,426. 

Combining the statistics of the missions in 
Asia and Europe, we have, stations and out- 
stations, about 1,750; churches, 718; mission, 
aries, ministers, and assistants, 847 ; baptized 
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and Asia, 41,400; and adding those members 
in Asia not immediately under the super- 
yision of the Union, 46,619. 

The death of Rev. Robert F. Hill, under 
appointment to the African Mission has been 
alluded to. The Board says: 

This dispensation broke in sadly upon the 
cherished plans of the Committee, and it was 
not until after correspondence with Rev. 
John T. Richardson, Corresponding Secre- 
tary of the Liberia Baptist Missionary Union, 
that they saw clearly what steps next to take. 
Mr. Richardson, aner consulting with his 
brethren, suggested the names of persons 
suitable to act m the capacity of a Missionary 
Committee, Correspondent, and Treasurer, 
on the plan approved by vou last year; also 
the names of parties wortny to bear the mes- 
sages of life to the native tribes. In confor- 
mity with these suggestions, the Executive 
Committee, about the middle of January, ap- 
pointed Rev. A. Woodson, Rev. J. T. Rich- 
ardson, and Mr. John H. Chewen, Missionary 
Committee ; Mr. Richardson to act as Corres- 
pondent, and Mr. Chewen, formerly Secretary 
of the Republic of Liberia, as Treasurer. At 
the same time they appointed four mission- 
aries, as follows: Mr. Richardson, to labor in 
the vicinity of Virginia ; Jacob W. Vonbrun, 
W. F. Gibson, and Mr. Herndon, to labor 
among the Bassas. The Committe also sent 
forward one hundred pounds sterling, with 
definite instructions as to the use to be made 
of the funds. At the moment of writing this, 
no returns have reached us. It is the hope 
and purpose of the Executive Committee to 
prosecute this undertaking with increased 
vigor, expending on it all the means the 
friends or missions may entrust to them for 
the purpose. 

On motion, it was resolved that the place 
of meelinfi; next year, he referred to the Ex- 
ecutive Committee, and that W. W. Everts, 
D. D., of Chicago, be the preacher, and B. R. 
Mason, D. D., of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 
his alternate. 

Officers and Managers. 

President. 
MABTiir B. ANBXB805, LL. D., N. T. 

Vice Presidents. 

Rev. Barok Stow, D. D,, Mass., 
Rev. J. M. GuMOBr, LL. D., III. 

Recording Secretary. 
Rev. GxoBax W. Boswobth, D. D., Mass. 

Board of Managers' 

Rev. G. S. Wbbb, D. D., N. J., Chairman. 
Rev. W. H. Shailbb, D. D., Me., JZec'y Sec'y. 

CLASS I. 
J. C. Stockbridge, I>. D., Providence, R. I. 
S. G. Abbott, Meriden, N. H. 
Mark Carpenter, Town send, Vt. 
8. L. Caldwell, D. D^ Providence, R. L 
B. Turnbull, D. D^ Hartford, Conn. 
H. G. Weston, D. D., Upland, Pa. 
J. 8. Dickerson, D. D., Pittsburg, Pa. 
W. H. H. Marsh, Wilmington, Del. 



G. 8. Webb, D. D., New Brunswick, N. J. 

A. H. Strong, Cleaveland, O. 

A. C. Osborn, D. D., St. Louis, Mo. 

J. F. Wilcox, Northfield, Minn. 

E. D. Bently, Kaosas. 

M. Davis, Burlington, Vt. 
Isaac Davis, Worcester, Mass. 
J. W. Merrill, Cambridge, Mass. 
J. B. Hartwell, Providence, R. I. 
J. M. Bruce, New York, N. Y. 
George Dawson. Albany, N. Y. 
P. P. Runyon, New Brunswick, N. J. 
W. Bucknell, Philadelphia, Pa. 
N. Goldsmith, Cincinnati. O. 
Mason Brayman, Springfield, 111. 
H. K. Trask, Beaver Dam, Wis. 

CLASS IL 

Wm. H. Shailer, D. D., Portland, Mo. 
Wm. Hague, D. D., Chicago, Illinois. 

E. E. L. Taylor, D. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Edward Lathrop, D. D., Stamford, Ct. 
H. C. Fish, D. D., Newark, N. J. 

G. D. Boardman, D. D., Philadelphia, Pa. 

F. M. Ellis, Cincinnati, O. 

8. Haskell, D. D., Kalamazoo, Mich. 

L. A. Dunn, Fairfax, Vt. 

J. D. Pope, Peoria, 111. 

M. G. Hodge, Janesville, Wis. 

G. J. John.son, St. Louis, Mo. 

R. A. Fyfe, D. D., Woodstock, Canada. 
R. Atkinson, Ottawa, Kansas. 

T. G. Turner, Warren, R. I. 

Geo. K. Pevear, Roxbnry, Mass. 

Albert D«y, Hartford, Conn., 

Wm. N. Sage, Rochester, N. Y. 

S. A. Crozer, Upland, Pa. 

T. C. Sears, Leavenworth, Kansas. 

Alexander Butcher, Baltimore, Md. 

A. J. Conant, St. Louis, Mo. 

Jos. M. Beck, Fort Madison, Iowa. ^ 

A. J Prescott, Concord, N. H. 
W. H. Sutton, Trenton, N. J. 

CLASS IIL 

B. Sears, D. D., Staunton, Va. 

R. Babcock, D. D., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

H. Day, D. D., Indianapolis, Ind. 

R. Jeffrey, D. D., Cincinnati, O. 

W. W. Everts, D. D., Chicago, 111. 

T. R. HowlPtt, Hndson City, N. J. 

8. Graves, D. D., Norwich, Conn. 

E. Nesbitt, D. D., Fond du Lac, Wis. 

L. Traoy, East Bethel, Vt. 

E. Dodge, D. D., Hamilton, N, Y. 

Wm. Stewart, Brantford, Ontario. 

W. H. Eaton. D. D., Nashua, N. H. 

J. H. Castle, I). D., Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. Owen, Detroit. Mich. 

J. F. Brown, D. D., New Brunswick, N. J. 

J. C. White, Bantror, Me. 
Geo. Callaghan, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Horace Thompson, St. Paul. Minn. 
D. F. Latourette, Fentonville, Mich. 

C. N. Holden, Chicago^ 111. 

A. W. Newman, Burlington, Iowa. 
Stillman Witt, Cleaveland, O. 
G. Colby, Newton. Mass. 
8. Goigate, New York. 
Martin Pearce, Lafeyette, Ind. 



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Executive Commiitee. 

Baron Stow, D. D., J. W. Convtosb, 

S. R. Mason, D. D., G. W. Chipman, 

A. HovBT, D. D., Joshua Lincolit, 

KoBKKT G. Mills, D. D., J. M. 8. Williams. 
G. W. Gabdnbe, D. D. 

Corresponding Secretaries, 

Jonah G. Wabrbn, D.D., ) No. 12 Bedford 
John N. B^ppocK, D.D. ) street, Boston, 

F. A. Smith, Esq., Treasurer. 



Auditing Committee. 

WiuiAM A. Bowdlkab, Esq., 
GioBOK Brooks, Esq. 

District Secretaries. 

Bey. Obrin Dodge, 498 Broadway, N. T., 
Rev. J. B. Pixlet, Worcester, Otsego Co., 

New York, 
Rey . J. V. Ambler, 630 Arch street, Phila., 
Rev. S. M. Osgood, Rev. C. F. Tolmam, 7 

Castom House Place, Chicago, Illinois, 
Rev. Thomas Allen, Dayton, Ohio. 



AMERICAN BAPTIST HOME MISSION SOCIETY. 



The Society held its thirty-seventh anni- 
versary in the Tremont Temple, Boston, 
May 19th, 1869. 

The President, Hon. J. M. Hoyt, of Ohio, 
was in the chair. There were present 266 Life 
Members, 62 Life Directors, and 64 Dele- 
gates, making a total of 392. 

The following extracts from the Report of 
Board wiil show the progress for the year. 

Growth or Late Tears. 

Its rapid growth of late years in the confix 
dence and affection of our wide-reaching de- 
nominational fellowship, is not only encour- 
aging, but inspiring. Think of the fact that 
six years ago less than thirty-six thousand 
dollars constituted its total annual receipts ; 
while the past year we have received into the 
treasury more than one hundred and forty- 
four thousand dollars. The number of la- 
borers then employed was only ninety-six ; 
the number for the year just closed, two 
hundred and seventy-six. 

For the year ending March 31st, 1860, 
churches and individuals from only nineteen 
States and Territories contributed to the 
treasury of the Society, while for the year 
just ended, thirty-two States and Territories 
are represented in the contributions, 

Macedonian and Record. 

About one year since, the Board adopted 
tho following resolution : 

Hesolved, That in the opinion of this Board, 
the much wider circulation of the Maeido- 
nian and Bewrd in the various Home Mission 
fields will greatly Increase the intelligence, 
enterprise, and Christian zeal of the people, 
and that all misnionaries employed hy the So- 
ciety, 66, and hereby are instructed, to take spe- 
cial pains to introduce said paper into as 
many families as possible, and to continue 
their exertions year after year, in promptly 
renewing the subscriptions and increasing 
its circulation. 

By the generous codperation of pastors, 
missionaries, and members, the circulation 
has increased to over iifcy thousand. 

Total Receipts. 
The total receipts for the ydar have been 



somewhat greater than those of the last year 
amounting to one hundred and forty-four 
thousand, thirty-two dollars and five cents 
($144,032.05.;^ 

What was Done with the Monet. 

This money was used, in part, to pay a 
debt of twenty-one thousand dollars, con- 
tracted by the Board the previous year, in 
their great eagerness to support the largest 
number of laborers possible; in part, as 
church edifice loans, to encourage the build- 
ing of meeting-houses ; but mainly to sup- 
port two hundred and seventy-six laborers 
in various parts of North America, who 
preached twenty-four thousand three hun- 
dred and thirty-seven sermons; gathered 
into churches, by baptism and letter, six 
thousand four hundred and eighty-one be- 
lievers; organized sixty-four churches; vis- 
ited, religiously, fifty-five thousand seven 
hundred and two families; held fourteen 
thousand nine hundred and twenty-eight 
prayer-meetings ; assisted in building sev- 
ty-one meeting houses ; prompted the voung 
churches to contribute to benevolent objects, 
oAtside of the support of their own ministry, 
six thousand five hundred and forty-one dol- 
lars and thirty-eight cents, and gathered into 
church schools, for the study of the Scrip- 
tures, thirty-two thousand six hundred and 
seventy-two persons. 

The Work in the South. 

The work in the South has been prosecuted 
with energy and success. Over one-third of 
our missionary force, numerically, has been 
given to those States where slavery formerly 
existed. In the main, the people have re- 
ceived us gladly, and many are cooperating 
with us hear ily. But the destitution is ap- 
palling, and that, too, nut alone among the 
recently emancipated. Your Board are of 
opinion that the States of the great West and 
Northwest, which have been so long and so 
largely aided by this Society, and which have 
grown so rapidly in wealth, in population, 
and in power, should now be called on to ask 
less and help more. With such assistance 
as they can render, and bn blessed in the 
rendering, this Society can carry the peace 
and healiug of the gospel with great rapidity 
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SxcuLAB EDuoAnoir oy FsiDMsir. 

Only as money has been sent to as and de- 
signated for that particular object, have we 
done anything in the way of secular educa- 
tion among the f'reedmen. So great has 
been the confidence felt in the Society as 
"an agency to be loved and trusted," that 
several churches, Sunday-schools, and indi- 
viduals, proposing to sustain teachers in the 
South, have asked us to coismission them, 
and regard them in the light of assistant 
missionaries. This we have done to the full 
extent of their contributions ^ and these 
teachers, being in all instances disciples of 
Christ, have perfomed much valuable mis- 
sionary labor. 

Tbx EDucAnoir or Ck)LOUu> Pbxachebs 

has been carried on with steadily increasing 
interest and energy. All your missionaries, 
not only in the South, but wherever in all the 
land they could gain access to the colored 
race, have received from your Board instruc- 
tions to gather and teach, if poAible, one or 
more classes of freedmen preachers. And 
this work has been done. The economy of 
the method is apparent, since the same 
salary pays both preacher and teacher, and 
the salaries of separate theological professors 
are thus saved. This plan works admirably 
for the older class of preachers. 

For the younger, we have carried out your 
instructions, and continued and Increased 
the theological schools. And never were 
these schools in so prosperous a condition, 
or doing so much good as now. They are 
fountaiiis of moral health and spiritual bles- 
sings to the colored race. 

Indian Missions. 

It will be remembered that, during the war, 
meeting-houses were burned congregations 
and schools were broken up , property was 
destroyed, and missionaries were driven 
f^om the field. In consequence of this de- 
rangement. Secretary Backus visited bolh 
the Pottawatomies and the Cherokees in the 
months of October and November, and was 
enabled to render important service in 
preaching to the natives through interpre- 
ters, and in helping to reorganize the Mis- 
sion. He also advised in the selection of a 
new site for the mission premises among 
the Cherokees, at Tahlequah, the capital of 
the nation, the former site having been de- 
stroyed. 

A title has been secured from the United 
States Government for the lands in our pos- 
session among the Pottawatomies in Kan- 
sas, and the compensation, so long delayed, 
for damages done during the war to the 
Cherokee Mission, has been received. 

The Cherokee printing-press, owned by the 
Society, has been sold during the year to the 
Cherokee nation. Your Board are of opinion 
that the interests, both of the Indians them- 
selves, and of the Home Mission Society, will 
be promoted by this transfer. 

Thb Wouk Amonq Fobugnsbb. 

During the year 1868, 213,686 immigrants 
arrived at the single port of New York. Of 



these, 101,989, or nearly 48 per cent., were 
from Germany, 47,fi71 firora Ireland, 37,687 
ft-om England, Scotland and Wales, 14,620 
from Sweden, and ihe remainder from nearly 
every country in Europe, with a few frona 
South America, Asia, and Australia. A com- 
plete record is kept by the Commissioner of 
Emigration of the countries from which the 
immigrants come, and of their destination. 
This record shows that 101,94h passed imme- 
diately to new homes in the Western States 
and Territories, 66,714 remained in New 
York, and 7,127 went to the SdHliern States. 
Your Board have endeavored to do their 
utmost to carry the light of life to those 
from other lands, who are thus still coming 
to make their homes in America. The work 
has been prosecuted as vigorously as oar 
means would warrant, among the Germans, 
the French, the Swedes, ihe i)ane3, the Nor- 
wegians, the Hollanders, and others. 

Church Edificx Funs. 

The transactions in this department have 
been less than we could have wished, but the 
good done has been very great. Struggling 
churches have been encouraged, ana the 
hands of feebleness have been made strong 
in numerous instances. Church properties 
have been saved from being sacrificed by a 
prompt loan of less than one-quarter of their 
value; and advantageous positions have 
been secured to the denomination by the 
timely employment of this fund. 

Demands for Enlaroembnt. 

I. In the Northwest. — It is true beyond doubt 
that "the rapidity with which the agricultu- 
ral, commercial, and productive resources of 
the great Northwest are increasing is almost 
inconceivable. In 1818, the commerce of 
the great lakes was less than $1,000,000; in 
1841, it was (65,000,000; in 1860, it was $608,- 
000,000; and it now exceeds $1,000,000,000.** 

W^ith these swift marchings of commerce, 
the eospel must keep pace. The religion of 
the New Testament is tull of enterprise. If 
we Baptists fail to administer it witli that 
understanding, God will set us aside, and 
entrust the work to worthier hands. Your 
Board plead for more menfi-r the Northwest, 
and more money to sustain them ; and from 
the people of the Northwest they at the same 
time ask that God be honored by a tenth of 
al! their increase, that the progress of the 
work may be accelerated in the remoter 
West, and in the impoverished South. 

II. Along the Pacific Railvcay. — This great 
highway of the nations is Ju^t now opening. 
It has been carried forward with marvellous 
rapidity. It is remarkable that American 
brains planned it, but American muscle did 
not build it. God sent to us men from Asia, 
— the Chinese,— (o build the embankments 
of its western division, and men from Eu- 
rope,— the Irish, — to build. the embankments 
of the eastern. Over this king's highway, 
Baptist missionaries should be the first to 
travel, sounding out everywhere the mes- 
sages of heaven. It has been said that " tlie 
grain fields of Europe are mere garden 
patches, besides the green oceans which roll" 
on either side of this great railway. From 
soil thus rich, cities will spring up along its 



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line, whose teeming masses most be fed with 
the bread of life. In behalf of these, yoar 
Board entreat for enlargement. We implore 
from the churches more prayer, more faith, 
and more money. 

III. On the Fadfic Ooast^The opening of 
the Pacific Railway enhances vastly the im- 

Sortance of our work upon the Pacific coast, 
h, that we had a hundredfold more men to 
send, and a hundredfold more means to sup- 
port them. Never in the history of the 
world were there such opportunities to do 
great things for Christ, in laying foundations, 
as at the present hour along the Pacific Rail- 
way and «m the Pacific coast. 

IV. Among the Preedmen.'^Every eighth 
man in the United States is o& African de- 
s^'ent. From centuries of bondage and igno- 
rance, God has not only brought this people 
out into liberty, but is begmning to give 
them place and power. The majority of 
therf), who are religious at all, are Baptists. 
What sort of Baptists shall they be? No 
other denomination has so much at stake in 
thiH people as we have. They need schools ; 
they need intelligent preaching and guid- 
ance ; they need, above all things, a truly 
pious and educated leadership, trained up 
from their own ranks. Shall they have it? 

V. In the Bept^lie of Mexico.— God, in his 
^ providence, has opened to us a way into the 
V very heart of this papal land. Though a part 

of the Home Mission field, it has never yet 
been occupied by us. TJ^ population num- 
bers eight millions, mttil recently they 
were all Roman Catholics,— compelled to be 
so by law. But within a few years there has 
been a wonderful overturning. The true 
democratic principles of the tfnited States, 
and the doctrines of religiou- liberty, partic- 
ularly as held and taught by Baptists, have 
proved contagious; so much so that full one- 
third of the people have not only become 
Protestant at heart, but have a strong leaning 
towards the principles and church polity of 
the Baptists. The Catholic Church party and 
the Liberal party have been struggling for 
the mastery m Mexico for many years. At 
length the Church party has had to yield. A 
constitution, granting liberty of worship, 
has been adopted, and now prevails. As a 
result, we hear with joy that thrills us, that 
six small congregations, holding essentially 
the principles of Baptists, have already or- 
ganized themselves, and are worshiping our 
Lord Jesus Christ in the way that Rome calls 
heresy. '1 his seems to be a movement simi- 
lar to'that which occurred years ago in Ger- 
many under Oncken, and later, in Sweden, 
under Wiberg. It is a movement that must 
be fostered. We deem it imperative to send 
two or more men to that field at the earliest 
moment possible. 

The committee appointed at the meeting in 
1868, to consider the education of Freedmen, 
presented the following report, which was 
adopted : 

In view of the magnitude of the work which 
Divine Providence has committed to the 
Baptists of America by the emancipation of 
more than two millions of people sustaining 
denominational reUtions to us, and the ne- 
cessity of educating preachers of the gospel 
as a Christian leadership, it is 

Besolvedf ist, That we recommend to the 



Society, at its next annual meeting, to organ- 
ize a special department in its Board, and to 
elect a Secretary for the prosecution of this 
work ; and that the Secretary so elected shall 
transact the business of the department at 
the rooms in New York, and devote all his 
time and energies to this new department, 
under the direction of the Board. 

Resolved, 2d, That hereafter, in electing 
members of the Board, three brethren shall 
be chosen from Boston or vicinity, with spe- 
cial reference to service on a standing com- 
mittee or five, to be appointed by the Board ; 
and that said committee meet as often as 
they may deem necessary, and report to the 
Board, at least once in three months, all 
measures that relate to the workings of this 
department. 

The following resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, That it is the deliberate sentiment 
of this body, deepened by the experience of 
the meetings of the present year, that a 
three-day's meeting, embracing the several 
great Societies, is the best possible arrange- 
ment in respect to our anniversaries. 

The Board was authorized to appoint a 
committee to confer with other Societies on 
the subject of anniversaries. 

The annual report of the Home Mission So- 
ciety embodies the third annual report of 

Thb National Thiolooical Ivstitutx akd Uni- 

VER8ITT. 

From this it appears that the receipts of 
the Institute, from April 2i, 1868, to M y 16, 
1869, inclusively, have been: 

In donations $10,698 43 

From sales, etc 34 36 

And from Freedmen'n Bureau 344 (K) 

Balance on hand April 24, 1868. 46 19 

$11,122 98 

This is exclusive of avails of Washington 
Fund. 

Expenditures during the same period, ex- 
clusive of disbursements from the Wash- 
ington Fund. $11,118.01; leaving a balance, 
May 14, of $4.97. 

The institutes, or schools, taught for the 
year were four,— at Washington, Kichmond, 
St. Helena, and Augusta,— and special insti- 
tutes, six; total, ten. Number of teachers 
and assistants, ten Preachers and teachers 
under instruction by the year, 215, including 
49 beneficiaries. Taught in the speciMl insti- 
tutes, lo6 preachers and candidates, beside 
hundreds of teachers and other leaders, more 
or less regu'arly present. Average number 
in attendance at all the schools, 688. 

The students in these institutes have been 
regular, industrious, and useful. One of the 
teachers repor«s: ''The conduct of the stu- 
dents generally has been all that could ne 
desired. Never could men work harder, or 
apply themselves more closely. Scarcely one 
has been absent or late at morning irayers, 
or a recitation, since the commencement; of 
the term," 

The students have performed much mis- 
sionary work, A teacher says: "Some have 
gone ten nnd fifteen miles regularly to hold 
meetings and conduct Sundav-hchools; and 
their labors have been blessed to ttie conver- 
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OOHTBIBUnOHB, LABORS, AND RUULTS. 



Total voa Each State. 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Verraont 

Massaohusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

New York 

Mew Jersey 

Pennsylvania. 

Delaware 

District of Columbia- 
Virginia 

West Virginia 

Kentucky 

T'-nnessee 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Alabama 

MiMsissippi 

Louisiana 

Arkansas 

Michigan 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinoit* 

Wisconsin ~. 

Minnesota 

Nebraska 

Iowa 

Missouri 

Kansas ^ 

Indian Territory 

Colorado 

i 'Hlifornia 

Oregon 



$ 732 

1,648 

1.775 

21,831 

2,684 

6.699 

38.296 

6,170 

14,665 

269 

119 

60 

148 

7 

166 

113 

13 



79 60 

6 297 13 

2 391 22 

2,199 48 

l,5iO 6;^ 

1.956 92 

921 94 

205 81 

424 04 

1,418 12 

247 20 

KM) 00 

1,069 26 

447 6(» 

36 90 






1,63 L 

'6CI8 
602 
126 

1,616 
768 
87 

1,049 
660 
443 
719 



291 

10 

289 

1,146 

86 

1,630 

1,246 

2,203 

1,482 

631 

1370 

1,862 

732 

790 

162 

405 

188 



a, -5 



1,428 
62 
7 
175 
285 
387 
123 



77 
136 



184 
92 
68 
83 
46 
87 

329 
47 

196 






.2W 



3 
122 

88 
23 
70 



116 

93 

84 

98 

1-^6 

173 

143 

76 

121 

13 

30 

6 



fl 13.699 03 ?76 24,337 4,424 2,057 61 67,012 15,046 33,036 $6.641 38 1 40 1 31 



16,613 



1,694 
1,297 

367 
2,648 
1,660 

366 
1989 
1,032 

689 

1,439 

30 



316 



6,706 

187 

3,687 

2,666 

6.183 

3,816 

1,282 

3,216 

4,707 

3,856 

680 

663 

909 

442 



18 



1,307 

"323 
368 
230 
979 
377 
33 
406 
314 
154 
323 
^ -6 



166 



26 

1,660 

36 

669 

800 

1,324 

1,063 

666 

1,206 

1,028 

375 

765 

180 

364 

103 



(^^ 



1,260 



660 
666 
253 

4,799 
781 
110 

1,678 
788 

1,280 

1,339 



279 



2,747 

66 

2,242 

1,342 

2,13U 

1,447 

651 

2,272 

3.956 

1,061 

410 

281 

482 

331 



h « 9 
o 



$ ..«. 



346 66 

278 70 

218 06 

7 00 

66 60 
632 76 

11 76 
139 16 

92 89 

26 00 



122 60 
628 98 
23 00 
330 46 
396 78 
621 60 
464 62 
216 36 
1,008 99 
463 90 
164 60 



208 00 
206 85 
78 40 



Officers and Managers. 

President 
Hex. J. M. HoYT, Cleveland, Ohio. 



Vice-Presidents. 

iM BUCKNELL, Phils 

Hon. Wh. M. McPhebson, St. Louii 



Hon. William Bucknell, Philadelphia, Pa. 
uis. Mo. 



Treasurer 

Kbenezee Cauldwell, Esq , New York. 
J. M. Whitehead, AssittHnt Treasurer. 

Auditors. 

WiLUAM PflELPS, Esq., New York. 
AtBiRT B. Cap WELL, Esq., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Corresponding Secretaries. 

Rev. Jay 8. Bacifs, D. D., of Northern and 
Western Department. 

Rev. James B. HuaMOKa, of Education and 
Southern Department. 

Rev. E. E. L. TAYLoa, of Church Edifice De- 
partment. 

Recording Secretary. 
Rev. Wm. Hague, D. D., Chicago, 111. 

Managers. 
FIRST CLASS. 
Rev. David Moore, D. D., Brooklyn, N. Y 
Rev. Wayland Hoyt, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rev. Robert Lowry, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Rev. Wm. T. Dixon, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
S. S. Constant, Esq., New York. 



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SECOND CLASS. 

Rev. H. C. Pish, D. D., Newark, N. J. 
Rev. T. D. Anderson, D. D., New York. 
Smith Sheldon, Esq., New York. 
Nathan Bishop, LL.D., New York. 
J. Q. Preble, Esq., New York. 

THIRD CLASS. 
D. M. Wilson, Esq., Newark, N. J. 
Jacob F. WyckofF, New York. 
Rev. T. Armitage, D. D., New York. 
Rev. L. A. Grimes, Boston, Mass. 
Rev. J. D. Fulton, Boston, Mass. 



District Seoretariet and Qenenil MiMiomriet. 

Rev. A. P. Mason, D. D., 69 Washington Street, 

Boston, Mass. 
Rev. James Frknch, Rochester, New York. 
Rev. Thomas Swaik, D. D., 630 Arch Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rev. A. B. Mather, Detroit, Mich. 
Rev. Joel W. Fish, Fox Lake, Wis. 
Rev. Amoiit Qals, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Rev. S. M. Stihson, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Rev. Robert Atkinson, Ottawa, Kansas. 
Rev. S. B. Page, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Rev. L N. HoBART, Chicago, III. 
Rev. P. P. Bishop, Pilatka, Fla. 



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The forty-fifth anniversary was held in Tre- 
mont Temple, Boston, on Thursday, May 20th, 
1869. The President, Wm. Phelps, Esq., of 
New York, in the chair. There were present 
26 Life Managers, 68 Life Members, and 17 
Annual Members, in all 111. The annual ser- 
mon was preached by the Rev. G. D..B. Pep- 
per, D. D., of Crozer Theological Seminary. 

The report of the Board indicates steady 
and encouraging progress. During the year 
Branch Depositories were opened at New 
York and St. Louis, and a Depot of Supplies 
for Colporteurs in the Northwest at Chicago. 
"The Board regard the opening of these 
branches as marking an important era in 
the history of the Society's progress. Three 
new centres of distribution, influence, and 
power have been added. 

Receipts. 
The receipts of the Society, in all depart- 
ments, amount to $272,160.63. Of this sum 
$227,083.88 were received in the Business, and 
$46,076.76 in the Missionarv department. The 
increase over last year in the business i9f36,- 
973.31. The increase in the Missionary de- 
partment is $1,744.60. The total jgain in the 
two departments over the receipts of the 
previous year is $37,748.00. 

Missionary Colportasx. 
Sixiy-flve Colporteurs and Sunday-school 
Missionaries have been at work during ttie 
year. They have been distributed as follows 



N ew Jersey , 

New York 1 

; North Carolina. 1 

! Oregon 1 

Pennsylvania 2 

. Routh Carolina. 3 

Tennessee 1 

Texas 1 

I Virginia 3 

1 West Virginia. 1 

, Wisconsin 1 

I Canada. 3 

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SUNDAT-SOHOOI MISSION AND COLPOBTXITH WOBK 

These humble and faithful laborers to^ 
gether report the following summary of 
work and results : 



Georgia 1 

Illinois 6 

Indiana. 8 

Iowa 12 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 1 

Maine 1 

Marvland 1 

Micnigan 2 

Mmnesota 2 

Missouri 14 

Nebraska 3 



Number of davs of service... 

" " miles travelled — 

** ** volumes sold -. 

** " volumes given away— 

** " pages of tracts distributed 

" " sermons preached 

*• ** prayer-meetings held 

^< " persons baptized 

« " families visited - 

« " families found without the 

Bible 

" " families supplied with the 

Bible 

" " Sunday-schools organised 

** " churches constituted 

** " visits on vessels 

" " Bibles given to seamen.... 



13,991 

196,618 

60,860 

9,621 

614,170 

6,160 

8,648 

^980 

^,948 

1,780 

2,188 
260 

48 
3,821 

48 



Mission Work fok ths Last Sbvinvxin Ynaeb. 

During the last seventeen years, the follow- 
ing summary of work has been reported : 

Number of days of service... 166,009 

" miles travelled. 1,144^8 

" " volumes sold 414,426 

« ** volumes given to the 

poor — 66,686 

M M pages of tracts distri- 
buted 4,927,938 

** ** sermons preached 60,045 

«« " prayer-meetings held. — 34,388 

'* " persons baptised 10,021 

« « families visited 631,436 

«* " families found without 

the Bible 12,848 

" " families supplied with 

the Bible 9,747 

" " visits on vessels 24,821 

" " Sunday-schools orga- 
nized 1,220 

** " Bibles given to seamen.. 48 

" " churches constituted 808 

" " ministers supplied with 

libraries 632 

" " colored ministerial stu- 
dents supplied with li- 
braries, from a special 

Amd 86 

" " Sunday-schools to which 
libraries and other 
grants have been made 1,486 



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ASSOGIinONAL COLPORTAOB. 

In the report last year, we suggested the 
desirableness and feasibility of each Baptist 
asRociation sustaining a colporteur within its 
own bounds. Two States have made a practi- 
cal application of the suggestion. Iowa has 
seventeen associations, ten of which support 
each a colporteur. In Missouri, seven asso- 
ciations are supporting colporteurs in their 
respective fields, and with blessed results. 

To aid associations in the support of the 
colporteur they may select and recommend 
to the Society for appointment, it will allow 
him 25 per cent, on his sales, and will also 
allow him tracts and books equal to 10 per 
cent, on his sales, to give away to the poor 
and destitute on his field. 



Ck)LPOBTAaX A MlSSZOlTART WOBX. 

Colportage, as conducted by the Society^s 
pre-eminently a missionary work^ and one tnHt 
18 not performed by our other Societies. The 
colporteur is a pioneer mibsionart. He goes 
before the pastor and the home missionary, as 
their forerunner. There are in our country 
thousands of sparsely- settled sections, where 
things are not ready for the missionary. Into 
these the colporteur goes, to prepare them for 
the cultivation of others. He passes from 
house to house, be they cabins or mansions, 
— ^not as a book-peddler, but as a man of God, 
preachinq the gospel from door to door^ intent 
upon saving souls. In connection with the dis- 
tribution of good books, he converses with 
each member of the family on personal reli- 
gion, exhorts them to repentance, reads to 
them God's word, and kneels with them in 
prayer, and tracts and books are left. The 
Society, by its colporteurs, have made nearly 
PORTT THOUSAND such visits duriug the past 
year! 

After the families of the neighborhood are 
thus visited, then a Sunday-school la formed. 
If circumstances favor, a protracted meeting 
is held in the log school-house, which often 
results in conversions, and sometimes in the 
organization of a church, and thus the way is 
prepared for the home missionaiy. Many 
sucn instances have come to the knowledge 
of the Board. 

New Publications. 

There have been issued during the year 
forty-four new publications, as follows: 
25 Sunday-school Library Books. 

2 Sunday-school Monthly Lesson Papers. 

3 Denominational and Historical Works. 
1 Treatise on Illustrative Teaohing. 

1 Package of Short Texts for Sunday-school 

Rewards. 
1 Lord's Prayer, in Burmese, Karen, and 

English. 
11 Tracts in the Regular Series. 
The aggregate number of copies of new 

{mblications Issued during the year, includ- 
ng the Year-Book and Annual Report, is 
161,500. 

New Editions of Forvxr Publications. 

Of Books..- 451,400 copies. 

Of Tracts .820,000 copies. 



TOUNO RiAPBB. 

There have been issued during the ' 

2,110,960 copies of the Young Reaper, d 

on the Ist of the month, and 964,980 copies, 
dated on the 15th of the month, making alto- 
((ether 3,075,940 copies. The average month ly 
issue of the number published on the Ist of 
the month is 175,913, and the average monthly 
issue of the number published on the 15th of 
the month is 80,415. The average monthly is* 
sue of the two combined is 256,328. 

National Baptist. 

The aggregate number of copies of the 
National Baptist published during the year, 
is 236,882, making an average weekly issue of 
4,555. 

Baptist Quabtirlt. 

Seven thousand two hundred and fifty num- 
bers of the Baptist Quabtzblt have been is 
sued during the year. 

Total Isbubb pob thb Ybab. 

During the fiscal year there have been is- 
sued, of books, tracts, Ac, 1,508,000 copies, 
equal to 84,118,300 18mo. pages; of Young 
Reaper, 3,075,000 copies, equal to 92,278,200 
18mo. pages; of National Baptist, 236,882 
copies, equal to 43,568,520 18mo. pages; of 
Baptist Quarterly, 7,250 copies, equal to 
2,880,000 18mo. pages; total number, 4,827,132 
copies, equal to 222,845,020 18m o. pages. 

This exceeds the issues of last year by 
40,010,134 pages. 

The Society has printed of books, pamph- 
lets, tracts, periodicals, &c., since its organi- 
zation, 32,685,391 copies, containing matter 
equal to 1,228,253,710 pages ia 18mo. 

The whole number of publications on the 
Society's Catalogue, at the present time, is 
1,026, of which 502 are bound volumes. 

Gbants. 

Donations have been made to church mem- 
bers, pastors, missionaries of the Home Mis- 
sion Society and State Conventions; to Tract 
Societies and Young People's Associations; 
to churches, associations, and conventions ; 
to schools, colleges, universities, and theo- 
logical seminaries ; to homes, houses of re- 
fuge, prisons, and alms-houses. 

These grants have been widely distributed, 
extending to Alabama, Arkansas, California, 
Colorado, Connecticut, Dacotah, Delaware, 
District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Il- 
linois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, 
Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine, 
Mississippi, Nebraska New Jersey, New York, 
New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Ore- 

f;on. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Caro- 
ina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Vireinia, 
West Virginia, Wisconsin, Africa, Burmah, 
Nova Scotia, and other places. 

The colporteurs, Sunday-school mission- 
aries, and district secretaries have distri- 
buted among the poor and destitute on their 
fields, 9,521 books and 514,170 pages of tracts, 
valued at $3,032.29. . 

Libraries, Testaments, Young Reapers, or 
requisites, have been given to 285 Sunday- 
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There is no part of the Society's varied 
benevolent work in which the Board take 
more pleasure than in making small addi- 
tions of good books to the scanty libraries of 
needy but worthy ministers. This is increas- 
ing the power and influence of those whose 
life-work is to influence others. The value 
of a few choice books, to a minister who has 
none, cannot be expressed. 

Small libraries, amounting to about $16.00 
each, of well- selected books, have been sent, 
during the year, to 47 white and to 28 colored 
ministers, — ^76 in all. 

Grants of $10.00 worth of books have also 
been made to twenty colored students for the 
ministry. Two hundred and thirty others 
have each been supplied with one or more 
volumes. 

The money value of the various grants for 
the year amounts to 112,566.83. 

THE BIBLE SOCIETY. 

Eaily in the year, the Board of the Ameri- 
can and Foreign Bible Society sought a con- 
ference with the Board of this Society on the 
desirableness of a union of the two societies. 
A number of meetings were held, and the 
result of the consultation is the adoption and 
recommendation by each Board of the fol- 
lowing basis of agreement: 

Basis of Uinoir between the " Akericait Ain> 
FoAEioir Bible Sooiett" and the " Akkbioan 
Baptist Pubuoation Society." 

1. That the first article of the constitution 
of the American Baptist Publication Society 
shall be altered so as to read, ** The name of 
this Society shall be either 'The American 
Baptist Publication and Bible Society,' (as 
preferred by the Board of the Publication 
Society,)— * The Bible and Publication So- 
ciety of American Baptists,* (as preferred by 
the Board of the Bible Society,)" or any other 
suitable name which the united Society may 
select. 

2. That the second article of the constitu- 
tion of the American Baptist Publication So- 
ciety shall be altered so as to read, "The 
object of this Society shall be to promote 
evangelical religion by means of the Bible, 
the Printing Press, Col portage, and the Sun- 
day-school,'^ or words to that effect. 

3. That the rights and privileges of the Life 
Members and Directors of the American and 
Foreign Bible Society shall be recognized 
and allowed by the American Baptist Pubii- 
ca.ion Society. 

4. That the property of the American and 
Foreign Bible Society, consisting of Scrip- 
tures, stereotype plates, Ac, after all its lia- 
bilities are liquidated, shall be made over to, 
and used by the American Baptist Publication 
Societv in Bible work. 

6. That the American and Foreign Bible 
Society shall not transfer any pecuniary Iia> 
bility to the American Baptist Publication 
Society. 

6. The American Baptist Publication So- 
ciety shall prosecute tiie Bible work, as now 
carried on by the American and Foreign Bible 
Society, to the extent of the means furnished 
for tbAt purpose ; and shall, as a Bible Society, 
use All suitable eflbrts for the procurement 



of such means, and the performance of such 
work 

In view of this action of the Board, the 
following resolutions were adopted : 

Resolved^ That this Society heartily approves 
of the "Basis of Union" with the American 
and Foreign Bible Society, as agreed upon by 
the Boards of the respective Societies, and 
hereby instructs its Board of Managers on 
the one part to carry out the proposed plan, 
and enter with all possible efficiency ana dis- 
patch upon the Bible work. 

Beiolved^ That the Society adopt the basis 
of union. 

Resolved^ That the Society adopt an amend- 
ment to the second article of the constitu- 
tion, defining the object of the Society. The 
amendment to consist in the insertion of the 
words " The Bible" immediately before the 
words "the Printing Press." Ac, making the 
article, as amended, read, " The object of this 
Society shaU be to promote evangelical religion 
by means of the Bible, the Printing Press, Col- 
portage, and the Sunday-school" 

Icesoloed, That the Society shall prosecute, 
from this time, the Bible work, to the extent 

OF THE MEANS FURNISBKD FOR THE PURPOSE, and 

that the Board be instructed to use all suit- 
able efforts for the procurement of such 
means and the performance of such work. 

Resolved. 1 hat when the Society adjourns, 
it shall adjourn to meet, at a time to be desig- 
nated by the Board, after the Bible Society 
shall have obtained the necessary legislation, 
and is prepared to make a legal transfer of 
itself to this Society. 

Resolved, That at this adjourned meeting 
the Bible Society shall be received, and a 
name shall be selected by the united Society, 
in accordance witli article first of the basis 
of agreement. 

Resolved, That when the Bible Society is 
actually transferred, and the name has been 
selected, the Society shall so ameiid article 
first of the constitution as to change the 
name of the Society into " The American Bap- 
tist Publication nrul Bible Society," or " The 
Bible and Publication Society of American Bap- 
tists," or into any other suitable name that 
the united Society may select. 

Officers and Managers. 

President. 
Wm. Phelps, Esq., N. 7. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Samuel A. Orozer, Esq., Pa. 
C. N. HoLDEN, Esq., 111. 
Hon. J. Warren Merrill, Mass. 
Frankun Wilson, D. D., Md. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
BiNjAMiN Griffith, D. D. 

Recording Secretary. 
Rev. James Cooper. 

Treasurer. ^• 
WxLUAM V. PifffXT, Esq. 



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Managers. 

J.Wheaton Smlth.D.D., P; S. Henson, D. D^ 
W. F. Hansen, D. D., J. M. Pendleton, D. D., 
W. Randolph, D. D., Rev. Geo. A. Pelts, 
J. H. Castle, D. D., Rey. A. J. Sage, 
BeT. Wm. Gathcart, H. G. Weston, D. D., 
G. W. Anderson, D. D., Rev. J. S. Kennard. 



Mr. Wm. W. Keen, 
Mr. Thomas Wattson, 
Mr. Henry Groskev, 
Mr. Wm.Bucknell, 
Mr. Samael G. Lewis, 
Mr. Chas. F. Abbott, 



Mr. H. G. Jones, 
Mr. Geo. Nugent, 
Mr. Geo. K. Grocer, 
Mr. W. Butcher, 
Mr. Park H. Gassady, 
Mr. H. J. Mulford, 



Mr. Geo. Gallaghan. 

(HIiew and Committees of the Board. 

Chairtnan. Recording Secretary, 

Mr. Wm. Buokmul. J. H. Castle, D. D. 
Editor ana Awiatant Trea»wrer. 
BurjAMiN GairriTB, D. D. 
Butinew Committee. 
Rey. J.Wheaton Smith, Bey. Wm. F. Hansell* 
Mr. S. A. Grozer, Mr. Park H. Gassady, 

Mr. Wm. Bucknell, Mr. Geo. Gallaghan, 
Mr. Geo. 2. Grozer, Mr. W. Butcher, 



Mr. QfQ, Nugent, 

Mr. S. G. 



ICr.H. J. Mulford, 
. Lewis. 



Committee of Publication, 

Rey. W. Randolph, 
Rey. A. J. Sage, 
Key. G. W. Anderson, 
Rey. Wm. Gathcart, 
Rey. P. 8. Henson, 



Rey. J. H. Castle, 
Rey. J. M. PendJeton, 
Rey. G. A. Peltz, 
Rey. J. S. Kennard, 
Rey. H. G. Weston, 



Mr. C. F. Abbott, 



Mr. H. G. Jones. 



Distriot Seoretaries. 

Rey. Silas Ilslbt, for New Tork; address* 
76 East Ninth Street, New Tork. 

Rey. J. B. Olgott, for Ohio Riyer District. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Rey. W. 0. Child, D. D., for New Eneland 
District, No. 2 Tremont Temple, Boston, If ass. 

Rey. SiDVKT Dtbb, for Central District; ad* 
dress, 630 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rey. G. R. Blackall, Lake District; address. 
7 Custom House Place, Chicago, 111. 

Rey. H. Dandels, for Northwest^ District ; 
address, Winona, Minn. 

Rey. G. J. Johnson, for West Mississippi 
District; address, 209 North Sixth Street, St. 
Louis, Mo. 



AMERICAN AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. 



The twenty-second anniyersary was held in 
the Tremont Temple, Boston, ^lay 20th, 1869. 

The President, Hon. D. M. Wilson, of New 
Jersey, «fas in the chair. 

Thirty-six Life Members and twenty-fiye 
Annual Members were present. 

HOKI AND FORUON DiSTUBVTION. 

From the annual report of the Board, it 
appears that about 600 Sunday schools haye 
recelyed grants of Scriptures during the 
year; the number of Scriptures distributed 
to the freedmen, during the last eighteen or 
twenty months, falls little short of 18,000. 
mostly of the large print I'estaments ana 
Psalms; 600 copies of the same haye been 
granted to the Cherokee Indians; and a large 
number of Scriptures haye been circulated 
among seamen. The foreign appropriations 
have oeen, — for Chinese Scriptures, $1,000; 
for Burman and Karen, $1,000; for German 
and Swedish, $4,60a; for Japanese, $390; a 
total of $6,830. 

RlOUPTS AND EXPXNDITURSS. 

Yhe total receipts, including a balance on 
h«nd at the commencement of the year, were 
$30,186.46; the total expenditures, $29,629.82; 
leaving a balance in the treasury of $666.64. 

Union with thi Amiaican Baptist Pubuoation 

SOCISTT. 

The Board referred to the efforts made for a 
union with the Publication Society, and recom- 
mend that it should be oonauznmated for the 
following reasons : 

1. A widely-prevalent oonvlotion Among oar 



churches, that the number of appeals annually 
made to them, for the exercise of their benevo- 
lence, is too great ; by their very frequency, 
rendering them either inoperative or very un- 
welcome. This conviction may, or may not be 
right: but since it prevails extensively and in- 
creasingly, it seems obvious -to us that we must 
recognize it, and in some sense be guided l^ 
it. The convenience of the churches is there- 
fore the first resison for the change. 

2. It has been supposed, moreover, that 
greater economy would result from a concen- 
tration of our oenevolent societies as far as 
possible. This also, whether ri^ht or wrong, 
since the conviction exists, and is powerftilty 
operative in many minds, must be taken into 
consideration by us, and yielded to so iar as 
deemed Just : for certainly, at such a time as 
this, none of us would hesitate to insist on 
rigid economy in using the funds, gathered 
with such difiBcultv and scantiness, to meet the 
urgent demands for evangelizing the world. 

3. Nor need we disguise the fact, that from 
certain untoward events in our history, con- 
nected with the loss of the Bible House in this 
city a few years since, many, who once gener- 
ously contributed to our treasury, have had 
their ardor cooled, and have come to feel in 
the end less confidence than they otherwise 
would in the management of the Society. 
However truthful fuid earnest the protesta- 
tions which have been set before them, that 
this calamitous result was in no decree at- 
tributable to those now entrusted with the 
Society's interests and honor, it still has failed 
to meet and overcome an inveterate prejudice, 
and tjiarefore the oontinuanoe of these causes 
of aUflaatian should, If possible, be removed. 



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The committee appointed by the Society, In 
1868, on the subject of union in' the Bible work, 
reported the basis of union agreed upon by 
tnem with the American Baptist Publication 
Society, and adopted by the Boards of the two 
Bocieties. 

The Board was thereupon instructed to take 
early and prompt action to consummate the 
union with the American Baptist Publication 
Society, on the basis now adopted. 

The Society instructed the Board to apply 
for legislative authority to transfer its work, 
membership, assets, and legacies to the Ameri- 
can Baptist Publication Society. 

They also instructed the Board, for the sake 
of economy, to combine their collecting agencv 
with that of the American Baptist Publication 
Society; and also to report all their receipts 
and disbursements for the year to the Publica- 
tion Society, so that a complete account of the 
results by both Societies may appear in the 
annual report of the latter organization. 

It also authorized the President to accept for 
the Society the invitation to meet with the 
Publication Society, in- the afternoon and even- 
ing, to discuss the importance of prosecuting 
a neater Bible work as a denomination : 

To adjourn to meet, at the call of the Board, 
to make the le^al transfer to the Publication 
Society,— authority having been obtained from 
the Legislature,— and to adjourn finally. 

In concluding their report, the Board give 
the following 

SUMMAKT RISULT8 OF LABOBI. 

It cannot but be interesting to contemplate 
the results of the endeavor, wnich we ana our 
fathers, now passed away to their reward, have 
accomplished in the third of a century since 
the incipient formation of our Society. For a 
portion of this period, ttie returns from the 
foreign fields, or a portion of them, have been 
less definite and rail than we could desire; 
but, according to the best data now accessible, 
the results appear as follows: The entire 
amount of receipts, (not including those for 
real estate,— the Bible House enterprise,) has 
been, from all sources,— churches, individual 
contributions, remittances from auxiliaries, 
legacies, and receipts from the sale of Scrip- 
tures, etc., $1,106,680.92, showing an average of 
$33,533 nearly, each year. Never have they 
exceeded this sum much more than one-third 
in the best years, nor fallen short more than 
about one-half of this sum in the scantiest 
year. Considering the great fluctuations of 
various kinds which have occurred in this 
third of a century, such a measure of uniform- 
ity is remarkable. But the more important 
feet is, that so wisely and economically have 
these receipts been expended, as to put into 
circulation in our own country and in foreign 
lands 2,230,583 volumes of Scriptures, pretty 
nearly even divided between home and foreign 
issues. The cost of translations and revisions, 
in many instances, has been large, which is 
also included. The Lord be thanked for this 
amount of success I 

Officers and Managers. 

President 

Hon. D. M. Wiisoir, New Jersey. 
B2 



Vioe-Pretideate. 

Hon. Isaac Davis, LL. D , Massachusetts. 

Rev. A. D. GiLLBTTX, D. D., Washington, D. C. 

Rev. M. B. A5DEES0N, LL. D., New York. 

Thomas Wattson, Esq., Pennsylvania. 

Hon. Iea Harris, LL. D., New York. 

W. W. Todd, Esq., New York. 

Rev. Silas Bailet, D. D., Michigan. 

Rev. J. C. BuRROuoHS, D. D., Illmois. 

Hon. Albert Day, Connecticut. 

Rev. N. H. Read, Michigan. 

William Bucknell, Esq., Pennsylvania. 

Rev. J. B. Thomas, D. D., Illinofe. 

Hon. Alrio Hubbkll, New York. 

Rev. G. J. JoHNsoK, Missouri. 

Rev. Alexis Caswell, D. D., Rhode Island. 

T. G. Jones, Esq., Minnesota. 

E. E, Barney, Esq., Ohio. 

Rev. A. K. P. Small, Maine. 

Rev. Carlton Parker, Maine. 

E. D. Jones, Esq., Missouri. 

John Dowley, Esq., New York. 

Rev. J. E. Johnson, Wisconsin. 

Hon. P. P. RuNYON, New Jersey. 

J. S.IBROWN, Esq., New Hampshire. 

Rev. N. CoLVER, D. D., Illinois. 

Geo. W. Chipm4N» Esq., Massachusetts. 

Rev. W. M. Pratt, Kentucky. 

Rev. Wm. Hague, D. D., Massachusetts. 

Rev. S. CoRNEUUs, Michigan. 

Rev. John Cameron, Upper Canada. 

Rev. M. G. Hodge, D. D., Wisconsin. 

Rev. R. Atkinson, Kansas. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Rev. RuFUS Babcook, D. D. 

Treasurer. 

UzAL D. Ward, Esq. 

^ Recording Secretary. 

Rev. Chribtophxb Rhodes. 

Managera. 

FIRST CLASS. 

(To Serve for Three Years.) 

J. W. Stevens, Esq., Sam'l Raynor, Esq., 
George Grault, Esq., Wm. Hagar, Esq., 
H. M. Baldwin, Esq., Theo. Todd, Esq., 
Qeo. E. Perine, Esq. 

SECOND CLASS. 

(To Serve for Two Tearh.) 

Rev. E. T. Hiscox,D.D., J. B. Trevor, Esq., 
U. D. Ward, Esq., Rev. R. Babcock, D. D., 

Jas. L. Brumley, Esq., Rev. Chris. Rhodes, 
S. S. Constant, Esq. 

THIRD CLASS. 

( To Serve for One Tear.) 

Hon. D. M. Wilson, Rev. W. S. Mikels, D.D., 
Jas. Boughton, Esq., Rev. Robert Lowry, 
Peter Balan, Esq.. Rey. J. Dowling, D. D.. 
Rev. W. H. Parmly, D. 0. 



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AMEKIOAN BIBLE UNION. 



[Objections were made to the insertion of 
the American Bible Union in the Year-Book, 
on the ground that this was to claim it as a 
Baptist Society, while it was really strictly 
undenoRiinationa! in its character, as truly so 
as the American Bible Society, or the Ameri- 
can Tract Society. In order to act advisedly 
in regard to the matter, a letter was addressed 
to the Corresponding Secretary, stating the 
objection and asking whether itshould be pat 
among our Baptist Societies. In reply he 
says, "I see no reason, whatever, why the 
American Bible Union should not appear in 
our Year-Book." On this authority, there- 
fore, it is inserted here.l 

The American Bible Union convened for its 
Twentieth Anniversary in the Mariners* Tem- 
ple, New York, on Wednesday, October 20th, 
at 9 o*clock A. M., and continued through that 
day and the next. In numbers, interest, and 
enthusiasm, the meetings surpassed those of 
preceding years. Sweet seasons of prayer, 
cordial fraternal conference at the hours for 
lunch and tea, able reports from committees, 
and sound, stirring speeches, as well as prac- 
tical measures for the wider success or the 
work, and a good round collection of funds 
for the cause, were among the features of the 
gathering. 

The President, Dr. Armitage, having failed 
to reach home from Europe, Rev. T. D. Ander- 
feon, D. D., Vice-President, presided. 

We make the following extracts from the 



AznniAL BxPOBf. 
Large attention continues to be bestowed 
upon the condition of our Southern States. 
The need and demand for the gratuitous dis- 
tribution of the Revised Scriptures among the 
destitute in that region of our beloved coi^ 
try, increase with the enlarged facilities of 
elementary education. Improving upon the 
primary books already issued, we have pre- 
pared a book of one hundred and thirty pages, 
called the Bible Primer, which gives great 
satisfaction wherever it is introduced. Many 
thousands have been printed, and they are 
used not only at the South, but also at the 
East and West. For these, and for the Testa- 
ments of all sizes, but especially for those 



prepared for Sunday-schools, the demand for 
gratuitous distribution always greatly ex- 
ceeds the means at our disposal. 

The Spanish Scriptures have assumed a 
new phase of interest, intense and absorbing. 
A special correspondence has been opened, 
which is likely to result in the wide-spread 
dissemination of our Revised Spanish Testar 
ment in Spain itself. In accordance with a 
plan of operations already adopted, the Tes- 
tament has undergone another revision, and 
the set of plat(>s t>elonging to the Union in 
Edinburgh nas been corrected and improved. 
A new edition has been printed from them for 
use in Great Britain. Alter the plates are 
properly cleaned and retouched, a third set 
18 to be cast, and the original plates are to be 
transferred to the capital of Spain, to be 
printed from , acoordlng to the demand. The 
arraAg6m«nti th«re made for th« extensive 



circulation of this excellent version are of the 
most hopeful character. 

The Book of Exodus has been revised by 
Dr. Hackett, with the aid of another eminent 
scholar. But the condition of Dr. Haokett*a 
health prevents him for the present from pre- 
paring it for the press. He nas suffered froni 
serious illness during the present year, and 
has not yet recovered from its effects. He 
hopes soon to resume his work for the Union. 
The probability is, that, alter the first of 
May next, he will transfer h<s labors to the 
New Testament in our employ, and at the 
same time be connected with an institutioa 
of great and deserved celebrity. The differ- 
ence of location consequent on this antici- 
pated change, and variety of occupation, are 
expected decidedly and permanently to bene- 
fit bis health. 

Judges and Ruth, also fi-om the pen of Dr. 
Hackett, and Joshua, and First and Second 
Samuel, revised by Dr. Bliss, are finished, and 
Dr. Bliss is engaged in revising the First 
Book of Klngff ■ 

Nearly one hundred pages of the Psalms, 
as revised bv Dr. Gonant, are already in type, 
and the work of revising and printing is pro- 
ceeding with great energy. Of these various 
books, specimens in manuscript and type 
will be placed in the hands of the committees 
appointed by you. 

Brother Lord has been retarded in his 
work, the translation of the Testament into 
the Chinese character and the Ningpo Collo- 
quial, by the sickness and death or his be- 
loved and eminently useful wife, and by his 
own ill health. He has been wonderfully sus- 
tained by divine grace, and is resuming his 
labors with vigor. 

The following extract of a letter from him, 
dated August 16th, 1869, and received this 
month, shows that the press and accompany- 
ing t^pe have not yet been forwarded to him : 
**Your favor of June the 21st came to hand 
by the last mail. I am sorry to learn that 
my specification was too indefinite, and so 
had caused delay. I shall, of course, try to be 
patient, and I doubt not it will all turn out for 
the best Had the press and type come to 
hand, nothing could be done with them till 
the hot weather is over, as this and other 
duties, which cannot well be laid aside, ex- 
haust all my strength." 

An Indian version, the translation of the 
Gospel by Matthew into the Maya tongue, 
the language of a tribe of American Indians, 
has been forwarded to us in manuscript by 
the translator. Rev. Alexander Henderson, of 
Belise, Honduras. Brother Henderson has 
enjoyed the most favorable opportunities of 
studying this language from his residence 
for many years in the vicinity of this tribe, 
and we know of no reason to doubt his com- 
petency as a translator. The tribe is numer* 
ous and influential, and the field of useful- 
ness, that would be opened by printing the 
version, is very inviting. We hope that the 
Union will soon fUrnish the Board with the 
requisite means for printing and circulating 
the book. 



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Brother Henderson would follow it with 
other parts of the Testament, for which he 
has long been preparing. 

Rev. A. Wiberg, the Oncken of Sweden, has 
addressed to us a long and deeply interesting 
letter, under date of September 7, 1869, press- 
ing upon the Bible Union some of the strong- 
est reasons for revising the Swedish version 
of the Sacred Scriptures. He recommends, 
as a person every way qualified to conduct 
the work, a brother thoroughly educated and 
distinguished for his knowledge of Hebrew, 
Syriac, Greek, and Arabic. This matter is 
one of the gravest importance, and will claim 
yonr attention through a committee. 

The Board have had under consideration 
the question of appointing a Southern Cor- 
responding Secretary, to reside constantly at 
the South, surrounding himself with brethren 
capable of advising and assisting him, and 
superintending all our business in that quar- 
ter, raising mon«*y, directing appropriations, 
employing agents, and dififusing intelligence, 
by means of the press, and otherwise, as 
needed. They recommend the project to 
vou, and in case you adopt it, they suggest 
the name of the brother whom they regard 
as qualified to occupy the position. 

In closing this report, it affords us Intense 
delight to testify to the unceasing thankful- 
ness due from us for the honor conferred 
upon us by the Author of the Bible. 

On motion of Dr. Wyckoff, article 7 of the 
constitution was altered so as to read, instead 
of "the Executive Board of the Union shall 
consist of twenty- seven Managers," the Ex- 
ecutive Board of the Union shall eoneist of 
forty-tvoo Managere. 

A motion that ** eleyen members shall con- 
stitute a quorum at any regular meeting of 
the Board " was referred to the Executive 
Board, with power. 

Finally, on motion of Dr. Chadsey, it was 

Resolved^ That the Board, in determining 
the number of its body that shall constitute 
a quorum (which has been referred to it), be 
directed to conform their action to the laws 
of the State. 

On the suggestion of the Corresponding 
Secretary, it was 

Voted^ To create the ofSoe of Southern 
Corresponding Secretary, and authorize the 
Board to fill it. 

The Committee on Nominations reported 
the 1 1st of officers and managers. The report 
was adopted. 

Ths Tkbasuker's Report 

was read by Key. W. D. Wright 
Expenditures.— Balance due Treasurer last 

?rear, $2,876.08; cash paid for revision of Eng- 
ish Scriptur<>s, $7,691.60; grants and dona- 
tions, $9,134.97; Chinese Scriptures, $2,959.47; 
Bible Union Quarterly and tracts, $049.76; 
Bible House account, principal, interest, re- 
pairs, $3,419.28; bocks for revisers. $586.78; 
contingent expenses, postage, fuel, interest, 
etc., $973.99; books ordered for customers, 
$52.5.S ; salaries and expenses of agents, $9,- 
727.37; rent, $187.60; insurance, $110.00; pub- 
lication and distribution of English Scrip- 
tures, $13,513.36; legal services in will cases 
and revenue taxes, $331.78; officers' salaries, 
$6,689.90; specified objects, $666.85 ; expenses 



of officers and speakers, $520.16; engraving, 
printing, and filling certificates, $269.33; an- 
niversary expenses, $55 ; total, $61,715.71. 

Receipts.— Cash receipts from all sources, 
$58,368.80; balance due Treasurer, $3,346.91; 
total, $61,716.71. 

Officers and Managers. 

President. 
Rev. Thohas AEiaTAGi, D. D. 

Vioe-Presidonts. 

Rev. G. W. Eaton, D.D., l^res. Madison Unlv*y. 

Rev. W. K. PsNDLETON, Pres. Bethany Col. 

Rev. J. M. Ckamp, D. D., Pres. Acadia Col. 

Rev. H. G. WESTON,D.D.,Pres.Crozer ThecSera. 

Rev. J. R, LooKis, LL. D., Pres. Lewisb'g U*y. 

Rev. T. G, Jones, D. D., Pres. Richmond Col. 

Rev. S. Talbot, D. D. Pres. Deoison Univ*y. 

Rev. Wm. C. Ceane, D. D., Pres. Baylor UnVy. 

Rev. B. H. Smith, Pres. Chr. University. 

Bev. S. W. I^TMn, D. D., Ohio. 

Rev. Dr, S. E. Shepaed, Hiram, Ohio. 

Rev. D. Henrt Miller, D. D., New Jersey. 

Rev. J. G. Oncken, D. D., Germany. 

James B. Colgate, Esq., New York. 

Rev. Wm. V. Garner, Boston. 

Rev. A. N, Gilbert, Baltimore, Md. 

Hon. J. P. RoBiBON, Cleveland, O. 

Charles T. Goodwin, Esq., New York. 

Rev. Thomas D, Anderson, D. D , New York. 

Rev. Wm. Stewart, C. W. 

Rev, W. A. Beldino, Troy, N. Y. 

James M. Shaw, Esq., New York. 

Rev. T, W. Merrill, Michigan. 

Rev. J. Duncan, D. D„ Massachaietts. 

Hon, R. M, Bishop, Ohio. 

Hon. J. Y. ScAMMON, Chicago. 

Rev. T. Ph. Price, D, D., Aberdare, Wales. 

Rev. N. V. Hull, New York. 

Hon. Thomas Maoaret, Australia. 

Hon. Geo. Fipe Anoas, Australia. 

Hon. Geo. L. Woods, Oregon. 

A, W. Darden. North Carolina. 

Rev. W. W, Everts, P. D., Illinois. 

Rev. James Challen, Iowa. 

Thomas P. Miller, Esq., Mobile, Ala. 

Prof. J, H. Mills, Oxford, N. C. 

R. K. Amort, Esq,, New York* 

P. B. Roberts, New York. 

Bev. Wm. Cathcart, Philadelphia. 

Rev. D. P. Henderson, Chicago. 

Rev. A. Whbelock, D. D„ New York. 

Rev. A. Cleohorn, D. D., Illinois. 

Horace Evans, M. D., Pennsylvania. 

Rev. J, O. Mason, D. D., New York. 

Bev. S. 8. Cross, Texas. 

Rev. J. M. Richards, D. D., Pennsylvania. 

Hon. Isaac Davis, LL. D„ Masfiachusetts. 

Rev, Isaac Erebtt, Cleveland Ohio. 

Bev. A. H. Burmnoham, D. D., St. Louis. 

Rev. I. M. Chapman, Ohio. 

Rev. Wm, Norton, England. 

Geo. H. Anderson, Esq., Pennsylvania. 

Bev. Thos. Swaim, D. D., Pennsylvania. 

Thos. H. Willinoham, Esq., Georgia. 

G. W. N. Yost, Esq., Pennsylvania. 

Eld. D. P. Sayler, Maryland. 

Bev. I. E. Bill, St. John, N. B. 

Rev. J. B. Thomas, D. D., Chicago. 

W. P. King, Esq., Alabama. 

Rev. S. B. BowKER, Missouri. 

Rev. O. A. Burgess, Indiana. 

Rev. Justin D. Fulton, Chicago. 



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CorrMponding 8«crofary. 
Rev. Wm. H. Wtcxov?, LL. D. 

Reoording Secretary. 
Rev. H. F. BxxTH. 

Treasurer. 
B. O. Bloss. 

Attistant Treaterer. 
Wm. D. Weioht. 

Auditor. 

I8AA0 G. SMITB. 

Managers. 

One Year, 

Rey. W. H. Pendleton, J. D. Beid, 
Key. J. L. Hodge, D. D., B. F. Judaon, 



Rev. A. Harris, Thos. Porter, 

Rev. W. W. Hammond, Josiah J. White, 
George A. Merwin, J. V. Gatenby, 
Charles T. Goodwin, Francis D. Mason, 
Jehial Parmly, Wm. Hagar. 

Two Tears, 

Rev. C. 0. Norton, 8. T. Hill man, 
Key. Hiram Hutchins, W. C. Taylor, 
Rey. J. W. Sarles, D.D., Jas. M. Meade, 
B. C. Bardick, Wm. H. Middleton, 

Rey. W. T. Howe, J. F. Wyckoff, 
Rey. H. Angell, F. 0. Llnde, 

A. T. Mason, G. H. HanselL 

Three Year; 
Rey. W. 8. Mikels.DD., Rey. I. Westcott, D. D. 



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Rey. H. 8. Da;^ 
Rey. T. A. T. banna, 
Rey. W. P. Yeaman, 
Rey.J.W. T. Boothe, 
Rey. H. M. Galfaher, 
Rey. H. 8. Steyens, 



A. Macdonald, 
James M. Shaw, 
G. Hilton Scribner, 
H. G. Leask, 
W. D. Wright, 
J. L. Scott. 



SOUTHEEN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The fourteenth annual meeting of the Con- 
yention was held in Macon, Georgia, May 6th, 
1869. The President. Rey. P. H. Mell, D. D., of 
Georgia, was in the chair. 

There were present the following delegates: 
from Maryland, 22; District of Columbia, 1; 
Virginia, 24; North Carolina, 6; South Caro- 
lina, 27; Missouri, 1 ; Tennessee, 12; Kentucky, 
21; Georgia, 84; Alabama, 43; Mississippi, 4; 
Louisiana, 3; Texas, 3; Florida, 2; China, 1; 
total, 254. 

The annual sermon was preached by Rey. 
E. T. Winkler, D. D., of South Carolina. 

In regard to the colored population, the fol- 
lowing resolutions were adopted : 

Resolved, That we, as Baptists at the South, 
recogniise the high and sacred duty of giying a 
pure gospel and enlightened ministry to tine 
colored population now Hying among us. 

£e«otocd, That we recommend to the churches 
and district and state associations to pay spe- 
cif attention to the religious instruction and 
spiritual interest of the colored people in their 
midst. 

The following report of the committee ap- 
pointed at the last meeting of this conyention, 
to ** yisit the American Baptist Home Mission 
Society, and to reciprocate the courtesies of 
that body," was presented and adopted : 

The committee who were delegated by this 
conyention, at its last session, to yisit the 
American Baptist Home Mission Society, and 
to reciprocate the courtesies of that body, beg 
leaye to report ; That the undersigned duly 
repaired to the city of New York, and on the 
27th day of May last were welcomed, not only 
with kmdness, but with affectionate enthusi- 
asm. Your committee have every reason to 
hope that good was done by those mutual 
greetings and interchanges of Christian feel- 
ings. They cannot doubt that these fraternal 
overtures and interviews are eminently pro- 



per: as becoming the disciples of Jesus; as 
tending to restore peace, love, confidence be- 
tween brethren ; and as in harmony with the 
heart of that adorable Redeemer, whose last 
new commandment was that we should loye 
one another as he loyed us; whose farewell 

Srayer was "that they may all be one, that 
le world may know that thou hast sent me.'* 
J. B. jKTxa, John A. BaoASUS, 

B. Fuller, B. Maklt, Jr., 

J. R. GaAyjM. 

Domestic and Indian Mission Board. 

Appoirtmiztts. 

Twenty-six missionaries were under appoint- 
ment during the year, including four brethren 
who performed agency labor, in the aggregate, 
some thirteen and a half months. Some of 
these missionaries haye been sustained in part 
by associations and conyentions, desirous to 
occupy their respectiye fields witn eyangelicai 
labor. 

FlHAHOlS. 

At the close of last year, April 1, 1868, there 
remained on hand $1,082.98. There has been 
receiyed from all sources during the year end- 
ing April 1, 1869. $18,205.63 ; which, added to the 
amount on hand at the commencement of the 
year, makes $19,288.51, at the disposal of the 
Board. Paid out during the same period, $18,- 
264.69 ; leaving a balance on hand of $1,023.82, 
moat of which is unavailable at present, con- 
sisting of due bills taken as cash subscriptions, 
and so entered upon the books of the Treas- 
urer. The permanent fund consists of three 
notes, amounting to $2,500.00, and bearing 
interest at 8 per cent. 

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(fl7,49t>.63,) has been met in part. There yet 
remains due to missionaries, for past services, 
including a balance on current expenses, for 
the year ending April Ist, 1869, $11,906.54. 

In this connection, we may be allowed to 
mention a most gratifying fact^ as manifesting 
a spirit of sacrifice and magnanimity worthy 
of a1 1 praise. When it was found impracticable 
for the Board to meet promptly its liabilities 
under existing circumstances, and to relieve 



due them to the Board, or as much as possible, 
that it might be free to go forward witn its ag- 
gressire work. Several of this noble band 
nave already responded to this suggestion, 
though bowed down with the weight of pov- 
erty, and sternly pressed with the cares of a 
household. 

Foreign Mission Board. 

Debt of thi Board. 

The last annual report revealed the tad that 
the debt of the Board, which at the elose of the 
war amounted to about $10,000, had been re- 
duced to a little less than 1^,000. Subsequently, 
it appeared that several hundred dollars, which 
had not been made known, including deficien- 
cies of the precedine vear, were to oe added, 
making the entire debt in April,. 1868, some- 
thing like $3,000. It has been the earnest 
desire of the Board to cancel all these obli- 
gatioQS, especially as our missionaries are 
subjected to serious inconvenience, being 
compelled to borrow on the credit of the 
Board, at a high rate of interest. This has 
been, to some extent, effected. But there yet 
remains, so fieu* as we can now ascertidn, an 
indebtedness of about e^ht hundred hilars, 

'.Stati op thi Tuasurt. 

The amount in the hands of the Treasurer 
at the last meeting, in Baltimore, was $32.11* 
Since that period there have been paid by 
churches and individuals, up to April 15th, 
1869. the sum of $19,192.41,— making a total of 
$19,224.52. The amount paid out, as appears 
by the Treasurer's account, is $19,153.02,— leav- 
ing a balance on hand of $71.50. 

Thx Homx and FoREioir Journal: 

The issue of this monthly periodical as the 
Joint organ of the Domestic and Foreign Mis- 
sion Boards, is one of the most potent instru- 
mentalities we have been able to employ. The 
various papers of the South have gladly given 

5 lace to our statements and appeals, but the 
ourncU has been found a special necessity. A 
portion of the paper has been placed at the 
disposal of the Theological Seminary at Green- 
vill e, by order of the con vention. The numbe r 
of actual paying subscribers has reached 4,000, 
while at different times a larger number has 
been published for gratuitous distribution. 

The expense of publication, clerk hire, post* 
use, Ac, has amounted to $1,740.02. The sum 
of $1,206.70 has been received, leaving a defi- 
ciency of $534.32, which has been divided pro 
rata between the the two Boards and the Theo- 
logical Seminary at Greenville. 



Missions of the Board. 

CRINA. 

Shan Tuno Missioir. 

Shan Tung District is the most northern of 
the stations occupied by our missionaries, and 
comprises a population of abojit twenty-five 
millions. The climate is favorable, and is 
in proximitjr to the great city of Pekin, the 
capital of China. We have two stations in this 
district. The missionaries occupying these 
stations are residents of the city of Tung Ghau, 
though laboring in two different fields. While 
they consult frequently together, and work in 
harmony, they are entirely independent of 
each other, and make their distinct reports to 
the Board. 

The communications of Rev. T. P. Crawford 
and his wife have been of an encouraging char- 
acter, They reveal the fact that they are im- 
pressed with an increased conviction of the 
importance of the field they occupv. 

Mr. Crawford thus addresses us in the early 
psu^of the year: 

" Our work is very encouraging. Many per- 
sons are manifesting an interest in the doc- 
trine. To show the fact, let me say, that a/f 
last year Brother Hartwell baptized only four 
persons. In the first three months or this 
year he has already baptized eight. Last year 
I baptized five ; this year, I have already re- 
ceived four." 

Subsequently he says : " During the last two 
Sundays I have baptized three very interesting 
persons ; two of them are men of standing and 
influence, living in country villages not far dis- 
tant,— one the wife of a recent convert. She 
lis poor, but young and intelligent, and is capar 
ble of growth in ^ace. Thus my little church 
is steadily growing in numbers and moral 
power, I now have an inquirer at my house, 
who has walked some fifty miles to listen to 
the doctrine. I see a great and radical change 
coming over the public mind, and I have never 
been so encouraged since I arrived in China. 
The harvest is ripening fast. The tide is turn- 
ing Christwards.'* 

In a recent letter rece*ived, Mr. Crawford 
states : " I baptized two persons last Sunday. 
One is a good scholar, and seems to be a man 
of fine parts and much promise. The other is 
the eldest boy in Mrs. Crawford's school. Sev- 
eral other persons show interest, and we are 
more or less encouraged." 

Mr. Hartwell and his wife are also employed 
in this field, undev circumstances peculiarly 
favorable. They seem to regard the indicap 
tions on every hand as calling for an increased 
number of laborers, and for larger appropria* 
tions in the way of schools and of Bible and 
Tract distribution. 

Under date of April 6th, he writes: 

" You will be gratified to learn that we are 
having something more like a revival of reli- 
gion here than I have ever experienced in 
Chma before. For several months our con- 
gregations have been improving, and the in- 
terest of the hearers better, l^ie feeling in 
the congregation seeming to Justify, or rather 
to render it necessary, we have converted our 
evening worship Into a more extended ser* 
vice, and have had our room quite fttll almost 
eyery night for more than a month. In quirera 



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have increased in numbers, and their anxiety 
has increaHed in intensity. Several haye given 
evidence of conversion, and eight have oeen 
baptized into our church. Some of these have 
been inquirers a long time ; some of them are 
from a distance, whence they came specially 
to get religious instruction, women walking 
the greater part of 200 li with their little fee^ 
in order to be where they might hear the 
truth more perfectly than a recent convert 
could explain it to them. These women drank 
in the truth with all conceivable eagerness, 
and three of them, with the husband of one, 
have been baptized. We trust there will be 
others to follow soon. 

**Augu8t 10<A.— In Tung Chau we have still 
very considerable encouragement. I had the 

f Pleasure yesterday of burying three persons 
n baptism. One an old man of 58, the father 
of the interesting young man of whose bap- 
tism I wrote you last month. He is a man of 
very considerable influence in the section 
where he lives, about 140 li distant from this. 
He was in business at Chefoo when foreigners 
first commenced visiting the port He was 
one of our first friends there, so we have 
known him favorably for seven years or more, 
and are particularly rejoiced therefore at his 
conversion. 

"Another of the candidates has been for 
some months a member of the Presbyterian 
church here, but being convinced from the 
reading of the Scriptures that the only scrip- 
tural baptism is immersion, he announced his 
intentions to his pastor, giving him his rea- 
sons, and then came to ask the ordinance at 
my hand. Faithfulness to my Master requires 
me to baptize all qualified persons who come 
to me for the ordinance. 

*'The uneasiness in these Presbytc^iai^ 
minds on the subject of baptism has origi" 
nated with themselves, as I have not preached 
on the subject nor drawn any very special 
attention to it for a very lone time, and I don't 
think Brother Crawford has.^' 

Subsequently he writes: "For several 
months 1 have been able to report additions 
by baptism to our church, and this month I 
have to report two more converts baptized. 
They are from Chau Yuen. I saw them on 
my vibit there some time ago, and became 
satisfied of their conversion. When our breth- 
ren came up to the communion, at the begin- 
ning of this month, these two men came along 
specially to ask for baptism. Their hearts 
seemed full to the brim of love for the Saviour. 
In talkine of his love, and of what Christ had 
done for them personally, they were frequently 
interrupted by gushing tears. Mrs. Hartwell 
and myself both notice that the Chau Yuen 
people have more heart than any other Chi- 
nese we have met 

Shanghai Mission. 

The great city of Shanghai is occupied by 
Rev. M. T. Yates and his wife. More inter- 
ruption than at either of the positions occu- 
pied by our missionaries in China have been 
suffered by political agitations, and by the 
spirit of opposition to the gospel in con- 
tigaoufl regions. But these lone missionaries 
have persevered in the midst of these difficul- 
ties. Brother Yates is desirous, at an early 
period, of establishing interior stations. 



Oantoit Mi88ioir. 

Our Brother Graves^ontinnes at his post, 
though in view of declining health, he had 
been urged by the Board to return for a sea- 
son to this country. His sense of duty would 
not allow him to leave his work, especially as 
he had commenced the erection of his chapel, 
and as his health had greatly improved. He 
is now working vigorously, and under pecu- 
liarly favorable aut*pices. The two churches 
in the city of Canton, are under his care, bo- 
sides the out-stations, one about thirty-five 
miles, and the other one hundred and thirty 
miles distant from the city. 

In his annual report Brother Graves writes : 

"The same commission which gives us 
authority to disciple and baptize men, bids us 
teach them to observe whatever our Lord has 
commanded. Hence the pastoral work is in- 
timately connected with the missionary work, 
the duty of training the native converts fol- 
lows immediately upon their profession of 
the name of Jesus. The work in this depart- 
ment is two-fold; first, the instruction or the 
native brethren and sisters from the pulpit; 
and, secondly, the fuller training of those 
who are assistant preachers and colporteurs. 
In teaching the church, it is my custom, be- 
sides the usual sermon, to expound the Scrip- 
tures in order that our members, even those 
unable to read, may have the main facts of 
the word of God impressed upon their minds. 
Having gone through the historical parts of 
the Hew Testament twice, explaining a chap- 
ter each Lord's Day. I have this year begun 
and nearly finished the exposition of Genesis. 

" During my rfsidence in Canton, two hours 
a day have been usually given to the Bible 
class for the preachers. This year I spent 
five weeks, during the months of March and 
April.in training them,giving them four hours 
daily. Two hours in the forenoon were de- 
voted to studying the Old and New Testar 
ment, and two in the afternoon in learning 
singing, geography, the evidences of Christi- 
anity, etc. 1 hoped to have these brethren to- 
gether again during the summer or fall, but 
was prevented by want of physical strength. 

" The statistics of the churches for the year 
are as follows : 



Church. 



1st Canton,.. 
2d Canton,.... 
Shin Hing,... 
Wu Chau,.... 



Total, 13 







t 


1 




2 




1 


3 






16 


7 


5 


3 


81 


2 




1 


21 


1 






3 


13 


5 


4 


120 



"The same Saviour who gave us our com- 
misj^ion, has left us his example. This ex- 
ample gives clear precedent and sufficient 
warrant to any who feel the importance of 
uniting care for the suflTeringbodyto anxiety 
for the perishing soul. My two dispensarit- s 
at Shin Hing and Wu Chau, have been kept 
open as usual; 2.397 visits have been paid to 
the former by persons desiring assistaace; 
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Ghau, while I raw and attended to about 800 
during a visit to Wai Gliau ; inalciDg in all an 
attendance of 5.197. 424 children have been 
vaccinated during the year." 

Thx GjferToir Ghapel. 

The Baptist house of worship, one-half of 
which was specially provided for by the gener- 
ous donation of $1,250 in gold by a beloved 
brother m Baltimore, and the balance by ap- 
propriations from the Board, is in all proba- 
bility completed and occupied by the church 
in the city of Ganton. 

Brother Graves says : 

** It is with feelings of gratitude to God from 
whom all good counsels come, and of thank- 
fttlnefcs to the dear brethren who have given 
of their means for the carrying out of this 
work, that 1 am able to state that our chapel 
is nearly finished. The audience room is al- 
ready ceiled, and we hope to occupy it within 
a month." 

AFBICAN MISSIONS. 
Laoos. 

This position is occupied by Rev. R. H. 
8tone. The city of Lagos, containing about 
100,000 inhabitant^, on tne western coast of 
Africa, is less liabie to the diseases of the 
country than some of the interior stations. 
In some other respects the circumstances 
are not propitious. It is the great centre of 
Pedo-baptist influence, and the Gatholics are 
making expensive and strenuous endeavors 
to intrench themselves in the regards of the 
people. These all have abundant means at 
command, while our lone missionary has 
been scantily supported, and his want of a 
good dwelling, cnapel, and school arrange- 
ments have seriously interfered with his 
operations. He has, nevertheless, been great- 
ly encouraged in his work. 

** During the last four months, twelve per- 
sons have been received for baptism. Of 
these, I have already baptized nine, and the 
others await the administration of the ordi- 
nance next Sunday. The greater portion of 
the new concerts are interior natives, who 
are relations and acquaintances of the mem- 
bers of the church here, and who had pre- 
viously heard the gospel from us in the in- 
• terior. Last Sunday evening I baptized three 
non-commissioned officers of the regular 
troops stationed here. 

** In addition to the persons received for 
baptism, and including two who were restored 
before Brother Phillips departure, six persons 
who had been excluded, nave been restored 
to full fellowship, making eighteen additions 
to our new church here.'^ 

Brother Stone has thus labored in the 
midst of disheartening circumstances, with- 
out seeming to yield to them. The following 
evinces the spirit with which he has labored: 

*'Since the completion of our chapel, we 
have a service every Saturday eveumg for 
the instruction of the converts and such in- 
quirers as may come with them, and for the 
transaction of church business, both tem- 
poral and spiritual. These meetings are w-ell 
attended, some of the converts leaving their 
work and coming nearly a day's journey to 
be present. Besides this, we have service 
morning and evening on the Lord's Day. 



The service in the evening is always in 
Yoruba. but on the last two Lord's Day morn- 
ings it has been in English to accommodate 
a nquad of W. L troops and other persons who 
attend in the morning, but who cannot hear 
Yoruba. The Spirit of the Lord seems to be 
among us. Onr Sunday-school is prospering, 
but the want of sufficient teachers has com- 
pelled me to divide it into five large classes. 
My day-school has run up from the oriKinal 
three which I had in the house with me, to 
thirtyjivtf and they still come." 

Retttbit of Brother Philups. 

In their last report, the Board adverted to 
the fact that Brother A. D. Phillips had been 
invited to return to this country. He left 
Lagos for the purpose of visiting England 
ana Scotland on his way home. His recep- 
tion by English and Scotch brethren, was of 
the most courteous character. Everywhere 
he was treated with kindness, and invited to 
address the various congregations he visited. 
Special svmpathy was also shown on behalf of 
his mission by liberal contributions, and he 
was able to report to the Board a sufficient 
amount secured to cancel the debt of the 
Yoruba Mission contracted during the war, 
with a balance to be placed to the credit of 
that mission. The Board owe a debt of grati- 
tude to their trans-Atlantic brethren for the 
generous aid thus afforded. 

Brother Phillips has left Richmond to visit 
his mother and friends in Mississippi, and 
after a brief sojourn among the churches, he 
will expect to resume his labors among the 
heathen. 

Brother T. A. Reid. 

Brother Reid has been spending a brief 
time at the Greenville Seminary, with the 
hope that the resources of the Board would 
permit an early return to his field of labor in 
Africa. He still breathes an earnest desire for 
this result. The Board are not without hope 
that the wishes of his heart may be gratified. 

LlBERIAN Missioir. 

The Gonvention at Its last meeting advised 
the resumption of the Liberian mission as 
soon as the means of the Board would justify 
the measure. The Board have not been in- 
different to this recommendation, but their 
resources have not at any time been suf- 
ficient to warrant a serious consideration of 
the subject. 

EiJROPEAir Missions. 

The dedire has been expressed bv gome, 
that as Southern Baptists we might take some 
action looking to the establishment of mis- 
sions in Europe. 

This subject has been brought before the 
Board, and has been referred to a judicious 
committee. But the want of funds has thus 
far prevented any definite action. 

A Question Answered. 

In the last report of the Board the inquiry 
was made, "Shall the work cease?" This 
question seemed natural in view of the de- 
pressing influence of the war on the minds of 
the people. Some were ready to fear a oeoe«- 



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rary abandonment of the missionary enter- 
prise 80 far as Southern churches were con- 
cerned, but the results of the year juBt closed 
will serve to dispel this delusion. With no 
other than the ordinary methods of appeal to 
the churches, and with only one regular agent 
in the field, the amount received has been 
sufficient to sustain all oiir missionaries, 
and, within a small amount, to meet all our 
indebtedness. 

Aw OWWAIID MOVBMENT. 

The Board are prepared, in view of the re- 
sults of the last year, and of the necessities 
of ihe missions, to recommend an enlarge- 
ment of our work at no distant period, will 
it be too much to ask of the cnurches that 
they give us durine the coming fiscal year the 
sum of $30,000? With this amount the fields 
now suffering for an increase of laborers, and 
other facilities, may be supplied. If the Con- 
vention can sufficiently trust God and the 
churches to recommend sunh a policy, there 
is reason to believe that suitable men can be 
found as soon as the means are at hand to 
send them forth. 

This Pouct Necessabt. 

A wise economy suggests such a progres- 
sive measure. Indeed, the continuecT ex- 
istence of our missions depends upon it. The 
laborers in the field cannot live al ivays. Each 
of our stations is occupied by a lone mis- 
sionary. If one be called away by death, his 
position is left undefended,— the work he has 
prosecuted ceases. We ought not to wait 
until his strength is exhausted before aid is 
sent. 

Nor can we shut our eyes to the vastly ex- 
tended openings for missionary labor which 
God is placing before us. In each of the pro- 
vinces occupied by our brethren in China, 
accessible millions are ready to hear the 
words of salvation. In almost every part of 
the Empire, preachers of righteousness may 
go. And so with Catholic Europe and be- 
nighted Africa. As Baptists we must not be 
indifferent to these calls of Providence. Let 
us go forth in the name and strength of our 
Redeemer, nothing doubting. Let us strive 
to make him, his truth, his salvation, and his 
instiiutions, known among the benighted of 
the earih. 

Sunday- SCHOOL Board. 

Change in the location of a Board neees- 
eariiy occasions difficulties. It was found, in 
addition to this unavoidable result, that the 
Sunday-school Board, at the time of its re- 
moval from Greenville to Mempnis, was about 
$640 in debt over and abovs reported assets. 
Its affairs were somewhat complicated, and 
many felt a disposition to abandon it alto- 
gether. Added to the above discourage- 
ments, the whole country was suffering from 
a financial pressure, unparalleled in the past 
history of the South and West; and even 
the old and uninterrupted organizations 
found themselves embarrassed from the 
eiame causes. 

The Corresponding Secretary, appointed 
by the Convention, flndmg himselt inexpe- 



rienced as an agent, and sorronnded by the 
difficulties above mentioned, had to confine 
himself to his office, and devote his attention 
for months to the rearrangement of the affairs 
of the Board, during wiiich time not one- 
fourth of his salary was*received from all 
sources. Unacquainted in the West, he made 
a long tour through the Atlantic States during 
the Fall, with most discouraging pecuniary 
results. At length, after having made suc- 
cessive unavailing efforts, he found himself 
obliged to abandon the work altogether. 

Added to all ttiis, the Board had to operate 
in a new, and to a great extent uncultivated 
field, — where Sunday-school enterprise was 
but dawning, — while the more cultivated 
fields from which thev expected aid mani- 
fested but little sympathy with its operations. 
But the Board determined, in the fear of God, 
to carry this undertaking forward until its 
efficiency should be felt, and its fruits seen, 
and the brethren composing the Board have 
never wavered nor been discouraged, and feel 
that they have the sympathy and prayers of 
thousands who know the need or such an 
organization in the West. Your Bosrd, instead 
of increasing its indebtedness, has lai^ly 
lessened it, and all its operations are now 
self-sustaining, with a small surplus, as will 
be seen by the reports annexed. 

Since the resignation of your Correspond- 
ing Secretary, the Board, unwilling to involve 
the denomination in debt, have declined the 
appointment of any one to that office, assign- 
mg its duties to the Depository Agent, at a 
small remuneration. Al the work, except 
travelling, has been accomplished by him, and 
we suggest that the present course be followed 
until the plans of the Board are sufficiently 
matured to pay a competent salary to an ex- 
perienced secretary. 

AoENciEs AND Missionaries. 

The difficulties above referred to, and the 
fear of involving the denomination in debt, 
have deterred the Board from employing 
agents or missionaries, though they feel they 
are greatly needed. 

The Board is fully awake to the necessity of 
employing brethren who will establish Sun- 
day-schools throughout the destitute regions. 
Calls for such instrumentalities are constantly 
made. We frequently bear of places alon^' 
the line of our great rivers in Mississippi, 
Missouri, Arkansas, and Louisiana, where 
large Sunday-schools could be collected, and 
permanently established, if a minister or Sun- 
day-school agent could be procured to visit 
them and organize the schools. There are 
many such neighborhoods, with no preacher, 
nor meeting-house; no Sunday-school,— where 
the people are perishing for lack of knowl- 
edge. Had we the means we could do a work 
in this way from which results would soon be 
seen in multiplied good, unequaled, perhaps, 
in any other field of operation. These rich 
lands are soon to be occupied. Emigration is 
rapidly setting in, and in a few years the reli- 
gious status of these populations will be fixed. 
Now is our opportunity, and the work which 
OUT hands find to do we should do with all 
our might,— a work which the Sunday-school 
Board, located in Memphis, can accomplish 
in a way no other organization can, and we 
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denomination should be given us in its ac- 
complishment. 

Book Pubuoations. 

In this department, for the want of means* 
we have done nothing. We expected before 
this to have pablished an edition of each of 
the popular little books heretofore published 
by the Board at Greenville, and the paper is 
now in hand to go forward with this work, 
and at an early day we expect to be able to 
supply the demand. 

The Board also have the stereotype plates 
of a fifW volume library, originally gotten up 
by the Southern Baptist Sunday-school Union, 
which will be, to some extent, revised, and a 
new library brought out at an early day. In 
the item of these plates it will be seen that 
the assets of the Board have been increased 
from $300 to $3,646.56. 

In addition to this, at the request of the 
Board. Rev. J. R. Graves has undertaken to 
raise $10,000 for the publication of a new one 
hundred volume library, and in a few weeks 
has secured pledges sufficient for ten volumes 
of this addition, from the following persons, 
schools, and churches, viz.: J. R. Graves, $100: 
First Baptist Church, Memphis, $100; Central 
Baptist Church, $100 ; Benton Street Sunday- 
school, St. Louis, $100; Corinth Baptist Church, 
Mississippi, $100: Clear Creek Church, Missis- 
sippi, $100; Sardis Church, Mississippi, $100 ; 
Armuchee Church, Georgia, $100; and others 
promised. The name of the donor is placed 
in the stereotype plates of the book. We have 
also miscellaneous pledges, amounting to sev- 
eral hundred dollars, most of which will be 
realized. 

Finances. 

Receipts from all sources, $3,391.02 ; expen- 
ditures, $3,248.17; balance on hand, $142.85. 
The assets are estimated at $4,289.36, and the 
liabilities at $1,606.92. 

Officers and Boabds. 

President. 
Rev. P. H. Mill, Georgia. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. R. PuLLKB, Maryland. 
Rev. J. L. M. Cubby, Virginia. 
Rev. J. Pv BoYCB, South Carolina. 
Rev. J. B. Link, Texas. 

Secretaries. 
A. P. Abeil, Virginia. 
A. F. Cbanb, Maryland. 

Treasurer. 

G. W. NoBTON, Kentucky. 

Auditor. 

N. LoNQ, Kentucky. 



FOREIGN MISSION BOARD. 

LOCATED IN BXCHMOND, VA. 

J. L. Burrows, President. 




Vvce-PresidenU. 
Hiram Woods, Md. J. T. Williams, Mo. 
A. M. Poindexter, Va. F. Courtney, La. 
R. Furman, S. C. S. Henderson, Ala. 

W. M. Wingate, N. C. H. Garrett, Texas. 
Henry McDonald, Ky. J. S. Baker, Fla. 
W. H. Robert, Ark. Theo. Whitfield, Miss, 
G. M. Irvin, Ga. Matt. Hillsman, Tenn. 

J. B. Taylor, Corresponding Seeretaiy. 
Edwin Wortham, Treamrer, 
W. H. Gwathmey, Recording Secretary 
0. T. Wortham, Auditor, 



Board of Managers. 



J. B. Jeter, 
A. B. Clark, 
A. Snead, 
H. K. Ellyson, 
A. G. Wortham, 
A. E. Dickinson, 
J. B. Wood, 



C. H. Winston, 
J. F. Eeesee, 
J. B. Watkins, 
Well. Goddin, 
John C. Williams, 
J. A. Chambliss, 
T. J. Evans, 



H. H. Harris. 



DOMESTIC AND INDIAN MISSION 
BOARD. 

LOCATED IN MABION, ALA. 

W; H. Mcintosh, President, 

Vice-Presidents. 
J. W. M. Williams,Md. H. W. Dodge, Va. 
E. T. Winkler, S. C. J. H. DeVotie, Ga. 



E. L. Compere, Ark. 
R. H. Browne. La. 
W. Hooper, N. C. 
E. S. Dulin, Mo. 



M. P. Lowery, Miss. 
0. K. Winston, Tenn. 
P. H. Lundy, Ala. 
W. C. Crane, Texas. 



M. T. Sumner, Corresponding Secretary. 

A. B. Goodhue, Recording Secretary. 
J. B. Lovelace, Treasurer. 

B. H. Fowlkes, Auditor. 



Board of Managers. 



J. F. Bailey, 
L. C. Tutt, 
E. A/ Blunt, 
E. Q. Thornton, 
W. B. Lawson, 
J. Moore, 
A. J. Battle, 

S. 



I. B. Vaiden, 
Porter King, 
W. T. McAllister, 
W. W. Wilkerson, 
J. H. Lee, 

C. C. Huckabee, 

D. R. Lide, 
. Freeman. 



SUNDAY- SCSOOL BOARD. 

LOCATED IN MIMPHIS, TENN. 

S. H. Ford, President. 
Vice-Presidents. 



B. Manly, S. C. 
A. F. Crane, Md. 
W. S. Webb, Mis«». 
W. D. Mayfield, Ark. 
J. T. Williams, Mo. 
R. H. Browne, La. 



W. T. Brantly, Ga. 
Geo. Hunt, Ky. 
B. W. Justice, N. C. 
J. H. Stribling, Texas. 
A. P. Abell, Va. 
Jos. Shackleford, Ala, 



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Ben. May, Treasurer. 

W. L. Radford, Recording Secretary, 

E. 6. Wicker, Auditor, 

Board of Managers, 
J. R Qrayes, S. G. Rogers, 



A. Hatchett, 
D. E. Burns, 
Marcus Cooper, 
W. S. Taylor, 

Meelerish, 

G. W. Norton, 



N. 8. Bmce, 
Jos. Brnce» 
P. 8. Jones, 
Jas. Beattie, 
R. G. Crai] 



C. V. Voofhles, 



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The Twenty-sixth Anniversary was held 
with the 8econd Baptist Church in Richmond, 
Virginia, May 26. 27, 28, 1869. The President, 
Rev. A. L. Post, was in the chair. There were 
present sixty-three delegates and ministers. 
From the annual report we make the follow- 
ing extr&cts : 

BuBXAH Mission. 

At our laot anniversary, the Society recog- 
nised the £Eict that the calls of Providence 
were tending to withdraw us, in some mea- 
sure, from foreign missions, and concentrate 
our labors, for a time at least, upon the home 
field. The finger of Providence still points 
in the same direction. Meantime it is grati- 
fying to know that the missions in Burmah 
are rapidly becoming independent and self- 
supporting. That of Brethren Vinton and 
Luther is wholly so, except as special contri- 
butions for schools and preachers are for- 
warded through our treasury in aid of these 
devoted laborers. 

The Board have been very anxious to carry 
outtheplansof our lamented Brother Beecher 
in the reinforcement and efficient occupation 
of the Bassein district for a few years longer, 
until the native churches and ministry, al- 
ready independent of pecuniary support, 
should be fully competent to the manage- 
ment of all their affairs without foreign coun- 
sel or supervision. To supply the wants of 
this mission, our beloved Brother, Dr. Wm. 
M. Scott, was induced to relinquish important 
labors at home, and consecrate his life to 
foreign toil. He arrived in Bassein most 
opportunely, a short time previous to the de- 
parture of Brother Beecher, applied himself 
successfully to the native language, and was 
rapidly gaining the confidence of the people, 
when an overruling Providence compelled 
him to part with his companion, whose £aj1- 
ing health necessitated her speedy return to 
her native land. By this timely step her life 
was spared ; but it became certain that she 
could never, with safety, again venture into a 
tropical climate. Brother Scott, after waiting 
several months, in the hope of nearing more 
favorable accounts from her physician, finally 
concluded, though with great reluctance, ttiat 
duty called him to resign his mission. After 
making the best arrangements he could for 
its interests, he started by the overland route 
and reached New York Sept. 11. The Board 
have taken no steps for filling his place, be- 
lieving it wiser to wait the action of the Society 
than to take upon themselves the responsi- 
bility either of resuming the mission, or 
definitely relinquishing it. 

It gives the Board great pleasure to state 



that under the influence of our genial climate 
both Sister Beecher and Sister Scott have 
every prospect of recovering their former 
health. Sister Beecher's two eider daughters 
were baptized at St. Charles, Illinois, on the 
3d of October last. " I feel " says our widowed 
sister, "that the special mercy of God has 
been shown to the children of his servant." 

Brethren Vinton and Luther have been 
overwhelmed during the year with mission 
labor and cares. Brother and Sister Luther 
have had charge of the school and Bible 
classes at Rangoon, while Brother Vinton has 
devoted himself mainly to lungle work and 
the care of the village cnur^nes. 

Japan Mibsiok. 

The Japan Mission becomes increasingly 
interesting as the door opens for the introduce 
tion of western civilization and commerce. 
Immense barriers have been broken down 
within the last two years, while civil war and 
revolution have done their part in uprooting 
the bigoted attachment to old institutions. 
The perseverance of Brother Goble seems at 
last crowned with perfect success, and the 
Board have had the gratification of receiving 
the first installment of the " Wanga Kimi 
Skuinushi," or New Testament in .Japanese. 
His appeals to the Bible Societies for aid in 
printing the gospel, have met with little re- 
sponse, and what he has received has been 
almost entirely from Free Missionists. Many 
of our brethren have given substantial tokens 
of their sympathy and confidence, and the 
remittances made from our treasury have 
consequently been larger this year than pre- 
viously. He has, however, been at more 
expense than ordinarily, being obliged to 
build anew, on an eminence, in order to re- 
move his family from the miasma and fever 
of the low grounds. Notwithstanding this, 
he writes that he is now free from debt, and 
prepared to go forward with his work. He 
wants about $600 for moulds and machines 
for casting Japanese type ; also $150 for a font 
of English type. These ought to be sent to 
him at once. 

To aid in defraying the expense of printing, 
Brother Goble has furnishea a series of valna> 
bib translations from the native histories for 
the Japan Bera/d. From these it appears that 
Japan has existed as an independent nation 
fi'om the days of Jimmu Tenno, the first king, 
who began his reign 660 years before Christ. 
The characters in which the Japanese lan- 
guage is at present written are not the ancienc 
*'god letters," so called, which bore a very 
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of western Asia and Europe, but are derived 
firom the Chinese, as is also the prevailing 
Buddhist religion Brother Goble thinks the 
Chiao-Japanese alphabet wilt ere long be 
abandoned, and either the old "god-letters" 
or the Roman alphabet be substituted in its 
place. 

This Society ought to be ready, as soon as 
the way for trayeUing and preaching amons; 
the people is flilly opened, to send out an ad- 
ditional laborer to join Brother Goble, and 
the best preparation for such a reinforcement 
will be to print the gospels and tracts, and 
have them in readiness. An extensive cir- 
culation of books might even now be effected 
through native agencies. 

In his latest communication. Brother Goble 
states that the Japanese government is dis- 
cussing the repeal of the old law against 
Christianity, and would do so openly but for 
the fear of awaking opposition on the part of 
the priests, which might lead to violent dis- 
turbances among the people. He thmks the 
old law will be quietly dropped and taken 
down from the bulletins all over the country, 
without making any public announcement of 
its repeal. 

Hattx MiSBioir. 

The mission premises in Ha3rti, occupied 
by Dea. Hill, as the representative of the So- 
ciety, have been claimed by Mr. Judd, who, 
taking advantage of the revolution, has 
through misrepresentation obtained from the 
present government an order that Dea. Hill 
should vacate the chapel at Port an Prince 
for the use of M|\ Juda's church. Copies of 
the action of the Board in the case of Mr. 
Judd, including his confessions, have been for- 
warded totheUaytian government, through 
the American minister, and Dea. Hill having 
consulted a lawyer, is confident that the pro- 
perty cannot be wrested from the Society. 
He has been authorized to take such steps as 
he may deem necessary for securing the 
premises to the Society. Since the dis- 
turbances began, he has been unable to keep 
up the meetings for worship as heretofore. 

HoKi Missions. 

Our missions at home have been prose- 
cuted mainly as in the previous year. The 
large expenditures for Burmah incident to 
the return of missionaries and the payment 
of arrearages, have prevented the enlarge- 
ment of our operations in the South to the 
extent anticipated by the Society at their last 
meeting. But this embarrassment has been 
greatly relieved by the generous disposition 
of the laborers in the field, who have been 
willing to accept scanty allowances rather 
than have any of the missions given up. 

In Washington the existence of three theo- 
logical schools,— the parent National Theolo- 
gical institute, originated and maintained to 
the present time by the indefatigable labors 
of Dr. Turnev, and the schools of the Home 
Mission and the Boston institution, — ^ap- 
I>eared to supersede the necessity of con- 
tinuing the one under charge or Brother 
Anderson; and as numerous other duties 
demanded his whole attention, he determined 
early in the summer to relinquish this de- 
partment 



NUKBXS or MlSSIOHAEIES. 

The total number of missionaries under 
appointment the past year has been thirty, of 
whom twenty-four have been laboring in the 
home field. 

CO-OPEKATION. 

The codperation of the Free Mission So- 
ciety and the Consolidated Convention, which 
was projected at our anniversary last year, 
has been, in a good degree, consummated. 
The Consolidated Convention promptly ac- 
cepted the proposal of this society lo make 
the American Baptist their organ, and ap- 

gointed Elder Rufus L. Perry their editor, 
is salary being borne jointly by the two so- 
cieties. In pursuance of the instructions of 
the Society, this Board made the necessary 
appropriations for defraying their portion of 
the expense, and Brother Perry entered on 
his duties the first of September. Brother 
Perry has devoted himself largely to getting 
up and introducing among the schools of the 
South a new Sunday-school paper, the Sun- 
6eam. which, it is believed, will supply a want 
that has been long and very generally felt. All 
that no«» seems necessary for the full, prac- 
tical union of the Free Mission and the Con- 
solidated Convention is the appointment and 
sending forth of missionaries for the estab- 
lishment of the proposed mission to Africa, 
through which both bodies may unitedly la- 
bor in extending the blessings of salvation 
over that vast continent. 

Since the close of the war, the question has 
been frequently pressed upon the members 
of the Free Mission Society, Why do you not 
disband ? The ereat object of the Society 
being attained, slavery swept from existence, 
and freedom for all classes preclaimed from 
sea to sea, why keep up an organization that 
has had its day, performed its mission, ac. 
complished its purpose, and is therefore no 
longer necessary? Why not give back the 
work of missions into the hands of the Mis- 
sionary Union and Home Mission Society? 
Well, it becomes us to look these questions 
squarely in the face, and if the cause of hu- 
manity, freedom, and true religion will be 
promoted by a dissolution of the Society, we 
ought to disband without hesitation. But 
who give us this advice? Is it from those 
who have acted with the Society from the be- 
ginning, shared its toils and trials, or is it 
those who have heretofore opposed and de- 
nounced it, who declared from the first that 
tnere was no occasion or necessity for it, and 
who have persistently labored to counteract 
its influence? If the Society should give up 
its organization and make over its work to any 
other body, it would be to the Consolidated 
Convention. But does that body advise us 
to diHband? So far from it, they urge us to 
continue, and assure us that this is the only 
national society for missionary purpo-^es with 
which they can heartily codperate. The Pre- 
sident and Secretary of their society are 
members also of the Free Mission Board; 
and all seem to agree thnt more can be ac- 
complished, at present, by the two societies 
acting in concert, than could be accomplished 
by the Consolidated. Convent! on alone, if the 
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BkOEIPTS and EZPlin>IT1TItX8. 

Tlie'Trea8arer*s report showed the amoant 
of receipts, including the balance from last 
year, to oe, $17,222.50; and the ezpenditares 
$16,603.88; leaving a balance on hand of $618.62. 

Misaioir to Africa. 

The following resolution was adopted in 
reference to missions to Africa: 

Resolved, That whenever our brethren of 
the Consolidated Convention shall find a man 
or men adapted to that field of labor, and 
shall make such appointment, we pledge this 
Society to furnish one-half the means of 
support. 

The next meeting of the Society is to be 
held at Cincinnati, ihe time to be fixed by 
the Board. 

Officebs op the Society. 

President. 

Albbet L. Post, Montrose, Pa. 

Vice-Presidents. 

A. M. PiPEB, Maine. 
J. N. CuFFOBD, Maine. 
O. B. Walker, Maine. 
J. Carpenter, Vermont. 
Ltman Smith, Vermont. 

W. C. Patterson, Massachusetts. 
Rebecca A. Godino, AKissachusetts. 
Alvah Gregobt, Connecticut. 
Z. Nichols, Connecticut. 
John Warren, Connecticut. 
L. H. W AXEMAN, Connecticut. 
Beth Ewer, Rhode island. 
C. P Grosvenob, New York. 
8. S. Hat WARD, New York. 
RoBWELL Cheney, New York. 
HiRAK HuTCHiNS, New York. 
William Newton, New York. 
Wesley Harmon, New York, 
Geoboe Curtis, New York. 

B. L. Perry, New York. 
Franklin Johnson, New Jersey. 
1j. 8. Cox, New Jersey. 

J. M. Richards, Pennsylvania. 

H. Malcom, Pennsylvania. 

John Jones, Pennsylvania. 

H. Wheat, Pennsylvania. 

J. Phillips, Pennsylvania. 

W. W. Dalbet, Pennsylvania. 

W. W. Mebch, Pennsylvania. 

Mrs. J. L. Seddingbr, Pennsylvania. 

L. K. Lapp, Pennsylvania. 

W. M. Scott, Pennsylvania. 

T. P. Childs, Ohio. 

H. L. Simpson, Ohio. 

W. Shelton, Ohio. 

J. R. BoLLEs, Ohio. 

Alfred Sgatteroood, Ohio. 

Peter Howe, Illinois. 

A. Wait. Ill inos. 

R. Db Baptists, Illinois. 

A. Kenton, Illinois. 

Mrs. C. N. HoLDBN, Illinois. 

W. N. Welker, Michigan. 

H. C. ScopiELD, Michigan. 

Levi Loomis, Michigan. 

George Db Baptists, Michigan. 

E. R Spear, Indiana. 

H. Blanch.uid, Indiana. 

A. EiNMONT, Indiana. 



STBPHEir TvoKBR, Canada. 
A. BiNOA, Canada. 
8. H. Davis, Canada. 
E. D. Underwood, Wisconsin. 
A. E. Gbxbn, Wisconsin. 
E. L. Harris, Wisconsin. 
M. R. Britton, Wisconsin. 
Jessi Stetson, Wisconsin. 
MosES Rowley, Wisconsin. 

A. D. Low. Iowa. 

O. L. CaiTUNDiir, Iowa. 
Lyman Palmer, Minnesota. 
J. G. Craven, Minnesota. 
W. J. F. LiDDELL, Minnesota. 

B. L. Read, Kansas. 

D. W. Anderson, District of Golumbla. 
8. Alexander, District of Columbia. 

E. Turney, District of Columbia. 
W. J. Walker, District of Columbia. 
M. V. Wright, District of Columbia. 
8. W. Madden, Virginia. 

G. L. DixoN, Virginia. 

W. Troy, Virginia. 

L. Warring, Virginia. 

Fields Cook, Virginia. 

R. Wells. Virginia. 

>1ENRY Williams, Jr., Virginia. 

W. H. Brisbane, South Carolina. 

A. Murcheson, South Carolina. 
Charles Satchell, Louisiana. 
Seymour Straight, Louisiana. 
N. Saunders, Louisiana. 

J. F. WiNTON, Louisiana. 
M. Dunbar, Mississippi. 
G. MiDDLETON, Mississippi. 
Henry P. Jacobs, Mississippi. 
Jordan Williams, Mississippi. 
H. H. White, Missouri. 
P. G. Wells, Missouri. 
Emanuel Cartwrioht, Missouri. 
N. G. Merry, Tennessee. 
N. Fryerbon, Tennessee. 
G. D, OviATT, Tennessee. 
P. Murrell, Alabama. 

B. Burke, Alabama. 
N. Ashby, Alabama. 
George W. Dupee, Kentucky. 
W. W. Banks, North Carolina. 
U. S. Houston, Georgia. 
Israel Campbell, Texas. 

T. C. FiiLDiNO, Nebraska. 



John Duer, 
H. C. Rogers, 
J. R. Morrison, 
Thomas Howe, 
R R. Pobt, 



Trustees. 

J. S. Harley, 
W. P. Griffin, 
Evan Jones, 
G. F. Post, 
Herberb Read, 
I. L. Perry. 



Corresponding Secretary. 

Nathan Brown. 

Recording Secretary. 

William Howe. 

Treasurer. 

H. Chamberlain. 

Auditors, 

William Howe, 
H. C. Rogers. 



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This institution, chartered by the State of 
Pennsylvania^ is established for the purpose 
oT perving as the great recorder's office of 
the denomination. It aims to collect all 
minutes, reports, pamphlets, and books, by 
Baptists, and all that can illustrate the origin, 
progress, and sentiments of all denomina- 
tions, whether existing or extinct. Also like- 
nesses and autographlettersof eminent Bap- 
tists, and unpublished manuscripts relating 
to the history of a^y section of Gnrist«ndom, 
or of individaal churches. Books in defence 
of the doctrines of other denominations are 
desired, but not their works on practical 

>iety, ah it is necessary to limit the scope of 

;he Society. 

Such a collection must be the work of a 
toctety formed Jor that purpose, existing from 
generation to generation, to which donations 
and legacies may continually flow. It cannot 
be made bv one man, or one generation. In- 
dividuals have amassed libraries, increasing 
in some cases to huge proportions, and owing 
their value principally to their being coUeO' 
tions of works in some one department, which 
always involves great labor and expense ; but 
none of them has existed beyond the second 
generation, and the auctioneer finally dis- 

Eerses what it required a lifetime of learned 
ibor and a princely fortune to collect Our 
library, the idy one of this character known to 
exist, will increaee steadily and quietly; con- 
suming nothing, absolutely incapable of being 
perverted to evil, and every part becoming 
more valuable by age. It will place where 
it may be found, a vast amount of material 
now scattered in unknown hands, and there- 
fore almost useless; and which, ii left where 
it is, will certainly perish when those who 
preserved it pass away. 

Baptists owe it to themselves, and to the 
glory of God, to preserve their history and 
literature. There being in olden times no art 
of printing, and in later times no toleration 
for such as held our sentiments, there c«n 
now be found but slender traces of the 
churches. We are the more bound to gather 
what remains. And now that the press is 
free, sedulously provide that oor successors 
shall have full knowledge of the doctrines, 
controversies, missions, beneficence, and litr 
erature, not only of our own, but of all other 
times. The time is at hand when every fact 
concerning those who, in every age, have 
been the conservators of true doctrine, and 
martyrs for maintaining it, will interest every 
Christian. 

Within less than ten years this Society has 
collected, by gift or purchase, about 4,000 
volumes, 16,000 pamphlets, 700 manuscripts 
(chiefly historical), 520 likenesses, and as 
many autograph letters. These last comprise 
full letters of Roger Williams. Carey, Marsh* 
man. Ward, Hall, Foster, Ivemy, Menno, 
Keach, Manning, Maxcy, Mercer. Semple, 
Oncken, Ac. All likenesses, views of Bap- 
tist edifices, and autograph letters, are fast* 
ened in Inrge, permanent volumes, and accn- 
rately indexed. The library is open every 
morning, and is resorted to not only by breth- 



ren in Philadelphia and vicinity, but hj au- 
thors and inquirers in distant States, to whom, 
on application, books are loaned through 
express companies. Thus does it already 
contribute to the scholarship, intelligence, 
and fixedness of principle, of the denomina- 
tion, while it stanas a grand memorial of the 
grace and glorv of God. 

It must be obvious that a place for such a 
collection muut be provided, and that it ought 
to be. as near as possible, fire-proof. The 
growth of the library evinces that the insti- 
tution is no longer an experiment It will be 
cherished Iw the denomination till the world 
shall end. There are no latent causes to work 
its discontinuance, and it can never cease to 

In the matter of building, there ought to be 
no difficulty. The cost will not exceed #100,- 
000; and once erected the Society will be 
amply endowed, as the rent of the lower 
story and cellars will suffice to support a 
librarian and buy books. Surely the whole 
denomination will not hvisitate to expend on 
an institution of such importance a sum not 
greater than many single oo'ngregations pay 
for a house of worship. 

Contribution in money or. books mav be 
sent to 630 Arch Street, Philadelphia, where 
the library is at present accommodated bv the 
Publication Society, without charge, but has 
already outgrown the hall. 

The Society has not yet expended anything 
The obtaining or 



for services rendered. 



gratuitous, it hopes not to be obliged to em- 

filoy an agent to raise money for a building, 
f its friends will forward their contributions, 
a lot will at once be procured, and the build- 
ing begun. Is there a Baptist, rich or poor, 
who will not, once in his whole life, make a 
donation to an object like this? Is there a 
self-sustaining church which will refuse it 
just one collection ? 

At every annual meeting, a public address 
is delivered by some learned brother. It was 
found that to print these in pamphlet form 
involved a loss of nine-tenths oi the cost 
They are now reserved till they become suffi- 
cient to make a volume, when the whole will 
be printed. The following ia a list of them. 
Prof. H. Osgood, of Croaer Theo. Sem., is en- 
gaged to deliver one at the next anniversary. 

1864, C. B. Smith— "The Philosophy of His- 
tory.*' Printed in the Christian Chronicle, 

1856. W. R. WiLUAMS—" Roger Williams." 
Printed in the New York Recorder. 

1856. R. B. C. Howell— " Early Baptists of 
Virginia." Printed by the Society. 

1857. Silas Bailet— "Baptist Preaching in 
the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries." 
Printed by the Society. 

1868. Rupus Babcock — " John M. Peck." 
Printed in the Baptist MemorieU, 

1869. 8. S. Cutting- "Historical Vindica- 
tions of the Baptists." Printed by Sheldon 
ft Co. 

1860. No address. • 



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1861. Datxd Bbrxdict— "Baptist Antiqaitles." 
JBIot Ainiished for the press. 

1862. GioBos R. Buss- **The Rehitioii be- 
tween the Principles of the Baptists and the 
Principles of Protestantism." Printed in the 
Christian Beoiew. 

1863. HowASD M ALOOM— " Origin, Objects, and 
Importance of the Historical Society *' Prints 
ed In the report of the Publication Society. 

1864. D. C. Eddy—" The Unitarian Apostacy 
In New England, and the Belation Maintained 
toward it by the Baptists." Printed by the 
Society. 

1866. J. V. ScHonsLD—** Religious Intole- 
rance in Past Times.*' 

1866. Ghas. H. Maloox— " History of Rhode 
Island Baptists." 

1867. No address. 

1868. Gko. W. Sucson- "Missions Successftil 
in Proportion to the Purity of the Doctrines 
Taught." 

1869. No address. 



Officebs of the Society. 

President. 
flowAKD Malcox, D. D., LL. D. 

Vioe-Presidenfs. 

DATI9 BsirsDicT, D. D., Rhode Island. 
Hon. John Gartkr Bbowk, Rhode Island. 
W. H. Shaher, D. D., Maine. 
Bason Srow, D. D., Massachusetts. 



Ron. TuBinicu., D. D., Connecticat. 

W. R. WiixiAMS, D. D., New York. 

John B. TaKToa, Esq., New York. 

J. Lswis Crober, Esq. JPennsylvania. 

Frankun Wilson, D. D., Maiyland. 

W. Q. FoRCX, Esq., District of Golombisi, 

T. B. BoTCE, D. D., South Carolina. 

W. T. Brantlt, D. D., Georgia. 

Hon. A. H. DuNLBTT, Ohio. 

Hon. Ltman C. Drapxr, Wisconsin. 

Corresponding Soeretiry. 
P. 8. Hbnson, D. D. 

Recording Secretiry. 

Lxn Knowus. 

Treasurer. 

OlOBOS NueiNT. 

Librarian. * 
H. E. Lincoln. 

Managers. 

6. D. Boardman, D. D.,Jo8. A. Wame, D. D.« 
8. J, Gresswell, D. D., T. G. NeaiBe, 
Lemuel Moss, D. D., Rev. £. D. Fendall, 
H. E. Lincoln, Robert G. Davis, 

Rufns Bucknell, T, A. Taylor, 

Thos. U. Walter, Isaac Ford. 



GERMAN UNION CONFEKENCE; 



The Second Union Conference was held 
with the German. Church in Cincinnati, Oc- 
tober 21st, 1868. it meets triennially. the 
next meeting to be held on the first Thurs- 
day in October, 1871, with the the First 
Church in New York City. 

From the minutes of the last meeting, it 
appears that they have a Publication Union 
at Cincinnati, a school at Rochester, and a 
Union for the Support of Widows and Or- 
phans. 

Officers and Committees. 

Moderator. 
Rev. J. C. Hasrlhuhm, St. Louis. 

Secrotirios. 

Rev. G. A. Sghults, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Rev. E. C. Janzix. 



Standing Committees. 

Publication Ckmimittee, 



P.W. Biokel» 
Th. Klinker, 
E. Tschirch, 



J. C. Haselbubn, 
D. A. Winter. 
H. Boedecker. 



Scfiool Committee. 



E. Tschirch, 
J. C. Faselhubn, 
P. W. Bickel, 



G. A. Schulte, 
J. S. Gubelmann, 
C. Bodenbender, 
, Trumpp, 



Committee on Union for support of Widows and 
Orphans. 



P. W. Bickel, 

H. Diel, 

D. A. Winter, 



L. H. Donner, 
W. Schneider, 
E. Zwick, 



H. Boedecker. 



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CONSOLIDATED AMEBIOAN BAPTIST MISSIONAET 
CONVENTION. 



The third annual meeting was held with 
the Washington Street Baptist Charch, at Pa- 
dacah, Eentacky, Thursday, September 19th, 
1869, the President, Rev.B. De Baptlste, in the 
chair. 

Rev. N. B. Frierson, of Murfreesboro*. Ten- 
nessee, alternate to Bev. John Ck>x, of Savan- 
nah, Georgia, deceased, delivered the intro- 
ductory discourse. Text, 1 Cor. 1 : 10,—" Now 
I beseech you, brethren, by the name of otir 
Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all si>eak the same 
thing, and that there be no divisions among 
you : but that ye be perfectly joined together 
in the same mind, and in the same judg- 
ment" 

EZTBAOTS FBOX ANHITAL BIPOBT. 

During the past year the work of the Con- 
vention has been limited by want of means. 
No appointments, with the exception of col- 
lecting agents, have been made, beyond what 
was recommended at the last annual meet- 
ing. Bat the brethren that have been in the 
field have been greatly blessed in their labors, 
as their annual reports will show. They have 
travelled far into the interior of Virginia, 
North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennes- 
see, Kentucky, Missouri, and other fields, 
and preached the gospel day and night to 
the multitudes found m sin and darkness. 
When they had no money to pay their fares 
on the public conveyances, none with which 
to buy bread for themselves whilst on their 
long, tedious, and often perilous journeys, 
still they girded their loins as faithful ambas- 
sadors of Jesus Christ, constrained to preach 
deliverance to the captive, and went forth 
proclaiming salvation to every creature, as 
set forth in the divine commission. Tens of 
thousands have heard the word through our 
missionaries, and thousands have been bap- 
tized in the name of the holy Trinity. The 
increase during the year has necessitated 
the erection of new meeting-houses, many 
of which have been built or commenced 
since our last meeting. 

The Sunday-school cause, also, has re- 
ceived more than usual attention in the dif- 
ferent States. Your Board have aided, as far 
as possible, every effort to create a deeper 
and purer interest in our Sunday-schools. 
We felt the need of a Sunday-school paper. 
In order to meet this want, and put our Sun- 
day-schools and brethren through out the land 
into communication with one another, and 
thus form a more perfect union, your Corres- 
ponding Secretary, with the approbation and 
encouragement of your Board and the Free 
Mission Society, commenced at his expense 
the publication of a first-class Sunday-school 
and juvenile paper called the Sunbeam^ hum- 
bly praying to God that it might beam on all 
who are in darkness, and warm every cold 
and melt every frozen heart; and God has 
abundantly blessed the enterprise. The Suth 
beam was started last December without one 
bona fide subscriber, and now it has a circula- 



tion of over 6,000 copies. 29,200 copies, or 
116,800 four-column pages have been printed 
and circulated since its commencement, the 

{^ood results of which are almost incalcu- 
able. Pastors and superintendents and teach- 
ers, both of the Nortn and of the South, have 
testified to the suitableness and efficiency of 
the Sunbeam ; and the learned, pious, and ez- 
perienced ministers of our boay, who know 
the wants of our youth, are regular contribu- 
tors to its columns. 

Tour Board has been exceedingly financial- 
ly embarrassed. The quarterly collections, 
recommended at the last annual meeting, 
have not been taken up and forwarded to the 
Treasurer. But of this it is necessary to take 
a liberal view. The churches, generally, ar« 
new, as regards liberty and independence, 
and are not sufiSciently trained to give for 
missions beyond their local demands, and 
the exceptional instances wherein they 
would, they are found to be poor and unable. 
Nearly all the means they could command, 
above the requirements of personal comforts, 
have been as much needed at home as abroad. 
Hence, but little has found its way to your 
Treasurer, whose heart has wept with grief, 
because he had not the means to pay the 
missionary and incidental bills of the Con- 
vention. 

Your Board must havemoney to work with, 
or else it must remain inactive, and oitr 
cause be worse than if the Convention did 
not exist From the fact there are about 
twenty other missionary and educational so- 
cieties, representing all denominations, And 
laboring ostensibly for our education and 
evaogeuzation, it is no easy matter to raise 
money outside of ourselves for the support 
our missionary enterprises, unless we can 
show our claims upon the charity of the pub- 
lic to be stronger than the claims of these so- 
cieties professing to work for us, and to do 
for us what we feel we can better do for 
ourselves. 

OUB WOBX, 

What shall we do, and ho^hall we do it? 
are questions that claim our serious atten- 
tion, and your Board would most respectfully 
urge upon you at this session of the Conven- 
tion to resolve upon a proper solution of 
these questions, and follow up the resolutions 
bv faithftilly doing what yon resolve to do. 
The religious and educational development 
of our brethren is the great work that lies 
immediately before us. Both of these in- 
terests claim of us all it is possible for us to 
do to promote them. 

Educational. 

Hitherto, we have left the educational work 
among our people to be done by others, and 
have contributed to other organizations, both 
religious and secular, for the support of this 
work, while it was right at our doors, and 



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ooald hftTe been done by as fuWj as well, and 
at far less expense. Both duty and denomi- 
national interest require ns to undertake and 
maintain a parely educational work, in con- 
nection witn onr missionary work. On the 
one hand, these are three diHtinct interests; 
but on the other they are mutually depend- 
ent, sympathetic, and cooperative. 

We recommend, therefore, that you appoint 
an Educational Board, who shall immediately 
take charge of and conduct the educational 
work to be carried on in connection with the 
Convention. We recommend further thaL 
in order to save expense in salaries of of- 
ficers, the managers of the Educational De- 
partment be the same, or from among those 
that shall fill the Missionary Board, as far as 
practicable and judicious. This additional 
work will require additional labor, for which 
you, or your Board, must provide, in the em- 

glojrment of assistants for your Gorrespond- 
ig Secretary. 

Tour Board would again respectfully call 
vour attention to the propriety of meeting 
Diennially, instead of annually. Many of 
the delegates give ten times as much to rail- 
road and steamboat companies, to attend the 
annual meetings of the Convention, as they 
give the Convention for the support of mis- 
sions. This fact denies that we feel that in- 
terest in the purposes of the Convention, and 
have that wisdom, power of management, and 
business capacity we claim to have. It is like 
giving ten dollars for a money-purse to carry 
ton cents in. If, therefore, you meet bien- 
nially, and require your Board to publish an- 
nual reports, as now done, you would save 
hundreds of dollars, that might be npent in 
the support of missionaries and teacners in 
the destitute regions of the earth, while 
nothing material would be lost to the Con- 
vention by the change. 

Stats OaeAirasATxoirs. 
The pastors in the different States have 
labored fiAithftilly, earnestly, and very suc- 
cesfblly in the work of organizing associa- 
tions and State conventions, according to the 
recommendation of this General Convention. 
Where the organization has been completed, 
and in operation, we have had proof that we 
must look upon this as a work absolutely 
necessary. The State of Virginia is fully or- 
ganized, and the Btate Board very harmoni- 
ously and efficiently cooperates with the Gen- 
eral Board. Th^ churches and associations 
communicate with the Convention througii 
the general State Board. This cod centrales 
and simplifies the work, and, at the same 
time, gives promise of greater efficiency. 
But, while this is the case in the State Of Vir- 
ginia, other States are not so well organized, 
and the leading brethren of them seem not 
to see and understand the importance of such 
thorough ormnization and cooperation with 
the General Board of the Convention. Sev- 
eral of the brethren, who take the lead in the 
States in which thev reside, manifest a want 
of interest that endangers the good of the 
Convention of which they are members, and 
for which, at their annual visitations, they 
profess great regard. 

PSBMAVXHT OfFIOXS. 

As the collections for general purposes, re- 



commended at the last annnsl meeting, did 
not come, your Board have been unable to 
negotiate for grounds and buildings, for per- 
manent offices, as was intended. But it is 
still the purpose of your Board to secure per- 
manent Duildings, for offices, Ac. that the 
Convention, or its Board, like other national 
societies, may have a permanent resting- 

{>lace, or foothold, and thus give character to 
tself. 

A special Committee on Education was ap- 
pointed, consisting of George W. Dupee, N. 
G. Merry, R. L. Perry, H. L. Simpson, J. P. 
Boulden, R. T. W. James, W. E. Walker. 
They presented the following report, which 
was adopted : 

** Your Committee on Education have care- 
fully and prayerfully considered the propriety 
of organizing and putting into operation at 
once an Educational Department of this Con- 
vention, as recommended by the Executive 
Board, and do conclude that it is to the good 
of this Convention, as well as our duty to the 
hundreds of thousands whom the Convention 
represents, to enter upon this important work 
at once, as suggested. If we are called upon 
as a body to spread the gospel, we are also 
called upon to spread intelligence, that it 
may be intelligently received. Therefore we 
recommend that the Executive Board be, and 
they are hereby directed to organize, or cause 
to be organized, an Educational Department 
of this Convention, officered by efficient and 
educational men, who will at once begin the 
work of collecting the necessary means, and 
organizing and sustaining schools under the 
patronage of this Convention. 

**That the Board, or the Corresponding 
Secretary, bring this matter before General 
O. O. Howard, Commissioner of the Freed- 
men*s Bureau, and request him to aid in this 
work, with such funds and other means as 
may be at his command as Commissioner of 
the Bureau, and thus help us to maintain 
schools among the 260,00u of our brethren 
whom we represent, and for whose Kood, 
temporal and spiritual, we are working.^ 

The receipts into the Treasury from all 
sources, during the year, amounted to 1^1,- 
213.61. The expenditures, to $21,197 J4, leaving 
a balance of $16.37 in the Treasury. 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held in Wilmington, V. C, on Thursday, 
September 22d, 1870. The following appoint- 
ments were made: 

Introductory sermon—Elder B. M. Duling ; 
alternate, Elder Wm. T. Dixon. 

Missionary sermon— Elder W. Shelton ; al- 
ternate. Elder R. T. W. James. 

Widows* Fund sermon — Elder G. W. Dupee; 
alternate. Elder A. W. Jackson. 

Doctrinal sermon— Elder Sampson White; 
alternate, Elder W. E. Walker. 

Officers of the Gonyektion. 

President 

Rev. R. Di Baptists, Chicago, Illinois. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. K Cartwbioht, Mo. 
Rev. N. G. Mbrrv, Teiin. 
Rev. J F. Boulden, Miss. 
Rev. W. H. Banks, N. C. 



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Corresponding Socretary. 
Rev. Rvrvs L. Pjbbbt, N. T. 

Reoording Secretary. 
Key. B. T. W. Jakxs, Ky. 

Treasurer. 
Deacon Isaac Baqwill, N. T. 



Board of Managers. 

W. T. Dixon, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Matthias Van stay, Brooklyn, N. T. 

8. Bundick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

O. W. Ddpee, Padacah, Ky. 

W. Shelton, Cincinnati, O. 

H- L. Simpson, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Henry WilllAms, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



FIRST NATIONAL BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
CONVENTION. 



The arrangements for this Gonyention were 
made by committees appointed by the Board 
of the Americao Baptist Puplieation Society, 
in accordance with the wishes of the Society. 
The General Committee consisted of Rev. 
Geo. A. Peltc, Pa., Chairman ; Bey. J. H. Castle, 
D. D., Pa., Secretary; Bey. B Griffith, D. D,, 
Pa., Bey. (Jeo. C. Connor. Ga. ; Rev. R Lowry, 
Pa.; C. R. Blackall, M.D., 111.; Bey. a C. 
Bitting, Va. 

The Local Committee, which was chosen 
from St. Louis, was a follows: — S D. Jones, 
Chairman ; E. H. E. JaraesoD, Secretary; A.S. 
Teasdale, J. W. Pattison, E. W. Pattison, W. 
A. McPhail, W. K. Sherwood, F. Blanke, Bey. 
G. J. Johnson. 

The Convention met Nov. 2d, 1869, with the 
Second Baptist Charch, St. Louis, Wm. Phelps, 
Esq., of New York, President of the American 
Baptist Publication Society, in the chair. 
There were ' " " ' " ' 



fates as 
f 



e present, and enrolled, 669 dele- 
follows :— From Alabama, 3; Ar- 



Eansas,!; Canada, 2; California, 2; Connecti- 
eut, 1 ; Delaware, 3 ; District of Columbia, 1 ; 
Georgia,!; Illinois, 267; India, 2; Indiana, 
19; Iowa, 19: Ireland, 1; Kansas, 4; Ken- 
tucky, 9; Maryland, 4; Massachusetts, 5; 
Michigan. 23; Minnesota, 8; Mississippi, 6; 
Missouri, 125; Nebraska, 6: New Jersey, 15; 
New York, 16; Ohio, 50; Pennsylvania, 44; 
Bhode Island, 3; Tennessee, 3; Virginia, 9; 
Wales,!; West Virginia, 2; Wisconsin, 16. 
Thus 28 of the United Stotes were represented, 
as also Canada, India, Ireland, and Wales. 

Addresses of welcome to the Convention 
were made by Hon. Nathan Cole, Mayor of^ 
the City of St. Louis; Bey. J, E. Welch, D. D., 
of Wright City, on behalf of the great West, 
and Rev. Sheppard Wells, on behalf of the 
Union State Sunday-school Convention of 
Missouri. These were responded to by Wm. 
Phelps, Esq., Chairman, and Rev. George A. 
Peltz, Chairman of the Gtonerai Committee. 

The Convention continued in session for 
three days, during which time the following 
subjects were presented by special arrange- 
ment and discussed : 

" Our Aims as Sunday-school Workers," by 
Rev. Frank M. Ellis, of Kansas. 

'*Our Aims in this Convention," by Rev. C. 
H. Rvland, of Virginia. 

<* BelaUona of Ihe Sanday-school to the 



Family," by T. D. Anderson, D. D., of New 
York. 

"Belations of the Sunday school to the 
Church," by P. S. Henson, D. D., of Penn- 
sylvania. 

**Belation8 of the Sunday-school to the 
Community," by Rev. J. F. Elder, of New 
Jersey. 

**A Good Sunday-school in every Baptist 
Church," by Basil Manly, D. D., of South 
Carolina. 

** Mission Schools," by E. D. Jones, Esq., of 
MissourL 

"Organiiation, Statistics, and Progress," by 
George W. Anderson, D. D., of Pennsylvania. 

'* Singing in the Sunday-school," by Bey. 
E. G. Taylor, of Illinois. 

''Doctrinal Training," by M. G. Hodge, 
D. D., of Wisconsin. 

A sermon on **The Early Conversion of 
Children," was preached by G. D. Boardman, 
D. D., of Pennsylvania. 

The music, during the session of the Con- 
vention, was under thecharge of the ]M[usic|J 
Directors, Theo. E. Perkins, of New York, and 
W. Howard Doane, of Ohio. 

One evening was spent in special discus- 
sion, in regard to the work of Sunday-schools, 
the Convention meeting in sections. 

Section 1. Pastors and Oncers, Bev. Qeo, 
A. Pelts, of Pennsylvania, Chairman ; 

Section 2. Teachers of Adult and Juyenile 
Classes, Prof. Robert Lowry^ of Pennsylvania^ 
Chairman. 

Section 3. TeachcTs of Infant and Primary 
Classes, Dr. C. R. Blackall> of Illinois, Chair- 
man. 

The following resolutions were reported by 
a special committee and adopted. 

Keaolvedf That this Convention an'd Insti- 
tute most earnestly desire and seek to pro- 
mote the unity and co-operation of our entire 
American Baptist brotherhood in our Sunday- 
school work. 

Beaolved^ That inasmuch as the interests of 
Sunday-schools throughout the country re- 
quire the service of a judicious and entnusl- 
astic worker, who shall giye his undlvi(^ 
energy to the consideration' and illtisttation, 
by the best me^hod^ of organ|^tio^ s^d in-& 
strud.tiob, and ^ able, by^ his yo^kn'd pen- 
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to all the improTements in Sanday-school 
work, therefore this ConTention respectfully 
and earnestly request the American Baptist 
Puplication Society to appoint a General 
Secretary for the Department of Sunday- 
school work. 

JUsolvedt That we recommend the thorough 
organization, in all the States, of our Baptist 
Snnday-sehools into State and District Con- 
ventions, for the purpose of improvement 
and extension, and as the most effective 
means of promoting this object, we also 
recommend, so far as possible, the employ- 
ment of State and District Sunday-school 
missionaries. 

Betolved, That in view of the urgent neces- 
sity for a Sunday-school literature commen- 
surate with the wants of our great Baptist 
brotherhood, we deem it necessary that there 
be a weekly Baptist Sunday-school Teachers' 
paper, and we recommend the appointment 
of a committee of seven, to whom this whole 
matter shall be referred, said committee to 
consist of E. D. Jones, Mo.: A. E. Dickinson, 
Va.; B. Griffith, Pa.; J. A. Broadus, S. C; G. 
W. Gardner, Mass.; W. T. Brantly, Ga.; and 
E. G. Taylor, III. 

Betolved, That in the judgment of this Con- 
vention and Institute, the uniformity and 
efficiency of our Sunaay-schools would be pro- 
moted by the publication and use of a Sun- 
day-school manual, Written from a Baptist 
standpoint, and we thiAr^fore recommend the 
issue, at the earliest day practicable, by our 
Publication Society; of such a manual, con- 
taining the most approved and successful 
methods of organising and conducting Sun- 
day-schools. 

Seaolved, That we record our gratitude to 
God for his goodness in convening this large 
and earnest Convention of the friends of Sun- 
day-schools,— for the presence of the Holy 
Spirit in our meetings, blending our hearts 
in holy brotherhood, and express the hope 
thai tne American Baptist Publication So- 
' oiety» in co-operation with the Sunday-school 



Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, 

will make the necessary arrangements for 

another National Sunday-school Convention. 

J. W. Wabdib, W. H. Pohlmav, 

J. H. Castlx, E. D. Jonis, 

A. F. SpALnnro, G. A. Pklts. 

M. G. HoDOi, A. E. DicKursoir, 

W. H. H. Mabsh. 

The following resolutions were presented 
by John M. Evans, Esq., of Philadelphia, and 
unanimously adopted. 

BMolvtd, That the cordial thanks of this 
Convention are hereby tendered to the mem- 
bers of the Second Baptist Church, and to the 
citizens of St Louis, for the hearty welcome 
and liberal hospitality extended. 

Be9olv^, That our thanks are due to W. H. 
Doane, Esq., of Cincinnati, who has con- 
tributed so much to the interest of this Oon- 
vention ; also to the various conductors and 
speakers who have taken any part in the 
meeting of this Convention. 

Bewlved, That our thanks are tendered to 
the press of St Louis for their full and accur- 
ate report of our proceedings; also to the 
various railroad companies. 

Eesolvedt That our thanks are hereby ex- 
tended to the general and local committees, 
whose indefatigable labors have been so suc- 
cessful in contributing to the interests of the 
Convention and the comfort of its dele 
gates. 

On motion of Rev. Robert Lowry, of Penn- 
sylvania, the American Baptist Publication 
Society was requested to publish a full report 
of the proceedings of the Convention.* 

Prayer was then offered,' and the benedic- 
tion pronounced by the Rev. Geo. A. Pelts, of 
Philadelphia, and the Convention dissolved. 



• The Ameriean Baptist Pnblioation Bode^ has published 
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ootaTo Tolome, price » cents, or ten copies for 91.00. It 
has also commenced the issue of Th> Baptist Tbachsb, a 
handsome monthly, at 75 oents per jmt, or 60 cents when 
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ALABAMA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The forty-seyenih annual meeting was held 
November 12, 1869, with the Baptist Charch 
at Oxford, the President, S. Henderson, D.D., 
in the chair. The introduotory sermon was 
preached by Bev. G. E.Brewer, from 2 Gor.y.20. 

The report of the Trustees of Howard Col- 
lege was read, l^ppears that the depart- 
ment of instruction in theology has been re- 
yi?ed. President 8. B. Freeman fills it, and 
there are five students for the ministry avail- 
ing themselves of its advantages. The num- 
ber of students matriculated is 146. In view 
of the inadequate income of the College, the 
trustees recommend that i^.000 be raised in 
such way as the Convention may elect, to meet 
the salary of the President, so that the receipts 
firom tuition may go toward the other current 
expenses of the institution. 

A report was adopted recommending the 
appointment of a suitable Hgent, by the trus- 
tees of Howard College, to secure a further 
endowment of not less than $60,000, on a plan 
to be determined by the Board. 

The report of the Board of Trustees of Jud- 
80n Female Institute showed 160 students in 
attendance last session, and 165 at present,— 
being an Increase of 50 per cent, over the 
number at the same date last year. Its corps 
of instructors is 15 in number. 

During the session the memorial sermon 
of Dr. B. Manly, Sr., was preached by S. Hen- 
derson, D. D. 

Resolutions were adopted calling for the 
publication of the sermon in pamphlet form, 
and deciding to inaugurate the enterprise of 
building an additional structure for the espe- 
cial accommodation of Alabama students, at 
the Southern Baptist Theological Semiuary, 
Oreenville, S. C. as a memorialto the worth of 
Dr. Manly, the nrst President of the Board of 



Trustees of the Seminary, — the enterprise to 
be consummated by appeals from the dele- 
gates present, to their churches and associa- 
tions. 

The report on the state of religion, repre- 
sentine the churches as in a better condition 
than tney have been for the last few years, 
was adopted. 

The Committee on Sunday-schools made a 
report, stating that there is an increased in- 
terest in the work, and the work makes pro- 
gress,— though not a satisfying progress. 

The Finance Committee reported cash 
paid to various objects : for Domestic Mis- 
sions, $717.74 ; for Foreign Missions, $430.05 : 
Sunday-school Board, fOl.oS; Conventional 
expenses, $16.05; Indian Missions, $240.15; 
Ministerial education, $30.84 ; Southern Bap- 
tist Theological Seminary, $229.50; Howard 
College $14.81 ; total $1,770.17. 

The meeting was the largest and most en- 
oouragiog meeting held for some years. The 
next meeting will be held at Opelika, on 
Friday, Nov. 11, 1870. Bev. D. W. Gwin ia 
to preach the introductory sermon, Kev. C. 
Manly, alternate. 

Offickrs of the Contention. 

President, 

Sahusl HiNDiBsoir, D. D., Childenberg. 

Secretary, 

Rev. C. Maitlt, D. D., Tuscaloosa. 

{Treasurer, 

8. H. FowLKis, Esq. 



ARKANSAS BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

This Convention was appointed to meet with the First Baptist Church, in Helena, on Satur- 
day, Nov. 13, 1869. The Introductory Sermon was to be preached by Rev. J. R. Gravrs, 
LL. D. We have been able to obtain neither minutes nor report in season. 



OmcEBS FOB 1868. 

' President, 
Bev. W. M. LiA. 



Secretary. 

Bev. W. H. RoBntv, LitUe Rock. 

Treasurer, 

H. HAWTHOun. 



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CALIFORNIA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The Third Anniversary was held with the 
First Baptist Gharch of Petalama, April 6th, 
1869, the President, G. R. Hendrickson, D. D., 
in the chair. The annual sermon was preached 
by the President, from 2 Gor. ill. 7, 8. There 
were present six life members, and twenty 
annual members. 

BSPOET OF BOABD. 

Soon after entering upon our duties, in 
obedience to your instructions, we arranged 
for the discontinuance of the system of labor 
through a General Missionary, and applied 
to the Board of the Home Mission Society to 
appoint a resident District Secretary for this 
coast. But up to the present time, though 
often urged to act, said Board has failed to 
secure the services of such an officer. In 
consequence of this, our wofk has made far 
less progress than we desired, although some- 
thing has been done. We have aided in sus- 
tainmg missionaries, as follows: Rev. J. A. 
Wirth, at Nevada Gity; Rev. O. W. Ford, at 
Napa; Rev. M. N. Stearns, at Santa Glara ; Rev. 
Ell Rees, at Redwood Gity; thus affording the 
feeble churches in those places the stated 
ministrations of the word, while temporary 
assistance has been given to the interests in 
Santa Graz, S. F. Mission, Paradise Districtw 
and the Ebenezer Ghurch at Elk Grove,— ana 
there are applications now in tramitu in be- 
half of Brooklyn and San Pablo, while other 
localities equally needy only await the in- 
crease of our funds to enable us to assist them. 

Our present expenses for local missionaries 
are as follows : 



Nevada Ghurch receives at the rate of |600 
per annum; Napa Gharch, ^400; Santa Glara 
$600; Redwood Gity, $360; Ebenezer, $200. 
[These amount are currency, paid in part by 
the American Baptist Home Misiion Society.] 

Brooklyn asks for $400. Santa Grus for $1,000, 
San Pablo for $400, and a large number ox 
other places for " help," without specifying 
any sum. 

The receipts for the year were $2.479.48 ; the 
expenditures $2,166.58; leaving a balance on 
hand of $312.90. 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held with the First Baptist Ghurch at Oak- 
land, on Tuesday, April 6th, 1870. The Rev. 
J. P. Ludlow was appointed to preach the 
annual sermon; Rev. J. D. P. Hungate, 
alternate. 

Ofpioers op the Conyention. 

PreHdent. 
Riv. Jomr F&anois, Brooklyn. 

Vice-PreHdents, 
Rev. G. W. Ford, Napa. 
Rkv. B. T. Mabtin, Oakland. 

Treasurer. 

J. A. Eatov, San Francisoo. 

Auditors. 

JoHK Abmbtbonq, Jr., San Francisco, 

Riv. S. S. RoBBBffs, Santa Grus. 

Secretary. 
Rxv. J. P. LuBLOw, Box 461, San Francisoo. 



CONNECTICUT BAPTIST .CONVENTION. 



The forty-sixth annual meeting was held 
with the Baptist Ghurch, Deep River. June 8, 
1869, the Vice-President, Rev. R. J. Adams, in 
the cbalr. The annual sermon was preached 
by Rev. B. S. Morse, from Mark i. 40-42. 

The Gonvention appropriated the last year 
to feeble churches about $500; for missionary 
service in the State, including the German 
pastor and church at New Haven, $1,400 ; other 
expenses, $275. 

The next anniversary is to be held at New 
Britain, in October, 1870,— the time of the an- 
nual meeting having been changed. Rev. S. 
Graves^ D. D., preacher of the annual sermon ; 
Rev. H. G Mason, alternate. 

CONNBGTIGUT BAPTIST EDUGATION 
SOGIETY. 

The Society held its forty-first anniversary 
at Deep River, June 9, 1869. The annual ser- 
mon was preached by Rev. J. W. Wightman, 
from Psalm cxzxvii. 6, 6. 

Eleven young men have enjoyed the pat- 
ronage of the Socielj during the past year. 
The amount paid to them was $1,093. 76. The 



whole expenditure of the Society for the year 
was $1,197.75. The whole amount of assets for 
the year, including receipts at this meeting, 
$1,310; leaving a balance mthe treasury, after 
paying the indebtedness incurred last year, 
of $112.26. 

Officees op the Contention. 

President 
Rev. R. J. Abahs, Wallingford. 

Vice-President 
Rev. A. P. BuBL, New London. 

Secretary. 
Rev. E. GusHHAN, Hartford. 

Treasurer, 
Wabxhah Gbiswolb, Hartford. 

Auditor. 
Ghavroit G. Sm* h, Hartford. 



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Otficers of the Education Society. 

Pretident 

Rev. A. L. Feexkan, Southington. 

Viee-PruidenU. 

I. H. B&OMLBT, Esq., Hartford. 
Rev. H. O. Masov, West Meriden. 



Seeretary, 
Rev. I. H. GiLBEAT, Middletown. 

Treasurer. 
R. M. BuRDiCK, Esq., Hartford. 

Auditor. 
H. E. DAT, Esq. 



FLORIDA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

We have been able to obtain no minutes or report of the meeting of this Gonyention for 1869. 



GEORGIA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The fortynsteyenth annual Gonyention met 
April 23d, 1869, at Gathbert. The President. 
P. H. Men, D. D., in the chair. The Annual 
. Sermon was preached by Rey. W. H. Dayis, 
from Rey. xiz. 6, 7. There were 78 delegates 
present. 

The following report of the Standing Gom- 
mittee on the State of Religion and Religious 
Destitution, was presentedand adopted. 

RXPOET. 

*'The field presented for the inquiries of 
your committee is so large.and the facts which 
can be stated with certainly so few, that our 
report must be regarded merely as the be- 
ginning of inyestigations which may here- 
after be prosecuted with greater success. 

" In Northeastern (ieoriga, east and north of 
Athens, there is not a minister who is sup- 
ported while preaching the gospel. There 
are those who hold anti-mission sentiments, 
and those who are called Whiteites. The 
beneyolence of the churches is low, but im- 
proying. Most of the churches haye sup- 
plies ; a few are destitute. 

"In what is called Gherokee Georgia, there 
is a most interesting and promising field for 
missionary labor. The Gherokee Baptist Gon- 
yention is dissolyed; the Gassyille GoUege 
gone, ^nd the building burned.- Gould the 
rethren of this section be persuaded to 
identify themselyes with this Gonyention and 
with Mercer Uniyersity, your committee are 
of the opinion that mutual good would result. 
In this portion of the State, there is a general 
deficiency in the supply of preaching and 
Sunday-schools. One minister, for instance, 
is supplying six churches. There is a low 
st-ate of spirituality, and a far too general use 
of intoxicating drmks. Kingston, it is be- 
lieyed, is now destitute. 

"In middle Georgia a district has been 
brought to our attention, haying Knoxyille 
for a centre, with a distance of forty miles 
around, of most deplorable destitvitlon,-^ 



churches without preaching, and general de- 
moralization. 

" From the neighborhood of Newnan, there 
is the report of a dearth of religious reviyals,— 
the letting down of social morals, and the ex* 
istence of intemperance. 

" In southwestern Georgia, Starkyiile is des- 
titute. In some limited sections there are not 
many Sunday-schools; they go into winter 
quarters and sometimes fail to come out in 
spring. 

" In the yicinitv of Grawfordyille all the 
churches, it is belieyed, are supplied. It is 
thought that there is more general wicked- 
ness than formerly, while there are no general 
reyiyals. 

" In the Stone Mountain Association there 
is quite a range of distressing destitution. 

" Aboye Augasta, for twenty miles, there is 
much need of preaching. Belair and Groye*8 
churches are unproyiaed for. The colored 
people of Augusta, and yicinity, are accessible 
to tne ministry of white men. The EoUock 
street Baptist Church, of Augusta, is in need 
of a larger building, to accommodate the peo- 
ple in its yicinity, and its pastor is seeking 
means to accomplish the object. 

" Burke coanty possesses, perhaps, the best 
Baptist meeting houses of any county in the 
State, but there is much reason to fear that 
they will soon be deserted, without some 
better means of supply. 

" Most of the city churches haye mission 
stations and Sunday-schools to reach those 
who do not attend the regular seryices. In 
these larger towns there is much complaint 
of theatre-going, balls, worldliness, and also 
want of integrity in reference to promises 
and commercial honor. 

" On the coast of southern Georgia, the des- 
titution is well nigh uniyersal. Many church 
buildings were burned ; there is no ability to 
rebuild; quite a number of churches are dis- 
solyed. There are no pastors to gather the 
poor scattered flocks. There is no supply 
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which Brother Daniel is able to sopply 
moDthly, as missionary. At Bruaswick we 
have a house and a Sunday-school, but no 
preaching At this place, for more than a 
year, a few brethren nave been beseeching 
the denomination to send them a minister. 
The town is growing; the Episcopalians and 
Methodists are doing well. No house or 
preaching at St. Marys, Darien, or Wanesville; 
no preaching at several churcnes in Liberty, 
Bryan, and Chatham counties. There is a 
Tery large negro population in this part of the 
State, and. for some time past, they have 
manifested much more Interest in hearing 
our preachers, where there has been any one 
to hear. Here are the heathen at our doors; 
heathen, too, who have been declared citizens 
and voters. 

"We close the report with the following re- 
marks : Ist. That fiddling; and dancing, drink- 
ing, and social irregularities, have character- 
ised our church members of late more than 
at any time for the last twenty years. This, 
however, is not confined to Baptists, but the 
like state of things exists with other denomi- 
nations. 2d. That the spirituality of oar peo- 
ple is low in its manifestations, and there is a 
sad Laodicean spirit generally prevailing. 
3d. That there is a great want of ministerial 
consecration and ministerial support. 4th. 
That there is much destitution among the 
churches, and many neighborhoods unpro- 
vided with the preached Word. 6th. That 
there is a Sunday-school revival in the State, 
and that many new schools have been formed 
recently. 6th. That the state of religion and 
religious destitution calls for prayer and self- 
denial,- the cessation of putting forward the 
war and poverty as pleas for the love of the 
world and the idolatrvof covetousness. 7th. 
That our churches should rely more upon 
frequent collections of small amounts,than up- 
on the annual subscription of large amounts. 
A church of one-hundred members can pay 
her pastor four hundred and eighty dollars a 
year, by simply collecting ten cents every 
Lord^s Day from each member. How easily 
done I This is the true system; lay by every 
Lord's Day as the Lord has prospered." 

In regard to the Mercer University the 



following, from a report by a special com- 
mittee, was adopted. 

" Your Board of Trustees have declined to 
make any recommendations to your body, 
but from &cts obtained from the addresses 
made in connection with their report, your 
committee are of opinion that such action 
should be taken as will place the University 
in the very highest state of efficiency; and 
we recommend, 

" 1. That an effort should beinade immedi- 
ately, or as soon as the Board may deem it 
Sraotieable, to raise at least one hundred 
lousand dollars, to be added to the endow- 
ment fund of the University. 

** To raise the amount indicated, wUI require 
an active and well qualified i^ent, and your 
committee would respectAilly recommend, 

" 2. That the Board of Trustees be author- 
ized to employ such an agent, and put him 
into the field, with intructions to canvass the 
whole State until the required amount of 
fnnds be raised. 

" 3. Tour committee would also recommend, 
most respectfully, that the Board be authoi^ 
ized to pay their agent, when a suitable one 
can be employed, a compensatine salarv out 
of any unappropriated funds which may here- 
after come into the Treasury. 

" In conclusion, your committee would sug- 
gest to our people the propriety and absolute 
importance of patronizing and sustaining our 
own cherished University." 

The next meeting of the Convention is to 
be held with the Newnan Baptist Church, 
April 22d, 1870. Rev. J. O. Ryals to preach 
the introductory sermon, Rev. J. L. Under- 
wood, alternate. 

Officers of the Convention. 

PreHdenL 
P. H. Mill, Athens. 

Secretory. 

O. B. MoCall, Hawkinsville. 

Atsistant Secretary. 

N. A. Bailt, Albany. 



BAPTIST GENERAIi ASSOCIATION OP ILLINOIS. 



The twenty-fourth anniversary was held 
with the First Baptist Church at Aurora, Oc- 
tober 15th, 1869, the President, Hon. E. O. 
Miner, in the chair. The annual serm on was 

? reached by Rev. J. H. GrifiHth, of Galesburg, 
rom Luke xlv. 23 : " Oo out into the highways 
and hedges and compel them to come in." 

The report of the Board shows that there 
have been 22 missionaries under their di- 
rection during the year. These mission- 
aries, including superintendents, have la- 
bored 741 weeks; travelled 20,664 miles; 
preached 1,742 sermons; baptized 112 per- 
sons; received by letter and experience, 128 ; 
gave 304 lectures and addresses; attended 
1,100 prayer-meetings. 

The receipts for the year were $6,569.65; 
the expenditures $5,464.66. 



The Board recommends the following as 
means of carrying on its great work : 

**1. To seize upon the most important and 
promising points of influence, in a popula- 
tion ever Increasing and changing as is ours, 
fields are constantly opening where a small 
expenditure for a short time secures a good 
meeting-house, an efficient church, and a 
remunerative benevolence. 

" 2. To keep up a good S3natem of itineracy. 
Fields for itmeracy are less numerous than 
formerly, but there are still many regions 
where old-fashioned, whole-hearted, hard- 
working itinerants can be very useful. 

*'3. To care most kindly for the feeble 
churches which are not profitable mission 
fields. These churches are very numerous. 
Of 813 churches whose statistics for the past 



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year or two are at band, only 36 number above 
200; only 148 above 100; while 109 churches 
number between 75 and 100; and 136 between 
60 and 75 ; and 230 between 25 and 50 ; and 154 
below 25. .We have thus 384 churches num- 
bering less than 50 members each. 

" If we had $20,000 to spend in Illinois, we 
might do much to aid those churches; but 
with our present receipts very many of them 
cannot receive aid without tne most culpa- 
ble neglect of vastly more profitable fields. 
But we can and should pray for them, and 
sympathise with them, and be deeply earnest 
to do for them the very best thing possible. 
The best thing in most cases is to secure 
union or cooperation,— the union of two or 
three smal I churches in one, or where that can 
not be, the cooperation of several churches 
in sustaining the gospel. Union is strength, 
separation Is weakness ; and Baptists incline 
too much toward breaking up into separate 
organizations." 

A' committee appointed last year presented 
the following : 

** Your committee at the last anniversary, 
in regard to *Alrolra College,' to 'carry the 
wishes of the General Association and of the 
donors into full effect,' beg leave to report that 
the committee was represented at the annual 
meeting of the trustees of said College, and, 
upon full examination, find that Almira Col- 
lege is a legally chartered institution, with a 
Board of thirty Trustees, two-thirds of whom 
are Baptists ; that titles to its property and 
lands are perfect; that the debt of $15,000 
has been cancelled, and that an agreement 
has been entered into and recorded on the 
books of the Board, that this Oeneral Asso- 
ciation may appoint annually three members 
of the College Board. Upon full discussion on 
the part of the Board and your committee, in 
regard to the interests of female education, it 
was our nnanimous opinion that the Baptist^ 
of Illinois should raise at least $100,000 for ad- 
ditional buildings and an endowment fund." 

The following resolution was next read and 
discussed and adopted : 

** Resotved^ That a committee of seven, four 
of whom Hhall be ministers, be appointed to 
corresp()nd with such denominations at* tfBch 
the divinity of Jesas Christ, and the regen- 
eration of the soul as a prerequisite to rap- 
tinm, and immersion as the mode of induc- 
tion into the church, with a view to a more 
vital union and cooperation in Christian en- 
terprises, and ultimately to a complete union 
of all who believe in one faith, one Lord, and 
one baptism, and that said committee be 
authorised to make such arrrngements as 
may be deemed advisable. 

** All of which is respectfully submitted." 

The following brethren were appointed 
the committee named above: Hon. H. G. 
ReynoldPi Rev. E. J. Goodspeed, D. D., 
Rev. J. D. Cole, D. D., Rev. C. Button, Hon. L. 
D. Boone, Hon. E. G. Miner, Rev. N. N. 
Wood, D. D. 

The committee on Denominational History 
in the State, reported as follows,— the report 
at once adopted : 

» Wh»rbah, It is exceeding desirable that a 
full, reliable, and accurate history of our de- 
nomination in liliuois. should be prepared, 
and tohereas, much of the materials for such 
history must be obtained from early pioneers 



who are rapidly passing away, and whereas, 
in the judgment of this committee. Rev. 
Jirah D. Cole, D. D., possesses eminent ouali- 
fications for compiling such a history; there- 
fore, 

" Bexolvedy That this Association earnestly 
recommend that Rev. J. D. Cole be requested 
to undertake the preparation of said history 
at the earliest practicable moment, and that 
we sincerely pledge him our hearty cooper- 
ation in its completion." 

The next meeting will be held at Green- 
ville, October 14, 1870. 

ILLINOIS PASTORAL UNION. 

The Union met at Aurora, on Wednesday, 
October 13, 1869. The annual sermon was 
preached by Rev. A. R. Newton, from 2 Cor. 
V. 14. An exegesis was read by Rev. J. O. 
Metcalf on 2 Cor. xi. 3, and an essay by Rev. 
J. A. Smith, D. D., on the " Reciprocal Rela- 
tion of Baptist with other Denominations." 
A report on the history of the Baptists in 
the State was presented by Rev. Jirah D. 
Cole, D. D., and referred to the General As- 
sociation for action. 

The next meeting will be held at Green- 
ville, in October, 1870, Rev. W. M. Haigh to 
preach the annual sermon, Rev. J. O. Met< 
calf, alternate. 

ILLINOIS BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
ASSOCIAilON. 

The Association met at Aurora, on Thurs- 
day, October 14, 1869. The morning was given 
to adopting constitution, general business 
affairs, and devotions. In the afternoon the 
Convention met in sections, in the different 
churches, for the purpose of discussinfc to 
better advantage a wide range of practical 
questions pertaming to Sunday-school work 
and needs. In the evening a mass-meeting 
was held in the City Hall, addressed by the 
President, Rev.C. E. Hewitt, of Bloomington, 
Dr. C. R. Blackall, of Chicago, Rev. Dr. E. J. 
Goodspeed, of Chicago, and Rev. J. H. Grif- 
fith, of Galesburg. The meeting was a very 
large one, and full of interest. 

On Friday morning reports from the sec- 
tions were presented by Rev. E. G. Taylor, 
Dr. C. R. Blackall, and others. Addresses 
were made by Rev. J. Bnlkley, D. D., Rev. H. 
Davis, D. D., and Rev. Lewis Raymond. 

The next meeting will be held at Green- 
ville, in October, 1870. 

Officers of General Association. 

President. 

Rev. J.fBuLKLKT, D. D., Upper Alton. 

Vice-Presidents, 

J. Fkancis, Springfield. 

S. F. Holt, Decatur. 

J. M. Gregort. LL.D., Champaign. 

1. G. PiPXR, Canton. 

Secretary. 

Rev. P. J. Wardnbr, Springfield. 

Treasurer. 

. L. R. Broww, Springfield. 



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Officers of Pastoral Ukion. 

Prettidmt. 
Bev. H. Datis, D. D., Rock Island. 

Secretary. 
Rev. F. D. RiOKKRsoir, Waukegan. 

Officers of S. S. Association. 

PrendenU 

Rev. C. B. Hkwitt, Bloomlngton. 



Carreeponding Secretary, 
Dr. G. R. Blackall, Chicago. 

Recording Secretary, 

Rot. W. p. Etibktt, Elgin. 

Treaturer, 

A. H. Walkxb, Chicago. 



INDIANA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The thIrty-seTenth annual meeting con- 
vened with the Baptist Church at Franklin, 
Out, 26, 1869, the Vice-President, Rev. Wm. 
M. Pratt, D. D., in the chair. Eighty-three 
members were present. The introdactory 
sermon was preached by Rev. O. B. Stone, of 
Lafflyette, from 2 Cor. v. 14. 

The Convention had engaged five mission- 
aries daring the year, while five others had 
been employed during a portion of the time. 
The Board calls the attention of the Conven- 
tion to the need for " a Jadicioas, patient, 
persevering General Missionary, — one who 
will devote his whole time to the work, and 
one who will command the respect of the 
denomination in the State.*^ Their recom- 
mendation was adopted. 

The receipts into the treasury were $2,283.- 
117; the expenditures $2,123.19 ; leaving a Itml- 
ance of $160.08. 

The next meeting is to be held with the 
Church in Huntington, October 26th. 1870. 
Rev. W. M. Pratt, D. D., to preach the intro- 
ductory (termon, Rev. H. Day, D. D., alternate. 

INDIANA PASTORS' UNION. 

The Union met at Franklin, October 26, 1869, 
the Secretary, Rev. J. B. Shaff, in the chair. 
37 members were present Rev. J. R. Stone 
preached the introductory sermon from 
Bphesians iv. 11, 12, and Proverbs xxii. 6. 
Rev. T. R. Palmer also preached from John 
i. 12, 13. Essays for discussion were read : 
on ''The Training of Converts," by W. M. 
Pratt, D. D., and on "Pastoral Work, and the 
Qualifications for it,*' by Rev. Jos. Brown. An 
outline of a sermon was presented by Rev. W. 
T. Stott. 

The next meeting will be held at Hunting- 
ton, October 24, 1870. 

INDIANA BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
CONVENTION. 

The second anniversary of the Convention 
was held at Franklin, October 28, 1869, the 
Pre-ident, Mr. J. R. O^'good, in the chair. He 
made an opening address on ''the A^cessities 
and Possibilitips of Sunday-school Work." 

Rev. E. A. Russell, StAte Sunday-school 
Missionary, reported his work during the 
year: ttavelled 11,340 miles, preached 259 ser- 
mons attended 32 Sunday-school Institutes, 



instituted 24 new schools, visited 69 schools, 
sold 1,719 volumes, donated 610 volumes, and 
distributed 66,200 pages of tracts. In Septem- 
ber he sent out 463 letters and received 297 
replies from schools, in which were 28,307 
scholars, 38,220 volumes in libraries; of the 
297 superintendents of these schools 39 were 
ladies, 222 were teaciiers. Two-thirds of these 
schools continue through the year. 1440 
scholars were added to the churches from 
these during the year. 

Addresses were presented on "Our Aims,** 
by Rev. 0. B. Stone, and on " The Importance 
of Adult Bible Classes," by Mr. C. P. Jacobs. 
A model Bible-class lesson wa» presented by 
Mr. J. R. Osgood. 

A mass-meeting of children was held on 
afternoon of the 29th, and addressed by Rev. 
E. A. Russell, Dr. C. R. Blackall, Rev. J. P. 
Agenbroad, and Messrs. J. R. Osgood, O. P. 
Jacobs, J. M. Sui ton. 

It was resolved "That the Secretary, Rev. 
E. A. Russell, be directed to procure the sta- 
tistics of the Baptii<t Sunday-fchools of the 
State, and to continue at this work until he 
succeeds.** 

Also resolved, "That this Convention 
roost earnestly recommend to every Baptist 
Church in the State the establishing of a 
Sunday-school in connection with the church, 
under its own control, and that the school 
keep working away, in winter as well as in 
summer." 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held at Huntington, October 25, 1870. 

OmcERs OP THE Convention. 

President. 
Rev. W. M. PaAtT, D. D., New Albany. 

Vtce-Preeidente. 

Rev. L. D. RoBiirsow, Shelburn. 
Rev. W. Elgin, Indianapolis. 

Secretary. 
Rev. S. M. SnKBOsr, Terre Haute. 

Treaturer. 
Dawixl Q. Wiluams, Indianapolis. 



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OmciBS or Pastor's Ukiok. 

PreHdemL 
Bey. J. B. Svon, Fort Wayne. 

Viee-Pretident, 
BeT. A. 8. Ams, Seymour. 

Secretary, 
Bey. J. B. 8BAry» Bhelbyrille. 



Bey. A. J. Easxx, Frmnklin. 
OincEBS of S. S. Ookyentiov. 

PretidwL 
J. B. OsoooD, Indienapolie. . 
Secretary, 
Bey. E. A, BusaUt Elkhart. 



IOWA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The Conyention held its twenty-eighth an* 
nnal meeting at Mount Pleasant, October 22, 
1869. the President, Bey. K Eaton, in the 
chair. The annual sermon was preached by 
Bey. W. L. Hunter, from Matt zxyiii. 19. 

BUHMABT or LlBOBf. 

Thirty-seyen missionaries haye been in 
commission, twelye of whom haye labored 
the entire year; flye, three-fourths; fourteen, 
six months ; and the others a shorter time. 
The aggnregate of weeks* labor is 1,316, and is 
equal to one minister's labor for 26 years. 
Sermons and lectures, JL274 : prayer-meetings 
attended, 2,646 ; pastoral yisits, f^7 ; persons 
baptised. 304 ; added by letter and experience. 
267; miles travelled, 39,466. The gnreatesi 
number of sermons by one missionary is 206 ; 
of yisits, 730; baptisms. 43. It is obvious 
from their reports, that the missionaries re- 
cognize the importance of pastoral visiting. 
But. whilst they generally make a fkir report 
of this kind of labor, there are a few whose 
excellence in this regard might be increased. 

Fmilrou. 

Including balance in the treasury, the re- 
ceipts have been, from all sources, $6,760.10. 
For all purposes,— printing, salaries, etc., the 
amount appropriated is |7,088.99. The amount 
now due missionaries, and unprovided for, 
except the unpaid pleidges of churches and 
individuals, is $1,322.89. 

At the July meeting, the Board, in order to 
assist the agent, appointed a brother for the 

fuarter, to act as Assistant Financial Agent, 
[e, however, after some hesitancy, decnned 
the appointment, and Brother Mitchell has 
done what he could, in the large field alone, 
except considerable aid by pastors. 

The following recommendation from 
committee was discussed, and referred to the 
Board: 

** That the State be districted from east to 
west, aloDg the different railroads. These 
districts to extend midway between the sev- 
eral roads; that at least one missionary, as 
soon as suitable men can be found, b^ as- 
signed to each district, who shall reside 
where there is no Baptist pastor, 
he be instructed to inauce Baptists, on either 
side of railroads, as far as praoUcabie, to con- 

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centrate upon points thereon, and imme- 
diately endeavor to secure elligible sites for 
meeting houses; that such missioaaries 
should devote all their time to the work ; 
make themselves acquainted with their field, 
as soon as practicable, and spend their Sun- 
dnrs in those places of most importance." 

The next meeting is to be held at Des 
Moines, on Friday, October 21, 1870, Bev. T. 
W. Powell, or Bev. T. B. Gressey to preach 
the annual sermon. 

IOWA BAPTIST UNION FOB MINIS- 
TEBUL EDUCATION. 

The Union met at Mount Pleasant, October 
21, 1860. The annual sermon was preached 
by Bev. D. H. Oooley, from John xiv.l6, 17. 

liABOnS Of ISlOBnAXT. 

The following is a summary of his six 
months of labor: Sermons and addresses 
delivered, 106; visits, 166; miles travelled, 
2,330 ; letters written, 202 ; money and pledges 
taken, $3,243.30. 

FnrAirois. 

The Treasurer's report shows that there 
has been received, $1,724.26 ; and appropriated, 
$1,739.22. 

BmnoiABii . 

The Board has adopted, during the year, 
seventeen beneficiaries, five of whom were 
studying at Chicago, five at Burlington, four 
at Shurtleff, one at Pella, one at Bochester, 
N. T., and one at Iowa State University. 
These are all young men of high moral 
worth, endorsed by the churches of which 
they are members, and the well known and 
distinguished professors of our approved in- 
stitutions of learning. 

The next meeting will be held at Des 
Moines, in October, 1870, Bey. O. T. Conger 
to preach the annual sermon, Bev. A. Pratt, 
alternate. 

IOWA BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION. 

The Union met at Mount Pleasant October 
24, I860, Bev. L. W. Hayhurst in the chair. 
And, that | Bev. T. W. Powell delivered an address on 
** The Duties of Pastors to Sunday-schools.** 

The following topics were discussed : 



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1. " How can we secure the attendance of 
the members of the Sunday-school, teachers 
and scholars, on the regular exercises of the 
sanctuary ?" 

2. " How can we make our Sunday-school 
instructions most promotive of the salTation 
of the children and youth ?** 

The latter topic was profitably discussed, 
and elicited the following answers,— Consider 
their danger,— be^teDd in their conversion,— 
study and teach directly to that end ; speak to 
each scholar personally, tenderly, and affec> 
tionately. 

On motion, 

** Beiolvetit That it is the sense of this body 
tliat every Baptist Church in Iowa should 
have a Sunday-school of its own." 

On Sunday, a children's mass meeting was 
held, led l^ J. Sunderland. Addresses were 
made by C. T. Tucker, J. S. Mabie, T. W- 
Powell, and C. F. Tolman. 

The statistics of the Sunday-schools which 
the Union have been able to obtain, are so 
imperfect, that they are not given in detail. 
They have reports from about 100 schools, 
which show 803 teachers, and 9,886 scholars. 
This is believed to be less than one-half the 
number in the State. 

The Union will meet on Thursday, October 
ao, 1870, at Mount Pleasant. 

IOWA BAPTIST MINISTERIAL UNION. 

The annual meeting was held at Mount 
Pleasant, October 21, 1869, the President, 
Rev. L. W. Hayhurst, in the chair. The an. 
nual sermon was preached by Rev. E. C. M. 
Burnham, from Acts iv. 12. 

Essays were read bv Rev. T. B. Cressey, on 
"The Tendencies of the age to Ignore the 
Church as the Instrumentality of Reform," 
and by Rev. D. H. Cooley, upon "Young 
Men^s Christian Associations, in their Rela- 
tions to and Influence upon Church Work 
and Life." 

The next meeting will be held at Des 
Moines, October 19, 1870, Rev. T. F. Thick- 
stun to preach the sermon. 

Officers of the Gontentiok. 

Presidmt. 

Rev. T. F. Thzokstw, Council Bluflii. 

Vtee-Prendents, 

Rev. O. T. Cowoia, Winterset. 

Rev. C. T. TuouB, Charles City. | 



Corretponding 8eer§tary, 

Rev. J. F. Child8» Des Moines. 

Aaaittant Seeretary, 

Rev. J. S. Mabii. 

Treasurer. 

Rev. J. O. WnjBOV, Des Moines. 

Officebjs of Union fob Ministerial 
Education. 

Pretident 
Rev. Edwin Eaxon, D. D., Muscatine. 

Vice-President 
Rev. Chaxlis T. Tuokib, Charles City. 

Seeretary, 

Rev. DixnB P. Smith, Iowa City. 

Treasurer, 

Prof. A. N. Cusam. 

Officers of Sunday- school Union. 

President. 
Rev. J. EonirBTKB, De Witt. 

Seeretary, 
Rev. J. BuKSBaLAsn, Vinton. 

Officers of Ministerial Union. 

President. 

Rev. W. L. HvMTXB, Independence. 

Vice-I^esident 

Rev. J. F. Childs, Des Moines. 

Seeretary. 

Rev. H. A. GiniD, Iowa City. 



KANSAS BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The tenth annual meeting was held at Ot- 
tawa, June 2, 1869. 

The report of the Corresponding Secretary 
stated that the Home Mission Society had ex- 
pended $3,660 in the State during the past 
year. In this time several churches have be- 
come self-sustaining, among which are those 



at Leavenworth. Lawrence, Topeka, Manhat- 
tan, and Mound City. The report spoke of 
the great call for mlssionar}^ ^^^L ^''^ **^ 
count of the influx of population. To meei^ 
in part, this want, a tent that would shelter a 
thousand persons had been secured, which 
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more preachers and a colporteur are to go 
from i^ace to place with the tent, hold 
meetings, gather and baptise converts, and 
form charches, etc. 

Officers of the Contentiok. 

President 
Rev. Wzkyuld Sootz, Leavenworth. 



Vic9-Pr9iidmt 
Rev. W. 6. BiTMOim, Auburn. 
Seeretary. 
A. Stabs. 
Treasurer, 
J. F. JOHIS. 



KENTUCKY BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION. 



The thirtv-second anniversary was held 
with the Walnut Street Baptist Church, Louis- 
ville, May 20-24, 1869, Rev. J. S. Coleman, Mod- 
erator in the chair. The introductory sermon 
was preached by Rev. T. M. Dawson, from 
Acts li. 44. There were present 15 life mem- 
bers, 240 annual members, and 19 visiting 
brethren. 

EZXBACIS FBOX REPORT OF TBI BOABD. 
FiNANGXS.. 

There was in the hands of the Treasurer 
for State missions, at the beginning of the 
year, |96; there has been received during the 
year for State Missions, $10,268.20: and paid 
out $9,997.75; leaving a balance oi $270.75 in 
the treasury. There are now due our mis- 
sionaries $1,199.58; for the payment of which 
S revision is yet to be made. The receipts 
uring the fiscal year, though greater than in 
past years of our history, yet are not equal 
to what they should be; we ought to raise 
annually at least $25,000 to supply the desti- 
tution of our State. 

Mission Wobx vt thi Btati. 

Tour Board, to the full extent of the means 
ftimifihed it, has rendered assistance to feeble 
churches in support of their pastors. The 
importance of this branch of our work cannot 
be too highly estimated. It is literally carry- 
ing out the apostolical injunction that '*the 
strong should help the weak.'* Quite a num- 
ber ofour strongest and most liberal churches 
at this time, were once under the fostering 
care of this Board, stru^lng for an exist- 
ence, and but for its time^ assistance would 
have perished. 

And furthermore, we have sought to culti- 
vate especially the extensive destitute re« 
gions in the mountains, embracing about 
twenty-two of our largest counties, lying 
along on the Virginia and Tennessee borders, 
and among the mountains of the Cumberland 
ran^e ; and the success has been remarkable ; 
revivals have been numerous, and accessions 
large ; but much remains io be done to make 
our success complete. 

The far-seeing, enlightened business enter- 
prise ofour large cities, is stretching out its 
hands to grasp the vast stores of wealth, hid- 
den in these mountains. Already Mt. Ver- 
non, the county-seat of Rockcastle county, is 
in six hours travel of Louisville. Richmond 
in a shorter time. 

The vast beds of coal and iron, and the 



boundless forests of timber, together with an 
immense eastern and soath-eastem travel, 
will force, at an early day, these roads through 
this whole mountain range, to connections 
with the seaboard railroads at Charleston, 
ITorfolk, and Baltimore. 

The consequences will be that an immense 
population of intelligent, enterprising busi- 
ness men will settle in these mountains. Al- 
ready they are beginning to do so : and cUreadu 
other denominations are beginning to send 
their strong men to take the strong central 
points of influence. 

We should carefally maintain our vantage 
ground, and not give way to others to occupy 
our territory already acquired. Lotus stim- 
ulate these mountain churches to organise 
ministers* and deacons^ meetings; let us 
send some ofour strongest men among them 
to mould and give direction to their reli- 
gious enterprise. Let us seek to introduce 
our valuable paper, the Western Recorder^ 
into every mountain household, in order 
that they may all become intelligent, reading 
Christians. 

BviroAT-scHOOL Dbpabxioht. 

The Board has had Brother J. V. Riley la- 
boring as General Superintendent of the 
Sunday-school work in the State. He has 
labored during the past year until April last, 
when he resigned on account of ill health. 
It has been the plan of the Board to make it 
an important part of the work of all its mis- 
sioners and evangelists to establish Sunday- 
day-schools wheresoever they have gone. 
Nor have their efforts been unsuccessftil. 
There have been 76 new schools established, 
with an average attendance of 80 scholars in 
each school, making a total of 2,280 scholars. 
There were a number of Sunday-school meet* 
ings held, and lectures delivered, and a num- 
ber of Bibles, tracts, and papers distributed. 
It is a part of the work of every evangelist 
and missionary to labor to establish Sunday- 
schools, lecture on the Bible, establish Bible- 
classes, and stimulate the people to meet 
every Lord's Day for the public worship of 
God. 

CoLoam Mission Dspabticbnt. 

The Superintendent in bis report says: I 
would beg leave to ask your attention to a 
few things in relation to the Baptist cause 
among the colored people of the State. First, 
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more enlightened mlnietry for our ohnrches. 
And next to this is a want of competent 
teachers for our schools,— both for the day 
and Sunday-schools. This lack of teachers 
of our own throws our children nnder the 
influence of teachers of other denominations, 
which weakens our cause. We haye two 
brethren laboring in the State, Brother B. T. 
W. James, sent eat by our Ck>nvention, and 
Brother William J. Brown, who is supported 
by the Baptist Publication Society. These 
brethren report to us a great want of sound 
teaching, and a proper training among our 
people in many parts of the State. Now, in 
Tiew of this great destitution of men and 
means, we feel obliged to look to yon for both 
men and money, and most eameertly pray that 
something may be done to relieve us from 
some of the disadvantages we iabor under. 

In view of the importauce of the work of 
evangelizing the colored race in Kentucky, 
we would a^ise the continuance of the de- 
partment, and that more vigorous efforts be 
put forth. 

The Baptists of Kentucky ought to raise 
and expend for colored missions $5,000 an- 
nually. It is high time that we were fully 
alive to the importance of this work. From 
tibe brief reports given above may be seen 
what Episcopacy and Romanism are already 
trying to do, and if something is not done, 
and that vigorously and efficiently, we shall 
lose ground among the colored people, and 
our members will be seduced into heresies. 
We have Africa at our doors, and we should 
labor to convert her thousands to Christ 

UHXART. 

Number of missionaries employed...... 88 

Miles travelled 19,677 

Bajb engaged 2,942 

Sermons preached 2,83. 

Exhortations delivered 66^ 

Families visited and talked with on 

subject of religion 2,737 

Sunday-school addresses 127 

Baptized 1,039 

Total number baptized in three years.. 6,569 



The next meeting of the AsaoclatioB it to 
be held with the Watnut Street Baptist 
Church, at Louisville, on Monday May 2, 1870. 
Rev. James A. Kirtley to preach the intro- 
ductory sermon, Rev. A. D. Bears, alternate. 

BAPTIST MINISTERS' MEETING. 

The meeting convened May 18, 1860, at 
Louisvilio. S. L. Helm, D. D., Moderator, in the 
chair. Fifty-two ministers were present from 
tha State. The opening sermon was preached 
byRer. J. C. Maple. Butject: "The Gospel 
guarded against Perverseness.** Exegeses 
were presented by Rev. B. T. Taylor, on John 

iil. 8, and by Rev. Brown, on 1 John iii. 9. 

A sermon was also preached by S. Baker, D.D^ 
of Indiana, from Isaiah liii. 1-9. 

Officers of General Associatiov. 

Moderator, 

J. S. CouxAH, D. D., Hartford. 

Secretary, 

Rev. J. W. Rust, Louisville. 

AtsUtant Secretary, 

J. RuBBiu Hawxiks, Frankfort 

Correspond^ Secretary, 
Rev. S. F. TnOMPSoir, Louisville. 



Officers of Ministers' Meeting. 

Moderator, 

S. L. Hblx, D. D., Brandenburg. 

Gerk. 

Rev. J. M. Butt, Augusta. 



LOUISIANA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The twenty-first annual session was held 
with the Baptist Church at Mansfield, July 2, 
1809. The President, Deacon T. W. Bledsoe, 
was in the chair. The introductory sermon 
was preached by Rev. W. M. Fancher. 

There were present 62 delegates from 
churches, and 30 from Associations. 

The Executive Board reported that after 
two persons had declined to accept the ap- 
pointment of missionary and agent for lit. 
Lebanon University, it w&s tendered to Rev. 
Connell Clark, who had labored for four 
months and then resigned. He reported : 

" I have travelled as missionary m the par^ 
ishes of Caddo, De Soto.Bo8sier,aDd Claiborne. 
In the four months or labor, I have conduc- 
ted divine service with 22 churches, trav- 
elled 1,062 miles, preached 61 sermons, visited 



240 families, organized two Sunday-schools, 
and aided in ordaining 1 minister. 

** It is encouraging to see, in this portion of 
the State, a steady movement of Christians 
and churches, seeking the *old paths,* to 
walk in them,— inquiriu^ after and adopting 
the usages of the apostolic times. 

"No revivals are euioyed where I have 
travelled. It has aflTorded your missionary 
the highest satisfaction to meet and labor 
with your ministers, — ^all of them * sound in 
the feith,' many of them * mighty in the 
Scriptures.* ., . , , . , , 

"Beg leave to suggest that without delay 
a strong man,— minister if possible,— be em- 
ployed to visit those churches and settle- 
ments yet destitute of Sunday-schools, carry- 
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SQnday-BChools, and introdnoe books con- 
tain iog Bible views. 

** Such a laborer would meet much encour- 
agement and do great good." 

A committee was appointed to report some 
plan by which funds couid be raised to put 
two missionaries in the field, who recom- 
mended that pledges be taken from delegates 
present. Pledges were given for $738. 

From the Treasurer's report it appears that 
the receipts were $970.10; the expenditures 
$tt3.05, leaving a balance on hand of $547.05. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be 
held at Minden, on Friday, July 1, 1870. 

L0UI8UNA BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
CONVENTION. 

The Convention met at Mansfield, July 3> 
1869, the President, Dr. B. W. Blakewood, in 
the chair. Thirty-five delegates were present. 
Arrangements were made for reports on va- 
rious Sunday-school topics at the meeting 
next year. The receipts for the year were 
$396.60 currency, and $19.85 specie ; the ex- 
penditures $36.25 currency ; leaving a balance 
of $360.35 currency, and $19 specie. 

The next meeting will be held at Hinden, 
July, 1870. 

Officers of the Convention. 

President 
T. W. BLinsoa. 



let Vtee-Presidenf, 

B. W. Blaeewood, Bayou des Glaizes. 

2d Vice President. 

Bev. J. H. TnciUR, Eeachi. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
Rev. W. E. Paxton, Minden. 

Recording Secretary. 

W. F. WsLLS, Mt Lebanon. 

Trea»ufrer. 

C. A. Thubmobd. 

Aisisiant Trecuurtr. 

J.V.Whitj. 

Officers of S. S. Convention. 

President 

Dr. B. W. Blakxwood, Bayou dee Glaizes. 

Recording Secretary, 

W. F. Wills, Mt Lebanon. 



MAINE BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The Convention met with the Baptist 
Church at 01dtown,June 15,1869, the President, 
W, H. Shaller, D. D., in the chair. Seventy-lour 
members and messengers were present The 
annual sermon was preached by Rev. A. R. 
Crane, from Luke x. 2. From the report of 
the Board it appears that the Convention has 
had three general missionaries laboring du- 
ring the year, and has aided in supporting 
the ministry m thirty-three churches. The 
receipts for the year were $9,133.52, including 
$2,000 of funded property; the expenditures 
were $8,428.75, including also ^,000 funded, 
leaving a balance on hand of $704.77. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be 
held with the First Church, Portland, on 
Tuesday, June 21, 1870. Rev. J. Hubbard, Jr., 
is to preach the annual sermon, Rev. P. T. 
fiazelwood, alternate. 

MAINE BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

I The Society met at Oldtown, June 16, 1869, 
the President, A. Wilson, D. D., in the chair. 
The annual sermon was preached by Rev. W. 
O. Hoi man, from Mark xv. 39. From the 
Treasurer's report it appears that seven young 
men were aided by the funds of the Society 
during the year. The receipts into the trea- 
sury were $440.09; the expenditures $443.56, 
I eaving the Society indebted to the Treasurer 
$3.47. 
The next meeting is to be held at Portland, 



June 22, 1870. Rev. S. L. B. Chase is to preach 
the annual sermon, Rev. C. M. Emery, alter- 
nate. 

MAINE BAPTIST MINISTERS* INSTITUTE 
No meeting was^held during the year. 

Officers of the Convention. 

President. 

Rev. A. K. P. Small, Portland. 

Vice Preiident 

Dea. J. C. Whitx, Bangor. 

Oorrtsponding Secretary. 

Rev. J. Rioxm, D. D., Augusta. 

Recording Secretary, 
Rev. S. L. B. Chasb, Bangor. 

Treasured. 

Prof. J. B. FosME, Waterville. 

Auditor. 

Dea. W. F. A Snvurs. 



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Officers of the Education Society. 

PreHdefU. 
A. Wilson, D. D., Watenrille. 

Secretary. 
Bey. C. M. Ekxrt, Thomaston. 

Treamrer. 
Prof M. Ltfobd, Wateryille. 



Officers of Ministers' Institute. 

President, 
Rev. B. F. Shaw, Warren. 

Secretary and Trfjonvrer, 
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The thirty-fonrth annual meeting was held 
with the First Baptist Church, Georgetown, 
D. C. Noyember 10, 1809, the Moderator of last 
session, Hiram Woods, Jr.. in the chair. The 
annual sermon was preached by Bey. B. B. 
Eelsay, from 1 Cor. 1. 21. 

From the report of the Ezcutiye Board, it 
appears that nine missionaries haye been 
under appointment. They report: 

Weeks of labor 227 

Sermons preached , 638 

Prayer-meetings 193 

Visits 6,568 

Lectures 140 

Volumes giyen 826 

Pages of Tracts giyen 89434 

Baptised. ; 16 

The Treasurer reported $3,276.47 receiyed 
during the year; $3,268.82 expended; and a 
balance of $6.66 in hand. 

The report of the Committee on Finance 
says: "While the Treasurer's report for 
1860 shows a balance to the credit of the As- 
sociation of $6.65, yet memoranda attached 
tell us that we are in debt to the amount of 
nearly $1,260, for operations of the past year, 
besides about $1,300 due on account of the 
Cumberland Church, which must be proyided 
for as soon as possible. The Treasurer has 
receiyed from yarious sources during the sit- 
ting of the present Association, about $400 for 
the past year, which will reduce the deficit 
to about $2,200." 

In addition to work done, the Board report 
that they **haye deeply regretted their in- 
ability to supply the destitute churches at 
Salisbury and Vienna, or to respond to other 
appeals which haye been made to them from 
yarious fields. They haye had neither the 
rn^to send, nor the money to support them, 
antrthey earnestly urge upon the churches 
the duty of fervent grayer for both these ob- 
jects. A general missionary or eyangelist is 
greatly needed. Past experience has shown 
the yalue of such a laborer. Once, during 
the year, a correspondence was opened with 
a brother peculiarly qualified for such a post, 
but he declined to enter the field. We hope 
to be more successful next year, if the breth- 
ren will only furnish the additional funds 
needed for his salanr.** 

The Ministers and Widows* Fund reported 

,949.29 on hand at beginning of the year, 

161.17 receiyed ; making a total of $2,300.46. 

'he payments during the year $73.40; leaying 
a balance of $2,227.06 in hand. 



The following plans were adopted to pro- 
mote the cause ot ministerial education: 

A committee of fiye brethren shall be ap- 
pointed annually by the Executiye Board, to 
De called the "Committee on Ministerial 
Education." 

It shall be the duty of this Committee to 
correspond with the pastors of the churchea 
in the Association ; to urge them to seek out 
young men of promise In their respectiye 
churches; to take up collections annually, or 
ofiener, for the nurpose of aiding young men 
in pursuing studies preparatory to the minis- 
try; and generally to interest their memberv 
in praying, giving, and laboring fur this im- 
portant object. 

The funds entrusted to this Committee shall 
be appropriated by them only to aid young 
men connected with churches of this Asso- 
ciation, who shall be recommended by their 
respectiye churches, and approved by the 
Committee, after careful examination, and 
who shall pursue their studies in the institu- 
tions approved by said Committee^ But any 
church may designate the young man to 
whom its contributions, or any part thereof^ 
shall be appropriated, and the institution at 
which he shall oe educated. 

This Committee shall present a quarterly 
report to the Executiye Board, and an annufu 
report to the Association, in connection with 
that of the Board. 

In regard to the formation of a Sunday- 
school Convention, the following resolution 
was adopted : 

**Resotvedt That the Standing Committee 
on Sunday-schools correspond with the Sun- 
day-schools withiif the bounds of the Asso- 
ciation, requesting them to send delegates to 
a Convention to be held the day before the 
next meeting of the Association." 

The next meeting of the Association will 
be held with the First Baptist Church, Balti- 
more, on Wednesday, November 9, 1870, Rev. 
J. B. Hawthorne to preach the annual sermon. 
Rev. Joseph E. Chambliss, alternate. . 

Officers op the Association. 

Moderator. 
A. F. Ckani, Esq., Baltimore. 

Clerk. 
E. Calvin Wiluams, Esq., Baltimore. 



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The sixl^-seTenth anoiverRary was held in 
Salem, October 27, 16«9, the President. D. C. 
Eddy, D. D., in the chair. The preacher of 
the annual sermon being absent, Rev. H. 0. 
Townley preached from Matthew xxvii. S2. 
There were present 19 life directors, 38 life 
members, 09 annual members. 9 delegates, 
and 11 visiting members ; total lie. 

The report of the Board says that the State 
missionary ** during the vear has visited 
churches In everv Association; preached 
one hundred and forty-five times; aided in 
six protracted meetings; attended various 
church and committee meetings for consul- 
tation; furnished supplies for firom ten to 
twenty pulpits every Lord's Day, and pro- 
vided pulpits for as many ministers at large ; 
made sundry collections to remove church 
debts; maintained an extensive correspon- 
dence, sometimes answering thirteen le^lers 
a day ; and in short, performed any and every 
service that the feeble churches required at 
his hands. In the beginning of the year he 
visited the Berkshire Association, and fonnd 
four churches without regular preaching; 
one of them had not enjoyed the services ofa 
Baptist minister for years ; its pulpit now, 
however, is well supplied. The other three 
have settled pastors. A like statement, to 
some extent, may be made of his successful 
efforts in the Westfield, Storbridge, Franklin 
and Miller's Biver Associations. 

** The Board has made appropriations di- 
rectly to forty-one dlfiferent onurches; of 
these two will probably need no further assis- 
tance. 

"The demands upon the Convention are 
greater than ever. Nearly one in every five 
of the Baptist Ichurches in the Common- 
wealth stands begging at the door of your 
treasury. The increased cost of supporting 
pastors, and the other conditions of public 
worship, is compelling some churches to re- 
turn to the Convention with a despairing cry, 
that, it was supposed, had passed the point 
of dependence forever. Many ministers of 
Chriht, too, are tryins with heroic self-denial 
to carry alon^ their discouraged and fainting 
churches on ineflBcient salaries. Still further, 
the feeble churches have been one great 
source of the supply of ministers. In a re- 
cent application from among the hills, the 
church says : * this church has sent out twen- 
ty-five ministers, and we hope to send out 
many more.' Churches that enrich the de- 
nommstion in a way like that, ought not 
to ask for a little mone]r in vain. Christ has 
no want in one part of his kingdom for which 
there is not a supply in some other part. 
Shall the other part see, and feel, and relieve 
its want? The Convention should have ten 
thousand dollars for the coming year.'* 

The receipts into the treasury were $8,672.- 
23; the expenditures $7,041.07 ; leaving a bal- 
ance on hand of $1,631.16. 

The Board say: "Not quite 20 churches in 
the State have contributed one hundred dol- 
lars each or over to your fuiuU the past year. 
Hence it appears that about one-fourth of all 
the money collected for the general purposes 
of the Convention has been raised among a 



very inconsiderable number of the churches. 
The contribution of some churches of con- 
siderable sise would hardly give a Sunday's 
preaching to their needy brethren." 

The next meeting will be held on Wed- 
nesday, October 26th, 1870, at such place as 
the Board may designate. Rev. 8. J. Bronson 
to preach the annual sermon, G. W. Gard- 
ner, D. D., alternate. 

MASSACHUSETTS BAPTIST CHARITABLE 
SOCIETY. 

The forty-eighth annual meeting was held 
at Salem, Oct. 27, 1860, A. PoUard, D. D., in 
the chair. 

From the Treasurer's report it appears that 
the whole amount received during the year, 
including that on hand at its begmnins, was 
$4,201.47. The amount paid out to thirty-two 
widows was $2,102.60, leaving in the treasury 
$2,098.97. 

The following is a standing resolution of 
the Society: 

**i2esotoed, That the President, Secretary, 
and Treasurer be authorized to receive any 
new applications for aid, and to make appro- 
priations not exceeding $25 each, during the 
recess of the Board." 

All applications for aid must be made in 
writing to the Secretary. 

The following paper, offered by A. Pol- 
lard, D. D., was unanimously adopted by the 
Society, and ordered to be put on record : 

** Whkbsas, It has pleased God to remove by 
death our much esteemed and honored Pres- 
ident, Hon. Heman Lincoln, of Boston, we 
desire to put on record our high estimate of 
his great worth as an eminently intelligent, 
devoted and benevolent Christian, and our 
deep sense of the loss of this Society in com- 
mon with our denomination at large, has sus- 
tained in his death." 

The President elected in place of Mr. Lin- 
ooln, B. Stow. D. D., has also died since the 
meeting was held. 

CONFERENCE OF BAPTIST MINISTERS. 

The Conference met at Salem, October 26, 
1869, A. Pollard, D. D.. in the chair. The 
annual essay was read by G. B. Ide, D. D.. on 
** Slowness the Law of Divine Progress." The 
snnual sermon was preached by Rev. A. J. 
Gordon, from 1 John v. 8: " There are three 
that bear witness on earth ; the Spirit, and the 
water, and the blood; and these three agree 
in one." 

The President made the following state- 
ment in regard to the work and needs of the 
Conference: **Our quarterly appropriations 
have aflTorded essential relief to a number of 
worthy brethren, most. of them in advanced 
age, and all in extreme indigence, who but 
for our aid must have suflfered for lack of the 
simplest comforts of life. 

"Within the last twe years three of our 
beneficiaries have been called to their rent. 
Two of them were totally blind. They have 
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"But while eome who haye depended on 
our assistance have passed away, others re- 
main, and the number is increasmg, whose 
extreme poverty appeals to our warmest sym- 
pathy, and demands prompt and generous 
relief. 

** There are in this State not less than a score 
of most worthy ministers of our denomina- 
tion, — men of the purest character, who have 
done good service ibr Christ and the churches, 
who greatly need some pecuniary assistance. 
Three or four thousand dollars a year could 
be judiciously expended for their relief. But 
so limited are the means placed at our dis- 
posal, that we are compelled to limit our ap- 
propriations to a small number of the most 
extreme cases of want and suffering. 

* We greatly desire to increase both the 
number of our beneficiaries, and the amount 
of their appropriations. But this is impossible 
without an increase of our Amds.*' 

The next meeting will be held in cohnec- 
tion with the State Convention, in October. 
1870. Rev. D. Weston to be the essayist, and 
Rev. H. M. Kinff, alternate; Rev. C. W. 
Anable, D. D., to be the preacher, and Rev. 
W. E. Stanton, alternate. 

NORTHERN BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

The fifty-fifth annual meeting was held at 
Salem, October 26, 1859, the President, O. S. 
Steams, D. D^ in the chair. The sermon was 
preached by H. Lincoln, D. D., from Rom. xi. 
13 : "I magnify mine office." 

The report of the Board says: " The whole 
number of students aided by us during the 
year, has been 41 ; of these, 8 have been in 
their collegiate course, and the rest in the 
Theological Institution at Newton. Fifteen 
of those at Newton completed their course of 
studv there, and left at the last anniversary 
for tne great field. Most of them are already 
settled as pastors. 

" Instead of those who, by the completion 
of their course of study, will no more need 
aid from us, we are expecting a larger num- 
ber of applicants for your bounty at our meet- 
ing next week. Twenty have already applied 
to the Corresponding Secretary for assis- 
tance, and others may present themselves to 
the Board directly. Thus our list is to be 
kept full at the commencement of the year. 

" It is worthy of special notice that of the 
applicants for aid referred to above, two have 
been well settled as jpastors. They have 
tried the responsibilities and labors of the 
ministry long enough to learn that they 
needed a more thorough intellectual prepa- 
ration therefor. The magnitude and difficul- 
ties of the work unfolded as they entered 
into it, and they came to the conclusion that 
time spent in increasing power will prove bet- 
ter economy than more time si>ent in work 
with less power. 

" Contributions from the churches and in- 
dividuals have reached the sum of $3,119.64, 
an increase of the same over last year's re- 
ceipts of $666.03. The income from invested 
ftinds has been $3,284.90, considerable more 
than was received last year from the same 
source. The Society has also been favored 
in the reception of legacies to the amount of 
t2,771.80. According to the former policy of 



the Directors, the sums received f^om le^ 
cies have been invested in bonds bearing in- 
terest. And to these sums have been added 
the amount of extra dividends ($1,313.50) paid 
by one of the corporations wnose stock we 
hold, thus increasing our Permanent Fund 
from $21,600, as reported a year ago, to $26,- 
200, the market value of which, at the present 
time, is $29,000." 

I'he total receipts were $10,419.88 ; the total 
expenditures $10,008.19, leaving a balance on 
hand of $411.69. The expenditures were, for 
students, $6,084 ; expenses of Society, $304.19 ; 
invested, $4,620. 

The next meeting will be held with the Con- 
vention, in October, 1870. 



Officers of the Contektiov. 

Preiident, 

William Lamson, D. D., Brookline. 

Viee-PreiidenU. 

Geobge Cumuiiigs, Boston. 
» Edwin Chasi, Holyoke. 

Secretary, 

Rev. Chables M. Bowxbs, Clinton. 

Treasurer. 

GsoBOx W. Chifmait, Boston. 

Officers of Charitable Sociktt. 

President. 

B. Stow, D. D., Boston. 

Secretary. 

A. P. Mason, D. D., Chelsea. 

Trecuurer. 

Joshua Linoolit, Boston. 

Officers of Conference of Ministers. 

President 
Andbiw Pollard, D. D., Taunton. 

Secretary. 
Rev. David Weston, Worcester. 

7Ye<isurer, 
Rev. Joseph C. Fostbh, Beverly. 

Officers of the Education Society. 

President. 
0. 8. Stearns, D. D., Newton Centre. 



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Vie^-PrttidtnU. 

G. B. iDi, D. D., Sprinsfleld. 

S. L. Galdwkll, D. D., FroYidence, R. I. 

Oorretponding Secretary. 

O. W. BoBWORn, D. D^ HaTerhflL 



Beeording Secretary, 

Rey. J. G. Fosnot, Beyerly. 

IVeaewrcr. 

Cbabui S. EuiPAUy'.Esq., Boston. 



MICHIGAN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The thirty-fourth annual meeting was held 
«t Detroit, on Friday, October 8, 1869, Bev. A. 
Owen, President, in the chair. The annual 
eermon was preached l^ Bey. L. H. Trow- 
bridge, from Zech. iy . 6. 

From the report of the Board it appears 
that ** the total amount of labor performed by 
the missionaries employed is as follows: 793 
wfeks of labor, 1,963 sermons preached, 1,350 
addresses delivered at prayer and other meet- 
ings, 88 lectures delivered. 6,000 religioua 
visits made, 141 persons baptized. 34 stations 
and. 42 out-stations occupied. 4 churches or- 
ganized, 4 houses of worship completed, 1 
extensively repaired, and 9 now being built. 

** The superlntendmg missionary gives the 
following report of his own work : Visited 105 
churches, preached 93 sermons, made 46 ad- 
dresses, visited 25 Sunday-schools, and 14 As- 
sociations, has collected $5,218.41, and re- 
ceived reliable subscriptions to the amount 
of |1,000 more. The above work has been 
performed at an expense of about $7,000. The 
amount contributed in the State will fall a 
little below $6,600. leaving a balance of $600 to 
be made up by the Home Mission Society. 
The contribution to the Home Mission So- 
ciety should be at least double what it is, and 
flO,000 is the lowest demanded for the next 
year. This would enable the Board to meet 
a considerable proportion of the imperative 
calls made in the State, and to put $2,000 into 
the Home Mission Society for its general 
work. There are nearly 20,000 Baptists in the 
State, and the amount required is but an 
average of 60 cents per member. If it were 
made Jl per member, it would give the cause 
an impulse which would be felt in all coming 

The Ck>mmitte6 on Ministerial Education 
reported through S. Haskell, D. D. ** It is now 
twenty-flve years since the Convention pro- 
jected the Kalamazoo Theological Seminary, 
and twenty years since the first professor was 
appointed. Sixty students have gone directly 
from the Seminary into the ministry, and 
many more have had a partial education within 
its walls. The property of the Seminary, in- 
cluding permanent ftinds, notes, etc., amounts 
to $67,977. Its liabilities are only $4,514; 
making the value of the property over liabili- 
ties, $63,463. Of this amount $17,496 bears in- 
terest The income the last two years has 
been $1,000 per annum. The building has 
been thoroughly repaired and improved; with 
new roof, etc. The beneficiary fund the last 
year has amounted to $649. Seven students 
have been aided in their studies.** 

The Committee on the Book Fond reported 



through Rev. T. Z. B. Jones. The permanent 
book fund amounts to $1,600. invested at ten 
per cent per annum. The rand has been in- 
creased to $1,660. One hundred and twenty- 
nine dollars have been appropriated the last 
year to aid weak Sunday-schools. 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held October 7, 1870. at such place as the 
Board may designate. Key. A. Owen to preach 
the introductory sermon. 

MICHIGAN BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

The second meeting was held at Detroit, 
October 6, 1869. The annual sermon was 
preached by Rev. T. M. Shanafelt^ from Eph. 
IV. 11, 12. 

The Treasurer reported the receipts the 
last year $118.64, and the expenditures $63.18; 
leaving $46.61 in the treasury. 

The agent. Rev. L. H. Trowbridge, reported 
subscriptions and cash, from Apru 1 to Octo- 
ber 1, as follows : 

Kalamazoo College Endowment, notes... $1,166 00 

pledges 12 60 

Pledges to beneficiary workM^.^.^...^.... 45 00 

*^ general ftind...............^ 10 00 

Cash to beneficiary work...M.........M^...». 60 80 

*• general ftmd. ....^... ^ 121 08 

Total cash, pledges, and notes............. $1,414 88 

Mr. Towbridge serves the Education Society 
and the College Jointly. His work, so fieur, has 
been chiefiy the conversion of the $50,000 
College endowment pledges into interest- 
bearing notes. 

MINISTERIAL CONFERENCK 

The Conference met at Detroit October 6 
1869, Bev. R. Rejmolds in the chair. Bev. 8 
W. Titus, of Flint, presented an exegesis of 
the passage, "And I, if I be lifted up, will 
draw all men unto me.'* A free conference 
followed. In the evening the Rev. Sv J. 
A xtel, of Monroe, preached. A committee re- 
ported, recommending that a Sunday-school 
Convention should take the place of the Min- 
isterial Conference next year. The recom- 
mendation was adopted. 

Offigebs of the Comrximoir. 

Pretidcnt 
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BeT. A. R MATHn, Detroit 

Treaaurer, 
O. 8. QuLUT, Detroit 



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Secretary. 
Be?. L. H. Tbowbeidob, Kalamasoo. 



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The eleventh anniversary was held with the 
First Church in St Paul, October 6, 1869. The 
President, Hon. Thomas G. Jones, having 
died, Hon. James Sally, first Vice President, 
was in the chair. The introductory sermon 
was preached by Bev. W. W. Whitcomb, from 
Sonjs of Solomon ii. 15. 

We make some extracts from the 

BbPOR* of CHI BOAKD. 

Tour Board has careAilly examined all ap- 
plications for aid with reference to the adap- 
tation of applicants to the fields to be occu- 
Sied, the prospect of success, the ability of 
le churches and communities where aid is 
sought, and the comparative importance and 
necessities of each case. Your Board has ap- 
proved of fourteen applications, calling for 
$4,300. Nineteen of our brethren have neld 
commissions from the parent Society, and 
have received $2,788.77 from October Ist, 1868, 
to October Ist, 1869. This does not include 
what is due the missionaries since their last 
reports. Fourteen of these brethren are now 
missionaries of the Home Mission Society. 

FmAKOKS. 

By our Treasurer's report, it appears that 
$3,946.23 have been received since the first of 
November last The stringency of money 
matters, the lateness of the harvest, the in- 
ability to harvest the wheat, and the large 
number of meeting-houses built, and in pro- 
cess of erection, accounts in part for this 
deficiency. 

WOKK. 

These nineteen missionaries, while holding 
commissions from the parent Society, have 
performed eleven and a half years of service 
for the Master. Not less than fifty churches 
have enjoyed the labors of these missionary 
pastors, not including the services of our 
general missionaries. Besides what is re- 
ceived from the Churches, $200 per man, on an 
average, will keep these men of God on their 
fields ; and they preach, on an average, to three 
churches each, besides performing a vast 
amount of missionarv labor. In no depart- 
ment of Christian effort does a little money 
go farther. Without this assistanc'e, these 
churches could not sust<am their pastors. 

FoaxiQirBBS. 
Twenty of our churches, embracing a mem- 



bership of about 700. are composed of persons 
of foreign birth. Of thdse, fourteen are Scan^ 
dinavlans, four are German, one is Welsh, and 
one African. The Scandmavian Churches 
have an association that meets annually tn 
June, and is really an effective organisation. 
Nineteen of our ordained ministers are Scan- 
dinavians, and three are German,— tweaty- 
two in all,— more than one-fifth of our whole 
number. — are of German and Scandinivian 
nationality. Only a part of these brethren 
devote themselves exclusively to the Chris- 
tian ministry. They are mostly poor, and 
living on homesteads, doing good service in 
laymen work for the present. These good 
brethren ought to preach Christ to the teem- 
ing countrymen that are crowding upon our 
frontier. Their poverty, and the lack of mis- 
sion funds, kept these brethren upon their 
homesteads. We refer this subject to the 
Convention, and ask you to point out some 
way by which these men of God can go among 
the crowds of their own tongue, that are now 
finding homes in Minnesota. 

GuriRAl MiSBIONABT WOBK. 

Brother Okerson, our Swede Missionary, 
has devoted his whole time among his coun- 
trymen, and God has been with him. Brother 
Okerson seems to be peculiarly adapted to 
to this kind of work. He reports as follows : 

Weeks of labor 62 

Sermons preached 326 

Addresses delivered 35 

Other meetings attended 148 

Calls made 819 

Persons baptized ..~. 12 

Letters written 257 

Miles travelled — 3400 

Bev. A. Gale has continued his labors 
through the year in very much the same way 
as in previous years, with the exception that 
the last part of the year, special attention 
was paid to the collection of funds. He has, 
as far as possible, visited feeble and destitute 
churches and settlements, aiding in settling 
difficulties, assisted them m securing pastors, 
and providing for their support, attended as- 
sociations, dedications, orainaiions, councils, 
and all other public meetings where the great 
work of his mission could be promoted. He 
reports as follows : 

Weeks of labor 62 

Sermons preached 216 

Addresses made 41 

Other meetings attended S6 



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Calls made 862 

Dedications « 8 

Ordinations 6 

Baptisms 3 

Letters 870 

Books sold..... 1200 

Miles travelled 6672 

The Board also report that there were 36 
meeting-houses completed in the State; 11 
were dedicated daring the last year, at a cost 
of $41,800; 15 are now in process of erection; 
and three of the churches have parsonages. 

The next meeting of the Convention will be 
held with the Baptist Church at Anoka, on 
Tuesday, October 4, 1870. Rev. L. A. Abbott 
is to preach the introductory sermon; Rev. 
E. Munger, alternate. 

MINNESOTA BIBLE UNION. 

The second annual meetingwas held at St. 
Paul, October 7, 1869, Rev. J. F. Wilcox in the 
chair. Addresses were made by Rev. H. C. 
Foist, of Illinois, and Rev. Prof. A. Drury, of 
St Anthony. The Union will meet October 
4th, 1870, at Anoka. 

MINNESOTA PASTORAL UNION. 

The Union met at St. Paul, October 9, 1869, 
the President, Rev. J. P. Wilcox, in the chair. 
Sermons were preached by Rev. J. B. Tuttle, 
from Rom. iii. 28, on ** Justification by Faith ;" 
and by Rev. L. A. Abbott, from Acts v. 20. 
Essays were read by Rev. A. Drury, on "The 
Difference between Campbellites and Bap- 
tists;" and by Rev. A. D. Williams, on the 
question, " Does the Description of the Resur- 
rection Bodies, as seen in 1 Cor. xv. 42-44, re- 
fer to all, or the Righteous only ? " 

The Union will meet at Anoka, on Tuesday, 
October 4th. 1870. The Rev. R. A. Patterson 
is to preach the opening sermon. Subject : 
" Heaven." 

Officers of the Contention. 

Pruident, 
Hon. J. y. Daruls. 



Vice Pre8id9nt8. 

Hon. H. Thompson, Hon. J. B. Cbooxik, 
Hon. E. Stoxtt, Hon. J. Sullt, 

W. W. Bulsoh, J. H. Wiloomi, M. D., 

Dea. E. Wilsok. ' 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Amobt Galk^ Minneapolis. 

Beeording Secretary. 

Rev. W. T. LowsT, Minneapolis. 

Trecuurer. 

D. D. MxBKiLL, St Paul. 

Officers of the Bible Union. 

President 

Rev. K Wmcom, Byron. 

Viee-Preeidcnt. 

Rev. A. DauBT, St. Anthone. 

Secretary. 

Rev. H. M. DAT, St Charles. 

Treasurer. 

D. D. MlBBILI.. 

Officers of the Pastoral Union. 

Presidmt. 
Rev. J. P. Wncox, Northfield. 

Secretary. 
Rev. H. M. DAT, St Charles. 



MISSISSIPPI BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The thirtieth anniversary was held with the 
Baptist Church at Canton, June 3, 1869, the 
President, Rev. M. P. Lowry, in the chair. 
Eighty-four delegates from associations or 
churches were present The Corresponding 
Secretary made a report from which we learn 
that 11 missionaries have been employed in 
the State during the year. They preached 1,168 
sermons, organized 6 churches, and revived 2 
that had become extinct, established 6 Sun- 
day-schools, and baptized 252 believers. The 
amount received for Domestic Missions was 
$144.80 ; Foreign Missions $101 ; conventional 
purposes $127.96; Vicksborg church $1; total 
$364.75. During the year the Baptists of the 
State contrimited to Domestic Missions of 
the Southern Convention $2,097.46 against 



$863.76 the year previous; and for Foreign 
Missions of that Board $432.60 against $196.41 
the preceding year. 

A special committee was appointed to re- 
port on the condition and prospects of Mis- 
sissippi College. The committee having ex- 
amined the reports presented to them, state : 

" That from those reports we learn the Col- 
lege property has already, according to the 
agreement made between Brother Walter 
Hillman and tl^e Board of Trustees, passed 
into the hands of Brother Hillman. He, how- 
ever, generously proposed to grant an exten- 
sion of time, say eight or nine months, before 
the legal foreclosure of his mortgage, pro- 
vided this Convention shall take active mea- 
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time. If, how^rer, we fail to redeem as pro- 
posed, the property passes into his hands to 
be held by him for a term of not less than 
tenyears. 

"Can we raise the ten thousand dollars spe- 
cified in the report? We believe we can. 
How shall it be done T By a little general ef- 
fort on the part of this CSonvention. Let 
erery pastor here, and every former student 
of Mississippi College, become a voluntary 
agent in his own field and sphere of action, 
and the work can be easilv accomplished. 
We can think of no other feasible plan by 
which we could hope toefifect it, and no other 
alternative is left us. We fMut raise the 
money or give up for ten years, perhaps for- 
ever, all control over the property and opera- 
tions of the institution ; therefore, 

** Suolved, That the students and alumni of 
Mississippi College,now present,be requested 
to meet durine the session of this Conven- 
tion, and organise with the view of carrying 
out the suggestions of this report. 

" ResolvMt Th&t all the delegates present be 
requested to cooperate with the students for 
the accomplishment of the same. 

**£e«oIvea, That all the pastors of our 
churches throughout this State are solicited 
to aid in carrying out these plans. 

Respectftilly submitted, 

W. S. WxBB, Chairman. 

** Whxsxas, The Trustees of Mississippi Col- 
lege have accepted the propositions made to 
this Convention at its last session, and have 
pledged themselves to give to this Conven- 
tion the right to appoint the trustees, and 
thus the right to control the institution; 
therefore, 

" Resofved^ That we hereby express our en- 
tire satisfaction at this action of the trustees, 
and our confident hope for the ftiture of our 
once cherished Institution. 

** Seaolved, That we pledge to the trustees 
our hearty cooperation, and recommend the 
interests of the College to the entire confi- 
dence and support of our brethren through- 
out the State.^* 

Pledges to the amount of $2,800 were given 
during the meeting of the Convention. 

The next meetlng*of the Convention is to be 
held with the Bapust Church at Okalona, on 
Thursday,' June 2, 1870. Bev. J. W. Bozeman 
is to preach the introductory sermon. 

BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL CONVENTION 
OF MISSISSIPPI. 

The Convention met at Canton, June 2,1869. 
Rev. J. M. Lewis, Vice-President, in the chair, 
43 delegates were present. Essays were read 



on ** The Importance of Bohools," by Rev. M. 
P. Lowrey; ** I>enominational Schools,*' by 
Rev. W. S. Byland, and ** Connection between 
Schools and the Church," by Rev. W. S. Webb. 
Addresses to adults were made by Rev. J. T. 
Freeman and Rev. J. H. Cason, and to chil- 
dren by T. C. Teasdale, D. D., Rev. J. B. Ham- 
verlin and Rev. A. D. Brooks. 
The following resolution was adopted : 
"That every Association in the State shall 
be requested to hold a Sundav-school mass- 
meeting at their annual session, and report 
the result to the annual meeting of this body." 

Officers of the Contention. 

PreHdewL 

Rev. M. P. LowBiT, Ripley. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. Tno. WmTiziLD, Meridian. 

Recording Secretary, 

L. A DuvoAN, Meridian. 

Treatiwrer, 

Elder W. S. PsaaT, Grenada. 

Vice-FtesidenU, 

Rev. J. M. Lxwis, Rev. L. Ball, 

Rev. J. M. PxTTioBBW, S. S. Gkanbxbkt, 
Rev. S. G. MuLLiKS, Rev. W. S. Wmb. 

Offigebs of S. S. Contention. 

PresidenL 

Rev. J. M. Lbwib, Canton. 

Ist Vice-PreaideinL 

Rev. W. S. WiBB, Crawfordsville, 

2d Vice Pretidcnt, 

J. T. WAua, Raymond. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

L. A DuKOAN, Meridian. 

Becording Secretary. 

T. J. DxupKEB, Brooksville. 

Treasurer. 

R. Raihmlph. 



BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF MISSOUEI. 



' The thirty-third annual meeting was held 
with the Baptist Church at Columbia, August 
4. 1869. In consequence of the death or the 
iTcsident, D. H. Hickman, the Secretary, 
Rev. J. T. Williams, was called to the chau-. 
The introductory sermon was preached by 



Rev. J. Dixon, from Daniel ii. 31-36. There 
were present 224 delegates from churches, 
and 13 from associations. 

From the report of the Boawl it appears 
that 34 missionaries have been employe du- 
ring the year. They have traveilea 18,883 



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miles, preached 2,651 sermons, held 217 
prayer-meetings, made 1,757 visits for Chris- 
tian Instruction, baptized 832, constituted 18 
churches. 

The receipts for the year were 99,551.48; the 
expenditures $6 416.65; leaving a balance of 
13,134.83 on band, of which $559.65 were due 
to the missionaries of the Board. 

The Association adopted the following re- 
commendations as the outline of work for 
the year : 

" The General Association will need t20,000 
for the missionary work of the coming year. 
We advise the appointment, by the Board, of 
a voluntary agent in the bounds of every As- 
sociation in the State, who will present at his 
Associational meeting the claims of the mis- 
sionary work, and who will present or cause 
to be presented, the same to each church 
within the bounds of the Association. 

** We advise efforts to be made to induce all 
of our District Associations to beeome auxil- 
iary to the General Association, and to report 
the amount of funds raised, and the work done 
in their bounds to the Executive Board." 

The trustees of William Jewell College re- 
ported the assets to be $101,869.60, with addi- 
tional legacies of $17,500, and pledges for 
f7,000. After reading the report the sum of 
former subscriptions was increased to more 
than $26,000. The trustees also report that 
the citizens of Clay countv will build a Presi- 
dent's mansion on the College grounds when 
his chair is endowed. 

A subscription of $2,500 was also made for 
the support of young men studying for the 
ministry at William Jewell College. 
. The Treasurer of the Board for ministerial 
education reported the receipts $2,389.21 ; the 
expenditures $1,811.60, leaving a balance on 
hand of $677.61. 

The Association, after the greatest meeting 
which it has ever held, adjourned to meet 
on Thursday, September 29th, 1870, with the 
Second Baptist Cfhurch, St Louis. 

MINISTERS' AND DEACONS' CON- 
FERENCE. 

The Conference met at Columbia, August 2, 
1869, Rev. W. M. Bell, moderator. There 
were present 71 ministers, 20 deacons, and 7 
visiting ministers. 

Lectures were delivered by R. E. Pattiaon, 
D. D., of Illinois, M. Stone, D. D., of Ohio, T. 
Rambaut, LL. D., of Missouri, and J. L. Bur- 
rows, D. D., of Virginia. 

Exegeses were read by Rev. H. M. Richard- 
son and Rev. J. V. Schofield. 

The next meeting will be held at St Louis, 
on Tuesday, September 27, 1870. 

MISSOURI BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
CONVENTION. 

The second annual meeting was held at 
Columbia, August 6, 1869. The President, E. 
D. Jones, was in the chair, and made an 
opening address. 

The Corresponding Secretary reported that 



687 members. There had been held 65 meet* 
ings of these conventions during the year, 
with great good to the cause. 

The following is the statement of the work 
of the General Agent for the year : 

Days of service 338 

Miles travelled 19,104 



mainly by the labor of their General Agent, 
Bev. S. W. Marston, the work of organizing 
District Conventions in each Association, had 



been carried forward during the year and 

that there had been organized 28 such con- 

mentions, representing 588 churches and 34, September and October, 1870. 



Pages of tracts distributed 6,600 

Sermons preached 73 

Sunday-schools partly Instrumental 

in organizing 84 

Sunday-schools visited 63 

Sunday-schools addressed 42 

Sunday-schoolConventions organis'd 21 

Sunday-school Conventions attend'd 44 

Childrens' Mass-meetings addressed 77 

Associations attended 10 

New Churches assisted to organize... 2 

Prayer-meetings attended 28 

Letters written 718 

Circulars sent out 2,300 

Blanks for Sunday-school and church 

statistif^s 670 

iietters to Sunday-school children... 600 
Value of Bibles and Testaments do- 
nated $95 

Money raised for individual Snnday- 

schools $1,314.86 

Money raised on certificates $388.34 

New Sunday-schools aided from cer^ 

tiflcate ftind 43 

He says : ** In all parts of the State there 
has been a grand uprising of the denomina- 
tion to engage in this department of Chris- 
tian effort. An advance has been made along 
the whole line of the Baptist ranks. Even du- 
ring the winter months, there were more Sun- 
day-schools in opperation than had ever be- 
fore been kept up during the summer season. 
Many of the schools that before were killed 
by the winter's frosts, have become perennial, 
and yield their fruit every month. Many of 
the pastors, superintendents, and teachers 
whose patience and strength became exhaust- 
ed in a three month's summer school, are now 
vigorously at work for a life-time. The stand- 
ard of teaching has been elevated, the man- 
ner of conducting Sunday-schools lias been 
greatly improved, and the supply of books and 
papers, and other reonisites, have been more 
ample, and in keeping with the end to be 
attained." 

The receipts for the year were $3,190.06 ; ex- 
penditures $3,516.25 ; leaving the Conventfbn 
in debt to the Treasurer $326.19. Pledges for 
the treasury of the Convention amounting to 
$1,657, were given during the meeting. 

The following subjects were under discus- 
sion during the meeting: "A Sunday-school 
in every Baptist Church In the State, and how 
secured," opened by Rev. J, W. Warder; 
" District Conventions," by Rev. S. W. Mars- 
ton ; •* Our Convention Work," by E. W. Pat- 
tison ; *' Relation of the Sunday-school to the 
Educational Interests of the State," by Rev. L. 
Burrows; "Relation of the Sundiqr-school 
to the Foreign Population," by Rei^. T. Ram- 
baut, D.D. A sermon was preached by Rev. 
D. T. Morrill, ''A Plea for the Children of 
Missonri " fi-om Gen. xlii. 22,- " Do not sin 
a^inst the child." 

The Convention is to meet at St. Louis^ in 
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Oftioers of General Associatiok. 

Moderator. -^ 
Rev. Noah Flood, Hallsville. 

Beeretaries. 

Rey. J. T. Wiluams, Loaisiana. 
Rev. J. H. LuTHXB, St. Louis. 



Officers of Ministers' and Deacons* 
Conference. 

Moiierator, 
Rot. W. M. Bill, Miami. 

Clerk. 
Rer. W. P. RoTHwxLL, HuniusTille. 



Officers of S. S. Gonyentiov. 

Preiident 

|E. D. JoNss, St. Louis. 

Vice-President*, 

W. D. Shkppard, Springfield. 
Roy. L. Burrows, Lexington. 
Dr. J. R. Yates, Versailles. 
Rev. Piter Setters, Milan. 
T. E. Hatcher, Palmyra. 
A. 0. Avert, ( 'linton. 
Z. N. GoLDSBT, Ghillicothe. 
A. R: LETEUira, Hannibal. 
F; M. FuR0?80N, Kansas City. 

Corresjxmding Secretary. 

D: L. Shousx, Kansas City. 

Meeordirtg Secretary. 

E.> "Bl. E. Jameson, St. Louis. 

TVeasurer. 

L. B. Elt, Garrollton. 



NEBRASKA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The second annual meeting was held with 
the Church at Platt^mouth, November 12th, 
1869. A severe snow-storm prevented ma^y 
from reaching the place of meeting. The Sec- 
retary made no report, feeling that nothing 
had been done by the Convention during the 
year. Yet the cause has been advancing as 
shown by the organization of new churches, 
and the erection of houses of worship^ 

Our report is brief and imperfect, as tre 



could not secure the minutes in time for our 
publication. 

Officers of the Contention. 

President 

Rev. W. Cogswell. 

Secretary. 
Rev. E. G. O. Groat. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The forW-third annual meeting was held at 
Concord, October 20, 1869, the Vice-President, 
Rev. N. Hooper, in the chair. The annual ser- 
mon was preached by Rev. J. D. Tilton, ft-om 
2 Cor. V. 13-17. 

The circular letter to the Baptist Churches 
of the State, was prepared by Rev. N. C. 
Mallory, on " Christian Beneficence, and the 
best Means of Promoting it" 

The Board report as follows : " At the meet- 
ing of the Board, in October last, appropria- 
tions, with the usual conditions, were voted to. ^ 

seventeen churches, and to five others, subjec^j and 
to the direction or special committees. At 
the meeting in April, appropriations were 
made to three more, one of which was subject 
to a committee. Of these twenty-five churches, 
two are in the Meredith Association, three in 
the Dublin, five in the Salisbury, six in the 
Mil ford, three in the Portsmouth, three in the 
Newport, and three in the White Mountain. 



The aggregate amount of the appropriations 

The report goes on to say that there is great 
instability in the pastoral office ftt)m the want 
of adequate pecuniary support " There are 
now in the State but two ministers of our de- 
nomination whose respective pastorates ex- 
tend over a period of more than ten years ; but 
six over five years; and of the sixty-one pas- 
tors now in the field, only twen^ have settle- 
ments of over three years' standing. Eighteen 
pastors have been dismissed during the year, 
and sixteen settled. These facts show a great 
waste of effort The brain, nerve, and muscle, 
requisite to procure such a vast array of re- 
movals, devoted to the le^'timate work of the 
gospel, would have supplied many a destitute 
field for a long time, and might, by the bles- 
sing of God, have achieved salutary results for 
the cause of Zion. Doubtless some good will 
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long train of eyils necessarily incident upon 
frequent pastoral removals, will more than 
balance the acooont How to correct sach a 
g;rowing evil is a question well worthy our se- 
rious and prayerful consideration." 

The Rev. D. Gage, the Domestic Missionary 
Agent, reports continuous labors with one 
church for two weeks, with another five, with 
another eight, and with another eleven. In 
three churches the work of the Lord was 
quickened during his labors. In two cases a 
revival followed, and in one a house of worship 
was erected. In addition to these labors, he 
says : ** I have presented the claims of the fee- 
ble churches m twenty-six towns; have at> 
tended six associations, and have assisted at 
three ordinations. I am happy to say that in 
my opinion the Baptist churches in New 
Hampshire were never better supplied with 
faithful ministers than at the present time . I 
have been most cordially received every- 
where, and have had the codperation of the 
pastors of the churches in the prosecution of 
my labors. Our churches stand firm in the 
futh once delivered to the saints. A most ex- 
cellent spirit has been manifested in all the 
{mblic meetings, and I shall be disappointed 
f we do not soon hear of the outpouring of 
the Holy Spirit" 

The next meeting is to be held October 1.6, 
1870, at a place to be designated by the Board, 
the annual sermon to be preached by Rev. D, 
W. Faunce, or Rev. N. G. Mallory, alternate ; 
the circular letter to be written bv Rev. W. H. 
Alden, or Rev. G. W. Bumham, alternate. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE BAPTIST SUNDAY- 
SCHOOL CONVENTION. 

The Conyention met at Concord, in October, 
1869, Rev. N. G. Mallory, President, in the 
chair. 

Rev. M. Angelo Dougherty read an essay on 
'* The Aim of Sunday-school Teaching, a more 
Intimate Acquaintance with the Wordfof God." 

The following questions were discussed: 
" How shall the Church be made to feel that 
the Sunday-flchool is her own child ?" "What 
shall be done to promote the efficiency of 
Sunday-school Teachers ?'* 

The next meeting will be held with the 
State Convention, in October, 1870. 

THE PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. 

The Association met at Concord, October 19, 
1869, Rev. B. E. Gummings, D. D., in the chair. 



The annual sermon was preached by Rey. D. 
W. Faunce, firom John xiv. 12. The commit- 
tee on obituaries reported the death of five 
ministers who had within a few years labored 
in the pastoral office in the State. 

The next meeting will be held with the 
State Convention, in October, 1870, the Rev. J. 
Storer to preach the annual sermon, Rey. J. 
S. Herriek, a4t«mate; Rev. F. W. Towle, to 
present an essay, Rey. C. W. Bumham, al- 
ternate ; Rey. H. G. Stafford to be statistical 
reporter. 

Officers of the Contention. 

Rey. N. Hoopib, Exeter. 

Firit Vice-PreaidenL 

Rey. J. D. Tiltok, Milford. 

Second Vied-President 

Rev. F. Damah, Bow. 

Secretary. 

Rey. E. S. Hall, Lake Village. 

Treasurer. 

H. J. Prisoott. 

Officers of the S. S. Covyention. 

Preiident. 

Rey. J. D. Txuov, Milford. 

Vice-RreeOent. 

Rey. F. W. Towle, Claremont. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 

Rev. G. G. Habbiman, Fisherville. 

Officers of Pastoral Association 

President 
E. E. CuxMiiroB, D. D., Lebanon. 

Secretary and Treasurer'. 
Rev. H. G. Stafpobd, Concord. 



NEW JERSEY BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The fortieth annual meeting was held at 
Hightstown, October 26, 1869, Uie President, 
D. M. Wilson, in the chair. The annual ser- 
mon was preached by Rey. T. G. Wright, 
from Acts xviL 6. Subject : ** Christianity ; its 
true Work, and its true Workers." 

From the report of the Board we extract the 
following account of the work during the 
year: 

** Upon our 27 missionary fields 28 mission- 



aries have been employed the whole or part of 
the time (besides supplies), accomplishing 
929 weeks of labor, occupjring 48 stations, de- 
livering 2,376 sermons and addresses, bap- 
tizing 115 persons, holding 1,368 prayer-meet- 
ings, making 4.032 pastoral visits, and distribu- 
ting 35,965 copies of tracts. In connection 
with the mission stations, there are 30 Sun- 
day-schools, with 299 teachers, 1,284 scholars, 
and 7,710 volumes of library books.** 



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FlHANOM. 

At the commencement of the year the trea' 
sury was overdrawn $1,863.97. The receipts 
from all sources have been $5»157.66. The 
payment of sundry orders axgregates $4,653.- 
34. Add the oTerdraft^ and the payments 
reach 16,007.31. 

Though this reveals an overdraft, it is en- 
eooraging to see that the balance on the wrong 
side is reduced about $600. The Board could 
not conscientiously reduce it Airther by with^ 
holding appropriations. (There was no other 
way to do it in the absence of increased in- 
come.) 

The Newark Baptist City Mission reports 
the receipts for the year $6,880.66 ; the expen- 
ditures $6,858.26; leaving a balance of $22.29 
on hand. 

During the session an evening was devoted 
to Sunday-schools. The following subjects 
were discussed .- 

** The Reciprocal Influence of the Home 
and the Sunday-school.** 

** The Sunday-school in Connection with our 
State Convention.** 

** Do not the Interests of our Churches and 
Sundav-schools Demand a Baptist State Sun- 
day-school Convention ?'* 

The following resolutions were adopted : 

** Seaolved That a committee of three be ap- 
pointed, to report at the next annual meeting, 
on the proper character of books to constitute 
a Sunday-school library, and also on a system- 
atic course of study for the same schools, so 
as to better accomplish the proper end of that 
branch of labor.** 

"Seaolvedy That we recommend to the 
churches represented in this Convention to 
devote special attention to the conversion of 
the Ghsrmans, and other foreigners, in their 
respective communities,— that mstead of their 
Europeanizing our institutions and opinions, 
we may Christianize them.** 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held with the First Baptist Church, Bridge- 
ton, on Tuesday, October 25, 1870. Rev. Q.K, 
Horr to preach the annual sermon. 

NEW JERSEY BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

The thirty-second annual meeting was held 
at Hightstown, October 27, 1869. 

The report of the Board pays : " In no pre- 
vious year has this Societv cuscomplishea so 
much as in that Just closea. The whole num- 
ber of beloved voung brethren aided by us in 
preparing for tne ministrv, was 28, inclusive 
of tne two Karens, Takbah and Myasoh. Of 
these, 10 are studying at Hamilton, 7 at Roch- 
ester, and 11 at Lewisburg. In almost every 
case they have enjoyed good health, and made 
commendable progress m study and in Chris- 
tian attainment. Two have closed their course 
of preparatory labor, and are now actively 
engaged in winning souls to the precious 
Redeemer. 

** If the several new applications are favor- 
ably considered, we shall begin the year with 
not less than thirty beneficiaries. It is grati- 
fying also to be able to state that this increase 
to our number is from the New Jersey 
Churches ; for it is our policy not to go be- 



yond our own membershup, exoept where we 
adopt German brethren. Plainly, the churches 
are beginning to be aroused to the importance 
of new efforts for ministerial supply. 

" Special mention Hhould also be made in 
this report, of the advanced position of New 
Jersey Baptists, within thevear, in the matter 
of general denominational education. The 
completion of the splendid new building for 
the Classical and Scientific Institute, at 
Hightstown, at a cost of some $140,000, and 
the gathering within its walls of a hundred 
students, under a fiaculty of the highest quali- 
fications, and the progress made m the com- 
pletion of the spacious and beautiful edifice 
lor the school at Bridgeton, mark an era in 
the history of our denomination in the State. 
Until now we have had either to export our 
youth for education, or send them to Pedo- 
baptist schools ; while the stigma has attached 
to us that we were doing nothing in provi- 
ding academic instruction for the people. 
Let us thank God for the prospect of no longer 
coming short of others in developing and 
moulding the rising intellect of our flourish- 
ing commonwealth ; while our own benefi- 
ciaries may for a longer period be kept at 
home.'* 

The Treasurer*s report shows the receipts 
to have been $2,738.74; expenditures, $2,080.86 ; 
in hand, $667.88. 

The Society unanimously adopted a report 
on ministerial supply, from which we make 
an extract. 

" We recommend that special pains be taken 
to secure for the work of the mmistry a large 
and important class of men of mature age and 
experience, who have suitable gifts, and whose 
age and other circumstances preclude their 
taking a full and regular theological course. 
To meet the wants of this class, we offer the 
following suggestions : 

" 1st Thatthoae of them who cannot give 
themselves wholly to this work, be encouraged 
and aided to engage in lay-preaching, under 
the direction of their respective pastors and 
churches. 

" 2d. That for those who can give themselves 
wholly and permanently to the work of the 
ministry, our several colleges and theological 
schools be requested to make such provision 
as will give them the necessary training in the 
limited time they can spare for preparation. 

"3d. That while we are alive to the advan- 
ti«es of educating such men at our regular in- 
stitutions of learning, we also desire to see the 
experiment tried, in one of our large cities, of 
a training-school for preachers of this class, on 
as inexpensive a basis as practicable, to be sus- 
tained chiefly by the voluntary services of 
local pastors. 

"4th. Believing it to be the duty of the min- 
istry of any period to provide an adequate and 
iGsdtnfiil ministry to succeed it, we also submit, 
in addition to the foregoing methods, the pro- 
priety of so far reviving the old-time practice, 
m special cases, that pastors shall take some 
of this class of men under their personal tui- 
tion and supervision, and fit them for the work 
to which God has called them, premising, 
however, that those men who may be found 
able to pursue a fhll course at the regular 
schools, shall be urged to do so.** 

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** Besolvtdt That we view with favor the for- 
mation of a ministers' training-school in the 
city of Newark, answering to the requirements 
of the resolutions just adopted." 

The Society will meet in October, 1870, at 
Bridgeton, in connection with the Convention. 

OfSICKRS of the COITTENTIOV. 

Pr€8ident 

D. M. Wilson, Newark, 

Viee-PretidenU, 

G. S. WiBB, D. D., New Brunswick. 
Be?. D. B. Stoqs, Middletown. 

Seerttary. 
Bey. H. F. Siuth, New Brunswick. 



Treoiurer. 
P. P. BusTON, New Brunswick. 

Officers of the Education Society. 

Pretident 

H. J. MuuoAD, Bridgeton. 

VUe-Pretideatt. 

Rot. B. F. Youiro, Haddonfleld. 
W. H. Pakmlt, D. D., Jersey City. 

Steretary. 
H. a Fun, D. D., Newark. 



D. M. Wilson, Newark. 



NEW YOEK BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The sixty-second anniversary was held in 
Brockport, October 13th, 1869, the President, 
C. P. Sheldon, D. D., in the chair. E. 
Dodge, D. D., LL. D., President of Madison 
University, preached the annual sermon, from 
Acts viii. 35. 

From the report of the Board, it appears 
that there have been 26 missionaries employed 
in the State dnrmg the vear. They have 
preached 2,497 sermons, neld 2,497 praver- 
meetings, made 6,246 pastoral visits, and bap- 
tised 215. » *- 

The report says : '* The past year, with all 
its embarrassments, has been one of progress. 

** Ist. Outward appearances indic<Ue progress. 
All over the State churches are bunding or 
repairing houses of worship, and other church 
property. Bev. £. Mills, of Brockport, has 
been endeavoring, by correspondence, to ar^ 
rive at an approximate estimate of the amount 
expended during the past year in improve- 
ments on church property. Returns from 
twenty-four of the forty-seven Associations in 
the State, give an aggregate of 1087,022.50 spent 
in this way, though the reports of some of the 
Associations include the expenditure of the 
preceding year. First the earthy^ aftertoards 
that that is heavenlyy is the order of Ghrist*s 
kingdom. 

"2d. The contributions show proffress.—OTDit- 
ting one Association,— whose contributions 
were incorporated in the Treasurer's report 
by vote of the Board, and the receipts for the 
debt alone exceeded all the expenditures of 
the Convention for the precedmg year, and 
that without any cost in collecting, except for 
stationerv and postagie. The Treasurers re- 
port (which was for nine months only) shows 
only $2,120.18 as the sum total of the expendi- 
tures of the Convention for the year ending 
September 30th, 1868. while the appropriations 
for the last full year by the Home Mission So- 
ciety in the State have been $14,175.00. In ad- 
dition to this, large sums have been raised 
and expended in many Associations, which 



have not passed to their credit on our books, 
owing to a misunderstanding on their part of 
our plan of cooperation. Many of our most 
prominent churches, on account of this mis- 
take will appear on our record, unavoidably, 
this year, as having made no contributions. 
Including these uncredited contributions, and 
what has Deen donated through Church Ex- 
tension Societies, and probably not less than 
$30,000 have been expended the last year in 
Domestic Mission work in the State, while 
about $30,000 additional have been given to 
the Home Mission Society, for its work in the 
regions beyond. 

" 8d. l%e work performed indicates progress. 
In one town, which was merely an ou^8tatlon 
of one our missionaries, now a strong church 
exists, able to sustain a good pastor without 
any of our assistance. Another church, or- 
ganized under the labors of one of our Dis- 
trict Missionaries, has called a pastor, and 
bought a lot for a meeting-house. Several 
other churches have diminished or removed 
cumbersome debte, and the churches and 
congregations have increased in size and 
strength. The brother to whom reference 
was made in last year's report as the only mis- 
sionary then working on the plan recom- 
mended, tells us that the collections on his 
field this year amount to nearly one dollar 

ir member, and that the appropriation of 

10 for the year Just closed is all he needs 
„ _ m the Board, as the people where he labors 
are now able to sustain uim without our assis- 
tance. 

** The amount of work performed last yefuf 
by all of our missionaries may be seen bj the 
exhibit above given. 

** 4th. The interest manifested in our tcork iff 
dieates progress. No subfect has been touched 
at our associational gatherings which has ^o 
electrified the people as this.^ 

The next meeting of the Convention is to 
held on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1870. at such 
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Bermon to be preached by Rev. Wayland 
Hoyt; Bey. B. D. Marshall, alternate. 

PASTORS' CONFERENCE. 

The second anniyersary was held at Brock- 
port, October 12, 1869. 

The sermon was preached by J. E. Een- 
drick, D. D., from Lake i. 33. 

Papers were read a* follows : 

« Pastoral Visitation," by H. Harvey, D. D. 

"Woman's Work in the Church," by Rev. 
T. Rogers. 

" State of Religion," by C. P. Sheldon, D. D. 

An address was delivered by M. B. Ander- 
son, D. D- on " The Duties of Pastors in re- 
spect to £ducation." 

An ezeeesis was presented by A. 0. Een- 
drick, D.D.t on Heb. i. 6, 6. 

The Finance Committee jpresented one rea- 
son why ministers in the dtate should unite 
with the Conference : 

**It mau be apteumary advantage; since, in 
case of the death of a member, his family, 
upon applicatton to the Treasurer, will receive 
$60, more or less, as the circumstances of the 
case may seem to demand. If any pastor is in 
such a position that his £unilv will not need 
this aid, he will have the satisfaction of know- 
ing that his annual fee of $L is contributed to 
lighten the burden of care pressing upon the 
hearts of less favored brethren." 

The next meeting will be held with the 
State Convention, in October, 1870. 

BAPTIST CITY MISSIONS. 

ALBANT.^The missions are under the 
charge of the Albany Baptist Missionary 
Union. Theodore M. Humphrey, President, 
and W. W. Rider, Secretary. It has expended 
for labor, books, etc., during the year $2,264.04 ; 
for mission property, $4,629.09. The value of 
mission property, $20,000. 

AuBuav.— £xi>ended for labor, books, etc,, 
$82; for mission property, $3,600; total value 
of mission property, $33,000. 

BurvALo.— Expended for labor, books, etc., 
$622; for mission property, $868; value of 
mission property, ^,490. 

Bbookltm.— Seven mission schools. Nine 
schools have missionaries at least part of the 
time. The Sunday-schools of the Association 
raised for missionary purposes $19,768.12 ; of 
which $14,748.37 was appropriated outside of 
the sohools which raised the funds. 

New York.— The Baptist Sunday-school 
Union, at their last meeting in May, resolved 
to employ a missionary, and pledged $3,766 
for mission work. Seven thousandchildren, 
from twenty-seven schools, on anniversary 
day. marched through the streets of New 
York as a Sunday-school "army with ban- 
ners," and filled to overflowing seven houses 
of worship. The officers of this body are T. D. 
Anderson, D. D., President; J. W.Sarles, D. D., 
Vice-Presiden t; W. P.Yeaman, Corresponding 
Secretary ; A. T. Mason, Recording Secretary; 
S. T. Hillman, Treasurer. The city churches 
are aiding Trinity Church in obtaining a lot 
for a house of worship. 

Nxwburoh.— Expended $971.86 for labor, 
books, etc.; $862.87 for mission property; 
value of mission property, $6,600. 



OoDENSBUxe. — Expended for books, etc., $80 ; 
for mission property, $80 ; value of missionary 
property, $2,520. 

RocHBSTEB.— Expended for labor, books, 
etc., $1,274.33; for mission property, $8,000; 
value of mission property, $24,000. 

Steacusx. — Expended for mission property, 
$1,100; value of mission property, $6,600. 

Tbot. — Expended for mission property, $11,- 
000; value of mission property, $32,000. There 
are three missions, one of which has V>een 
organized into a church, and is expecting a 
pastor. 

Yomkebs.— One mission school of 460 schol- 
ars, and young men's Bible-class of 90. One 
missionary employed. 

BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY OF THE 
STATE OF NEW YORK. 

The fifty-second annual meetiog was held at 
Hamilton, August 2d, 1869, the Rev. John 
Smitser, Vice-Fresident, in the chair. This 
Society has under its care the interests of 
Madison University, with its Theological 
Seminary. 

The Board reports: "That important 
changes have been made in the department 
of instruction within the last year. Three 
neufprofessore have been added to the faculty ; 
a cnair of Natural Seieneeet and another of 
Natura' Hieiory^ have been created within 
the year past. 

**The number of students in attendance for 
the year, is 170 ; of this number, 167 are pro- 
fessors of religion ; 162 are froin Baptist fam- 
ilies ; and 130 have the ministry in view. So 
pressing have been the calls from the 
churches for laborers, that several young men 
have felt constrained to leave the institution 
without finishing the course of study they 
had marked out for themselves, and are now 
laboring successfully as pastors. Ihis, with 
other causes, has reduced onr present gradu- 
ating classes below the average number. 
New students, however, have continued to 
come, so thattne number in actual attendance 
is in advance of last year. 

"Of the 130 studying for the ministry, 
eighty have received aid from your Sociely. 
If to these we add those on permanent schol- 
arships, and still others on soldier's scholar- 
ships, we find that one hundred and elwen have, 
by the material aid furnishedbyvour Society, 
been enabled to continue their course ox 
study and preparation for the service of the 
Master," 

The receipts for the year were $19,399.16; 
expenditures $19,024.87 ; balance in treasury, 
$374,29. 

The next meeting of the Society will be 
held at Hamilton, on Tuesday, August 2. 1670, 
Rev. H. A. Tupper, of G^oreia, to preach the 
annual sermon, George C. Lorimer, D. D., of 
New York, alternate. 

SOCIETY OF ALUMNI AI^TD FRIENDS. 

This body met in connection with the meet- 
ing of the Education Society, August 3, 1869. 
Special arrangements had been made to cel- 
eorate the jubilee of the University. 

In accordance with the general programme. 
B. F. Bronson, D. D„ of Massachusetts reaa 
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J.Fletcher, D.D., of Vermont. The Second De- 
caae was represented by W. H. Shailer, D< D., 
of Maine, who offered a careful sketch of 
that period. J. 8. Holme, D. D., of New York, 
fbrnished an interesting paper on the Third 
Decade. Prot J. R. Eaton, of Missouri, pre- 
sented a thoroughly prepared and valuable 
document on the Fourth Decade. The 
classes of the Fifth Decade were the snl^ect 
of a report by Bey. W. N. Clark, of Newton 
Centre, Mass. 

The Committee on Necrology reported, 
through B. F. Bronson, D. D., a summary of 
&cts ascertained, and requested further infor- 
mation. 

H. Harvey, D. D., read a deeply interestin(i; 
paper on the Missionary Work oi the Alnmnil 
and Prof. L. M. Osbom, a valuable sketch of 
the War Record of the University. 

When the time arrived for the more formal 
commemorative exercises, prayer was offered 
by Bev. F. W. Bmmons, of Massachusetts, 
Glass of 1824. President Dodge then deliv- 
ered the address of welcome, and was briefly 
responded to by Dr. Burlingham, in behalf 
of the Alumni. The Jubilee Ode was then 
read by its author, Bev. T. A. T. Hanna. of 
Brooklyn, and sung by the entire assembly. 
The Historical Discourse was delivered by 
Bev. Dr. Eaton, of the Theological Seminary, 
followed by the Jubilee Poem, by Bev. W. C. 
Biohards, Ph. D., of Massachusetts, after 
which the Society adjourned to the spacious 
tent in firont of the University buildmgs, to 
partake of the Alumni dinner. The ample 
collation having been shared by the large as- 
semblage, and complimentary resolutions 
passed to Solomon Baker, Esq., under whose 
direction it had been prepared, sentiments 
were proposed and spoken to, by various 
Alumni and guests. 

The tribute to the " Founders,** was re- 
sponded to by Bev. Bobert Powell, of Michi- 
gan, the sole survivor of the original thirteen 
who formed the Education Society. To these 
impressive words. Dr. Eaton replied, expres- 
sing grateful regard for his services, and de- 
vout thankfulness for his prolonged life. At 
this point, the assembly returned, on account 
of rain, to the Alumni Hall. The sentiment 
in honor of the ** Early Teachers,** was ac- 
companied by addresses from Rev. Dr. Cole, 
of Illinois, and Bev. Dr. Shaller of Maine, 
who spoke with gratitude and effection of 
Prof. Hascall, Dr. N. Kendrick, and others. 
" The Foreign Mission Work of the Alumni,'* 
called out remarks by Miles Bronson, D. D., 
Bev. A. T. Bose, and J. N. MurdockjD. D. 
•* The Mission Work of Alumni in the West,** 
was responded to by J. O. Moore, D. D., of 
Ohio. An ode was then sung, prepared by 
Bev. T* 6. Wright, of New Jersey, and J. H. 
Andrews, of the University. A number of 
other sentiments had been arranged for va- 
, rious sneakers, but the subject of the ** Jubi- 
lee Offering,** precluded adherence to the 
programme. 

Riev. Dr. Spear stated that eight thousand 
dollars were still necessary, ana appealed for 
further subscriptions. Responses followed 
f^om many present, In various amounts, until 
it was announced that the sums subscribed 
brought the grand total up to «104,900. The 
whole assembly united in the doxology. 

Speeches being resumed, Bev. Dr. Price, of 



Wales, and Bev. Mr. Henry, of Ireland, of the 
British Delegation, and A. C. Kendrick, D. D., 
were called upon, and spoke briefly, and 
Prof. A. S. bickmore stated, by request, what 
has recently been done for the University in 
the valuable collections connected with the 
Department of Natural History. 

The committee on the Jubilee Volume re- 
ported, recommending B. F. Bronson, D. D., 
as chief editor ; Bev. Drs. Cole, Shailer. Bee- 
bee, and Prof. N. L. Andrews, as assistants. 
Beport accepted and adopted. Besolutions 
of thanks were unanimously passed, to the 
President of the Alumni, Dr. Burlingham, to 
the marshal of the dav, C. W. Underhlll, Esq., 
and to the people of Hamilton, for their gen- 
erous hospitality during the Jubilee Anni- 
versaries. Prayer was offered by Bev. Dr. 
Corey, of Utica, and the Society adjourned. 

NEW YOBK BAPTIST UNION FOR MIN- 
ISTERIAL EDUCATION. 

The eighteenth anniversary was held at 
Rochester, May 10, 1869, C. D. W. Bridge- 
man, D. D., In tne chair. 

The report of the Board states that the 
number of beneficiaries during the year was 
46. The number of students in the Bochester 
Theological Seminanr was 48. The Board 
has nearly completed a new hall for the use 
of the Seminary. The receipts for the year 
were $41,102.02; the expenditures, $40,423.48; 
leaving a balance on hand of $679.54. 

The assets of the Union, including build- 
ings, library, endowment funds, etc., were 
$207,666.97; the liabilities amounted to $19,- 
388^1, leaving the net assets $188,278.66. 

The report says: **Your Board feels that 
the time has fully come when at least $150,- 
000 should be added to the productive capiiu 
for the payment of instructors. This seems 
to be imperatively demanded. The sum 
needed ultimately for all purposes will not be 
less than $500,000.** 

BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION. 

This body was organized November 26th, 
1868. Its ofcdect is **the promotion, within 
the field of its operation, of education, and 
the increase of the ministry in the Baptist 
denomination.'* 

Officers of the Convention. 

Presidmt. 

C. P. Sheldoit, D. D , Troy. 

Corresponding Secretary and TVeaturer. 

Bev, Jamxs Fssnch, Bochester. 

Officers of Pastoral Conference. 

Pretiident 

HwKKj E. BoBiHS, D. D., Bochester. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev. Thos. Roosas, EI bridge. 
Bev. John Pxddie, Albany. 

Secretary.* 

Bev. E. H. LiooMPTB, Syracuse. 



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Officers of the Eoxxcatiok Society. 

President. 

Samukl Golqatx, Esq., New Tork. 

Firet Vice'President. 

Rev. John Smitzee, Oneida. 

I^nanciaf and Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. H. A. Smith, Hamilton. 

Treasurer and FinaneuU Agent 

Altah Pu&ok, Esq., Hamilton. 

Officers of Union for Ministerial 
Education. 

President. 
Hon. B. S. BuKROws, Albion. 



Recording Secretary. 
A. H. Cole, Esq., Rochester. 

Officers of Educational Commission. 

PresidenL 

Hon. Wm. Kellit, New Tork. 

Vic€-President8. 

JoHH B. FiBir, Esq., New Tork. 
John M. Bruce, Esq., New Tork. 

Secretary. 
3. S. GnnzNG, D. D^ P* O. Box 6961, New Tork. 



NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The Convention met at Newborn, November 
10, 1869, the Vice-President, T. H. Pritch- 
ard, D. D., in the chair. Seventy-nine dele- 
gates and members were present. 

The annual report says : *' We are gratified 
to be able to state that there has been a gen- 
eral awakening in all parts of the State upon 
the subject ot systematic benevolence, and 
that a large number of the churches have 
adopted a system, and are now contributing, 
some weekly, some monthly, and others quar- 
terly, to the objects of the Convention." 

The report shows tbat 18 missionaries have 
been employed for larger or shorter periods 
during the year. They report 6,131 miles trav- 
elled, 800 sermons preached, 74 prayer-meet- 
ings, 492 families visited, 8 churches consti- 
tuted, 7 Sunday-schools organized, 459 bap- 
tized. The expenditures have been over 83,000. 

Dr. Pritchard, Vice-President, said " if 1S6,- 
000 were in the hands of the State Mission 
Board they could at once appropriate it to 
supplying important points where we had no 
missionaries at work." 

The Sunday-school Convention reported, as a 
moderate estimate, 600 BaptistSunday-schools 
in the State, with 40,000 scholars. They state 
that five-sevenths of the conversions among 
Baptists in the State were from the Sunday- 
schools. The total amount of funds raised 
by the Association was $2,580.96. 

Very gratifying results attend the labors of 
Rev. R. S. Pritnhard, the Corresponding Sec- 
retary, who has been engaged in organizing 
schools and conventions. In one region, 80 
miles long, where last year there were not 
more than 200 engaged in Sunday-schools, 
there have been this year more than 2,500, 
and most of the schools have been visited 
by the outpouring of the Spirit, and over 200 
have been converted. 

The Secretary reports 1,565 miles travelled, 
17 sermons preached, 32 addresses delivered, 
6 schools organized, and 10 schools visited. 

The introduotory sermon at the next meet- 
ing is to be preached by Rev. Wm. Turner, 
W. Royall, D. D., alternate ; the missionary 
sermon by J. McDanie), D. D., Rev. A. J. Em- 
erson, alternate. 



WESTERN BAPTIST CONVENTION OP 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

The thirteenth annual meeting was held at 
Morgan Hill, Buncombe coun^, September 
25, 1869, the President, Rev. N. Bo wen, in the 
chair. There were 79 delegates present 

The introductory seimon was preached by 
Rev. D. B. Nelson, from Colossians iii. 17. 
The missionary sermon was preached by Rev. 
N. Bowen, from Mark xvi. 15. W. M. Win- 
gate, D. D., preached a sermon on the " Per- 
sonality and Work of the Holy Spirit," from 
John xvi. 7. 

The next meeting will be held at Holly 
Spring, Macon Co., on Saturday, Oet. 15, 1870. 

Officers of the Convention. 

PrendenL 

Rev. S, 6. Mason. 

Vice-Presidents. 

Rev, T. H. Pritohabd. 
Rev. A. P. Repiton. 
Rev. J. J. James. 

Secretary. 

Rev, J. L. Cakroll, Oxford. 

Treasurer. 

Rev. J. S. PuMFOT. 

Officers of Western Gonyention. 

President. 
Rev. N. BowKN, HendersonviUe. > 

Vice-Presidents. 
T. Stradlkt. 
C. B. MiNeus. 

Recording Seeretary. 

Rev. D. B. Nelsok, HendersonviUe. 

TYeasurer. 

J. P. MoROAN, 8r. 



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The forty-foarth annaal meeting wan held 
at Springfield, October 21, 1869, the President, 
J. M. Hoyt, Esq., in the chair. There were 
present 115 delegates, 41 life-members, and 11 
annual members, total 167. 

The annual sermon was preached by Rev. 
H. F. Ck>lby, from Luke yiii. 46 : " And Jesus 
said, who touched me?" The annual mis- 
sionary sermon was preached by L. G. 
Leonard, D. D. 

Extracts from Biport or Board. 
Work or thx Txar. 

The number of missionary laborers en- 
gaged either the whole or a part of the year 
is thir^-seyen. Of these, sixteen labored 
the entire year on one field, and the others 
only fractions of the year. The whole 
amount of mission work ia equal to twenty- 
five years and forty-two weeks, and although 
the number of missionaries is less than last 
year, the amount of labor is exactly the same. 

Summary or Results. 

The thirty-seven workers engaged have de- 
livered 3,757 sermons and addresses; held 
2,001 prayer-meetings; made 7,185 pastoral 
visits ; 536 have been gathered into the mis- 
sion churches ; 3 meeting-houses have been 
completed and entered; 5 others are in 
process of erection; and 4 of the mission 
churches have assumed their own support. 
Sunday-schools are sustained in connection 
with all the missions, in which thousands of 
children and youth receive religious instruc- 
tion. The work at most of the stations has 
moved steadily forward, and is in a healthy, 
hopeful, condition. We have cause for 
humble, devout-gratitude to God, that he has 
BO graciously blessed our efforts. 

The Treasurer reported, balance in hand 
last year, $3,749.32 ; received during the year, 
$7,374.72; expenditures, $8,582.82 ; balance on 
hand, $2,531.22. 

The office of Superintendent of Missions 



has been held for the last seven years by the 
Corresponding Secretary, Rev. J. B. Sackett. 
He stated that * during this period three 
thousand one hundred and four persons have 
been added to the mission churches, and six- 
teen of these churches have assumed their 
own support." He also expressed his desire 
to be relieved from the office for the future. 
The Convention adopted the following reso- 
lution : 

"Resolved^ That we express to Rev. J. B. 
Sackett, on his retirement from the office of 
Superintendent of Missions, our high appre- 
ciation of the fidelity and success with which 
he has served the Convention during the past 
seven years, and our sincere regret at^ the 
necessity which compels him to resign that 
department of our work." 

The next meeting will beheld at Columbus, 
on Thursday, October 20, 1870; Rev. J. N. 
Sykes, of Painsville, tojpreach the annual 
sermon, and R. Jeffrey, D. D., of Cincinnati, 
alternate. Rev. S. W. Duncan, of Cleveland, 
to preach the missionary sermon, and Rev. 
F. A. Douglass, alternate. 

Officers of the Cokvention. 

President. 

Jamis M. Hott, Cleveland. 

Vice-President. 

E. Thrxshxr, Dayton. 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Rev. J. B. Sacxett, North Madison. 

Recording Secretary. 

Rev. J. W. OSBORir, Columbus. 

Treasttrer. 

O. Allen, Columbus. 



BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OP OREGON. 



The second annual meetini 
County, September 30, 1869. 



ig was to be held with the North Palestine Church, Benton 
We have received no minutes for the year 1869, nor any report. 



Officers for 1868. 

Moderator. 

Rev. A. J. HuNSAKiR. 

Secretary. 

Rev. T. M. Martix, Eugene City. 



Corresponding Secretary. 

Rev. J. W. OSBORK, Jr. 

Treatwr^. 

J. R. South. 



PENNSYLVANIA BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION. 

The forty-second anniversary was held at I Rev. A. M. Calkin, firom Joshua vi. 2-4. Sub- 
Reading, October 10th. 1869, the Presi- Meet: "The Church of Christ an Aggres- 
dent, Samuel A. Crozer, Esq., in the chair, sive Power." Ninety-nine delegates were 
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From the report of the Board we learn 
"that forty-six brethren have been commis* 
Bioned, most of whom have served the entire 
year. They have occupied 61 churches, and 
48 out-stations. Their labors have extended 
into 28 counties, and nearly every Associa- 
tion in the State, the only exceptions being 
the Abington, Bridgewater, and Ten Mile. In 
the performance of their duties, they have 
preached 4,352 sermons, attended 2,410 other 
meeting(8, made 5,604 pastoral visits, travelled 
32,338 miles, and baptized 207 persons. 

"At the commencement of the year, our 
treasury was overdrawn ^47.15. The receipts 
from all sources have been $12,043.21, and our 
expenditures $12,148.31. 

"£very intelligent person knows that per- 
manent prosperity in a given church cannot 
be experienced without a suitable place in 
which to meet and worship God, and one of 
the most pleasing features in the history of 
the past year, is tne fact that so many of the 
churches receiving aid from your funds ha^e 
been engaged in this direction. Two church 
edifices nave been completed, twelve are in 
process of erection, and four others, it is ex- 
pected, will soon be commenced." 

During the session a Sunday-school meet- 
ing was held, and addresses on Sunday- 
school subjects were presented. 

Prot R. Lowry, " The Sunday-school a Ne- 
cessity." 

Rev. G. A. Peltz, "Teachers' Meetings,— 
their Importance and Methods." 

Mr. John M. Evans, "Thoroughness in 
Sunday-school Teaching." 

Mr. C. D. Moore, "Importance of Thor- 
oughness." 

Mr. Thos. Tolman, " How to secure Thor- 
oughness." 

Mr. B. P. Dennison, " The Result of "nior- 
oughness in Teaching." 

The next meeting is to be held at Pitts- 
burg, October 18, 1870, the annual sermon to 
be preached by P. S. Henson, D. D. 

BAPTIST MINISTERS' UNION. 

The Union met at Reading, October 20th> 
1869, the President, Rev. I. Be van, in the 
chair. The annual sermon was preached by 
Rev. J. E. Bradley, on "New Testament 
Evangelism," from Eph. iv. 11, 12. 

Essays were read by Rev. W. H. Conrad, on 
" The Practical Relations of the Doctrine of 
Election to the Preaching of the Gospel," 
and by Rev. Geo. T. McNair, on " The Edu- 
cation of Conscience." 

There was a discussion on " The Import- 



ance of a Uniform Order of Public Worship," 
me 

ng. 

The next meeting will be held in Pittsburg, 



Worship," 

which was opened by W. Randolph, D. D., 
and W. M. Young, D. D. 



with the General Association, the annual ser- 
mon to be preached by Rev. W. Cathcart. 

PENNSYLVANIA BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

The thirtieth anniversary was held at Lew- 
isburg, July 27, 1869, Rev. Geo. Frear, Vice- 
President, in the chair. The annual sermon 
was preached by Rev. B. F. Woodburn, from 
Eph. iii. 8. 

From the report of the Board, it appears 



that sixty students for the ministry have 
been aided during the ^ear. Of these, 9 are 
in the Theological Seminary, 34 in College, 
16 in the Academy, and 1 not fully entered. 

The Society was organized in 1839. Its 
work for thirty years is thus set forth : 

" Number of pastors now in active service 
in this State, 14 ; New York, 8 ; New Jersey, 
18; Eastern States, 4; Southern States, 7; 
Western States, 25: German Churches, 3; 
Foreign fields, 4 ; deceased, 20; names un- 
known, 18 ; known £Etilures,21 ; now pursuing 
studies, 60; total, 262. 

" Receipts of the Society during the first 
decade, $9,538.04; second decade, $30,526.25; 
third decade, $55,399.46; total, $95,463.75. 

" Average number or students aided during 
the first decade, 11 ; second decade 24; third 
decade, 42." 

Of this number, only six have forfeited 
Christian or ministerial standing. The re-<«> 
maining twelve in the list of known fedl- 
ures, have failed to enter the ranks of our 
ministry, yet are laboring in the Master's 
cause in other spheres. 

The Board says: "We close this report 
with the statement of a single fact and the 
utterance of an earnest desire. That fact is 
that the records of the past twenty years con- 
tain no denial of aid to anyiyoung man ful- 
filling the conditions of aid prescribed by 
your regulations. Our desire is that thirty 
years trom this anniversary the men of that 
day may rejoice in even greater results, and 
thus in unbroken succession one generation 
may live and labor for another, until the last 
of all the generations may be caught up to 
meet the Lord in the air amid the universal 
rejoicings of the redeemed throng." 

The receipts for the year were $8,668.12; 
the expenditures, $8,830.54 ; a deficit of $162.42. 

The next meeting will be held at Lewis- 
burg, on Monday, June 27, 1870, Rev. Charles 
Eeyser to preach the annual sermon, Rev. 
Geo. Frear, alternate. 

Ofhoebs of General Association. 

PresidenL 
Samusl a. Csozia, Esq., Chester. 

Secretary. 
Rev. L. G. BsoK, Philadelphia. 

Treaturer, 
John C. Davis, Esq., Philadelphia. 



Officers of the Ministers* Union. 

President 
H. G. WiSTON, D. D., Chester. 

Vice Pre^idenU. 

J. M. PsNDLKToir, D. Da Chester. 
G. M. Spratt, D. D., Philadelphia. 



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Officers of Education Society, 

President. 
Wm. BuoKwiLL, Esq., Philadelphia. 

Corresponding Secretary. 
G. M. SnuTT, D. D., Philadelphia. 



Recording Secretary. 
J. H. Castle, D. D., Philadelphia. 

Treasurer. 
Ltvi Knowlks, Esq., Philadelphia. 



RHODE ISLAND BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The for^-fourth annnal meeting was held 
with the Friendship Street Baptist Church, 
Providence, April 27, 1869, the President, Rev. 
J. Bray ton, in the chair. One hundred and 
twelve delegates and life-members were pres- 
ent. The annual sermon was preached by 
Bev. A. F. Spalding, from Jeremiah zxiii. 29. 

The report of the Board says : " The re- 
view of the year's labor, on behalf of the Con- 
vention, presents several important features. 
At no previous time, in the history of this 
society, has the demand been so great for 
pecuniary aid and missionary labor. It has 
been necessary, in some cases, to decline to 
render assistance for want of resources; yet 
larger sums have been paid this year than 
ever before, and they have already, as we be- 
lieve, given commensurate returns in spirit- 
ual blessings. 

** The wants of the St-aie seemed to warrant 
the effort to raise ^,000, the same amount as 
that which formed the basis of our appropria- 
tions last year; and the aggregate of the de- 
mands made upon as has been in excess of 
that sum." 

Twelve churches have received aid from 
the Convention during the year, and two mis- 
sionaries have been sustained. 

One of these missionaries, who had been 
laboring with cheering results in the western 
part of jNorth Kingstown and eastern Exeter, 
presents a statement in regard to the need of 
missionary labor in that part of the State : 

" 1 know of no more important field for mis- 
sionary work in the State than this region. 
Within six miles there are six regularly or 



Snised Baptist churches, neither of which 
a ever, to aiw great extent enjoyed the 
benefits of faithful pastoral work. The result 



is that they are, and have been, as sheep 
without a shepherd. Some of these churches 
are not half so large or efficient as they were 
twenty-five years ago. Nor will their condi- 
tion ever be changed for the better, without 
judicious mlsslonarv work. To be convinced 
of the great need of missionary labor in dif- 
ferent parts of the State, one has only to ac- 
quaint himself but partially with the moral 
and religious condition of the people. Very 
many professing Christians are doing little 
or nothing for Christ, while tens of thousands 
are living in sin, neglecting the ordinances 
of God*s house: ana they will die unrecon- 
ciled to God, unless the gospel Is carried to 
them, and pressed upon their personal and 
immediate attention. Something has been 
done. Much more needs to be done. How 
to do it, In the most efficient and economical 



manner, demands our most earnest and 
prayerful consideration." 

The receipts for the year were #5,006.90; 
the expenditures, $4,032.84; leaving a balance 
of 1974.06. Of the receipts, 92,000 were bor- 
rowed, and are yet due. 

The Board says: "The income from all 
bequests, legftcies, and permanent funds, is 
small, and the chief reliance of this Conven- 
tion is upon the contributions from the 
churches. The society belongs to them ; the 
work is all their own ; and by far the larger 
number of churches is directly affected oy 
this Stat« missionary organization. Forty- 
three of the fifty-nine churches have received 
assistance, in money and missionary service, 
through this medium. There are not more 
than three or four of the twenty-five churches, 
which have been organized duriaie the past 
thirty years, that have not been aided by the 
Convention." 

The next meeting of the Convention is to 
be held with the Stewart Street Church, Prov- 
idence, on Tuesday, April 26, 1879 Rev. O. P. 
Fuller to preach the annual sermon, Rev. C. 
A. Snow, alternate. 

RHODE ISLAND BAPTIST EDUCATION 
SOCIETY. 

The seventy-eighth anniversary was held 
in Providence, April 26, 1869, the President, 
A. H. Granger, D. D.,in the chair. 

The Board in their report say : "The wants 
of the Society have been brought directly to 
the attention of pastors and churches, and 
contributions have been earnestly solicited, 
but without meeting with generous responses. 
Fewer churches have aided the Society than 
were reported a year ago, and the number at 
that tim«t (thirteen) was only about one-fifth 
of the Baptist churches in the State. This 
year there were but eight, or less than one- 
seventh of the churchey. Other churches, 
which have regularly contributed to our 
treasury for several vears have done less 
than usual this year. Our finances are, there- 
fore, not in an encouraging condition. The 
amount in the treasury, at the beginning of 
the year, was $337.55. Tne income d uring the 
year has been, from contributions, $226.26; 
from dividends, $168.60. The expenditures 
have amounted to $496.04, leaving a balance 
in the treasury of $226.27. The new Board 
will therefore find itself embarrassed in 
meeting the usual semi-annual appropriations 
in July next. The amount that will then be 
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Appropriations to benefioiarles woald be a 
special misfortane to them, and in no wise a 
credit to us. To aooept new applicants, 
under existing circa mstances, will be im- 
possible. Applications from young men of 
certified higli character and promise have 
been, for months, before the Board, but for 
the reason iust mentioned, the Board haye 
delayed action upon them. These fistcts re- 
quire the special notice of the Society. 

** Six beneficiaries haye received aid during 
the year. One of them graduated in the lai*t 
class from Newton, and Has entered upon his 
work in a promising field. Of the others, 
two haye been recently received. The five 
beneficiaries, now recefying the patronage of 
the Society, are all pursuing the full course 
of study in Brown Uniyersity. They main- 
tain their claim upon the confiden'*e of the 
Board and of their instructors. Two of them 
will graduate this fall and enter Newton 
Theological Seminary." 

The next meetinc will be held on Monday 
eyening, April 26, 1870, at Providence. 

Officers of the Convention. 

President. 
Abraham H. GaAireiB, D. D., Providence. 



Secretary. 

Rev. HimiT C. Gbayss, Providence. 

Treaeurer. 

Bhodh B. Grapmah, Providence. 

Officers of the Education Society. 

PreHdent. 
S. L. Caldwxll, D. D., Providence. 

Vice-President. 
Rev. G. B. Babbows, Newport. 

Seeretai-y. 
Rev. G. A. Snow, Providence. 

Treeuurer. 
D. B. Blakb, Esq., Providence. 



SOUTH CAROLINA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The forty-ninth annual meeting was held 
at Yorkville, July 21, 1869, the President, J. 
L. Reynolds, U. D., in the chair. In the ab- 
sence of the appointed preacher and his alter- 
nate, the introductory sermon was preached 
by Rev. J. K. Mendenhall, from Prov. ii. 30. 
The charity sermon was preached by E. T. 
Winkler, D. D. 

The report of the Executive Board was sub- 
mitted by Rev. Dr. Dargan. It stated that 
the asent of the Board, Rev. T. H. Pope, had 
travelled extensively through the State, and 
had earnestly endeavored to impress upon 
the churches the duty of systematic benefi- 
cence, and he hoped with some success, — 
thougti he could not state definitely what 
would be the ultimate results of his efforts. 
Most of the churches preferred to send their 
contributions through the Associations to 
which they respectively belonged. Some 
of the Associations supported missionaries 
within their own bounds, and hence were 
slow to adopt the plan of the Gonvention. 
The report recommended a change in the lo- 
cation of the Board, and that the agent be 
continued. 

The report was referred to a oommtttee, 
which recommended a plan which proposes 
three things : " Preaiient contributions, how- 
ever small,— a contribution from each church, 
and a contribution from each member of the 
church." 

The condition and necessities of Furman 
University were presented, and measures 
suggested for the promotion of its welfare. 



On motion of J. O. B. Dargan, D. D., 

** Resolved, That the success attending the 
Sundav-school cause during the past year 
calls for devout gratitude to God, and that 
the brethren be requested to engage more 
zealously in this cause." 

Dr. Gurtis offered a series of resolutions of 
the same spirit and character as those passed 
by the Gonvention in the years 1866-*67, 
in regard to the religious improvement of 
the colored people. After general discus- 
sion of the subject, the resolutions were 
adopted. 

Dr. Manly offered the following resolu- 
tions : 

"1. Resolved^ That this Gonvention feel 
committed to pursue, with unabated zeal and 
energy, the work of ministerial education, as 
a part of our duty commended to us by the 
principles of the Bible, and the example of 
our honored fathers, and as essential to 
due preparation for the Christian work of the 
future. 

"2. Resorved, That it is the duty of the 
churches, and especially of the ministers, to 
seek out and encourage those who mar be 
called of God to preach the gospel, and aid 
them so far as is needful in preparing for 
greater usefulness. 

'*3. Resolved, That the enlistment of the 
private members of the churches more and 
more largjely in the exercises of social wor- 
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the gospel, is one of the most hopeful means 
of recruiting the ranks of the minis- 
try and increasing the efficiency of the 
churches." 

The next meeting of the Conyention will 
take place at Greenville, on Thursday, June 
23, 1870. This being the fiftieth anniversary, J. 
L. Reynolds, D. D., by appointment, will give 
a history of the Convention. Bicnard Fur- 
man, D. D., was appointed to preach the mis- 
sionary sermon. 



Officers of thb Contention. 

Preaident, 
J. L. BiTNOLDs, D. D., Columbia. ' 
Secretary. 

Dr. S. W. BOOKHABT. 

Tremmrer. 
Prof. C. H. JuDSON, Greenville. 



WEST TENNESSEE BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The thirty-third anniversary was held at 
Brownsville, Nov. 13, 1869, the President, C. 
C. Conner, D. D., in the chair. One hundred 
and fifty-five delegates were present. The 
convention sermon was preached by Bev. J. 
P. B. Mays, from 2 Cor. iii. 6. Theme: "A 
Good Minister." 

The Executive Board reports: "At the 
meeting of the Convention of 1868, a resolu- 
tion was adopted recommending the Board to 
appoint a general evangelist, with the under- 
standing and assurance of a liberal support, 
and that local missionaries be employed in 
communities to supply the destitution con- 
tiguous to their homes. After settling with 
their missionaries for the year, the Board 
found itself still indebted to them, with an 
exhausted treasury, and a resolution of the 
Convention saying that the expense of em- 
ploing paid agents ought to be abandoned, 
and a recommendation to the churches, the 
plan of weekly contributions, with the request 
that they be forwarded quarterly, to the 
Board, as the means of carrying on the work 
of evangelization. Without money, the 
agency svatem discontinued, and experience 
has taught them that it was unsafe to rely 
upon the amount sent up to the Convention 
to meet the salaries of missionaries, the 
Board felt that they m^t await the voluntary 
contributions, before they could go forward 
with their work. In these embarrassing cir- 
cumstances, Brother C. C. Conner agreed to 
accept an appointment from the Ik>ard, as 
evangelist and agent, and visit as many 
churches and Associations as practicable, and 
attempt to awaken a more enlarged mission- 
ary spirit, and a more generous support of 
the Convention in its work. With a self- 
sacrificing love for the interests of the Con- 
vention, Brother Conner entered upon his 
work, without the promise of a salary, agree- 
ing to depend upon the voluntary contribu- 
tions, independent of the amount solicited 
for the Convention, for his support. 

" In addition to his able and faithful preach- 
ing of the gospel in many places, he was en- 
couraged to hope for a larger contribution to 
the funds of the Convention, which is yet to 
be realized. 

"The voluntary contribution for his own 
support has not met the expectations of him- 
selrorthe Board, and it is but proper that 
the Convention, according to its ability, 
should add to the amount. 

P2 



" The Board has had Brother W.T. Bennett 
employed as a missionary, for two months, 
who reports 32 sermons, 4 Sundav-school lec- 
tures, 5 professions of religion, collected $20.50 
for the Convention, and secured a bequest 
from Brother Robinson from his estate to the 
Convention. 

' After a trial of two years, the Board is 
convinced that a more certain and efiicient 
system of agencies for the collection of 
money must be adopted or the Convention 
must either die, or maintain a sickly exist- 
ence, but little better than death, and dis- 
creditable to the Baptists of West Tennessee." 

The general agent reports : " I have trav- 
elled 1,710 miles, preached 90 sermons, deliv* 
ered 22 lectures upon various subiects con- 
nected with your interests, raised by sub- 
scription and in cash, $487.40." 

The Committee on Education, in their re- 
port, say: "Amid all the insinuations cast 
upon us, as Baptists, in all ages, and still 
flippantly repeated, that we are not the 
friends, nor the advocates, nor the promulga- 
tors of a general and liberal education, we 
rejoice in the record thatj without State im- 
perial patronage, or political enactments, — 
often amid poverty and persecution, we 
have, as a denomination, projected and con- 
trolled educational interests whose influence 
has been felt throughout the world. 

" Broad-Mead College, in Bristol, England, 
sustained by the taxed and down-trodden 
Baptists, gave to the world the Rylands, John 
Foster, Robert flail, whose names will live 
while literature endures. The first President 
of Harvard Unlvertiity was a Baptist; Brown 
(University was endowed and sustained by 
Baptists; and the first institution of learning 
beyond the mountains was established by 
Craig, a Baptist. 

" In the early struggles of the Baptists of 
West Tennessee, eaucational enterprises 
were not forgotten, but were only secondary 
to the preaching of the gospel. 

" We beg leave to direct attention to Union 
University, at Murftreesboro', Tennessee. Ji 
belongg to us a* Baptiate. Its stability and in- 
fluence effect us equally with our brethren of 
Middle Tennessee. It should have a hold on 
our affections, and deserves our confidence 
and patronage. Brother D. H. Selph, its es- 
teemed President, is identified with our whole 
State ; and his connection with the University 
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"The Brownsville Female College, sa»- 
tained through calamities of the war, and the 
changes which followed, has already entered 
npon a new and prosperous career. Its 
President, Isham R. Branhara, deseryedly 
commands the confidence and respect of the 
oommunitv where the institution l«i located, 
and of cUl^ by whom he and it are known." 

The next meeting of the Conyention will 
be held at Trenton, on Friday, November 11, 
1870, the annual sermon to be preached by 
Rev. I. R. Branham, Rev. W. H. Barksdale, 
alternate. 

Officers op th« Convention. 

Prwidmt 
Ceamp G. Cokhbb, D. D., Ripley. 



Rev. G. W. YouHO, Darhamville. 
Rev. S. H. Fou>, LL. D., Memphis. 

Corresponding Seeretary, 

Rev. M. HiusMAir, Trentoo. 

Beeording Secretary, 

Rev. JOBKPH H. BoEUM, Darhamville. 

Trtaeurer, 
Bev. J. A. MoDsAUCAN, Trenton. 



GENERAL MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION OF TENNESSEE. 



The second annual meeting was held with 
the Firnt Colored Baptist Church, at Mem- 
phis, August 19, 1869. The introductory ser- 
mon was preached by Bev. N. B. Frierson. 

The General Association includes 103 
churches and 3 Associations (in all 162 
churches), from most of which delegatet) 
were present. It represents a membership 
of 10,145. 

From the report of the Board we learn 
that 15 missionaries have been employed in 
its field. Partial reports show 143 baptized by 
the missionaries during the vear, 5 churches 
organized, and 2 houses of worship built. 
The Board say : ** Our work has been com- 
" ' meagre for the past year: yet we 



paratively 
nave grea 



great reason to bless and adore the 

great Ood of heaven in that he has permitted 
us to do what we have done in the glorious 
work of carrying the gospel. The churches 
have not made their regular reports to the 
Board, as instructed, and we would propose 
in lieu the following resolutions for our 
government: 

**Be8olvedy That the Board call on each 
church composing the Association, and re- 

?[uest three collections a year, the same to be 
orwarded to the Board immediately after 
collection. 

**Ee8olvedt That no missionary shall call on 
the Board for money, unless the churches he 
visits shall comply with this requirement, 
and he has furnished his report to the 
Board.*' 

The Committee on Sunday-schools re- 
ported the following resolutions, which were 
adopted: 

*'Ee8olvedf That we believe it to be the 
duty of this Association to exhaust all possi- 
ble means to encourage the churches and 
pastors in the Association to gather the chil- 
dren in their vicinities into the Sundav- 
schools. and to do all they can to provide 
them withourdenominationai books, and re- 
port at our next annual meeting the number 
of teachers, scholars, and volumes in their 
several schools. 



"Sesolved, That it is the desire of this As- 
sociation that all of our churches without 
Sundav-schools should immediately organize 
them in thier respective churches. 

" Rexolvedf That we recognize the Sunday- 
school as a powerful moralizing agent, and 
believe that to strengthen and build up our 
denomination, we should impart to our chil- 
dren our sentiments and the word of Ood in 
its purity, thus rearing them up in the way 
they should go." 

The Treasurer of the Educational Board 
reported $463.86 received during the year; 
$712.65 expended ; a deficit of $248.80. 

The next annual meeting of the Association 
will be held at Ciarksville, on Thursday, Sep- 
tember 8, 1870, introductory sermon by Bev. 
B. Vanduval, Rev. Martin WinQeld, alternate; 
doctrinal sermon by Rev. Henderson Willis, 
Rev. L. Thompson, alternate; communion 
sermon by Rev. N. B^fi'rierson, Rev. J. Bram- 
ford Alternate; sermon on Perseverance of 
Saints, by Rev. Wm. Howell, Rev. R. Bond, 
alternate; on Baptism, by Rev. L. Trimble, 
Rev. B. C. Tappen, alternate. 

Officers of General Missionary 
Association. 

M'jderator, 

Rev. N. G. MssRT, Nashville. 

Astistant Moderator. 

Rev. N. B. Faiuisoir, Murfreesboro*. 

Treasurer. 

Rev. Louis Bqilie, Nashville. 

Recording Secretary. 

T. J. Whim. 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Rev. B. F&uasov, Murfreesboro*. 



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TEXAS BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION. 



The Convention met at Galveston, October 
2, 1869. Eighty-five delegates were present. 
The introductory sermon was preached by 
Bev. 8. B. McJunkin. The annual missionary 
sermon was preached by W.Carey Crane, D D., 
and the annual educational sermon by Rev. 
Horace Clark. 

Special attention was given to education 
ana missions, and incidental to publications, 
Snnday-scliools, and colored population. It 
was determined to make a vigorous effort to 
supply destitute cities and towns in Texas, 
and the German population with a preached 
gospel. At the same time it was urged that 
strenuous exertions should be put forth to 
stimulate Associations to supply their own 
destitution as well as rural districts in the 
west and north-west of this great State. The 
General Agent reported about $2,000 collected 
in specie, for State missions. All the minis- 
ters present pledged themselves to take up 
collections before the spring, for foreign 
missions. 

The next meeting is to be held at Brenham, 
on Saturday, October 1, 1870. 



Officers of thb Convbntion. 

President 

Bev. H. L. Gravis, Fairfield, 

Vie6- Presidents, 

W. 0. Ceaitb, D. D., Independence, 
Rev. P. B. Chahduh, Fayetteville. 
Rev. J. BsALL, Bryan. 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Bev. HoBAcx Clask, Independence. 

Beeording Secretary, 

Hon. O. H. P. Gabrbtt, Chappell Hill. 

Treasurer, 

ISAAO Parks, Anderson. 



BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF TEXAS. 



The Association met at Tyler on Friday, 
July, 23, 1869, Bev. W. G. Caperton in the 
chair. There was an unusually large attend- 
ance of members ; over forty ministers were 
present. 

The Bible Board reported: "This Board is 
coordinate with the other Boards of this As- 
sociation, and is capableof being a co-laborer 
with them. The distribution of Bibles, de- 
nominational and religious books, is one of 
its prime objects. This is in accordance 
with the work of the missionary, and in this 
department, we may verv well be co-laborers. 

** We fully appreciate how, in our present 
enfeebled condition, much of the col portage 
work may be done under the direction of the 
Missionary Board in agreement with us. Yet 
we believe there is a work in this department 
that can be successfully performed only by 
the earnest and pious colporteur: supplying 
fields even where the missionary does not 

J ;o ; pioneers, going into every family, carry- 
ng comfort to the distressed, instructing 
those without knowledge of the gospel. We 
especially invite the attention of the Asso- 
ciation to this successful coadjutor in the 
work of evangelization." 

The report of the Board of Missions was 
made through their General Agent, Rev. B. 
C. Buckner. The report showed that a very 
large preparatory work had been accom- 
plishea, and much actual missionary labor 
performed. 
The Committee on Finance made their re- 
ort. Funds reported for Sunday-schools, 
5; for minates, $32; for Bible Board, $11.40; 
6r missions, 1114.75; for educational pur- 



poses, f87.25; for general purposes, $92.60. 
Total, $412.90. Most of this was specie, the 
remainder currency. If the amounts raised 
for tlie Domestic Board of Missions and the 
amounts pledged be added, the total will be 
over $850 against an amount last year of less 
than $100. 

The next meeting is to be held on Friday, 
July 22, 1870, at Paris. 

TEXAS BAPTIST S. 8. AND COLPOBTAGB 
CONVENTION. 

The first annual meeting was held at Bryan, 
on Friday, July 9, 1869, the President, Rev. J. 
H. Stribling, in the chair. One hundred and 
thirty-three delegates, and 27 honorary mem- 
bers were present. The introductory sermon 
was pretiched by Rev. J. B. Link, from John 
xvii. 10-13. Subject. " The Motives to Chris- 
tian Effort, and the Principles which should 
guide it." 

There were practical questions discussed, 
and exemplifications given of modes of Sun- 
day-school instruction, as follows : 

1. " What is the chief end of Sunday-school 
instruction, and how can it be best obtained." 

2. **The qualifications and duties of super- 
intendents.*' 

3. '* A practical exemplification of Sunday- 
school management." 

Libraries occupied the attention of the 
Convention, and the following resolution was 
passed : 

" Resolved, That the Board of Managers be 
instructed to exercise the most careful super- 
vision over all Sunday-school libraries and 



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books distribated through their ageney, and 
that any foand to contain objectionable sen- 
timents, doctrinal or otherwise, be promptly 
returned to the source from whence they 
came, and the titles of said books, and the 
objectionable matters found in them be pub- 
lished Id the Baptist Herald^ for the informa- 
tion of the brethren." 

Sunday-school papers were also under con- 
sideration, and a committee reported on the 
subject as follows : ** That in their opinion a 

good tiunday-Bchool paper cannot be too 
ighly estimated. A paper coming into the 
school once or twice a month, is looked for, 
and read with avidity, when a book lies ne- 
glected. A book soon gets old, but a paper is 
always fi'esh and new. The young voiU read, 
and ought, by all means, to be supplied with 
sound literature. Byery school should take 
papers enough to supply each family with 
one or more copies.** 

From tlie report of the Board we extract 
the following: "The demand for Sunday- 
school and religious books is yery consider- 
able among our people, and evidently on the 
increase, with our limited means, we have 
been able to supply only partially the de- 
mand. Very little has been done in the way 
of colportage. A great deal could be done in 
this way, if we but had the men and money. 
One brother reports sales to over six hundred 
dollars' worth of religious books in some of 
the upper counties, in one year, on his own 
account. 

" We need an active, permanent agent to 
take hold of this work. Pastors can do much 
to help in the way of raising money, building 
up Sunday-schools, and in circulating good 
books. We greatly need their cooperation. 
Let our motto still be a Sunday-school in every 
church in the State, and religious reading for the 
people. Who will not help in such a noble 
work ? 

" We have recently received the following 
noble gilts from some of our brethren at the 
North : Smith Sheldon, New York, books to 
the amount of $228.50; Col. Morgan L. Smith, 
formerly of Brazoria county, in this State, 
$250; American Baptist Publication Society, 
of Philadelphia, $430 ; National Sunday-school 
Convention, in session at Newark, New Jer- 
sey, $180. Most, if not all of this, has been 
secured through the personal influence of 
Col. Smith. He has also secured promises of 
aid from the American Tract Society, and 
American Bible Society. The American Bap- 
tist Publication Society has agreed to pay the 
salary of a good, efficient general agent, to 
be selected by us." 

Be 7. J. B. Link, editor of ihe Texas Bevptist 
Herald, presented a report on colportage, with 
resolutions: "That we should not be dis- 
posed to let so important a work be passed 
by so carelessly. We propose the adoption 
of the following resolutions: 

" Resolved, That our Board be instructed to 
give special attention to this department of 
our work, and put into the field as many col- 
porteurs as they possibly can sustain, and fa- 
cilitate industriously the circulation of a 
sound literature as far as possible. 

" Besolved, That as there is a most alarming 
and astonishing destitution of the Bible 
throughout the country, special attention be 



given to the circalation of the word of 
od.'* 

The Treasurer reported $1,266.66 received 
during the year ; $1,177.57 expended ; leaving 
a balance of $88.99. 

The next meeting is to be held at Ghappel 
Hill, on Friday, July 8, 1870, Rev. J. H. Strib- 
ling to preach the introductory sermon, Bev. 
G. A. Grammar, alternate. 

TEXAS BAPTIST EDUCATIONAL CON- 
VENTION. 

Under the sanction of the Baptist Stat* 
Convention, a meeting was held at Galveston, 
October 5, 1869. to organize "The Texas Bap- 
tist Educational Convention.*' 

On motion. Rev. H. Clarke was called to the 
chair, and Rev. J. B. Link was appointed Sec- 
retary, pro tern. 

The obi'ects of the organization are set 
forth in the following extracts from the con- 
stitution : " The objects of this Convention 
shall be, 

"1. By addresses and through the press 
to awaken a deeper interest in uie subject of 
education. 

" 2. To collect educational statistics within 
the limits of the State of Texas, and else- 
where, 80 far as may be promotive of the ob- 
jects of this organization ; and in general to 
collect and preserve for the use of the Con- 
vention, educational information of every 
description. 

"3. To act as the repository of Trust Funds 
given or bequeathed for educational purposes, 
especially for the education of candidates for 
the ministry, and for the assistance of young 
men and women preparing themselves for 
the profession of teaching." 

Thirty-seven annual members and 4 life 
members were enrolled. 

The next meeting is to be held in October, 
1870, in connection with the meeting of the 
State Convention. 

OpPICERS op (iENERAL ASSOCIATION. 

President. 
Rev. A. E. Clsmmons, Marshall. 
Viee-Presidenls. 
Rev. J. F. Johnson, Pennington. 
Rev. JosiAH Lkakjb, Chatfield. 
Rev. J. H. Rowland, Tyler. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

R. C. BuBLESON, D. D., Waco. 

Recording Secretary, 

J. T. Hand, Tyler. 

Treasurer, 

GioBGi Yabbosouoh, Tyler. 



Officers op S. S. and Colportage 

Convention. 

President. 

T. J. BiALL, Bryan. 



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Vic6-Preaidmti. 

J. W. Spizqht, Waco. 

C R. Bbesdloye, Breaham. 

William Dayib, Bryan. 

Corre$ponding Secretary, 
Ber. F. M. Law, Bryan. 

Meeording Secretary. 
Jamis B. McLsLLAin). 

Treaturer. 
Her. J. BiALL, Biyan. 



Officers Educatiokal Convbktiok. 

President, 
Bey. H. Glabkx, Independence. 

Viee-PreHdeaL 
C. B. BBm)ix>TX, Brenham. 

Becording Secretary. 
Bev. W. HowABD, GalTeston. 

Treasurer, 
Hon. O. H. P. GABun, Ghappel Hill. 



VEEMONT BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The Convention met at Brattleboro, Oct 6, 
1869. Six delegates were preBeot. A heavy 
fireshei prevented a general meeting. The 
body adjourned to meet at the call of the 
President of the Board. 

In accordance with that call, the forty- 
fourth anniversary was held at Windsor, No- 
vember 10, 1869. John Goadby, D. D., was 
chosen Moderator. Forty-nine delegates and 
15 visiting brethren were present. The an- 
nual sermon was preached by Rev. Mark 
Carpenter, from 2 Cor. vi. 1.- The doctrinal 
sermon was preached by H. Fletcher, D. D., 
ft-om Rom. vi. 3, 1 John v. 8, and Col. ii. 12. 
Subject: "Ordinances of the Church,— their 
Symbolism." 

From the report of the Board it appears 
" That thirteen churches have been aided to 
the amount of $2,675. These churches num- 
ber 678, and 63 have been added to them by 
baptism during the year, and their net in- 
creaae for the same time is 67, or about ten 
per cent of iheir aggrt-gate. 

"At the first meeting of your Board, they 
appointed a committee to obtain a financial 
agent and missionarjr. That committee have 
been continued during the year, but have 
been unsuccessful in filling that position. 
The result of this failure upon our general 
interest will be best learned from the report 
of your Treasurer. The Board, however, 
anticipate that the result will show that but 
little has been accomplished towards raising 
the centennial fund proposed last year, and 
recommend that the effort to secure it be con- 
tinued through the coming year. 

** At the meeting of the Board in February, 
a few liberal-minded brethren proposed to 
the Board the employment of Rev. H. G De 
Witt to labor as an evengelist in this Btate, 
nnder the direction of the Board; they be- 
. coming responsible for his salary, and the col- 
lections made by him to go into the treasury 
of the Convention. After proper inquiry in 
regard to the character and influence of the 
labors of Mr. De witt, this generous proposi- 
tion was accepted by the Board, and he com- 
menced his labors on the first of September, 
and is now prosecuting them with encourag- 
ing results.** 



The committee on Foreign Missions pre- 
sented a table showing the innrease of contri* 
butions to that object since 1860 : 



T«AE. 




CONTaiBUTIOWS. 


1860 


8,268 


$ 711 84 


1861 


8.374 


920 86 


1862 


8,399 


763 03 


1863 


8,431 


929 38 


1864 


7,959 


950 70 


1865 


7,690 


1,027 40 


W66 


7,714 


1,278 51 


1867 


8,260 


1,498 64 


1868 


8.433 


2,542 66 


1869 


8,618 


2,665 36 



From this table it appears that the mis* 
sionarv contributions have been trebled du- 
ring the last ten years. The report of the 
Board for 1868 shows that they are not un- 
mindful of the home field. It says, " We do 
not know where on the continent anv 8,000 
Baptists have expended so much for domes- 
tic missionary purposes during the last two 
years." 

The Treasurer received $3,519.48; the ex- 
penditures were $2,508.83, leaving a balance of 
$lj010.66. 

The next meeting is to be held at Hydeville, 
on Wednesday, October 5, 1870, Rev. J. Free- 
man to preach the annual sermon, R.-v. S. M. 
Whiting, alternate; Rev. L. Tracy to preach 
the doctrinal sermon. 

Officers of the Conveittion. 

President 

J. GOADBT, D. D., Poult ney, 

Vice-Presidents. 

J. FaiBVAiT, D. D., Vergennes. 

Rev. L. A. Dunn, Fairfax. 

Secretary. 

Rev. T. H. Archibald, Bristol. 

Treasurer, 

£. A. FuLLBB, Burlington. 



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The forty-sixth annual session was held 
with the First Church, Richmond, June 3, 
1869, the President, J. L. Burrows, D. D., in 
the chair. There were present 63 delegates 
from Associations, 48 from Missionary Socie- 
ties, 334 from churches, and 70 life-members. 

The introductory sermon was preached by 
Rev. J. A. Haynes, from 2 Cor. v. 13-15. 
Theme: "The Madness of Paul." 

The Association embraces a State Mission 
Board, a Sunday-school and Bible Board, and 
an Education Board, located at Richmond ; a 
Foreign Mission Board at Charlottesyiile ; a 
Domestic Mission Board, at Petersburg; and a 
Committee on Education of Children of De- 
ceased and Disabled Soldiers, at Charlottes- 
ville. 

The State Mission Board reported: We 
have not been able to employ half as many 
missionaries the current year as were in the 
. field at the time of your last meeting. In con- 
sequence of the financial embarrassment of 
the Board, the question of suspending our 
work altogether was seriously considered, 
and only by a divided vote and after pro- 
tracted discussion was it determined to con- 
tinue opeiations on a scale limited to the ap- 
priation of 12,600. 

" Under this restriction fifteen missionaries 
were appointed, two of whom, after laboring a 
few months, removed to other fields. Thirty- 
four stations were supplied by our mission- 
aries, in portions of fifteen counties, and 
twelve towns and villages. In connection 
with these stations,thirty-one Sunday-schools 
were sustained. Our brethren preached 1,302 
sermons, baptized 283 converts (of whom 18 
were colored persons), made 2,941 visits for 
religious conversation and prayer, organized 
7 new Sunday-schools, and 3 new churches ; 
besides aiding pastors in. meetings, distribu- 
ting rellgiouu books and tracts, and perform- 
ing other ministerial duties. We have rea- 
son for gratitude to God that with so small a 
corps of missionaries so much was done for 
his glory and the salvation of souls. 

*' We regret that we cannot report the col- 
lection of money sufficient to pay our old 
debt, and the new obligations incurred by 
these appointments, (.mr total liabilities 
now amount to about $3,600. The Treasurer's 
report shows small receipts since our last an- 
niversary, and included in them is a loan of 
$650, made to pay the balance due our mis- 
sionaries for 1867-68." 

The 16 missionaries report 605 weeks of 
service, l 302 sermons preached, 2,949 visits 
for religious instruction, 283 baptized, 3 
churches and 7 Sunday-schools organized. 

The Education Board reported : ** The total 
of students at Richmond College preparing 
for the ministry has this session reached 
thirty-two, of whom, however, four pay their 
own expenses, leaving twenty-eight to be sup- 
ported in whole or in part through your 
Board. Besides these, there has been, in ac- 
cordance with the permission granted by res- 
olution of the last General Association, an 
appropriation of fifty dollars to assist a young 
brother In prosecuting his studies at the 



Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. So 
that, in all, ticenty-nine young men have re- 
ceived assistance in fitting themselves for 
greater usefulness in the divinely appointed 
work of the gospel ministry. 

** In the collection of funds we have not 
been so successful as was desired and ex* 
pected. The receipts for the fiscal year have 
been as follows: Balance on hand June 1st, 
1868, 922.21 : received per Treasurer of Gen- 
eral Association, $250; received from the 
churches and individuals, cash, ^,199.20 ; re- 
ceived from the churches and individuals, 
provisions, worth $941.10; total, $2,412.61. The 
expenditures for the year have been $2,472.29. 
Thus there is a balance dne^the Treasurer of 
$59.78. Besides which, there is due to other 
members of the Board, for money advanced, 
$120, and to bills outstanding, $186." 

The Sunday-school Board reported the con- 
dition of the schools in the State as follows : 
Schools in correspondence with the 

Board 448 

Schools furnished statistics 400 

Officers and teachers in these schools 5,073 

Scholars in these schools 29,780 

Total officers, teachers, and scholars 34,853 
Conversions during the year among 

officers and teachers 195 

Conversions during the year among 

scholars..: 1,114 

Total converaions reported 1,309 

Regular prayer-meetings in connec- 
tion with the schools 107 

Volumes in the libraries 47,861 

Sunday-school papers taken 6,662 

Amount of money contributed to the 

Board by the schools $1,640 86 

Amount of money contributed for 

other purposes 42,507.45 

" These statistics are considerably below the 
actual number and condition of the schools. 
The difficulty in collecting such information 
is proverbial. From an extended and long 
acquaintance with the work in the State, it is 
our conviction that fully sixty regularly or- 
ganized schools failed to report their numbers 
to the Board. Placing them at the moderate 
average of forty, we have four hundred and 
sixty schools in 1868, with thirty-seven thousand 
two hundred and fifty-three in the ranks. 

"It may also be noticed that these are 
while schools onl^. The colored Baptist 
churches have their own State organzations, 
and thei^ Sunday-school work is progressing 
well. Their schools are numerous and large, 
and if counted into our State denominational 
aggregs^te give yet greater increase to our 
numbers. 

" It is not less important that it should be 
known that these are Baptist schools. Not 
ten in the four hundred are conducted upon 
the union plan. We take the Bible for our 
text-book, and the salvation of the children 
as the great object; but when converted to 
Christ we desire next to make them Baptists. 
It is thus seen that Virginia Baptists are 
doing their own work, they love to do it, and 
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The receipts of the different Boards were 
as follows : 

State Mission Board |5,236 16 

Sunday-school and Bible Board 2,218 15 

£dur>ation Boards 1*A95 75 

Foreign Mission Board 2,538 55 

Domestic Mission Board 1,018 33 

General Association funds sent to 

this meeting not designated 197 73 

Totals $12,804 58 

The next meeting is to be held with the 
Freemason Street Church, Norfolk, on Thurs- 
day, June 2d, 1870, Bey. D. B. Wmfree to 
preach the annual sermon; Bev. N. W. Wil- 
son, alternate. 



OFricERS OF Qenbbil Association. 

Pruident, 
B. L. MoNTAons, Church View. 

Viee-Pruid&nU,: 
J. O. Fuld, Culpepper C. H. 
C. T. Surasmuir. 

Re^ T. W. STDiroB, Blacks and Whites. 
Rev. C. Tnuo, Powhattan C. H. 

Seerttary. 
A. P. Abkll, CharlottesYille* 

TVeoturer. 
W. O. Djibbrqms, Richmond. 



VmaiNIA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The second annual session was held with 
the Gillield Baptist Church, Petersburg, May 
12, 1809, the President, Rev. L. Tucker, in 
the chair. The introductory sermon was 
preached by Rev. R. Wells, from Isaiah Ixii. 
10; the doctrinal sermon by Rev. E. G. Cor- 
prew, from 2 Tim. iii. 16, "All Scripture is 
given by inspiration of Gh>d ;" and the mis- 
sionary sermon by Rev. £. Ryalls, Isaiah 
vi. 8, 9. 

The condition of the scattered freedmen 
and the wants of the churches were consid- 
ered, and the following resolutions pasned : 

"1. Resol9edy That we esrnestly request the 
churches to allow their pastors to visit the 
adjacent destitute fields, and labor for their 
evangelical cultivation; gather in the scat- 
terecTsheep and lambs, and feed them. Said 
pastors to nave certificates of approval from 
the Executive Board of this Convention. 
' Furthermore, the churches are requested to 
aid their pastors to and from the fields of 
labor. 

" 2. The State,— Virginia,— shall be divided 
into sixteen districts. 

*'3. To each district, shall be appointed 
by this Convention, two District Secretaries, 
whose duty it shall be to solicit life and an- 
nual membership, and collections in behalf 
of this Convention, and report the same, 
with the funds, quarterly, to the Board ; and 
an annual report to the Convention, stating 
in each report, the condition, wants, etc., of 
his district. 

"4. The annual report, giving names of 
members, amount of funds collected, and 
who from, number of sermons or missionary 
addresses delivered, number and names of 
churches visited, and number of miles 
travelled, etc., if necessary, shall be pub- 
lished in the minutes, over the name of the 
Secretaries. 

" 5. Each church or community is request- 
ed to state in its letter to this Convention, 
the amount of money at any time it contrib- 
utes to a Secretary, which phall be compared 
with the Secretary's report concerning said 
church." 

The committee on the employment of mia- 
sionaries, reported as follows : 



*' Whzrkas, Owing to the weak condition ot 
our treasury, it Is impracticable at present to 
employ missionaries; and loAsreew, the Bap- 
tist cause is sufTering in some pajrts of the 
State, for the labors of Baptists ministers; 
therefore, 

**Be8olved, That the District Secretaries are 
requested and hereby empowered to perform, 
for the present, the work of Missionaries, as 
far as lieth within their power.** 

The Convention of the colored churches is 
yet young ; it contained delegates from 18 
churches, 5 benevolent societies, and 5 Sun- 
day-schools. It reports a list of 5 life-mem- 
bers, and 152 annual members. 

Reports on education, temperance, and 
Sunday-schools were presented and adopted. 
A State Baptist Sunday-school Union was 
formed under its auspices. 

The next meeting of the Convention will 
be held at Fredei icksburg. May 9, 1870, Rev. 
J. M. Dawson to preach the introductory ser- 
mon. Rev. John P. Wills, alternate; Rev. H, 
Williams, Jr., the doctrinal sermon, Rev.Wm. 
Troy, alternate; Rev. Sampson White, the 
missionary sermon. Rev. J. U. Holmes, alter- 
nate; Rev. R. Wells, the sermon on temper^ 
ance, Rev. E. Q. Corprew, alternate. 

VIRGINIA BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL 
UNION. 

This body was formed and is to continue 
under the auspices of the Stato Convention. 
The constitution specifies ** The sole object 
of this Union shall be to promote the Baptis- 
tic interest of Baptist Sunday-schools^ and to 
give aid to such schools as are indigent,— 
said aid to be in books, papers, etc., neces- 
sary for the healthy, benenclal existence of a 
Sunday-school, and no Sunday-school not a 
member of this Union, shall be entitled to 
the full benefits of this Union.** 

The next meeting will be held at Freder- 
itksburg, on Saturday, May 14, 1870. 

Officers op the Convention. 

President 
Rev. Jamxs H. Holvxs, Richmond. 



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Vic^'Presidents. 

Bey. Ephraim Rtalls, Petersburg. 
Kev. JouJSPH G&KQOBT, Franklin. 



Corresponding Secretary, 
Bey. £. G. Gokpbsw, Portsmouth. 

Recording Secretary, 
Bey. Wm. Tkot, Richmond. 

Treaturer, 
Pstn Aeohib, Petersburg. 



Officers or Sunday- school Uvioir. 

President. 

Bey. H. Wiluams, Jr., Petersburg. 

Viec-Prcsidenta. 

Rev. BoBiRT Gbigsbt, Petersburg. 
Rev. Gbo. L. Dixon, Fredericksburg. 

Corresponding Secretary, 

Bey. J. M. Dawson, Williamsburg. 

Recording Secretary, 

Bey. GxoBOB Winfixld, Petersburg. 

Treasurer, 

Bey. BiOHABB Wuxs, Manchester. 



WEST VIRGINIA BAPTIST CONVENTION. 



The fifth annual session was held at Prun* 
tytown, October 1, 1869. An unusually large 
delegation was present. The introductory 
sermon was preached by Rev. John Woofter. 
Subject: "The Doctrines of the Gospel." 

Rev. J. B. Hardwicke read the report of the 
Executive Board. We present a brief sum- 
mary of it : " Three-fourths of a century ago 
there were very few Baptist churches west of 
the Alleghanies. It has been less than forty 
years since D. Witt and J. B. Jeter crossed 
the mountains, and planted the standard of 
the cross upon the w-stern slope. We have 
now 100 mmisters, 270 churches, and 9 
District Association^^, with 20,000 members in 
West Virginia." The report proposes the 
appointment of a missionary to cultivate the 
destitute points in each District Association, 
calls for "$6,000 for Jesus for the coming 
year," and pays a high but dorterved compli- 
ment to the faithful and self-denying mis- 
sionaries of the Board. Besides superin- 
tending the missions and performing office 
work, the Seoretary has raised over $3,000 
durmg the past year. 

Mr. C. Rhoads, the Secretary, proposed 
that there should be a committee of one 
from each Association on statistics. He 
urged that the clerks of the churches are, in 
many instances, guilty of gross neglect in 
failing to keep a record of what is done. 
Some of them write to him that they do not 
know how many members are connected 
with their churches. He wanted to secure 
full and accurate statistics for the minutes 
of the General Association. This resolution 
was adopted, and a committee appointed. 

Mr. D. T. C. Farrow, Bunday-schooi Mis- 



sionary of the American Baptist Publication 
Society, presented a report on the Sunday- 
schools of the State. As^the minutes have 
not yet been issued, we cannot present the 
statistics. 

Bev. J. B. Olcott explained the plans and 
objects of the American Baptist Publication 
Society. He referred to what a great work 
the Society had done in this State through its 
Sunday-school Missionary, Mr. Farrow, who, 
in three years, bad sold $7,700 worth of books, 
and made grants of $900 worth. 

The next meeting will be' held at Buffalo, 
Braxton County, on Friday, September 30, 
1870, Bev. J. B. Solomon to preach the intro- 
ductory sermon, Bev. J. Stump, alternate: 
Bev. W. P. Walker, the missionary sermon. 

Officers of the Conyentioh. 

Presideni, 

Bev. GioBoi DAVXDBOir, Pruntytown. 

Vice-Presidents, 

Bev.* J. W. Oabter, Parkersbnrg. 
Bev. W. P. Walkbb. 
Bev. JoHW WooPTBB, Troy. 
Bev. J. B. Solomon, Pruntytown. 

Secretary, 

Chablis Bhoads, Parkersburg. 

Treasurer, 

J. M. DAVZMOir. 



WISCONSIN BAPTIST CONVENTION. 

The twenty-fourth anniversary was held at [ sermon was preached by Bev. A. A. Drown, of 
Jnnesviile, September 23, 1869, the President, La Crosse, from Matt. v. 14. From the report 
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"Oar State now nmnbers about one mil- 
lion of souls, of whom more than one-half 
are foreign bom, or the children of those for- 
eign born. 

"*0f the whole population, probably not 
more than fifty thousand are members of 
evangelical churches. Of this number ten 
thousand, or about one-fifth are members of 
the one hundred and seventy-four Baptist 
churches. 

"Of these churches, one hundred and 
twenty-four are regularly Bupplied by pas- 
tors, leaving fif^ to be reached only by itin- 
erant missionaries and occasional supplies. 
About twenty of those now without pastors 
can afford a scanty support for a pastor, leav- 
ing thirty whose wants can only be met by 
missionary aid, while some twenty of those 
having pastors are now receiving aid from 
the Home Mission Society. Many of these 
destitute churches are verv small, but there 
is not one of them but really ought to live, 
and some of the smallest are m fields of 
great importance, and must not be left to die. 

"Some of them are wholly surrounded by 
foreigners, with no evangelical influences 
near them, except what is sned by these little 
churches, and they feel they must not be left 
to die, if only for the sake of these perishing 
thousands around them.** 

Eighteen missionaries have been laboring 
in the State, recommended by the Conven- 
tion to the Home Mission Society for their 
support. 

"These have together performed labor 
equal to the service of one man for thirteen 
years. The number of conversions in con- 
nection with their labors is over four hun- 
dred. The number added to the churches 
where they labored are many scores.'* 

"The^lowing is a summary of the labors 
of your general missionary for the year end- 
ing August 31, 1869 : Sermons and addresses, 
269 ; prayer-meetings attended, 233 ; advisory 
councils, 3 ; ordinations of ministers, 7; ded- 
ications, 3; religious visits, 682 ; official letters 
written, 502 ; aided in organizing churches, 3 ; 
collected for Home Missions, $1,705.67 ; trav- 
elled on duty about 8.000 miles.'* 

The receipts into the treasury were $2,- 
240.60; the expenditures, $1,789.37 ; leaving a 
balance of S442.13. 

The educational commission appointed in 
1868 reported that 17 young menjfrom the State 
were studying for the ministry; 1 at TTpper 
Alton, Illinois; 4 at Hamilton, New Tork ; 12 
at Chicago, 111. In answer to appeals to the 
churches to aid those of this number that 
were needy. 23 churches contributed the 
sum of $500.97. Of this sum the Commission 
appropriated $50 to Hamilton, $58.36 to Upper 
Alton, and $392.62 to Chicago. 

The Committee on Sunday-school Interests, 
appointed at the last session, made the fol- 
lowing report : " That so far as we are able to 
arrive at any conclusion from statistics fur- 
nished, not more than one-third of the chil- 
dren in the State are in Protestant Sunday- 
schools. That many of our churches are en- 
gaged in * Union Sunday-schools,* where our 
peculiar views cannot be taught, and where 
books are used that are not In accordance 



with our views of Scriptural truth. We there- 
fore recommend that so far as possible we 
everywhere organise Baptist Sunda^sehoolSt 
and only use Baptut literature ; and that we 
heartily commend the works of the Ameriean 
Baptist Publication Soeiety^ as adapted to the 
wants of our denomination, and that special 
efforts be put forth to reach the foreign popu- 
lation of our State through the Sunday- 
school." 

The next meeting will be held at Delaware, 
on Thursday, September 22, 1770, Rev. E. D. 
Underwood to preach the annual sermon, 
Rev. J. A. Rowley, alternate. 

WISCONSIN BAPTIST MINISTERIAL 
UNION. 

The Union met at Janesville, September 
22, 1809, Rev. E. D. Underwood m the chair. 
The sermon was preached by Rev. T. Bright, 
fi-om Hab. iii. 2. 

The exercises were as follows: 

1. Criticism of sermon. 

2. Esnay by Bev. O. O. Steams. "Who are 
authorized to administer the Ordinances of 
the Church ?** with discussion. 

3. Plan of sermon, by Rev. A. Robinson, on 
1 Tim. vL 12. 

4. Discussion, "Whv should not Baptist 
Churches invite to their Communion im- 
mersed members of Pedobaptist Churches ?'* 

6. Plan of sermon on Psalm cxiz. 37, by 
Rev. W. W. Ames. 

6. Discussion on "Pastoral Visitation.** 

7. Exegesis on John vi. 44, 45, by Rev. S. 
Todd. 

On motion of E. Niabet, D. D., a committee 
was appointed to draft a plan for a " State 
Organization for Baptist Schools.** 

Officers of the CoNYENTiotf. 

Pretidmt, 

Rev. M. 0. HoDGi, D. D., Janesville. 

Vice-Presidenti. 

Rev. J. DxtAmr, Whitewater. 

Rev. E. D. UHDEfiwooD, Wauwatosa. 

Corretponding Secretary. 

Rev.' J. W. Fish, Fox Lake. 

Beeording Secretary. 

Rey. J. O. M. Hxwin, Wanpon. 

TVflOfttrsr. 

Hon. W. E. Smith, Madison. 



Officers of Ministerial Ukiov. 

President 

Rev. N. K CHAPXir, Merton. 

Secretary, 

Rev. J. O. M. Hiwxn,Wanpan. 



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ARKANSAS. 



A880CUnOK8. 



Arkansas Biyer Union..*... 

Baptist .-.. — 

Bartholomew 

B«atonyilIa 

Bethel 

Gaddo Riyer 

Gadron* 

Gane Creek 

Caroline 

Columbia 

Dardanelles 

Fayetteyille 

First Missionary Baptist.. 

Independence 

Jadson* 

Liberty* 

Little Red River 

Mt. Vernon* 

Mount Zion 

Ouachita* 

Pine Bluff. 

Red Riyer 

Rocky Bayou 

Sabine 

Spring Riyer 

nion 

White Riyer 



Ass*ns not reported, est... 



Statistics of 1868.. 



29 



Additions by il Diminutions by 



91 
195 
42 

*j{ 
66 



78 

89 

166 

119 

65 

34 

56 

143 

173 

115 

101 

73 



904 



904 
1,169 



87 
159 
36 

"ii 

88 



101 



73 



1,146 



1,146 
476 



a 

o 

1,666 

838 

1,764 

814 

430 



1,812 
600 



6,671 
1,023 

664 
1,285 

666 



643 
726 



1.255 
1,191 



420 



28,911 
686| 1481 II 15160 



\\ 4211 IO9I 5861 1481 1 



CALIFORNIA. 



1 

2 
8 


Pacific 

San Francisco ~. 


13 

36 

5 

54 

42 


23 
32 

55 
32 


11 
99 

110 
294 


35 
170 

205 
203 


16 
51 

67 
121 


""i 

8 
9 


7 
28 

85 
19 


55 
240 

295 
191 


22 
53 

75 
40 


"14 

14 

27 


725 

2,052 

100 




Statistics of 1868. 


2,877 
2.326 







COLORADO. 



1 I Rocky Mountain* | 7| 6| 19i 17| 16| | t\ 30| |., 



1441 



CONNECTICUT. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
« 

7 


Ashford 


1« 
14 
15 
9 

17 
23 
17 

111 

112 


13 
17 
10 
6 
25 
24 
17 

112 

98 


6 
64 
63 

2 
112 
84 
33 

354 

888 


29 
73 
86 
3 
88 
100 
85 

364 

428 


8 
8 

30 

69 


'"2 

7 

""5 
9 
2 

25 

33 


22 
24 
33 
5 
59 
44 
50 

245 

212 


44 
65 
79 
11 
65 
9^ 
44 

393 

312 


15 
18 
8 
1 
24 
18 
20 

104 

95 


14 
26 
9 

'37 

185 
96 


2,006 
1,977 
8,192 
287 
3 892 
3.996 
8.4ft9 

18 809 

18.934 


Fairfield County 


Hartford 

Litchfield 


NewHayen 

New London 


Stoninirton Union 


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FLORIDA. 





ASSOOZATIONS. 


i 

i 
1 


£ 

1 

i 

1 

'a 

1 


Additions by 


Diminations by 


H 


§ 

! 


"ioi 
"Hi 

90 

264 

264 
58 


1 

1 


d 



! 

...V. 

'"22 

9 

31 

31 
8 


4d 

Is 

"24 
"Jo 

26 

80 

80 
6 


1 

"n 
54 

133 

133 
~73 


a 


'S 

s 

" 19 

""so 

72 

121 

121 
34 






Alaohua 

Bethlehem ^ 

Concord 

Florida. ^. 

Santa Po© ••• 


*"l9 

'"30 
33 

82 

137 
106 


"14 
*"i*7 

17 

48 
33 

81 

63 


433 

187 
147 

767 

767 
276 


;::;;: 


3,163 

**1,'68*2 
1,334 

*6,*i69 
2,353 


West Florida 

Aat'ns not reported, eat.^.... 

StatiatieB of 1868 




8,522 





6,131 





GEORGIA. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20' 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

36 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 


Abbacoochee 

Alapaha 

Appalachee...*.. 


19 

41 

1 

*23 

'31 
29 

Hi 

39 
98 

' "S 

46 
36 
41 

"*30 
30 

"29 

"'17 
16 

"21 
19 
26 

72 

""'9 

"2'i 
13 
22 


10 
27 
15 

"22 

"*23 
21 

12 
22 
65 

'"s 

40 
18 
35 

"20 
18 

'19 

""i 
12 

"13 

15 
17 

'""j 

"si 

7 

7 


125 
211 
117 

*"*48 

*172 
133 

"190 

374 

2,512 

128 
310 
302 
328 

133 
378 

'246 
71 

"iio 

134 

206 
1,528 

"21 

"m 

82 


'227 

"lii 

"219 
161 

'"53 


...Z 




Bethel 




Bowen 




Canouchee (Loveer) 

Canouchee (Upper) 

Central 


... 


Chattahoochee 

Chestatee 

Clarkesville* 


... 


Columbus 




Connasauga. 

Coosa. 

Ebenezer 

Ebenezer (colored) 


:: 


Ebenezer (primitive) 

Eliiay 

Pairburn 


.. 


Flint Riv<»r 

Friendship 




Georgia* •..♦• 




Harmony 

Hephzibah..... 




Hisrh tower • 




Hiwassee .^ 

Houston 

Ichaconna 

TAwrenceville....*. 




Liberty 




Little River 

Lookout (primitive) 

Mercer 

Middle 

Middle Cherokee 


.., 


Middle Georgia (colored) 

Mountain 

Mt. Vernon 




Muokalee 

New Hope 


... 


New Sunbury 




Noonday* 




North Georgia 


... 



172 



277 



1,617 
3,609 
V" 



1,721 
2,425 



2,645 
3,647 
12,786 



878 
4,000 
2,292 
6,1 



3,334 
2,651 



2,469 



453 
1,287 



1,008 
1,641 
2,161 
2,133 



664 



6«6j 

979 

1,343 



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44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
67 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 


Assocunoirs. 


s 




OQ 

iS 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


1 


1 


"ii 

"bo 

"is 

652 

652 
644 


i 

a 
.2 

25 


d 


1 

""i 
'""2 

86 

86 
108 


"25 

"ii 

221 

"mi 

170 


"ii 

145 

"34 

1251 

1251 
906 


d 



1 




Ocklocknee 

Ocmulgee (Great) 

Ocmulgee (Less) 

Oconee 


'13 

"is 

18 
26 

"41 

"26 

"**25 
34 

*23 

"24 
44 

20 
24 

1128 
850 

1478 

1193 


"li 

8 
22 

"21 

**18 
17 

"12 

"ii 

21 
5 
10 

681 
175 

856 

658 


"ii 

***S 
34 

151 

'36* 


108 

96 
62 

"82 

"i'si 

289 
31 
65 

9,008 

9,008 
4.554 


"16 
"44 

"27 
300 


"."." 


"48*4 

, "660 

422 

1,769 

6fiSi 

1,184 

1V982 
1,264 

"687 

1,060 

3,890 

627 

808 

86,666 
17,600 


Oostanaula 

Piedmont „.. 


Pulaski (Drimitiye) 


Rehoboth 

Rock Mountain 

Sarepta.^ . 

Sequatehee Valley 

Smyrna 

Southern 

Springfield 

State Line -. 

Stone Mountain 


Suwannee 

Sunbury*. ••••••• *..•..•. 


Tallapoosa 

Toccoah 

Tonaliza 

Tugalo 

Uharlee 

Union* 


United Baptist 

Upatoie 

Washington 


Western 


Western (primitiTe) 


Yellow River 


Zion (colored) 

36 As8o*ns not reported, est^. 

Statistics of 1868.... 


300 
296 


.^^ 


104,066 


92,287 



ILLINOIS. 



Apple Greek 

Big Saline 

Bloomfield 

Garrolton 

Central Illinois... 

Chicago 

Clear Greek 

Cooperstown 

Dixon 

Edwardtyille 

Fairfield 

Fox River 

Franklin 

Ghilesburg 

Illinois River 

Kankakee River. 
Louisville 





27 




15 




17 




11 




11 




13 




18 




9 




10 




10 




19 




46 




85 




12 




16 




9 




16 



14 



16 



62 
194 

'"76 



96 
104 
76 



35 



16 



101 
81 
47 



1,818 
1,031 
1,686 
1,370 

966 
2,624 
2,380 

662 
1,465 
1,117 
2,296 
4,466 
3,021 
1,184 
1«918 

662 
1,464 



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TTJilNOIS (C( 


^DtiDued). 














A880CUTI058. 


i 

2 

1 

27 
23 
10 
11 
16 
22 
24 
25 
9 
6 
22 
14 
17 
13 
26 
16 
16 
20 
11 
23 
22 
16 
18 
20 
21 
126 

989 

966 


01 

1 

i 

1 

13 

9 

8 

15 

10 

19 

17 

20 

8 

1 

20 

16 

11 

15 

14 

12 

6 

12 

10 

18 

9 

6 

16 

10 

18 

63 

666 

73? 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


3 




S 

.2 

u 

& 

110 

'37 

..'.!! 

1*13 
99 

118 
09 

176 
124 
143 
123 
157 
119 
62 
66 
96 
61 
86 

lis 

195 

4,354 

6,786 


89 

"68 
85 

"*66 
46 
83 

* "41 

'"46 

1,067 
714 


g 
t 

24 

"is 

"34 
25 

"10 

*"l8 

184 
161 


1 

(4 

""2 

6 

"'"5 

"i's 

86 
71 


16 

"3 

10 

"^ 
16 
14 

"16 

"i's 

237 
171 


"37 

67 

"78 
53 
133 

"83 

"21 

1248 
925 


1 

3 


1 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2.5 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 


Mackinaw 


22 

"20 
28 

"'62 
33 

60 

"30 
"'56 


"n 


1,733 

1,382 

673 

1,026 

354 

1,341 

1,161 

2,060 

401 

324 

2,043 

681 

1,198 

1,693 

1,365 

948 

738 

867 

902 

1,919 

628 

502 

968 

1,649 

1,024 

3,068 


Macoupin* 


Mattoon 


McLean 


Mt. Olive 


Nine Mile 


OIney 


Ottawa 


Palestine 


Pleasant Hill* 


Quincy 


Kehoboch 


Rock Island 


Rock River 


Palem 


Salem (South). 


Sandy Creek 


Shelby 


South District 


dnrinietield 


Union 


Vandalia* 


Westfield 


Wood River 


Churches of Foreigners* 

Anti-Miss. Churches*..... 


Statistics of 1868 


684 


14 


69,686 


396 


21 


68.536 











INDIANA. 



Bedford 

Bethel 

Brownstown 

Coffee Creek 

Curry's Prairie 

Elkhart River* 

Evansville 

Flat Rock -y 

Freedom .W. 

Fort Wavne 

Friendship 

Harmony 

Huntington* 

Indiana 

Indianapolis 

Judson 

Laughery 

Long Run 

Madison 

Monticello 

Mount Zion 

Northern Indiana. 

North Eastern Indiana- 
Perry County 

Salmonie River 

Sand Creek 



14 



"*60 

"*38 

"*65 
30 

"""8 
61 

"'i'e 

35 
"66 


"1*3 



"24 

"17 
15 

"24 

28 

'"'2 
12 

"*22 


., 



46 



17 



2,049 
1,161 
1,039 
1,056 
1,904 
486 
913 

i 

834 
1,287 

507 

527 
1,366 
2,129 
1,444 
1,050 

929 
1,676 

293 
1,066 

i,r- 

668 

605 

487 

1.193 



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CO 
0) 

■s 

S 
g 


2 
S 
.2 
'S 

i 

a 

1 

o 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


* 
H 


SSOCUATIONS. 


p. 


i 

"si 

400 
90 


i 

a 
o 

s. 

'"l4 
171 
54 


i 

i 

*""3 
22 
18 


1 
'""i 

150 
22 


5 

**26 
621 
113 


i 

01 

H 

M 

"is 

271 


2 

s 


oe 


12 

18 
22 
18 

7 

608 
506 


5 
10 
Vi 
11 

6 

311 
348 


208 
71 
51 

114 
72 

2,423 

a,746 


1.228 
1,219 
1,666 
1,153 

407 




ck 


ater Valley 




34,499 


of 1868 


4G 




32,664 





^OWA. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


Burlington 


19 
36 
13 
17 
15 
18 
23 
27 
20 
10 
24 
22 
18 
20 
16 

lo 
9 

335 

303 


11 
25 
12 
in 
10 
16 
19 
14 
17 

7 
18 
21 
11 
13 
11 

9 
12 

G 

242 
234 


121 

121 

232 

114 

44 

77 

132 

71 

77 

112 

149 

130 

62 

89 

27 

09 

'?t 

1,806 
1,658 




"9*8 



131 

417 


14 
19 

83 
95 


"•••4 

13 



17 


■'■*9 
28 

37 
40 


'130 
128 

258 
295 


""19 
'"*76 


:::::: 


1,408 

1,851 

1,487 

1,606 

710 

857 

1,273 

1,381 

1,043 

610 

1,678 

1,353 

1,0(>7 

958 

592 

517 

455 

665 


Cedar Vftllev 


Central Iowa 


Dnvenoort 


Dubuque 


Ea^t Grand River 


Eden 


English River 


Fox River 

Iowa Valley 


Keokuk 


Linn 


Oskaloosa 


South Western Iowa 


Turkey River 


Upper DesMoines 

Western Iowa— -»-„« 

Washington 


Statistics of 1868 


96 




19,461 


136 


11 


17,396 



KANSAS. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 


East Kansas 


16 
11 
15 

■***5 

"16 

57 
12 

69 


12' 

7I 
17 

3C. 
12 

48 

31 


69 
24 
58 

"3*6 

187 

187 
718 


33 
116 
31 

"'16 

196 

196 
8 


28 

7 

46 

'**28 

108 

108 
24 


1 


3 
6 
6 

13 

13 
1 


27 
63 

28 

**i*6 

134 

134 
68 


21 

7 
25 

'""2 


5 



760 
758 
681 

'Vis 


Kansas River 


Mound City 


Neosho Valley :.. 

State Line 


South East Kansas 

Unassociated* 


2 As80*ns not reported, est.... 
StatisiiGS of 1868 


65 


6 


2,245 
600 


65 
13 


6 
1 


2,846 
2,636 





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LOUISIANA, 





ABfOOIAflOVS. 


1 


"3 

s 

1 

o 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


1 




1 


"40 
144 

"37 

"iiii 

"102 

"n 
47 

"is 

780 

780 
223 


i 

a 

' M 

w 

!."!!! 
33 

""'i 
"19 

62 

52 
20 


i 

& 

""i 

8 

"To 

•"j 

"2*2 

"10 
"12 

6 

14 
93 

93 
53 


1 

a 

63 

"21 

"41 
"16 

"57 
"'18 

12 

"26 
265 

265 
98 


1 

66 
253 

"35 
"107 

"ii 

"167 

"*88 
64 

"io3 

914 

914 
367 


1 
1 


i 


1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 

'f 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
2fi 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 


Baptist J 


13 
27 
18 
58 
8 
23 

"ii 

21 
23 
11 
16 
33 
23 
22 
19 

"26 
31 
13 
19 
20 
26 
16 
36 
49 
23 
10 
12 
7 
13 
12 
16 
30 
32 
16 
16 
21 

"•"j 

23 
21 
10 
16 
12 
50 

910 
48 

968 

1000 


34 

"io 

*"l6 

"22 
"lb 

3 

"32 

164 
469 

613 

500 


"■49 

267 

"ui 

"2S 
200 

.M... 

198 

"lii 

109 

"is 

1,466 

1,466 
692 


"17 
131 

""H 

"'52 

"69 


"94 



"38 
6 

"54 


:::::: 


1,076 
2,660 
1,931 
6,114 
846 
1,849 

iV787 
1,387 
3,927 
676 
1,614 
3,679 
2,726 
3,228 
2,783 

"2,48"7 

2,372 

614 

848 

1,211 

2,169 

595 

2,946 

4,663 

3,624 

524 

994 

532 

1,939 

886 

1,243 

2,392 

3,303 

1,243 

1,014 

1,812 

820 

2,260 
1,468 
1,500 
1,100 
685 
3,407 


Barren Riyer 


Bav*s Fork 


Bethel 


Boon's Greek .*... 


Bracken , 


Burning Spring. 

Ganmbell Goantv 


Glear Pork. 


Concord,. ....••.....•..* 


Grittenden 


Gumberland River 


DavifiB Countv 


Flkhorn 


First Colored Baptist 


Franklin 


Freedom 

Gaspar River 


Gosnen , 




Irving 


LaureT River 


Liberty 


Licking (0. 8.). 

Little Bethel 


Little River 




LiVfin GamD 


Middle District 


Mount Olivet 


Nelson Gounty 


North Bend 


North Concord 


Rn^sell's Greek 


f^alem 


South Concord 


South Gumberland River 

South District 


South Fork of Kentucky 

South Kentuckv. 


Sulnhur Fork 


Tate's Greek 


Ten Mile 

Union 


Union (0. 8."i 


West Union 


Aaao'ns not reported, est 

Statistics of 1868. est. 


542 




83,812 
4366 


642 





88,177 


168 




100,000 

















1 
2 
3 

4 


Bayou Macon 

Central 

Concord 

Kastrern Loui»ianft*.»r,T „.,, 


"14 


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LOUISIANA (Continued). 



81 



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A88OCIATI0N8. 


1 
1 


1 

S 
d 

i 

a 
*5 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


& 

11,362 
1,573 
398 
8,224 
6,738 
1,057 

*"r,365 

"*2,097 


.2 

1,936 

"64 
103 

'*6*2 

139 

2,167 

2,167 
2,167 


***24 
69 

"49 

'"89 

231 

231 
379 


J 


1 

1 

""3 
6 

"15 

""5 

29 

29 
44 


15 
"17 

64 

64 
118 


1 

"'li 

96 
"47 

"ii8 

272 

272 
76 


1 

'""i 

40 

"I 

24 



103 

103 
106 


2 


I 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


Frc© Mission 


89 
16 
8 
11 
13 
28 

*"*29 

"*44 

251 
75 

326 

256 


78 
13 
4 
4 
8 
10 

**i7 

24 

167 
42 

209 

186 


Grand Cane* 


Louisiana ., 


Loaisiana Northern 


Louisiana Southern*...... 


Mississippi Biyer 


Ouachita -. 

Red River.. «. 


Sabine 

Union* 


Asso'ns not reported, est 

Statistics of 1868 





24,945 
6,351 




31,296 




16,768 





MAINE. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 


Bowdoinham 


23 
19 
15 
25 
16 
20 
20 
33 
16 
17 
17 
30 
12 

263 

260 


20 

18 

13 

11 

8 

14 

13 

19 

8 

9 

9 

13 

9 

166 

182 


47 

30 

27 

1 

20 
38 
26 
69 
16 
66 
22 
67 
54 

473 

441 


32 
43 
11 

'"ii 

14 
15 
25 
14 
17 
17 
18 
17 

236 

235 


9 

""'i 

""'j 

24 
28 


4 
"2 

" '3 

**io 

3 
8 
3 
3 
2 

38 

48 


27 
45 
22 
25 

18 
^5 
39 
24 
25 
20 
10 
20 
18 

328 

304 


26 
49 
2« 
11 
18 
26 
30 
44 
26 
26 
27 
13 
12 

323 

310 


6 
2 
9 

6 
6 
5 
6 

29 
7 

17 

107 
94 


1 

""b 

""i 
""5 

20 
40 


1,692 
2,399 
1,612 
1,676 

999 
2,307 
1,263 
1.848 

689 
1,253 

810 
2,094 

946 


Cumberland 


Daraariscotta 


Hancock... 


Kennebec 


Lincoln 

Oxford 


Penobscot 


Piscataquis 


Sacoi River.............. 


Waldo 

Wftshinffton 


York 


Statistics of 1868 


19,388 


19,863 







MAHYLAND. 
















1 


Maryland Union 


40 
39 


1 

36 


332 

278 


167 
174 


4 
27 


9 
16 


43 
42 


166 
166 


123 
241 





6.324 


Statistics of 1868 


6,134 

























MASSACHUSETTS. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 


Barnstable 


17 
18 
32 
39 
10 
20 
12 
15 


19 

1^ 

68 

24 
10 
16 


69 
106 
477 
190 

17 
226 

64 

39 


9 

38 

262 

162 

16 

115 

23 

17 


7 

6 

26 

10 

2 

20 

2 

4 


e 
'■"e 

7 

"1 

1 


26 
19 
96 
61 
7 
60 
14 
21 


13 

40 
263 
208 

44 
184 

34 

26 


2 
5 
33 
18 
3 
11 
3 
4 


13 

"••4 

54 

2 

249 

8 

4 


1,331 
2,166 
8,669 
6,014 

813 
4,076 

932 
1,463 


Berkshire 


Boston North 


Boston South 


Franklin 


Merrimack River ~... 

Miller's River 


Old Colony 





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Associations. 


1 

i 


1 

i 

B 
o 


Additions by | 


Diminutions by 


i 


a 

'S 
1 


1 

82 
17 
37 
74 
76 
82 

1,010 


5 

t 

& 

12 
1 

4 
12 

8 
18 

141 


1 

5 

""i 

28 


62 
12 
47 
36 
37 
62 

527 


55 
20 
33 
99 
106 
65 

U79 

1,170 


§ 

1 

22 
13 
15 
9 
8 
14 


2 
11 

8 
•27 

5 
34 

16 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


Salem 


21 
9 

16 
19 
15 
23 

266 

264 


22 

10 
18 
18 
16 
24 

310 

303 


174 
6 

67 
117 

80 
129 

1,750 

1,611 


3,645 
728 
2,442 
2,066 
2,609 
2,998 


Sturbridge 


Taunton 


Wachusett 


Westfield 


Worcester 


Statistics of 1868 


160 
167 


434 

178 


39,831 


1,137 


105 


34 


524 


39,467 



MICHIGAN. 



MINNESOTA. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 


Central 

Crow River... 


22 
8 
23 
14 
19 
22 
14 

122 

114 


10 

8 

10 

7 
9 

7 

51 
61 


34 
16 
52 
30 
9 
90 
31 

252 

368 


64 

8 

58 

24 

* 42 

196 

77 


14 

7 
2 
8 

" 5 
36 
34 


*"*2 

2 


5 

'""i 

2 

""*6 
21 

8 


34 

2 

44 

22 

""28 
130 
100 


6 

2 

19 

22 

"13 


•••••" 


741 
143 
1,002 
603 
453 
792 
499 


Minnesota 


Minnesota Valley 


Northern 


Southern 


Zambro... 


Staiisticfl of 1868 


62 




3,233 


9 




3,040 









MISSISSIPPI. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 


Aberdeen 






138 
154 

141 
193 

92 
301 

86 


103 
69 

"*78 
131 

61 
138 

61 





'"ie 
"16 


"**26 

"36 
22 


12 

127 

'102 
107 
208 
236 
71 


"'16 

"a 

9 




1,601 
1,219 

1,645 

1,887 
1,598 
2,884 
1,223 


Big Bear Creek 

BiFoxa 

Central 


'*23 
28 


'"is 

14 


Chickasaw 


Choctaw 


Cold Water 


42 
18 


26 
11 


Columbus 



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MISSISSIPPI (Continaed). 



83 





AssocuTioirs. 


1 
1 


o 


Additions by 


D iminutions by 


1 


1 


27 

36 

133 

142 
78 

120 
86 

120 

1,362 


1 


1 

"* 4 
3 

**U 

6 
27 


•"4 
3 

"*28 

10 
36 

173 


36 
27 
201 

239 
86 

144 
73 

103 

1,887 


1 



1 

"24 
6 

"46 
"31 

2M 


1 


9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
U 
16 

1? 

18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 


EbeDezer 

Harmony 

Hobolocnitto 


"ii 

37 


'""i 

22 


633 
196 

"3O8 
333 
244 
80 
336 

3,293 


691 
3,470 
2,219 

2,3S 
1,742 
2,118 
1,999 
2,050 


Jackson 


JudsoD 


Liberty 

Louisville 

Mississippi 

Mount Plsgah 

Panola , 

Pearl River 

Strong River 


"ali) 


"ii 


Tippah 


Tisoomingo 


34 
23 
29 

282 
698 


23 

•••^ 

161 


Union 

Talobusba 


Tazoo dt 

Zion 

Statistics of 1860. 


28,687 


41,610 



MISSOUKL 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

26 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 


Antioch* 


19 
19 
36 
26 
30 
38 
11 

'"is 

***26 
31 
16 
21 
17 
16 

"*26 
23 

"17 

40 

.....^ 

*"l4 
28 
47 

4 
34 
12 

8 


7 

12 
20 
10 
16 
36 

6 

'""i 

'"21 

'""I 

13 

10 
■ 18 

""5 

"n 

15 

""9 

15 

.....^ 

"To 
10 

"4 
20 
4 

2 


"19 

148 

"338 
1,101 

"236 

"124 
212 


"*29 
99 

"77 
520 

"136 

"5*2 
"132 

'"'i 


7 

"iS 



""'i 


"To 
"92 

14 

"23 

""'i 
"16 


'""i 

19 

"3'i 

72 

"is 

"16 
"20 


""54 

124 

114 
407 

172 

"39 

186 
"2 


* *6 
28 

"92 
69 

"76 

"so 

"*89 
••**4 


:;;;" 


1,000 

838 

2,298 

1,382 

1,726 

6,879 

491 

621 

624 

3,128 

"630 
1,238 
616 
762 
760 
946 

2,305 
1,624 

"924 
2,928 

"25*2 

"377 

1,805 

8,323 

149 

4,092 

506 

230 


Bear Greek 


Bethel, Christian County 

Bethel Marion Gonntv 


Black River 

Blue River 


Bourbois*..... 


Cane Creek 

Cape Girardeau*. 


Central Missouri 


Concord, No. 1 


Concord, No. 2. 

Fishing River. 


Franklin* 


Freedom* 

Gasconade River*.... 


Gentry* 


Jefferson County*.! 


Liberty 

Little Bon Femme* 


Macon 


Middle Fork 

Missouri Valley* 


Mt. Pleasant* 

Nevada City 

New Prospect* 

North Cape Girardeau 

North Central* 


North Grand River 


North Liberty 


North Missouri 

North Missouri, colored* 

North East Missouri* 


North West Missouri 



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MISSOURI (Continued). 





AS800UTI05S. 


1 
1 


1 

.2 

s 
1 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


1 


} 


"74 

"26 
"*84 

"ai 
"ii's 

"36 

42 
1,460 


i 

"'"I 
"io 

"Ti 

23 
211 


i 
1 

OB 

& 

'""3 
'""2 

i 
'""5 







166 


"*"8 

"19 
"12 

12 

'""3 
9 

264 


1 


1 


2 
S 


36 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
60 
61 
52 
63 
64 
56 
56 
67 


North Union 

Old Path : 


"ii 

9 
12 

"To 

16 
29 
14 
10 
31 
26 
16 
31 

""i 

11 
9 
6 
18 
22 
19 

930 

749 


"**8 
6 
10 

"**8 

6 

21 

13 

8 

"'22 
8 
19 

**"6 

6 

6 

6 

10 

10 

14 

478 

432 


132 

""26 
"2OU 
"85 

118 

21 

68 

2,826 


"'so 

"'96 
"98 
"65 

"ieo 

"*23 
63 


"38 

""s 

"Ti 
"38 

"'2 

18 


•••••• 


1,035 
450 
465 

380 
1,190 
2,396 
846 
769 
1,773 
1,261 
1,750 
1,610 

"690 
287 
324 
312 
1,337 
1,694 
732 


Oaaee River* 


Platte River* 


Pleasant Hill ; 

Richlands 

Rock Prairie 

Saline* ♦ 


Salt River 


Sedalia* 


Rnrintrfield 


Spring River* 


St Franoois 


St. Louis • 


Tebo 


Third Fork 

Union, Polk County. 


Union, Gasconade County..... 
Webster 


Western Missouri 


West Fork 


Wvaconda '.... 


Zlon* 


Statistics for 1860 


1,667 


474 




62,562 








44,877 





NEBEASKA. 



1 

2 


Nebraska* 


16 

7 

22 
19 


5 
*4 

9 

9 


""'j 

7 
133 


"To 

70 
119 


**"*6 

6 

43 


7 


'"To 

10 
6 


"'65 
65 

60 


"13 
13 
39 




363 
393 


Omaha.... ~- 


Statistics of 1868 


766 


697 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



1 

2 
3 

4 
6 
6 
7 


Dublin 


11 
12 
14 
13 
15 
15 
5 

85 

86 


13 
10 
18 
17 
12 
15 
4 

89 

90 


27 

41 

63 

156 

82 
30 

1 

400 
207 


22 
21 
67 
44 
25 
40 
14 

233 

206 





•••"• 


16 
19 
34 
30 
19 
27 
7 

"151 

102 


9 

18 
64 
41 
40 
18 

8 

188 
207 


1 
2 
6 
8 
2 
6 

26 

47 


62 
37 

89 


811 
894 
1,768 
1,466 
1,631 
1,311 
H9 


Meredith 


Milford 


Newport 


Portsmouth 

Salisbury 

White Mountain 


Statistics of 1868 


8,029 


7,753 







NEW 


JERSEY. 














1 
2 
3 


Central New Jersev 


18 

53 

6 


18 
52 
4 


131 
437 


110 
412 


"*36 


J. 


29 
90 


74 
397 


29 
157 




2,384 

8,783 
687 


East New Jersey 

Sussex 



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ASBOCIAnONS. 


i 
■t 
1 


.2 
a 

i 
o 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


H 


S 

OQ 

1 


i 
s 

*268 

790 
459 


o 

1 

"Hi 

59 
8 


1 

"'32 

48 
10 


107 

226 
130 


"iii 

782 
514 


1 

s 

'253 

439 
162 


9 

i 


4 
5 


Trenton 


20 
47 
2 

149 

140 


23 
59 

1 

157 
156 


92 
735 

2 

1,397 
1,335 





3,542 

8,688 

97 


West New Jersey 


Unassociated 


Statistics of 1868 «... 




24,081 




23,699 



NEW YORK. 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 





Associations. 


i 


1 

00 

£ 
•a 
a 
'5 

o 


Additions by | 


Diminutions by 




a 

i 


c 

30 
130 

""i-i 
"24 

237 

237 

497 


i 

a 

1 



11 


n 



'i 
1 

'"'76 
""2 

■■"*6 

83 

83 
169 


1 

,5 
■ $0 

a 

" 17 

39 

59 
594 


i 

40 
380 

"23 

121 

564 

564 
1,121 


1 

a 
•0 


1 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


Benlah 

Brier Creek* 


27 


' n 

2 


20 
126 

*"2n 

"*2{ 

197 

197 
703 


:::::: 


1,825 
2,359 

1,264 
5,356 
1.869 
2,648 
2,365 
9,705 

4,605 
2,784 

2,'882 

"*227 
2,566 
1,173 
3,014 
183 

"463 
1,740 

3.4oi 

1,397 

978 

361 

2,794 
3,017 

"845 
1,954 

843 
1,812 




21 
59 
20 
23 
14 
56 


Brown Creek* 


Cape Fear* 


Catawba 




Central* 


Chowan „ 


Ea'^tern* 


58 
22 




Flat River* 


French Broad... 






Friend^hin 












Halifax 












Jefferson* 








25 
16 




Ijiberty 


\h 


Lewis' Pork* 




•• 


Moriah (in part) 






Newfound 






Pamlico* 

Pee'Dee* 


16 
23 




Pleasant Grove 


Raleigh* 


27 




Roan Mountain* 

Roaring River* 


Rocky River * 






Salem 






Sandy Creek* 


33 
25 




Tar River 


n 


Three Fork 






Transylvania* 






Tuckasieore 


35 
14 




United 


'^ 


Yadkin* 




,.. 


Wake 






Watauga* 


14 

528 

528 
393 




Associations not reported,est 
Statistics of 1868 


J J5 

- J5 
1921'.^ 515 


64,169 
12.000 


76,169 


77.904 































OHIO 


















1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

1«) 
11 
12 


Ashtabula 


i4 
18 
15 
17 
19 
13 
17 
15 
16 
11 
30 
15 


7 
9 
5 

18 
10 
8 
9 
7 
7 
9 
17 
11 


24 

164 

45 

119 

90 

78 

39 

121 

60 

97 

95 

87 


21 
26 
IG 
97 
57 
71 
34 
38 
2' 
52 
33 
62 


10 

"21 
6 

"To 

"10 

'"ie 

25 


1 
2 
8 

.....^ 


14 
12 

6 
25 
17 
17 
13 
12 
15 
13 
18 

7 


33 
45 
24 

102 
59 
60 
29 
78 
60 
72 

116 
36 


12 
36 
8 
39 
26 
25 
63 
20 
11 
11 
60 
15 


9 

"io 
""2 


1,043 

857 

580 

1,997 

1,023 

1,207 

897 

1,011 

1,066 

902 

1,778 

816 


Auglaize 

Central 


Cleveland 

Clinton 

Columbus 


Coshocton 


East Fork 


Huron 


Lorain 

Mad River 


Maumee 





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OHIO (Continued). 





Associations. 


• 

t 

g 


-2 

00 

*2 

a 
'3 

5 


Add tions by 


Diminutions by 


1 


1 

152 

258 
200 
57 
52 
219 

"68 

6 

219 

17 

16 

13 

37 

7 

425 

42 

6 

60 

67 

2,770 

2,290 


1 

79 
207 
95 
37 
30 
64 

"25 
11 
12 
16 
18 
16 
17 
14 
75 
40 
20 
15 
7 

1,329 

610 


s 

a 
« 

1 

H 

"ii 

""*8 

""5 

"■'5 
35 

168 
139 


d 


I 

10 

9 

19 
2 
2 

22 

i 

1 

28 
4 
2 

"17 

""51 
3 

••■4 

6 

207 
61 


20 
28 
22 
9 

23 
17 

"*26 

10 

8 

2 

9 

6 

68 

12 

6 

12 

11 

464 

153 


1 

166 
207 
97 
55 
93 
134 

16 
16 
24 
. 30 
20 
22 
46 
33 
155 
40 
23 
29 
33 

1,962 

940 


1 

CD 

S 


I 


13 
14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
US 
29 
30 
31 
32 


Meig's Creek 

Miami 


31 
20 
22 
13 
18 
23 

"12 

2 
19 

8 
15 

9 
14 

7 
60 
17 
10 

9 
13 

524 

512 


14 
16 
18 
6 
13 
10 

1 
10 
4 
8 
4 
7 
4 
27 
9 
6 
8 
8 

283 

364 


51 

42 
24 
29 
49 
59 

"13 

3 

40 

9 

8 

21 

17 

8 

113 

22 

9 

22 

12 


■"'3 


2,104 
2,5:i8 
2,490 
929 
1,563 
1,666 

"eu 

331 

1,374 

432 

747 
503 
706 
462 
5,024 
1,054 
779 
877 
882 


Miami Union 


Mohecan 


Mount Vernon 


Ohio 


Ohio (Welsh). 

Portaee -.••—» 


Portsmouth 


Providence 


Salem 

Scioto 


Seneca 


Strait Creek. 


Trumbullv 

Union.——.- 


Will's Creek 

Woost^r 


Zanesville 


Zoar. 


Statistics of 1868. 


867 
359 


24 
66 


38,241 
37,522 





OREGON. 



1 

2 
3 
4 


Central 


21 
6 
6 

10 

43 

40 


17 
5 

'""j 

29 
35 


132 
41 

"To 

183 

186 




6 

"1 

7 
81 








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"19 

27 
82 


""9 
""9 




1,016 
222 
111 
322 


Corvallis »..— 


Umpqua* 

Willamette.- 


7 
52 


1 


""■3 
3 

5 


Statistics of 1868 


18 




1,670 


18 





1,680 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Abington 

Beaver 

Bradford •.. 

Bridgewater <*.. 

Central Union.. 

Centre 

Clarion 

Clearfield 

French Creek 

MonongahelA 

North Philadelphia- 
Northumberland 

Oil Creek 

Philadelphia 

Pittsburg 

Ten Mile 

Tioga 

Wyoming 

UnasBociated 



Statistics of 1868.. 



16 
14 
14 
24 
22 
31 
7 
19 
23 
24 
36 
16 
72 
28 
19 
17 
19 
43 

481 

448 



335 



90 
104 

28 

4 

204 

86 
108 

15 
110 
176 
294 
291 

73 
1720 
262 
143 

50 



3,819 
3.726 



62 

32 

28 

16 

70 

66 

21 

3 

45 

55 

128 

198 

89 

676 

157 

16 

23 

21 



1,676 
1,361 



1,179 
425 



266 



261 



60 

88. 

142 

196 

95 

679 

204 

33 

42 

37 



1,889 
2,140 



873 



778 



930 



625 



2,661 
1,681 

794 
1,065 
3.089 
1,348 
2,270 

423 
1,440 
2,074 
4,459 
2,819 
1,126 
19,655 
3,116 
1,911 

991 
1,365 



61,986 



50,497 



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RHODE ISLAND. 





AssoGiAnoirs. 


s 
1 


£ 

a 

i 
S 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


& 


1 

ii*3 

113 

69 


i 

2 

***76 
76 
83 


1 
s 

'**13 
13 
6 


1 
1 

'""i 

4 
16 


* 47 
47 
64 


s 

2 


(3 

O 

s 
s 


2 
1 


1 

2 
3 


Narragansett*... 


22 
14 
21 

67 

59 


18 
10 
30 

68 

64 


"si 

81 


'"is 

18 


""i 

6 


3,641 
2,079 
3,490 


Proviaence* 


Warren. 


Statistics of 1868 


9,110 


77 


21 


6 


9,243 





SOUTH CAROLINA. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 


Bftrnwdll ^.-M...... 


20 
11 
33 

"*50 
12 

"is 

29 
30 
32 
17 
21 
27 
16 

*32 
34 
30 
36 
51 
12 

640 

488 






"is 

***22 
"12 

'""i 

"21 
22 

103 

39 


153 

1,616 
150 

"sii 

2S 
391 

2^74 
652 


"si 
"sos 

'29 
*266 

93 

907 
"143 





'20 

"m 

*"l9 

"14 
31 

264 
36 


36 

146 
'21 
••4 

"si 

34 

290 
76 


63 

"76 

"m 
"ii 

286 

343 


62 

"29*3 
"29 
"15 

"ii 

106 





2,175 
1,083 
3,633 

2',"626 
716 

7,230 
2,868 
2,864 
13,086 
2,060 
1,761 
4,000 
1,303 

'3,916 
3,232 
1,987 
4,867 
5,671 
669 


Bethel* 


Broad River* 


Brown Creek 

Charleston ,. 

Colleton* 


Columbia 

Edgefield* 


Edisto* 


Fairfield* 

Gethsemane 


Greenville* 


Moriah* 


Reedy River* 


Rocky River (colored) 


Salem 

Saluda* 


Savannah River*....^ 

Twelve Mile River* 


Tyger River 


Welsh Neck 


York* 

Statistics of 1868 


869 
320 


666 





63,104 


86 





61,341 







TENNESSEE. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 

16 

17 

18 


Beulah. 


26 


12 


62 
249 

*268 

126 
63 
110 

"390 
147 

120 


30 
154 

"ioi 
"ii 

21 

58 

"96 
50 

"'2*6 


""i 
""s 


2 

**"*8 
6 

"ii 

1 


9 

18 

'**26 
13 

"ii 


41 
94 

**34 

*68 
66 
90 

178 
34 

"41 


16 

"ii 

20 
47 

"ii 


:::::: 


992 
4,380 

8,316 
2,018 
2,136 
423 
1,646 

2,800 
1,222 

T;22i 


Bie Hatchie 


Brownsville 

Central. 







Clinton* 


23 


15 


Concord 


Cumberland 


10 
30 

"27 
23 

"20 


6 
17 

"16 
19 

'""j 


Duck River 


East Tennessee 

Enon 

First Dist. Mid. Tenn. (col.).. 

Hiwassee 

Holston 

Indian Creek. 

Johnson 

JudsoD •*...................•... 


Mount Zion .- 


Mulberry Gap 





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TENNESSEE (Continued). 





ABSOcuTioirs. 


1 
1 


2 

1 

a 

1 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 


H 


1 

136 
165 
116 
243 

2,337 

2,337 
115 


1 

"49 
46 
86 
145 

"86 

968 

968 
36 


8 

1 

...... 

19 
19 


§ 

1 

"ii 
12 

6 
6 

66 

66 
6 


"12 
39 
22 
23 

178 


161 
66 
66 

143 

***72 
832 


§ 

"ii 

60 
17 
60 

319 


2 
1 


19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 


Nolachacky 

Northern •• 


'"2*8 
30 
32 

27 


"ii 
"12 


1,806 
2,838 
1,383 
2,346 

2,168 


Salem » 

S. W. District* 


Sweet Water. 


Tennessee 

Union 

Unity 


Western District. 

Asso'ns not reported, est 

Statistics of 1868 


276 
207 

482 

669 


120 

174 
294 
341 


36,704 
18,000 


178 
22 


832 
66 


319 
17 




63,704 


60,663 





TEXAS. 



VERMONT. 



1 

2 
3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
26 
26 
27 
28 


Alvorftdo*.** » ••••• 


21 
16 
17 
24 
20 
33 

""20 
20 
17 

'"22 
19 


21 
10 
12 

""24 

"*l6 
6 

**"*8 
9 

"1*6 
8 

16 
6 

144 
210 

364 

306 


73 
71 

*"83 

"iii 

284 
"248 

876 

876 
670 


120 
61 

"*79 

"222 

"22» 

702 

702 
494 


:;:;;; 


'* 2 

''**3 

"ii 

• •4 

23 

23 
13 


11 
6 

"a 

"ii 

"a 
"S 

143 

143 

77 


69 
39 

137 

"125 
"13*2 

602 

602 
460 


12 
21 

"*66 
"■58 

"ai 

181 

181 
81 


•;;;; 


956 
887 
761 

iVioo 

1,719 

"974 
241 

"iSii 

647 

i'iii 

1,397 

2,361 

614 


Austin '. 


Bethlehem* 


Central* 


Cherokee* 


Colorado* 


Eastern 

Elm Fork « 

Judson 

Leon River 

Little River 


Mount Zion 


New Bethel* 


Red River 

Reheboth 

Richland 

Sabine 

San Antonio 


San Marcos* 

Shiloh 

Sister Grove 


Soda Lake 

Texas 

Trinity River. 


"39 
29 
34 
13 

344 

268 

602 
560 


Tryon* 


Union 


Waco* 


West Pork 

13 Ass'ns not reported, est.... 

Statistics of 1868 


13,492 
11,676 


26,168 


22,690 



1 
2 


Addison County* 

Barre* 


8 9 

12 6 





...... 


::::::||::::::|:::::: 




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...i..j| 878 



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YEBMONT (Continued). 





ASBOOIAnOlTB. 


1 


a 

1 


Additions by | 


Diminutions by 


1 


a 

! 

43 


s 

41 


j 

6 


a 
o 

1 

& 
8 


28 


51 


§ 

s 

1 

"ii 


2 

"*20 




Danyille* 

lATnoille* 

Vermont and Shaftsbary. 

Windham Countv* 


17 
27 
17 
14 
16 

111 


18 
26 
17 
12 
20 

108 


909 
1,818 
1,660 
1,336 
1,886 


Woodstock*. i 




51 


16 


20 


8,393 



VIRGINIA. 



1 

2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
28 


Aocomac ^ 

AlbemarlO'.... «... 


9 
47 
29 

5 
14 
32 
30 
15 
39 
46 
21 
34 
27 
65 
40 
43 
40 
28 
31 
96 
29 
86 
19 

764 

690 


6 
44 
11 

4 
6 
11 
9 
8 

44 
20 

n 

17 
16 
30 
24 
20 
27 
17 
20 
68 
22 
21 
19 

464 

892 


38 
271 
187 

"'"3 
161 
166 

"m 

300 
61 
306 
139 

1^14 
442 
267 
426 
110 
67 

2,817 
118 
141 
698 

8,627 

8,167 


6 
138 

""2 
87 
86 

132 
86 
10 
66 
63 

317 

103 
82 
83 
66 
87 

496 
67 
63 

225 

2,188 
1,328 


***"6 

232 
*'l*3 

306 

"ss 

611 
299 


3 

8 

"1*3 

"*46 

16 

1 

20 

6 

164 

23 

5 

32 

6 

2 

306 

3 

6 

8 

668 

363 


8 
62 

""2 

20 
24 

'*« 
33 
13 
11 
31 

129 
68 
38 

107 
17 
33 

274 
25 
25 
36 

976 

849 


11 
130 

169 
8 

**iS 

129 
37 
93 

112 

208 
89 
90 

275 
80 
50 

180 
90 
56 
52 


10 
62 

"•"j 

77 

4 

"4*8 
45 
12 
48 
49 

194 
54 
16 

403 
40 
76 

662 
49 
19 
42 


1 

"ii 

"36 

2 


735 
5,268 
8,940 

*567 
1,464 
2,347 
2,117 
6,271 
6,063 
2,846 
2,273 
8,041 

16,186 
4,338 
3,090 
7,034 
2,697 
2,860 

29,159 
2,172 
1,844 
2,392 


Appomattox 

Beaver Creek 


Blue Ridge 

Clinch Valley. 

Concord 

Dan River ♦ 


Dover 

Goshen 


James River 


Lebanon 


Middle District 


Norfolk Union (colored) 

Portsmouth «. 

Potomac ,. 


Rappahannock 


Roanoke 


Shiloh 


Sbiloh African 


Strawberry 


Valley 


Valley African 

Statistics of 1868 


2,003 
4,252 


1796 


271 


107,584 


1418 


310 


104,873 



WEST VIRGINIA. 





Broad Bnn* 


35 
62 
30 
34 
82 
40 
29 

2 
17 

6 

276 
246 


17 
17 
14 
12 
13 
24 
11 

2 
12 

6 

127 
116 


*379 

762 
1.064 


"8* 

"to 

164 
344 


""ii 
'""i 

17 
24 


*"io 

"66 

66 
29 


"46 
"19 

65 
76 


"209 
126 


"49 
"46 


*"*8 
* ""9 


""1,713 

8,771 

1,779 

1,851 

1,905 

2,203 

2,089 

163 

940 

486 


Greenbrier 


Judson* 


Mt. Pisgah* 

Parkersburg* 

Teay's Valley - 


Union* 


Wheeling (in part)* 

Friendship* 


Monongahela (in part)*. 

Statistics of 1868 


329 


96 


8 


16,899 


381 


133 





14,692 



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WISCONSIN. 





ASflOCUSIOITB. 


1 
i 


1 

a 

-§ 

a 


Additions by 


Diminutions by 




i 


"89 
30 

"*34 

"97 

"si 

134 
415 


! 

"u 

'"i 

"17 

"Ti 

59 


1 

....„ 

6 


* "ii 

9 

""9 

"ii 
....„ 

"ii 

66 
85 




1 


1 


10 

11 

12 


Central Wisconsin 


10 
17 
17 
17 
10 

9 
22 

4 
16 
15 

8 
16 

6 

167 
171 


4 

13 

12 

13 

7 

8 

15 

2 

8 

8 

4 

15 

6 

116 

~120 


10 
83 

106 
71 
76 

119 
76 
9 

47 
29 
6 

167 

784 
865 


"53 

45 

"35 

"ioi 
is 

"m 

327 


"20 

5 

"17 

""i 

"67 
112 


" "i 
"1 

2 


418 

829 

1,002 

1,818 

1,061 

425 

1,481 

83 

44« 

981 

196 

1,318 

302 


Dane 


Dodge 


JanesTille 

La Cross% Valley 


La Favette ".. 


Lake 'Shore 

Richland 


St. Croix Valley. 


Walworth 


Welch 


Winnebago 


German Unassociated 


Statistics of 1868 « 


10,346 







122 




9,989 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS. 



BtASMB, 



Alabama 

Arkansas .... 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut..... ... 

Delaware 

Florida 

Oeorgia 

Idaho 

Klinois 

Indiana .~ 

Indian Territory.. 

Iowa - 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Missigaippi 



821 

499 

64 

7 

111 

6 

137 

1,478 



608 



336 

99 

958 

326 



273 
122 
282 



445 

•812 

65 

6 

112 

8 

81 



311 

8 

242 

48 
613 
209 
166 

33 
310 
192 

51 
151 



Additions by 



3,879 

904 

110 

19 

354 



767 
9,008 



4,354 
2,423 

196 
1,806 

187 
1,446 
2,167 

473 

3^2 
1,760 
1.524 

262 
3,293 



2,381 
1,146 

206 
17 

864 

264 
652 

1,067 
400 
121 
131 
166 
780 
231 
236 
167 

1,010 

1,248 
196 

1,362 



184 

171 



108 
62 



24 

4 

141 

200 



277 
59 



Diminutions by 



631 
101 
36 
2 
245 



237 
160 



37 

13 
266 

64 
328 

43 
627 
169 

21 
173 



1,218 



133 
1,261 

1,248 
621 

258 

134 

914 

272 

323 

166 

1,179 

1,123 

130 

1,887 



990 
202 
76 



104 

121 
300 

"684 
271 

"*96 
56 
642 
103 
107 



244 



14 

"iS 



14 



20 
"434 



I 



68,196 

28,911 

2,877 

144 

18,800 



8.522 
104,066 



59,586 

34,499 

603 

19,461 

2,846 
88,177 
31,296 
19,388 

5,324 
39,831 
18,712 

3,233 
28,587 



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SUMMAEY OF STATISTICS (Contiiraed). 



Statis. 


1 


1 
1 


s 

1 

B 


Additions by || 


Diminutions by | 


1 


1 


J 


1 


1 


1 


1 


§ 


1 


Missouri 


68 

2 

7 

6 

47 

40 

32 

4 

18 

3 

22 

27 

28 

7 

23 
9 
12 


930 
22 
86 
146 
842 
628 
624 
43 
481 
67 
640 
482 
602 
111 
764 
276 
167 


478 
9 

89 
157 
635 
269 
283 

29 
339 

58 
103 
294 
354 
108 
464 
127 
115 


3,826 
7 

400 
1,397 
6,074 
1,235 
2,770 

183 
3,819 

113 
2,774 
2,337 

876 

43 

8,627 

762 

784 


1,450 
70 
233 
790 

2,185 
237 

1,329 

1,676 

76 

907 

968 

702 

41 

2,138 

154 

415 


211 
5 

324 

"168 

7 

1,179 

13 

""19 

6 

611 

17 
69 


166 

***48 

141 

83 

207 

"255 
4 
264 
66 
23 
3 
668 
66 
5 


254 

10 

151 

226 

659 

239 

464 

3 

674 

47 

290 

178 

143 

23 

976 

66 

66 


1,667 

66 

188 

782 

2,670 

664 

1,962 

27 

1,889 

81 

869 

832 

602 

61 

2,003 

329 

327 


797 

13 

25 

439 

463 

197 

867 

18 

873 

18 

655 

319 

181 

15 

1,795 

96 

112 


""400 

24 

""930 
6 

20 

271 
8 
2 


62,662 
766 

8,029 
24,081 
100,602 
76,169 
38,241 

1,670 
61,986 

9.110 
63,194 
63,704 
26,168 

8,393 

107,684 

16,899 

10,346 


Nebraska 

New Hampshire... 

New Jersey ~... 

New Yorkr. 


North Carolina..... 
Ohio 


Oregon — 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 


Texas...... 

Vermont.., 

Virginia. 


West Virginia 

Wisconsin ••• 


Total in U. states 

Statistics of 1868. 

Nova Scotia. 

New Brunswick- 
Ontario A Quebec. 

EuaoPE. 
England 


728 


15,143 


8,787 


70,172 


25,662 


3,378 


2,908 


7,680 


28,930 


10,021 


2,446 


1,221,349 


661 

3 
2 

40 


12,011 

163 
128 
322 

1,840 

32 

100 

476 

17 

11 

69 

1 

7 

1 

3 

aoi 

16 


8,695 

90 

*"22b 


60,787 

1,000 
612 


15,304 

268 


2,067 


1,923 
63 


6,211 
198 


21,802 
266 


7,298 
125 


1,661 


1,141,988 

16,811 
9,472 
17,042 

168,286 

1,364 

6,856 

66,012 

1,763 

643 

13,071 

68 

200 

476 

1,002 

7,900 

1,216 
420 

134 

19,644 
2,410 
































Ireland 


















Scotland 





















1 


"V^ales 




Denmark.....'. 




12 


167 


18 




25 


■ 16 


62 


66 





France 




Germany 




1,093 
8 


766 




113 

1 


170 


902 


459 
1 





Holland 




Norway. 








Poland 




"134 

14 

8 

4 
21 
1 
19 
36 
79 
2 
4 
1 

38 

83 


167 

87 

637 

79 
29 

70 
99 






7 
40 

SO 
11 


6 
10 

66 


20 
23 

14 
2 


16 
69 

62 
44 





Russia 




69 

78 
31 


••••••• 


Sweden 


10 


Africa. 
Liberia 


Other narta 




Asia. 
Assam.... 




4 
17 


Biirmah 


















Ceylon 


















China 




7 

69 

277 

6 

3 


93 














Hindostan 
















Karens » 

Shans 





937 


























Siam(ChineseBlis) 
Siam .... 




22 


























Wbst IiroiM 

Attstsalisia 





78 
126 


406 


264 





444 


404 


247 




824 




Total Repobtxd. 










* 










783 


18,606 


9,663 


76,468 


27,136 


3,678 


3,642 


8,672 


30,466 


10,842 


3,269 


1,663.631 



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ORDAINED MINISTERS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



ALABAMA. 
Abbott, L. B., Chancathie. 
Adams, H., Pine Hill. 
Adkine, B., Fayette G. H. 
Aiken, £. T., Travellers* Rest. 
Andrews, A., Autaugarille. 
Appletou, J. B., Van Baren. 
Arnold* J. R., ScottsTille. 
Ashcraft, W., Sipsey Mills. 
Atkins, R. M., Jasper. 
Autrey, H. R., Livingston. 
Avanl, W., Greenville. 

ARKANSAS. 
Aaron, John, Moscow. 
Abemathy, R., Shady Grove. 
Adams, J. J., Harrold. [elie. 
Adams, J. R. G. W. N., Dardan- 
Adams, W. 3., Liberty. 
Allen, H., Hamburg. 
Amerson, J. M., Hot Springs. 
Asburn, J. C, Mt. Elby. 
Austin, Alexander, Austin. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Armstrong, ->, San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 
Adams, B. M., Canon City. 
Averill, A. M., Denver. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Adams, R. J., Wallingford. 
Alien, N. T., Groton Bank. 
Andrews, £., West Biilington. 
Andrews, E. B^North Ashford. 
Ashley, rj.m. W., Colchester. 
Atkins, I., Canton. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Alexander, S., Georgetown. 
Anderson, D. W., Washington. 
Austin, M. H., Tenallytown. 

FLORIDA. 
Ardis, H. Z., Madison. 

OEORGIA. 
Aaron, W. H., Starsville. 
Adams, Andrew, Calhoun. 
Adams, T. J., Warwick. 
Aiken, W. G., Oak Grove. 
Allagood, H., Thomasville. 
Allen, J. H., Perry. 
Allen, T. S., Griffin. 
Almand, T. S. 
Almand, U. M. 
Almand, W. D. 
Amos, E. M., Forsyth. 
Attaftray, F. H., Jefferson. 
Atkinson, W. D., Covington. 
Austin, D., Subligna. 
Austin, S., MilledgevUle. 



ILLINOIS. 
Adams, Geo. N., Chicago. 
Adams, 8., Upper Alton. 
Agnew, F. M., Makanda. 
Alden, W., Chicago. 
Alexander, J. P. 
Allen, Calvin, McLeansboro. 
Allen, C. v., McLeansboro. 
Allen, E., Clay City. 
Allen, W. S., Cypress Hill. 
Allison, D. ¥., Russellville. 
Allison, J. v.. Polo. 
Amerman, A. J., Deer Creek. 
Anderson, Alfred, Venice. 
Anderson, John, Brooklyn. 
Anderson, J. E., Dongola. 
Arnold, A. N., D. D., Chicago. 
Ashurst, J. L., Bath. 
Askins, J. W., Springfield. 
Atterbury, D., Woodson. 
Atwell, Samuel, Metropolis. 
Auger, L., St Anne. 
Austin, Cady, Monticello. 
Axeling,N. E., MoUne. 

INDIANA. 

Arnold, B. B., Carlisle. 
Ames, A. S., Seymour. 
Agen broad, J. P., Richmond. 
Ager, Charles, Aurora. 
Anthony, A. A., Pierceville. 
Alle, J, Zenas. 
Allen. C. B., Waterman. 
AKord, L.A., D.D^ Logansport. 
Artis, L., Terre Haute. 
Ash, J.P., Laporte. 

IOWA. 

Abbott, J., Sand Spring. 
Adams, J. C. 
Andrews P., Quincey. 
Arkills, M. E.,Fredericksburg. 
Arnold, T. J., Carlisle. 
Arnold, W. P., Tabor. 
Atkinson, L., Chequist. 

KANSAS. 
Adams, W.. Lenape. 
Alderson, L. A., Atchison. 
Alward, E., Wathena. 
Atkinson, R., Ottawa. 

KENTUCKY. 
Adams, Henry, Louisville. 
Adams, J. P., Viola Station. 
Adams, W. S.C., Adams' Station. 
Alien, L. R. R., Linton. [Tenn, 
Alexander, M. G., Allensville. 
Armstrong, J., Litchfield. 
Arnold, G. F. 

Arnold. J. D., Owensboro. 
Arvin, W. B., Winchester. 



..^jstin, Jas. F., Cold Spring. 
Averitt, L. H., Cadiz. 

LOUISIANA. 
Allen, Madison, Carrolton. 
Allen, W. B. 

MAINE. 
Andrew8,R. B.,Mechanio Falls. 
Andrews, Z., Woodstock. 
Atkins, G. M., Brunswick. 
Avery, S. W.. Lisbon Falls. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Abbott, G. S., Watertown. 
Adams, J. R., Holyoke. 
Alger, I., North Sandwich. 
Allen, G. H., Chelmsford. 
Amos, J., Marshpee. 
Anable, C. W., Cambridge. 
Anderson, G., Newton Centre. 
Andrews. Erastus, Montague. 
Ap$>ey, W. S., N. Cambridge. 
Ashley, A. W., N. Reading. 
Ashley, W. W., Winchendon. 
Atkinson, G. O., Sterling. 
Atwood, J., Centre Abington. 
Avery, E. J., Springfield. 
Ayer, O., Groton Centre. 

MICHIGAN. 
Abbott, C. fi., Dansville. 
Abbott, J. R., Charlotte. 
Allen, H. D., Clark's Lake. 
Alleu, Thos., Benton Harbor. 
Allington, W., Armada. 
Allyn, E. B.,Sebewa. 
Allyn, J. B.. 

Annes, G. N., Middleville. 
Armstrong, C. E. B., Jackson. 
Armstrong, J. C, Chelsea. 

Asbury, ^ Rome Centre. 

Atherton, J. C, Hadley. 
Axteli, S. J., Jr., Munroe. 

MINNESOTA. 
Abbott, L. A., Rochester. 
Abenroth, A., Ottawa. 
Allen, L. B., b. D., Wasioja. 
Anderson, J., Houston. 
Atkinson, L., Champlin. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Abbott, D., Holly Springs. 
Acker, J. N. 
Adams, D., Dnrant. 
Altom, T. B^ Louisville. 
Amaker, J. H., Sardis. 
Anderson, Isaac, Turnerville. 
Anderson, W. H., Rodney. 
Antley, J. 8., Good Hope. 
Archer, H. S., Baldwin. 
Archer, Wm., Marietta. 



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MISSOURI. 
Adams, Jesse, Springfield. 
Aiken, J. P., Martin. 
Aiken, 8., Syracuse. 
Alexander, G. M., Hermitage. 
Alexander, C. L., Buffalo. 
Alexander, R. 
Allen, Lewis, Whitesville. 
Allen, N. M., Whitesville. . 
Anderson, B., Memphis. •^ 
Anderson, D., Barry. 
Argus, H. C, Brighton. 

AuTword, , Springfield. 

Ayers, N., Hallsyille. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Abbott, S. G., Meriden. 
Alden, W. H., Portsmouth. 
Aldrich, T., West Swanzey. 
Alger, N. W., Lunenburg, Vt 
Atwood, John, New Boston. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Adams, A. J. 
Allen, G. R., Red Bank. 
Archer, A., Passaic. 
Armstrong, A., Frenchtown. 
Austermuhl, — , W. Hoboken. 

NEW YORK. 

Ackerly, S., Great Valley. 
Abrams.G. W., Italy Hollow. 
Adams, J. N., Deposit 
Adams, J. Q., New York. 
Adsit, S., Stockton. 
Ainsworth, S. C, Spring Mills. 
Allaben, W. N., Westkill. 
Allen, A. J., Ticonderoga. 
Allen, E. W., Amsterdam. 
Alley, H., Flushing. 
Ambler, F. C, Stanford. 
Ambler, P. W., Poestenkill. 
Ames, B., Groton. [ter. 

Anderson,M.B.,LL.D., Roches- 
Anderson, T.D., D.D., N. York. 
Andrews, N. L., Hamilton. 
Andrews, R. D., Burnt Hills. 
Angell, H., New York. 
Appleton, J. H., New York. 
Archer, Wm., New York. 
Argo, William, Albany. 
Armitage, T., D.D., New York. 
Arthur, Wm., NewtonvlUe. 
Ash, J. R, New York. 
Ashley, W. O., North Nassau, 
Ashton, J. W., Waterford. 
Atwater, L., Linden. 
• Austermell J.H.,Ft.Covingtoi>. 
Ayer, C, West Winfield- 
Ayer, J., Redwood. 

NORTH CAROLINA 
Abernathy, W., Drowning C'k. 
Adams, W. £., Briar Greek. 



Alderman, A. B.,Hawley*s store. 
Allgood, Daniel, Yadkinville. 
Allison, E., Catawba Station. 
Ammons, A., D' Hart's Creek. 
Ammons, John Sbocksyille. 
Ammons, J. R.. Franklin. 
Ammons, Y., . " 
Ammons, Joshua, " 
Ander8on,E.M.,Hendersonv'e. 
Anderson, Wm., " 

Anderson, J. W., Mars Hill. 
Andrews, Manly, Chapel Hill. 
Arrowood, Jas., Red Hill. 
Atkinson, W. A., Forestrille. 
Austin, D., Sandy Mush. 
Ayres, D. B., Lumberton. 
Ayers, J. W., Day Book. 

OHIO. 
Abies, J., Masterton. 
Able, F.. Harveysburg. 
Adams, D., Liberty. 
Adams, H., Flat. 
Adkins, E., Marietta. 
Abler, M., Rutland. 
Albert, J. D., Ada. 
Allen, J. C, Springfield. 
Allen, 0., Columbus. 
Allen, T., Dayton. 
Alton, S. D., Oakfield. 
Ames, L. F., Fitchville. 
Anderson, A. E., Wilmington. 
An dress, L., Geneva. 
Arnold, A. W., North Liberty. 
Ashly, B. F., Ironton. 
Ash, D., Quaker Bottom. 

OREGON. 
Alden, Willis. 
Anderson, E. C, Portland. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Alden, E. M. E., Smithfield. 
Ambler, J. V., Philadelphia. 
Ames, George A.,McEeesport. 
Anderson,G^.,D.D.,W.Haver- 
Andrews, E., Beading, [ford. 
Andrus, J. L., Wilkesbarre. 
Armstrong, A., Easton. 
Austin, R H., Meadville. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Adlam, Samuel, Newport. 
Alden, John, Providence. 
Aldrich, J., Wickford. 
Allen, John E., Providence. 
Allen, J. W., E. Greenwich. 
Ashley, 8. D , Hope Valley. 
Avery, D., Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Acker, A., Bel ton. 
Ackerman, Steph., Waterboro. 
Allen, Jesse, Buena Vista. 
Allen, Joel, Marion. 



Anderson, G. T., Mnllln's Dep. 
Arial, T., Pickensville. 
Ashley, W., Craytonville. 
Atkinson, S., Timmonsville. 
Atkinson, T., Lee's P. O. 
Ayer, R., Bamberg. 
Ayres, William, Marion. 

TENNESSEE. 
Acker, J. N. 

Acuff, J. D., Clear Spring." 
Acufl^ Simeon, " " 
Adams, W. S.', Tate's Station. 
Alexander, M. G., Clarksviile. 
Amaker, J. H. 
Anderson, D.. Pulaski. 
Anderson, S. P., Shelbyyille. 
Arnold, J. P. 
Arnold, W. W., Rover. 
Askew, B., Fisherville. 
Askew, M., Athens, Ala. 

TEXAS. 
Abbott, J. 8., Gonzales. 
Albright, W. J., Caldwell. 
Albritton, W. W., Mt. Enter- 
Allen, J. S., Lexington, [priae. 
Allen, T. S., Wheelock. 
Anderson, S. J., Clarksviile. 
Anderson, Simon P., Nashville. 
Anderson, T. M., Cameron. 
Anderson, T. W., Clarksviile. 
Anderson, W, D.,Owensville. 
Autrey, L., Caldwell. 
Aycock, Thomas P., Marlin. 
Averitt, J. C, Corsicana. 

VERMONT. 
Allen, B., Hubbardton. 
Apsey, W. S., Bennington. 
Archibald, T. H., Bristol. 
Arms, A. L., Potton. 
Arms, G. W., North Fairfax. 
Ashton, E., Ira. 

VIROINIA. 
Adams, G^o. F., Hampton. 
Allen, L. W., Ruther Glen. 
Anderson, James, Sp. Garden. 
Anderson,M D.. Fredericksbg. 
Anthony, Abner, Kasey's. 
Anthony, C. L., Kasey's. 
Athey, Samuel M., Orlean. 
Atkins, S. J., Deatonsville. 

WEST VIROINIA. 
Armstrong, B. A., Winfield. 
Ashburn, F. J., West Union. 

WISCONSIN. 
Aitchison,J.Y.,WestEauClaire. 
Amefi, W. W., Menomine. 
Atwater, L., Prescott. 
Atwood, A. N., Eau Claire. 



ALABAMA. 

Bailey, T. M., Benton. 
Bain, J. Y., Red Hill. 
Baptist, E. G , Dayton. 
Barbour, T. M., Tuskaloosa. 
Barron, A. C, Tuskegee. 
Barton, W S., Montgomery. 



Battle, A. G., Marion. 
Beardon, G. W., Rockford. 
Bell, J. E., Favette C. H. 
Bennett, T., Garland. 
Best, L. A., Gadsden. 
Bishop, M., Fort Deposit. ' 
Bishop, W. A., Carthage. 
Booth, N. C, Saggsvine. 



Boykin, T. C, Montevallo. 
Bradford, I., Russellville. 
Brewer, G. E., Island Home. 
Brown, J., North Port. 
Brown, P. W., Oswitchie. 
Browne, G. Y., Tuscumbia. 
Bryan, W. H., Tuscumbia. 
Buck, C. W., Pushmataha. 



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Bruner, J. F., Farroers^ilie. 
Bryera, J. U, Bluff Spring. 

ARKANSAS. 
Baker, R. L., Pea Ridge. 
Barker, Jas., Fayetteville. 
Barnes, J. C, Russelyille.' 
Barnetc, D. G., Little Rock. 
BeardoD, B. H., Lewisburg. 
Beayer, W. B., Des Arc. 
Bell, M. D., Grayes. 
Berrv, S. D., Monticello. 
BlacKwell, b., Auburn. 
Blakely, W. M., St. Paul. 
Blapagame, B. G., Oliye Greek. 
Bledsoe, J. G., Lewisburg. 
Boone, T. P., Searcy. 
Borum, W., Paraclifta. 
Bowman, £., Fort Smith. 
Boyd, John, Dallas. 
Box, Joshua, Arkadelphia. 
Box, Robert, Beach Greek. 
Box, S., Beach Greek. 
Box, W. T., Springfield. 
Brazil e, John, Little Bock. 
Britt, H. S., Lisbon. 
Brown, A., Bentonyille. 
Brown, G. G., Gane Greek. 
Browne, W., Little Rock. 
Browning, J. G., Arkadelphia. 
Bryant, G., Fayetteville. 
Bryant, H., Lamartine. 
Burnett, J. Q., Magnolia. 
Bums, W., Fort Smith. 
Butcher, T. J., Moscow. 
Byers, J. J., Falcon. 
Bynam, Nelson, Bynam. 

CALIFOFINIA. 
Barnes, J. E., Silveyville. 
Barnes, J. T., Gorinth. 
Bonner, J. D., Redwood. 
Briggs, O. W., San Francisco. 
Buckbee, G. A., D. D., ** 
Buckner, J. S., Woodbridge. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Bailey, J. A., Water bury. 
Bailey. S. B., Stonington. 
Ballard, J., Norwalk. 
Barber, A. L., Wallinsford. 
Barrel le, A. L., Meriden. 
Barrows. 8., N. Woodstock. 
Batchelder, F. L., Stafford. 
Beebe, B. F.,North Golebrook 
Benedict, A. N., Bridgeport. 
Benedict, N. D., Bridgeport. 
Benedict, T., North Norfolk. 
Benedict, V. W., Danbury. 
Biddle, W., Brookfield. 
Black, L., New Hayen. 
Bolles, Augustus, Golchester. 
Borden, E. P., Thompson. 
Bronson, A. G., Wallingford. 
Brown, Jos. P., Moosup. 
Buel, A. P., New London. 
Burleigh, L., Plainfield. 
Burnett, Jos.. Tariffyille. 

DELAWARE. 
Bradford, George, Doyer. 
DIS'T. OF COLUMBIA. 
Bailey, H., Washington. 



Boldin, Alfred, Washington. 
Brooks, J., ** 

FLORIDA. 
Baker, J. S., Monticello. 
Becks, B. W., Palatka. 
Bishop, P. P., Palatka. 
Bostick,G. W., Crawfordsyille. 
Bostick, W. W., Rose Head. 
Branen, E., Wei born. 
Breaker, J. H., Pierceyille. 

GEORQIA. 
Bacon, B. A.. Dublin. 
Bailey, N. A., Albany. 
Baker, J., Hutchison's Station. 
Baker, J. S^ Quitman. 
Baker, W. J., Dublin. 
Barber, L., Albany. 
Barker, G., Macon. 
Barrett, E., Grossby. 
Barrett, K B., Dublin. 
Bartley, S. W., Mountain Hill. 
Barton. J. H. M. 
Bass,G. 

Bass, F. G., Cuthbert 
Bealer, G. B., Madison. 
Beck, T. J , Baytown. 
Bee, W. L. 
Best, W.. Stockton. 
Binion, M. B. L., Weston. 
Blanton, P., Hightower. 
Boykin, S., Macon. 
Bradley, B., Adairsyille. 
Brantly, J. J., Penfield. 
Brantl^, W. T., D. D., Atlanta. 
Brittain, J. M., Acworth. 
Britton, E. 

Brown, J. G., Gaye Spring. 
Brown, L., Halcyondale. 
Brown, W. B., Dawsonyille. 
Brown, W. J., Elberton. 
Bruce, W., Troup Factory. 
Bryan, J. G., NaiVs Greek. 
Bufflngton, J., Milner. 
Buford, A. W., Gartersyille. 
Bullington, £. S., Millwood. 
Bullin^on. R., Millwood. 
Bunn, H.jPace's Station. 
Burgess, P. F.. Leathersyille. 
Burgess, T., Alpharetta. 
Burk, T., Villa Rica. 
Butler, D. E., Madison. 
Butler, P. P., Lexington. 
Byers, S., Glarkesyille. 

ILLINOIS. 
Bader, G. F., Bethalto. 
Badgeley, M. J., Belleyille. . 
Bailey, G. 8., D. D., Ghicago. 
Bain, Ghas., Garbondale. 
Baird, J., Sacramento. 
Baker, J. G., Golconda. 
Baker, Reuben, Fairfield. 
Baker, R., Fairfield. < 
Baldwin, I. W., Beardstown. 
Ballard, H. H., Padua. 
Barbee, J. R., Girard. 
Barbour, J. 

barcus, G. W., Elliottstown. 
Bard, John, Garmi. 
Barker, W. C., Windsor. 
Barter, O. L., Upper Alton. 
Barlow, J. L., Dundee. 
Baroely, ^ Sacramento. 



Barry, J. K., Jefferson. 

Bxrton, y Anawan. 

Bauer, J. G., Vandalia. 
Baylor, H. W. 
Beard, J., Griswold. 
Beckers, W. G., Bankston. 
Beers, A. W., Hornsby. 
Behamer, L., Ziff. 
Benedict, J. L., Macomb. 
Bennett, P.«New Berlin. 
Benson, A. W., Bowls* Mine. 
Benton, G. W., Granyille. 
Benton, K. W., Kewanee. 
Berry, J. M., Metamora. 
Berry, S. M., Lacon. 
Beyan, M. D., Atlanta. 
Bibb, J., Gentralia. 
Bibb, W., Gentralia. 
Bickers, W. E., Bankston. 
Billingsley, J. M., Salem. 
Bishop, G. A., D wight 
Bishop, W. S., Bridfgeport. 
Black, A., Hutton. 
Black. J. G., Brown's Mills. 
Blakely, J., Bayana. 
Blanchard, J., Oak. 
Blaylock, J. H., South Pass. 
Blevins, J., Tower Hill. 
Blunt, A. A^ Mason Gity. 
Bogart, G. T., Tiskilwa. 
Boise, J. R., LL.D., Ghicago. 
Boltun, John, Gameron. 
Bolton, J. G., Kingston Mines. 
Botts, J., Golmar. 
Bowen, J. G., Bloomington. 
Bower, J., Decatur. 
Bowers, F., Lena. 
Bracken, J., Thebes. 
Bracken, W., Thebes. 
Bracken, W. G., Mattoon. 
Brandon, D., Metropolis. 
Breeden, Wm., Tennessee. 
Brent, G., Springfield. 
Bridge, George, Morrison. 
Bridgeman. Wm., Marshall. 
Birggs, A., Bock island. 
Briggs, W. H^ San Jose. 
Brinohall, 8., Toulon. 
Bristol, G. E., Hayana. 
Broils, James, Metropolis. 
Bronner, W., Jerseyyille. 
Brooks, J. W., Ashley. 
Brooks, S. L., Wauoonda. 
Brookins, S. W., Mantono. 
Brow, J., Newton. 
Brown, G. E., Thompson. 
Brown, E. G., Galya. 
Brown, E. M., Forsyth. 
Brown, John, Litchfield. 
Brown, John, Shaw's Point. 
Brown, John, Wakefield. 
Brown, J., Quincy. 
Brown, J. A., Snicarto. 
Brown, J., Thompson. 
Brown, S. M., Lodi. 
Brownell, Wm., Piasa. 
Bruce, J. M. W., Metropolis. 
Bryant, G. P., Neponsett. 
Bulkley, J., D.D., Upper Alton. 
Bullard, L. D., Xenia. 
Bui liner. A., Bankston. 
Bumgarner, J.,Mound Station. 
Burnham, E. G. M., Batayia. 
Burns, H., Bainbridge. 
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Barroughs, J.C, D.D.,Ohioago. 

Burton. T. J., Dix. 

Busey/ Samuel, Jacksonyllle. 

Butler, D., Metropolis. 

Button, C^ Aurora. 

Butts, J. B. 

INDIANA. 
Babcock, C. J. P« Reserve. 
Babcock, D. H., Stinesyille. 
Babcock, B. A., Rochester. 
Baker, S., D. D., Evansville. 
Baker, V.T., Orleans. 
Baker, W., Orleans. 
Baldwin, P. G., Fort Wayne. 
Ball, T. H., Crown Point 
Barbee, J. B^ Lewisville. 
Barbour, 8. G. 
Barrow, J. N., UnionviUe. 

Basset, , Indianopolis. 

Bassett, R., Poplar Grove. 
Beagle, T. W., Moore's Hill. 
Bell, J., Tampico. 
Bennett, J. M., Muncie, 
Bennett, T. J» Eureka, 
Bicknell,L. W., Sullivan. 
Binghano, A. S., Heller's Cor's. 
Bird, R. B., McCameron. 
Bishop, J., Rochester. 
Black, J. 

Blaisdale, P.T.,Lawrenceburg. 
Blanchard, C. H., Wolcotville. 
Bland, P. D.. Peru. 
Blanton, E. E., Canaan. 
Bond, E. P., Lawrenceburg. 
Bondy, T., Reserve. 
Boston, W. L., Orleans. 
Bowles, C. Jy^ Newton. 
Bowers, G. W., Sunman. 
Briggs, T. C, Orland. 
Brown, J., Terre Haute. 
Broyles, M., Indianapolis. 
Bruce, J.. Lowell. 
Bruner, J. W., Rome. 
Bnchan, F. M., Acton. 
Buchanan, W. J., Belleville. 
Buck, A. M., Mishawaka. 
Burton, H., Huron. 
Burton, S., Bloomington. 
Bussy, W., Lexington. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Bemo, John D. 

IOWA. 
Baird, C. C, Bedford. 
Baldwm, S. E., Sidney. 
Barnett, W., Peoria. 
Barrows, L.. Davenport. 
Basket, R. K., Montgomery. 
Beard, W., Troy. 
Berry, A. P., Amador. 
Berry, G. H., Rome. 
Blakely, I., Confidence. 
Bolster, J. W., Bethlehem. 
Brande, F., Grinnell. 
Brown, John, Cascade. 
Burnham, E. C. M., Lyons. 
Barnham, 8. l^., Ottumwa. 
Burnett, H., Mt Pleasant. 
Burrington, H. H., Waverly. 
Barrows, D. W., Waterloo. 

KANSAS. 
Baker, J. H., Mound City. 



Baldwin, J. R., Mound City. 
Baldwin, V., Mound City. 
Ball, T., Mound City. 
Barker, J. H., Burlingame. 
Barrett, J., Eugene. 
Bateman, C. A., Chetopa. 
Bell, G. W. 8., Ottumwa. 
Bently, E. D., Lawrence. 
Blood, Caleb, Junction City. 
Braly, J., Highland. 
Bruce, J. A., Doniphan. 
Button, A. R. 

KENTUCKY. 
Bagby, Chas., Morning View. 
Bagt^, G. F., Elizaville. 
Bailey, L. W., Madisonville. 
Baker, A. F., Lexington. 
Baker, L. 8., Montgomery. 
Baldry, W. 8., Paducah. 
Barnes, B. W., Cadisa. 
Barrett, W.D., Mt. Washington. 
Beagle, Jesse, Flower Creek. 
Beaswell, B., Viola Station. 
Beaucamp, R. A., Hickman. 
Beaver, GL Rochester. 
Bennett, W. P., Calhoun. 
Benson, E. W., Woodville. 
Bent, J. M., Bowling Green. 
Bernard, W. W., Cam Valley. 
Berry, E. G., Southfield. 
Bibb, T. W. 

Billingsby, J.M.,Bowling Gr'n. 
Blackburn, E. B., Fredonia. 
Biankenship, R.S.,Adamsville. 
Blewett, B. 8., Augusta. 
Bohannon, J. N. 
Branham, B. T., Taylorsville. 
Briant, Abel, McKee. 
Broaddus, G. W., Kingston. 

Brockman, ^ Centre. 

Bronough, Peter. 
Brooks, J., Glasgow. 
Brooks, T. I., Mason Creek. 
Brookshire, E. H. 
Brown, J. H., Louisville. 
Brown, 8. W., Millersburg. 
Brown, W. J., Shelbsrville. 
Bruner, R. T., Pellville. 
Bryant, J., Cloverport. 
Bryant, John, Maoisonvllle. 
Buckley, Reuben, New Castle. 
Bullock, J. W., Millersburg. 
Burrows, J. 8., Hicknutnsvule. 

LOUISIANA. 
Barron, J., Pine Ridge. 
Bigbee, O. M., Red Lane. 
Bolton, John. 
Boon, W. C. 
Bradley, A., Vernon. 
Branch, B. E. 
Bray, N. H., Annacoco. 
Burt, D. H., Arcadia. 
MAINE. 
Bailey, D. P., Monson. 
Ballentine, G. D., Lebanon. 
Barrows, A., East Sumner. 
Barrows,W.C , North Berwick. 
Bartlett. G. P., Sedgwick. 
Bartlett,E.M.,Livermore Falls. 
Batohelder, T., Ellsworth. 
Beavins, Wm., Bowdoinham. 
Bennett, R., East MaohlM. 



Benson, A. F., Buokfleld. 

Besse, S., Lincoln Centre. 
Blakeny, A., Princeton. 
Blanchard, C, Oldtown. 
Bond, P., Jay. 
Boothby, 8., Lewiston. 
Bowler, J. R., Rocklaad. 
Bowler, Wm., South China. 
Boynton, A., Jefferson. 
Bray, J., Bridgton. 
Brown, I. M., Kendnskeag. 
Brown, J. L., East Pittston. 
Brown, S., Cherrvfield. 
Brownson, S.S., East Madison. 
Bryant, A., East Winthrop. 
Burbank, J., Jefferson. 
Burnham, L., Harrison. 
Burnage, H. S., Waterviile. 
Butler, N., Camden. 

MARYLAND. 
Berg, John, Baltimore. 
Boston, 8. C, Baltimore. 
Brown, Jas., R., Mt Savage. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Bacon, A. M., Waltham. 
Bailey, Timothy, Dover. 
Bailey, W. 

Bakeman, F. W.,Newburyport 
Baldwin, G. J., Chelsea. 
Ball, Mason, Amherst. 
Barber, Joseph, BoUon. 
Barnaby, J., West Harwich. 
Barrett, L. G., Weston. 
Barrows, B. W., Neponset. 
Bask well, J. A., N. Swanaey. 
Battelle, Allen E., Sutton. 
Bellamy, R.K.,Chicopee Falls. 
Bestor, F., Egremont. 
Bickford, M. L., Chicopee. 
Bain, John, Mansfield. 
Bonney, I., 8avoy. 
Boomer, J. C, S. Yarmouth. 
Bosworth, G. W^ Haverhill. 
Bowers, Chas. M., Clinton. 
Bowles, R. H., Lee. 
Bradbury, C. W., Amesbury. 
Briggs, T . P., Gharlemont. 
Briggs, W. A., South Adams. 
Bromley, £.^outh Dedham. 
Bronson, B. F., Southbridge. 
Bronson, J. J., Nantuckeu 
Bronson, 8. J., Winchester. 
Brooks, Chas. W., Royalston. 
Brooks, 8., West Med way. 
Brown, Addison, Worcester. 
Brown, Theron, Ganton. 
Brown, Wm. L., Middleboro.* 
Burbank, Aaron, Still River. 
Burbank, J. P., Sutton. 
Burgess, I. J., West Dedham. 
Burnett, J., 8. Gardner. 
Burnham, E., Newburyport 
Burtt, J. M., Georgetown. 

MICHIGAN. 
Bailey, B. T., Wheatland. 
Bailey, 8., Kalamazoo. 
Baker, A. W., Pewama. 
Baker, J. C, Dexter. 
Bancroft, N. D., Brockway. ' 
Barlow, F. N., Alpena. 
Barlow. N. P., Saginaw City. 
Barns, M., Kalamaioo. 



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BASsett,P.C.,Ovid. 
BealSfH. C.^nin<yir. 
Beardslee, W. W., Kalamasoo. 
Bennett, E, I., DayisonTille. 
Bloomer, I., Brooklyn. 
Booth, John, Fenton. 
Bowker, S., Ganges. 
Boyden, J. 8., Howell. 
BoyntonJB. J., Owasso. 
Brooks, Kendall, Kalamasoo. 
Brooks, Samnel, Kalamazoo. 
Brooks, Wm., Edwardsbarg. 
Brown, W. H. Sturgis. 
Bulls, S. L., Plymouth. 
Burton, N. 8., Ann Arbor. 
Butterfield, I., Grand Rapids. 
Buxton, Wm., Milan. 

MINNESOTA. 
Babcock, D. L., 8t. Charles. 
Babcock, T. F., High Forest 
Bills, G. B., Monticello. 
Bly, W. T., Blue Earth City. 
Blomgren, A., Cambridge. 
Brown, J. B., St Charles. 
Bunnell, W. B., Minneiska. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Ball, L., Okalona. 
Barnes, R., Canton. 
Barrettl B. G.. Camden. 
Barry, J. B., Batesviile. 
Bennett, M., Whitfield. 
Blalock, M. M., Big Pond. 
Bolles, W. W., Pine BluflT. 
Booth, D. D., Back Springs. 
Boothe. A. H., Winona. 
Boswell, J., Tardyville. 
Bozeman, J. W., Lexington. 
Bratton, A., Madison Station. 
Breeland, O. F., Union. 
Brinson, J. C, Gum Springs. 
Briston, J. R., Richland. 
Brooks, A. D., Oakalona. 
Brown, J. L., Arkabutta. 
Browning, B., Cherry Creek. 
Brunsnn, J. E., Enterprise. 
Bryant D.R., Grand Junotion. 
Buck, Jesse H., Macon. 
Buffkin, 8., Meadyille. 
Burgess, J. G., Rienzi. 
Burk, W. M., Picken's Station. 
Burress, L. R., Baldwyn. 
Butler, W. R., Hillsboro*. 
Butt, B. W. L., Carrollton. 
Byars, N. T., Harrison Station. 
Byrd, J. H., Antioch. 

MISSOURI. 
Babb, B. F., Centralla. 
Baker, B. B., Columbia. 
Baker, J., Brighton. 
Baldwin, W., Mount Moriah. 
Baldwin, W. M., Pilot Grove. 
Ball, Joans, Neosho. 
Bait, J. K., Fairmount 
Barba, — -, Brookfield. 
Barns, T. E., Greenfield. 
Barrett T. W., Weston. 
Barrett W. C, Haynesville. 
Beauchamp, S. A., Mexico. 
Beazel, H. C, Wolf Creek. 
Beekly, S. L., Greenfield. 
Bell, J. 8., Keytesrille. 
BelU Wm. M., Miami. 



Best John H., Savannah. 
Bibb, M.T., Danville. 
Bingham, M. G., Wet Glaze. 
Bird, A. N., Liberty. 
Btack, G. L.. Carrollton. 
Blair.J.CPiketon. 
Block, 8., Centreville. 
Blood, Caleb, Sarcoxie. 
Boney, W. J., Cairo. 
Booth, P., Spring Hill. 
Bostrick, 8. J., Kansas City. 
Bowers, A. N., Byarsville. 
Bowker, 8. D., Kansas City. 
Bowls, BenJ., Fisgah. 
Box, J. B., Pisgah. 
Boyd, J. C, Dent C. H. 
Bradley, A. C, Walnut Grove. 
Braley, J., Sparta. 
Brashears, J. C. Boscoe. 
Brayton, G.F.,Cape Girardeau. 
Breaker, J. H., Gray*s Summit 
Breaker, J. M. C, St Louis. 
Bridges, W., Cedar Fork. 
Bridwell, J. P., Jackson. 
Brjggs, J., Stein's Prairie. 
Briggs, J. L., Leesville. 
Briggs, W. M., High Grove. 
Briggs, Thomas, Leesville. 
Brooks, D. G., Easton. 
Brown, A. N., Versailles. 
Brown, C.,Shelbina. 
Brown, C. M., Liberty. 
Brown, E.T., Clinton. 
Brown, John, Greentop. 
Brown, J. A., New Boston. 
Brown, J. W., Bellfonte. 
Brown, M., Pleasant HilL 
Brown, P., Gallaway. 
Bryant O.^rant City. 
Buckner, X. X., Liberty. 
Baler, David, Bloomfield. 
Bullock^., Carrollton. 
Bunch, Wiley jQueen City. 
Burchfield,£. H., Brownsville. 
Burges, V^ Vienna. 
Burke, J. J., Decaturville. 
Burke, M., Wet Glaze. 
Burks, S. O., Gallaway. 
Burlingham, A. H., St Louis. 
Bumham, W. H., Fulton. 
Burrows, J. H., Kanesville. 
Burrows, Lansing, Lexington. 
Burton, J., Granville. 
BuPby, W. C, Hannibal. 
Butler. C, Pleasant Top. 
Butler, R. L., Cherryville. 

NEBRASKA. 
Barden, H. A., Lancaster. 
Bingham, W.B.,Nebraska City. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Barren, O., Woodstock. 
Bedell, A., Coos. 
Bixby, G. W., Rumney. 
Blake, F. D., New London. 
Blake, S. A., Troy. 
Breed, J. B., Campton. 
Brown, A., Newton. 
Brown, C, Coneord. 
Bunker, V. K, N. Sanbornton. 
Bumham, C. W., Hopkinton. 



NEVST JERSEY. 
Baker, J. J., Naveslnk. 
Banvard, J., D. D., Patterson. 
Barbage, J., Caldwell. 
Barker, E. M., Cedarville. 
Barras, T., Baptisttown. 
Baxter, S., Newark. 
Beldon, J., Wertsville. 
Bentley, E. D.. Morristown. 
Bergfels, W. H., Elizabeth. 
Bliss, A. H., AUowaystown. 
Bradley, J. E., Moorestown. 
Brlnkerhoflr, C., N. Brunswick. 
Brittain, J. H., Vineland. 
Brown, E. S., Manahawkin. 
Brown, Wm. F., Pt. Pleasant 
Brown, J. F., D. D.,N.Bruns'k. 
Buchanan, J. C, Scotch Plains. 
Burdick, H. D., Millville. 

NETAT YORK. 

Babcock, , Andover. [sie. 

Babcock, R.,D.D^Poughkeep- 
Backus, J. S., D. D., New York. 
Bacon, C. L^ Townsend. 
Bagwell, J. D., Albany. 
B^ey, L., Cassville. 
Bailey, C, Plattsburg. 
Baker, L. 8., Russell. 
Baker, Nathan, Seneca Falle. 
Baker, W., Potter Centre. 
Balcom, B. F., Coming. 
Balcom, George, Watkins. 
Baldwin, G. C, D. D., Troy. 
Baldwin, P. B., New York. 
Ball, J. A., Castle Creek. 
Bandick, 8., Brooklyn. 
Bank, C. H., Holland. 
Baptiste, G. W.jNew Rochelle. 
Barker, £. M., Fenner. 
Barker, J. H., Adamsville. 
Barker, L., Jordanville. 
Barker, M., Canton. 
Barlow, J. L., Broadalbin. 
Barnes, D. D., West Leydon. 
Bames, (}., Kingston. 
Barnes, G. W., Madison. 
Barnes, H. F., Buffalo. 
Barnes, H. W., Niagara Falls. 
Barnes, J. D., Homer. 
Barnitz, M. R., Sag Harbor. 
Barrelle, A. C, Adam's Basin. 
Barry, J. B., Port Jefferson. 
Batchelder,A.K., Garrattsville. 
Bat«s, J. P., Weedsport 
Bates, L. C, Parma. 
Batson, T. A., Milford. 
Basten, W. F., Leroy. 
Baston, J., Point Chester. 
Beardsley, E., East Hillsdale. 
Becker, C. E., Amenia. 
Beebe, A. M., Hamilton. 
Beeman, J. M., Adams Centre. 
Behrends, A. J. F., Yonkers. 
Benedict E. L., Sardinia. 
Benedict F. W., Sloansville. 
Benedict, J. L., New York. 
Benedict, N. W., Rochester. 
Benedict W. F., Broadalbin. 
Bennett A., Freetown. 
Bennett A.M.,Eolland Patent. 
Bennett Ira, Seneca Falls. 
Bennett, J. L., Preston. 
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Benndtt; V. K., Grrvnport 
Berry, C, Yorkshire. 
Bidwell, S. S., Lima. 
Bigelow, J. R., New York. 
Birdsall, W. H.,:Otego. 
Blaisdell, C, Golton. 
Blanchard, £. M., Marathon. 
Blaodon, J. S., Frewsburg. 
Bleseoe, G. D., Amhurst. 
Bliss, B. W., Newbarg. 
Bliss, J. F., Churchvill©. 
Blount, E. G., Loraine. 
Boyce, P., Greenpoint, L. I. 
Bogart, W., Galway. 
Bogart, W. E., Candor Village. 
Bolton, L., Mowhawk. 
Booth, C. Mm Avon. 
Boothe, J. W. T., Greenpoint. 
Boughton, A., Milan. 
Bourne, C. C, East Worcester. 
Bower, G. W., Venice. 
Boxer, Jas., Sing Sing. 
Boynton, A. T., McLean. 
Brand, G., Parishville. 
Brasted, A. W., Hammonsport. 
Brasted, L., Barrington. 
Brasted, B. H., Sinclareville. 
Brackett, J. B., Brooklyn, E.D. 
Bridgeman, C. D. W., D. D., 
Albany. [Falls. 

Bringham, E. P., Wappinger's 
Bingham, G. H., Grotoa. 
Bright, Edw., D. D., New York. 
Bromley, H., Brooklyn. 
Bronson, I. B., Fayette vllle. 
Brooks, G. W., Addison. 
Brooks, Wm., Boston. 
Brooks, W. R., Hamilton. 
Bronner, J. J., New York. 
Brown, A. N., Binghamton. 
Brown, D. D., Earlville. 
Brown, J. E., Wayne. 
Brown, L. G., Barnes Comers. 
Brown, N., New York. 
Brown, P., Philadelphia. 
Brown, P. P., Madison. 
Brown, T. E., Rochester. 
Brown, W. G., East Chatham. 
Brown, Wm., Pleasant Valley. 
Brownell, £. W., Providence. 
Brownson, J.B., N.Woodstock. 
Buckland, R. J.W., D.D., Roch- 
Bundick, S., Brooklyn, [ester. 
Burdick, E. W., Thurman. 
Burdick, H. D., Cooperstown. 
Burnham, E. M., West Valley. 
Burt, D. E., Ellery Centre. 
Burnside, G. R., Mt. Vision. 
Burroughs, D., Big Flatts. 
Bush, A. D., Busti. 
Bash, W. S., Minerva. 
Butterfield, J., Oswego. 
Buyrn, E. M., Clayton. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Babb, T, W., Gatesville. 
Baldwin, J. K. 
Barber, B. L. 

Barkley, J. G., Rocky Mount. 
Barnes, A. H., Madison. 
Barrett, W., A., Franklinton. 
Baysraore, J. 
Beachum, E. F., Oxford. 
Beasley, J. M. 
Beek, A. W., Glaytonville. 



Best, G. 8., Eenanffville. 
Bennett, D. K. [wick. 

Bennett, Joel,ShalU>tte,Bruns- 
Bennett^ L., White's Store. 
Bennett, A. E. 
Bennett, L. B. 
Bennett, M., Battleboro*. 
Berry, W. C, East La Porte 
Birmingham, P., Wade8boro\ 
Blackwood, A. D., Gary. 
Blanton, J. R., Gotumbus. 
Bloomfield, G. W. 
Blyth, James. 

Blyth, J. W., Bowman's Bluff. 
Boon, L W., Gates Go. 
Boooe, J. B., Margaretsville. 
Bostwick, W. M., Pekin. 
Bowen, W., Hendersonville. 
Bowman, James. 
Boyd,Dan iel,Con wayborongh. 
Branson, J. L., Marshall. 
Brendle, E. D., Webster. 
Briggs, H., Egypt. 
Briggs, Wells, Elizabeth City. 
Briggs, W.K., Ivy. 
Broadaway, J. 
Brook, W. T., ForestvUle. 
Broomfield, J., Newton. 
Brown, D. B., Lenvir. 
Brown, Loveless, Halifox. 
Brown, W. G., Haroptonville. 
Bryan, J. M., Bowman's Bluff. 
Buchanan, J„ Bakersville. 
Buchanan, J. L., Webster. 
Buchanan, L., Big Meadow. 
Buchanan, Wm.S., Bakersville. 
Buck, Ananias, Halifax. 
Bullock, Zadoc, Fair Bluff. 
Bumgarner, John. 
Bunch, E., Mintonsville. 
Bunch, J., Windsor. 

OHIO. 
Babcoek, E. E., Ashtabula. 
Barnes, W. S., Jones' Corners. 
Barnes, S., Hinckley. 
Bassett, W.M.,Berlin Heights. 
Baumes, J. R., Springfield. 
Bawden, H. H., Elyria. 
Bedell, K.Xenia. 
Bennett, J., Iron Furnace. 
Bickford, M. L., Elyria. 
Bickel, P. W., Cincinnati. 
Binga, A^ Lee. 
Bitting, J. E., Euclid. 
Blodgett, J., Franklin. 
Bolles, J. R., Xenia. 
Booth, A. J., Russell's Place. 
Bowser, M., Belief on taine. 
Branch, John, Lockland. 
Brown, A., Hull Prairie. 
Brown, J. E., Maiden, W. Va. 
Brown, M., Cincinnati. 

Hroady, , Yellow Springs. 

Bryant, D., Urbana. 
Bryant, W., Burlington. 
Buell, A. J., Jackson C. H. 
Butler, E., Columbus. 

OREOON. 
Bond, G. W., Harrisburg. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Baldwin, N. B., L. Lexington. 
Ball, John A., LaceyviUe. 



Banks, Isaac, Buchanan. 
Barnes, Wm., Connelsville. 
Barr, S. P., Orrsville. 
Barto, C. E., Uniontown. 
Bat, John. 

Beebe, C, Eonxville. 
Beck, Levi G., Philadelphia. 
Bell,A.K.,D.D.,Allegheny City. 
Bender, J. T., Eagleville. 
Bevan, Isaac, Clark's Green. 
Bliss, G.R.,D.D., Lewisburg. 
Boardman, G. D., D. D., Phila. 
Bott, T. R., Philadelphia. 
Bowen, D. E.,. Wilkes barre. 
Bowman, Geo., Factoryville. 
Bowser, M. S., Rural Village. 
Boyer, S. K., Mount Union. 
Bradford, J. F., Centreville. 
Brasted, B. H., Pleasant ville. 
Bray, Henry, Bristol. 
Brensinger, G. J., Lewisburg. 
Brown, Jas. R., Harn den ville. 
Brown, B. F., Smithfield. 
Brower, Davis E., Doylestown. 
Burke, John, Antestown. 
Burroughs, E., Rome. 
Burwell, J. Y« Worthington. 
Burwell, W. F., Dunkard. 

RHODE ISLAND- 
Bainbridge, W.F., Providence. 
Barrows, G. E., Newport. 
Bates, Ira, Quidnlc, 
Bell, Edward, S. Providence. 
Benedict-, D., D.D., Pawtacket 
Bradford, & S., Providence. 
Brayton, J., Centreville. 
Bullen, G., Pawtucket 
Burrows, G. G., Quidnesett. 
Byram, B. P., Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Ballard, W. L., Cedar Falls. 
Barnwell, F. 

Bari7, John, Frog Level. 
Bartley, H. T., Lett's. ' 
Barton, H. M., Fair Play. 
Bateman, J. J., Society Hill. 
Beattie, W. Q., Bennettsville. 
Beck, W., Darlington. 
Beverly, W. D., Anderson. 
Bishop, J. C, Bonneau. 
Blythe, D., South Saluda. 
Boddie, D. A., Granite ville. 
Boiling, H., Orangeburg. 
Bonner, D., Grassy Pond. 
Bostick. J. M., Robertville. 
Boyce, J. P., D.D.,Greenville. 
Boykin- M., Camden. 
Boynton,Mo8es,Buford'sB*ge. 
Bowers, A., Highland Grove. 
Brandon, J. C, Bonneau 
Brasington, W. F. 
Broadus, L., Edgefield. 
Broadus, J.A,, D.D.,Greenville. 
Brockenton, I. P., Darlington. 

Brooker, W., Blackville. 
Brooks, E. B., Friendship. 

Brown, Wm., Liberty. 
Bruce, E. D., Townville. 
Brunson, Daniel D., Edgefield. 
Buist, J. F., Bamberg. 
Surge, J. G., Ebenezerville. 
Burn, J. W., Society Hill. 
Bums, Bryan, Pendleton. 



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Bnrris, JacoVAnderson. 
Barris, J. H., Pickens. 
BusBey, J. W^ Ck>ld Spring. 

TENNESSEE. 

Bailey, A. 

Baker, Jesse, Mossy Greek. 

Ball, L. a 

Barnes, J.T.,HopkinsriIle, Ky. 

Barrett, James. 

Barron, A. C, Chattanooga. 

Barron, J. T.jHopinsville, Ky. 

Barry ^. B., Batesville. 

Bass, H. 

Bateman, J., Moscow. 

Baxter, M. 

Beauchamp, R. A., Beelfoot. 

Bell, John. 

Beiote, R. 

Bennett, W. T., Spring Greek. 

Bethel, L. H. 

Bibb. G. J., Mt. Zion. [Plaint. 

Blankinship, R. S., Barren 

Bond, Robert. [ville. 

Boram, Joseph H., Durbams- 

Bose, Z. 

Brandon, A. J., Fosterville. 

Branham, I. B., Brownsville. 

Bray, 8. 

Breaker, D. M., Enoxrille. 

Brewer, J. W. 

Brickhouse, J. B., Glarksrille. 

Brown, J. L. 

Bruner, A. J., New Lebanon. 

Bruner, D^ Indian Mound. 

Branson. D., Indian Mound. 

Bryant, D. R., Grand Junction. 

Buckles, W. N., Blounceville. 

Burnett, M. D. L. 

Burns, D. E., Memphis. 

Burton, L. J., Memphis. 

Butler, J. B., Fulton. 

Butler, Louis. 

Byas, W., Friendship. 

TEXAS. 

Babb, D. S., Hamilton. 
Bacon, Thomas H., Austin. 
Baines, George W., Salado. 
Baldwin, Lewis, Alvarado. 
Bates, J. C.. Starkville. 
Baylor, R.E.B.,Independence. 
Beall, J., Bryan. 
Bean, James. Jasper. 
Bean, John, Jasper. 

Bell, ^ Belton. 

Billington, £. J., Mt. Calm. 
Bird, J., Double Horn. 



Birdwell, G.R, Mt. Enterprise. 
Blackshear, w. R., Bnrkville. 
Blackwell, E. E., Salado. 

Blanton, , Wheatyille. 

Bledsoe, J. S., Flora. 
Boone, W. G., Rutters7ille. 
Brooks, S. K, Towash. 
Brown, A., Paris. 
Brown, G. M., Salado. 
Brown, W. J., Ladonia. 
Buckner, H.F., Independence. 
Buckner, R. C., Paris. 
Buck, Wm. G., Waco. 
Buckner, Daniel, Paris. 
Budd, John, Fayettyille. 
Bumpass, J. C., Farmersville. 
Burleson. R. B., Waco. 
Burleson, R. G., Waco. 

Burnett, , Palestine. 

Burroughs, H. M.,Prairie Lea. 
Burton, F. A., Orange. 
Butler, R. F., Dallas. 
Butler, G. W., Woods. 
Butler, J., Bethel. 
Butler, J. J., Trinity Mills. 

VERMONT. 
Beeoher, D., West Pawlett. 
Bennett, J. G., Dummerston. 
Boardman, A. W., Vershire. 
Blaisdell, W. 8., Bridgport. 
Briggs, T. P., Whitingham. 
Brown, S. F., Gayendish. 
Bryant, J. G., West Enosburg. 
Burchard,H., Bennington. 
Burnham, E. M., Brattleboro*. 
Burrounhs, B. B.. Springfield. 
Burwell, J. D., Hmesburg. 
Buzzell, J. W., South Troy. 

VIRQINIA. 
Bagby, Alfred, Stevensville. 
Bagby, J. R., Ballsville. 
Bagby,R.H.,D.D., Stevensville. 
Bailey, J., flicksford. 
Bailey, W. C., Lawrenceville. 
Baldwin, N. G., Glade Spring. 
Banks, N. H., London Bridge. 
Barber,S.B.,Bowen8ville.rG.H. 
Baylor, R. H., Princess Anne 
Baynham, Wm. A., Loretto. 
Beale, Geo. W., Hague 
Bennett, A. A., -Gil boa.. 
Bennett, A. H., Stevensburg. 
Bevins, W. H. 

Binford, Thomas, Richmond. 
Bitting, G. G., Lynchburg. 
Bland, W. S., Midlothian. 
Blankenship, G. G., Lee G. H. 



Blenner, John, Richmond. 
Boatright, R. B., Marion. 
Bolton, A. D., Pembroke. 
Booker, R. K, Spring Mills. 
Booth, A., Taaewell C. H. 
Bradford, George.Modestown. 
Bragg, John, Peterstown. 
Briggs, Wm. S., Ruckerville. 
Brietow, J.B.,Walkers Church. 
Broaddus, Andrew, Jr., Sparta. 
Broaddua, Wm. F., D.r).,Fred- 

ericksburg. 
Brown, A. B., D.D.,Peyton8b'g. 
Brown, Jos. 8., Amherst G. H. 
Brown, Pleasant^ Halesford. 
Brown, Wm. N.,Matthews C.H. 
Bruce, S., Gul pepper G. H. 
Buckner, R. H. W., Guinea's. 
Buckells, W. A. 
Burrows.J.L.,D.D., Richmond. 
Burton, R. Ghristiansville. 
Butler, John M^ Richmond. 
3yrd, J., Scott Co. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Bailey, G. W., Pruntytown. 
Ball, Wm. T., Wayne G. H. 
Barnett, Aaron, Pruntytown. 
Barnett, Allison, Holbrook. 
Bartram, L., Fort Gay. 
Bennett, John, Steer Greek. 
Bibb, M., Wolf Greek. 
Boatright,R.B.,W.Sul.SpringH. 
Bragg, John, Peterstown. 
Brown, George, Buckhannon. 

WISCONSIN. 

Babcock, O. W., Menesha. 

Bailey, M., River Falls. 

Barbour, B. K., Manchester. 

Barbour, K D., Prarie du Sao. 

Barren, L., Elkhorn. 

Baston, W. H., Wauken. 

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ALABAMA. 

Gain, R.. North Port. 
Caldwell, J. R., Tuskeegee. 
Campbell, W.H.,Bladon Spr'gs. 
Carden. J. H. B., Columbiana. 
Carmichael, G. W., N. Market. 
Carpenter, J. M., Palmetto. 
Carroll, D., Arkadelphia. 
Carroll, W. H., Union Springs 
Carson, W^ GarroUton. 
Carter. J. E., Hunts ville. 
Castleberry, P., Cropwell. 
Catlett, J. F., Oofthep. 



Ghambliss, D. W., Russelville. 
Chandler, W. N., Cave Creek. 
Chism, J. M., Palmetto. 
Cleveland, W. C., Carlo wville. 
Cline. £., Bel I ville. 
Cloud, J. J., Shorter's Depot. 
Cobb, A. P., A-hville. 
Col ley, J. H., Equality. 
Collins, J. A., Cropwell. 
Cook. J. F., Brooklyn. 
Couch, A. B., Mobile. 
Cox, J. E., Jasper. 
Cox, R. 8., North Port. 
Ommpton, B. H.,Pleasant HUl. 



Culverson,fH. R., Gadsden. 
Gumbie, J. J., Honorville. 
Gurry, J. fl., GarroUton. 
Curry, W. G., Burnt Corn. 

ARKANSAS. 
Galloway, N. P.,Chambersville. 
Candell, J. V. 
Carnett, W. L., Smithfield. 
Carroll, John, Mt. Vernon. 
Cary, E., Moscow. 
Chambers, J. R., Portland. 
Champlain, J., Austin. 
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ChenanlLE. N., Magnolia. 
Clam, J., Rockport. 
Cochran, D.M ., Mineral Spr*g8. 
Cochran, 8. W., Pilot Hill. 
Coleman, H. H., Arkadeiphia. 
Coleman, R. J., Austin. 
Collins, N. G., Little Rock. 
Compere, B. L., Fort Smith. 
Coneway, P., Fort Smith. 
Cox, J. M., Des Arc. 
Graigr, J. T., Edinbarg. 
Creed, Micajah, Warren. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Charlton, Pred'c, Sacramento. 
Clark, A., Bishop Creek. 
Crittenden, 0., Mt. View. 

COLORADO. 
Casto, Joseph, G^eorgetown. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Carter, S. 8., Clinton. 
Chapman, B. F., Andover. 
Chase, J. N., Deep River. 
Cheeseboro, E., Stonington. 
Clark, A., Tolland. 
Crane, C. B., D. D., Hartford. 
Cummings, W. A., Essex. 
Coshman, E., Hartford. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Cuthbert, J. H., D. D., Wash- 
ington. 

FLORIDA. 
Campbell, C. D., Quincy; 
Cannon, J. J., Palatka. 
Chambers, K., Lake City. 
Childers, W. W., Tallahassee. 
Coleman, G. B., Dancanville. 
Cooper, W.B.,Stat.3,P.& G.R.R. 

GEORGIA. 
Callahan, W. W., Campellton. 
Callaway, A. R., Long Cane. 
Callaway, B. M., Washington. 
Callaway, J. M., West Point. 
Callaway, 8. P., West Point. 
Camble, A., McEvansyille. 
Camp, E. A., Van West. 
Camp. J. C, Newnan. 
Campbell, G. M., Elberton. 
Campbell, J. H., Thomasville. 
Campbell, P.F., Mountain Hill. 
Carlisle, R., dimming. 
Carmichael, H., Whitesville. 
Carswell, E.R.,Richmond Fac- 
Carter, J. A.Washington, [tory. 
Carter, M., Albany. 
Carter, 8., Milledgeville. 
Cassidy, H. E., Guyton. 
Cawood, J. H., Preston. 
Champion, J. M., Isabella. 
Chandler, A^ Elberton. 
Chandler, W. D. 
Chaudoin, W. N., Albany. 
Cheek, C, Dallas. 
Cheney, P. M., Covington. 
Clark, J. T., Cuthbert. 
Clarke, W. H., Albany. 
Clay, J. B., Cairo, No. 20. 
Clement, B. F., Pinkney ville. 
Ol^n^ta, J., Libtrt;^ Hill. 



Cload, A. B., Jonesboro*. 
Coalson, W., Van Wert 
Goates, K J., Iron ton. 
Coates, Nathan, Eatonton. 
Coil, J. N., Lexington. 
Collier, E. W , Hawkinsville. 
Collins, W. J., Perry. 
Colmon, G. B., Cairo, No. 20. 
Conner, G. C, Atlanta. 
Cook, D., Covington. 
Cooper, G. F., Americas. 
Cooper, T. By Conyers. 
Cooper, W. H., Albany. 
Corley, J. H., Glen Alta. 
Com, A., Hiwassee. 
Coston, J. W., Sandersville. 
Crawford, W. L., Georgetown. 
Cross, J. M., Midville. 
Camming, T. J., Sandersville. 

ILLINOIS. 
Cain, L A., Earl. 
Cairns, J., Pairbury. 
Caldwell, 8. C, Deer Park. 
Caleway, 8. T., Tuscola. 
Campbell, J. B., Ellis' Grove. 
Caraker, J., Dongola. 
Card, W. H., Sandwich. 
Carlock, M^ Dongola. 
Carnahan, D. F., Springfield, 
earner, W. H.jSparta. 
Carothers, F. W., Anna. 
Carpenter. B. B., Griggsville. 
Carr, H. M., Virdin. 
Carr, L. C, Griggsville. 
Carroll, Henry, Chicago. 
Carson, J., Livingston. 
Carter, James, Petersburg. 
Cartwright, J. 

Castlebury. G., Athens ville. 
Cauch, J., Malta. 
Caudle, .1. C, 8cott8ville. 
Cauley, N., 8helbyville. 
Cell, J., Centralia. 
Chamneps, W. B. 
Chapman, T. C, Stonington. 
Chatham, J. 

Chilton, H. T., Sumnerville. 
Christy, E. H., OIney. 
Church, L., Chicago. 
Clarage, J., Jerseyville. 
Clark, C. D., Petersburg. 

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Colby, A. J., Hadley. 

Cole, J., Du Quoin. 

Cole, J. D., D. D., Cordova, 

Cole, R. 8., Carrollton. 

Coleman, Z., Chicago. 

Coleway, 8. 8., Tuscola. 

Coley, J. M., Springfield. 

Colver, C. K., Mt. ^rroll. 

Colver. N., D. D., Chicago. 

Colweil, B. F., Ontario. 



Conrad, P^ Onarga. 
Conyers, J. B., Oneida. 
Cooker, N., Versailles. 
Cool, L., Sheldon. 
Cooley, E. A., Litchfield. 
Coon, R. R., Pana. 
Cooper, M., Versailles. 
Corfield, E. F., Macomb. 
Corley, N. 

Corzlne, C, Dongola. 
Corzine, J. H., Dongola. 
Corzine, G. B.. Dongola. 
Cox, E., Winchester. 
Crane, D. 8., Herron's Prairie. 
Creswick, J. W., Vandalia. 
Crewson, J.W., Elizabethtown. 
Crist, George, Tuscola. 
Christy, H., OIney. 
Cromwell, J. D., Peoria. 
Cross, Charles, Kickapoo. 
Crow, J. H.. Noble. 
Culp,D., Vienna. 
Culp, 8. B., Carlinvllle. 
Curry, H. P., Oak Ridge. 
Curry, J. A., Petersburg. 

INDIANA. 
Cain, D. L., Rockport. 
Camp. W. O., Fulsomville. 
Campbell, A., Wheeling:. 
Campbell, T. P., South Bend. 
Caphnger, W. A., Valparaiso. 
Carothers, I., Stanford. 
Carter, A., Newborn. 
Carter, Jj. Warsaw. 
Carter, W., Columbus. 
Cartwright, W., Steam Comer. 
Chambers, J., Lancaster. 
Clancy, T. F., Lawrenceburg. 
Clark, C. A., Huntington. 
Clark, I. N., Franklin. 
Clark, M. C, Scotland. 
Clark, 8. 8., Thomtown, 
Cobb, H., Curtisville. 
Coker, I., Vienna. 
Cole, W., Bloomfield. 
Collier, I. F., Markleville. 
Col ton, L., Pleasant Lake. 
Colyer. I. C. 
Connelly, A., Milan. 
Cook, R. H., Warsaw. 
Cool, W., Perrysburg. 
Cooprider, E., Martz. 
Cormet, J., Houston. 
Cox, J. B., Union ville. 
Craft, J., South Bend, 
Craig, R. R., Thorntown. 
Crim, M. D., Mitchell. 
Cummings, J. T., Huron. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Christie, Smith. 

IOWA. 
Call, L. N., Hampton. 
Carpeater, A., Eldora. 
Carson, J., Panora. 
Case, M. M. 
easier, L., Chariton. 
Cassady, J. D., Iowa Centre. 
Chapin, A., Dubuque. 
Chapman, W., tJresco. 
Cheetham. J., Oskaloosa. 
Childs, J. F., Oskaloosa. 
Clapp, R. A., Ottumwa. 



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Clark. T.W„De Witt. 
Cole, A. T., Waver I y. 
Cole, J. L., Ottumwa. 
Conger, O. T., Wintersett. 
Connelly, I ».. Prairie City. 
Coolev. D. H., Cedar Rapids. 
Crandall, P. S., Clear Lake. 
Crane, E., Mt. Pleasant. 
Craven, J. 6. 
Cressey, T. R., Indianola. 
Crittenden, O. L.. Peila. 
Carrier, J., Harlan. 
Cutting, G. W., Dresden. 

KANSAS. 
Cabal, H., Elizabethtown. 
Cauldwell, W., Leavenworth. 
Childers, G. W., Easton. 
Chilson, J., New Lancaster. 
Clark, W. A., Lawrence. 
Cloud, H. S., Parallel. 
Conrey, L. C, Osage. 
Cook, R., Easton. 
Cook, R.Sy Huron. 
Cope, G. W., Eureka. 
Cowney, 8. C, Osage. 
Cozad, S. H., Huron. 
Curtis, Alonzo, Hiawatha. 

KENTUCKY. • 
Caperton, A. C, Maysfield. 
Carlisle, N. H., Crittenden. 
Carpenter, P., Sexton Creek. 
Cessna, F. S., Hod(;lnsville. 
Chadwick, J. L., Marioa. 
Cham bliss, A. W., Maysville. 
Chambliss, W. E., Richmond. 
Chapman, A., Hopkiosville. 
Champion, Willis, Cadiza. 
Childreps, F. C. 
Chilton, L.S. 

Chester, J. M., Beechland. 
Ooffman, H. P., Big Spring. 
Coleman, J. M. 
Coleman, J. 8., Beaver Dam. 
Coleman, T. H., Bardstown. 
Colgen, D, 8., Owennboro*. 
Collins, A. D., Traveller's Best. 
Cook, S., Harrodsburg. 
Coulson, G. A., Glendale. 
Cox, J. D. 
Cox. J. W. 
Cravins; M. 8. 

Crawford, Jas. 8., Maysfield. 
Crawford, J. M., Shelbyville, 
Crawford, N. M., D. D., George- 
town. 
Crenshaw, — ^ Slaughtersville. 
Crews, H. G. 
Cunn, J. D., Ashland. 
Candi£f, B. Y., Owensboro*. 

LOUISIANA. 
Carpenter, J. C, New Orleans. 
Carter, Nelson. 
Causey, T. J., Hog Branch. 
Chambers, Julius, Shreveport. 
Christian, Jas. 

Clemmons, A. E., Shreveport. 
Collins, P. E., Arcadia. 
Cork. H. M. 

Courtney, F., Mt Lebanon. 
Crawford, Peter, Keachi. 
Crawford, W.W.,SnmmitGrove. 
Cunningham, J. H. 
Cunningham, V. G. 

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MAINE. 

Case, C, Patten. 
Gary, C. L., Bradford. 
Chapman, J. T., Waterville. 
iJhase, R., Well's Depot. 
Chase, 8. L. B., Bangor. 
Clark, Wm. H., Mt. Vernon. 
Copeland, W. H., Shapleigh. 
Carthell, Wm.,North Sedgwick. 
Cox, 8., Starks. 
Cox, O. E., Meddybemps. 
Coy, E., South Litchfield. 
Crane A. R., Hallowell. 
Cummings, A. W., Carthage. 

MARYLAND. 

Ghambliss, J. E., Baltimore. 
Chandler, H. J , Poolesville. 
Chilis, W. I., Nanjemoy. 
OounoiU, J. G., Newtown. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Carr,A.W., Medfield. 
Carlton, G. J., Newton Centre. 
Carpenter, C. H. 
Carpenter, G., Lanesboro*. 
Caswell, L. E., Boston. 
Chaplin, A. J., Conway. 
Chapman, Nathan, Barnstable. 
Chase, E. E., Hyannis. 
Cheever, 8., Manchester. 
Cheney, D. B., E. Boston. 
Chick, J. M., South Groton. 
Child, W. C, Boston. 
Clark, Henry, Pittsfield. 
Clarke, T. W., East Boston. 
Clarke, W. N., Newton Centre. 
Cleaves, F. E., Fitchburg. 
Coburn, W. L., Norton. 
Colburn, J. D. 

Colby, Lewis, Cambridgeport, 
Cole, Chas., Haverhill. 
Cole, Gideon, Weymouth. 
Colesworthy, G., Agawam. 
Gonant, Thos., North Scituate, 
Converse, Otis, Worcester. 
Cooke, C. A., Fiskdale. 
Cooke, H. A., Boston. 
Cooke, N. B., Clappville P. O. 
Coombs, H. G., Pocasset. 
Coombs, J., Rehoboth. 
Cox, O. E., South Amesbury. 
Crane, D. M., Greenfield. 
Crawford, J. E. 
XIrawley, T. W., Beading. 
Cummings, E. A., Boston. 
Curtis, Moses, Belchertown. 
Gushing, P. L., Middleboro*. 

MICHIGAN. 
Gall, O. B., Okemos. 
Carey, T. H., Farmington. 
^arman, I. N., Hudson. 
Chaffee, G. T., Hudson. 
Chase, G. 8., Detroit. 
Chase, 8., Detroit. 
Chenowith, J., Belleville. 
Church, L., A\msu 
Church, v.. Fen ton. 
Glutz, G., Walled Lake. 
Cook, L. R., Columbia. 
Cornelius, 8., Ann Arbor. 
Cornelius, 8., Jr., Detroit. 
Cornell, A., Smyrna. 



Covey, E. H., Indian Creek. 
Cox, J. 8., Noshville. 
Granson, Nelson, Decatur. 
Gressy, F. B., Niles. 
Currey, Alfred, North Branch. 
Curtias, E., Hastings. 

MINNESOTA. 

Cady, E., Dodge City. 
Case, A., Garden City. 
Chute, A., Plain view. 
Chile, A. L., Owatonna. 
GogKSwell, W., Shakopee. 
Gonklin, V. B., Kenyon. 
Cressey, E. J., Owatonna. 
Cressey, E. W., Richfield. 
Cristenson, G. H., South Bend. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Carson, , Columbus. 

Carter, E. L., Williamsburg. 
Clark, A., Lake. 
Clark, N. L., Decatur. 
Cochran, J. H., Durant 
Goopwood, W. L., Charleston. 
Cook, J. A., Ruckersville. 
Gross, J. L., Golliersville. 
Grossley, J., Tocapola. 

MISSOURI. 
Caldwell, R. 8. D., Steelville. 
Caldwell, W. P. C., Cornelia. 
Callaway, J. R.,Pleasant Hope 
Carey, G., Greenland. 
Garkey, W. R. 
Garlin. A., Cassville. 
Garrj Thomas E., Rolla. 
Garrico, J. B., Stockton. 
Chandler, J. M., 8pringfieid. 
Chauncey, P. W., Fairfield. 
Christy, J. B., New Castle. 
Clark, B., Easton. 
Clark, E., Little Yard. 
Clark, J. A., Wilson. 
Clark, T.. Macon City. 
Clark, W., Lookout. 
Clay, Jeremiah, Platte City. 
Clay, John, Ridgeley. 
Cleveland, J , St. Mary's. 
Cleveland, W., Emerson, 
eleven ger, E. 
Clifton, D., Fort Henry. 
Cobb, Ambrose. 
Golihon, W., Lake Spriag. 
Collins, 8. L., Amazonia. 
Golwell, T., Macon City. 
Conn, M. G. 
Conta, W. R., Littleby. 
Cook. J. F., Legrange. 
Cornish, J. A., Marchfield. 
Coster, Wm., Lebanon. 
Gostull, H., Eureka. 
Craig, W. B., Paris. 
Granfleld, G. W., Buffalo. 
Grearey, W., Gold water ' 
Groucti, G. A., Spring Hill. 
Grow. J. L.. Chaoel Hill. 
Crumb, C. B., Bloomfleld. 

NEBRASKA. 

Garrington, J., Tecum seh. 
Clarke. E. L., Seward Centre. 
Glarkston. R., Liberty. 
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Gha£9m, A. W., HndRon. 
Chamberlain, F., Milford. 
Chapin. J. P., North Conway. 
Chase, W., Woodstock. 
Chase, W. T., Dover. 
Clement, J., Fisherville. 
Coburn, J. M., Suncock. 
Colburn, A., Plaistow. 
Cooke, 8., Concord. 
Coombs, S., Fisherville. 
Corey, C. H., Seabrook. 
Culver, L., Dublin. [anon. 
Cammings, E. E., D. D., Leb- 

NEW JERSEY. 
Cailhopper, F. T., Keyport. 
Capwell, E., Jersey City. 
Carpenter, J. M., Burlington. 
Case, S., Mlnisink, N. Y. 
Chase, L., Hightstown. 
Clapp, O. C, Vineland. 
Clark,C.W., Red Bank.. 
Colter, G., Medford. 
Gonstantine, A. A., Jersey City, 
Cordo, C. E., Hudson City. 
Cordo, H. A., Jersey City. 
Cox, C, Squan Village. 
Cox, M. R., Stockton. 
Cox, 8. L., Plain field. 
Craig. J. T., Livingston. 
Crowell, W.,D. D., Burlington. 
Custis, J. W., Bordentown. 

NEW YORK. 

Cady. H., Solon. 
Calkins, H. M., Pike. 
Capron, B. W., Millport. 
Card, H. S. 

Carpenter, C. G., Orleans. 
Carpenter, Wra., Westerloo. 
Carryer, B. H., Friendship. 
Case, J. B., Hawley, Pa. 
Chamberlain,A.H.S., N. Berlin 
Chambers, A., N. Parma. 
Chaplin, A. J., Candor. 
Cheeney, R., Perrv. 
Cherryman, R., Hinsdale. 
Chesshire, J. E., Amsterdam. 
Child, J. B., Gouverneur. 
Church, P., D.D., New York. 
Church, W., Burlington Flats. 
Clapp, W. S., Carmel. 
Clark, A. L., Lake. 
Clark, 1., LeRoy. 
Clark, P. R., Sonora. 
Clark, T. R., Italy Hill. 
Clark, Wm., Waterville. 
Clarke, G. W., Ballston Spa. 
Clowe, G. W., Hudson. 
Cobb, D. A., Horicon. 
Cole, A., Summer Hill. 
Cole, A. M.. East Durham. 
Cole, A. T., Rushford. Fville. 
Coleman, M. M., West Clarks- 
Colby, L., Nunda. 
Colgrove, C Yorkshire Cen. 
Collins, Am East Gal way. 
Collins, D. B., Bennettsville. 
Collins, R., Middlegrove. 
Combs, N., Wiltoi. 
Compton, L.F., R ithboneville. 
Conant, T. J., D. D., Brooklyn. 
Connolly, W. R., Brockton. 
Conover, J. G., Ulysses. I 



Conover, E., Lebanon Springs, 
Conway, T. W., New York. 
Cook, A., Galway. 
Cook, John, Huntington, L. I. 
Coon, Chas., Parishville. 
Cooper, J., Rondout. 
Corbett, R., Towlesville. 
Corbin, W. D., 8. W. Oswego. 
Cordo, C. E., Warwick. 
Corey, D., North Hector. 
Corey, D. G., D. D., Utica. 
Corey, 8. A., New York. 
Cormac, W., Dundee. 
Cornell, H., Port Crane. 
Corwin, D., Charlotteville. 
Covell, L., New York. 
Crain, C. 8., Georgetown. 
Crandall, B., Andover. 
Crandall, J. M., Virgil. 
Crane, E. F., Wellsville. 
Crane, W. J., Pembroke. 
Crawley, T. W., Amenia. 
Crocker, Geo., S. Bradford. 
Cross, P., Panama. 
Crosson, G., Oswego Creek. 
Crumb. J. W., Peekskill. 
Cull, Thomas, Albany. 
Culver, 8. W., Lowville. 
Cutting. S. 8., D.D., New York. 
Cutler, D., Unadilla Forks. 
Cutler, H. H., Richville. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Calahan, D. H. 
Carpenter, I)., Mull Grove. 
Carroll, J. L., Oxford. [tion 
Cash well, James, Bladen Sta- 
Caudle, A., Lanesboro'. 
Caudle, J. H., Little Yadkin, 
Chapel, J. W., Wilkesboro'. 
Cheek, H., Bugles. 
Church, Wm., Job's Cabin. 
Church, W. M., Lewis Fork. 
Churchill, O., Chalk Level. 
Clark, J., Mountain Creek. 
Cobb, J. H. 

Cohen, A. D., Newbem. 
Col lis, James, Bakersville. 
Coms,8. M., 

Connelly , P. C, Montpelier. 
Conner, W. H., Lufty. 
Conway, D. W. 
Com, A. J., Hendersonville. 
Corn. N. P., 

Cornish, J. A., Lexington. 
Covington, B. G. 
Craig, A. M., Windsor. 
Crawford, W. R., Kurlin's Hill. 
Crouch, J. 

Crntchfield, E., Columbia. 
Cnlbreth, H., Rutherfordton, 

OHIO. 
Caldwell, J. E., Hercerville. 
Carr, M., Carthagenia. 
Carr. S., Lebanon. 
Campbell, D., Van Buren. 
Case, J. W., Jackson C. H. 
Carter, H., Sharonville. 
Chaffee, C. T., Akron. 
Chambers, J., Greenfield. 
Chtf>iiian. 1. iVl., 'Iroy. 
C lapell. F. L., Middletown. 
Chavois, J., Martin's Ferry. 
Child, I., Madison. 



Child8,T.P.,Troy. 
Churchill, G. W., Cumberland. 
Clark, E. W., Tiffin. 
Clark, G. R.T., Yellow Springs. 
Clark, J. W. B., Portsmouth. 
Clouse, N., Granville. 
Clouse, W., Garrets vi lie. 
Cofer, C. B., Pine Grove. 
Colb^, H. F., Dayton. 
Collins, S. A., Cincinnatt. 
Colwell, R. L., Springfield. 
Corwin, I., Norwalk. 
Covert, J. 8., Graysville. 
Cox, Harrison, Richmondale. 
Cradie, J., Burlington. 
Cradie. W. P., Burlington. 
Craig, J. E., Centre ville. 
Crandall. N., Rochester. 
Cunningham, A., Cleveland. 
Cunningham, R.B, N. Antioch. 

OREGON. 

Chandler, G. C, D. D., Mc- 

Minnville. 
Clark, J. J., Vancouver, W. T. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Calkin, A. M., Waverly. 
Cal lender, Nathan. 
Callender, Newell. 
Case, John B., Hawley. 
Case. W. W., Philadt-lphia. 
Castle, J. H., D. D., Philada. 
Cathcart, Wm , Philadelphia. 
Cauldwell, A. P., Sharpsburg. 
Chase, A. B., Tioga. 
Christine, J. S.. Lairdsville. 
Clark, N.Judson, Philadelphia. 
Clouse, D. L., Harlansburg. 
Clothier, Chas. W., Philada. 
Clapp, T. E., Williamsport. 
Codville, Wm., Philadelphia. 
Cole, If>aac, Philadelphia. 
Cole, T. J., Waverly. 
Collins, A. J., Library. 
Collins, J. M., Mosiertown. 
Compton, A. G., Downingtown. 
Connelly, W. B., Corry. 
Corn forth, G., Harrisburg. 
Cook, R. B., Holmesburg. 
Conard, W. H., Southampton. 
Cornwell, W. E., Bustleton. 
Coulston. Thos. P., Philada. 
Cowden, W. F., New Castle. 
Coxey, Wm., Philadelphia. 
Craig, H. K., Waynesboro'. 
Cramer, J. K-., Elizabeth. 
Crane, E. F., Oil City. [phia. 
Creswell, 8. J.. D. D., Philadel- 
Crotchfield, N. B., New Lex- 
Cyr, N., Philadelphia, fiugton. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Caldwell,8.L.,D.D.,Providence 
Carpenter, J. W., Exeter. 
Caswell, A., D. D., Providence 
Chesebrough,I.,B.Providence 
Church, Isaac M., Wakefield. 
Clarke, G. K., E. Greenwich. 
Cooke, N. B., Lonsdale. 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Campbell, T. J., Pickens. 
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Carpenter, B. J., Piereetown. 
Carpenter, J. M., Anderson. 
Carr, W.,Charieeton. 
Carson, W. B., Reidville. 
Carter, J. G., Spartanburg. 
Cartledge, A. M., Monticello. 
Cave, B. M., Barnwell. 
Chambers, P., Horse Shoe. 
Chaplin, W. P., Orangeburg. 
Chapman, J., Pickens. [Grore 
Chastain, B. E., Highland 
Chisolm, J., Pocotaligo. 
Chovin, C. E., Robertville. 
Coleman, J. W., Dyson's. 
Collins, E., West Union. 
Cooper, J., Simpson's Mill. 
Cooper, Wm., Williston. 
Corley, B. F., Long Bun. 
Covington, J. C, Bennettsville. 
Crane, W., Whilden. 
Oroxton, J. L., Pleasant Hill. 
Calpepper, J., Timmonsville. 
Curtis, Wm.jLL.D., Limestone. 
Cuthbert, L , Aiken. [Springs. 
Cuttino, D. W., Manmng. 

TENNESSEE. 
Canada, J. B., Macon. 
Caperton.A.C, A.M., Memphis. 
Carlton, J. N., Ripley. 
Carmichael, G. W., Salem. 
Carney, M. G., Clarkesville. 
Carson, J. W., Double Bridges. 
Carter, A., Flag Pond. 
Cates, J. M. D., Readyville. 
Cearly, J. W., Milam. 
Chambers, J. M., Saulsbary. 
Chesnutt, I. R. 
Cotfey, H., Fayette Corner. 
Coleman, R. A., Yorkville. 
Collinsworth, T. H., Haynes. 
Coltharp, G. H. 
Conner, C. C, D. D., Ripley. 
Coram, J. S. 

Cossett, L. P., SaulsbUry. 
Cottrill. W. L. 
Covey, E. S., Hamburg. 
Cox, Asa. 

Crawford, R. N., Saulsbury. 
Cross, A. H. 

Cross, J. L., Colliersville. 
Crouch, W. A. 

Crutcher,L.J.,NewProvidence. 
Culver, D. V., Fall Branch. 
Curry, J. H. 



TEXAS. 

Galahan, H. B., Athens. 
Caldwell, S. L, Circle ville. 
Caler, C. F., Kentucky Town. 
Callahan, M. M., Carthage. 
Calloway, Wm., Snow Hill. 
Calthrop, E. S., Kaufman. 
Capers, L. R., Livingstone. 
Caperton, M. T., Lockhart. 
Caperton, W. G., Troup. 
Carroll, B. H., Waco. 
Carroll, John, Hickory Hill. 
Carroll, J. B., Woods. 
Carter, M. B., Jacksonville. 
Carter, E. M., Tyler. 
Carter, E. M., Lancaster. 
Carter, J. H., Cleburne. 
Carter, J. M., Rusk. 
Chandler, J. N., Acton. 
Chandler, Newton, Acton. 
Chandler, P. B., Fayettville. 
Chapman, W. D.,Farmersville. 
Chai-e, W. T., Leona. 
Choice, TuUy. Jamestown. 
Christian, J. R., Omega. 
Christmas, J., Belmont. 
Clabaugh, John, Centreville. 
Clark, H., Independence. 
Clark, J. R., Unionville. 
CI an ton, T. R., Canton. 
Clay, R. C, Jamestown. 
Clemmons, A. R., Marshall. 
Clifton, R. A., Trinity Co. 
Cole, M., Lexington. 
Colvm, W., Tennessee Colony, 
Compere, Lee, Corsicana. 
Compere, T. H., Corsicana. 
Oonnelly, J. W., Bonham. 
Cook, J. D., New Salem. 
Cooper, J. N., Pleasanton. 
Cotton, T. W., Farmington. 
Covey, J. E. V., Concrete. 
Cox, L. K, Lockhart. 
Crane, W. C, Independence. 
Crenth. J. W. T)., Cold Springs. 
Cross, S. S., Brenham. 
Cummins, Wm., Ladonia. 
Cunningham, V. G., Caldwell. 
Currie, R. M., Lavernia. 
Cutler, T. N., San Pedro. 

VERMONT. 

Campbell, H. I., Albany. 
Carpenter, M., WindhanL 



Carpenter, I. C, Pifctsford. 
Chase, J. K., Vershire. 
Chandler, J., Barford. 
Coon, C, Essex. 
Cud worth, N., Perkinsville. 
Cunningham, O., Rutland. 

VIRGINIA.' 
Cawthom, J. H., Evergreen. 
Chambliss, J. A , Richmond. 
Chancellor, M S., Fredericks- 
Chaplin, C. C, Danville, [burg. 
Christian, James H., Wiison^s 
Landing. [Depot. 

Cleveland, P., Greenwood 
Cobb, N. B., Portsmouth. 
Coleman, J. D., Flippo's. 
Corprew, E. G., Portsmouth. 
Corron, J. P., Blue Ridge. 
Cosby, B. E., Manchester. 
Council, Jas.G., Matthews O.H. 
Crandoll, W. A., Williamsburg. 
Creath, J. R., Jarretts. 
Cridlin,R.W., Chesterfield C.H. 
Crittenden,J.C., Shackelfords. 
Crocker, J. H., City Point. 
Crowder, H.. Sutherlin. 
Cummings, D., Hampton. 
Cundiflf, H. F., Heathsville. 
Curry,J.L.M., LL.D., Richm'd. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Cade, B., Winfield. 
Cain, T. H., Reedy. 
Callison, A., Meadow BlulF. 
Carter, John, Cabell, C. H. 
Carter, J. W., Parkersburg. 
Gather, F. J., Clarksburg. 
Cavendish, J. C, Mountain 
Clarke, G. W., Union. [Cove. 
Conn, G. F. C, Laurel Point. 
Coon, A. M., Sardis. 
Growl, L W., Granville. 

^?VISCONSIN. 
Garr, 8., Baraboo. 
Chandler, I. H. 
Chapin, N. E., Merton. 
Chapin, W. J., Bangor. 
Clark, Ira D., Berlin. 
Clarke, J. C. C, Madison. 
Colby, R. H., Lamartine. 
Cole, A. L., Milwaukee. 

Cook, . Columbus. 

Cook, W. L., Millard. 



ALABAMA. 
Daniel, L, T., Clifftoir. 
Daniels, Jordan, Enfanta. 
Davis, W. W., Sheffield. 
Dean, H., Letohatchie. 
Dean, V. H., Walnut Grove. 
De Loach, J., Reform, 
De Witt, L. L., Choctaw Corner. 
Duncan, D., Yorkville. 

ARKANSAS. 
Daniel, W.. Dorcheatte. 
Davis, G. W., Arkadelphia. 
Dobbs, J. F., Boonsborough. 
Dockett, Wm., Friendship. 
Dodson, Thos., Fayetteville. 
Dover, E. B., Hickory Plains. 
Downs, J. E., Falcon. 



Dunagin, Jasper, Pea Ridge. 
Dunn, W. E., Princeton. 
Dyer, E. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Davis, G. E., San Francisco. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Darrow, G. R., Willimantic. 
Davies, T., South Norwalk. 
Day, Arthur, Fivft Mile River. 
Denison, A. B., Clinton. 
Denison, Wm., Winthrop. 
Dietz, H. L., New Haven. 
Dowling, T., Andover. 

FLORIDA. 
Dees, F., Houston. 



Duval, W. T., Sopchoppy. 

GEORGIA. 
Dagg, J. H.,*For8yth. i 

Daniel, D. G., Savannah. 
Daniel, F. M., Newnan. 
Daniel, J. C. 

Darsey, W. G., Savannah. 
David, F. C, Columbus. 
David, J. W., Columbus. 
Davis, G. B., Fayetteville. 
Davis, J. B. S., Jefferson. 
Davis, J. J., Midville. 
Davis, Jonathan. Albany. 
Davis, M., Hillville. 
Davis, W. H., Richmond Fact'y. 
Dean, T., Atlanta. 
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De Arman, S., Orange. 
DeaTors, 1. B., Buena Vista. 
Denton, J. G., Dallas. 
DeVotie, J. H., Columbui. 
Dlcken, H. T., Locust Groye. 
Dickson, H. T., Griffin. 
Dodd, J, 8., Fairburn. 
Dodson, W. H. C, Griffin. 
Donaldson, J. M., Buckeye. 
Doyal, L. T., Griffin. 
Dufly, D. L., Jonesboro. 
Duggan, Asa, Wai-thens* Store. 
Duncan, A., Elberton. 
Duncan^ R. L., Decatur. 
Dunn, w., Spring Place. 
Durham, A., Hawkinsville. 
Durham, S. W., Butler. 

ILLINOIS. 
Dacns, T. A., Jonesboro. 
Dale, li. A., Sandoval. 
Dale, T., Mt. Vernon. 
Daniels, J. H., Bath. 
Ifarrow, G. W., O'Fallon. 
Davenport, M., Jacksonville. 
Davis, A., Wakefield. 
Davis, H., D. D., Rock Island. 
DaviSf John, Salisbury. 
Davis, O.,' Atlanta. 
Davis, Wm. 

Dawson, T. W. B., Troy. 
Dean, D. S., Lena. 
DeBaptiste, R., Chicago. 
Deck, J. S., Upper Alton. 
DeFoe, Dr., McLeansboro. 
Delano, A. J., Plainfield. 
Dement, R.. Du Quoin. 
Dempsey, B., Hale. 
Denham. S., Webb's Prairie. 
Deppe, H. 8., Freeburg. 
DeWitte, 0. J., Chatham. 
Dibell J. B., Mokena. 
Dickenson, O. C, Joliet. 
Dillard, L., Dorchester. 
Dirickson, S. W., Mt. Vernon, 
Dodge, Chas. E.,Bloomington. 
Dodge, G. W., Aurora. 
Dodson, A., Jerseyville. 
Dodson, E., Kane. 
Doty, F. M., Neoga. 
Doty, J. M., Casey. 
Douglas, W. H., Oblong City. 
Dowel 1, Wm., Petersburg. 
Drury, G. N., Sparland. 
Duling, R. M., Quincy. 
Duncan, A., Petersburg. 
Duncan, R. M., Shawneetown. 
Dunham, E. W., Pleasant View. 
Durham, A., Jonesboro. 

1 INDIANA. 

Dark, J. H., Orleans. 
Daughters. B. W., EIrod. 
Davis, R.. Waveland. 
Day, H., D. D., Indianapolis. 
Dean, A., Cotinersville. 
Deckard, J.R., Franklin. 
Delinger. J., Mercury. 
Delp,E. J., Fulton. 
Dooley. A. H.. TCentland. 
Doolittle, W., Union City. 
Dunham, B , Westport. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Durant, Mondy. 



lO^ATA. 
Darby, C, Fairfield. 
Daughters, C, Hitt. 
Davis, T., Confidence. 
Deavers, J. S., Union City. 
Dekraan, H., Davenport. 
Delano «J. H., Charleston. 
Denison, J. W., Denison. 
DeWitt, J. v., Marion. 
Dickerson, F., Chequest. 
Doud, G. W., Blue Grass. 
Drummond, W., Amador. 
Dunlap, R., LeClaire. 

KANSAS. 
Davidson, C, Wyandotte 
Dean, A. H., Paola. 
Dooley, Wm., Ottumwa. 
Downer, J. R., Sallna. 

KENTUCKY. 
Dagg, J. F., Hopkinsville. 
Daniel, T. M ., Cliriatiansburg. 
Daughetee, A. J., Stanford. 
Davis, A. G., Owensboro. 
Davis, J. S., Brownville. 
Dawson, J. H., Hawesville. 
Dawson, J. M., Owensboro. 
Dean, John, Litchfield. 
Deboe, Marion, Marion. 
Denmour, L. fl. 
Deracken, S. E. 
Dickens. C. W, 
Dickens, E. N., Russellville. 
Dickson, T. 8. S., Fredonia. 
Dikes, Jas., Sexton Creek. 
Dillard, R. J., Lexington. 
Dodds, C. E. W., Richmond. 
Donelson, R., Bowling Green. 
Dough terty,A.J.,Crab Orchard. 
Dowden, !>., Brandenburg. 
Dudley, R. M., Louisville. 
Duncan, Jno., Hardenville. 
Dung^ass, Chas., Middleburg. 
Dunham, A., Milbum. 
Dunn,Malachia,Bowli'g Green. 
Dupee, G. W., Paducah. 
Durham, J. D., Bowling Green. 
Durham, J. G., Bowling Green 
Durham, W., Mt. Vernon. 

LOUISIANA. 
David, J. A., Minden. 
Davis, Henry. 
Duaine, T. J. 
Duggan, E., 

MAINE. 
Dexter, H.V., Kennebunkport. 
Dodge, D., Mftchias. 
Donham. R., Bryant's Point. 
Drinkwater, A., Waterville. 
Dunbar, A., Alfred. 
Dunbar, M., Addison. 
Durfee, W. A., Somesville. 

MASSACHUSETTS 
Dalrymple,W. H.. Georgetown. 
Dalton, H. W.. West Newbury. 
Daniels, E. D., North Leveretf. 
Darrow, G. R., 8. Framingham. 
Davey, W. K., West Acton. 
Davis, Jacob, Florida. 
Day, Ambrose, Westfield. 
Day, N., Hoi yoke. 



Day, William, East Boston. 
Dean, W. H., Russell. 
Dearborn, D. A., South wick. 
Deming, Amos, Savoy. 
Deming, M. R., Marlboro'. 
Dewhurst, E., Hinsdale. 
Dick, J. W., North Uxbridge. 
Donovan, D., Belchertown. 
Donovan, J. D., South Groton. 
Driver, J. M., Beverly. 
Dunbar, Darius, Titicut. 
Duncan, John, Fall River. 
Dunn, Andrew, E. Haverhill. 

MICHIGAN. 
Davis, D. A., Dewitt. 
Davis, F. H., Napoleon. 
Dayfoot, P. C, Fenton. 
Dean, R. 8 , Keeler. 
DeLand, J. L., East Saginaw. 
Desroches, R. B., Detroit. 
Donnelley, J., Jr., Port Huron. 
Dunbar, M. J., Waterloo. 
Dunham, E. S., Lawton. 
Dunham, John, Grandville. 
Dunlop, R., Mt. Clements. 

MINNESOTA. 
Dalquest, J., Swede Grove. 
Day, H. M., St. Charles. 
De Groat, A. B., Zumbrota. 
Dodge, G., Moscow. 
Doesher, H., Ottawa. 
Drury, A., St. Anthony. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Dalton, J., Starkville. 
Davis, W. H., Wpst Point. 
Dennis, James, Hernando. 
Den son, S. W., Ludlow. 
Denson, W., 
Dobbs, D. H., Bankston. 
Dodson, W. H., Durant. 
Drane, T. .T., Chattawa. 
Dunbar, M., Jackson, 
©upuy, W.. Water Valley. 

MISSOURI. 
Daniel, J., Jr., Mt. Pleasant. 
Daniel, J. J., 
Daughters, C, Hitt. 
Davenport, J. G., Louisiana. 
Davidson, J., Ozark. 
Davis, A., Little Yard. 
Davis, T., Lacon. 
Deberry, R. 

Dean, A. H., Harrisonville. 
Dennis, W. S., Wolf Creek. 
Denton, I. H., Warrensburg. 
Dixon, J., St. Joseph. 
Dodson, F. A., Roubidoux. 
Dodson, John, Eennett. 
Dosley, Wm. 

Drake. James F., Centerville. 
Driskoll, 8., Smith City. 
Dulin, E. 8., Lexington. 
Dunn, J., Mt. Pleasant. 
Duncan, L., Louisville. 
Duncan, M., Jamestown, 
Duncan. R. 8., Wright City. 
Duval, W. H., Columbus. 
Dye, E. C, Rolla. 

NEBRASKA. 
Davies, George^ Nebraska City. 
Delinger, J«cob. Cuming City. 
Denmore, W. P., Omaha. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Daman, P., Bow. 
Dav, H. W., Chester. 
Dean, S. F., Salisbury. 
Dearborn, D.N.,Ne»f Hampton, 
Deming, D. P.,West Plainfield. 
Dougherty, M. A., Great Falls. 
Driver, J. M., Hampton Falls. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Dare, 8. C, Woodstown. 
Davies, P. L., Camden. 
Deitz. G. M.. Camden. 
Deyan, T. T., West Hoboken. 
Dimoctc, A. V., Elizabeth. 
Dodge, T. 8., Vineland. 
Doolittle, H. D., Someryille. 

NEW YORK. 
Dakin, H. R , Maine. 
Daniels, J. W., Potsdam. 
Danforth, H. M., Evans. 
Davia, E. 8., Utica. 
Davis, Judson, Ilion. 
Davis, J. L., Golosse. 
Davis, J. W., West Portland. 
Davis, L., Binghamton. 
Davi.<), T., Blossvale. 
Day, A., Milton. 
Day, H. O., Schenectady. 
Day, H. 8., New York. 

Day, J., Northville. 

Day, 8. 8., Homer. 

Dean, .^ Owasco. 

Dean, E., Auburn. 

Dean, R. 8 , Middlesex. 

Dean, 8. T., Avoca. 

DeBois, J., Schuylerville. 

Debuyst, M., Marion. 

Decker, W. P. J*outh Dover. 

Decker, J. 8., Henderson. 

Delan, D., Pitcairn. 

Derby, J. M., South Alabama. 

DeWitt, H. G., Ganandaigua. 

DeWitt, M. H.. Naples. 

Dickens, W., Olmateadville. 

Dickson', A., Wellsburg. 

Dike, H. G., Edwards. 

Divoll,G.W., Akron. 

Dixon, W. T., Brooklyn. 

Dodge, E., D. D., Hamilton. 

Dodge, O., New York. 

Doouttle, 8. C, Hoosaic Falls. 

Doug)as,S.J.,Springfi'dCentre. 

Downey, G. D., Skaneateles. 

Draper, A. P., Wolcott 

Drew, John, North Chatham. 

Dudley, Ira, Lyons. 

Dudley, J. W., Walworth. 

Duer, John, New York. 

Dunbar, Wm., Sennett. 

Darfee. T., Trout Greek. 

Dusenbury, F., Dryden. 

Dwight, W. D., Brooklyn. 

Dykeman, J., Pawling. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Dabbs, W. H., Lilesville. 
Davis, E.. Luraberton. 
Davis, £. L., Richardaon*a G*k. 



Davis, J.W jBeaver Dam. [Grve. 
Deibridge, R. W., Peach Tree 
Denton, J. R., Dysartsville. 
Devin, R. I., Young's X Roads. 
Deweese, E., Burning Town. 
Deweese, W , Burning Town. 
Dickson, J. P., Grassy Creek. 
Dickson, J. W., Bogue Swamp. 
Dowell, Wm. 

Duckworth, J. H.,Cathey's C'k. 
Duke, G. M., Warrcnton, 
Duncan, J. W., Ledger. 
Durham, G., Moores bore*. 

OHIO. 
Dana, W., New Matamoras. 
Dannels, E. W., Rural Dale. 
Darrow, A., Sunbury. 
Davis, H., Wilmington. 
Davidson, W. W., South Point 
Dawson, 8. G., Toledo. 
Deets, John, Batesville. 
Delano, H. A., Geneva. 
Delano, W. H., Geneva. 
DeWolfe, G. H., Avon. 
Dickey, R. B., Berlin. 
Dibble, E., Kingaville. 
Dinklemao.J.W.CherryGrove. 
Douglas, F. A., I^iqua. 
Downey, T. C, Antrim. 
Dunbar, G. R , Columbus. 
Duncan, 8. W., Cleveland. 
Dunn, W. J., Smithfield. 
Dye, J. J., Sydney. 
Dye, T. W., Woodview. 

OREGON. 
Dickens, R., Pleasant Valley. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Dalby, W. W., Spread Eagle. 
Danieis, D., New Brighton. 
Davis, D. T., Philadelphia. 
Davis, John, Beaver. 
Davis, J. A., Lewisburg. 
Davis, Rees, Achor. 
Davis, W. A., Lewisburg. 
Dean, J. E., Mackville. 
Deitz, G. M., Goatsviile. 
Dickerson, J. 8., D. D., PittsVg. 
Dickinson, lfl.W.,D.D.,Linwo'd. 
Downey, F., Garmichaels. 
Drake, C. W., Titus ville. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Denison, F., Westerly. 
Douglas, William, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Daniels, J. 8., Bamberg. 
Dargan, J. H., Darlington. 
Dargan,J.O.B.,D.D.,Darlingt*n. 
Davenport, J. B. Gaihoun. 
Davis, G. J., Walterboro. 
Davis, Presly, Whlldenhall. 
Dawson, Thos. Anderson. 
Deley, Cater, Chester. 
Dill, A., Gowensville, 
Dill, Thomas, Highland Grove. 
Drayton, 8.. Lawtonville. 
Drummond, 8., WoodnUQTs. 



Drummond, W., Woodruff's. 
Duncan, H D., Barnwell. 
Dunn, B. G. W., Bennettsville. 
Dunton, U., Blafrkville. 
Durham, A. K., Doko. 
Durham. I. D., Orangeburg. 

TENNESSEE. 

Davis, ., Pleasant Hill. 

Davis, J. A., Knoxville. 

Day, G. W., Denmark. 

Day, R., Jackson. 

Dennis, James, Hernando. 

Denton, G. 

Dever, John. 

Dicken,E.N.,FurgU8onStation. 

Dodson, E., Jackson. 

Dorris, A. 8. 

Dorris, R. B., Gallatin. 

Doyle, J. G. 

Doyle, W. H., Saulsbury. 

Duncan, J. B., Mason. 

Durham, D. 

TEXAS. 
Damaron. Moses, Bastrop. 
Daniel, J. B., Rockwall. 
Daniel, E. A., Lancaster. 
Davis, Asa. Whitesboro. 
Davis, H., Farmington. 
Denson, L., Sumter. 
Deremiah, Wm., Paris. 

Donaldson, , Union ville. 

Durham, L. H., Richland. 

VERMONT. 
Dean, 8. F., Charlotte. 
Dexter, 8. K., Bennington. 
Dunn, L. A., Fairfax. 

VIRGINIA. 
Davidson,A.F., Cbrlptiansville. 
Daughtry, J. F., Suffolk. 
Deacon, I. B., Luray. 
Deans. J. F., Manchester. 
Dempsey, A. C„ Blue Ridge. 
Dickmson, A. E., Richmond. 
Dickinson, C. R., Trevilllans. 
Diggs, Isaac, Stevensville. 
Dillard, J. M., Tye River. 
Dixon, Jr., Fredericksburg 
Dodge, H.W., D.D., Upperville. 
Doll, J. A., Scottsville. 
Dooley, T. W., Salem. 
Dulin, D. P., Buckland. 
Duncan, Wm. L., AmherstC.H. 
Dunaway,T.8., Frederick sb'g. 
Durfey, W. A., Williamsburg. 

TATEST VIRGINIA. 
Davidson, G., Pruntytown. 
Davis, R. W., Arbuckle. 
Dobbins, Wm., Sutton. 

W-ISCONSIN. 
Dearborn, O. J. 
Delany, J., Whitewater. 
Dismore, G. P., Coral City. 
DougUs, W. H., Edgerton. 
Drown, A. A., La Crosse. 
Dye, Daniel, Walworth. 



ALABAMA. 
Edmunds, P. G., Bluffport. 



ARKANSAS. 

Eaton, R. 8., Smithville. 



I Edwards, Peter. 
England, E., Graves. 
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CONNECTICUT. 
Erans, P. S., Wiliimftntic. 

DELAWARE. 
Eiirl, S. H., Washington. 
FLORIDA. 

Edwards, D., Crystal Riyer. 
Everett, D. P., Greenwood. 

GEORGIA. 
Ebbins, Joshua, Macon. 
Edenfield, H. G., Scarboro. 
Edffe, N. K., Indian Springs. 
Edge, P. W., Jonesboro. 
Edwards, J., Eg^pt. 
Edwards, J. O., Egypt 
Kdwards, S. A., Savannah. 
Ellarbee, James, Bengal. 
Ellard, J., Tiger. 
Ellington, J. \V., Mayfield. 
Ellis, J. M. 
Ellis, W. A., Calhoun. 
Embry, J. N., Columbus. 
Engram, E. W., Millwood. 
Epps, G. W., Ellerslie. 
Eubanks, J.G., Marietta. 
Eubanks, N. W., Dallas. 
Everett^ J., Fort Valley. 
Ewing, W., Fairburn. 

ILLINOIS. 
Eaton, W. G., Olney. 
Eberhart, A. G., Joliet. 
Eby, M. a., Green view. 
Ed son. A., Orion. 
Elam, J., Hurricane. 
Elkln, I. H., Louisville. 
Ellingwood, D., Howard. 
Elliott, C, Arocola. 
Elliott, J., Springfield. 
Elliott, J. C, Griswold. 
Elliott, S., Summum. 
Elton, E. N., Edington. 
Emerson, C. T., Buda. 
English, J. O., Lamb's Point. 
Ensor, B., Aihensville. 
Esseuy, John, Frankford. 
Estee, 8. A., Aurora. 
Evans, H., Chicago. 
Evans, W., Braceville. 
Everett, W. P., Elgin. 
Everhart D., Unity. 
Everts, W. W., D. D., Chicago. 

INDIANA. 
East, J., Alton. 
Edwards, A. C, FranRlin. 
Edwards, C, New Albany. 
Edwards, M. C, Aurora. 
Eldridge, W. B., Pimento. 
Ellis, H. H^FulsomvjUe. 
Ellison, J. E., Middletown. 
Essex, A. J., Fraaklin. 

lO^ATA. 
Eaton, E., Muscatine. 
Edminister, J., DeWitt. 
Edwards, E. S., Toledo. 
Edwards, F. 

Edwards, M., RnrVington. 
El ledge, J., Winterset. 
Elliott, W. 
Evans, J., Bedford. 



KANSAS. 
Ellis, P. M., Lawrence. 
Kvana, R. P., Black Jack. 

KENTUCKY. 
Edmonson, N., Stoner. 
Edmunds, J. J., Winston. 
Kdwards, C, Louisville. 
Edwards, J. F., Irvine. 
Eldridge, T. R., Ashland. 
Ellis, H. H., Hawesviile. 
Ellis, J. P., Buford. 
English, J. B., Shepherdsvllle 
Enslaw, R. M., Hodginsville. 
Eslap, S., Coaltown. 
Estes. A. J., Cloverport. 
Evans, J. B., Russellville. 
Eyle, J. M., Poole's Mills. 

LOUISIANA. 
Edwards, W. H. P. 

MAINE. 
Eddy, E. B., Calais. 
Emerson, C, Machiasport 
Emerson, T. W., Brunswick. 
Emery, C. M., Thomaston. 
Emery, E. H., 8. Thomaston. 
Estes, S., Lisbon Falls, i 
Estey, A. H^ Limerick. 
Eveleth, J. F., Camden. 
Everett, N. C, Chapleigh Cor. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Earle, A. R^, Newton Corner. 
Eaton, H., Wakefield. 
EatoQ, W. H., Amesbury. 
Eddy, D. C, Boston. 
Edson, A., East Dedham. 
Edwards, B. A., Sharon. 
Edwards, E. A., Wenham. 
Egleston, A. B., Athol. 
Ellis, Alexander, Boston. 
Elsden, W. P., Brewster 
Emerson, P. F., Gloucester. 
Emery, E. J. 

Emmons, F. W., Southbridge. 
Evans, Jonas, Wakefield. 
Evans, W. H., Hvannis. 
Ewer, Seth, Rock. 

MICHIGAN. 
Eastwood, N., Ann Arbor. 
Eisenbury, J. 8., Holly. 
Erwin, George, Dalton. 
Everest, W. 8., Bloomer. 

MINNESOTA. 
Ely, E., Winona. 
Eckboom, A., Swede Grove. 
Eg^leston,Wm.A.,Minneapolis 
Brickson, J., Iceland. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Eager, E. C, Clinton. 
East, Wm., Brookhaven. 

MISSOURI. 
Eaton, H., Hunnewell. 
Katon, John, Shelbina. 
Edwards, W. C, Long Lane. 
Elledge, L.. 8alisbury. 
Ellis, E., Houston. 
Elliott, H. M , Lebanon. 



Elmore. G. C, Eagles, Iowa. 
Epps, Wm., Fair Grove. 
Epps, W. B., Fauquier. 
Estes, A. J., New Boston. 
Evans, P. H., Everett. 
Evans, W. L. T., Milton. 
Eyerly, E. 8., Oregon. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Eastman, T. B., Concord. 
Eaton, W. H., Nashua. 
Edwards, E. A., 8. Hampton. 
Emery, E. J., East Jaffrey. 
Everett, N. C, Danbury. 

NE^AT JERSEY. 
Earl, M. 3., Trenton. 
Emmons, A. H., Turkey. 
Entriken, J. G., Belvidere. 

NEW YORK. 

Earle, J., North Granville. 
Easterbroek, J., Painted Post. 
Eastman, O., Walworth. 
Eaton, G. W., D. D., Hamilton. 
Eddy, H. J., D. D., Syracuse, 
Edwards. E. B.,Brew8ttrs Sta. 
Elder, J. F., New York City. 
Elliott, C, Triangle. 
Elliott, Jesse, Churchville. 
Emory, I. W., Attica. 
Erskine, W. J., Hancock. 
Evans, C, Brooklyn. 
Evans, F. E., New York City. 
Evans, George, Hale's Eddy. 
Evans, Jesse, Croton. 
Everingham,J.S ,8outhButler. 
Everts, M. M., Sheldrake. 
Everts, N. R., Little Falls. 
Ewell, H. B., Pavilion. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Eagles, E., Charlotte. 
Edwards, A. 
Egelle, J. 8. 
Egelle, L. 0. 

Elam, P. B., Gardner's Ford. 
Elim, J. R., Shelby. 
Emerson. A. J., Pittsboro'. 
Ensley, W., Kailor's Hill. 
Etheridge, D. V., Edenton. 

OHIO. 

Ebert, John, St. Paris. 
Eddy, H., Loudonville. 
Edmond, R., Pratt. 
Eisle, B., Dayton. 
Embry, J., Jamestown. 
Emery, J., Cincinnati. 
Emmons, J., Wilmington. 
EatwIstle,W.,Columbia8tation. 
Erwln, T. M., Chandlersville. , 
Evans, D , Mineral Ridge. 
Evans, W., Leesburg. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Eaches, O. P., Philadelphia. 
England.W.P., Decker's Point. 
Evans, J. W., Shirleysburg. 
Evans, Joseph S.,WestChester. 

RHGDEIISLAND. 
Ewer, Seth, Charlestown. 



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Earl, J., Evergreen. 
Earl, T. J., Gowensville. 
Eason, F. W., Darlington. 
Easterling. T. W., Booneau's. 
EdgertOQ, C, Marion. 
Edvv ards, J. K., Mathews. 
Dalton, J., Stark vilie. 
Davi8, W. H., Wets Point. 
Dennis, Jas., Hernando. 
Edwards, R. J., Orangeburg. 
Elkin, W. B.,Lawrens, 
Elsey, J., Waterboro. [Springs. 
Ezell, Landram, Limeatone 

TENNESSEE. 
Evins, S. C, Galleoka. 



TEXAS. 
Eaton Thos., H., Wheeloek. 
Eaves, W. B., Bryan. 
Edwards. B. W., Gay Hill. 
Elder, B.H., Biack Jack Grove. 
Elder, J. L., Sherman. 
Elder W. B.. Greenville. 
Elledge, A. W., Wood. 
Elliott, David, Farmington. 
Ellis, B. F., Grand Cane. 
Epps, M., Piano. 
Everett, D. P., Hempstead. 
Everett, Wm.T., Milam. 

VERMONT. 
Eggleston, A.B.,W.WardBboro. 
Estes, H. C, Jericho. 
Evans, E., BarnestoD, P. O. 
Everett, S. N., Whitingham. 



VIRGINIA. 
Eddins, Wm., Buckersville. 
Eubank, Alex.. Libertv. 
Evans, Thos. B., Church View 
Exall, G. G., Buchanan. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Edmundson, M. B., Wirt C. H. 
Elliott, F., Kingwood. 
Ellison, M., Raleigh C, H. 
Estill, H. G., Winfield. 

WISCONSIN. 
Eddy, W. H. H., East Fulton. 
Edmunds, E.B., ForiAtkinson. 
Eldred, C. C, Argyle. 
Eldredge, D., Afton. 
Ellis, K, Portage City. 
lEUis.H., Amherst. 



ALABAMA. 
Falconer, J., Montgomery. 
Figh, B., Wetumpka. 
Finnell, J. C, North Port. 
Finney, M., Russellville. 
Fonville, J. A., Letohatchie. 
Ford, J. 8., Marion. 
Poster, J. C, Foster's. 
Foster, J. H., Tuskaloosa. 
Fox, L. L., dicKinley, 
Freeman, 8. R., Marion. 
Fulmer, J. W., Hanover. 

ARKANSAS. 
Ferguson, T. B., Evansville 
Fielding, J., Dallas. 
Fuller, 8., Atlanta. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Fillio, N., Redwood City. 

Ford, G. W., Napa. 

Francis, John, Ban Francisco. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Fairman, J., Milton. 
Felton, G. D., Robertsville. 
Foster, J.C, New London. 
Foster, N. P., New London. 
Free, Alfred, Greenville. 
Freeman^A. L., Southington. 
Puller, E. K., New London. 

DELAWARE. 
Fellman, Jacob, Wilmington. 
Plippo, O. F., Dover. 
Folwell, G. W.fWilmington. 

FLORIDA. 
Frier, H. M., Madison. 
Fuller, B. 8., Monticello. 

GEORGIA. 
Fann, D. N., Hawkinsville. 
Fears, A. B , Fairburn. 
Ferguson, W. W., Barneaville. 
Field, J. H., Batesville. 
Field, J. M. 
Fields, J. R., Vienna. 
Pindley,' W. A., Smithville. 
Flagg, W., Milledgeville. 
Fleming, R., Thoroasville. 
Fleming, W., Macon. 
Fleming, W. T., Fairmounfc. 



Fortson, J. H., Danburg. 
Foster, N. G. Madison. 
Fowler, J. 8., Warrenton. 
Freeman, A. J., Monticello. 
Friar, H. M.. Madison. Fla. 
Friar, R., Jennings, Fla. 
Fulghara, J. M., Sandersville. 

ILLINOIS. 

Faith, J. W., Petersburg. 
Fane, C. F., Murphysborough. 
Farmer, Jesse, Tamaroa. 
Farrow, A., Green. 
First, H. C, Aurora. 
Fisher, 0., Hickory Grove. 
Fisk, O. J., Dwight. 
Fleming, A., Hurricane. 
Floyd, C.T., Upper Alton. 
Ford, J. R., Carfyle. 
Forrest, W. F.,Good Hope. 
Foskett, H. B., Monmouth. 
Foster, A. Pt, Granville. 
Foster, J. M. C. Galatia. 
Foulon, I., Highland. 
Fowler, Thos.. Equality. 
Freeman, B., DeKalb. 
Freeman, W W., Carlinville. 
French, D. P., Irvington. 
Frey, Eli, Martinsville. 
Fuller, M. L., Kickapoo. 
Fulton, John, Belvidere. 
Fulton, A., Bloomfield. [rle. 
Funkhauser,W. M., Burnt Pra- 
Fnrgeson, T., Salisbury. 
Fuson, A. J., Flat Rook. 
Fuson, J. W., Bushnell. 
Fuson, 8. K., Staunton. 

INDIANA. 
Ferris, 8., Versailles. 
Fleming, A., Lima. 
Foote, A., Marmont. 
Forest, J. W., Porestville. 
Forsyth, M. 8., Trafalgar. 
Foster, J. W., Leesville. 
Frakes, Asa, Prairie Creek. 
French, D. 8.. Brookston. 
Fritts, V. 0., Waldron. 

IOWA. 
Farnesworth, C. D., Syracuse. 
Farr, A. L., Iowa Falls. 
Fenton, P. M., Bloomfield. 



Ferguson, J.. Fremont. 
Field, H. L., Maquoketa. 
Finch, A., Quasqueton." 
Firman, A. G., Quasqueton. 
Foster, J. 

Freeman, P., Vinton. 
Frey, J., 8r , Sigourney. 
Frescoln, L., Brook ville. 
Funk, 8., Home. 
Furguson, 8., Fremont. 

KANSAS. 

Fechter, J., Abilene. 
Fitch, H. P., 

Freeman, E. E., Fort Scott. 
Frizzell, J., Winchester. 

KENTUCKY. 

Featherstan,G.W., Black Jack. 
Felix, W. H., Lexington. 
Felts, J. I., Furguson's Stat'n. 
Foley, G. B., Barboursville. 
Force, W. W., Hillsborough. 
Forgy, S. P., Allensville. 
Freeman, J. C, Lexington. 
Frost, J. M., Harrodsburg. 
Fuqua, I. H., Furguson's Sta'n. 
Furnharo, J. E., Georgetown. 

LOUISIANA. 

Fancher, R. P., Evergreen. 

Fancher, W. M.. Moreanvilie. 

Foster, R., McDonoughville. 

Fox, Aaron. 

Frederic, Aaron. 

Pouts, T. J., Mt. Lebanon. 

Fuller, James. 

MAINE. 

Farnham, P. L., Thomaston. 
Ferguson, J. A., Alfred 
Fish, E. 8., North Livermore. 
Follett, J. M., Foxcroft. 
Foss, W., North Leeds. 
Freeman, E., Camden. 

MARYLAND. 
Fuller, R., D. D., Baltimore. 
MASSACHUSETTS. 
Fairbanks, Q. G., Middleboru'. 
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Fay, Lysander, S. Royaleton. 
Filmer.T. T., S. Framingham. 
Fish, J. L. A., Holyoke. 
Fittz, Hervey, Middleboro'. 
Fittz L. L., Somerset. 
Flanders, C. W., Westboro'. 
Fletcher, C, Billerica. 
Foljambe, 8. W,, Boston. 
Forbes, C. F., Coleraine. 
Forbush, J. E., Ashland. 
Ford, David B., Hanover. 
Foster, C. F., Palmer. 
Foster, J. C, Beverly. 
Fulton, J. D., Boston. 

MICHIGAN. 
Farnhara, P. P., Mason. 
Faxon, S. E., Jr., Lyons. 
Fay, I. F., Hart. 
Finn, S., St. Clair. 
Fish, E. J., Adrian. 
Fish, L. B., Lansing. 
Fletcher, J., Plamwell. 
Forbes. P., Mt. Vernon. 
Frary, Wm., Hudson- 
Frost, A. J., Bay City. 
Fuller, H. B., Ualesburg. 
Fuller, W. H., Oxford. 

MINNESOTA. 
Fisher, C, Ridgeway. 
Fuller, G. W., Lake City. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Farmer, W. L., Holly Springs. 
Farrar, W. M., Landerdale. 
Ferrell, F. M., La Payetie Sp's. 
Finley, H. L^ Pontotoe. 
Finley, W. W., La Fayette Sp's. 
Finney, F., Cotton Gin. 
Fitzgerald, O. D., Rienzi. 
Fletcher, J. B., Raleigh. 
Fowler, R. E., Hickory Flat. 
Freeman, E.R ,Cry8talSpring8. 
Freeman, J. T., Corinth. 

MISSOURI. 
Farmer, H., Pleasant Hill. 
Farmer, J., Pleasant Hill. 
Farmer, W., Pleasant Hill. 
Felts, J. J., Platte Citv. 
Ferguson, W., Steel ville. 
Fitch, H., Eagleville. 
Fitch, J. W., Buffalo. 
Flood, N., Hallsville. 
Floyd, C. T., Harrisonville. 
Floyd, James H., Kennett. 
Ford, B. F., Lynn. 
Forman, T. B., Roscoe. 
Fort, E. R., Steelville. 
Foster, G. W., Louisiana. 
Fox, Norman, St. Louis. 
Fraizer, L., Willsboro'. 
Freeman, T. J., Roscoe. 
Fristoe, T., Glasgow. 
Frower, J. 
Fuqua, 4- B., Gray's Summit. 

NEBRASKA. 
Francis, J., Line, Pacific R. R. 
Freeman, J. P., Beatrice. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Farley, R. G., New Boston. 
Favor, M. P., East Northwood. 



Faunce, D. W., Concord. 
Fletcher,i8. C, Wilton. 

NETAT JERSEY. 
Fish, H. a, D. D., Newark. 
Folwell, A. H., Camden. 
Francis, J. M., Camden. 
Freas, D. J., Woodbury. 

NEW YORK. 
Fagan, William T., Boon ville. 
Fasching,W.T., Brooklyn,E.D. 
Felix, W. H., New York City. 
Fenner, F., D. D., Jordan. 
Ferguson, N., Gypsum, [ners, 
Fessenden, C. P., White Cor- 
FerriR, J. M., Hartford. 
Ferris, W. W., Brewster's Sta. 
Fisher, George, Johnstown. 
Fisher, H. H., Hartwick. 
Fisher, L.^., Westfield. 
Fisher, R., New York. 
PIsher, S., Findlay's Lake. 
Fiske, M. B., Leyden. 
Fitch, H., Burlington Flatts. 
Fletcher, F., Brooklyn, E D. 
Fletcher, J. N., White Creek. 
Fletcher, O. N., Brookfleld. 
Flint, G. E., New Berlin. 
Polwell, J. N., New York City. 
Foote, E. J., Penfield. 
Forbes, M., Wyoming. 
Forbes, M. P., Elba. 
Ford, D. B., Southport. 
Ford, H. E., Mecklenburg. 
Pord, L. T., Lafargeville. 
Poster, J. H.. Humphrey. 
Fox, C. A.. Middletown. 
Fraser, J. W., New York. 
Freeman, T. G., New York. 
French, Jas., Rochester. 
Frost. A. J., Syracuse. 
Fuller, C. D., Nicholl ville. 
Fuller, E. K., New York. 
Fuller, H., Eden. 
Fuller, T., Albany. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Faison, J. P. 

Farthing, A. C, Sweet Water. 
Farthing, J. A., " " 

Farthing, B. P., " " 

Farthing, S. J., « " 

Ferguson, L., Warrior's Creek. 
Fincher, S. J., White's Store. 
H^isher, D., Spring Creek. 
Fisher, R., Blockers ville. 

Fleetwood, . 

Flourine, J. T. 

Fontaine, P. H., Greensboro'. 
Fontaine, W. 8., " 

Foreman, C. C. 
Funderburk, N., Monroe. 

OHIO. 

Pasig, S., Ripleyville. 
Farnesworth, L., Sullivan. 
Farley, E. C, Gar rets ville. 
Farnham, P. P., Toledo. 
Fear, F., Diincansville. 
Fenton, J. B., Mantua. 
Fernald, J. C, Gran ville. 
Ferguson, P. B., CincinnatL 
FerKUSon, J., Middleport. 
Fields, Z., Columbus. 



Fox, S. D., Williamsburg. 
Frederick, 8. W., Warsaw. 
Fry, Jas., Felicity. 
Fry, T. W., Burlington. 
Fuson, W., St. Paria. 

OREGON. 
Falkerson, .T. M., 
Fisher, Ezra, Dalles City. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Ferris, Jabez, Manayunk. 
Fish, B. H., Pittsburg. 
Frear, Wm., Eatonville. 
Ford, J. B., Montrose. 
Frear, George, Reading. 
Frink, A., Spartansburg. 
Furman, S., Mlnla. 
Furman, A.J., Tunkbannoclt 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Field, S. W., Providence. 
Fuller, O. P., Centreville. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Fail, N., Hickory Head. 
Farrow, W. T., Greenwood. 
Featherston, L., Chester C. H. 
Felder, J. H. 
Fenley, L., We«t Union. 
Ferguson, B., St. George. 
Fowler, Harrison. 
Furman, J. C D. D.,Greenv'Ie. 
Furman, R., D. D., Newberry. 
Furman, Samuel, Sumter. 

TENNESSEE. 
Fawcett, Union Citv. 
Feather8ton,G. W., Springfield. 
Ferrill.P.F.,Shelbyville. 
Fielding, D., VandegriftXRoad 
Fleanor, W. T. 
Flowers, A., Walnut Grove. 
Ford, S. H., LL. D. 
Forgy, S. P., Allensville, Ky. 
Fost-er, B., Graveston. 
Franklin, D.J., Henderson Sta. 
Freeman, F. M., Dancyville. 
Preeman, R. B., Shelbyville. 
Frierson, N. B., Murfreesboro. 
Furguson, J. C , Memphis. 

TEXAS.* 
Farmer, P. E. 
Faulkner, W. H., Gilmer. 
Featherston, W. B., Ladonia. 
Felder, C, Dickinson Station. 
Ferrell, J. W., Pittsburg. 
Finney, J., Starkville. 
Fisher, David, Gay Hill. 
Fitzgerald, A., Quitman. 
Ford, C, Kaufman. 
Foreman, D. D.. Liberty. 
Fortune, J. A., Marl in. 
Foster, Wm. L., Ladonia. 
Freeman, E. R., Corsicana. 
Fuller. J. A., Paris. 
Fyke, John, Trinity Mills. 

VERMONT. 
Farrar, C, Brooklinei 
Field, M., West Haven. 
Fish, Samuel, Halifax. 
Ferguson, J. P., Motgomery. 
Fitz, Wm., Montpelier. 



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Fletcher, J.,D. D., Wallingford. 
Foster, N. P., Montpelier. 
Freeman, J., D.D., Vergennes. 
Frenyear. C. P., Jamaica. 
Frost, S. T., Fassumpsic. 
Fuller. CD., Sharon. 
Fuller, P. W., North Troy. 

VIRGINIA. 

Fansler. A. 

Faulkner, J. K., Black Walnut. 



Fellers, L. P., Fincastle. 
Fife, James Charlottesville. 
Fisher,Wm., Appomattox De't. 
Fitcher, W. L., Jarreit's. 
Fleenors, Wm. 
Fones, Henry H., Montrose. 
Fontaine, Wm. S., Onancock. 
Fox, Jo-ieph H., Scottsville. 
Fox, J. N., Culpepper C. H.^ 
Fox, R. A., Pnnala. [Store. 
Frazer, Hern don, Twyman's 
Fry, C. F., Charlotteville. 
Funk, Timothy, Singer's Glen. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 
Frame, David, Sutton. 
Fream, J. 

WISCONSIN. 
Fischer, C, Lincoln. 
Fi8h,H. 8., Newark. 
Fish, J. W., Fox Lake. 
Ford, N., Richland Center. 
Fosdick, L., Auburn. 
Freeman, G.W.,Kil bourn City, 
Fuller, H. C, New Lisbon. 



ALABAMA. 
Glazner, J. H., Alpine. 
Gordon, L. H., Hatchachiibbee. 
Gray, J., Gadsden. 
Gregory, C, Wetumpka. 
Grimes, J., Elyton. 
Gunn, J,, Decatur. 
Guttery, J., Jasper. 
Guttery, R., Holly Grove. 
Gwin, D. W., Montgomery. 
Gwin, T. P., Alexandria. 

ARKANSAS. 
Gardiner, S., Chambersville. 
Garner, J., Clear Lake. 
Gittam, Isham, Dayton Lake. 
Givins, J., Maysville. 
Gortman, C. A., Pine Bluflf. 
Gray, J. S., Cane Creek. 
Green, M.. Austin. 
Gregory. H, A., Prattsvllle. 
Griffin, W. S., Searcy. 
Grunelec, Wnn., Charleston. 
Gunter, James, Arkadelphia. 
Gwinn, W. W., Monticello. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Giles, J. H., Stockton. 
Gould. A., Cache Creek. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Gage, L., North Woodstock. 
Gale, S., Tolland. 
(Jates, Alfred, Norwich. 
Gates, O. W., Norwalk. 
Gilbert. T. H., Middletown. 
Gorham, G. W , Chester. 
Gregory, A., Stepney. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA 

Gibbons, W.. Washington. 
Gillette, A. D.,D.D., " 
Gray, E. H., D. D., « 

FLORIDA. 

Geiger, A. M., Waeahoota. 
Green, R. P , Quincjr. 
Green, T. J.. Lake City. 
Guthery, G., Magnolia. 

GEORGIA. 

Gambrell, J. M., Dalton. 
Gaulden^ C. 8., Quitman. 
Gibson, J. G., Lexington. 
Godard, J., Fayette vi lie. 
Godwin, J. L., Drayton. 
Goldwire, W. H., Valdosta. 
Goodman, J., Jackson. 



Gordon, J. V., Knoxville. 
Goss, H. J., Athens. 
Goss, W. R., Erastus. 
Green, B. C, Stephensville. 
Green, W., Eatonton. 
Gurley, B. M., Van Wert. 
Gwaltney, W. B., Rome. 

ILLINOIS. 
Gage, L. L., Sycamore. 
Gardner, A. M., Osceola. 
Garrett, P. 

Garrison, C, Rantoul. 
Gaskell, J., Mascoutah. 
Gaylord, A., Canton. 
Gibson, R., Upper Alton. 
Gilbert, B., Antioch. 
Gilbert, L., Clark Centre. 
Gilbert, L. W. P., Hazel Dell. 
Gleason, S. F., Mahomet. 
Goff, M. J., Hale. 
Goff, T. L., Sweetwater. 
Goldsby,B. F.,PleaRant Plains. 
Goldsby, W.. Petersburg. 
Goodspeed, E. J., L>.D.,Chicago. 
Good speed, T. W., Quincy. 
Gordon, E. R., Unity. 
Gossadge, W. C, Rushville. 
Goub, John, Morris Prairie. 
Gould, J., Marion. 
Gowen, L. D., Galva. 
Graham, E. S., Neoga. 
(irant, G. W., Mt. Vernon. 
Graves, Henry, East Kane. 
Graves, J. C, Galesburg. 
Green, A., Mason City. 
Green, T. V., Upper Alton. 
Green, Wm., La Moille. 
Green, W. T., Pdoria. 
Greenleaf, C, Kinderhook. 
Greer, T. V., Bethalto. [paign. 
Gregory, J. M., LL. D., Cham- 
Griffing, N. L., ludianola. 
Griffith, J. H., Galesburg. 
Grigg, R., Woburn. 
Grigg, 8., Woburn. 
Gross, A., Springfield. 
Grosh, J. C, Big Neck. 
Groves, S. H., Harris Grove. 
Guild, G. P., Pittsfield. 
Gunn, D. B., Sandwich. 
Guy, A., Sublette. 

INDIANA. 
G*»orge, T. D.. Paris. 
Gillaspy, W., Crothersville. 
Gleason, W. H. H., Mt. Sterling. 
Goodin, 8., Montpelier. 
Green, Jas. 8., Greensburg. 
Greenslade, J., GampbellsT'lie. 



Griffith, J. D., Moorefield. 
Guy, J. N., Bryant's Creek. 

IOWA. 
Gage, J. L., Iowa City. 
Gates, F. A., Massillon. 
Goodrich, G. W. 
Gray, R. F., Fort Madison. 
Greenlee. L. L , Corydon. 
Guild, H. A., Iowa City. 
Guild, J. E., Carlisle. 
Gunn, E.. Mt. Pleasant. 
Gunter, J. T., Unionville. 

KANSAS. 

Gage, M. D., Junction City. 
Gale, E., Manhattan. 
Gates, G., Highland. 
Greaves, T., Ottawa. 

KENTUCKY. 

Gallaway, W., Edmonton. 

Gardner, W. N., Russellville. 

Gegsby, 8., Shelbyville. 

German, F., BuUettsville. 

Germane, W. S. 

Gillock, G. W. 

Gooch, R.,Slaughter8vine. 

Goodman, J, N., Shelbyville. 

Golton, J. S., Elizabeth town. 

Gordon, M. V., Richland Mills. 

Gordon, J., Texas. 

Goss, I. H. 

Graves, A. ('., Stamping Ground 

Gravey, N^ Grundy. 

Gray, R. H., Mortonsville. 

Gray, 8. M.. Glencoe. 

Green, D. M., Salem. 

Green, E. W., Maysville. 

Green, W. J.> Downeysville. 

Gregston, W., Princeton. 

Grush, J. C. 

Gufton, S„ Greensburg. 

LOUISIANA. 
George, Elias, Greensburg. 
Gillem, Stillem. 
Givin, W. W., Shreveport. 
Glasco, Anthony. 

MAINE. . 

Gile, G. W., South Berwick. 
Glidsen, C, Whitefield. 
Golder, J.. Lewiston. 
Goldthwaite, T., Jefferson. 
Goud, R., Harps well. 
Gould, A. H., West Gardiner. 
Grant, W. O., South Litoheeld. 
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Gale, E., Framingham. 
ChiDnett, J. H., EadtGloacester. 
Gardner, B. W., Boston. 
Gardner, Geo. W., Charlestown, 
Garner, W. V., Boston. 
Gay, H. G., Hudson. 
Goddard, E. A., Huntington. 
Goodhue, J. A., South Dedham. 
Goodwin, Wm., Savoy. 
Gordon, A. Judson, Boston. 
Gorham, A. D., Wenham. 
Gow, Geo. B., Worcester. 
Grant, S. B., Fitchburg. 
Gray, E. H., Shelburne Falls. 
Grimes, L. A., Boston. 
Guild, H. A., Hancock. 
Guilford, H. P., Reading. 
Gamey, P., Chelsea. 

MICHIGAN. 
Gallup, H. M., Jone»ville. 
Gal pin, L. (4., Paw Paw. 
Gamble, J.. Bellenlle. 
Gardner, S., Oxford. 
Gates, Wm., Hartford. 
Gilbert 8. B., Marshall. 
Goodali, J. 8., Three Biyers. 
Goodman, J. 8., East Saginaw. 
Goodman, 8., Troy. 
GK>odrich, Joseph, Galien. 
Gostello, D.j Broclsway. 
Gould, J., Pine Greek. 
Grave.s, 8., D.D., Grand Rapids. 
Gray, Isaac, Ypsilant«. 
Groat, E., Merrill sville. 
Grow, 8. T., Brandon. 
Gundy, J. J., Oxford. 
Gunderman, J., Aurelis. 
Gunn, W. C, Clinton. 

MINNESOTA. 
Gale, A., Minneapolis. 
Gibson, A., Farmington. 
Gruschins, H., Wust St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Gaddus, P. M., Good Hope. 
Gage, J. B., Torrance. 
Gall man, W. B., Haziel«rst 
Gaily, T., Tocapola. 
Gsmbrel, J. B., Molino. 
Gardner, R. T., Burnsville. 
Gay, G., Golson. 
Gordon, C. M., Union Church. 
Gordon, Wm., Lobxahonuu 
Gorley, J., Tocapola. 
Grammar, G. A. 
Gray^ J. P., Burnsville. 
Green, J. J., Utica. 
Green, T., Hazlehurst. 
Green, W. F., Gallatin. 
Griffin, J. M«, Hamburg. 
Grlssett, A., Decatur. 

MISSOURI. 
Gabriel, J. P., MiamL 
Garland, J. 

Gaskell, Joseph, Clinton. 
Gftsshwiier, J. W. 
Gavlord, N. 

Gentry, P. T., Sturgeon. 
Gibbons. C. G., Fayetterille. 
Gibson, J., Wet Glaze. 
Gibson, R., Louisiana. 



Gibson, W. O., Hillsboro*. 
Gil lard, N., Warsaw. 
Gipson, J. J., Louisiana. 
Givens, J. B., Louisana. 
Godbey, John, Cherryville. 
Godbey, J. R., Otterville. 
Golden, J. M., Fairmount. 
Goldsby, B. F., Brookfield. 
Good, Jacob, Mansfield. 
Goodell, W. R, Eagle. 
Goodman, Wm., Let^isburg. 
Goodrich, A. C, Paris. 
Goodson, J. M., Carrollton. 
Goodwin. B. F., Wall's Store. 
Gott, J.. Fayetteville. 
Grant, W. D., Troy. 
Graham, P., Fredericktown. 
Graves, D. W., Price's Branch. 
Graves, F., Centreville. 
Gray, H., Greencastle. 
Gray, J., Greencastle. 
Gray, W. A., Calhoun. 
Greaves, W. 
Green, Jesse, Linneus. 
Green, J. 8., Palmyra. 
Green, W. R, Knob Noster. 
Green, A. M., Lindley. 
Griffin, J. K., Weston. 
Griffin, J. N., Loutre. 
Grubb, Jefferson, Allenville. 

NEBRASKA. 
Garnet, D. J., Nebraska City. 
Gibbs, Lucius L., Johnson. 
Glover, E. V., Omaha. 
Goff, D. R., Tecumaeh. 
Groat, B. G. O., Blair. 

NETAT HAMPSHIRE. 
Gage, D., Manchester. 
Glines, G. A., Rumney. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Gessler, T. A. K., Elizabeth. 
Godshall, S., Blackwoodtown. 
Glover, E. V., Camden. 
Greaves, J., W#»stfield. 
Grenell, Z., Millington. 
Grenell, L. O., New Market. 
Grenell, T. M., North Vernon. 
Griffith, T. 8., Trenton. 
Gurr, C. G., Rah way. 

NEW YORK. 
Gales, 8., Centre White Creek. 
Gallaher, H. M., Brooklyn. 
Gallup, E. 8., Delhi. 
Galpin, A., McDonough. 
Ganong, G. J.,LudingtonvilIe. 
Ganum, J. G., East Marion. 
Gardner, J., Philadelphia. 
Gardner, N. B., West Almond. 
Gardner, 8., West 8omer8et. 
Garli. k, H., New Woodstock. 
Garnet, W., Gorham. 
Garrett, B. L., Prattsburg. 
Gates, Wm.. Triangle. 
Gayer, C, Morrisania. 
Gihbs, B. B., Springport. 
Gibbs, O. W., Groton. 
Gifford, I.S.,Banksville,Conn. 
Gilmore, J. H.. Rochester. 
Glenville, F., Summer Hill. 
Golden, L., Redwood. 
Goo, Peter, Ovid Village. 



Goodspeed, W. S., Fleming. 
Goose, H. L., Ballston. 
Grant, T. W , West Hillsdale. 
Grant, W., Whitehall. 
Graves, A. P., New York. 
Graves, C, Leydon. 
Graves, O., Bolton. 
Gray, Jacob, Newark Valley. 
Gray, John, West Danby. 
Greaves, J., Brooklyn. 
Green, A. B., Bradford. 
Green, J. H., Portageville. 
Green, T., Pekin. 
Green, T. H., Clyde. 
Greene, G. N., Madalin. 
Gregory, 8. B., Whitesboro*. 
Grenell, Z., Jr., Kingston. 
Griffin, J., Tonawanda. 
Grimmell, J. C, Buffalo. 
Grimley^. I., Middle Hope. 
Groom, Wm., Clifton Park. 
Grosbeck, D., New York. 
Grovenor, P., Charleston. 
Guirey, G-, Troy. 
Guiscard, U. B.. Brooklyn. 
Gurr, G. C, 8aratoga 8prings. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Ganes, T. B. 

Gardener, W. H., Briar Creek 
Gentry, R., Jefferson. 
Gibbs, C, Halifax. 
Gilbert, H. W., Fiag Pond. 
Gilbreth, A. J., Wilkesboro'. 
Gilmore, 8., Egypt Station. 
Gilmore, 8., Carthage. 
Gilbert, A. J., Egypt. 
Gloin, E. N. 
Gold, P. D. 

Gore J. W., Whiteville. , 

Gore, D. N., Whiteville. ' 

Gosnell,G. W. 
Grayson, J. C, Dysartsville. 
Green, J. B., New Hope. 
Green, P. G., Webster. 
Green, S. M., Bakersville. 
Green, C. H., Maiidy Mush. 
Grimes, H., Northampton Co. 
Grimes, I., High Meadow. 
6unter,A.,Highland Grove3.C. 
Guy, A., Warsaw. 

OHIO. 

Gates, 8., Bellepoint. 
George, B. J., Ostrander. 
Gillespie, J. 8., Cincinnati. 
Glass, W., Martin's Ferry. 
Goins, J., Casey Station. 
Gorman, 8., Canton. 
Gough, J. J., Avon. 
Gray, John H., Ostrander. 
Griebel, J. D., Cincinnati. 
Griffith, J. T„ Newburg. 
Griffith, T. E., Oak Hill 
Griggs, B. 8., Good Hope. 
GrisM'old, 8. T.. Columbus. 
Gunter, C. H., Martin's Ferry. 

OREGON. 
Goodman, J. H., Starr's Point. 
Gray, R. F., Cor vail is. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Gardiner,R.,M.D.,PhilMelphia. 
Garner, H. B., Honesdale. 



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Gay, Wm., Centremoreland. 
Genius, Adolph, Erie. 
Gessford, T. C, Guthrieville. 
Gibson, Maris, Pottstown. 
Gill, Thoa. A., Gernnntown. 
Goodno, W.S.,W. Philadelphia. 
Goodwin, T., Philadelphia. 
Gray, Harvey H., Ru9h. 
Griffin, Charles, Philadelphia. 
Griffith,Benj ,D.D.,Philadelp'a. 
Griffith, J. W., Kimberton. 
Griffith, Owen, Minersville. 
Grow, W. B., Carbondale. 
Gubleman, J. S., Philadelphia. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Granger,A.H.,D.D.,Providence 
Graves, H. C, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Gaines, N., Helton. 
Gaines, T. R., Yorkville. 
Gaines, W. A., Phoenix. 
Gaither, R., Fiat K»ek. 
Garrett, B. F.. Monroe. 
Garrison, J., Fort Hill. 
Getzen, 8. P., Hamburg. 
Getainger, J J., Williston. 
Gibbs, J., Fair Forest 
Gilbert, J., Sterling Grove. 
Gilbert, M., Barnettsville. 
Gordon, Wm. Union. 
Govan, J., Orangeburg. 
Graham, N., Sumpter. 
Green, K., Beaufort. 
Grimes, G. C. Laurens. 
Gwallney, L. R., Edgefield. 
Gwin, J. H., Cross Anchor. 
Gwin, T. D, Greenville. 
TENNESSEE. 
Gardner, W. W., Russellville, 
Garrett, R.E.,Manchestor.[Ky. 
Gatlin, Isaac, Elkion. 



Goforth, N. B. 

Gordon, W. M., Looxaboma. 

Gowen, W., Morning Sun. # 

Graves, J. R., LL.D., Memphis. 

Green, J. F., Fincaatle. 

Green, R. G., Fincastle. 

Griffin, G. W., Gallatin. 

Griffin, Sanford. 

Grubb, J. S., Manyardville . 

Gwaltney, , Antioch. 

TEXAS. 
Gage, J. J., Serbin. 
Garrett, H., Chappell Hill. 
Gates, W., Pennmgton. 
Gentry, E. R., Young's Settle- 
Gentry, M.,Pilot Grove, [ment. 
Gentry, W. G., Sherman. 
Gibson, T. H., Sherman. 
Gilliam, A., Jamestown. 
Gleiss, F. J., Brenham. 
Good, G. W., Dallas. 
Gorman, W. H., Black Oak. 
Gough, W. M., McKinney. 
Grammar, G. A., Florence. 
" 8, H. L., Fairfield. 

, G. B., Bedai. 

, G. W., Anderson. 

, Lee, Hallettssville. 

wood, T. C, Prairie Lea. 

ry. D. R., Hope. 

3y, O. J., Pilot Grove. 

I, William, Carthage. 
VERMONT. 
Gillis, A., Eaton, P. Q. 
Goadby, J , D. D., Poultney. 
Goodall, J. 8., Londonderry. 
Goodnow, A. W., Wilmington. 
Goodspeed, E.,Waterbury Cen- 
Green, C. R., Br id port. [tre. 
Grose, H. L., Hydeville. 

VIRQINIA. 
Gardner, S., Whitmeil. 



Garlick, Jos. R., Richmond. 
Garnett, Jas., Rapidan Station. 
Gatewood, T. B..Pedlar'p Mills. 
Gehee, R. M., Sydnorsville. 
Gilbert, Thos., New Garden. 
Gille.«pie, W. L., New Garden. 
Gilliam, Wm. T., Mossingford. 
Gitt, W. R.. Blacksburg. 
Given, T., Lewisburg. 
Glass, J. S., Riceville. 
Gleason, K. E., Bath C. H. 
Godwin, J. W., Portsmouth. 
Goggln, T. C, Davis' Mills. 
Gordon, J A., Raccoon Ford. 
Gowan, T.A., Oldham X Roads. 
Gray, Gabriel, Fincastle. 
Graybill, Benjamin, Fincastle. 
Greer, T. W., Christianville. ^ 
Gregory, Jos. 

Gresham, E., Carlton's Store. 
Grigs by, Robert. 
Grimsley, A. M., Boston. 
Grimsley, B., Laurel Mills. 
Grimsley, T. F., Stanardsville. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Garrett, A. J., Clarksburg 
Garrett, H. F., Brown s Mills. 
Gawthrop, Jas., Fhilippi. 
George, Wm., Point Pleasaat. 
Gilbert, Wm., Charlestown. 
Given, T., Lewisburg. 
Golden, John B. 
Griffith, G. W., Charleston. 

WISCONSIN. 

Gates, I. E., Beaver Dam. 
Gibson, A., River Falls. 
Gilbert, R., Geneva. 
Green, > . B., A ngusta. 
Green, E. W., Weyauwega. 
Griffing, R., Pewaukee. 
Grow, T. D., Tomah. 



ALABAMA. 
Hall, J. B., Wakefield. 
Hanks, A. M., Carroll ton. 
Harbin, L. B., Sheffield. 
Hardie, E. B. 

Hardin, A. J., New Market 
Hare, C. W.,Newton Academy. 
Hartan, H. L., Pinckneyville. 
Heam, 8. C, Opelika. 
Henderson, 8., Fayetteville. 
Hickson, R., Grove Hill. 
High, J. W.. Coloma. 
Hightower, W., Moulton. 
Hildreth, S., CarroUton. 
Hill. J., Bradford. 
Hill, J. A.. Selma. 
Hill, W., Grove Hill. 
Hobson, F. M.,Scott9ville. 
Hodges, S. H., Hoke's BluflT. 
Holcombe, T. P., Montevallo. 
Holeman, J. C, Centre. 
Hollingsworth, J., CarroUton. 
Howell, E., Fayette C. H. 
Huguly, W. B., Crawford. 

ARKANSAS. 
Hall, J. R., Green Brier. 
Harris, Samuel, Docheatte. 



Hart, J. M., Three Creeks. 
Haynes, H., Mineral Springs. 
Heath, Lewis. 
Henderson, J. C, Benton. 
Hodges, B., Pine Bluff. 

Hogan, , Fort Smith. 

Holloway, G., Hickory Plains. 
Holmes, W., Dayton Lake. 
Horn, A., Beech Creek. 
Howard, J., Big Bend. 
Howard, J. H., Cadron. 
Howell, T., Arkadelphla. 
Hutchinson, A. J., North Point. 
Hyatt, B. C, Monticello. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Hamilton,H.,Tuolumne River. 
Hendrickson, C. R., D. D., San 

Francisco. 
Hewes, C. W., Oakland. 
Hickie,W. W., Vallejo. 
Hilton, S., San Francisco. 
Howard, M. W., Ukiah. 
Huff, J. T., Elk Grove. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Harrington, J., Birmingham. 
Harris, Wm., New Lonaon. 



Hepburn, J., Gaylordsville. 
Hill, B. M., D.D.. New Haven. 
Hoi man, J. W., N. Stonington. 
Hopper, A. M., Bridgeport. 
Huttard, A. C, Danbury. 
Hurst, G. L., Mystic River. 
Hurst, Wm.,North Stonington. 

DELAWARE. 

Hope, , Dover. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Hill, S. P., D. D., Washington. 
Huntington, A. J., *' 

FLORIDA. 
Hall, G. W., Sopohoppy. 
Hayman, J. M., Bartow. 
Howell, W. H., Campbellton. 

GEORGIA. 
Had away, Amos, Cain's. 
Hall, J. H., Newnan. 
Hall, R. T. 
Ham by, Isaac. 

Hamrick, R. W., Hogansville. 
Hancock, J. J. 
Hand, J. R., Antioch. 
Hanks, J. A. R., Dalton. 



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Hard, W. J., Augusta. 
Harley, W. L, Sparta. 
Harper, Joshua A.,Doctortown 
Harrell, (j. L., Thompson. 
Harrell, L. W., Thompson. 
Harris, E. S., Talbotton. 
Harris, J., Appling. 
Harris, John, Hamilton. 
Harris, J. C, Batesville. 
Harris, J. I., Van Wert. 
Harri-) J. J , Warrenton. 
Harris, J. J. H., Talbotton. 
Hairison, L. J., Dublin. 
Hart, Isaac, Ellaville. 
Harvey, R. S., Stockton. 
Harvey, 8., Fairburn. 
Harville, E., Irwinton. 
Hasletl, W., Lawrenceville. 
Hatfield, B. E., Dahlonega. 
Hawkins, F. M., Cumming. 
Hawkins, P. E., Cassville. 
Haygood, F. M., Macon. 
Head, E. M., Dallas. 
Hicks, Jasper, Gusseta. 
Hicks, J., Beuna Vista. 
Hillman, J., Thompson. 
Hillyer, S. G., Forsyth. 
Hines, David, Albany. 
Hinton, B. B., Beuna Vista. 
Hixon, J. 0., Preston. 
Hobbs, L. 

Hobby, Isaac, Isabella. 
Hogan, J. Leathcrsville. 
Hogsett, W. W. 
Holmes, A. T., Decatur. 
Holmes, Joseph, Mayfield. 
Holmes, W. T., Louisville. 
Hoot^n, E. M., Indian Springs. 
Hooton, J. F., Atlanta. 
Hornady, H. , LaGrange. 
Hornady, M. A., Montezuma. 
Home, J. R., Henderson. 
Home, W. D., Jefferson ville. 
Horsly, W. G., Shady Dale. 
Hotchkiss, N. P., Atlanta. 
Howell, C, Milltown. 
Huff, J., Reedy Creek. 
Huggins, D. J.. Cummings. 
Hughes, G. B., Irwinton. 
Hughes, J. T., Irwinton. 
Hughefe, P. A., Decatur. 
Hunter, D. E., House Greek. 
Hurst, G. B., Bascom. 
Hurst. G. T., Thomasville. 
Hutchins, J. W., Gumming. 
Hyman, J. J., Gibson. 

IDAHO. 
Hamilton, Hiram, Idaho. 

ILLINOIS. 
Hadlock, W., Ninantic. 
Haggard, A. B., Pinekneyville, 
HaKler, P., DuQuoin. 
Hanue, Wm., D. D., Chicago. 
Haigh, W. H., Mendota. 
Hainn, D. J. 
Hakefi, A. 

Hale, F , Upper Alton. 
Hale, T. J., Macedonia. 
Hall. R. G., Tonica. 
Hamilton, B. B., Whitehall. 
Hankins, A., GarroUton. 
Happy, W. W., Jacksonville. 
Harrington, C, Griggsvilld. 



Harrifon, W.iB., Johnsonville. 
Hart, J. B., Jacksonville. 
Ha«t, W. P., Franklin. 
Hastings, L. R., Mason City. 
Hawker, W., Perry. 
Hawkins, R. O , Westfield. 
Haws, J. L., Havana. 
Hay, J. K., Summit Prairie. 
Haycraft, S., Trumbull. 
Hayer, 0., Norway. 
Haynes, D. C, Bunker Hill. 
Hazen, H. G., Havana. 
Bazen, J. H.. Amboy. 
Hedgwood, R. 
Hempstead, W. G., Virden. 
Hencierson, G W.,South Amer- 
Hester, I. N., Bankston. [ica. 
Hewitt, C. E., Bloomington. 
Hickman, Geo., Jamestown. 
Hicks, B., Sandwich. 
Hicks, W. F., Athensville. 
Higby, J., Kankakee. 
Higgins, D., Lively Grove. 
Hill, F., Gollinsville. 
Hill, I. N., Jerseyville. 
Hill, J., Good Hope. 
Hill, J. v., Pleasant View. 
Hill, Wm., Virden. 
Hill, Wm. B , Greenfield. 

Hinze, , Peoria. 

Hobart, I. N., Chicago. 
Hobbs, W., Hillsborough. 
Hocking, R. O., Westfield. 
Hodges, A., Rush ville. 
Hoefflin, J. T., Chicago. 
Hoggatt, T., Marshall. 
Holland, W. W., Metropolis. 
Holmes, D.D ,Diamond Grove. 
Holt, 8. F., Decatur. 
Honn, Jacob, Tuscola. 
Hopper, J. v., Bunker Hill. 
Horner, J. H., Pleasant Hill. 
Horton, J.. Somerset. 
Hovey, J., Rosetta. 
Howard, G. M., Upper Alton. 
Hoyt, C. T., Upper Alton. 
Hubbard, S. M., Rochelle. 
Hull, D., Vandalia. 
Humphrey, J. M., Neoga. 
Hunsacker, J. W., Anna. 
Hunt, A. M., Atlanta. 
Hunt, E. L , Aurora. 
Hutching, W. W., Nashville. 
Hulton, D. J., Lick Creek. 

INDIANA. 
Halbrook, F. M., Boonrille. 
Ham, W. J., Tipton. 
Hank in, O. P., Michigantown. 
Harding, L., Corunna. 
Harpier, N., Bunker Hill. 
Harris, C. 

Harvey, R. N., A mo. 
Hawkins, O. P., Tipton. 
Hazen, L. L , Alton. 
Hex. D. R., Din Juan. 
Hicks, I. H., Lilly Dale. 
Hill, T., Vernon. 
Hill. Wm., Huntington. 
Hitchcock, W. A , S. Whitley. 
Houghland, J., Polk Patch. 
Howard, A., Jamestown. 

Howard, , Lfnn Grove. 

Huckleberry, F. M., Lebanon. 
Huff, J. D., Troy. 



Hughes. W., Windfall. 
Hume, A. G.,''Stilesville. 
Hummer, P., West Troy. 
Huston, D. S., Rensselaer. 
Hutson, J. M., Fortr-stville. 

IOWA. 
Haines, A., Centreville. 
Hall, J., D. D., Waverly. 
Han ley, R. R, Tabor. 
Hart, S., Le Claire. 
Hays, N., Eddyville. 
Hayhurst, L. W., Burlington. 
Hazlewood, W.G.,PleasantPI'n. 
Hertzog, G. W., Monroe. 
Hicks. H. R., Afton. 
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KANSAS. 
Hale, J. T., Burlington. 
Harris, Israel, Fort Scott. 
Hartshorn, R. D. [rie. 

Henderson, G. W.,Round Prai- 
Hitchcock, A., Osage Mission. 
Hickok, D., Reno. 
Holroyd, S , Lowell. 
Hull, P. W., Mount Pleasant. 
Hutchinson, C. G., Ottowa. 

KENTUCKY. 
Hale, T., Bloomsfield. 
Hall. Harvey, Beatyville. 
Hank, T. L. Columbus. 
Hann,iM. F., Scottville. 
Hardie, S. A., Almdale. 
Hardy, J. H., Glascow. 
Hardy, S. H., Webbs. 
Harman, H. D., Rockholt. 
Harrington, J. M., Bardstown. 
Harris, G. W., Shelbyvllle. 
Harvey, W. P. Harrodsburg. 
Hatchet, A., Hubbardsville. 
Hay, W. N., Narrow Ridge. 
Hay, W. W., Glenville. 
Haynes, 8. D., Henderson. 
Haynes, T. W., Alexandria. 
Head, H., Knottsville. 
Head, Wm.. Clifton Mills. 
Hedges, J. F., Riplyville. 
Heinrich, A., Louisville. 
Helm, 8. L., D.D., Louisville. 
Henry, J. H., Madisonville. 
Hicks, G.H.,Frankiin XRoads. 
Higgins, J. 8., Stamford. 
Hobbs. Wm., Elk Greek. 
Hodge, C , Salem. 
Hoke, T. J., Jeffersontown. 
Holland, S. A., Pembruke. 
Holliday, John, Millersburgh. 
Hell man, R., Eminence. 
Hopewell, A. C, Casey sville. 
Horn, L. M., Franklin. 
Hornton, L., Manchester. 
Howard, J. G., Owensboro, 
Howard. 8. B. 

Hubbard, Wm., Hopkinaville. 
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Hansbsrd, E. E., lioaisrille. 
Hunt, Geo. D.. Nicholasrille. 
Hunt, J. B., Glasgow. 
Hunter, A. B., Mt. Pleasant. 
Hunter, C. D., Todd's Point 

LOUISIANA. 
Haden, BenJ. 
Haines, George, IberyiPe. 
Hall, R. S., Spring Ridge. 
Hall, Thomas, Evergreen. 
Harrell, J. A.,Sa]eni. 
Hartsfield, G. W., Mansfield. 
Hinson, J. F.. Minden. 
Hogpeth, John. 
Holmes, Robert. 
Humble, T. J. 

MAINE. 
Hallowell, J., South China. 
Hanscom, M., Brooklin. 
Harden, 0. E., North Sidney. 
Hart, H. A., Portland. 
Haynes, D. C, Lewiston. 
Haynes, E. M. Lewiston. 
Hazlewood, F. T., Bangor. 
Hemmingway, A. G., S. St. Geo, 
Hemmingway, J., Friendship. 
Herring, C. M., Gardiner. 
HoUoway, J. Morrill. 
Holman, G. W. Liewiston. 
Holman, J. W., Liltoriy. 
Holman, W. O., Ellsworth. 
Hubbard, J., Jr., Biddeford. 
Hubbard, J.. N. Berwick Vill. 

MARYLAND. 
Hawthorne, J. B., Baltimore. 
Hicks, Lewis, Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Hackett, H. B.,Newton Centre. 
Hall, Abijah, Boston. 
Hall, Silas, Middleboro*. 
Hall, W. W., Edgartown. 
Hamblin, I , East Abington. 
Hanson, C. T., Peabody. 
Harlow, R. H., Boston. 
Harris, Amos, Arlington. 
Harris, E. N., Gloucester. 
Harris, N., North Becket 
Haskell, J., Hinsdale Depot 
Hatch, L. B., Edgartown. 
Haughwout, P. B., Fall River. 
Hersey, Quincy, Methuen. 
Hickok, C. H.. New Marlboro'. 
Higgins, A. M., Chicopee. 
Hill, D. D., Reading. 
Hill, E. a, North Becket 
Hill, Samuel, South Boston. 
Hinckley, Henry, GroTcland. 
Holbrook, C. F., Danyersport 
Holbrook, J^Reading. 
Holman, G. w., HoUiston. 
Holmes, J. S., Lynn. 
Holmes Lewis, Rochdale. 
Holt, Eilburn, Long Plain. 
Horton, J. W., Dighton. 
Hovey, Alyah, Newton Centre. 
Howe, Wm., Cambridgeport 
Humphrey, £., Plymouth. 
Hunt, £. T. 
Hnrd, J. C, Medford. 
Hnssey, A. C, Newton Centre. 
Hutohmson, J., TiUout 

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MICHIOAN. 
Hall, H. J., Kalamazoo. 
Hamlin, E. H., Ceresco. 
Harris. G. W., Kalamazoo. 
Haskell, a, Kalamazoo. 
Herrington, A. K., Wexford. 
Hervey, R., Adrian. 
Hickoz,G. H., Lansing. 
Hicks. A. R., Spencer MOIs. 
Hills, D. E., Rock ford. 
Hulbert, C. E., Lowell. 

MINNESOTA. 
Hanson, H. E., Golden Gate. 
Henrickson, J., Clark's Grove. 
Hobbitt, J. C, Minneapolis. 
House, M., Eyota. 
Houson, B. B.y New Ulm. 
Howard, F., Northfleld. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Hackett, J. A., Jackson. 
Hale, J. K. P., Harrison's Sta. 
Hall, J. G., Grenada. 
Hall, J. C, Tocapola. 
Hall,R. N., Yazoo City. 
Hamberlin, J. B., Meridian. 
Hand,T. J., Marion. 
Harrml, Job, Hernando. 
Harrington, J., Union. 
Harris, G. W., Brandon. 
Harris, J. F., Rienzi. 
Hayward, H. B., Gamer. 
Head, W. H., New Prospect 
Henderson, A., Egypt Station. 
Henderson, E. W., Sardis. 
Henderson, J. W. \jpect. 

Hendricks, H. J.D., NewPros- 
Heslip, T. B., Shubuta. 
Hewlett, R. G., Oxford. 
Hillman, W., Clinton. 
Hitt, J. A.,Garland8vine. 
Hitt, S. J., Homewood. 
HoUoway, L. B., Jackson. 
Hurt, R. S., Senatobla. 
Hutson, T. J.. Beauregard. 
Hutson, W. A., Morton. 
Hutto, W. A., Sebastopel. 

MISSOURI. 
Haines, J. W., Bowling Green. 
Hall, J., D. D., Chillicothe. 
Hamner, J. C, Miami. 
Hanks, T., Indian Ford. 
Hanner, J. N., Barnesville. 
Hardesty, B. F., Chantilly. 
Hardin, J., Webster. 
Hardin, J. H., Coffeysburg. 
Harris, R. H., California. 

Harrison, ., Kanesville. 

Harvey, J., Hodson. 
Harvey, J. C. 

Hasselhun, J. C, St. Louis. 
Hatfield, J. M., Warsaw. 
Hawkins, J. B., Spencerf*burg. 
Haycraft, P. M^ Nelsonville. 
Hedges, J. F., Louisiana. 
Herndon, H. W., Osceola. 

Heurding, ..Independence. 

Hickman, J., BrMgeton. 

Hight, £. A..Dent CourtHouse. 

Hildreth, W., Pleasant Hill. 

Hill, H. 

Hill, Jas., Ashgrove. 

Hizon, B. F.,F«amyra. 

HobbB,J.8. 



Hodge, B., Point Pleasant 
Hodges, R., Stephen's Mill. 
Hoffman, Jonas, Commerce. 
Hogan, T., Point Pleasant. 
Holman, T., B'ack Oak Point 
Holt J. M., Canton. 
Horn, A., Fayetteville. 
Hosmer, A., Fayetteville. 
Hudson, Thos., Arrow Rock. 

Hudson, ., Brownsville. 

Huflf, W. 8., CarroJton. 
HuKhes, J. B., Cameron. 
Hulbird, G., Gilead. 
Humphrey's, J. D., Macon City. 
Hunley, W. H., Pendyan. 
Hunt, Cyrus, Mt Pleasant 
Hunt, E. M., Stockton. 
Huntley, G. W., Forest City. 
Hyde, G. W., Bellair. 

NEBRASKA. 
Hall, £. W., Bellevue. 
Hassell, Theo., Omaha. 
Horton, L. B. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Hall, K. a, Lake Village. 
Haradon, J.a,Goffstown Cent'r 
Harriman, G. G., Fisherville. 
Hayden,L.,D.D., New London. 
Heald, A., Warner. 
Henry, F., Newport. [Ferry. 
Herbert, T. W., Thornton's 
Herrick, J. S., Troy. 
Hooper, N., Exeter. 
Hubbard. H.G., E. Washington. 
Hurlin, Wm., Antrim. 

NE^AT JERSEY. 
Harris, A., Hoboken. 
Hay, Andrew J., Greenwich. 
Heoerle, J., New Brunswick. 
Hedden. W. P., Orange. [Mt 
Hendrickson, G.F., Schooley's 
Hill, D. T., Deckertown. 
Hires, A. J., Cape May C. H. 
Hires, W. D., Imlaystown. 
Hooper, A., Newark. [City. 
Hewlett T. R., D. D., Hudson 
Horr, G. E., Newark. 
Hughes, D. C, Newark. 
Hughes, Samuel, Camden. 
Humnstone, W., Copper Hill. 
Hutcninson, J. B., Princeton. 
Hutson, J. S., Stockton. 
Hyatt, Jas. H., Dividing Creek. 
Hyde, J. C, Hightstown, 

NE^AT YORK. 
Hall, Leander, Yernon. 
Halliday, John, Red Creek. 
Hallock, W.M., Klchmondville. 
Halsted, D. W., Barryville. 
Ham. C. H., Pougbkeepsie. 
Hamlin, A. R. WT, Bainbridge 
Hamraond,J.W.,Adam'8Centre 
Hammond, T. D., Greene. 
Hammond, W. W., Brooklyn. 
Hanna, T. A.T., Brooklyn, E.D. 
Happy, J. C, Medway. 
Harmon, G. N., Lawrence. 
Harris, I. M.,Pittsford. 
Harris, J. M., Rome. 
Harris, R., Dover Plains. 
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Harrison, T. S., Bristol. 
Harrison, W. H., Great Valley. 
Hart, G. 0., Leesyille. 
Hart, L. B., Poughfceepsie. 
Hartshorn, C, So. Richmond. 
Haryey, C. H., Mayville. 
Harvey, G. W., Oppenheim. 
Harvey, H., Hamilton. 
Haskell, F. S., Findlev's Lake. 
Hatch, E. B., Thorn Hill, 
Hatch, S. W., Smithville. 
Hathaway, B., Trout Creek. 
Hatt, George, New York. 
Hawkins, £., Newbarg. 
Haynes, A., Jamestown. 
Haynes, D. C, Three Mile Bay, 
Haynes, H.,Greenville Centre. 
Haynes, L. M. 8., Watertown. 
Hays, A., Jamestown. 
Hays, R. D., Smithport, Pa. 
Haywood, 8. S^Norwich. 
Hendrick, J., Hornellsville. 
Henry, A. C, Hartsville. 
Henry, J. W., Clayton. 
Heron, W., Brooklyn. 
Herrick, C, Charleston. 
Herrick, H., Nashville. 
Hervey, G. W., New York. 
Hickie, W. W., Madrid. 
Hicks, Enos, West Colesville. 
Hill, B. M., D. D., New York. 
Hill, D. T., Pauling. 
Hill, H. P., Corning. 
Hi 11 man, 8. T., New York City. 
Hitchcock, T. W., Johnsburg. 
Hiscox, E. T., D.D., Brooklyn. 
Hogeboom. G. A., Edmeston. 
Hodge, J. L., D. D.. New York. 
Hodge, R. A., North Hebron. 
Holme, J. L., D. D., New York. 
Hoi man, W. C, Poughkeepsie, 
Holroyd. E., Albion. 
Holt,W., ItalyHollow. lage. 
Holmes, M. W^ Farmer's [Vil- 
Horion, T. T., Perrysburg. 
Hotchkisp,V. R., D.D., Buffalo. 
Howard, J. M., Ogdensburg. 
Howd, J. E., Westport. 
Howell, 8., MansviUe. [Falls. 
Houghton, G. W., Wappmger's 
House, T. J. B., Port Jervls. 
Hoyt, Wayland, Brookljm. 
Huggins, Jas., Brooklyn. 
Hnll, C. E., New York. 
Hulse, S., itethany. 
Humphrey, E. B., Olive. 
Hunt, D. B., South Troupsb'g. 
Hunt, E. T. HoosiGk FalJs. 
Hunt, H. P., E. Clarence. 
Huntington, J., Sardinia. 
Hnntley, Wm., Cincinnatus 
Hutchins, H., Brooklyn. 
Hutchinson, E., New York. 
Hutchinson, W., New York. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Hall, J. W., Warrior Creek. 
Hamner, Wm. H., Lexington. 
Harmon, D. C. Sugar Grove. 
Harrell, D., Windsor. 
Barren, W. B., Smithfield. 
Harrelson, John. 
Harrill, W., Webb's Ford. 
Harris, L., Green Hill. 
Harrison, J., Roan. 



Haynes, W., Rutherfordton. 
Heatherly, A., Flat Rock. 
Herriford, W. N., Wentworth. 
Hiden, J. C, Wilmington. 
Hildebrand, A., Mull Grove. 
Hiidebrand, Israel M. 
Hill, E. D. 
Hill, G. W. 
Hocut, H., Stanhope. 
Hoggard, J. N., Murfreeboro'. 
Hoggard, Thos., Colerain. 
Holbert, John, Columbus. 
Holtsclaw, H., King's Creek. 
Holtsclaw, P., Pigeon River. 
Honeycutt, Saml., Burnsville. 
Honeycutt, T. M., Green Hill. 
Hooker, J. W., Democrat. 
Hooper, Wm., Wilson. 
Horner, T. J., Tar River. 
Howard, W. H., Clinton. 
Howell, E . Gatesvllle. 
Howell, J., Jonesville. 
Howell, J. K., Raleigh. 
Howell, Jesse, Grove. 
Howell, Thomas. 
Howerton, 8. W., Thomasville. 
Hoyle, M. B« Flinty Branch. 
Hufbam, J. D., Camden C. H. 

OHIO. 
Hall, A. W., Brandon. 
Hall,B. P., Olena. 
Hall, Horace, Adams. 
Hartfard, C. N., Hebron. 
Harmon.B.F., Mt. Washington. 
Harper, B., Portsmouth. 
Hatch, G., E. Kingsville. 
Hawkins, J., Cherry Grove. 
Hawker, J., Monroeville. 
Haven, G., Sandusky City. 
Harvey, J., Urbana. 
Haw, Wm., Scott 
Hayne, M, E., Cleveland. 
Heath, A., North Amherst. 
Heissand, J. W., Dresden. 
Henderson, J. L., Arabia. 
Hera, E. R., New Richmond. 
Herbert, J., Rural Dale. 
Herrod, R., Yellow Spring. 
Hertzog, G. W. 
Hill, J.F.,Norwalk. 
Holmes, W., Richmondale. 
Hough, S., Kingsville. 
Howck, J., Lincoln. 
Howell, T. W., Pine Grove. 
Hubbard, A. C, Cincinnati. 
Hubbard, G. A., Strongsville. 
Hull, S. F., New Market. 
Hunt, A., Chillicothe. 
Hunting, E., Madison. 
Huntington, J., Bucyrus. 
Hurlbutt, E. H., Huntington. 
Hurlbutt, W. H., W. Andover. 
Button, J. B., Mt. Gilead. 

OREGON. 

Hill, H. N., Franklin. 
Hill, R. C, Albany. 
Hungate, J. i>. P., Salem. 
Hunsaker, A. J. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Hall, J. P., 8mithfield. 
Hammett, J., Point Pleasant. 
Hand, George, Hatboroogh. 



Hansen, W. F., D.D., Phila. 
Hanna, G. L. C, Philadelphia. 
Hergrave, O. P., Monogahela. 
Hastings,A.J.,6uchanan. [City. 
Hayes, 8. J., Curwensville. 
Heath, Moses, Hatboro'. 
Hellings, W. P., Scranton. 
Henson, P. 8., D. D., Phila. 
Henshey, B. B., Willamsport. 
Hervey, D. W. C, N. Sewickly. 
Hewett, C. A., Norristown. 
Hicks, John, Mead Corners. 
Uickman, W. W., Pennsville. 
Hill, T. 8., Germantown. 
HoUis, W., G., Philadelphia. 
Holme, J. L., Tyrone City. 
Holmes, G. Y., WashinKton. 
Homberger,L.P.,Phirdelphia. 
Hubbard, A. B., Reading. 
Hughes, W. T., McLane. 
Hunt, R. 8., Brookville. 
Hunter, D. W., McWilliamst'n. 
Huston, G., Breakneck. 
Husted, W. H., Northeast. 
Hutchin8on,J.B.,Philadelphia. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Hamblin. G. W., Newport 
Hartshorn. J. C, Providence. 
Harris, E. N., Providence. 
Holman, 8. L., Woonsocket 
Howard, A., Providence. 
Hurst, William, Richmond. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Ham, 8., Florence. 
Hampton ,T., Orangeburg C.H. 
Handy, Jas. H., Spartansburg. 
Hart T. W., Darlington. 
Hartin^W. H., Ridgeway. 
Haws, W., Pine House. 
Hays, B., Anderson. 
Hays, H., Walhalla. 
Head, S., Tunnel HiH. 
Hicks, G. W., Tinker's Greek. 
Hicks, E., Taylor. 
Hiers, Buford's Bridge. 
Higgins, J. B., Columbia. 
HilUard, D., Spartanburg. 
Hinton, James E., St. George. 
Hinton, L. C, Chester. 
Hoffman, J. 8. C, Orangeburg. 
Holder, B., Walhalla. 
Hoover, J.M., Buford's Bridge. 
Home, E. W., Ridge. 
Hudson, D., Pickens. 
Huffman, J. C, Orangeburg. 
Hugh son, W. E., Sumter. 
Humphries, B., Chester. 
Humphries,J.C.,Lime8toneSp. 
Huxford, P., Jr., St Stephens. 
Hyot J. R. 

TENNESSEE. 
Hall. Jas., Mt Airy. 
Haliburton, D., Bethlehem. 
Hanks, E.Columbia. 
Harral, Job. 
Harvey, A. 
Haste, D., Trenton. 
Haynes, J. J., Ripley. 
Haywood, D., Columbia. 
Henderson, E. W. 
Henderson, M. 
Henderson, P. T., Smyrna. 



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Henry, W. A., Monteauroa. 

Hewlet, R. G., Oxford. 

Hickle, Wm., Maynardville. 

Higdon, T. A., Ducktown. 

Hifl, Wm., Dyresburg. 

Hillsman, M., Trenton. 

Hodges, Wm. J., Jack*8 Creek. 

HoUis, E. J. 

Hornsby, Wm. M. 

Howard, R. T. 

Howell, Wm. 

Hoyle, C. R. 

Huff, W. J., Fairfield. 

HuU, R. 

Hunt, T. J., Big Creek. 

Hurt, R. S. 

Hyder, J. R. 

TEXAS. 

Haggard, M., Centre yille. 
Hall, itaron, Wheat?ille. 

Hall, , Paris. 

Hammon,J.,BlackJack Qrore. 
Hardin, A., Crocket. 
Hardin, M. B., Waco. 
Hargrove, J. W., Anderson. 
Harris, Pinckey, Webberville. 
Harris, R. P., Hockley. 
Harris, W. W:, Dallas. 
Hatchet, W. P., Waco. 
Haulfield, A. J., Grape Vine. 
Haynes, D. R., Alleyton. 
Haynie, James, Texana. 
Hays, W. H. H., Grand Bluff. 
Hearn, E. H., Centre. 

Hefner, , Dangerfield. 

Henderson, S. W.. Sumpter. 
Hendricks, J. S., Baena Vista. 
Hendricks, W. H., Webster. 
Henserling, Jesse, Jasper. 
Hillyer, J. T., Lockhart. 
Hines, J. F., Helena. 
Holford, Wm., Scyne. 
Holliman, P., Palestine. 
Holly, J. C, Acton. 
Hoi man, E. W., Sherman. 
Hood, J. W., Paris. 
Hood, M. J., Paris. 
Hooker, Thos.,Bold Springs. 
Horsely, J. K., Edom. 
Houston, J. T., Anderson. 
Howard, Wm., Galveston. 



ALABAMA. 
Inzer, R. W., Ashville. 

ARKANSAS. 
Ingram, W., Payetteville. 
Isaacs, James, '* 

CONNECTICUT. 
Ives, Dwight, D. D., Suffleld. 

GEORGIA. 
Irwin, C. M., Macon. 
Isbel, Martin, Fairmount 
Ivey, F. H., Athena, 

ILLINOIS. 
Ind, T. M., Litchfield. 
Ingham, J. E., Upper Al^on. 



OEDAINED MINISTERS. 

Howard, W. H., Burnett. 
Humphries, B. F., Tyler. 
Hunton, J. C, Macomb. 
Hutton, V. J., White sboro. 

VERMONT. 

Haskins, , Bellows Falls. 

Hawley, J. S., Springfield. 
Hibbard, C. Chester. 
Hibbard, L. B., Grafton. 
Hines, P. C, Sheldon. 
Hodge, H. D., Johnson. 
Hovev, H. N., Lowell. 
Howard, L., Ruthland. 
Howard, M , Rich ford. 
Howe, P., Pondville. 
Huntley, J., Essex. 
Hurl hurt, E. B., Manchester. 
Hurlburt, W. 8., West Bolton. 
Hutchinson, E., Windsor. 

VIRGINIA. 

Hagood, M., Hill Grove. 
Haley, J. L., Frederick's Hall. 
Hall, Addison, Kilmarnock. 
Hall, Theo. A., Piney Grove. 
Hall, W. C. Williamsburg. 
Halsey, J. M., Bye Valley. 
Hamner, J.C.,Stonewall Mills. 
Hankins, Wm., Rooky Mount. 
Harding, G. R., Manchester. 
Hardwick, J. T., Vernon Hill. 
Harris, H. H., Richmond. 
Harris, J. H., Fancy Hill. 
Harris,S.,Thomp8on*sXRoads. 
Harrison, J. R., Gish's Mill. 
Hart, Jos. W., Stevensville. 
Hatcher, Harvey, Portsmouth. 
Hatcher,HillaryE.,OrangeC.H. 
Hatcher, Wm. E., Petersburg. 
Hatcher, Wm. L., Salem. 
Hawkins, E., Gordonsville. 
Hawkins, T. R., Gordonsville. 
Hawkins, W. 8., Hays' Store. 
Haulsie, J. M., Rye Valley. 
Haymore, R. D., Penn's Store. 
Haynes, Jas. A., Middleburg. 
Helton, John. 

Heradon,Thaddeus,Piedm'nt. 
Hill, W. A., Rapidan StaUon. 
Hill, W. H. 
Hoge, P. C, Scottville, 

Ingham, O. E., Thompson. 
Ingmlre, F. W,..Springfield. 
Irving, P., Irving. 
Irwin, J. L., Havana. 
Ives. F. B., Tiskilwa. 

INDIANA. 
Ingersoll, L. J., Wabash. 

IOWA. 
Ivins, D., Indianola. 

KANSAS. 
Irwin, Wm., Lenape. 

KENTUCKY. 
Ishell, E, D„ Georgetown. 



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Holmes, J. H., Richmond. 
Holmes, S., Ivor Station. 
Holtzman, T., Washington. 

Hooper, . 

Hopkins, John, Arrington. 
Horner, L. D., Midlothian. 
Horton, T. 

Hubbard, Joel, Riceville. 
Huff, S. P., Batesville. 
Hume, Thomas, Portsmouth. 
Hume, Thos., Jr., Danville. 
Hutson, J. E., Petersburg. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Batnes. Daniel, Wadeville. 
Hall, E. M. 

Hall, Jordan, Parkersburg. 
Hardwicke, J. B., " 
Hardwick, J. P., Graham's Sta. 
Harliss, E., Charleston. 
Harman, B. L., Paw Paw. 
Harmon, Jas.H., Winfield. 
Harmon, Tho8.,Jr.,Red House. 
Harmon, Thos., Sr., Hamline. 
Haught, D. 

Hawkins, Thos., Mud Bridge. 
Hertzog, G. W., Smithfield, Pa. 
Hoff, C, Graham's Station. 
Hogue, J. A. 
Hoiberi, A., Cameron. 
Holbert, T. B., Mannington. 
Holden,P.W. 
Holt, T.F^ Maiden. 
Huffman, Daniel, Steer Creek. 
Huffman, L. J., Steer Creek. 

WISCONSIN. 
Haab, R., Watertown. 
Hagle. D., Darlington. 
Hamilton, A., Fort Howard. 
Harris, E. L., Elton. 
Haskell, L., Lima. 
Heronymous, C, Milwaukee. 
Hewitt, J. O. M., Waupun. 
Hicks, E. W., Millard. 
Hill, W. T., Bloomington. 
Hodge, M. G., D.D., Zanesvilte. 
Holland, T., Dodgeville, 
Hoi man, T., Oshkosh. 
Hoyle,T.J.,0shko8h. 
Hughes, Hj Picatonica. 
Hurlhurt, E. H., Osceola Mills. 

MAINE. 
Ilsley, G. B., Spriogvale. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Ide, Geo. B., D.D., Springfield. 

MINNESOTA. 
Inman, T. E., Main Prairie. 

MISSOURI. 

Ilnow, P. v.. Palmyra. 
Ingram, C, Marshall. 
Ingraim, iRaac, Bolivar. 

NEVNT YORK. 

Ilsley. S., New York, 
IsUp, J. P., Cherry Creek, 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 

Ivey, 8., Leachburg. 

OHIO. 

lodobarger, J. W., Mt. Vernon. 
Ingersoll, W. M., Youngstown. 
Irons, J., Omega. 



RHODE ISLAND. 
Inman, H. 8., Providente. 

SOUTH CAROLINA, 
label 1, Samuel, Fair Play. 



TENNESSEE. 
Inman, W. G., Port Royal. 

WISCONSIN, 
lams, F. M., Elkhom. 



ALABAMA. 
Jackson, B. A., Pine Level. 
Jay, A., Evergreen. 
Jenkins, 8. G., Silver Ran. 
Jennings, B., Eennedale. 
Jennings, B. J., Rasseliville. 
Johnson, G. B., Greensport. 
Jolly, Ay Van Buren. 
Jones, H., Rockford. 
Jones, J. C, Newtonville. 
Jones, R., North Port. 
Jones, W. L., Davis Greek. 

ARKANSAS. 
Jack8on,Comby,Corner Stone. 
Jackson, Ellas, Wain at Lake. 
Jenkins, A., Brownsville. 
Jenkins, Ezekiel, Aubam. 
Johnson, A S. 
Jones, Aaron, Five Forks. 
Jones, Claiborne, Billingsly. 
Jones, W. B., Pine Blaflf: 
Jordan, Peter, Five Forks. 

CALIFORNIA, 
Jameson, T. G., San Rafael. 
Johnson, Amos, Sacramento, 
Johnson, J. W., Petaluraa. 
Jones, L. D., Calpello, 

CONNECTICUT. 
James, Wm.,Plainville, 
Jennings, R., Deep River. 
Jones, H. V., Noank. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Jefferson, W. B., Washington, 
Jones, Thop., " 

FLORIDA. 
Johnson, P. C„ Micampy. 
Johnson, W., Morrison's Mills, 
Jones, C. B., Palatka 

OEORGIA. 
Jackson, H., Mulberry. 
Jackson, J. A., Barnsville, 
Jackson,J.L.,Lester's District. 
Jackson, Nathan, Perry. 
Jackson, R. H., Franklin. 
James, J. A., Macon. 
Jarrard, J. C., Batesville. 
Jarrall, W. S., Richland, [ville. 
Jenning^, L. R. L., Crawford- 
Jewell, E., Hearnville. 
Johnson, T. J., Camilla, 
joiner, Lark in, Millwood. 
Jonps, George, Macon. 
Jones, N. M., Greensboro'. 
Jones, T. B. 
Jordan, J. T. 
Jordan, W., Glasgow. 

ILLINOIS. 

Jackson, A. W., Jacksonville. 
Jackson, J. B., Chicago. 



Jackson, J. L., Fulton. 
Jackson, B. M., Oakland. 

James, , Tamaroa. 

James, W. K, Washburn. 
Jameson, T.,Chillicothe. 
Jasinsky, F. W., Sheridan. 

Jefferson, , Lebanon. 

Jenkins, . 

Jennings, L. A., Salt Creek. 
Johnson, C. P., Woodson. 
Johnson, G. P., " 
Johnson, H. L., Mnrraysville. 
Johnson, I. P., Vienna. 
Johnson, Joel, *• 
Johnson, J. Mu 
Johnson, J. P., Upper Alton. 
Johnson, R. 8., Cnarthage. 
Johnson, T., Chicago. 
Johnson, W. D. H., Greenville. 
Johnson, W. G., Alton. 
Jones, A., Carleston. 
Jones, Aaron, A.. Jr., Barry. 
Jones, E., Litchfield. 
Jones, Edward, Taylorville. 
Jones, H., Norton. 
Jones, 1. E., Braceville. 
Jones, John, Pin Oak. 
Jones, J. R., Bunker Hill. 
Jones, L. R., Sullivan. 
Jones, M. J., Raleigh. 
Jones, P. W., Tamaroa. 
Jones, S., Chicago. 
Jones, W. B., Springfield. 

INDIANA. 
Johnson, A., Bluffton. 
Johnson, N., Osgood. 
Jones. E., Sunman. 
Jones, E. S., Anapolis. 
Jones, P., Adams. 
Jackson, 8., Sellersburg. 
Jarrell, W. A., Freelandville. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Jones, J. B., Fort Gibson. 

IOWA. 
Jackson, A., Walnut City. 
Jeffries, J., Algona. 
Jeffries, J., Oskaloosa. 
Jewett, A., Pel la. 
Johnson, J. C, Del. Centre. 
Johnson, W. G., Croton. 
Jones, J. K., Linnville. 
Judson, T. H., New Hartford. 

KANSAS. 
Jack, P. J., Xenia. 
Johnson, J. N., Walnut Creek. 
Jones, Evan, Lawrence. 
Jones, J. T., Ottawa. 

KENTUCKY. 
James, E. L„ Barboursville, 
James, D. F., Somerset. 
James, J., Columbia. 



James, R. T. W. 
Jenkins, B. P., Cromwell. 
Jenkins, J. H., Glendale. 
Jesse, S. H., Owensboro. 
Johnson, A., Racoon. 
Johnson, H., Landon. 
Johnson, L., Walton. 
Johnson, N. B., Waco. 
Johnson, Wm., Ghent. 
Jolly, J. M., California. 
Jones, W., Smithland. 
Jones, W. C, Legrange. 
Jones, W- A., Columbus. 
Jordan, A. L., Newport. 
Jordan, H. T., Bagdad. 
Jordan, J. S., Hanging Fork. 
Jordan, W. M., New Castle. 

LOUISIANA. 
Jackson, A. W., Mansfield. 

MA.INE. 
Jackson, B., Bowdoin. 
Jackson, Henry. 
Jackson, J., Litchfield Corner 
Jackson, Peny, Monroe. 
James. Edmund. 
Jaquith, E. F., Palermo. 
Jewett, J., East Pittston. 
Johnson, J., Charleston. 
Johnson, Paul. 
Jones, Edmund. 

MARYLAND. 
Jones, Joseph H., Frederick. 
Jones, J. W., Bruoklandville. 



MASSACHUSETTTS. 
Jackson, William, N. Bedford. 
James. R. 8., West Newton. 
Jencks, E. N., Ashville. 
Jennings, John, Auburndale. 
Jerome, E. M., Westfield. 
Jewett, L. 

Johnson, R. G., Westminster. 
Johnson, 8., Grafton. 
Jones, J. D. E., Worcester. 
Jones, J. P., Westfield. 
Jones, N. B., Leverett. 
Jones, H. M., West Otis. 
Judd, T. O., E. Longmeadow. 

MICHIGAN. 
Jenks, G. W.. Howell. 
Johnson, Charles, Lansing. 
Johcson, T., South Jackson. 
Jones, Samuel, Ann Arbor. 
Jones, T. Z. R., Kalamazoo. 
Jordan, J. C, Inland. 
Joy, A., Joyfield. 

MINNESOTA. 
Johnson, A., Golden Gate. 
Johnson, E. S., St. Peters. 
Jones, J., Sauk Centre. 



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MISSISSIPPI. 
James, Boson, Calhoun. 
Jaynes, F. M., Post Oak. 
Jennings, G. L., Post Oak. 
Jennings, J. L., Air Mount. 
Johnson, C, Jackson. 
Johnson, J. W., Tocapola. 
Johnson, O. L^ Hazlehurst. 
Johnson, W., Kossuth. 
Johnson, W. C, West Point. 
Jones, A., Canton. 
Jones, P., Raymond. 

MISSOURI. 
Jackson, J., Mexico. 
Jackson, J. B., Pleasant Hill. 
James, I. B., Syracuse. 
James, J. M., Brush Creek. 
Jarvis, J. M. 
Je&ies, Jj^ Lebanon. 
Jenkins, T. 

Jenkins, E., Rochester. 
Jennings, E., Bowling Green. 
Jesse, J., Mexico. 
Jewell, F. E., Maryville. 
Johnson, R. S., Independence. 
Johnson, J.D., Fredericktown. 
Johnson, J. B., Macon. 
Johnson, G. P., Neba 
Johnson, Wm., La Plata. 
Johnson, W. R., Gentreville. 
Johnson, (i, J., St. Louis. 
Johnson, I. V., Jamestown. 
Johnson, J. T. M., Ashland. 
Johnston, T., Houston. 
Johnston, T. T., Truxton. 
Jones, Aaron, Jr., Newton. 
Jones, O. S., Etna. 
Jones, W. C, Jefferson City. 
Jones, W. S , Bowers Mills. 
Jordan, J. S., Cape Girardeau. 

Judd, , MinterTille. 

Jlustice, J. E. B., Ashgroye. 
Justin, J., Roosk. 

NEBRASKA. 
James, John, Aspinwall. 
Jones, I. C, Silver Creek. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Jones, A., Bennington. 
Joy, F. B., East Canaan. 

^ NEW JERSEY. 
James, W. M., Camden. 
Johnson, F., Passaic. 
Jones, Miller, Marlton. 
Jutton, D. B., Turkey. 

NEW YORK. 
Jacobs, E. T., Afton. 
James, C. H., Alden. 
James, R. L., Dunkirk. 
James, D. T., Whitehall. 
James, \V., Cold Spring. 
Jeanson, R. E., New York. 
Jewett, E. J., Greenfield. 
Johnston, C. A., New York. 
Johnson, G. A., Cohoes. 
Johnson, C. H., Clinton. 
Johnson, Geo., Greece. 
Johnson, L. 8., Cohoes. 



Johnson, W. C, Albion. 
Johnson, W. J., Linden. 
Jones, A. B., Green. 
Jones, F., Worcester. 
Jones, H. M., Fredonia. 
Jones, H. S., Smyrna. 
Jones, J. E., Worcester. 
Jones, J. W., Putnam Valley. 
Jones, M., Akron. 
Jones, P. £., Utica. 
Jones, P. L., Dunkirk. 
Jones, R., N. Gouyerneur. 
Jones, S. G., Virgil. 
Joslyn, E. G. B.. Rockwood. 
Judson, Edward, Hamilton. 
Judson, L. P., Ketcham's Cor. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Jacks, R, Jefferson. 
Jackson, J. B., Thomasyille. 
James, El^ah. Newbern. 
James, J. J., Yanceyville. 
Jessup, B. F., Fayetteyille. 
Johnson, A., Jelferson. 
Johnson, E. D., Lumberton. 
Jones, G. 8., flendersonyille. 
Jones, R. T., Flat Rock. 
Jordon, F. M., Hillsboro. 
Jordan, James, Patterson's 
Jordan, J., Troy. [Store. 

Jordan, W. H., Oxford. 
Jordan, Young. 
Justice, A. A., Franklin. 
Justice, C. B., Rutherfordton. 
Justice, T. B., " 

OHIO. 

Jackson, J., St. Marys. 
Jackson, J., Napoieon. 
Janzen, E. C., Cincinnati. 
Jayne, L. B., West Andover. 
Jetfery, R, D. D., Cincinnati. 
Jenkins, T. D., Chestenrille. 
Jenkins, D., Sparta. 
Jenkins, E., Burg. 
Johnson, D. D., Jamestown. 
Johnson, W. G., Maumee City. 
Johnson, L. W., Ironton. 
Jones, T., Milnersyille. 
Jones, G., Chill icothe. 
Jones, G. T., Antrim. 
Jones, M., Urbana. 
Jones, R. P., Homer. 
Joner, 8., Ridgeville. 
Jones, S.. Cartnagenia. 
Jordan, A., Adamsyille. 

OREGON. 
Jenkings, B., Long Tom. 
Jeter, Wm. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
James, Wm. M., Hartford. 
James, John, Pittston. [tion. 
Johnson, C. H., Linesyille Sta- 
Johnson, J. S., CoyinKton. 
Jones, W. R., Morris Run. 
Jones, B., Laddsburg. 
Jones, Tho8. Carspatch. 
Jones, E. E., Bridgeport. 
Jones, David, Danville. 
Jones, Theophilus, Mahanoy 
Jones, Bei^., Centralia. [City, 



RHODE ISLAND. 
Johnson, B., AUenton. 
Jones, H. W., Valley Falls. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Jackson, , Myersville. 

Jessy, D., Florence. 
Jeter, J. T., 8antuc. 
Jeter, F. C. " 
Jeter, R. " 

Johnson, S. H. Columbia. 
Johnson, W., Sparta. 
Jones, W. B., Greenville. 
Jones, W. T., Mount Croghan. 

TENNESSEE. 
Jackson, Gillam, Mt Moriah. 
Johns, J. W.^aneway. 
Johnson, J. W» Saulsbury. 
Johnston, G. W., A.M., Macon. 
Jones, R., Bartlett. 
Jones, S., McLemorsville. 
Jones, T. D. 

TEXAS. 
Jacobs, Lewis, Lancaster. 

James, ^ Canton. 

James, J. P., Pennington. 
Jamegan, A., Sumter. 
John, J. T., Mt. Vernon. 
Johnson, A. W., Bethel. 
Johnson, J. F., Gray Rock. 
Johnson, N. P., Richland. 
Johnson, N. W., Moulton. 
Johnson, W. D., Pleasanton. 
Johnston, Jonas,Planter8yiUe. 
Jones, Daniel, loni. 

VERMONT. 
Jones, A. 

Jones, P. F., Fairhaven. 
Jones, Z., E. Hubbardton. 

VIRGINIA. 

Jenkins, R, Walker's Church. 
Jeter, J. B., D.D., Richmond. 
Jesse, John, Jonesville. 
Jobe, William. 
Johns, John, Painvllle. 
Johnson, J. L., Charlottesville. 
Johnson, T. N., Mt. Vinco. 
Jones, J. W., Charlestown. 
Jones, John Wm., Lexington. 
Jones, T. G., D. D., Norfolk. 
JoncH, Reuben, Churchland. 
Jordan, Edward, Norfolk. 

TATEST VIRGINIA. 
Jackson, M. E., Charleston. 
James, F. C, Charleston. 
Jarrell, John, Fort Gay. 
Johnson, Thos., Charleston. 
Jordan, John M., Hamline. 

^ATISCONSIN. 
Jackson, J. C. B., Spring Prai- 
James, F. M., Elkhorn. [rle. 
Janicke, A., Mayville. 
Jeffreys, J., Fair Water. 
Johnson, J. E^ Milwaukee. 
Jones, J. W., Berlin. 



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ALABAMA. 
Kftton, E., Howeirs X Roads. 
Kee, J. D.. BuBselville. 
Kidd, J. M., Harpersville. 
Kidd, W. W., Kymulga. 
King, A. M., Fayette C. H. 
KincoD, M. J., Valley Head. 
Kone, W. W., Courtland. 

ARKANSAS. 
King, J. M., Brownsville. 
KItchland, W. P., Cut Off. 

CALIFORNIA. 
King. D., Silvey ville. 
Knight, J. B., San Francisco. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Keeney, Curtis, New London. 
Keeney, J. P., Poquetannocic. 
Kllng, W. H., Baltic. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
King, G. M. P., Washington. 

FLORIDA. 
Keep, W. W., Live Oalt. 

OEORGIA. 
Kelley, A. J., Jefferson. 
Kelsey, Isaac, No. 14., C. R. R. 
Kenerly, T. E., Lawrenoeville. 
Kennedy, A. L., Leathersrille. 
Key, J. M., Luthersville. 
Kierce, B., Camilla. 
Kilpatrick, J.H., White Plains. 
Kim bell, J. G., Locust Grove. 
Kimbell, J. T., Locust Grove. 
Kinchen, J. T., Dublin. 
King, Joel, Box Spring. 
King, P. R., Valdosta. 

ILLINOIS. 
Karaker, J., Dongola. 
Keele, J. A., Dix. 
Keele, RCAttalia. 
Keith, M., Harrisburgh. 
Keith, Thomas, Upper Alton. 
Kelley, H. 8., New Liberty. 
Kelly, C. J., Carmi. 
Kelly, H., Tower Hill. 
Kelly, James, Rushvllle. 
Kelly, John, Rushville. 
Kelly, T. J., DeSoto. 
Kendall, W. H., Dalton, Cook. 
Kennedy, J., Pleasant Plains. 
Kennedy,J. C.,Plea8ant Plains. 
Kent, G. D., Canton. 
Kent, J. H., Lisbon. 
Kenyon, A., Lostant. 
Keer, H., Unity. 
Kerr, Thomas, Rockford. 
Ketchum, F., Pontiac. 
Kimbro, G., Hurricane. 
King, C, Wythe. 
King, D., Jr., New Berlin. 
Kingsbury, H., Anawan. 
Kingsbury, S. A., D. D., Peoria. 
Kingsley, A. C, DeKalb. 
Kinman, E. B., Fish Hook. 
Kinne, N., Payson. 
Kinnie, D. N., Kaneville. 



Kirk, A. B., Denver. 
Kitzmiiler, M. V., Girard, 
Knapp, A., Princeton. 
Knspp, Jacob, Rockford. 
Knapp, 8., Lockport. 
Knowies, J., Venice- 
Know' ea, H., iDgraham. 
Koetzley, T. J., Belleville. 
Kruger, J. H., Peoria. 

INDIANA. 
Keen, A. C. 
Keen, W. S. 
Keeler, H., Kokomo. 
Kelley, K., Tamplno. 
Kelley, R., Pierceville. 
Kendall, O. B., Majenica. 
Kennedy, A., Wheeler. 
Kieth, W. C, Edwardsport. 
King, G., Crothersville. 
Knight, J. v., Frankfort. 

FLORIDA. 
Kernel, John. 

lO^ATA. 

Keropsey, M. C, Anamosa. 
Kennedy, J., Vinton. 
Kidder, F., Strawberry Pt. 
King, J. S., Janesvilie. 
King, R., New London. 
Kinman, E., Savannah. 

KANSAS. 
Kallock, I. S., Ottawa. 

KENTUCKY. 

Kam, C, Rumsey. 
Keen, J. H., East Fork. 
Keen, T. G., Hopkinsville. 
Keen, W. G.. East Fork. 
Kennedy, J. E., New Liberty. 
Keyes, C., North Fork. 
Kindred, J. W., Kirksville. 
King, J. M., Nicholas ville. 
Kirk, B.W., Power's Store. 
Kirk, J. O., Brooksville. 
Kirk ley, J. A., Petersburg. 
Kirkley, R., Hebron. 
Kirkley, V. E., Lebanon. 
Knight, A. B., Shelbyville. 

LOUISIANA. 

Keyser, Jesse. 
Klles, Martin. 
King, Daniel. 
King, P. 
King, Robert. 
Klrtley,£. N., Ringgold. 

MAINE. 
Kallock, J., Rockland. 
Kelley, M. J., Augusta. 

MARYLAND. 
Kelsay, R. B., Baltimore. . 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Kelly, J., Taunton. 
Kelley, Edmund,New Bedford 
Kelton, W. H., N. Scituate. 
Kendall, Moses, inglleld. 



Kenney, Joel, Sprinfield. 
Kimball, N. T., Haverhill. 
King, H.M., Boston Highlands. 
Kinney,.G. W., Bolden. 
Kling, W. H., West Amesbury. 
Knight, Benjamin, Salem. 

MICHIGAN. 
Kemp, J, B., Leslie. 
Kinne. A. B., Williamston. 
King, H.. Highland, 
King, Job, Balnbrioge. 
Kingsbury, W. A., Rochester. 
Kirby,J.,Volinia. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Kay, J. H., Burnsville. 
Kellls, L. C, Kellis' Store. 
King, A. A., Satartia. 
King, Shelby, Garlandsville. 
Kitchen, W. D., Whitfield. 
Kone, W. W., West Point. 

MISSOURI. 
Kaylor, R.^elsonville. 
Keach, J. H., New London. 
Kelley, G.W., Sentinal Prairie. 
Kelley, T. K., Button. 
Keloy, A. M., Greene. 
Kendrick, A. A., St. Louis. 
Kennor, James. 
Kenny, B. F., Victoria. 
Keys, J. C. 

Kilbuck, W., Fayette. 
Kilpatrick, Z., Cornelia. 
King, H. M., Paris. 
King, M. M., Bellfonte. 
Kingdon, John. Dover. 
Kirtley, Wm., Bloomfield. 
Kittle, J. W., Arabella. 
Kline, George, St. Louis. 

NEBRASKA. 
Kermott, W. J., Omaha. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Kirme, L. G., North Groton. 
Knight,Ephraim,NewLondon. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Kain, Charles, Jacobstown. 
Kempton, G., D. D., Hammon- 
Kingman, L., Vineland. fton. 

NEW YORK. 
Keim, S. G., McLean. 
Kelley, A., Fishkill. 
Kelsay, H., Halsey Valley. 
Kendrick,A.C.,D.D.,Bochester 
Kendrick,J.R.,D.I).,NewTfork. 
Ketchum, J., Altay. 
Ketchum, R. H., Chittenang^. 
Keyes, C. B., Westfield. 
Keyes, J. J., Elmira. 
Kimber, J. B.. Bmghampton. 
King, G. O., Jamestown. 
King, W. H., Oswego. 
Kirkham, O. C, Greenwich. 
Knapp, H. W., New York. 
Knapp, 8. J., New York. 
KneeiapdfA. S.. Lagrange. 
jKnowlton, F., Banksville. 



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Knowles, H. S. Findley's Ijak«. 
Kristelle, 8., New York. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Kennedy, W. M., Magnolia. 
Kimzey, James, Valley Town. 
King, B. F., Windsor. 
King, John E., Grain's Creek. 
Kingsbury, W. A. 
Kink, H. 13., Monroe. 
Knapp, T. i., Edenton. 
Kuykendall, Rob't, Unknown. 

0OHIQ. 
Karns, J. C , New Rochester. 
Keen, W. G., Piqua. 
KelJy, 8. M., Ironton. 
Kelsey, P., Central College. 
Kennedy, P. P., New Philadei- 
Kidder, W., Cincinnati, [phia. 
Kirkpatrick, J. A , Won ton. 
Koopman,G., Cleveland. 
Kyle, J., Granville. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Kiel, Jacob, PlumviUe. 
Kelly, J. A., Lewisburg. 
Kendall, Samuel, Jefferson. 
Kennard, J. 8., Philadelphia. 
Kenyon, J. B., Blakely. 
Keyser ,Charles, Philadelphia. 



Kidder, J. B., Shirleysburg. 
Kincaid, E.,D.D.,Philadelphia. 
King, I. D., Phoenixville. 
Kirk, A. G., Allegheny City. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Keitt, N., Orangeburg. 
Kendrick, G.T.,Pinckney ville. 
Kennemur, J. C, Pickens. 
Kenebrew, J. H., Barnwell. 
King, R., Belton. 
King, R. M., Honea Path. 
King. W. H., Storeville. 
Kirkland, — ., Buford'sBridge. 
Knight, 8., Scuflletown. 

TENNESSEE. 
Keen, W. A., Blountville. 
Kefauver, J. P., Sweetwater. 
Kelly, Edmund, Knoxville. 
Kendall, 8. D., Chewalla. 
Kennedy, E., Fayettville. 
Kimbrough, J. B. [boro'. 

Kimbrough, R. G., Marfrees- 
Kincannon, J., Bristol. 
King, T., Robertson's XRoads. 
Kingsbury, T. B., D. D. 
Kuhn, Peter. 

TEXAS. 

Kellis, J. N., Pennington. 



Kiefer, P., Rose Hill. 
Kimball, J. A., Henderson. 
King, A., Victoria. 
Kinnard, C. W., Bellona. 
Klrtley, F. L., Alvarado. 
Krouse, J. C, Melrose. 

VERMONT. 
Kellogg, J. P., Monkton. 
Kemp, Z., Stamford. 
Kinney, L., Ira. 

VIRQINIA. 
Keeling, Henry, Richmond. 
Kent, jT, Buckingham C. H. 
Kent, W. S., G^ariottesville. 
Kern, I. 

Kincannon, J. T., Goodson. 
Kindrick, J. B., New Garden. 
Kirk, William, H., Litwalton. 
Kiser, E., Lebanon. 
Kitzmiller, D., Giade Spring. 
Kregel, F. L , Lewis* Store. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Kemper, F., Weston. 
Kemper, R. A., Weston. 

WISCONSIN. 
Keeley, F. E., Hudson. 
Klinker, T., Manitowoc. 



ALABAMA. 
Lambert, A. J., Mt. Pleasant. 
Land, J. M., Pickensville. 
Lan^, T. J., Greenville. 
Lattimore, J. L., Moulton. 
Lawrence, O , Blountsville. 
Lee, D., Mt. Willing. 
Lee, J. P., Pickensville. 
Lennon, T. W., Coloma. 
Little, A. R., Avoca. 
Little, G. W., Ruasellville. 
Livingston, W. W.,Gaylorvllle. 
Lloyd, W. E., Auburn. 
Lloyd, W. W., Greenville. 
Lockhart, J. C. R., Greenville. 
Lundy, P. H., Greenville. 
Lyles, G. M., Providence. 

ARKANSAS. 
Lambert, W., Charleston. 
Langley, M., Arkadelphia. 
Lawrence, Wm., Big.Bend. 
Lea, W. M., Little Rock. 
Ledbetter, T. 8., Nashville. 
Lee, Ephraim, Anti tork. 
Lewis, I)., Olive Creek. 
Ldndsey, E. H., Chambersville 
Lindsey, R. M., Tulip. 
Loring, G., Fayetteville. 
Lovin, Isaac, Camp Ground. 
Luck, J. O., Bell's Store. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Ludlow, J. P., San Francisco. 
Luke, J. W., Santa Rosa. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Lathrop, E., D. D., Stamford. 
Leffingwell, C, Salem. 
Lesler, G. W., East Lynne. 
Lovell, A. 8., Bristol. 
Lyon, B. D., MontviUe. 



DIS'T. OF COLUMBIA. 
Lee, W. H., Washington. 
Leonard, C, " 

Lodge, Jas. L., Tenallytown. 

FLORIDA. 
Lacy, W. B., Greenwood. 
Lawrence, R. C. B., Marianna. 
Levy, R., Tallahassee. 

GEORGIA. 
Lacy, J. B., Thomasville. 
Lamar, Samuel, Smith ville. 
Landress, J. M., Belton, 8. C. 
Landrum, M. M., Stephens. 
Landrum, 8., Savannah. 
Lane, M. A., Goshen. 
Lane, T. W., Egypt. 
Lankford, B., Watkinsville. 
Langley, T. E., Dawson. 
Langston, W. G., Bairdstown. 
Lanier, T. W., Egypt. 
Lawrence, E. H., Hearnville. 
Lawson, P. A., Griffin. 
Lawson, J. 8., Forsyth. 
Lee, W. W., Ogeechee. 
Leonard, J. M., Columbus. 
Loxton, G. A., Americas. 
LogginH, A., Leo. 
Lovin, J. C, High Shoals. 
Lunsford, P. 8., Isabella. 

ILLINOIS. 
Lamar, J. D., South Pass. 
Landman, L., Charleston. 
Lansing, L. L., Delavin. 
Lapping, J. M., Lebanon. 
Lathrop, J. P., Lodi. 
Lauman, L. W., Charleston. 
Lawrence, J. W., Flora. 
Lawrence, L. W., Belvidere. 
Lee. J., Shipman. 
Leek, W., Rushville. 



„jet, W. L., Upper Alton. 

Leakie, B. W., Melrose. 
Lemon, J., Sr., CoUlnsville. 
Leverette, W., Upper Alton. 
Lewis, A., Franklin. 
Lewis, G. 8., Golconda. 
Lewis, G. W., Nunda Station. 
Lewis, Robert, Stone Fort. 
Lewis, W. B., Cross Roads. 
Lindh, O.. Altona. 
Lindlev, W. M., Cross Roads. 
Linnville, John, Monmouth. 
Lippitt, C, Ionia. 
Lisk, James, Hinsdale. 
Livingston, J., Collinsville. 
Livingston, 8amuel,Be lie ville. 
Lock, E. J., Stonington. 
Lockwood, E. J., Galesburg. 
Long, F. M., Old Ripley. 
Long, Peter, Old Ripley. 
Loomis, H., Upper Alton. 
Lowe, C. E., Bridgeport. 
Lowe, T. 8., Rushvifie. 
Luck, W., Rushville. 
Lynd, 8. W., D. D., Lockport. 
Lyon, J., St. Charles. 

INDIANA. 
Lacy, W., Lake. 
Langdon, I. J., Muncie. 
Larter, I. H., New Albany. 
Lawrence, W. H., Paris. 
Leavitt, 8. K. Evansville. 
Lemonds, D. H., Bedford. 
Lewis, J. B., Seymour. 
Lewis, W. B., Cana. 
Lovelace, Lewis, Petersburg. 

IOWA. 
Lamb, M. T., Davenport. 
Lambert, J., Big Grove. 
Lane, W. H., Mt Pleasant. 
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Le welling, J., Pilot Groye. 
Livermore, L. 8.; Chariton. 
Low, A. D , Timber Creek. 

KANSAS. 
Lee, Dudlej, Lawrence. 
Lett, D. (i., Leavenwortli. 
Lewis, T. B., Henryville. 
Lyman, L. J., St. Qeorge. 

KENTUCKY. 
Lacy, N., Madisonville. 
Lamb, J., RussellTille. 
Lampton, H. L., PellTille. 
Lampton,H.:l\.Panth6r Creek. 
Lane, F. W., Fancy Farm. 
Lane, W. G., Mayfield. 
Lee, Reuben, Gray etc wn. 
Lee, W. M., GordonsyiJle. 
Leroy, C. M., Elkton. 
Lewis, C. Forks of Elkhom. 
Lindsey, J. T., Elkton. 
Love, G. W., Mayfield. 
Lowry, M., Elkton. 
Lowry, H. 8., Trenton. 
Lummis, , Gardnersyille. 

LOUISIANA. 
Langden, Isaac 
Lansdell, Thos. Cheneyyille. 
Ledford, W. J., Vernon. 
Lee, J., Summer Grove. 
Legan, John. 
Leggett, W. 8., Minden. 
Lise, J. 

Lockwood, Robert. 
Lolly, Jot)., Arcadia. 
Lowry, L. P., Minden. 

MAINE. 
Lancaster, D., Cambridge. 
Langridge, R. J., Mech Falls. 
Lawrence, B. F., Dexter. 
Leland, Ira, Topsham. 
Long, C. C, Milltown. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
LamsoD, D. F., Northboro'. 
Lamson,Wm.,D.D., Brookline. 
Lane, A. L. 

Lane, B. I., S. Framingham. 
Latham, S., Shirley Depot. 
Lathrop, J. W., Beverly. 
Leach, E. G., E. Stoughton. 
Leach, Wm., Harvard. 
Leonard, O. L., Rockport 
Lentell, J. V. 
Lerned, J. H., Sterling. 
Lewis, £., South Boston. 
Lewis, Wm Mansfield. 
Lincoln. H., Newton Centre. 
Litchfield, D. C, Andover. 
Litchfield, G. A., Winchendon. 
Lyford, E. T., Rowley. 

MICHIQAN. 
Lamb, I. W., Novl 
Lamb, T. G., Schoolchraft. 
LemoD, J. C, Ann Arbor. 
Lock hart, R. W., Hillsdale. 
Loomis, D., Farmington. 
Loun8bury,E.W.,Battle Creek. 
Lowden, Thos., Glass River. 
Ludlow, W. H., Whitehall. 
Ludwig, A., Casco. 



MINNESOTA. 

Lawson, L., Swede Creek. 
Lewis, B. G., Minneapolis. 
Lowry, W. T., Minneapolis. 
Luce, G. L., Freeborn. 
Lundquist, J. P., New Aubam, 
Lung, O. E., Ottowa. 
Lyon, A. 8., Minneapolis. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Lancaster, W. D., Jonesboro*. 
Lawrens, St. Clair, Pontotoc. 
Leatherwood, M.G.,Coopwood. 
Lewis, J. M., Canton. 
Liuder, J. A., GarroUton. 
Lipford, H. F., Salem. 
Lipsey, J. W., Hernando. 
Lomaz, A. A., Benton. 
Lowrey, M. P., Ripley. 
Lum, A. R., Union Church. 

MISSOURI. 

Lamkin, G. W., Lamar. 
Lamkin, P. W., Butler. 
Lappm, J. M., Bolivar. 
Lawkm, P. W. 
Lawler, B. F., Calhoun. 
Lawler, R. D., Galbreth's Store. 
Lawler, W.B.,Galbreth's Store. 
Lawton, J. B., Monegan. 
Lee, D. M., Licking. 
Lee, J. M., Hickman's Mill. 
Lee, W. W. 

Leggett, J. G., Ridgeley. 
Lester, Calvin J., Bloomfield. 
Letts, J., Sedalia. 
Lewis, James. 
Lewis, David, Bloomfield. 
Ligon, W. C, Dover. 
Liilard, J. M., Monticello. 
Line, G. J^ Cherry Grove. 
Lingo, J. T., New Cambria. 
Lingo, J. M., EeytesviUe. 
Linville. J. C, CarroUton. 
Lisk, Allen. 

Livermore, Silas, Bloomfield. 
Livingston, J. H., Chillicothe. 
Loller, H. C, Mt Vernon. 
Long, George. Willard. [Hill. 
Longfellow, N. M., Pleasant 
Lowry, C. H., Lebanon. 
Luck, W. F., Cape au Gris. 
Luke, J. W^,Hainesville. 
Luther, J. H., St. Louis. 
Lykens, J., Kansas City. 
Lynch, D., Houston. 

NEBRASKA. 
Lowe, T. S., Brownsville. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Leavitt, H. C, Cornish Plat. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Larison, Andrew B., Ringoes. 
Lasher. G. W., Trenton. 
Lear, E. S., Cherryville. 
Leonard, J., Vineland. 
Litchfield, D. C, Bricksburg. 

NEW YORK. 

Lackey, S. I., Stratford. 

La Molne, J. W., Middlefield. 



Lang, A. J., Troy. 
Lane, H. F., Malone. 
Lang, J. P., Troy. 
Langmade, N. F., East Otto. 
Law, E B., Hannibal. 
Lawson, A. G., Brooklyn. 
Lawton, L.. Pharsalia. 
Leach, D. F., Unadilla. 
Learned, W. C, Painted Post. 
Lecompte, E. A., Syracuse. 
Lee, S. J., Victory. 
Lewis, G., Stykersville. 
Lewis, H. J. S., Grafton. 
Lewis, J. J., HamiitHi. 
Lewis, J. R., Canestoga. 
Lincoln, W., West Farms. 
Lindsay, A., Fraokfort. 
Little, i£. L., Fairport. 
Livermore, M., Penn Yan. 
Livermore, 8. T., Lowville. 
Lloyd, H. J., Port Jervis. 
Lloyd, H. S., Waverly. 
Lockwood, D. T., Randolph. 
Lockhart, W. E., Camillua. 
Longyear, H. C, Saugerties. 
Look, Wm., Bergen. 
Loomer, £., Russia. 
Loomis, Wm. J., Piermont. 
Loomis, W. T., New York. 
Lorrimer, Geo. C. Albany. 
Lounsberry, B., Piermont. 
Loundsbury, £. W., Medina. 
Love, G. F., Newburgb, 
Lowell, D. D., Bridgeport 
Lucas, E^ New York. 
Lusk, 8. J., Orleans. 
Lyle-, Geo., Athens. 
Lyon, J., Salisbury. - 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Lambeth, Wm., Salisbury. 
Lancaster, W.D., Sandy Plains. 
Lanier, Benj., New Market. 
Lankford, W. K., Fair View. 
Lansdell, J. J., Enapp of Reeds. 
Layton, J. H., Roger's Store. 
Leary, T. J., Beaufort. 
Leary, West, Edenton. (Store. 
Leatherman, J. P., Siegel's 
Lee, Bryant. 

Lee, T. P., Murfreesboro'. 
Lennon, H., Peacock's Store. 
Lennon, J. P., Robeson's P. O. 
Lewis, H. E., Egypt. 
Llewellyn, J. H. 
Lineberry, Wm., Egypt. 
Littleton, J. W., Albemarle. 
Logan, R. P., White Plains. 
Logan, W. H., Chimney Rock. 
Lovingood, G. W., Murphy. 
Lowry, L., Mt Croghan, S. C. 
Luke. J. M. C, Plymouth. 
Lynch, A. O., Green Hill. 

OHIO. 
Langdon, D., Pine Grove. 
Langdon, D. H., Gallipoiis. 
Langdon, I. J., Russef's Place. 
Latigille, J. H., Oberliu. 
Lannnay, R, Mowrytown. 
Larue, A., Van Wert. 
Leet, W., Savannah. 
Leonard, G. E., Wauseon. 
Leonard, J. D., West Barry. 
Leonard, L. O., Lebanon. 



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Lewis, J. B., Scott Town. 
Lewis, S. P., Cincinnati. 
Lewis, S. B., Xenia. 
Limebaugh, J. R., Warsaw. 
Lively, W. B.. Wheelersburg. 
Loekart, A., Richfield. 
Lock hart, R., Perrysville. 
Loyd, D. J., Thurman. 
Lull, A., Jefferson. 
Lyon, A. J., Delaware. 
Lyon, W. E., Clyde. 
Lyons, H., Masterton. 

OREGON. 
Longhrey, W. J., Salem. 

PENNSYLVANIA, 
Lake, I. B., Leroy. 
Lamb, R. G., Jackson. 
Lanham, G., New Castle. 
LaughliD, v., Elizabeth. 
Lewis, B.. M. D., Frankford. 
Levy,E.ftf., D.D., Philadelphia. 
Lincoln, T.O., D.D.,William8p't 
Lock wood, J. B., Ghermantown. 
Loomis,J.R.,LL.D.,L(SWisbarg. 
Lowry, Robert, " 

Lukens, J. N., Clark's Green. 
Lung, A. H., Germantown. 
Lusk, S. J., Towanda. 
Lyons, J. B., Rasselville. 
Lyons, J. M., Rasselyille. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Leverett, Wm., Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Lagroon, J., Lett's. 
Landrum, J. G., Earleville. 



ALABAMA. 
Malone, J. R., Mobile. 
Manasco, D., Holly Grove. 
Manly, C, D. D., Taskaloosa. 
Mann, J. l)., Moulton. 
Martin, E., Cave Creek. 
Martin,T.M.,Clear Creek Falls. 
Mason, N., Union Springs. 
Mason, W. A. 
McCain, W., Lincoln. 
HcCaskey. J. G., Pt. Jackson. 
McHan, W., Arkadelphia. 
Mcintosh, W. H., Marion. 
Mc Williams, J., Monroeville. 
Miles, C. J., Choctaw Corner. 
Miles, T. J., Pine Level. 
Miller, W. J., Oregonia. 
Milner, P. 8., Georglana. 
Mlnton, S., Ladiga. 
Montgomery, P. S., Ashville. 
Moore, W. H., Coloma. 
Morris, M., Marble Valley. 
Morrow, W. C, Evergreen. 
Moses, F. H., Yoangville. 
Mountain, W. E.,Plea8antGap. 
Mullens, B. E., Jasper. 
Musgrove, P. M.. Blountsville. 
Mynatt, G., Sulphur Springs. 
Mynatt, J. B., " " 

Mynatt, W.C, " «♦ 

ARKANSAS. 
Marsh, C. C, Cane Creek. 



; Lankford, M.U.B., Spartanb'g, 
Lanneau, C. H., Greenville. 
Laundress, J. M., Belton. 
Lawton, J. A., Allendale. 
Lawton, W. A., Lawton ville. 
Leavell, J., Benton. 
Leavell, W. H., Newberry. 
Lecroy, H., Fruit Hill. 
Lee, U. G., Columbia. 
Legare, J., Charleston. 
Linder, J. S., Walkers. 
Looper, T., Dacusville. 

TENNESSEE. 
Lancaster, W. G., Cuba. 
Lawrence, J. R., Oak wood. 
Lindsay, C. B. W. 
Lipford, H. F., Salem. 
Lipsey, J. W. 
Lloyd, J. L., Knoxville. 
Lloyd, J. L., Winchester. 
Lowery, M. P., Ripley. 
Luccado, E. P., Portersville. 

TEXAS. 
Lacy, Sam., Moscow. 
Lambert, J. S., Nacogdoches. 
Langley, James, San Jacinto. 

Langsten, -, Dresden. 

Law, P. M., Bryan. 
Leake, J., Chatfield. 
Lee, C. C, Spring Hill. 
Lewis, W. W., Rusk. 

Lindsay, , Brownsboro*. 

Link, J. B., Houston. 
Lively, H. G., Quitman. 
Lockett, R. W., Cleburne. 
Lockett, T. F., Waco. 
Long, W. B., Piano. 

Maple, Isaac, Camp Ground. 
Maple, Joseph, Austin. 
Marshall, J. T., De Witt. 
Matthews, L., Cherry Hill. 
Mayes, John, Fayetteville. 
Mayfield, W. D., Helena. 
McCraw, J. M., Mays ville. 
McCulloch, J. v., Hamburg. 
MoGraw, D. E., Moscow. 
McGuire, B., Pine Bluff. 
Mears, J. S., Fountain Hill. 
Merrill, E., Mineral Springs. 
Mezerke, Louis, Anti York. 
Miller, J. W., Batesville. 
Mitchell, J. F., Bentonville. 
Moore, C. F., Benton. 
Moran, M. W., Branchville. 
Morrell, E., Bellville. 
Morton, J. S., Benton. 
Murray, J. E. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Martin, B. T., Brooklyn. 
Matthews, J., San Francisco. 
McKee, T., San Luis. 
MfLafferty, B. S., Diego. 
Moore, M. P., Santa Rosa. 
Morse, S. B., Stockton. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Mason, H. G., West Mend en. 
Mason, Warren, Branford. 
Matthews, G., New Haven. 
Matthewson,P., East Haddam. 



Loudermilk, J. I., Tezana. 
Lucas, B. E., Millwood. 
Lucas, W., Caldwell. 

VERMONT. 

Lamb, A., Whittineham . 
LeTourneau, J., Richford. 
Lorimer, J. G., Derby.* 

VIRGINIA. 

Lacy, J. H., Pittsylvania C. H. 
Lacy, John S., Tunstall's. 
Lake, I. B., Danville. 
Lake, J. B., Suffolk. 
Lamb, John, Wilson's Landing. 
Lancaster, J. F., Penn's Store. 
Land, R. H., Lanesville. 
Lawson, T., Lanesville. 
Lponard, E. A., Raven's N«st. 
Lee, John B., Poogue's Mill. 
Lee, R. N., Meadville. 
Le8lie,N.M.,Botetourt Springs. 
Lewis, T. W., Madison C. H. 
Lindsey, W. T., Richmond. 
Little, A., Saltsvilie. 
Long, John C, Charlottesville. 
Luck, Geo. P., Buford's Depot. 
Luke, L v., Suffolk. 
Lunsford, R., Bonsack's. 
Luster, James, Fincastle. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Langford, Henry, Weston. 
Leachman,J.D., Barracksville. 
Leonard, J. D., Mason City. 
Littl<», H. H., Milo. 
Lively, M. A., Charleston. 



McCarty, T., Dan bury. 
Meech, Levi, Bozrah. 
Morse, B. S., Lebanon. 
Munger, W., Waterford. 

DELAWARE. 
Marsh, W. H. H., Wilmington. 
DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Meador, C. C, Washington. 
Myrick, S. H.. 

FLORIDA. 

Mallette, G. A., Callahan. 
Manning, A. M., Monticello. 
McKeown, O. E., Qulnoy. 
Mercer^J., Orange Hill. 
Miller, W. B., Lake Griffin. 

GEORGIA. 
Mabry, A. R., Round Hill. 
Moddoz, F., Stone Mountain. 
Marshall, A. M.T Eatonton. 
Martin, J., No. 21, A. A G. R. B. 
Martin, J. M., Augusta. 
Martin, John, Buford. 
Matthew, T., Berkshire. 
Maxwell, Simeon, Talbotton. 
Mayfield, S., Conyers. 
Mayo, John, Jackson. 
McAflee, J. H., Cairo, No. 20. 
McBryde, Jas., Quitman. 
McCam, W. B., Alpine. 



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MoGall,M.N.,Sr^ Haloyondale. 
McCall, a. R., HawkinsyiUe. 
McCrary, O. W., Isabella. 
McDanfel, John, McDonoagh. 
McDonald, J., Stone Mountain. 
McDonald, M. 
McOintey, R. B., Barnett. 
McLendon, I. A., Danburg. 
McLeroy, F. M. 
McMakin,N. L., Washington. 
McMlchael, W. G., Jackson. 
McMuUin, J. H., Hartwell. 
MoNeely. A D., King's Grove. 
MoNorrell, L. N.. Green's Cut 
McWhorter, Leroy, Garrollton. 
Men, P. H., Athens. 
Messer, H., Milton. 
Mlddleton, Jas., Scarboro'. 
Mills, R. E., Hawkinsville. 
Mitchell, A. B., Bear Greek. 
Moncrief, A. L., RusselTlUe.' 
Moncrief, D. H., Caihoun. 
Moore, D. H., Golaparchee. 
Moore, Edward, Reidsville. 
Moore, G. R, Ghapel Hill. 
Moore, P. J., Albany. 
Moore, Wm., Ogeechee. 
Moose, D. H., Dahlonega. 
Morcock, Wm. J., Forsyth. 
Morgan, M. F., Sandersville. 
Morgan, S., Americus. [chee. 
Morgan, T. R., Shoals of Ogee- 
Morris, A. B., Woodbury. 
Morris, E. Waynesboro'. 
Moseley, 0. T., Gushingville. 
Mullins, W. J., Whitesville. 
Murphey, T. H., Hoganaville. 
Murray, G. W., Vienna. 
Murrow, J. B., Gorry's Mills. 
Murrow, J. S., Atoka, Choctaw 

Nation. 
Murrow, W. J., Lawtonyille. 
Muse, J. M., VUla Rica. 
Muse, Thomas, Guthbert 

ILLINOIS. 
McArthur, D., Clinton. 
McAllister, H., BellvUIe. 
McAllister, J., Garlyle. [Mills. 
McAuley, W. H., Robinson's 
McClure, W., Steele's Mills. 
McGrary, L., Indianola. 
McCusick, H. P., Normal. 
McGusick, J. F., Olney, 
McFoBter, John,Locust Grove. 
McGlssson, J., Glasgow. 
MoKee, M., Indianola. 
McMasters, W. N., Goshen. 
Mabie, A. C, Rockford. 
Madding, J. M., Maple Grove. 
Magee, J. H. 
Matian, I. S., Central ia. 
Maltby, G. M., Mt. Sterling. 
Marsh, T. N., Breeze. 
Marshall, K, Tuscola. 
Martin, S. A., Ashley. 
Martin, S. 8., Mason City. 
Marr, J. B.. Vermont. 
Mason, J. T., Sterling. 
Matthews, T. M., Goal Valley. 
Matlock, D., Makanda, 
Mayhew, H., Jamestown. 
Mayfleld, J., Hurricane. 
Meador, J. M., Xenia. 
Meeks, B. S., Fairfield. 



Melcherdt, F., Minonk. 
Merritt, G. D., Minonk. 
Merriam, J., Lanark. 
Metcalf, J. O., Letand. 
Miller, J. R, Webb's Prairie. 
Miller, F. W., Vienna. 
Million, M. W., Greenfield. 
Miner, S. G., Bloomington. 



Miner, N. W., D. D., Belvidere. Miller, T., Venus. 



Minium, H. F., Mt Sterling. 
Mitchell, E. G., Upper Alton. 
Mitchell, W. C., Ramsev. 
Mise, J. H., Pinckneyville. 
Monroe, S. D., Lawrenceville. 
Montgomery, T.M., Shaw's Ft 
Moore, A., Breese. 
Moore, G. G., Ontario. 
Moore, E. L., Neponset. 
Moore, Ira. Garlinville. 
Moore, J. E., Perry. 
Moorlan, J. A., Scottville. 
Mooreland, G.C., New Liberty. 
More, Am Breese. 
Morey, B., Tonica. 
Merely, T. C^ Bristol. 
Morgan, D. W., Gardner. 
Morgan, J., Beardstown. 
Morgan, J. A., Beardstown. 
Morris, C., Vienna. 
Morris, R. A., South Pass. 
Morton, S., Nora. 
Morton, Chas., Chicago. 
Morton, J. L., Sarahsville. 
Moseley, H., Quincy. 
Munday, D., Breese. 

INDIANA. 
Magraw, E. M., Kewauna. 
Manly, D., Keek's Church. 
Marlow, G. W., Lewis. 
Marsh, S., Blue Grass. 
Marshall, J., Fullsomville. 
Martin, A. J., Rossburg. 
Martin, J. IL, ZionsviUe. 
Martin, Z. A., Amo. 
Maxwell, J. M., Mexico. 
McCalip, H., Hope. 
McCoy, J. £., Jeffersonville. 
McCoy, J. R, Mooney. 
McCoy,:W., New Philadelphia. 
McCreary, L., Attica. 
McDade, P., Alto. 

McElliott, y Greencastle. 

McFarland, G., Evansvilie. 
McLeod, J. Ly Oswego. 
McMasters, Wm., Montezuma. 
McNutt, W.. Elletsville. 
Mellson, B. A., Brooklyn. 
Mercer, H. L., Vienna. 
Meredith, M. P., Yellow Creek. 
Merry, D. H., Dale. 
Merry man, M. 
Miller, 8. W., Laporte. 
Millis, E. L., Kingsbury. 
Monroe, W. Y., N. Madison. 
Moore, R., Ladoga. 
Moore, Wm., Shelbyville. 
More. F., Columbus. 
Morris, J. R, Niconza. 

IOWA. 

Marrvatt, D. P., New Hartford. 
Marsh, A., Riceville. 
Martin, J. A., Glenwood. 
Mason, D.< N., Dea Moines. 



McAllister, , Keokuk. 

McKay, U., Des Moines. 
Mercer, J. T., Quincy. 
Messenger, J., Osceola. 
Miles, E. M., Gamanche. 
Milner, J. T., Boston. 
Miller, J. C. H., Homer. 
Miller, J. H., Troy. 



Milner, J. F., Boston. 
Miner, A., Charles City. 
Mitchell, S. H., Ames. 
Morris, A. J., Winterset. 
Morris, J. R., Atlantic. 

KANSAS. 
Marr, J. R^ Mound City. 
Marshall, H. W., Winchester. 
Marshall, J. M., Sac and Fox. 

Marshall, , Garnett. 

McLean, L., Ottawa. 
Moore, G. N. H., Wyandott 
Murphey, D. R, Fort Riley. 

KENTUCKY. 
Mansfield, G. W. C., Auburn. 
Maple, J.C.,Owensboro. [burgh. 
Marshall, W. J., Greenups- 
Martin, J. F., Poplar Ridge. 
Martin, I. L., Bedford. 
Mason, Gilbert, Mays ville. 
Massey, R. A., Trenton. 
Masson, A. H., Franklin. 
Maybough, B. F., Rochester. 
McAllister, J„ Oldtown. 
McGhe8neyjW.A.,Providence. 
McDonald, H., Danville. 
McGuire, J. M., Port Royal. 
McLain, W., Madisonvilfe. 
McLean, E. L., Murry. 
McMurray, T., Carrsville. 
Meacham, A. W., Bellview. 
Middleton, R. F. 
Miller, A. B.,Padncah. 
Miller, A. J., Hubbardsville. 
Miller, D., New Hope Station. 
Miller, J. T., Glendale. 
Miller, W.B.,Scott8ville. 
Millinna, D., Salt Lick. 
Minton, G., Roekfield. 
Monroe, J., Louisville. 
Moorhead, R. W., Cadiz. 
Moorman, J. C., Worthington. 
Morgan, W. K. 
Morrison, H. G., Grayson. 
Morrow, O. H., Russelville. 
Morton, R., Frankfort. 
Mullins, A. W.,Morning View. 
Mui-phey, J. K., Winchester. 

LOUISIANA. 
Martin, R., Cotton Valley. 
Matthews, Wood. 
McAlLster, T. M. 
McBride, Wm., Vernon. 
McCray, Ronan. 
McCulfough, Wm., Bethany. 
Melton, J. E. 

Moody, Wm., New Orleans. 
Moore, J. B. 

Moreland, W. C, Arigona. 
Mulline, G., Hog Branch. 

.MAINE. 
'McGregor, D., Lubec Tillage. 
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Marshall, W., Ellsworth. 
Marston, C. B., Waterville. 
Mase, J. M., Gape Neddock. 
Matthews, G. P., Auburn. 
Mayo, L., Hodgdon. 
Messer, A. P., Enfield. 
Melcher, N., Yarmouth. 
Miller, C, Skowhegan. 
Miller, W., West Hampden. 
Morse, W. E., Caribou. 
Morton, Z., North Haven. 
Mutch, B^ Machiasport. 
Myrick, E., Sedgwick. 

MARYLAND. 
Mettam, J., Pikesville. 
Miller, Henry, Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Maine, B. H., Sandisfield. 
Marshall, H. B., East Tisbury. 
Mason, A. P., Chelsea. 
Mason, S. R., Cambridgeport. 
Massey, J. T., Bellingham. 
Matthews, G., S. Dartmouth. 
Merriman, T. M., Kingston. 
Metcalf, J. K., OstervlTle. 
Millard, W. A. A., Norton. 
Miller, H. F. H., Manchester. 
Miller, J. D., Athol. 
Miller, J. J., E. Somerville. 
Mills, Robert C, Salem. 
Miner, G. H^ E. Cambridge. 
Mixter, G., Three Rivers. 
Moody, Ruel B., Plymouth. 
Morgan, H. A., Cheshire. 
Morse, F. R., Lowell. 
Morton, J. F., Littleton. 
Murdock, J. N., Boston. 
Myrick, Ebenezer, Fitchburg. 

MICHIGAN. 
Mather, A. E., Detroit. 
Maybin, D. C, Morenci. 
McGregor, D., Lawrence. 
MacLeah, A., St. John's. 
McLeod, J., Laingsburg. 

McLearned, , Manchester. 

Mead, A. A., Akron. 
Mendell, 8. J., Royal Oak. 
Merrill, T. W. Lansing. 
Merritt, A. C, South Haven. 
Miller, C. C, Ashley. 
Millis, E. L., Three Oaks. 
Mills, E., Northport. 
Miner, G. W., Menden. 
Morehouse, H. L., E. Saginaw. 
Morrison, J. G., Holly. 
Moxom, J., Battle Creek. 
Munger, D. B., Palo. 
Munroe, J. R., Spring Lake. 

MINNESOTA. 
Mann, L. L., Money Creek. 
Manton, J. R., Richfield. 
Maynard, W., Kingston. 
Mechem, M., Forestville. 
Miller, J. J., St. Peter. 
Munger, E., Lakeland. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Mabry, John, Oakland. 
Macey, A. R., Canton. 
Manning, T. P., Hernando. 
Marshall, A., Camden. 



Marshall, James, Brandon. 
Mataw, W. H., Clinton. 
McAlister, J. M., Battlefield. 
McMurtray, W., Thomaston. 
Melton, W. J., Post Oak. 
Micon, John, New Prospect. 
Middleton, H. W. 
Miller, E. D., Holly Springs. 
Montgomery, T. P., Si loam. 
Moody, M. H., Waterford. 
Moore, J. F., Taylor's Depot. 
Morehead, P F., Laurel Hill. 
Mullins, S. G .Crystal Springs. 
Murrell, L. P., Lake. 
Myers, C, Brandon. 

MJSSOURI. 
Machett, A., Liberty. 

Maddox, ., Osceola. 

Mahany^ L. M., Burbois. 
Major, J., Kearney. 
Mansfield, J. R., Roanoke. 
Marrow, D. J., BuflTalo. 
Marston, 8. W., St. Louis. 
Martin, A. F., Linneus. 
Martin, George, Bridgeton. 
Martin, Joel, Chesapeake. 
Maxwell, C, Walbalo. 
Maxwell, E. C, Cooper Hill. 
Maxwell, W., Caledonia. 
McAdams, J. P., Salsbury. 
McComb, J. S., Pleasant Farm. 
McCracken, P., Hartsville. 
McCollem, P., Trenton. 
McCammon, W., Edinburg. 
McGathlin, J., CentreviUe. 
McKay, W., Morris Mills. 
McKoatney, J., Catawissa. 
Mo Lane, w. R., Arrow Rock. 
McMurtney, W., Hillsboro. 
McReynolds, W., Avilla. 
Medlin, W. K., Unionville. 
Meek, B. F., Greenfield. 
Metcalt, John, T., Roscoe. 
Miller, D., New Santa Fe. 
Miller, J. H, Wet Glaze. 
Miller, G. W. 
Miller, R. M., Arlington. 
Minor, J., Huntsville. 
Mitchell, J. C. 
Mitchell, A. G., Auburn. 
Mitchell, G. B., Augusta. 
Mitchell, G.,Oakhur8t. 
Modi8ett,M. M., Louisiana. 
Montgomery, T., Liberty. 
Moody, James, Atlanta. 
Moore, Thomas, Buffalo. 
Mopes, H. Jj Button. 
Morrill, D. T., St. Louis. 
Morris, James. Trie. 

Morris, D. P., Washburn© Prai- 
Morris, G. O., Vienna. 
Morris, W. J., Astoria. 
Morris, H., Roanoke. 
Moss, E., Vienna. 
Moxey, J. P. C, California. 
Munger, T., Munger's Mill. 
Murphy, P. W., Albany. 
Murphy, D. R., Fairgrove. 
Murphy, J. D., Rocheport. 
Murphy, W^ Winterville. 
Musgrove, T. J., Winchester. 
Myers, W., Edinburg. 

NEBRASKA. 
Miller, C. A., Ashland. 



Moore, ^ Vesta. 

Moore, Ira, Brownville. 
Morris, James, Omaha. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Mallory, N. C, Manchester. 
McGlaughlin, A., Sanbornton. 
McKinlay, J., Lebanon. 
Merriam, Franklin, Hanover. 
Merriam, H., Peterboro'. 
Mitchell, J. B., Hinsdale. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Manning, J. H., Seaville. 
Marshall, J., Rahway. 
Maul, Wm., Woodbury. 
Maul, W. R., Cape Island. 
McGonegal, R. W., Hoboken. 
McNeil, W. R., Bridgeton. 
Mead, D., Woodstown. 
Meleney, Chas. P., Seaville. 
Merrill, J. D., Milburn. 
Metz, J. A., Jersey City. 
Miller, D. H.. D. D., Elizabeth. 
Moore, J., Jersey City 
Morse, Levi, Pittsgrove. 
Muir, J. J^ Montana. 
Murphy, J. R., D. D., Salem. 

NE^A;^ YORK. 

Mace, B. F., Belfast. 
Main, E. F., Webster. 
Mallory, A. C. Benton Centre. 
Mallory, E. T., Jasper. 
Mallory, J., Linden. 
Mallory, J. C, Savona. 
Mallory, O. E., Batavia. 
Malthy, S., Hermon. 
Marean, R., South Livonia. 
Marsh, J. W., Chemung. 
Marsh, S.B., Waterloo. 
Marshall, B. D., BuflTalo. 
Marshall, D., Brockport. 
Marshall, D. C, Enfield. 
Martin, A., Schinevus. 
Mason, J. O., Greenwich. 
Mattison, L. J., Sing Sing. 
Maxwell, J. B., Lockport. 
Marnard, A., Rose. 
Maynard, J. E., Massena. 
Maynard, W. H., Auburn. 
McCarthy, P., Middletown. 
McCarthy, W. C., Catskill. 
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Miller, P. B., Porrestville. 
Miller, J. H., Brocton. 
Mintonye, A. A., 8. Pultney. 
Mixon, M. A., Westfield. 
Moore, D.. Jr., Brooklyn, 
Moore, H., Bangall. 
Moore, J. G., South Hanibal. 
Morrill, A., Arcade. 
Morris, D., Brooklyn, E. D. 
Morris, S. D., Eldred. 
Morey, W. B., Georgetown. 
Morgan, T. J., Rochester. 
Morley, B., New Woodstock. 
Morse, t>., West Henrietta. 
Moxley, O. W., Canton. 
Moxley, 8. D., Keysviile. 
Mudge, W., Wilson. 
Mnir, J. J., New York. 
Mumford, N., Berlin. 
Munger, D. B., Orangeville. 
Murdock, 8. H.,E.Troup8barg. 
Murphy, J. C, New York. 
Murphy, W. W., Low's Corners. 
Muzzy, L., Mexico. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Mace, G. W., Bowman's Bluff. 
Mace,Wm., Childsvllle. 
Maples,L.L., Taylorville,Tenn, 
Marable, B. F. 
Mdrcom, J. C, Gum Spring. 
Marsh, B. H., Egypt Station. 
MartiD, B. H., Knob Creek. 
Martin, E., Jonesvil*e. 
Martin, Ed., Elizabethtown. 
Martin, Norman, Lumberton. 
Martin, T. J., Haysville. 
Mason, J. P., Lvstra. 
Mason, M., Cathey's Creek. 
Mason, 8. G., Yanceyville. 
Mathews, M., Rockfish. 
McAlpin, H., Clinton. 
McCall, I. P., Henderson ville. 
McCurry, L., Dysartsville. 
McDearmid, W. 8. 
McDevett, J., Ivv. 
McDowell, A., Murftreesboro'. 
McNeal, J., Warrior's Creek. 
McNeil, J., Wilksboro'. 
Mc8waln, A. A., Shelby. 
Mc8wain, A. A., Mooresboro*. 
McSwain, L., Irvinsville. 
MeSwain, L. H., Stice's Shoals. 
McSwain, W., Shelbv. 
Melvin, W. 8., Elizabethtown. 
Mercer, Noah, Lumberton. 
Metcalt J., Unknown. 
Miles, J., French Broad. 
Miller, J., Asheville. 
Miller, 8. R., Marshall. 
Milliken, Nathan, Lumberton, 
Mingus, C. B., Pigeon River. 
Mints, W. M., Shallotte. 
Mintz, Whi., Shufordville. 
Mitchell, Henry. 
Mitchell, Jno., Colerain, 
Mitchell. T., Pleasant Grove. 
Mizzell, M. Ij., Windsor. 
Monroe, J., Bostick's Mills. 
Montague, J. E., Bethel Hill. 
Montague, J. P., Tally Ho. 
Moody. R. H., Morganton. 
Moore, R. A., Milton. 
Morgan, E., Turnpike. 
Morton, 8. P., Ansonville. 



Murchison,D.O^Bgypt Station. 
Murphy, T. J., Flag Pond. 

OHIO. 
Macy, E., La Grange. 
Marshall, 8., Jamestown. 
Marsh, P.,0., Gra« ville. 
Martin, N., Cranberry. 
Marlow, W. W., Maxville. 
Marcomb, J., Ripley. 
Mason, G., Maysville, Ky. 
MeCabe, T., Greenfield. 
McDaniel, L., Patriot, [town. 
McGowen, W. R., N. Hagers- 
McPeak, W., Masterton. 
McSimpson J., Janesville. 
Melish, T. J., Cincinnati. 
Meek, J. M., Circleville. 
Mercer, Wm., Martinsburg. 
Meredith, B., Delaware. 
Merriman, H. D., Massillion. 
Miller, J. W., Tippecanoe City. 
Mitchell, P., Columbus. 
Morris, I. K., Bethel. 
Morris, C. D., Toledo. 
Morris, J. E. 
Moore, J. L., Piqua. 
Moore, W., Middletown. 
Morrison, B. M., Mt. Gilead. 
Moses, J., Sharon, Pa. 
Moody, J- Xenia. 
Moss, L. B.. Urbana. 
Morgan. J. T., Cincinnati. 

OREGON. 
Martin, T. M., Salem. 
Martin, 8. 8., Oakland. 
Meador, W. D., Eugene City. 
Miller, W.G., Franklin. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Malcom, H.,D.D.,Philadelphia 
Malcom, T. 8., " 

Magoon, E. L., D.D., " 
Maxwell, William, " 
McConahy, John, New Castle, 
McKinney, J. H., Greenville. 
McNair, Geo. T^ Muncy. 
Meech, W. W., Philadelphia. 
Metier, A. W., Hillsville. 
Miles, J. Green, Slifer. 
Miles, Samuel, Beynoldsville. 
Miller, Benjamin, Waverly. 
Milley, 8. E., Clifford. 
Miller, Wm. A., Clifford. 
Miller, James,Green8borough. 
Miller, Jno. 8., Jersey Shore. 
Miller, T. D,, Philadelphia. 
Mitchell, T., Springfield. 
Monroe, H. C, White Hall. 
Moore, 8. C, Al den ville. 
Morris, Jacob, Maysville. 
Morse, B. C, New Centreville. 
Morgan, Jesse, Callensburg. 
Morgan, H., Pottsville. 
Morgan, Wm., Pljrmouth. 
Morton, A. J., Slatington. 
Moss, L., D. D., Philadelphia. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Malcom, C. H., Newport. 
Manchester, J., Providence. 
Maryott, I. B., N. Shoreham. 
Merriam, M., Providence. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Mahon, J. D., Winnsboro'. 
Mahoney, H. W., Sumter. 
Manly, B^ Jr.,D.D., Greenville. 
Martin, W. J., Marion. 
Martin, W. P., Bel ton. 
Matthews, J. 8., Hamburg. 
Mauldin, B. P., William ston. 
Mayfield, C. P., Pleasant Grove. 
McCullum, H. B., Sumter. 
Mclnvaille, J. M., Darlington. 
Mealing, John P., Edgefield. 
Mellichamp, T. W., Kingville. 
Mendenhall, J. K., Newberry. 
Moody, H., CampbeH's Bridge. 
Morrall, J. P., Aiken. 
Morse, W. L., Timmonsville. 
Morton, W. M., Bachelor's Re- 
Motes, J., Mountevilie. [treat 
Murchison, A., Beaufort. 
Murray, H. C. 
Murriay, J. 8., Anderson. 

TENNESSEE. 
Malone, C. P. 

Mallory, 8. 8., Indian Mound. 
Manning, T. P. 
Maples, L. L. 
Martin, J. D., Fairfield. 
Martin, J. J. 
Mays, J. P. B., Jackson. 
McCall, W. D., Covington. 
McCraw, J. 8., Lexinston. 
McDaniel, C. C, Bolivar. 
McFadden, N. H., Covington. 
McNabb, A. J., Fosterville. 
McNeil, E. A., Murfreesboro'. 
Melton, 8. K., Ripley. 
Middleton, H. W. 
Miller, E. D., Holly Springs. 
Milliken,L.H.,Grand Junction . 
Monroe, M., Maynardville. 
Montgomeiy, W. A. 
Moon, 8. [Roads. 

Morton, P. A., Vandegrift X 
Muae,Tnos.E.,Esteir8 Springs. 

TEXAS. 

Magouirk, W. D., Moscow. 
Manning, Wm., Springfield. 
Markham, L. S., Henderson. 
Marona, A. D., Ranie's Creek. 
Marshall, 8., Pilot Grove. 
Martin, Isaac, Alto. 
Martin, S. C, Woodville. 
Mason, W. A., Towash. 
Masters, J. R., Pilot Point 
Masterson,John G., Woodville. 
Matterson, B. P., Pittsburg. 
McDowell, R. W., Eutaw. 
McClelland, W. H., Gilmer. 
McCleny, 8. G.; Concord. 
McComb, T. B., Parmington. 
McCrimmon, CD., New Salem. 
McCroery, T. R., Colita. 
McCuUoch, J. H., Cameron. 
McDaniel, E., Florence. 

McGuflae, , Starrville. 

McHorse, J. W., Marlin. 
McJunkin, 8. B., Huntsville. 
McLane, John, Station Greek. 
McLendon, Jno. P., Carthage.. 
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Maund, W. W., Milam. 
Maxcy, J. M., Hnntsville. 
May, G. W., Beeville. 
May, I. N., Bryan. 
Melton, M., Carthage. 
Menifee, T. A., Wheelock. 
Middleton, John, Belton. 
Miller, N., Macomb. 
Mills, J. L., Hamilton. . 
Mills, J. S., 

MiJton, M., Nacogdoches. 
Minor, Z., Lexington. 
Mitchell, J.W.,KentuckyTVn, 
Mitchell, R. M., Tarrant. 
Mitchell, W. W., Denton. 
Morris, Samuel, Dangerfield. 
Morrow, R. R., Palestine. 
Mott, J. C, Milliards. 
Mullins, 8. G. 
Mandine, J. C, Lexington. 
Myers, J. M., Trinity Mills. 

VERMONT. 

Matterson, L. J., Brattleboro*. 
Merrifield, E. P., St. Albans. 
Mills, E., Rutland. 

ALABAMA. 
Nelson, J., Weoguf ka. 
Newman. J. M., Montgomery. 

ARKANSAS. 
Neighbors, W. J., Hot Springs. 
Newell, U. J., Little Rock. 

COLORADO. 

Norrid, Wm., Denver. 

CONNECTICUT. 

Nichols, C. N., Baltic. 
Northup, G. R., Plainfield. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Nelson, Jas., Georgetown. 
Nelson, W. F., Washington. 

GEORQIA. 
Neeson, H., Bairdstown. 
Nichols, Z., Stilesboro. 
Norris, A. B., Woodbery. 
Norwood, G. J., Cuthbert. 
Nuckolls, A. B., Gumming. 
Nunnally, G. A., Monroe. 

ILLINOIS. 

Neff, S., Cuba. 

Keighbor, R. E., St. Charles. 
Nesbitt, W. C, Springfield. 
Nevins, D. M., Vermillion. 
Newell, M., Elroy. 
Newton, A. R., Genesee. 
Nichols, J, F., Scottville. 
Nicholson, J., Rantoul. 
Nickens, H. L., Ulin. 
Northup. G. W., D. D., Chicago. 
Norton, H. E., Young America. 
Norton, T. F., Odell. 
Nott, R. M., Aurora. 

INDIANA. 
Neal, W., Indianapolis. 
Nevins, D. M., Terre Haute. 
Nicholas F. H., Poston. 

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VIRGINIA. 

McCown J. W., Gordonsville. 
McLaughlin, J. T.,HalifaxC.H. 
Mansfield, J. A., Barboursville. 
Markam, J.P. E., Pattonsburg. 
Marshall, J.H.,Bowling Green. 
Martin, Wm., Williamsburg. 
Mason, E. T., Roaring Run. 
Mason, Gilbert, Patonsburg. 
Mason, J. 8., Red House. 
Massey, J. B., Charlottesville. 
Massie, S. P. 
May, .1. N., Trevilian's. 
Meadow, J. W., Rocky Mount. 
Miles, C. A., Marysville. 
Miles, R. 

Miles, W. P., Lanesville. 
Miller, John. 

Miller, T. W., Barboursville. 
Minter, A. L., Davis* Mills. 
Moncure, W. R. D., Falmouth. 
Montague, H. W., Miller's.rN.C. 
Montague, T. E., Bethel Hill, 
Moore, L. W., Skin Quarter. 
Moore, Wm., Walker's Church. 
Muncy, W. 

Nicholson, J. F., Wheeling. 
Nickles, P., Versailles. 

IOWA. 
Nash, T. A., Des Moines. 
Nelson, J, M., Cambria. 
Nelson, S. E., Oskoloosa. 

KANSAS. 
Newton, J. C, South Cedar. 

KENTUCKY. 
Newton, J. H., Kingston. 
Norris, L., Henderson. 
Norris, N. B., Richmond. 

LOUISIANA. 
Newport, S. W. 

MAINE. 
Nelson, A. J., China. 
Noyes. W. E., Milo. 
Nugent, E., Fort Fairfield. 
Nutter, D., Auburn. 

MARYLAND. 
Nice, George P., Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Neale, Rollin H., D.D., Boston. 

MICHIGAN. 
Nelson, Theodore, Ithica. 
Ney, E. M., Hart. 
Northrup, W. R., Clarkston. 

MINNESOTA. 
Newton, j; A., Lakeland 
North, A., St. Peter. 

Mississippi. 

Nail, B., Emory. 
Nelson, James, Brownsville. 
Newell, E., Cow Creek. 
Newman, James, Caseyville. 
Nicholson, J. M., Scooba. 
Norris, E. W.> Bankston. 
Northrup, W. D., Quitman. 



Munden, N. N., Norfolk. 
Munday, J. A., Fort Union. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Marshall, Jas.L., Wyoming C.H. 
Mayberry, G. R., Wheelmg. 
McGraw, W., Deer Walk. 
Miller, James, Greensboro, Pa. 
Miller, Henry, Parkersburg, 
Mitchell, E. A., Maiden. 
Mitchell, Joshua, Boon C. H. 
Morry, P., Spencer. 

WISCONSIN. 
Manthey, K., Baraboo. 
Martin, O., Burlington. 
Martin, G. 8., Verona. 
Mathews, T., Ridge way. 
Mclntyre, J. J., Marshall. 
Merrill, M., Chilton. 
Meredith, E., Lowville. 
Meredith, E., Otsego. 
Mills, P. W., Darien. 
Mize, T. S., Clinton JunctionT 
Monjeau, C, Milwaukee. 
Moore, W. W., Oshkosh. 
Mozley, T., Manchester. 

MISSOURI. 
Neal, J. T., Newcastle. 
Neece, E. 

Nelson, M., Philadelphia. 
Nevine, C, High Point. 
Nevins, W. J., Houston. 
Newals, C, Pleasant Mount. 
Newland, — , Lancaster. 
Nicholls, J., Wellsburg. 
Noel, S., Bowling Green. 
Nordyke, ~, Marshall. 
Norris, A. S., Stewartsville. 
Nugent, A. G., Kansas City. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE, 
Nichols, C. R., Bradford. 
Noyes, E. P., Amherst. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Nicholson,G.W., Perth Amboy. 
Northam, J., New Durham. 

NEW YORK. 
Nash, C. H., Glenn's Falls. 
Negus, C. R., Durhamville. 
Negus, M. H., Newport. 
Newland, C. A., Phelps. 
Newton, B., Cazenovia. 
Nixon, W. F., Reading. 
Norton, C. C, New York. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Nelson, C. J., Goldsboro. 
Nelson, D. B., Hendersonville. 
Nicholson, P., Bell Air, S. C. 
Nowell, W. C, Eagle Rock. 

OHIO. 
Newsora, E., Cincinnati. 
Newton, R., New London. 
Nichols; L B., Clarksville. 
Norman, W., Circleville. 
Norris, D., Tronton. 
Nunn, N., Cincinnati. 

RENNSYLVANIA. 
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Nicholson, Wm., Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Nance, J. C, Wellsville. 
Napier, R., Mar's Bluff. 
Nicholas, J., Privateer. 
Nichols, T., 8umter. 
Nicholson, P., Pineville, N. C. 
Nix, J., Gillisonville. 
Norman, J. L., Mush Creek. 
Norris, A. P., Graniteville. 



Tennessee. 

Neal, M. H., Humboldt. 

Newell, Wm. C. 

Nichols, O. W., Eichmond. 

Niekerson. A. 

Nixon, R. W. 

Noffslnger, M. V., Jonesboro. 

Nolen, Wm., Btanton Depot. 

Norton, R. W., Union City. 

TEXAS. 

Nash, G. E., Centreyille. 
Nash, W. W., Independence. 



VERMONT*. 

Nicholson, C. F., Newport. 
Norcross, A., East Bethel. 
Notl^ R., South Londonderry. 

VIRGINIA. 

Newman, T. W.,Falmbutb. 
Northam, G. H., Naomi Grove. 
Nuckolls, H. D., Johnson' i< Sp. 

WISCONSIN. 

Newell, L M. 

Nisbet, E., D. D., Fond du Lac 



ALABAMA. 
Olivej P., Wetumpka. 
Owen, M. C, Davis' Creek. 

ARKANSAS. 
Osborne, J. C, Mount Elba. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Ogle, B., Salem. 

GEORGIA. 
Oliphant, J. H., Pope Hill. 
Oliver, C. W., Milner. 
Overton, W. A., Union Point. 
Owen, R. M., Byronville. 

ILLINOIS. 
Oady, Austin, Monticello. 
Osborn, L., Plymouth. 
Osgood, A., Lostant. 
Osgood, S. M., Chicago. 
Osman, J. A. 

Otrich, G. W., Dongola. [boro. 
Overstreet, E. W., McLeans- 
Owen, Davis, Atlanta. 
INDIANA. 
Odell, P., Crittenden. 
Ogle, A., Mitchel. 

IOWA. 
Orcutt., A., Ackley. 
Otis, E., Clarinda. 
Otis, J. C, Glen wood. 

KENTUCKY. 
Orr, Q. W., Keen. 
Owen, F. B., Goshen. 
Owens, G. W., Glasgow. 
Owings, E., Wadesboro. 

LOUISIANA. 
O'Quinn, John, Bayou Chicot. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Olmstead, J. W., D.D., Boston. 
Osterhout, J. V., Webster. 



MICHIGAN. 
Oldfleld, Chas., Cedar Springs. 
Olney, P., Tecumseh. 
Osborn, D., Ada. 
Osborn, E. M., Kalamazoo. 
Owen, A., Detroit. 

MINNESOTA. 
Okerson, O., Swede Grove, 
Ongman, J., Red Wing. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Oliver, J. A., Carrollton. 
Otken, F. H., Summit. 
Owens, J. T., Choctaw Agency. 

MISSOURI. 
O'Briant, T. N. 
Odell, Isaac. 
Odom, —. 

Odom, J. W., Vienna. 
Oliver, I. M., Montgomery City. 
Oliver, Preston, Palmyra. 
Oliver, 8., Macon City. 
Osborn, A. C, St. Louis. 
Owens, L. W., Bedford. 
Oyler, Abram, Mt. Pleasant. 

NEW YORK. 
Olney, L. W., Marion. 
Olney, 8. J., West Somerset. 
Omans, W. P., Knoxville, Pa. 
Osborn, A. C, D. D., Brooklyn. 
Osborn, L. M., Hamilton. 
Osborne, F. E., Belleville. 
Owen, D. D., Kendalia. 
Owen, E., Wyoming. 
Owen, E. F., Rochester. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Oakley, W. E. 
Olive, Johnson, Bethany. 
Oliver, P., Germantown. 
Overby, R. R., Elizabeth City. 



Owen, T. R., Tarboro. 
Oxford, I., Deal's Mills. 

OHIO. 
Oder, A. W., Rospoe. 
Olcott, J. B., Cincinnati. 
Osborn, J. W., Columbus. 
Owen, JD. E., Newark. 
Owens, W. S., Great Bend. 

OREGON. 
Osborn, J. W., Dallas. 
Osborn, J. W., Jr. 

PENNSLYVANIA. 
Oakley, C. B., West Haveiford. 
Osgood, Howard,D.D.,Cheeter. 
Otto, R., Buchanan. 
Owen, John, Townville. 
Owen, Wm., Pittsburg. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
O'Neale, L., Oakland. 
Owens, J., Pickens. 
Owens, W. C, Fort Mill. 

TENNESSEE. 
Osbum, E. H., Medon. 
Overton, Anthony. 
Owen, Thomas, Brownsville. 

TEXAS. 
Oliver, J. F., Gainsville. 
Orchard, S. C, High Hill. 

VIRGINIA. 
Obenchain, L. K., Blue Ridge. 
Owen, A. E., Jarretts. 
Owens, Putnam, Windsor. 
Owens, R. R., Windsor. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Osburne, E., Wayne C. H. 
Owens, W. S., Reedy Ripple. 



ALABAMA. 
Parker, J., Pleasant Grove. 
Parker, W. J., Choctaw Corner 
Peebles, — , Cambridge. 
Penn, W., Duck Springs. 
Pomeroy, C, Florence. 
Porter, J. F., White Plains. 
Purcell, H. H., Turkeytown. 

ARKANSAS. 
Parker, W. H., Warren. 
Patterson, J. L., Bird's Spring. 
Petillow, L., Hurricane. 



Polly, M., Fort Smith. 
Prime, G. M., Eldorado. 
Putnam, Bennett, Bentonville. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Parkhurst, W. J., Marysville. 
Post, C. B., San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 
Potter, T. T., Georgetown. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Palmer,.A. G.,D.D.,8tonington. 



Parkes, J. H., Norwich. 
Peckham, P., Sterling. 
Phelps, S. D.,D,D.,New Haven. 
Phillips, J. M., East Lyme. 
Potter, C. W., Northville. 
Pray, E. W., Hartford. 
Putnam, C. L., 8. Woodstock. 

DELAWARE. 
Purinton, D. B., Plymouth. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Parker, G. W , Alexandria. 
Park er, J. W.,D.D., Washington. 



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FLORIDA. 

Parker, B. R., Madison. 
Perry, J., Adamsville. 
Perry, R. M., Morrison's Mills. 
Pi got, J., Cravrfordsville. 
Plyaot, R. A.. Tarapa. 
Polhill, J. J.,'Bellville. 
Powell, G C, Live Oak. 
Pyles, S. M., Greenwood. 

OEORGIA. 
Padgett, A., Reidsville. 
Page, Bryan, Cuthbert 
Page, Matthew, Cuthbert. 
Palmer, D., Sandersville. 
Pannal, E. J.. Louisville. 
Parker, G., Albany. 
Parker, Jasper, Fairmount. 
Parker, W. H., Johnson's Star 
Pate, J. [tioD. 

Patman, D. W. 
Peason, J., Macon. 
Peek, H. C, Greensboro'. 
Peek, J. M., Powder Springs. 
Peeler, Berry, Linton. 
Phillips, A. D., Africa. 
Phillips, J. D. 
Phillips, R. W., Statenville. 
Phillips, T., Franklin. 
Pilcher, T. J., Warren ton. 
Pipkin, P. J., Tennille. 
Pirkle, W. J., Gumming. 
Pitman, B. E., Mb. Lebanon. 
Pitts, Isaac, Drayton. 
Plant, W., Macon. 
Polhill, J. G., Ebenezer. 
Pope, O. C, Milltown. 
Pope, W. H., Washington. 
Pope, W. M., Cuthbert. 
Porter, D. H., Soque. 
Porter, J., Dahlonega. 
Postell, T., Dahlonega. 
Potter, J. S., Lawrence ville. 
Powel, K. A. J., Morgan. 
Power, J. M., Paoli. 
Prrtther, W. W. Hogansville. 
Preston, J. A.. Greensboro'. 
Price, L., Long Branch. 
Primus, I. L., Perry. 
Pritchett, G. W., Monticello. 
Fullen, J. W., Rome. 
Parcel!, L, Trion Factory. 
Purcell, M., Freemanaville. 
Purifoy, C, Forsyth. 
Purington, J. L. 
Purvis, J., Reedy Creek. 

ILLINOIS. 
Padon, J., Troy. 
Page, S. M., Macedonia. 
Palmer, E. J., Freeburg. 
Palmer, K. C, El Paso. 
Parker, M., Panola. 
Parker, W., Metamora. 
Parmelee, J. H., Lacon. 
Parmly, E., Golconda 
Parks, Norman, Raritan. 
Parks, E., <'ooperstown. 
Patterson, F. L., Breese. 
Pattison. R.E., D. D., Upper Al- 
Pearce, W. B., Vienna, [ton. 
Pearson. B. H., Kiumundy. 
Pease, G. A., Fidelity. 
Peasley, S., Downs. 
Peck, Lyman, Tennessee. 



Pendleton, S. C , Fairfield. 
Perkins, A. J., Fish Hook. 
Perry John, Petersburg. 
Ferryman, J., Marrowbone. 
Persons, R., Shabbona Grove. 
Peter?, John, Irvington. 
Phillips, James P., Burton. 
Phillips, John, Ottawa. 
Phillips, J. H., Winfield. 
Phillips, Joseph, Maiden. 
Pickens, H., Ullin. 
Pigg, E., Mulberry Grove. 
Place, J. J. W., Bushnell. 
Potter, A., Champaign. 
Powell, Thos., Ottawa. 
Pratt, J. H., Dixon. 
Pray, P., Taylorville. 
Prescotr, Asa, Galena. 
Price, Jonah, Oblong City. 
Pritchard, D., Marseilles. 
Proffitt, W. P. 
Prunk, G. E., Mossville. 
Purritt, C. G., Rockville. 

INDIANA. 
Palmer, P. T., Rockville. 
Palmer, T. R., Madinon. 
Parks, R. M., Franklin. 
Pavy, James, Adams. 
Pavey, A., Boundery City. 
Phares, J., Manilla. 
Phillips, C, Bedville. 
Pierce, P. C, Orland. 
Pierce, W. Y. A., Coesse. 
Plew, J. N.. Wright. 
Potter, J. W., Greensbarg. 
Pratt, W. M., D. D., N. Albany. 
Puett, W., P:ilett8vnie. 
Porter, J. B., Campbellsburg. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Perrymstn, J., Creek Indians. 

IO^A^A. 
Parker, L. G., Livingston. 
Patrick, James, Maple Valley. 
Peak, R. T., Bloomfield. 
Pearce, H. 

Peipgrass, R., Muscatine. 
Perkins, C, Quasqueton. 
Perry, E., Shell Bark. 
Phillips, E. D., Manchester. 
Pictkard, S., Charleston. 
Potts, W., Charleston. 
Powell, T. W., Davenport, 
Pratt, A., Sigourney. 
Pratt, W. C, Denmark, 
Pry, J. H., Chequest. 

KANSAS. 
Parrish, W. P., Emporia. 
Patterson, E. A., Neosha Rapids. 
Post, J. C, Fort Scott. 
Post, John, Prairie du Chien. 

KENTUCKY. 
Pander, H. S., Manchester. 
Pannel, D. W., Elkton 
Parsons, J. F., Manchester. 
Parvers, W. E., Long Run. 
Patterson, J., Fountain Run. 
Peay, J. M., Owensboro. 
Peck, Willis, Campbellsville. 
Perkins, J. C., Big Hill. 
Petri, E., Franklin. 
Pettit, N. C, Cold Spring. 



Pettit, T. H., Wadesboro'. 
Phillips, C.B.,Pellville. 
Phillips, D. J., Owensboro'. 
Pierce, T. W., Litchfield. 
Plaster, F. C, Keynburg. 
Pond, John, Kirksville. 
Ponder, H. 8., Sexton's Creek. 
Porter, D. N., Eminence. 
Potters, J. R, Mayfield. 
Potts, S. v.. Crab Orchard. 
Powers, J. P., Owensville. 
Powers, W. E. 

Praetor, V. A., Bowling Green. 
Pratt, W. M., Lexington. 

LOUISIANA. 
Parker, Henry. 
Parren, B. 

Paxton, W. E., Minden. 
Peddy, A. G., Vienna. 
Pennington, A. 
Perkins, J. 
Phillips, H., Athene. 
Potal, Joseph. 
Prewitt, Y. T. 

MAINE. 
Packard, L., S. Norridgewock. 
Page, J. F., South Dover. 
Palmer, A., Dixmont. 
Parker, C, S. Norridgewock. 
Patten, R. A., Guilford. 
Pendleton, A. B., Foxcrafb. 
Pepper, E., Eastport. 
Perkins, A., Jr., Limerick. 
Pierce, I)., Greene. 
Pierce, H., Hartland. 
Pinkham. E., Sedgwick. 
Piper, A. M., Sangerville. 
Poole, W., Fayette. 
Porter, C. G., Houlton. 
Powell, E., Topsfield. 
Powers, S., South Acton. 

MARYLAND. 
Paule, H. E., Union M. Home. 
Phillips, J. H., Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Padelford, A. J., Haverhill. 
Page, B. H., South Groton. 
Palmer, A.D.F., N.Tewksbury. 
Parker, Jos. W., Boston. 
Parker, Addison, Charleston. 
Parkhurst, John, Chelmsford. 
Park hurst, J. W.,NewtonCentre 
Partridge, L., West Medway. 
Pasco, Cephas, Cochesett. 
Patch, G. W., Marblehead. 
Peacock, J., Stoneham. 
Pearson, C. H., Lawrence. 
Pease, David, Ashfield. 
Peck, J. J., Melrose. 
Peck, S., Boston HIghlandB. 
Pervear, H. K. Worcester. 
Pidge, J. B. G.,' Lawrence. 
Pierson, L., Chelsea. 
Pillsbury, S., Newton Centre. 
Pinkham, N. J., Manchaug. 
Poland, J. W., Orleans. 
Pollard, Andrew, Taunton. 
Potter, A. K., Springfield. 
Potte u G. B., Ashland. 
Pratt, S. C, Lowell. 
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Pride,E.W.,Bo8tonHighlands. 
Pryor, J., Lexington. 
Putney, R. O., E. Brookfield. 

MICHIGAN. 
Pack, Wm., Centreville. 
Palmer, L., Reading. 
Palmer, L. D., Jackson. 
Parmerly. L., Ionia. 
Parker, D. J., Ash. 
Parraenter, A.M.,William8ton. 
.pMrsons, A. H., Lansing. 
Pattengill, L. C, Litchfield. 
Perry, J. D., Bedford. 
Pettit, H., Portland. 
Pierce, A. G., Portage. 
Pierce, N., Coldwater. 
Piper, J., Unadilla. 
Portman, J. G.,Benton Harbor. 
Potter, W. D., Hadley. 
Powell, R, Clinton. 
Powell, v., Saranac. 
Prentiss, W. H., Hillsdale. 
Price, J., Cassapolis. 
Putnam, Wm., Mason. 
Putnam, D., Ypsilanti. 

MINNESOTA. 
Palmer, A. D., Shell Rock. 
Patterson, R. A., St. Paul. 
Pease, R. M. S., St. Anthony. 
Peterson, A., Stone ville Lake. 
Peterson, J. A., Iceland. 
Pinney, S. W., Marion. 
Preseott, G. W., St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Pace, Edwin, Gholson. 
Parker, T. F., Marietta. 
Parker, I. S., Grenada. 
Parrott, A. G., Hickory Flat. 
Patterson, W. C, Jacinto. 
Peacock, J. A., Bankston. 
Pearson, J. M., Ludlow. 
Perry, W. S., Grenada. 
Pettigrew, J. L., Raymond. 
Pitman, Henry, Carrollton. 
Pitts, J. T., Cherry Creek. 
Portwood, H. W., Benton. 
Potect, J. B., Coopwood. 
Preseott, J. H. 
Price, Wra., Grenada. 
Pritchard, H., Rocky Ford. 

MISSOURI. 

Packer, John, Columbia. 
Painter, W. R., Fayette. 
Palmer, J. S., Sturgeon. 
Palmer, W. W., Little Niagara. 
Parish, J. A., Lakevllle. 
Parish, B., Hickory Ridge. 
Parker, L. G., St. John. 
Parsons, W. B., Otterville. 
Patrick, W^ J., Jefferson City. 
Paul, W., Amazonia. 
Payne, W. H., Bramley. 

Peck, , Hickory Barren. 

Peck, A. J., Fairgrove. 
Perkins, D., Keytesville. 
Petty, Isaac, Bloomfield. 
Phillips, J. S., Kansas City. 

Phillips, , Independence. 

Pitts, S. Y., Roanoke. 
Pitts, Y. R., Glasgow. 
Pool, J. A., Neosho. 



Powers, M., Paris. 
Pratt, W. G., Kansas City. 
Prewett, 8., Modena. 
Pulliam, W. H., Palmyra. 

NEBRASKA. 
Phillips, E. D., Tecumseh. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Peacock, J., Goffstown Centre, 
Pease, B., Hudson. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Palen, V., Camden. 
Parmelee. D. S., Freehold. 
Parmly,W.H.,D.D.,JerseyCity. 
Pendleton, G. W., Rahway. 
Perdan, D. P., Hightstown. 
Powell, P., Beverly. 
Putnam, H. C, Karrsville. 

NEW YORK. 
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P«rke, F. S , Clifton Park. 
Parker, A., Green. 
Parker, T. S., Clifton Park. 
Parsons, C. B., Knowlesville. 
Parsons, I. S., Saulsbnry. 
Parsons, W. M , Brooklyn. 
Pattengill, C. N., Palmyra. 
Patton, A. 8., D. D., Utica. 
Paulin, Wm.. Nanuet. 
Peabody, H. H., Buffalo. 
Pease, I. N., Panama. 
Peck, Levi,Sanford. 
Peddle, John, Albany. 
Pentecost, G. F., Brooklyn. 
Perkins. A. P., Ontario. 
Perry, E., Tioga Centre. 
Perry, M. H., Venice. 
Perry, P., Adams. 
Perry, Rufus L., New York. 
Pendleton, W. H., New York. 
Peters, T. R., Macedon. 
Phelps, H. H., Ashville. 
Phelps, I., Candor. 
Phillips, T. E., Horseheads. 
Phillips, W. C. Port Byron. 
Pierce, G. B., Newark. 
Pierce, R. D., Norway. 
Pike, W., Truxton. 
Pinney, A., Brooklyn. 
Pixley, J. B., Albion. 
Plue, E. Fort Edward. 
Pomeroy, S., Flat Brook. 
Pope, J. D., Norwich. 
Post, G. E., East Meredith. 
Potter, A. L. L., Nunda. 
Potter, W. T., Lindonville. 
Potters, H., Oswego. 
Powers, I., Worcester. 
Pratt, S., Nicholville. 
Prentiss, A. M., Rhinebeck. 
Prentiss, R. R., Brookfield. 
Pryne, O. J., Westford. 
Purington, L. M., Walton. 



Purington, W. F., Branchport • 
Putnam, D., Eaton. 
Putnam, O., Jamestown. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Padgett, A., Sandy Plains. 
Pannell, D., Webb's Ford. 
Parham, H. P., Sandy Must. 
Parham, J., Leicester. 
Patterson, R., Stockpville, 
Pendergrass, J. F., Marion. 
Perdue, W. H., Jonesville. 
Perry, D. E. 
Perry, Trons H. 
Pierce, E.. Merry Hill. 
Pinner, R., Unknown. 
Pitchford, Jas. A., Warrenton 
Pitman, A. R., Lumberton. 
Plemmons, J., Marshall. 
Poe, E. A., Dallas. 
Pool, William. 
Pool, Christopher. 
Poston, R, Shelby. 
Powell, J. B., Lenoir. 
Pracher, Aaron. 
Prevatt, F., Lumberton. 
Prewitt, N., Knob Creek. 
Pritchard, R. S. 
Pritchard, T. H., D.D.,Raleigb. 
Purefoy, A. F., Forestville. 
Purefoy, G. W., Oxford. 
Purefoy, Jas. A., Forestville. 
Pnrefoy, J. S., Chapel Hill, 
i^urefoy, N. A., Warrenton. 

OHIO. 
Page, S. B., Cleveland. 
Park, C. C, Attira. 
Parker, J., Hubbard. 
Penny, T. J., Mill Brook. 
Phelps, B., Colebrook. 
Philips, J. L., Kenton. 
Philips, A. S., Brewsters. 
Pearce, W., Marietta. 
Pierce, G., Warren. 
Plfttts, E., Springfield. 
Poindexter, J., Columbus. 
Porter, J. K., Kalida. 
Potter, J. K., New Hampshire. 
Powell, B. J., Newburg. 
Powell, J., South Salem. 
Powell, J. R.,Wa«hington C.H. 
Powell, T., Richfield. 
Pickton, T. B., Akron. 
Pratt, A., New Richmond. 
Pratt, G. W., Cheviot. 
Pratt, John, Granville. 
Preston, G. M., Wooster. 
Price, T. J., Urbana. 
Probert, D., Youngstown. 

OREGON. 

Porter, Wm., Forest Grove. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Packwood, E., Allentown. 
Parker, James, Austinville. 
Parker, Chas., Waverly. 
Parker. G. W., Alexandria, Va. 
Paull, H. E., Union M. H., Md. 
Pavey, Chas., Whitehallville. 
Peltz, Geo. A.. Philadelphia. 
Pendleton, J.M.,D.D., Chester. 
Perry, J. M., Greenville. 



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Perry, Joseph, Philadelphia. 
Pepper, G. v. B., D.D., Chester, 
Peters, J. H., Philadelphia. 
Phillips, D. P., Philadelphia. 
Phillips, D. T., Philadelphia. 
Phillips, E. M., Oak Shade. 
Phillips, J., Branehtown. 
Pierce, Greorge, Harrisburg. 
Pinn, R. A., W. Philadelphia. 
Plannett, J. W., Huntington. 
Plowman, J. T., Reedsville. 
Post, A. L., Montrose. 
Purdy, W- B., Westover. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Phillips, Wm., Providence. 
Parker, S. 8., Providence. 
Peck, J. J., Bristol. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Page, B., Fingerville. 
Parnell, W. J., Florence. 
Parrott, A. W., Darlington. 
Parrott, B. F., Darlington. 
P^rryclear, J. S.,Graham'8P.O. 
Peterkin, J. E., Red Hill. 
Peterson, J. F., Richardson. 
Phillips, C. M., Green River. 
Pickett, G. W., Chester. 
Pitman, A. R., Marion C. H. 
Pope, T. H., Martin's Depot. 
Porter, C. M., Ridgeway. 
Powell, 8., Marietta. 
Price, B., Walterboro*. 
Price, B. G. 

Price, Thos. J., Timmonsville. 
Pringle, C. 
Puckett, F. G., Johnson ville, 

TENNESSEE, 
Parker, Henry, Milam. 
Parrott, A. G., Saulsbury. 

Pearce, , Unity. 

Pender, H. B., Cuba, 
Peitus, H. L. 



ARKANSAS. 

Quinn, Loftin, Prates ville. 

GEORQIA. 

Quisenby, J. L., Washington. 
Quarles, Frank, Atlanta. 

ILLINOIS. 
Qaincy, J., Richfield. 



Phillips, D. W., Nashville. 
Phillips, J. M. 
Pickens, J. W., Hamburg. 
Plaster, F. C, Springfield. 
Powell, John, McMmnville. 
Prescott, J. H., Saulsbury. 
Puckett, G. W., Elkton. 

TEXAS. 
Parks, W. H., Piano. 
Parnell, H., Montgomery. 
Paxton, J. E., Brenham. 
Pearce, 8. E., Mattomosa. 
Peavehouse, D. 
Perry, J. M., ^'avasota. 
Phelps, E. S., Newton. 
Phelps, J. D.,Woodville. 
Phipps, Benj., Cleburn. 
Pierce,CharIesN.,Tre8palacios 
Pinson, F., Scyene. [Creek. 
Potts, Thos. A., Austin. 
Powell, T. J., Gonzales. 
Prewett, J. B., Basin Spring. 
Pritchard, J. P., Crockett. 
Proctor, Wm., Mt. Pleasant. 
Pue, E. B., Pleasanton. 
Puryear, H. R., Corslcana. 

VERMONT. 
Packer, D., Mt. Holly. 
Palmer, W. L., West Cornwall. 
Parker, A., Barford P. O. 
Parker, G. H., Panton. 
Parmelee, J. H., Guilford. 
Pay, G. F., West Halifax. 
Peareon, I., Ludlow. 
Peabody.H. H., Brattleboro'. 
Pierce, N„ Bellows Falls. 

VIRGINIA. 
Pack, R., Red Sulph. Springs. 
Pannel, Wm., Christiansburg. 
Parker, J. E. [Wilson. 

Parks, William C, Mouth of 
Parkison, Jas. F., Tunstalls. 

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KENTUCKY. 
Quinn, B. T., Georgetown. 
Quisenburg, C.B.,Clintonville. 

MISSOURI. 
Quirrell, C. A., Holden. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Queen, B. N., East La Porte. 
Queen, L., East La Porte. 



Parish, W. 8., Kent's Store. 
Patterson, J. B. T., Richmond. 
Payne, R. H., Bristersburg. 
Pearcy, George, Green Hill. 
Pearson, T. P., Rocky Mount. 
Pedigo, W. B., Lafayette. 
Peenink, W. S., Charlesiown. 
Perkins, J. C, Columbia. 
Perry, W. S., Mt. Crawford. 
Petty, H., Eastviile. 
Pierson, P. 

Pilcher, J. M., Richmond. 
Pickett, John, The Plains. 
Plunkett, W. H., Peytonsbnrg. 
Poindexter, A. M., D. D., Cul- 
pepper C. H. 
Pollard, John, Jr., Saluda. 
Powell, J. L., Twy man's Store. 
Pritchard, W. D., Great Bridge. 
Pugh, A. C, Porter's Precinct. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Park, Rufus, Park's Ferry. 
Peters, L. E., Shrewsbury. 
Plymale, A., Ceredo. 
Powell, W. E., Long Run. 
Price, E., Morgantown. 

WISCONSIN. 
Palmer, L. S., Almond. 
Palmer, T. W., Rio. 
Parmely, I., Elkhorn. 
Parshall, R.F., West Salem. 
Patton, G. R., Juda. 
Patton, G. H., Albany. 
Peck, D. A., Waupaca. 
Peterson, L., Thompsonville 
Phelps, W. F., Ridgeway. 
Phillips, D. A., Plattville. 
Pickett, M., Aztalan. 
Plumley, A., Melrose. 
Post, J., Waupaca. 
Powers, H., Oregon. 
Powers, R. F., Mazomanie. 
Prouty, E., Spring Green. 
Pulis, J. D., New Salem. 



TENNESSEE. 
Quarles, T. L., Shell mound. 

VIRGINIA. 
Quarles, Chas., Gordonsyille. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Queen, P. T. L. 



ALABAMA. 

Rains, A. G., Nixburg. 
Bay, J. H., Benton. 
Read, E. T., Jacksonville. 
Reeve, J. A., Duck Springs. 
Regan, M. W., Providence. 
Renfroe, J. J. D., Talladega. 
Revil, J. L , Crawford. 
Richey, P., Greensport. 
Roberts, H., Pleasant Grove. 
Roberts, J. C, Landers ville. 
Rock, J., Lebanon. 



Roley, L. D., Salem. 
Ryan, J. K., Cuba. 

ARKANSAS. 
Rade, B., Mulberry Grove. 
Raphi, D., Clear Lake. 
Ras berry, J. D., Hamburg. 
Reed, Isaac, Ozark. 
Renfro, J. C. 
Rice, B. C, Tulip. 
Robbins, I. B.. Nashville. 
Robert, W. H., Trenton. 
Robertson, G., Pine Bluff. 



Robinson, Jas., Fayetteville. 
Rogers, G. P., Rogers' Ridge. 
Russell, A. M., Hfcks' Station. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Randolph, T.,Marysville, 
Rees, E., Redwood. 
Reid, 8. E.. Stockton. 
Rhees, H. H., Marysville. 
Roberts, S. 8., San Rafael. 
Rose, J. a, San Pablo. 
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CONNECTICUT. 
Banney, E. H., Cromwell. 
Ray, G. W., Jewett City. 
Robbins, A., East Klllingby. 
BobinsoD, A. A., Wiilimantic. 
Rockwell, C. B. 
Boss, W. M., West Hartford. 
Russell, R., CI Id ton. 

DELAWARE. 

Read, , Wilmington. 

FLORIDA. 
Beynolds, C. S., Ocala. 
Bowe, S., Chattahoochee. 

OEORGIA. 
Bainwater, Jas., Palmetto. 
Beed, J. D., Dallas. 
Beese, H. S., Turin. 
Beese, James, Columbus. 
Bhodes, A. M., Butler. 
Bhodes, T. N., Newnan. 
Bice, W. H., Marshalville. 
Bichards, W. B , Oak Hill. 
Bichardson, W.H.,Thomaston. 
Bippy, A. J., Cassville. 
Eobert, L. J., Albany. 
Boberts, Benj., Milledgeyille. 
Boberts, J. B., Linton. 
Bobertson, W. 

BobinsoQ, P. B., Greensboro. 
Bogers, W. J., Pope Hill. 
Boney, 8. L., Beedy Creek. 
Boss, B. L., Fort Valley. 
Boss, Wm., Americus. 
Bowe, J. P.,Paoli. 
Bowland, A. W., Augusta. 
Bussell, W. T., Lafayette. 
Byals, J. G., Carters ville. 

ILLINOIS. 
Bafferty, A. C, Carlinville. 
Bagins, D., Vienna. 
Bandolph, F. S., Elwin. 
Baoebolt, W., Cypress Creek. 
Bang, C, Monee. 
Bavlin, N. F., Chicago. 
Bay, John, Greenbush. 
Baymond, Lewis, Chicago. 
Baymond, L. F., Monmouth. 
Read, Dean, Springfield. 
Bead, J. W., Newton. 
Beams, Wm., Galconda. 
Beasoner, T., Bloomiugton. 
Beese, Thomas, Somonank. 
Beeves, E. B., Vandalia. 
Benfrew, A., Joliet. 
Beynolds, J. 

Bhoads, J. D., Plain view. 
Bhoadfl, J. v., Trumbull. 
Bhoads, W. H., 
Bhodes, A., Edgar. 
Bhodes, T. F., Whiteside. 
Bice, B. H., Hainsburgh. 
Bice, A., Dubois. 
Bice, 8. C, Greenwood. [Grove. 
Bichards, D. T., D9wner's 
Bichardson, L., Auburn. 
Bichardson, H. H., Anna. 
Bickerson, F. D., Waukegan 
Bidgeley S. Anna. [Lake. 
Biley, G. W., Champaign. 
Biley, J. W., Mattoon. 
Booch, 8. P., Millatadt. 



Rourk,H., Bell City. 
Robb, H., Mattoon. 
Roberts, I. J., Upper Alton. 
Roberts, jHham, Breese. 
Roberts, J. M., Carlyle. 
Robinson, J., Elgin. 
Robinson, 8., Tonica. 
Rodman, J. A., Benton. 
Roe, C. H , D. D., Chicago. 
Roe, C. T., Rockton. 
Root, T. E., Versailles. 
Ross, E..Winfield. 
Ross, W. D., Lebanon. 
Rowe, D. P., Noble. 
Rundquist, N. J., Rock Island. 
Hubs, £., Boseville. 
Russell, A. A., Morrison. 

INDIANA. 
Bagsdale, J. W., Morgantown. 
Razor, J. H., Lawrence. 
Reckard, D. B., Monmouth. 
Reece. J., Shelbyville. 
Reer. H. C., Laporie. 
Richards, E., Picard's Mills. 
Riley, A. J.,8helburn. 
Riley, E. 8., Greenwood. 
Risinger, L., Delaware. 
Robbins, A. J., Vienna. 
Roberts, E., Bear Branch. 
Roberts, F. K., Green castle. 
Robertson, A. B., Deamn. 
Robertson, T.N.,Plea9antHill. 
Robinson, L. B., Salem. 
Robinson, L. D., Vincennes. 
Robinson, T. J., Rossville. 
Robinson, W. W., Linn Grove. 
Ross, A. J., Loogootee. 
Rowden, P., Chili. 
Royal, B. W., Stringtown. 
Rupe, H. B., Centerville. 
Bussell, E. A., Elkhart. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Boss, William. 

IOWA. 
Redburn, J., Orleans. 
Reed, W. E.,Northbend. 
Riley, Corydon. 
Robbins, A., Osceola. 
Robinson, D., Des Moines. 
Robert, J. T., Burlington. 
Rockwood, J. E., Sioux City. 
Roe, J. W., Sidney. 
Roney, W., Clinton. 
Root, D. M. 

Root, Myron, Winthrop. 
Ross, W., Wayne. 
Rowley, D., Wapsa. 
Russell, A. W., Lake Creek. 

KANSAS. 
Baymond, W. J.,Pottawatomie, 
Raymond, W. G., Auburn. 
Read, B. L., Oi^awotomle. 
Rice, Thou., South Cedar. 
Richardville, T. F., Miami Vil, 
Rhotbn, E.. Turkey Creek. 
Rhoton, Wm., Marmaton. 

KENTUCKY. 
Rash, A. D , Stamford. 
Bay, C. N., Columbus. 



Reed, D. H., Sal visa. 
Roed, D., J., Camdensville. 
Renfro, S., Rock Camp. 
Reynolds, T., Westpc^rt. 
Reynolds, T. K., Ashland. 
Richardson, L., Somersett. 
Richardson, L., Waynesburgh. 
Richie, T. E., Hartford. 
Kitey, C. N., New Liberty. . 
Riley, J. V., Dallasburgh. 
Roberts, B. 

Robertson, T. A., Conlyville. 
Robinson, A. W. 
Robinson, B., Owensboro. 
Kogers, Wm., Owensville. 
Row, John, Staliby Run. 
Rush, S. C.Murfreesboro. 
Rnst, J. W., Louisville. 
Rust, 8. D., Rumsey. 
Rust, T., Bremen. 
Ryland, R., Shelbyville. 

LOUISIANA. 
Baymond, Wm. H. 
Reeves, Z. 
Relyea, 8. 8. 
Rice, Hilary. 
Riggs, Abraham. 
Roberts, D. B., Osyka, Mise. 
Routen, T. A. 

MAINE. 
Rattray, B. F., Pembroke. 
Record. J., Turner. 
Richardson, J., Lewiston. 
Richardson,0., BuxtonCentre. 
Richardson, 8. D., Fayette. 
Ricker, I)., Bryant's Pond. 
Ricker, J., Augusta. 
Ripley, T. B., Portland. 
Robeits, F. K., Wells Depot. 
Robinson, T. B., Hartland. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Rand, S. B., Holyoke. 
Randall, George W., Maiden. 
Raymond, J. T., Boston. 
Read, Andrew, West Scituate. 
Read, J. B., Belchertown. 
Read, W. S., Wilbraham. 
Reding, Charles W., Milford. 
Richards, W.C, Ph.D.,Pittfield. 
Ripley, H. J., New Centre. 
Rising, M. H., South wick. 
Rabbins, Eleazer, S. Groton. 
Rockwood, J. M., Middlefield. 
Ross, W. M., North Billerica. 
Round, A. L., Taunt<m. 
Rounds, Daniel, N.Wrentharo. 
Rounds, J,, Chelmsford. 
Rowe, C. H.,NorthDorche8t«r. 
Ruberg, George L., Hancock. 
Russell, P. R., Bolton. 
Russell, T. C , Leominster. 
Ryan, George, W., Chatham. 
Ryder, Wilson C, Rock. 

MICHIGAN. 
Randall, D. A., Marquette. 
Randall, N. B., YpsiJanti. 
Rasco, J. H.. Bloom Ingdale. 
Read, D., LL. D., Winona. 
Ree«e, J. W., Eaton Rapids. 
Remington, Wm., Pontiac. 
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Eeynolds.P., Allegan. 
Rhodes, G., Pine Grove. 
Roberts, D. W., Holt. 
Robson, D. W., Dewitt. 
Rose, H. A., St. Johns.' 
Rose, L. M., Amboy. 
Rassell, B. P., Oassapolia. 

MINNESOTA. 
Reeks, G., Swansea. 
Ross, S. D., East Hutchinson. 
Ross, W., Le Roy. 
Rugg, S. L., Clayton. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Ray, A,, Jonesboro. 
Ray, Marion, Jonesboro. 
Regan, M. W., Columbus. 
Reeves, Z., Liberty. 
Renfroe, M. H., Arkabuta. 
Reynolds, W. L., Cornersville. 
Rice, D., Madison Station. 
Richardson, J., Cochrum. 
Robbins, 8. L., Meridian. 
Roberson, James, Jacinto. . 
Roberson, N. B., Raleigh. 
Robinson, E. S., Enterprise. 
Robinson, N., Monticello. 
Robinson, W. H., Columbus. 
Robinson, Wm. 
Rogers, J. E., Ripley. 
Rogers, J. M., Olive Branch. 
Rushing, E., Carthage. 
Rushing, W. S., Walnut Grove. 
Russell, G. D., Pontotoc. 
Ryiand, W. 8., Grenada. 

MISSOURI. 
Rairden, J. F., Eldorado. 
Rambaut, T., Liberty. 
Randall, A. F., St. Louis. 

Reed, , Lee's Summit. 

Redding, W. M., Martiusburg. 
Reid, J., Jackson. 
Rhodes, R. M., Palmyra. 
Rice, J. S., Dent C. H., • 
Rice, N. B., California. 
Rice, W., Liberty. 
Richardson, H. M., Columbia. 
Rich, P., Munger's Mill. 
Roan, J , Kan.«a<3 City, [field. 
Roberts, B., McCord, Spring- 
Roberts, N., Stewartsville. 
Roberts, R. M., Richland. 
Robertson, W. M., Tipton. 
Robinson, John, Bloomfield. 
Rubinson,J. J., Independence. 
Robinson, J. M., Columbia. 
RobinsoH, W. N., California. 
Robison, John, Bellair. 
Roby, G. W., Shelbina. 
Roddy, J., Ashland. 
Rogers, A. P., Bowling Green. 
Rogers, C, Rushville. 
Rogers, C. G., DeKalb. 
Rogers, G. W., Chiliicothe. 
Roth, E., Dover. 
Roth well, W. R., Huntsville.' 
Ruark, W., Turnback. 
Rudy, J. P., Farmington. 
Russell, J. M., Lynn Creek. 
Rutter, J. G., Caledonia. 

NEBRASKA. 
Reynolds, J.W.,Jenkin'8Mill9. 



NE^A^ HAMPSHIRE. 
Richardson, D. F., Hanover. 

NE^A^ JERSEY. 
Rhees, H. H., Salem. 
Robinson, C, Newark. 
RoUinson, W., Bergen. 
Romine, E. C, Stockton. 
Rose, F. B., Camden. 
Rouse, H. H., Old Bridge. 
Rue, J. E., Hightstown. 

NEW YORK. 
Rand, Aaron. New York. 
Randall, N. B., Gloversville. 
Randall, W. H., Amherst. 
Ray, A. J., Westville. 
Reed, E. I)., Lebanon. 
Rees, William, Covert. 
Reese, D., Sandy Creek. 
Reeves, D. M., Tarrytown. 
Reid, W., New York. 
Remsen, J. R., Sparrowbush. 
Reynolds, A., Oneonta. 
Reynolds, A. E., Whitehall. 
Reynolds, H., Flushing. 
Reynolds, J., Pine Plains. 
Reynolds, L., South Hill. 
Reynolds, L. R., Montezuma. 
Reynolds, P., Ramsomville. 
Reynolds, R. J., Richville. 
Reynolds, 8. R., Oswego. 
Rhodes, C, New York. 
Rice, L., Adams' Centre. 
Ripley, N., Masonville. 
Robertson, H., Avoca. [ley,Pa, 
Robertson, L.S., Harrison Val- 
Robins, H.E., D.D., Rochester. 
Robinson, E. G., D. D., Roch- 
ester. 
Robinson, O. H., Rochester. 
Rockwell, A. F., N. Hartford. 
Rogers, T. S., Hoosick. 
Rogers, B. W., Holley. 
Rogers, Thomas, Eibridge. 
Rooney, J. C, Bluff Point. 
Root, P. D.. Mecklenburg. 
Royce, Edward, Hamilton. 
Runyon, W. H., Unionville. 
Rus.sell, E. A., Hermitage. 
Rytter, Peter, Attica. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Ramsey, G., Marshal. 
Ray, D. J., Whiteville. 
Redman, A., New Hope. 
Register, J. M.,Elizabethtown. 
Reid, W. W., Cashier's Valley. 
Rhodes, J. J. 

Khodes, M C, Gum Neck. 
Rickman, M., Franklin, 
Rickman, P. R. Franklin. 
Ried, J., Little River. 
Roach, A., Columbus. 
Roberts, D. J., Edenton. 
Robertson, W., Ledger. 
Hobin.«»on, Charles. 
Rochelle, J. /., Jackson. 
Rollins, B. E., First Broad. 
Rollins, G. W., Mooresboro. 
Rollins, P., Marshal. 
Kollins. T. J., Marshal. 
Royall, Wm.. D.D., Forestville. 
RUSS611, W. W. 



OHIO. 

Randall, D. A., Columbus. 
Randall, J., West Liberty. 
Randall, S. B.. Cincinnati. 
Redman, J., Chiliicothe. 
Reed, N. A., Hamilton. 
Remington, F., E. Cleveland. 
Richmond, C. K., Geneva. 
Rinehart, L. L., Evans burg. 
Riley, J. D., Marietta. 
Roberts, M., Ashtabula. 
Rogers, T. L., Cleveland. 
Robinson, P. M., Arabia. 
Robinson, T. J., Camden. 
Root, L. L., Coshocton. 
Ross, D., New Salem. 
Rowland, A. J., Cincinnati. 
Runkle, D., St. Paris. 
Hush, Z. C, Newport 
OREGON. 
Roxford, J., Illinois Valley. 
Richardson, 8. C, Liberty. 
Rilev, C. C. 
Riley, S. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Randolph,Warren, D.D.,Phila. 
Reineman, F. G., Pittsburg. 
Remington, G. W., Cedar Run. 
Reybold,H. R, Philadelphia 
Reynolds, J. B., Ogdensburg. 
Reynolds, N. L., Blossburg. 
Rhoads, 8. O., Berwick. 
Richards, J. M., D. D^, Falls of 

Schuylkill. 
Robertson, G., Harrisburg. 
Rockwell, M., Dagj^ett's Mills. 
Roderick W., Lewisburg. 
Rodgers, C. H., Philadelphia. 
Rogers,D. W., Gladesville, W.V. 
Rogers, E. C, Edinboro'. 
Roj-sell, Job, Rock Lick, W.Va. 
Rush, J. F., Snydertown. 
Runyan, A. B., Lock Haven. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Richards,Samuel, Providence. 
Richardson, J. G., Providence. 
Richmond. N., Providence. 
Robbins, G., E. Greenwich. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Hadford, C. J., Darlington. 
Keynolds,J.L.,D.D., Columbia. 
Rife, A., Storeville. 
Rice, P., Graham's T. O. 
Rice, W. D., Society Hill. 
Richards, Wm., Atlanta, Ga. 
Richardson, S. M., Sumpter. 
Richter, S., Walterboro. 
Robertson, J., Brewerton. 
Rfbertson, T., Monroe. 
Rogers, J. E., Camden. 
Rollings, G., Tiromonsville. 
Rollings, J.L., Murray's Ferry. 
Roper, C, Twelve Mile. 
Roper, T. L., North Saluda. 
Ross, John, Columbia. 
Rue, E. G., Georgetown. 
Runion, J. M., Lima. 
Russell, J. C, Unionville. 

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Ray, D. B. 

Reufroe, R. H., Arkabutla. 

RicharduoD, John, Gockrum. 

Rich, S., CoviQgton. 

Riggs, H. 

Roddy, J. P. 

Rogers, J. E., Ripley. 

Rogers, J. M., Olive Branch. 

Rodgers, L. 

Rowsey, J. W., Saltillo. 

RusHell, J. S. 

Rush, h. C, Nashville. 

TEXAS. 
Ramsey, D., White Oaks. 
Ray. W. H., Tyler. 
Keed, Isaac, Uico. 
Reed, J., Sherman. 
Renfro, H. C, Alvarado. 
Riddle, J. J., Waco. 
Roberts. 8. D., Shiioh. 
Robinson, Joseph, Acton. 
Roden, W. M., Centreville. 
Rogers, G. W., Henderson. 
Rove, Horatio, Milam. 
Roundtree, J. J., Melrose. 
Routh, J., Piano. 



Rowland, J, H.. Tyler. 

Kucker,6.6.,Lampasas Spr'gs. 
Russell, H. H., Gonzales. 
Russell, M., Belmont. 

VERMONT. 
Richardson, C. H., Felchville. 
RoBsier, J. D., Montgomery. 
Rugg, W. H., Shaftauury. 

VIRGINIA. 
Ragland, H. D., Bula. 
Randol ph, J.T.,Charlotte8ville. 
Raymonp, Chas. A., Hampton. 
Read.M. W.. Danville. 
Reamey, R. N., Stony Hill. 
Reeves, P.M.jRepublicanGr've. 
Repiton, A. P., D. D., Norfolk. 
Reynolds, P. B., Richmond. 
Reynolds, T. E , Retreat. 
Richardson, J. C, Roseland. 
Richeson, P. L., Lynchburg. 
Rittenhouse,D.C., Covesville. 
Roach, E. W.,Harvey's Store. 
Roberts,T.W., RockfishDepot. 
Rodes, J., Thornton. 
Ross, 8., Covewell. 



Routh, A., Lebanon. 
Ruckor, D., Riceville. 
Rutledge, E. 
Ryalls, E., Petersburg. 
Ryland, Chas. H., Alexandria. 
Ryland, J. W., Goshen Bridge. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Rector, E., Briscoe Run. 
Reece, J. C, Guyandotte. 
Reynolds, J. T., Pruntytown. 
Rippetoe, A.N.,Gauley Bridge. 
Rippttoe, C. J., Shrewsburg. 
Rogers, D. W.. Gladesville. 
Rossell, Job, Rock Lick. 

WISCONSIN. 
Raymond, L. F., Beloit. 
Remington, C. H., Sparta. 
Remington, W., Sparta. 
Richards, A. D , Evanaville. 
Robinson, M., Lyndon. 
Roe, C. H., D. D., Waukesha. 
Roe, C. T., Brodhead. 
Rdss, L., Hurlbut's Cornera. 
Rowley, J., Racine. 
Rowley, M., Spring Gf een. 



ALABAMA. 
SHarborough.A.R, Livingston. 
Scott, J. A., White Plains. 
Shack leford, J., Tuscumbia. 
Shaffer, J. P., County Line. 
Shirley, B. V., Pilgrim's Rest- 
Skipper, B., Central Institute. 
Smith, B. T., Central Institute. 
Smith, J., Belleville. 
Smith, J. R., .A.voca. 
Smith, J. W., Jefferson. 
Smith, M. P., Union. 
Srtiith, 8. A., Jasper. 
Smyth, E. T., Oxford. 
Spalding, A. M., Gadsden. 
Spalding, H. T., Gadsden. 
Spear, S. W., Buyckville. 
Spillar, A. A., Pickensville. 
Stanton, C. A., Au^^urn. 
Stanton, S. M., Dayton. 
Stanton, W.H.,Hatchachubbee. 
Steely, J. N., Rockford. 
Stephens, B. M., Arkadelphia. 
Stephenson, F. D., Danville. 
Stewart, R., Wetumpka. 
Stone, L. M., Jr., Pickensville. 
8tur>?i3, C. F., Camden. 
Sumner, M. T., Marion. 

ARKANSAS. 
Searcy, J. B., Bradley. 
Scott, Zachariah, By nam. 
Shaw, S., Pine Bluff. 
Siby, Robert. 
Sims, H., Hamburg. 
Slaughter, 0. D. 
Slover, J. A., Richmond. 
Stroude, S. R., Arkadelphia. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Sawtelle, H. A., San Francisco. 
Saxton, J. B., Healdsburg. 
Simons, E. D., San Jose. 
Skavrgs, Wm., Healdsburg. 
S perry, C, Russian River. 



CONNECTICUT. 

Saxton, Otis, Hartford, 
ahailer, D. T., Haddam. 
Shailer, N. E., Deep River. 
Simons, A. H., Fair Haven. 
Smith, A. M., Hartford. 
Smith, M. G., Preston. 
Smith, W. A., Pequonoc Bridge. 
Snell, A., Ashford. 
Sperry, B. N , Thompson. 
Stone, G. M., Danbury. 
Swan, C. Y., South Norwalk. 
Swan, Jabez S., Waterford. 

DELA^A^ARE. 
Salisbury, E. P., Plymouth. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Samson,G.W.,D.D.,Wa8hi'gt'n. 
Scott, 8., " 

Shute, 8. M., « 

FLORIDA. 
Scarborough, M., Welborn. 
Shackelford, R.H., Monticello. 
Sheffield, 8., Providence. 
Smith, C, Madison. 
Stanaland,S.T., Silver Springs. 
Stanford, D., Tampa. 
Strickland, M. N., Waldo. 
Stubbs, R. F., Quincy. 

GEORGIA. 
Sanders, W. H., Reseca. 
Sayers, J. G.. Millard. 
Scarborough, W. H., Dublin. 
Searcy, J. S., Howard. 
Seig, F. F., Americus. 
Sewell, Marion, Newnan. 
Shack leford, J. H. B , Albany. 
Shaderick, D., Buchanan. 
Sharpe, 8 T., Colquitt. 
Sharpe, W. L., Milledgeville. 
Shattock. A., Green Bubh. 
Shaver, D., Atlanta. 
Shephard, P. H., Sandersvilie. 



Shepperd, B. B., Irwinton. 
Shorter, Jerry, Eufaula, Ala. 
Slkes, J. 

Sisk, E. L. Clarksville. 
Skellie, W. A., Fort Valley. 
Slade, T. B., Columbus. 
Smith, A. R. 
Smith, B. D , Tennille. 
Smith, Davis, Forsyth. 
Smith, F. M., Dallas. 
Smith, J. B., Homer. 
Smith, J. M., Tennille. 
Smith, J. W., Subligna. 
Smith, L. W., Milledgeville. 
Smith, R., Cool Spring. 
Solomon, 8., Jefferson ville. 
Sparks, G. W., War then s'Store. 
Spence, G., Social Circle. 
Springer, I. M.. Madison. 
Spurlin, J. M., Whitewater. 
Stallings, JcvSse, Beuna Vista. 
Stanford. J. C. Q., Americus. 
Stanberry, J. M., Tunnel Hill. 
Stansbury, J., Trion Factory. 
Stapleton, G., Reedy Creek. 
Stark, W. F., Jefferson. 
Steed, E. A., Thomson. 
Steed, L. G , Raysville. 
Steely, W. R., Jeffersonville. 
Stephens, L. W., Elberton. 
Stephenson, A. C, Boston. 
Stewart, J. M., Oak Hill. 
Stillwell, C. H., Rome. 
Stilhvell, J. M., Monroe. 
Stockton, J. H., ThomaoD. 
Stout, T. H., Lumpkin. 
Stnckland,W.H., Stone Moun- 
Stroud,W.H., Savannah, [tain. 
Sutton, E., Batesville. 
Sutton, Wm., Danburg. 
Swenson, J. F., Cedar Town. 
8weat, F. R., Savannah. 
Swaat, 8. B., Savannah. 

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Sample, F., Jacksonville. 
Sample, J. M., Arcadia. 
Sanders, D. R., Makanda. 
Sandford, A., Green bush. 
Sawyer, J., Hudson. 
Sawyer, H., Pekin. 
Schyles, W., Industry. 
Scott, A., Havana. 
Scott, A. H., Mason City 
Seals, C. B., Rossville. 
Seward, A. L., Urbana. 
Segur, J, G., Basco. 
Seiber, Thomas, Salem. 
Sheppard, J., Cambridge. 
Sheppard, N., Chicago. 
Shipman, D., Red Bud. 
Shute, H., Waukegan Lake. 
Silver, George, Bunker Hill. 
Simmons, J. C, Basco. 
Simons, D,, Ellis' Grove. 
Simonson, G. A., Pontiac. 
Simpson, G. W., Versailles. 
Slinker, W. G., Chandlerville. 
Sitton, A. J., Walshville. 
Skiles, W. C, Industry. 
Smith, A., Metropolis. 
Smith, A. G., Litchfield. 
Smith, C. G., Ottawa. 
Smith. J. A., D. D., Chicago. 
Smith, J. B., N. Harmony. 
Smith, M. A., Snicarte. 
Smith, Wm., Jacksonville. 
Smith, W. W., Chicago. 
Sneede, J., Macedonia 
Sneede, W. P., Macedonia. 
Solomon, J., Carlinville. 
Span, J. H , Waverly. 
Spear, F., Rochelle. 
Spear, G., Talluia. 
Spencer, J. 

Spurgeon, U., Petersburg. 
Steadman, W. H., fthelbyville. 
Stephens, G. W., Chapin. 
Stevens, G. B., Cedar Bluflf. 
Stewart, Geo. W., Barry. 
Stewart, W., Quincy. 
Stewart, W. W., Jacksonville. 
Stickney, J. M., Toulon. 
Stiffler, J. M., Nokoinis. 
Stiffler, W. H., Pana. 
Stokes. Thomas, Carmi. 
Stone, Luther, Chicago. 
Stoors, W., Oswego. 
Sturgeon, W., La Clair. 
Sutton. A. W., Macomb. 
Swift, Carlos, Mt. Carroll. 
Swift, J. W., Belleville. 

INDIANA. 
Sanders, W., Orleans. 
ShaflF, J. B., Shelbyville. 
Sherrill, J. W., Mt. Meridian. 
Simpson, D.. Center. 
Singleton, W., Indianapolis. 
Skaggs, G. E., Newton ville. 
Skinner, J. C, West Chester. 
Slater, F., Glendale. 
Slavens, 8., Terra Haute. 
Small, R. M.,- Rockport. 
Smith, A. B., Ecroka. 
Smith, G. 

Smith, H., Indianapolis. 
Smith, H., Smithland. 
Smith, J. H., Franklin. 
Smock, J., TerraJUaute. 

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Snyder, R. N., Lily Dale. 
Southerland,H.M., NewAlbany 
Sparks, S. K.. Terra Haute. 
Spear, A., Orleans. 
Spear, E. R., Orland. 
«^pear, W. E., Sardinia. 
Stalker, J. M., Bedford. 
Stansil, W., Sullivan. 
Stark, D. M., Pimento. 
Stevens, G. L., Fort Wayne. 
Stevenson, J., Cross Plains. 
Stevenson, R., Canaan. 
Stewart, T. H., Kendallville. 
Stimson, E., Evansville, 
Stimson, 8. M., Terra Haute. 
Stites, D. O., Milhousen. 
Stone, J. R., D.D., Fort Wayne. 
Stone, O. B., Lafayette. 
Storms, J. W., Tipton. 
Stott, J., North Vernon. 
Stott, W. T., Franklin. 
Stout, J., Greensburg. 

Sturgeon, , Cuba. 

Swan, T. J., Rockporti 
Swincher, J., Vernon. 

INDIAN TERRITORY. 
Swimmer, George. 

IOWA. 
Salladay, A., Beetrace. 
Sangster, A. C, Downey. 
Sampson, H., Palo. 
Scarff, E. H., Pell a. 
Scott, George, Denison. 
Shacklee, D. W., Hawkeye. 
Shelton, G. W., Keokuk. 
Sherman, S., Fredricksburg. 
Sherman, T. H., Rook Grove. 
Sherley, P. P., Vinton, [ery. 
Shoemake, W. B., Montgom- 
Sill, S., Straw, Point. 
Simons, A. E., Perry. 
Simons, W. M., Jeflerson. 
Slinker, W. G., Indianola. 
Smith, D. P., Iowa City. 
Sparks, W. J., Boonsboro'. 
Spragg, C, Rock Grove. 
Stanley, A. 

Starr, D. S., Cedar Falls. 
Still, Thos. R., Indianola. 
Stilson,B.W., Oakland. 
Stott, A., Washington. 
Stumbaug, C, Argo. 
Sunderland, J., Vmton. 
Sutton, A. W., Ainsworth. 
Sutton, M., Fairfield. 
Swallow, L. B., Corydon. 

KANSAS. 
Sands, G. W., Centrevilla. 
Sawyer, I., D. D., Atchison. 
Saxby, Jas. S., Eldorado. 
Scott, D. G., Leavenworth. 
Scott, Winfield, Leavenworth 
Simmons, G. W , Blooming 
Smalley, F., Xenia. [Grove. 
Sroalley, J. K., Xenia. 
Smalley, W. A. M., Xenia. 
Smith, John, Miami Village. 
Smith, J. L., Miami Village. 
Stimson, H. K., Ottawa. 

KENTUCKY. 
Sale, R. B , Beechland. 



Salid, L. H,, Monterey. 
Sallie, J. M., Hustonville. 
Samuel, D. B., Hare's Depot. 
Samuel, H., Frankfort. 
Seeley, F. W., Frankfort. 
Self, J. W. 

Sernand8,Wm., Fountain Run. 
Shaekleford,J.A., BeaverDam. 
Shaddin, R. J., Barboursville. 
Sharp, F. P. M., S. Carrol ton. 
Shaw, S. M., Franklin. 
Shirley, A., Goshen. 
Sills, J. C, Princeton. 
Smith, A., Owenton. 
Smith, A. B., Alliston. 
Smith, A. R., Bush's Store. 
Smith, Green Clay, Richmond. 
Smith, I. W., Pleasant Hill. 
Smith, J. B., Bennettsville. 
Smith, Jno. L., Danville. 
Smith, Wm. B., Louisville, 
South, J. F., Bowling Green. 
Southerland, J. O., Somerset. 
Spalding, A.T.,D.D.,LouiRville. 
Sparks,G. W.,Stampin^ Ground 
Spencer, J. H., Laconia. 
Spillman, H. E., Dayton. 
Spillman, James, Alexandria. 
Spillman, R. H. 
Spineer, J. H., Laconia. 
Spurlin, J. U., Hopkinsvill«. 
Stackhouse,T.C.,Ho8kinsville. 
Stephens, Wm., Livermore. 
Stevenson, T. J., Versailles. 
Storts,Thos.H.,Bowling Green. 
Stratton, E. B. 
Stroud, W. G., Ramsey. 

LOUISIANA. 
Sampson, Alex. 
Sanders, N. D., New Orleans. 
Sandidge, G. L. 
Satchel I, Chas., New Orleans. 
Scarborough, M. 
Scott, Anthony. 
Scott, R. W., Kingston. 
Simpson, J. L., Coelk. 
Smith, Stephen. 
Smith, William, 
Spencer, Samuel G. 
Sieptoe, George, New Orleans. 
Steptoe, R. H., New Orleans. 
Stribling, M. D., Mansfield. 
Sweat, B. S., Sparta. 
Swinney, C. P., Haynesville. 

MAINE. 
Sanborn, J. L., Lincolnville. 
Sargent, S. G., Augusta. 
Sargent^ W,T., Richmond. 
SjH'age, J. W., Trenton. 
Sawtelle, H. M., Waterboro'. 
Sawyer, J. C, North Searsport. 
Shailer, W. H., D.D., Portland. 
Shaw, B. F., Warren. 
Slason, W. N., Patten. 
Small, A. K. P., Portland. 
Snnall, B. D.. Carmel. 
Smith, W., Gardiner. 
Spaulding, R. C, floulton. 
Stetson, H., Waldoboro'. 
Stewara, D., Corinna. 
Swett, T. J., Monmouth. 

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MASSACHUSETTS. 

Safford, De Forest, Grafton. 
Sandys, Edwin, Pittsfield. 
Sanford, Miles, North Adams. 
Sears, E. G., Springfield. 
. Seaver, J. H., Salem. 
Seymour, B. G., Boston. 
Shedd, W. H., Waltham. 
Shepardson, John, Petersham. 
Shepardson,L.P.,Three Rivers. 
Skinner, C. A., Mlllbury. 
Smith, Charles M., Somerville. 
Smith, D. A. W. 
Smith, Isaac, Foxboro'. [tre. 
Smith, 8.P., D.D., Newton Cen- 
Speneer, W. H., Foxboro'. 
Stanton. W. E., Lowell. 
St«arns, O. S., Newton Centre. 
Stoddard, D. H., Athol. 
Stone, Gil man, Sutton. 
Swan, C. G., Northampton. 

MICHIGAN. 
Sayler, S. H., Zuba. 
Sanders, W. L., Milford. 
Seage, John, Detroit. 
Shaftoe, T., Bedford. 
Shanafelt, T. J., White Pigeon. 
Shaw, J., Genessee. 
Shepard, B. H., Almont. 
Slater, L. W., Charlotte. 
Spinnning, O.F.A., GraasLake. 
Spooner, J. G., Alaska. 
Stanley, M. C, Concord. 
Stanwood, H., Kalamazoo. 
Steele, E., Imlay. 
Stilwell, N., Rockford. 
Stowitts, H., Holly. 
Strait, J. H., Vermontville. 
Swain, A. M., Fairfield. 
Sylvester, A., Wakeshma. 

MINNESOTA. 
Sanders, E. C, Garden City. 
Sawyer, C, Elgin. 
Scriven, B. F., St. Anthony. 
Sedgwick, E. T., Zumbrota. 
Shep&rd, W. C, Wasioja. [ley. 
Shepardson,J.tf., PleasantVal- 
Smith, D. M., Money Creek. 
Smith, E. a., Wilton. 
Stone, G. M., Winona. 
Stillman, E., Winnebago City. 
Sullard, J. W., Kingston. 
Sand, P. E., Cambridge. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

Sanders, R., Edward's Depot. 

Savage, , Rienzi. 

Sawyer, J. J., Harrison Station. 
Seal, A. J., Red Land. 
Sellars, T. G., Stark ville. 
Skidmore, J., Calhoun. 
Skinner, J., Burnsville. 
Smith, D. I., Pontotoc. 
Smith, H. S., Senatobia. 
Smith, J., Walesville. 
Smith, J. R., Erratta. 
Smyth, D. J., Cherry Creek. 
Sorsby, Jos., Terry. 
Sparkman, T. J., Torrance. 
Spencer, H. G., Ruckersville. 
Spencer, H. G., Salem. 
Spillman, J. B., Canton. 



flpraggins, W. P., Artesia. 
Springfield, T. W. 
Stein, J. W., Colliersville. 
Stites, S., Vickfaburg. 

Sumrall, , Enterprise. 

Sykes, H., Aberdeen. 

MISSOURI. 
Saffer, J. E., Bethany. 
Sage, J. W., West Point. 
Sanders, E. 

Sawyer, E. H., Lagrange. 
Scales, R., Ironton. 
Schoneld, J., Buffalo. 
Schofield, J. v., St. Louis. 
Scott, E. J., Brookfield. 
Scott, R. P., Colonia. 
Sarcey, R., Hainesville. 
Searcey, G. W. 
Sears, L., Huntsville. 
Seeny, J., St. Louis. 
Setters, Peter, Milan. 
Settles, M., Fredericktown. 
Seymour, G., Waynesville. 
Shacklefords, Pleasant Hill. 
Shanks, J., Pay Down. 
Shearer, J. G., Sikeston. 
Shelton, M., Ash Grove. 
Sheppard, S., Morristown. 
Sherwood, A., St. Louis, 
Shoemake, W. B., Lancaster. 
Shumate, J. Emerson. 
Sibley, W. H., Osceola. 
Simms, Edward, Versailles. 
Simpson, T., Alton. 
Smart, Wm., Carrolton. 
Smith, B. J., Hartsville. 
Smith, G. B., Middletown. 
Smith, G. W., Camden. 
Smith, H. M. Potosi. 
Smith, J., Bancroft. 
Smith, J. F., Frankfort. 
Smith, L. H., Boyd. 
Smith, M. B., Waldo. 
Smith, M. S., Newark. 
Smock, M., Graham. 
Spann, J. H. 
Spain, J., Fairgrove. 
Sparks, G. W., Harrisonville. 
Sparrow, G. C, Atlanta. 
Spow, James. 
Spow, J. H.. Hickory Hill. 
Springer, J. L., Rolla. 
Spurgeon, E., Bedford. 
Spurgeon, Isaiah, Sigel. 
Spurgeon, J., Rowletta. 
Stand lee, David. 
Stand lee, Isaac. 
Starbuck, E., Grentop. 
Starkey, Kiddville. 
StJirk, J. B., Beech. 
Stark, F. M., Huntsville. 
Stums, S., Urbana. [field. 

Steenbergen,P.H.,NewBloom- 
Stephens, B., H-uston. 
Stephens, B. C, Hannibal. 
Stephens, L. L., West Prairie. 
: Stephens, W., Hause Springs. 
Stevens, Oiles B. 

Stewart, , Rush ville. 

I Stiles, D., Grant City. 
Stogdale, A., Webster. 
Stogsdell, G. B., Houston. 
Stout, G. W. 
Strong,S.L.,Princeton. 



Studavant, G., Merrimac Iron 
Summer8,J.A.,Big C'k. [W'ks. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Safford, H. G., Concord. 
Sanderson, A., Nashua. 
Sawyer,A.W., D.D., N. London. 
Searll, J. W., South Hampton. 
Seymour, R. S., Great Falls. 
Sherwin, A.. Manchester. 
Smith, E. H., Lyme. 
Smith, G. S., Pottersville. 
Snyder, A., New Ipswich. 
Stevens, L. C, Mason Village. 
Storer, J., Meredith Village. 
Streeter, H. B., Hinsdale. 
Strong, J. E., Manchester. 
Sweet, C. D., Brentwood. 

NEW JERSEY. 
Sagur, J., Hightstown. 
Sexton, C Camden. 
Siegfried, S., Jr., Newark. 
Siegfried, W. D., Newark. 
Silver, D., Hamburg. 
Slater, F. A., Matowan. 
Sheppard, E., Trenton. 
Smith, H. F., New Brunswick. 
Smith, W. A., Newark. 
Snyder, G. W., Columbus. 
Sproul, Samuel, Baptistt-own. 
Stout, D. B., New Monmouth. 
Stubbert, W. F., Bloomfield. 
Swain, K T., Seaville. 
Swinden, Wm., Beverly. 

NEW YORK. 
Sage, J. H., Green. 
Sage, V. A., Greece. 
Sabin, Rufus, Allen. 
Sanderson, C, Sherman. 
Sanderson* P. P., Painted Post. 
Sarles, J. W., D. D., Brooklyn. 
Savage, E., McGrawville. 
Sawyer, Conant, Bedford. 
Snwyer, E., Adams Centre. 
Sawyer, E. K., Albion. 
Sawyer, W., Wi son. 
Scarf, J. M., Bethany. 
Scott, Ferris, Hamlin. 
Scott, Traey, Raymond, Pa. 
Schaffor, H. M., New York. 
Schulte, G. A., Buffalo. 
Sears, G. N., North Manlius. 
Seelev, J. C, Cooper's Plains. 
Seeley, J. T., Clifton. 
Sellick, L., Schodack. 
Sharp. W., Burdette. 
Shearer, F. F., And over. 
Sheridan, J., Brooklyn. 
Sherwood, A., Union Corners. 
Sherwood, D.W.,P. Richmond, 
Sheldon,aP..D.D.,Troy. [L. L 
Sheldon, P. K.. Hermon. 
Shook, Cyrus, Napanoch. 
Shrimpton, C J., Ithaca. 
Shrope, W. B , New York. 
Simons, E. D., Sandlake. 
Simmons, J. B., New York. 
Simmons, J. P., Sterling. 
Sizer, H. A., Navarina. 
Skinner, D. W., Canastata. 
Slater, G.W.,Acra. 
Smally, J. C, Boyd's Corners. 
Smith, C, North River. 



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Smith, Caleb, Minerva. 
Smith, C. A., McLean. 
Smith, E., Throop. 
Smith, H. A., Hamilton. 
Smith, Jacob, Callicoon. 
Smith, John, Otsego. 
Smith, J., Preston Hollow. 
Smith, J. B., Geneva. 
Smith, J. D., Williamson. 
Smith,J., Hyatt, Brooklyn,E.D. 
Smith, J. L., Carlton Centre. 
Smith, J. N., Clifton Park. 
Smith, L., Preston Hollow. 
Smith, L. E., D. D., New York. 
Smith,L.8. ComstockLanding, 
Smith, Nieho'as, Salamanca. 
Smith, P. E., Tyre. 
Smith, P. T., Darien. 
Smith, R. T., Alexander. 
Smith, Samuel. 
Smith, Sylvan us, Unadilla. 
Smith, S. G., Lockport. 
Smith, T. P., Cocheton. 
Smith, W. B., Hunter's Point. 
Smitzer, J., Oneida. 
Somers, C G., New York. 
Spafford, L. E., OxfoM^. 
Spafford, R. H., East Greene. 
Spalding, Silas, Oneida. 
Sparks, E. B., Panama. 
Spaulding, William, Caroline. 
Spellman, William, New York- 
Spear, P. B., Hamilton. 
Spencer, D.. Brooklyn. 
Sperry, B. N., Sag Harbor, L. I. 
Sperry, C, Mar Harbor. 
Spisey, C, Brooklyn. 
Spicer, W., Wellsville. 
Spoor, J. W., Arcadia. 
Spoor, J. W., Wellsville. 
Sprague, S., Shenandoah. 
Ptanton, R. B., Altay. 
Starks, J. F., Conklin. [burg. 
Starkweather, G. 0.,Trumans- 
St«rk weather, J. W., Braman's 

Corners. 
Steelman, H., Elizabethtown. 
Stearns, A. H., Middlesex. 
Stearns, J. G., Clmton. 
Steward, L., Port Chester. 
Stevens, H. 8., Brooklyn, E. D. 
Stilson, L , Nunda. 
Stilson, W., Warrensburjr. 
Stock bridge, J., D. D., N. York. 
Stoddard, I. C, Busti. 
Storrs, J., Otselic. 
Storrs, W., Richbnrg. 
Stowell, L. S., Portage. 
Sunderlin, A. W., N. Urbana. 
Swan, C. Y., Gloversvill©. 
Swan, L. E., Erieville. 
Sweet, E., Stephentown. 
Swick, B. R., Manchester. 
Sym, W., Binghampton. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Sams, L. W., Stocksville. 
Sanderlin, D., Camden C. H. 
Sanderlin, G. W., Goldsboro. 
Savage, R. R., Murfreesboro. 
Sessoms. R. M. 
Sheets, D., Burning Town. 
Shell, J. T., Hickory Station. 
Sherrill, G. D., Lenoir. 
Sherrill, I. R., Lenoir. 



Sherrill, I T. S., Quallatown. 
Silver, J., Ledger. 
Silver, T., Burnsville. 
Smith, Isaac, Lenoir. 
Smith, James. 

Smith, M. E., Oil Camp, 8. C. 
Smith, S. P., Wilkesboro. 
Snider, J., Hanneville. 
Snider, N., Poplar Hill. 
Snider, P. N., Monroe. 
Solomon, J. B., Warrenton. 
Sowle, Joshua, Whiteville. 
Sparks, John, Bakersville. 
Speight, H., Gatesville. 
Speight, J. A., Gatesville. 
Spicer, B. B. 
Spinkle, O., Spirey. 
Sprinkle, W. 

Stall ings, N. J., Kenansville. 
Stanard, B.. Raleigh. 
Steel, R. L.,Taylorsville, Tenn, 
Steele, R. M. 
Stewart, J. C, Flat Rock. 
Stewart, J. L., Clinton. 
Stoker, A. P., Salem Church. 
Stokelev, J. D., South Mills. 
Stone, Isham, Lumberton. 
Stradley, J. A., Oxford. 
Stradley, T., At«heville. 
Swain, S. D., Jonesville. 

OHIO. 

Sage, O. N,. Cincinnati. 
Saokett, J. B., N. Madison. 
Sales, B., Richmondale. 
Sapp, G., Belfast. 
Sawyer, W. W., Milford. 
Scott, G. W., Redford. 
Scott, D., St. Paris. 
Seckman, D.. New Matamoras. 
Sedwick, G. C, Torch. 
Sedwick, R. H.,Zaneflville. 
Sedwick, W., Adamsville. 
Seeley, J. V. K., Medina. 
Senter, B. B., West Lafayette. 
Shank, M., Wadsworth. 
Sharp. W. J., Alliance. 
Sheppard, T. J., Granville. 
Sheppardson, D,, Granville. 
Shewcraft, J., Yellow Springs. 
Shelton, W., Cincinnati. 
Shutter, P. K., Apple Creek. 
Siegfried, B. Y., ^ew Vienna. 
Simpson, H. L., Cincinnati. 
Simpson, J., La'ayette. 
Simms, D. B., Utica. 
Smith, A., New Richmond. 
Smith, C. E., Cincinnati. 
Smith, E. B., Adamsville. 
Smith, J., Cherry Fork. 
Smith, W. A., Canton. 
Smith, S. H., Jamestown. 
Snyder, A., Mechanicsburg. 
Spencer, D. D., Spencerville. 
Spencer, H. H. B., Georgeto'n. 
Spencer, J. C, Adamsville. 
Spoldon, W. D., Withamsville. 
Squibb. M., Ken n on. 
Stanley, F., Lowell. 
Starks, J. L., Gallipolis. 
Stephens, J. P., N. Matamoras. 
Steptoe, J. B., Gallipolis. 
Stevens, A., Dowington. 
Stevens, J., Granville. 
Stilwell, E., Beverly. 



Stone, J. R , Springfield. 
Stone, M., D. D., Marietta. 
Strong. A. H.. Cleveland. 
Suiter, G., Coal Grove. 
Suiter, J. F., Quaker Bottom. 
Sutton, J. B., Bryan. 
SuttOD, S. B., Seville. 
Sutton, R. R., Cutler. 
Sykes, J. N., Painesville. 
Stenger.W. H., North Amherst 

OREGON. 
South, J. D., Providence. 
Stearns, S. C, Oregon City. 
Stevens, Thomas, Roseburg. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Sagebeer. J. L., Paoli. 
Sallada, John, MHrionville. 
Sanders, W. H., Somerset. 
Sammons, L., New Freeport. 
Scott. Wm., Claysville. 
Scott, W., Conshohocken. 
Seigfried, S., Newtown Square. 
Sem bower, A. H., Pottsville. 
Shadrach, A., Saltsburg. 
Shadrach, Wm., D.D., Altoona. 
Shanafelt, A. F., Chester. 
Sheardown, T. S. . Troy. 
Shearer, Benj., Town Hill. 
Shermer.J.C., Humphreysv'le. 
Shreve, C, Bloomfield. 
Skinner, S. C.,Pile Falls. 
Slaysman, G M., York. 
Smith, Jacob, Jackson, [phia. 
Smith, J. W., D. D , Philadel- 
Smith, S , Erie. 
Smith, Wm., Philadelphia. 
Snodgrasf», J.S., MansfieldVal- 
Snyder, J. W., Spring. [ley. 
Spencer, David, Leverington. 
Spratt, Geo. M , D.D.,Phila. 
Steadman, Wm., Philadelphia. 
Stearns, A. O., Smiley. 
Steemer, G. H., Philndelphia. 
Steinman, C. L., •* 
Stidham, J.F.,SchnylkillFans. 
Still, Amos A., Danville. 
Stone, C. A., East Charleston. 
Stone, Levi, South <. reek. 
Strayer, D. J R., Uwchlsn. 
Siurdevant, E., Braintiim. 
Sturdevant, I. J. Hillsgrove. 
Sturges, P. G., Smithfield, 
Swaim, T., D. D., Philadelphia. 
Swigart, Daniel, Reidsburg. 
Skinner, W. B., Brownsville. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Seagraves, E., Pawtucket 
Sheppard, T. W., Phenix. 
Smith, F., Providence. 
Smith. J. T., Warwick Neck. 
Snow, C. A., Providence. 
Spalding, A. F., Warren. 
Stewart, H. G , Providence. 
Spalding, C. H., Pawtucket, 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Sams, M. W., Blackville. 
Sanders, F. J., Barnwell. 
Saunders, S., Chester. 
Sawyer, S.B.,Williston. 
Scott. A., Beaufort. 
Segler, J. A., Kitchen's Mill. 
Sexton, W., China Grove. 



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Seymour, R. W., Jr., Phoenix. 
Sharp, M. J., Columbia. 
Shaw, W. H., Edgefield. 
Shuck, L. H., Barnwell. 
Shuman, H., Gillisonville. 
Simmons, D.,Townvi]le. 
Singleton,W. B., FowJer'sCr'k. 
Small, Charles, Charleston. 
Smith, T. W., Union. 
Snider, W. J., St. Matthews. 
Spigener, D. E., St. Matthews. 
Spruell, S., Columbia. 
Stepp, A. C, Line Creek. 
Stiles, C. A., Sumter. 
8tough,A. D.,Webb'HStore, N.C. 
Stougli, A. L., Pineville, N. C. 
Suares, M. R., BHrnwell. 
Sullivan, J. H., Walhalia. 
Sullivan, N., " 

Sweat, J. T., Robertville. 
TENNESSEE. 
Sanford,S,L., Mulberry Village. 
Savage, L., Toon's Station. 
Seals, George, Clarksviile. 
Sears, A. D., ** 

Selph, D. H., Murfeesboro. 
Senter, M. E., Humboldt. 
Sellers, Thos,, Lost Creek. 
Shannon, W. C., Springfield. 
Shelton, W., D. D., Jackson. 

Skaggs, , Sterling. 

Skinner, J. B., D.D., Nashville. 
Smith, H. J., Senatobia. 
Smith, Wm. L., Speedwell. 
Sparks, J. M., Fincastle. 
Spencer, H. G., Salem, 
sumps, D. B., TuUahoma. 
Stamps, F. S. 

Steed, L. M., Decaturville. 
Stein, J. W., Germantown. 
Strode, E. 
Suite, W. N. 
Sulcer, A. 

TEXAS. 

Sanderfer, , Patten's Mill. 

Scates, J. H., Buena Vista. 
Scruggs, T. L., Marshall. 

Scruggs, , Marshall. 

Scale, J., Carrolton. 
See, M., Weather ford. 
Senter, W. B., Alvarado. 
Sewell, W. M., Millwood. 
Sharp, E. G., Quitman. 
Shaw, Elias, Newport. 

Shaw, , Columbus. 

Shelton, Thomas, Piano. 

ALABAMA. 
Taylor, J. W., Carrollton. 
Teague, E. B.,8elma. 
Thomas, N., Point Jackson. 
Thomas, R. M., Grove Hill. 
Thomp9on,J.A.M.,BladonSp'a. 
Thompson, J. N.,Cedar Plains. 
Thompson, J. P., Tuskaloosa. 
Thornton, C. L., Brooklyn. 
Townsend, H.C.,Montg6mery. 
Trotter, J. R., Gadsden. 
Tucker, W. ff.. Shiloh. 
Terrell, P. F., Carrollton. 

ARKANSAS. 
Talbot, G. B., Hampton. 



Shipmaa, Daniel, Hico. 
Short, J., Sherman. 
Shumate, C. C, Jamestown. 
Shumate, W. P., Towash. 
Simmons, A., Rush Creek. 
Simmons, J. A., Pennington. 
Sinclair, R., Jasper. 
Sledge, J. J., Lyons. 
Smith, M. v., Brenham. 

Smith, . Mt. Pleasant. 

Southwell, W. C, Jasper. 
Sowel, A. M. X., Kaufman. 
Sparkman, John, Henderson. 
Sparkman, T. J., Marshall. 
Sparkman, Wm. New Salem. 
Sparks, Thos., Cleburne. 
Spencer, A. J., Brenham. 
Spencer, Green, Basin Spring. 
Spenser, W. C , Liberty HalL 
Spivey, E. T., Buena Vista. 

St. Clair, M. C, . 

Steele, D. W., Cold Springs. 
Steele, W. D., Mahamet. 
Steed, S. D. H., Whitesboro. 
Stell, R. M., Mt. Sylvan. 
Stephen, C. E., La Grange* 
Stephens, C. G., Simpsonville. 
Stevens, B. P., Oakland. 
Stevenson. H., Paris. 
Stribling, C. K., Palo Pinto. 
Stribling, J. H., Anderson. 
Stringer, L. D., Searsville. 
Suttle, T. D., Pennington. 
Swindall, D. D., Milford. 

VERMONT. 

Small, J. S., Huntington. 
Smith, C.H., Lyme. 
Smith, L., Whiting. 
Smith, O., Dover. 
Smith, R., Georgia Plains. 
Spencer, D., Fair Haven. 
Steele, L. B., West Bolton. 
Stowell, A., Chester. 

VIRGINIA. 
Sanderson, T. N., Halesford. 
Sands, Alex. H., Richmond. 
Satterwhite, H., Erin Shades. 
Scott, A. P., Stevensville. . 
Scott, Harrison. 
Scott, Thos., Meadows, of Dan. 
Sea-8,B.,D.D.,LL.D., Staunton. 
Settle, J. J., Amherst, C. H. 
Settle, v. T., New Glasgow. 
Seward, E. S., Church View. 
Shepherd, T. B., Round Hill. 
SherwoodjJ.J., M'th of Wilson. 

T 

Tate, Thomaston D.,Cane Hill. 
Tate, WHkins, Hot Springs. 
Taylor, Israel, Silver Lake 
Taylor, J. G., Darysaw. 
Taylor, J. S., Pine Bluff. 
Thomas, Benj., Little Rock. 
Thomas, R. W., BatesviUe. 
Thompson, A. T., Hamburg. 
Thompson, W., Brownsville. 
Thrasher, R. M.,Rockport. 
Tomlin,S., Monticello. 
Torrance, J. C, Eagle Creek. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Tefffc, A. B,, New London. 
Tefft, L. B., Greenville. 



Shipman,W. J., Monti'eaL 
Short, Newton,Atlee'B Station. 
Singleton, Peter. 
Slate, Wra., Black Walnut. 
Smith, A. B., Goodalls. 
Smith, G. W. 
Smith, J. C, Brookneal. 
Spencer, J., Buckingham C.H. 
Spill man, A. H.. Boston. 
Stamps, J. H., Ringgold. 
Stein, J. W., Goodson. 
Stephens, J. E., Ivy Depot. 
Stephenson, J. R., Carrsville. 
Stone, R. H., Culpeper C. H. 
Strachan, J. A., Chester. [Sp's. 
Stratton, H., D. D., Botetourt 
Sullivan, R. B.,Oak Park. 
Sydnor, Thomas W., Blacks 
and Whites. 

LATEST VIRGINIA. 
Selby, E. G., Burning Springs. 
Simms, A. M., Winfield. 
Sizemore, H., Gauley Bridge. 
Smith, H., Wayne C. H. 
Smith, John, Fisher's Point. 
Smith,Jonathan,Buckhannon. 
Smith, Joteeph, Grantsville. 
Smith, Samuel, Parkersburg. 
Smith, Wra. J., Wayne C. H. 
Stewart, George, Sistersville. 
Stewart, H., Blacksville. 
Stout, B. M.,Little Hocking.O. 
Stratton, H. R., Fort Gay. 
Stump, John, Steer Creek. 
Sweeney, James, Linside. 
Swiger, J., Muse's Bottom. 
Swinburn. R., Charleston. 

WISCONSIN. 
Sabin, D., Ripon. 
Sale, S. C, Waterloo. 
Sazton,0., Randolph Station. 
Scofield, E. L., Mauston. 
Seaman, J., Marble Ridge. 
Sharp, T., Waupun. 
Sharp, T. B., Union. 
Small, D., Sun Prairie. 
Smith, S. C. N.,Thompsonville. 
Smith, L., Stoughton. 
Smith, R., Brodhead. 
Snashall, J., Evansvllle. 
Squier, J,, Trempeleau. 
Stearns, O. O., Lodi. 
Stone, G. M., Milwaukee. 
Stothard, J., New Centreville. 
Stratton, J. V., Columbia. 
Strong, G. F., Avon. 

Temple, J. F., Stepney. 
Terry, Thos., Brooklyn. - 
Tillinghast, T., Jewett City. 
Tumbull, R., D. D., Hartford. 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA. 
Turney, K, D.D.,Washington. 

FLORIDA. 
Thomas, J. W., Palatka. 
Tifton, B., Sopchoppy. 
Timmons, E. B., Waldo. 
Tomkies, J. H., Waldo. . 

GEORGIA. 
Tate, Jacob, Calhoun. 



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Tate, W., Dahlonega. 
Tatum, A. S., Smithville. 
Tatura,J.N.,Johiiston'sStation. 
Taylor, John, Hannahatchee. 
Taylor, K., West Point, 
Terbeau, C., Savannah. 
Terry, Joseph, Dover. 
Thames, W., Rough & Ready. 
Tharp, B. F., Perry. 
Thomas, E.0, J. B., West Point 
Thomas, J., Macon. 
Thomas, W., Macon. 
Thompson, J., Forsyth. 
Thompson, J.S., Hawkins ville. 
Thompson, P., Hawkins^ille. 
Thornton, B., Hartwell. 
Thornton, B. C, Elberton. 
Thornton, Richard, Ft.Gaines. 
Thornton, W. T., Athens. 
Threlkeld, L. J., Griffin. 
Tompkins, J., Forsyth. 
Toole, J. A., Guyton. 
Tribble, A. K., Rutledge. 
Tucker, H. H., Penfield. 
Tucker, R. M. 
Tully, L. B., Berzelia. 
Tupper, H. A., Washington. 
Tuten, Jos., Waresborough. 

ILLINOIS. 
Taft, S. A., D.D., Quincy. 
Tennison, J. F., Mt. Vernon. 
Terrell, W. A., Bethel. 
Taylor, E. G., Chicago. 
Taylor, P., Danby. 
Terwilliger, M., Moline. 
Thearle, F. G., Decatur. 
Thomas, Cyrus, Belleville. 
Thomas, D., Mattoon. 
Thomas, E. J., Atlanta. 
Thomas, J. B., D.D., Chicago. 
Thomas, J. M., Cooperstown. 
Thompson, G., Steele's Mills. 
Thompson. J., Belle City. 
Thornton, T. J., Westfield. 
Threlkeld, C. W., Fitt's Hill. 
Tiee, A. W., Oak Ridge. 
Tillbury, C. Berwick. 
Tilley,J.W., Dubois. 
Titterington, J. M.,Edgington. 
Tolman, C. F., Chicago. 
Tolman, J. F., Sandwich. 
Trabue, A., Jersey ville. 
Transchell, A., Kankakee. 
Trask, E. G., Chatsworth. 
Trot£er, J. M., Bell City. 
Troughton, W., Sparta. 
Turner, J., Virden. 

INDIANA. 
Tecklinburg, C, Evansville. 
Terhune, W., Spearville. 
Terry, G. W., D. D., Stinesville. 
Thomas, J. W., Millersburg. 
Thomas, T. H. 
Tilton, E., Elrod. 
Tisdale, J. W. B., Greensburg. 
Treneman, J., Goodland. 
Trent, W., Cuba. 
Thicker, S., D. D., Logansport. 

IOWA. 
Taylor, D., Hartford. 
Thickstun,T.P.,Couticil Bluffs, 
Thomas, Z., Centreville. 
Thompson, B. F., Iconium. 

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Thompson, J. W.,Laporte City. 
Til ley, W., Waterloo. 
Tisdale, R. D., Winterset. 
Towne, E. O., Pella. 
Townsend, T. C, Norwalk. 
Tracy, R, M., Competine. 
Trevln, J., West Point. 
Tucker, C. T., Charles City. 
Turton, W. H., Livingston. 

KANSAS. 
Taber, I., Highland. 
Taylor, J. R., Waterloo. 
Turner, R. P., Seneca. 
Twine, W. M., Atchison. 

KENTUCKY. 
Taylor, A. S., Fancy Farm. 
Taylor, B. J., Viola Station. 
Taylor, E., Somerset. 
Taylor, J. H., Whltesville. 
Taylor, R. B., Oak Ridge. 
Taylor, R. S., Monticello. 
Taylor, W. W., Louisville. 
Terry, N. G., Glasgow. 
Tharp, J. B., Georgetown. 
Thomas, J. F., Bowling Green. 
Thompson, S. F., Louisville. 
Thurman, R. L., Bardstown. 
Tichenor, J. L., Lancaster, 
Tichenor, L. C.,Glenville. 
Tichenor, W. B. 
Tilford, H. H., Harrodsburg. 
Tobey, T. W., Paducah. 
Todd, M. 

Trimble,S.Y.,Fredonia. [Tenn. 
Trinory, J. N., Springfield, 
Troughhen, A. C., Franklin. 
Truden, R. V., Greenville. 
Truman, E. M. 
Tudor, R. B., Weatonburg. 
Tyre, Wm. F., Woodstock. 

LOUISIANA. 
Thomas, Wm. 
Tucker, Geo., Shreveport. 
Tucker, J. H., Keachi. 
Turner, Peter, Jackson. 
Turner, Robert. 

MAINE. 
Taylor, C, Athens. 
Thomas, W. O., Belfast. 
Thompson, I. M., N. Berwick. 
Tibbetts, C, Damarisbotta. 
Tilley, Wm., JeflFerson. 
Trask, E., Nobleboro'. 
Tolman, F. W., Farmington. 
Tripps, L. S., Surrey. 
Tucker, G. E., Durham. 
Turner, F., South Robinson. 

MARYLAND. 
Thompson, W. P., Baltimore. 

MASSAC HUSETSS. 
Thatcher, J. J., Gay Head. 
Thatcher, S. T.. Beverly. 
Thomas, S. A., Holmes Hole. 
Thompson, C. L., Manchaug. 
Thompson, Hiram, Worcester. 
Thompson, Wm., Boston. 
Thompson, W. R., Allston. 
Tilson, Jonathan, Hingham. 
Tilton, J. H., Palmer. 



Tingley, T. C. 
Topliff, C. H. 
Tower, F. E., Amherst. 
Townley, H. C, Woburn. 
Townsend, G. N., Bellingham. 
Townsend, J. J., Conway. 
Train, Arthur 8.,Framingham. 
Tucker, J., Newton Corner. 

MICHIGAN. 
Taft, H. B., Otsego. 
Taylor, O. I)., Saline. 
Ten Brook, A., Ann Arbor. 
Tenney, E.. Holly. 
Tilden, A., Flushing. 
TitU8,S.W., Flint. 
Town, S. P., Parma. 
Tripp, G. C, Kalamazoo. 
Trowbridge, L. H., Kalamasoo. 

MINNESOTA. 
Tefft, L. B., Mankado. 
Thresher, J. N., Fair Haven. 
Thurston, J. M., Maple River. 
Torbitt, A. M., St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Teasdale,T.C.,D.D., Columbus. 
Thighpen, Sara., Dry Grove. 
Thighpen, Wm., Paulding. 
Thomas, J. M., Luka. 
Travillian, A. L., Pt. Gibson. 
Trusty, J. W., Paris. 
Tucker, W. H., Magnolia. 

MISSOURI. 
Talbird, H., D. D., Palmyra. 
Tatum, L. J., Hermitage. 
Taylor, C. 8., Emerson. 
Taylor, Jos., Mt. Vernon. 
Taylor, J. C, Clinton. 
Terrill, B., Moberly. 
Terrill, J. R., Moberly. 
Terrill, Jesse, Roanoke. 
Terrill, J. W., Roanoke. 
Thomas, B. T., Sedalia. 
Thomas, J. H., Wright City. 
Thomas, Norris. 
Thomas, W. H.. Camden Point. 
Thompson , P. H., Sedalia. 
Thompson, W., Green Ridge. 
Thornton, W. T., Licking. 
Tichenor, J. L., Westport. 
Tipton, James, Fairfield. 
Toler, Jackson S., Webster. 
Tolle, G. D., Pierce. 
Tompkins, Israel, Mt. Pleasant. 
Tompkms, O., Waynesburg. 
Tribble, R. O., Webster. 
Troiver, J. 

Truman, R. D., Newark.[deau. 
Trunnlough, T. B., Cape Girar- 
Turnbough, T. B., Four Miles. 
Turner, H. H., Trenton. 
Turner, J., Spring Hill. 
Tutt, B. G., Princeton. 
Tuttle, E., Albany. 
Tuttle, J. H., New Florence. 

NEBRASKA. 
Taggart, J. M., Nebraska City. 
Taylor, J. W., St. Dervin. 
Thomas, D. V., Rule. 
Thomas, E. D., Salem. 
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NEVST HAMPSHIRE. 
Tilton, A. v., Kecne. 
Tilfcoii,J.D^ Milford. 
Towle, F. W., Clftremont. 
Tripp, L. 8., Lanenburgh. 
Tack, J^ Stratham. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Taylor, J. A., Seaville. 
Thomas* A. G., Camden. 
Thorn, James, Woodstown. 
Timberman, J., Hackensaek. 
Tolan, W. B., Mallica Hill. 
Trumpp, Henry, Newark. 

NE\Ar YORK. 

Taggart, J. W., Manilas. 
Taylor, David, Rossyille. 
Taylor,B.E.L., I ).D., Brooklyn. 
Taylor, H., La Grange. 
Taylor, J. B., New York. 
Taylor, J. W., Bath. 
Taylor, Samael, Middletown. 
Taylor, 8. W., New York. 
Tayntor, O., Clockville. 
Thacher, 8. T., Ransomville. 
Thoma8,B., Harrison Valley,Pa 
Thomas, Ira, Troapsbarg. 
Thomas, J. B., New York, 
Thomas, O., Oneonta. 
Thompson, C, Dankirk. 
Thompson, C. J., Mt Morris. 
Thompson, 8. B.,Little Valley. 
Tilden, A., Howard. 
Todd, A. H., Bennington. 
Tolman, J. N., Fabias. 
Tompkins, E., Unadilla. 
Toomath. J., Brooklyn. 
Tower, W. N., Clean. 
Towner, B. D., Hartford. 
Townsend, J. J., Jay. 
Tozer, E., Fort Ann Village. 
Tracer, H. R., Ft. Edward Vil- 
Trieve, T., New York. [lage. 
Trammp, H., New York. 
Trowbridge, J., Randolph. 
Tschirch, E., Rochester. 
Tacker, J. B., Troy. 
Tamball, G. P., Cincinnatas. 
Tamer, H., Otselic. 
Tamer, R 8., Patterson. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Taylor, E. L., Ratherfordton. 
Terrill, J., Francisco. 
Thanksley, A., Oil Camp, 8. C. 
Thayer, W. N., 8ander'8 Hill. 
Thompson, E. 
Triyett, 8., Jefferson. 
Tapper, H. M., Raleigh. 
Tamer, M., High Point. 
Tarner, Wm., Salem. 

OHIO. / 

Taft» E. A., Cleveland. 
Talbot, 8., Granville. 
Taylor, 8., Montville. 



ALABAMA. 
Underwood, G.W.,Bladon Sp's. 



Taylor, O. W., Ironton. 
Taylor, J., Granville. 
Taylor, B. T.. Urbana. 
Telford, R., Warren. 
Thacker, E., RassePs Place. 
Thomas, D. C, Pomeroy. 
Thomas, C. 8., Cherry Valley. 
Thomas, W. R, 8t. Paris. 
Thomas, W. V., Defiance. 
Thompson, J., Iron Famace. 
Thompson,J.R,ChesterXR'ds. 
Thornton, G. N., Haskins. 
Tipton, R. P., Marysville. 
Tolhnrst, F., Bedford. 
Tombes, J. B., Tiifin. 
Trick leg, D., Locast Grove. 
Talloss, B., Hunt's Station. 
Tanison, J. G., Granville. 
Tossing, 8. C, Maxville. 
Turner, C, Twensbarg. 
Tamer, E. B., Tontogony. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Tennant, A. M., Union Mills. 
Thomas, B. D., Pittston. 
Thomas, B. H., Reidsbarg. 
Thomas, B. W., Milesburg. 
Thomas, J. D., Cornpropst's 
Thomas, N., Ronkdale. [Mills. 
Thomas, T., Ashland. 
Thomas, T. J., Holmesbatg. 
Thompson, W. M., Corsica. 
Tilden, W. C, Forest Lake. 
Tilton, C, Jeffernon. 
Tilton, M., Rogersville. 
Tower, Rial, West Lenox. 
Tousey, A. W., Erie. 
Trickett, J., West Chester. 
Trotter, T. C, Philadelphia. 
Turpin, Jeremiah H., " 
Tustin, J. P.. Bloomsburg. 
Tustin, F. W., Lewisburg. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Terry, T., Qaidnic. [Centre. 
Tillinghast, J., W. Greenwich 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Talbert, J. T., Barnwell C. H. 
Thomas,J.A.W.,Bennettsville. 
Thomas, N., Chester. 
Thomas, W. D., Greenville. 
Timmons, J.M., Timmonsville. 
Trapp, J., Kirksev's X Roads. 

Trowel!, ^ Gillisonville. 

Tamer, R, Spartanburg. 

TENNESSEE. 

Tappan, B. 

Tappen, B. C. 

Thomas, G. E., Gadsden. 

Thompson, A., Decaturville. 

Thompson, L. 

Tipton, C. C. 

Tipton, L. D., Dunlap. 

Trenary, G. W., Springfield. 

Trimble, A. D., Estell Springs. 

TJ 

I GEORGIA. 

I Underwood, A T., Slabtown. 



Trimble, L. 

Turner, G., Maynardville. 
Turner, J. J., Dancyville. 
Tamer, M. G., Dancyville. 

TEXAS. 

Talliaferro, R H., Austin. 
Tatum, E. F., FarmersviUe. 
Teagae, J. D., Sherman. 
Terry, T. L., Gilmer. 
Thomas, J. G., Caul dwell. 
Thomas, W., Concrete. 
Thwing, E. F.. Houston. 
Tippit, W. P., Salado. 
Tamer, John, Weatherford. 

VERMONT. 
Thomas, C. A., D. D., Brandon. 
Tobin, T., K Poultney. 
Truesdell, J. W., Inverness. 
Tyler, P., Hardwick. 

VIRGINIA. 

Tabler, John T., Fincastle. 
Tr-*-- ^ '^ Penn*s Store. 
Ti Eeysville. 

Ti ). D., Richmond. 

Ti JniversityofV». 

Ti , Culpepper C.H. 

Ti I.,Williamsville. 

Ti 'enn's Store. 

Ti hesterfieldC. H. 

Ti Gold Hill. 

T< Millington. 

Tc , , Rye Valley. 

Thomas, Alson, Oakville. 
Thomas, K, Oakville. 
Thompson, W. G., Pierce's. 
Thompson, Jordan. 
Thornton, Wm., Horatown. 
Thrasher, G. C, Pattonsburg. 
Tinsley, I. 8., Bent Creek. 
Tinsley, J.T., Stone Wall Mills. 
Tinsley, Willis, Peterstown. 
Towill, M. W., Sandy Bottom. 
Townsend, H. C, Richmond. 
Traylor, B., Castle Craig. 
Trevillian,G.C.,Charlotteftville. 
Troy, W., Richmond. 
Truman, J. L., Hampton. 
Tucker, L., Norfolk. 
Tumer, Jas. P., Barhamsville. 
Turner, John, Elamsville. 
Turpin, John O.. Aylett's. 
Tyree, C, Powhattan C. H. 
Tyree, Wm. A., WhitesviJle. 

LATEST VIRGINIA. 

Tinsley, H., Rollinsburg. 
Tinsley, W., Concord Church. 
Tulley, A. D., Charleston. 

TATISCONSIN. 

Taylor, E. O., Kenosha. 
Thomas, S. S., Forest 
Todd, S., Sheboygan, 
Tucker, S. 8., Glencoe. 



I Underwood, J. L., Cuthbert 
I Underwood, T. G., Orange. 



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ILLINOIS. 
Underwood, J.W., Xenia. 
Utiey, Gabriel, Vienna. 

INDIAN TERRITORY 

Uyusada, . 

IOWA. 
Underwood, E., Cedar Falls. 
Ure, T., Mitchell. 

KENTUCKY. 
Underwood, S.,Bowllng Green 
Underwood, Thomas. 



ALABAMA. 

Vaiden, I. B., Marion. ^ 
Vaughn, C. C, Gaston. 
Verser, M. A., Apple Grove. 
Vincent, J. C, Basselville. 

ARKANSAS. 
Vaughn, Z. M., Bentonville. 
Vic,L. B., Monticello. 
Vining, T. W., Eunice. 

GEORGIA. 
Vaughn, A., Milner. 
Veazey, T. J., Powelton. 
Verdery, W. M., Linton. 
Vining, , Box Spring. 

ILLINOIS. 
Vance, T. M., Benton. 
VanCIeve, W. P., Stone Fort. 

Vanderburg, EdwardsYille. 

Vann, John B., Carrollton. 
Vaoghan, J.W„ Fuller's Point. 
Vaughan, S. N., Niantic. 
Venness, J., Bockton. 
Vise, Hosea, McLeansboro. 

INDIANA. 
Vanbrigal, J. D., Groomsville. 
Vannosdol, J^ Moore's Vine- 
Van Winkle, J., Troy, [yard. 
Van Winkle, W., Leopold. 
Vawler, A. J., Ladoga. 
Vawter, J. S., North Madison. 
Vergil, A., Fort Wayne. 

KANSAS. 
Veatch, B. 

KENTUCKY. 
Vails, C, Blackford. 



Underwood, W. F., Salama. 
Utley, M., Salem. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Upham, J., Chelsea. 
Upham,W. P.,Webt Townsend. 

NE^A^ HAMPSHIRE.'^ 

Upton, John, Epping. 

NEW JERSEY. 

Ulyatt, W. C, Princeton. 

Varden, Geo .Paris. 
Vaughn, B., Oak Grove. 
Vonghan, T. M., Simpsonville. 
Vickers, B., Elizabettitown. 

MASSAC H USETTS. 
Valentine., T„ New Bedford. 
Vassar, T. E., Lynn. 
Ventres, W. 8. H., Hyde Park. 
Vietts, A. P., Hancock. 

MICHIGAN. 
Vail, A. L., Schoolcraft. 
Van Patten, F.B., Old Mission. 
Van Vleck, J., Palo. 
Van Winkle, P., Albion. 

MINNESOTA. 
Vaughn, 8. H. D., Hastingg. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Vanlandingham, H. J., Louis- 
Varnado, W. H. [ville. 

MISSOURI. 

Vancleve, , Savannah, 

Vardeman, W, H., Wellsburg. 
Vermillion, R., Frankfort. 

NEBRASKA. 
Vose, H. T., Nursery Hill. 
NEW JERSEY. 
Verrender, E., Jersey City. 

NEW YORK. 
Valentine, A.W., Towner'eSta- 
Van Allen, C. L., Scotia, [tion. 
Van Alstin, D., Corning. 
Van Derlip, G. M., New York. 
Van Dusen, C, Stony Creek. 



NE>A^ YORK. 

Utter, S. S., Morrisville. 
NORTH CAROLINA. 
Utley, J., Moorhead. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Underdue, J., Philadelphia. 

TENNESSEE. 
Ussery, W. S., Synnville. 
WISCONSIN. 
Underwood, E. D., Wauwatosa 



ALA AMA. 
Waldrop- A. J., Rockville. 
Watkins. W., North Port. 
Watts, J. J., Jasper. 
Weatherly, J. H., Bradford. 
Welch, O., Alpine. 
Whaley, W., Blount's Springs. 
Wilhite, C. D., " « 

Wilhite, D. W., Cedar Plains. 
Wilkes, W., Fayetteville. 
Wilkins, B. B., Reform. 
Williams, A. D. E., Houston. 
Williams, B., Blount's Sp's. 
Wiftiams, D. P., White Plains. 
Williams, G. F., Mobile. 



Williams, J. D., Wetumpka. 
Williams, J. W., Salem. 
Williams, N. H., ScottsvUle. 
Williams, Z., Brooklyn. 
Williamson, D.C., Brooks ville. 
Willis, J. M., Wetumpka. 
Wilson, W., Centre. 
Witt, S., Coloma. 
Wood M., Claiborne. 
Wooden, A. P., Mobile. 
Woodward, W., Pel ham. 
Wooten, J. S., Providence. 
Worthy, A. S., Troy. 
Wright^ J. C, Eutaw. 
Wright, W., Gadsden. 



Van Falton, J., Binghampton. 
Van Fraden burgh, D., Liberty. 
Van Fradenburgh, E., Burling- 
Van Housen, J.B.,Gilboa. [ton. 
Van Meter, W. C, New York. 
Van Tassel, F. K.,Shokan. 
Varnum, G. W., Franklinville. 
Von Puttkammer,A., Hemlock 
Vatey, C. A., Castile. [Lake, 
Vrooman, J. B., Nunda. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
Vannoy, J. H., Jefferson. 

OHIO. 
Van Alstyn, J. 8., Conneaut 
Vance, D., Pottersburg. 
Vary, W., Zanesville. 
Viney, B. M., Bodkin's Stat'n. 
Virgil, A., Van Wert. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Van Meter, H. L., Basseia, 

Burmah. 
Van Scoyoc, Thos., Allaman's. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Vandiver, H., Silver Glade. 
Vann, B. R., Ridgeway. 
Vaughn, K., Calhoun. 
Vaughn, L., Pleasant Grove. 

TENNESSEE. 
Vanderver, J. V. 
Vanduval, R. 
Van Hoose, A. 
Voluntine, T.J., Gr'dJunctlon. 

TEXAS. 
Vandivere, A, B., Cameron. 
Van Houton, G., Cedar Bayoo. 

ARKANSAS. 
Waldrop, J. V. B., Hamburg. 
Walker, C. B., Stony Point 
Wall, Jas., Little Rock. 
Washington, Jas., Friendship. 
Watson, N. A., Hamburg. 
Wells, G. W., Arkadelphia. 
Whaley, J. H., Cadron. 

White, . 

White, J. T., Helena. 
Whitesides, J., Hickory. 
Whitten, J , Aiken's Store. 
Wilburn, Silas, Walnut Lake, 
Wilkerson, H. M., Selma. 
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Williams, D. S., Arkfulelphia. 

Williams, J. 

Williams, J. H., Springfield. 

WiUiDgham. £. T. 

Willis, A., Camden. 

Winfield, J. 

Wood, J. 8. 

Wood, W. W., Hamburg. 

CALIFORNIA. 
Wheeler, O. C, Sacramento. 
Whiteomb, C, LittJe Lake. 
With, J. A., Nevada. 

CONNECTICUT. 
Wakeman, L. H., N. Hartford, 
Walden, W. N., Montville. 
Walker, W. C, South Windsor 
Waterman, H. B., New Haven, 
Wheeler, E. 8., Colchester. 
Wightman, J. C, " 
Wlghtman, P. G., Mystic. 
Willard, C. M., Suffield. 
Willdridge, H. A., Branford. 
WiJlett, C., Putnam. 
Woolsey, J. J., Stamford. 
Worthington,W.A.,Thomp8on 
Wright, D., Hartford. 
Wright, J., New Haven. 
DIST. OF COLUMBIA, 
Walker, W. T., Washington. 
Warren, P., " 

FLORIDA. 
Webb, T. P., Madison. 
Weeks, S., Waldo. 
Wilson, A., Ellisville. 
Whilden, B. W., Lake City. 
Whitehurst, H., Monticello. 
Wombwell, T J., Greenwood. 

GEORGIA. 
Walker, B. J., Fairburn. 
Walker, H., 
Walker, J. W. 
Wall, A. D., Mulberry. 
Wallace, J. J., Madison. 
Wallace, S. S., Penfield. 
Warren, E. H., Lafayette. 
Warren, E.W., Macon. 
Warren, J. L., Savannah. 
Warren, Willis, Albany. 



West, J. T., Cedar Town. 
West, T. B., Thomson. Fville. 
Westmoreland, J. H.,Pinkney- 
Weeeler, J., Taylor's Creek. 
Whipple, W. A., Box Spring. 
Whirden, B. W., Marshal ville. 
White, C. C, Conyers. 
White, G. W., Knoxville. 
Whitefiold, G.A. P.,White Oak, 
Wilbanks, H., Soque. 
Wilburn, G. T., Americus. 
Wilkes, W. C, Marshal I ville. 
Williams, F. M., Harris Mills. 
Williamx, H. A., Augusta. 
Williams, J. H. 



Williams, W. B., Bengal. 
Willis, C. C, Columbus. 
Willis, J. B., Indian Springs. 
Willis, W.F., Savannah. 
Wilson, J. D., Talbotton. 
Wilson, 'J. J., Homer. 
Winchell, A., Eatonton. 
Windham, W., Dublin. 
Wingfield, G. A. P., White Oak. 
Wirthingion, S., Haynesville. 
Womble. W. B., Colquitt. 
Wood, H., Walnut Hill. 
Wood, J. M., Barnesville. 
Wood, J. R., Tennille. 
Wood, L. A., Covington. 
Wood, Young, Franklin. 
Woodall, J. T., Crossby. 
Woodall, M., Clayton. 
Woodfin, A. P., Rome. 
Woody, J. A., Crawfordville. 
Woolsey, I, G.* Locust Grove. 
Wright, A. R., Rome. 

ILLINOIS. 
Wadley, F. M., Jacksonville. 
Walker, D. C, Mt. Erie. 
Walker, E. S., Springfield. 
Walker, J. B., Hutton. 
Walker, O. T., Chicago. 
Walker, W., Charleston. 
Waller, H., Cave. 
Ward, J. G., Berwick. 
Ward, James, Jacksonville. 
Wardner, P. J., Springfield. 
Warner, T. B., Bainbridge. 
Warren, J. T., Rosehill. 
Warren, H. S. P., Watertown. 
Warren, T. B.,Makanda. 
Warrlner, N., LaClair. 
Washburn, J., Ewing. 
Washmgton, S., Jacksonville. 
Washington, W., Mattoon. 
Waters, Z., Carlinville. 
Watson, W., Oconee. 
Webb, A., Mt. Vernon. 
Webb, J. 

Webb, W. R., D. D., Canton. 
Weeks, R. 8., Fairfield. 
Welch, W. R., Tennessee. 
Wells, L. L., Mt. Vernon. 
Wells, J. M., Auburn. 
W • • v. A., Toulon. 
Vi 7., Canton. 

Vi iV., Olney. 

^ W. A., Prairie City. 

Vi B., Lincoln. 

^ 3., Greenville. 

\\ B, *j. M., Upper Alton. 

Whitney, L., CarroUton. 
Whitefield, W. 

Whitehead, J. M., Kankakee. 
Whitehead, W., Aledo. 
Whittier, R. B., Greenwood. 
Wilder, John, LaSalle. 
Wilder, S., Lorraine. 
Wilderman, J. H., Chicago. 
Wilbanks, W. P., Crittenden. 
Wilkinson, A. L., Rockton. 
Wilkinson, D., Manchester. 
Wilkinson, F., Upper Alton. 
Wilks. M., Duquoin. 
Williams, J., Fitt's Hill. 
Williams, J. A., Duquoin. 
Williams, J. N., Chicago. 
Williams, J. R., South Pass. 



Williams, J. T., Cave. 
Williams, S. B , Sycamore. 
Williams, S. M., Raleigh. 
Willis, E., East St. Louid. 
Willis, J. S., Sidney. 

Wills, , Clayton. 

Wilms, H., Fosterburg. 
Wilson, C. W., Vienna. 
Wilson, G., Bloomington. 
Wilson, J. C, irvington. 
Wilson, S., Shawneetown. 
Wilson, W. W., Alhambra. 
Wing, Otis, DeKalb. 
Winslow, D. B., Clinton. 
Winterbottom, W., Bnmfield. 
Wise, D., Whitehall. 
Wiseman W. 
Wisner, S. L., Anna. 
Wolf, George, Chill icothe. 
Woodson, E. S., Venice. 
Wood, W. C, Marshall. 
Wood, W. O., Clark Centre. 
Wood, N.M., D.D.jUpper Alton 
Wood,N.N.,D.D.,Jackscnville. 
Woods, G. A., Clear Greek. 
Woods, J. M., Chicago. 
Woodward, J., Bristol. 
Worden, H., Quincy. 
Worley, C. A., CarroUton. 
Worthy, J., Newton. 
Wren, G. L., Highland Park. 
Wright, A. J., Saxon. 
Wyatt, Moses, Vienna. 

INDIANA. 
Wade, J. M., Heffron, P.O. 
Wagoner, W., Amity. 
Wallace, 8., Richmond. 
Wallace, W. 
Walters, Franklin. 
Walters, J., Holton. 
Ward, B. R., Galveston. 
Ward, 8., Sugar Branch. 
Ward. 8. B,, Auburn. 
Washburn, G. D., Monticello. 
Welker, W. N.,Hicksville. 
Wilder, L., Columbia City. 
Williams, C, New Albany. 
Williams, N,, Bedford. 
Winans, W., Pimento. 
Wilson, A., Granville. 
Wilson, J. D., Montpelier. 
Wilson, R.,Benville. 
Wyant, J. W., Vistula. 
Wynans, I. N., Waverly. 

IOWA. 
Walton, U. R, Ottumwa. 
Ward, E., Dutch Creek. 
Ward, J. B., Ward's Corners. 
Warren j> J., Burlington. 
Watson, H. C, Hartford. 
Wedgewood, J. M., Castalia. 
Wells, A., Osceola. 
West, C. L., Glenwood. 
West, 8., Waubeek. 
Westover, J. T., Keokuk. 
White. S., Clarinda. 
Whitman, P. S.. Cresco. 
Wilcox, C La Motte. 
Williams, J., Ashland. 
Williams, M. F., Hamburg. 
Wilson, J. D., Mt. Pleasant. 
Wilson, J. O., De Moines. 
Wilson, J. T., Mt. Pleasant. 



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Winchell, A. B., Oxford. 
Winters, D., Garden Grove. 
Wisdom, J. T., Monterey. 
Wood, J. M., Dutch Creek. 
Wood, W., Cedar Groye. [City. 
Woodruff, W. R., Columbus 
Worcester, S. H., Otiamwa. 

KANSAS. 
Walker, G., D. D., Atchison. 
Waddell, D., Doniphan. 
Wat8on,M.IX, Marmaton. 
Willard, A. F., Carson. 
Williams,J.B., BloomingGrove. 
Williams, J. T., Lancaster. 

KENTUCKY. 
Waldnope, J. W., Ovrenton. 
Walker, Wm., Long Run. 
Walker, W. B., Hopkinsville. 
Ward, John, Mouldansville. 
Ware, J. R., Fishing Creek. 
Watson, T. S. G., Martinsville. 
Weaver, J., Louisville. 
Weiman, J. N., Ronnes. 
Weiman, W. J., Fancy Farm. 
Wei loom, N. P., Franklin X 
Wheatley, G. W. [Roads 

Wheyne, J. C, Clinton. 
White, J. B., Erbine. 
White, J. F., Cadiz. 
White, W., Clinton. 
Whittinghill, D., Henderson. 
Wilbum, F. M., Whitesville. 
Williams, E., London. 
Willett, J. C, Little York. 
Willet, J.8.,WolfOreek. 
Williams, G., Chestnut Grove. 
Williams, R., Paducah. 
Williams. W. H., Nasson. 
Willis, J., Oldtown. 
Wills, T. J., Winchester. 
Wiser, H., Somersett 
Witherspoon, G., Gainesville. 
Wood, W. J., Mitchelsburgh. 
Woodford. 8. B., Winchester. 
Woodward, R., Auburn. 
Woolfolk, L. B., Mt. Vernon. 
Wright, B., Green Grove. 

LOUISIANA. 
Walker, Rail. 
Warner, Jacob. 
Washington, George. 
Williams, George. 
Williams, N. C, Mansfield. 
Williams. Wm. 
Willis, D. H., Alexandria. 
Winham, A., Plainville. 
Winston, J F., Jefferson. 
Wise, D., WiseviUe. 
Wright, A. 

MAINE. 
Walker, O.B., 8.Norridgewock. 
Walker, W. H., Paris. 
Washburn, J., Bock port. 
Ward, W., Belgrade. 
Watson, R. Y^ Hancock. 
Wheeler, N. J., 8kowhegan. 
Wheeler, J., Trenton. 
White, E. J., Jefferson. 
Whittemore, N.,E.Limlngton. 
Williams J., Tennant'sHarb'r, 
Wilson, A., Waterville. 
Worth, £., Eennsbunk. 



Wyman, 8. 8., West Pern. 
Wyman, W., Livermore Falls. 

MARYLAND. 
Warren, P. T., Cumberland. 
White, 8. R., Kockvil]e,[more. 
Williams, J. W.M., D.D., Balti- 
Wilson, F., D. D., Baltimore. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Warren, George F., Boston. 
Warren ,Jonah,G.,D.D.,Bo8ton. 
Watson, D. 8^ PittfieU. 
Watson, W. H., Fayville. 
Webster, Amos, Boston. 
Weston, David, Worcester. 
Wheeler, L. W., W. Boyalston. 
Whipple, J. M., North Becket, 
Whitten, W. W. 
White, H. H., Boston. 
Whittier,W.W., Boston. 
Wightman, J,C.,N, Cambridge. 
Wilbur, H. R.,Wrentham Shel- 

donviUe. 
Wilcox, D. W., 8helburneFalls. 
Williams, Geo. B., Braintree. 
Williams, N. M., Methuen. 
Willmarth, 1. M., Rovi-e. 
Wilson, J. E., Randolph. 
Winn, D. D., New Bedford. 
Womersley, T., Greenfield. 
Wood, J. E., Rock. 
Woodbury,H. B., Bernardston. 
Worthington,W.A., Woodville. 

MICHIGAN. 
Wade, I. M., Ann Arbor. 
Walden, D. D., Lapeer. 
Wallins, J. 8., Wexford. 
Wavland, H. L., Kalamazoo. 
Webb, A., Base Line. 
Wedge, A., Fenton. 
West, H.. Lawton. 
Wheelock, Levi, Moreland. 
White, W., Linden. 
Wilkinson, Wm., Romeo. 
Wisner, A., Pme Creek. 
Wisner, 8. 8., Clayton. 
Wisner, W. G., Rome Centre. 
Wolfe, O. 8., Athens. 
Wooden, T. 8., Romeo. 
Wynant, J. W., Burr Oak. 

MINNESOTA. 
WaldroD, I., Stanton. 
Wendt, J., Chaska. 
Woscott, E., Byron. 
Wharton, B.. Wabasha. 
White, J., Miim Lake. 
Whitecomb, W. W., RedWing. 
Wilber, H., Vernon. 
Wilcox, J. P., Northfield. 
Williams, A.D., Fairbault. 
Williams, W., Judson. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Walne, T. J., Raymond. 
Watkins, K. M., Markwell. 
Webb, A. 8., Coffeeville. 
Webb. W. 8., CrawftrdHville. 
Weekly, W., Cooper's Neck. 
West, W., Claiborne. 
Wharton, York, Terry. 
White, H. D., DeKalb. 
White J. E., Uholaon. 
Whitehead, R. H., Oxford. 



Whitfield, B., Jackson. 
Whitfield, Geo., Clinton. 
Whitfield, Theo., Meridian. 
Williams, J., Canton. 
Williams, 8., Meridian. 
Williams, T.R., Oxford.; 
Wilson, N. N., Byhalia. 
Winstead, A., Union. 
Woodall, Jesse, Byram. 
Wooten, Wm., Chulahoma. 
Wright, T. 8., West Stati .n. 

MISSOURI. 
Walden, W. W., Chillicothe. 
Walker, F. L., Marionsville. 
Waller, G. W., Sparta. 
Walls, R. R., Kennett. 
Walthall, W. B., Fulton. 
Wamock, J. H., Marshfield. 
Warden, Joseph. 
Warder, J. W., Kansas City. 
Wardriss, J. B. 

Watson, , Greene. 

Watts, R., Frederickstown. 
Way, E., Oaark. [ville. 

Wayland, R. L., St. Francis- 
Weaver, A., Lone Jack. 
Welch, J. E.,D.D.,Wright City, 
Wheeler, B., Gentryville. 
Wheeler, J. T.. Spencersbnrg. 
Whipple, L. W., Dresden. 
White, G., Richland. 
Whitely, B., Hamilton. 
Whiteside, M. 8., New Hope. 
Whiting, C, BoonvUle. 
Wickliffe, J. A., Greenfield. 
Wigginton, W. R., Centralia. 
Wilcox, Crescent Hill. 
Wilhite, F., Booheport 
Willard, 8. 

Williams, , Stone House. 

Williams, L T., Plaite City. 
Williams, J.. Pleasant Mound. 
Williams,JonnM., Tuscumbia. 
Williams, J. T., Louisiana. 
Williams, J. W., ExceUior. 
Williams, M. F., Sparta. 
Williamson, J. L.D.,Greentop. 
Willis, J., Columbia. 
Wilson, H., Ravenna. 
Wisdom, W.E.,College Mound. 
Wolverton, Thomas. 
Wood, F. 8., Whitesville. 
Wood, J., California. 
Woods, James, Clinton. 
Wood, John, Pleasant Mound. 
Woods, W. K., Fayette. 
Woodward, C, Pi mceton. 
Woodward, J., Bethany. 
Woody, J. G , Providence. 
Wright, W. C, Osceola. 
Wyman, E. A., Louisiana. 

NEBRASKA. 
Wharton, L B., CummingCity. 
Williams, M. F., Brownville. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Walker.H.O., Deerfield Centre. 
Waltront), E. H., Fitzwilliam. 
White, 8. 8.. South Hampton 
Whittemore, E. J., E. Weare. 
Whittemore, J. L., E. Weare. 

NE^A^ JERSEY. 
Walling, K., Burlington. 



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Warner, E. D., Holmde). 
Waters, James, Mt. Holly. 
Watkinson, M. R,, Camden. 
Watkinson, W.E., Hamlt'n Sq. 
Webb, G. 8., D. D., N. Bruns'k. 
Weeks, G., Riceville. 
Westcott, H., Perry ville. 
Wiggen, H. B., Orange. 
WiJder, Wm., Bridgeton. 
Willifer, A. D., Lambertville. 
Willmarth, J. W., Pemberton. 

Wilson, , Medford. 

Wilson, C. E., Jr., Holmdel. 
Wilson, W. v., Pt. Monmouth. 
Woods, E. A., Flemlngton. 
Wright, J., Wertsville. 
Wright, T. G., Roadstown. 

NENAT YORK. 
Wader, J. A.. Orleans. 
Walker, G. C., Johnson's Cr'k. 
Ward, J. C, Cazenovia. 
Ward, M. L., Norwich. 
Ward, William, New York. 
Warder, J. A., Orleans. 
Wardner, C, Ruahford. 
Warren, A., Alabama Centre. 
Warren, B., Canandaigua. 
Warriner, R. L., Harpersville. 
Waahbnrne, R. A., Yorkshire. 
Waterbury, A., Petersburg. 
Waterbury, R. A., Belmont. 
Waterhouse, O.W., Mt. Vernon. 
Way, S. P., Pitcher. 
Weatherby, J. W., Northeast. 
Webber, fl. W., Sl^ansvilie. 
Webber, J. 8.. Franklin. 
Webber, J. W., Peekskill. 
Webber, 8. 8., Halsey Valley. 
Webster, George, 8!indy Hill. 
Webster, J. D., Tally. 
Weed, E. P., Carthage. 
Weeks, Reuben, Sand Lake. 
Weeks, T. J., Newburgh. 
Welch, B. T.., D. D., Albany. 
Well man, L. L., MasonTille. 
Wells, A., Busti. 
Wells, W. A., Memphis. 
West, H., Walesville. 
Welslager, J. C, Brooklyn. 
Wescott, L, D. D., New York. 
Wescott, 8. N., Forestville. 
Weeden, J. C, Charleston. 
Wheeler, B., New York. 
Wheeler, J. L., Oswego. 
Wheelock, A., Fredonia. 
Whipple, A. B., Lansingburgh. 
Whiting, N. N., Brooklyn. 
Whij»ey, N., Breesport. 
Wilber, 8., Lafarge ville. 
Wilds, L. P., New York. 
Wilcox, A. J., Eden. 
Wilcox, H., Candor. 
Wilkins, A., Cortlandville. 
Wilkins, W., SemproniuR. 
Wilkinson, C, 8pringville. 
Wilkinoon, W. C, Tarrytown. 
Willard, E., Shushan*. 
Willard, George A., Harlem. 
Williams, A. C, Warsaw. 
Williams, B. F., Portlandville. 
Williams, C. C, E. New York. 
Williams, D. J., Prospect." 
Williams, O. A., Mt. Vernon. 
Wil lianas, P. J., Buffalo. 



Williams, R. Z., North Bay. 
Williams, W. R., D.D„N.York. 
Willis, 8. B., New York. 
WilIett,J., Bay Ridge. 
Willoughby, B. C, Kennedy. 
Willson, George, Akron. 
Wilson, M. v., Pulaski. 
Wines, W. H., Poughkeepsie. 
Winegar, R., Clifton Park. 
Winters, D. T., New York. 
Wixson, M. A., Eden. 
Wood, D., Yorkshire. 
Wood, Joshua, Cross River. 
Wood, L. L., Ogdensburg. 
Woodbury, D., Forestville. 
Woodin, Peter, Centre Square, 
Woodruff.L M.,Saratoga Sp'gs. 
Woods, H. C, Fayette ville. 
Woodsworth, A. B., Mott's Cor. 
Wright, E., Sidney Ceutre. 
Wright, Lyman, Binghampt*n. 
Wright, N.,.Delpht. 
Wright, 8., Glenn's Falls. 
Wright, W. D., New York. 
Wrightman, C. 8., Oyster Bay. 
Wyckoff, W. H., New York. 
Wyman, E. A., Essex. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Wallace, 8. 8., Greenville, 
Waldon, Lenton, Raleigh. 
Walker, W. 
Wallen, 8., Marshal. 
Walters, W. T. 
Warwick, Wm., Raleigh. 
Washburn, T., Grassy Creek. 
Weaver, Amos, Smithfield. 
Webb, G. M., Webb's Ford 
West, J, H., Davidson's River. 
West,W.C. 

Wheeler, J.. Bolesville. 
White, H. J., St. Johns. 
Whitt, J.. Bone Camp. 
Wilcox, F., Brinkleyville. 
Wild, J. R., Marshal. 
Wilkie, J. G., Lincolnton. 
Wilkoit, G. O., Norwood. 
Williams, A. B., Goldeboro'. 
Williams, D. B., Colerain. 
Williams, J., Rutherfordton. 
Williams, M., Biegle's Store. 
Willkie, G. J., Catawba Station. 
Willkie, J., Rutherfordton. 
Willkie, W. J., Bear Wallow. 
Wilson, G. W., Burnsville. 
Wilson, H. B. 

Wilson, J. C, Green Level. 
Wilson, N. W., Fayetteville. 
Wilson, 8., Egypt. [ton. 

Wingate, W.M.,D.D., Franklin- 
Winters, M. H., Cranberry, 
Wooten, R. W. 
Wright, D., Albemarle. 
Wright, J. D., Crab Tree. 

OHIO. 

Walker, J. W., Richmondale. 
Ward, H., Ren Rock. 
Warren, A. J., Mercervillo. 
Warring, W., Oberlin. 
Washington, 8., Zanenville. 
Watkins, 8. P., Litchfield. 
Watson, 8. F., Avon. 
Watson, W.B., Fredericktown. 



Waugh, L., North Camden. 
Webster, S. B., Painesville. 
Weatherby, J. W., Springfield. 
Weddell, P. M., Dayton. 
Wells, W. M., Racine. 
Wharton, D., Washington. 
Wharton, G. W., Middleburne. 
Wheaten, B., Allen's. 
Whitaker, J. G., Cambridge. 
Whitaker, R. R., W. Bedford. 
Whitney, L., La Grange. 
Wiant, A. J., Belief on taine. 
Wigton, T. J., Berksville. 
Williams, D. B., Thurman. 
Williams, R. R., Ada. 
Williams, 8., Springfield. 
Witter, H, H., Prospect. 
Wood, E. Gy Chestervifle. 
Wood, W. H., Penfield. 
Woodruff, L., Withamsville. 
Woodworth, J., Colebrook. 
Worrall, H. M., Columbia. 
Wright, I., North Camden. 
Wright, J.. N. Camden. 
Wyeth, W. N., Osborn. 

OREGON. 

Williams, Silas, Albany. 
Wilmot, W. 8., Jefferson. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 
Walker, H. D., Orangeville. 
Walker, J. G., Conshohocken. 
Ward, Ross, Sheakley ville. 
Warne, J. A., D.D., Frankford. 
Watrous, G. P., Covington. 
Watson, J. L., Canton. 
Webb, J. N., Titusville. 
Webster, Daniel, W. Newton. 
West, J., New Freeport. 
Wteston, H. G., D. D., Chester. 
Wheat, A. C, Milton. 
Wheat, H., Norris ville. 
Whitehead, W.M., N. Brittain. 
Williams, C, Allegheny City. 
Williams, D., Sharon. 
Williams, John, Pile Falls. 
Williams, J. B., Sharon. 
Winter, J., New Brighton. 
Winter, T., D. D.,Philadelphia. 
Wood, Wm. 8.. Doylestown. 
Woodburn,B F.,'Allegeny City. 
Woodruff, E., Butler. 
Wynn, Isaac, Uniontown. 
Wynn, Isaac C, Hatborough. 

RHODE ISLAND. 
Weaver, Silas J., Triverton. 
Wheeler, E. 8., Wakefield. 
Wightman, J. L., Hopkinton. 
Wood, A., D. D., Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Waddel, A., Beaufort. 
Walker, D., Beauford Bridge. 
Walker, Geo., Walker's. 
Wallace, W. L., Manning. 
Walters, W. E,, Anderson. 
Waters, W. O. 
Weaver, J. M., Friendfield. 
West, I. L., Chestnut Ridge. 
West, John, Whitstown. 
Whilden, B. W., Doko. 
Whilden.R. F., Whilden Hall. 



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White, P., Benafort. 
WilkiQfi, a. B., Leavenworth. 
Willbanks, S., Silver Glade. 
William?, J. 0., Salt Eetchie. 
Williams, W., D.D.,Greenvine. 
Williford, W., Stone's. 
Wilson, J. J., Silver Glade. 
Wilson, James, Piercetown. 
Wilson, S. 

Winkler, lfi.T.,D.D.,Charleston, 
Woodruff, Richard, Woodruff's. 
Woodward, J. A., Williston. 
Woodward, 8. C, 
Woodward,— , Little Pee Dee. 

TENNESSEE. 
Wallace, W. H.. Eascleville, 
Walne, T. J., Vicksburg. 
Wammock, B., Marfreeaboro*. 
Warmack, J. K. 
Washburn, £., Shady Hill. 
Webb, G. T., Shady Hill 
Webster, J. B., N. F. Union. 
Wheatley, J. N. 
Whitehead, K. F. 
Whitelaw, D. A., Brownville 
Whitlow, J. M., McMinnville. 
Whittle, M., Friendship. 
Williams, J. C. B. 
Williams, T.R. 
Willis, Henderson. 
Wilson, J. 

Wilson, N. L., Byhalia. 
Winfield, Martin. 
Womack, J. 

Wooten, Wm., Chulahoma. 
Wyrick, R. M., Cedar Ford. 

TEXAS. 
Walker, B., Waco. 
Wall. 8. F., Crockett. 
Wallick, J., Quitman. 
Ware, H. fl., Cedar Hill. 
Watson, Benj.. Farmersville. 
Webb, J. M., Keechi. 
West, W. C, Pilot Point. 
Westley, J. L. H., Mt. Carmel. 
White, B. F., Alvarado. 



ALABAMA. 
Yerby, T. J., Tuscaloosa. 

ARKANSAS. 
Yates, A., Princeton. 
Yeager, J. B., Holly Springs. 

[CALIFORNIA. 
Young, J. B., San Francisco. 

GEORGIA. 

Young, J. 

Young, John, Trion Factory. 

Young, J. R , Bairdsiown. 

ILLINOIS. 

Yalton, W., Lima. 
Yates, J. T., Troy. 
Yeager, J., Morrison. 
York, Richard, Jamestown. 
Young, F. L. M., Loda. 
Young, J. P. R., Edg ngton. 



Whitmore, J. H., Tyler. 

Williams, , Port Sullivan. 

Williams, J. D., Homer. 
Williams, Silas, Winnsboro'. 
Witham, O. R., Cleburne. 
Witt, Ell, Whitesboro'. 
Wood, E., Sherman. 
Wood, Harvey, Whitesboro'. 
Wood, H., Nacogdoches. 
Wray, D., Clark sville. 
Wright, A., Prairie Lea. 
Wright, B. L., Owensville. 
Wright, J. v., Midway. 
Wright, W. T., Madisonvllle. 

VERMONT. 

Walker, A. J., Andover. 
Walker, W. G., St. Albans. 
White, S. S., Willlamsville. 
Whiting, S. M., Windsor. 
Wilbur, W. N., Saxton's River. 
Wilcox. M. A., Burlington. 
Woodruff, A. N., E. Hnrdwick. 
Wright, J. K., Cornwall. 
Wrinkle, T., Groton. 
Woodbury, 8., W. Randolph. 

VIRGINIA. 

Wade, John, Blue Ridge. 
Walker, Holland, Free Shade. 
Walker, Joseph, Charlotte,C.H. 
Walker, J. L. B., Catawba. 
Wallace, I. T., Matthews C. H. 
Walthall, Jos. 8., Richmond. 
Ward, J. W., Smithfield. 
Walton, E. P., Baltimore. 
Watkins, H. W., Richmond. 
Watkins, J. T.. Genito. 
Wells, Richard, Manchester. 
Wells, 8. C. 

Wheeler, G., Stewartsville. 
White, R. F., Abington. 
White, 8., Lynchburg, [ford. 
Whitescarver, C. F., Mt. Craw- 
Whitescsrver, W. A., F. Union. 
Wiatt, W. E., Gloucester C. H. 
Wilkerson, W., Chincoteague. 

Young, D. G., Marion. 
YouDg, John, Polo. 

INDIANA. 
7oung, H., Tampico. 

lOAATA. 
Young, W., Charleston. 

KENTUCKY. 

Yeiser, D. E., Narrows Bridge. 

MICHIGAN. 

Younghusband, L., Mt. Clem- 
Yung, C, Detroit. [ens. 

MINNESOTA. 

Yergernon, L., Geneva. 
Young, J.L. M., Farmington. 

MISSISSIPPI. 
Young, C. B., Sardis. 



Williams, E. J., RnokenTille 
Williams, E. L., Durrettsville 
Williams, H., Jr., Petersburg. 
Williams, T. M., Mt. Zion. 
Williams, W. H., Staunton. 
Williams, W. K., Peterstown. 
William son, R.O.,Farnham Ch. 
Willis, E. J., Winchester. 
Willis, J. C, Germanna. 
Wills, J. P., Petersburg. 
Wilson, Matthew Amsterdam. 
Wilson, M. A., Oakdale. 
Winfree, D. B., Midlothian. 
WiuKfield.G. C.:N., Scottsville. 
Witherington,W.I.,Brookneal. 
Witt, Danl., D.D.,Rice's Depot. 
Wood, C. W., Fancy Grove. 
Wood, Zachariah,Earley8ville. 
Woodfin, Jos. G., Skinquarter. 
Woodson, D. A., Onancock. 
Woodson, Jo8huaA.,Ivy Depot. 
Wood ward, W.S., Baruhamv'le. 
Wyer, H. H., Warrenton. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Walker, W. P., Williamstown. 
Weeks, 8 L.,Kes8lerB X RMs. 
Wells, W. M., Racine, Ohio. 
Wharton, G.W.,Mlddlebourne, 
Williams, W.K., Peterstown. [0. 
Wood, Eli, Mountain Cove. 
Woods, P. A.. Ritchie C. H. 
Woofter, John, Troy. 

WISCONSIN. 

Wade, L., Lancaster. 
Wassil, J. C, Mazomaine. 
Webster, M. E., Argyle. 
Weeden, J C, Tomah. 
Wells, J. H., Fremont. 
Whitman, A., Oconomowoo. 
Wilder, C. H., Token Creek. 
Wiikins, J., Racine. 
Wood, N., Rio. 
Woods, U. W., Beloit. 
Work, P., Ripon. 
Wright, W.C.,Richland Centre. 



MISSOURI. 

Yates, J.. Stewartsville. 
Yeaman^. P., St. Louis. 
Yolton, W., Ashton. 



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Yerkes, D. J., D.D., Plainfield. 
Young, C. E.. Plainfield. 
Young, George, Stockton. 
Young, R. F., Haddonfield. 

NEW YORK. 

Yale, L.B., Guilford. 
Yocum, £. S.,Croton Landing 

NORTH CAROLINA. 

Ynrboro, J. H., Camp Call. 
Yarbrough, A., Lexington. 

OHIO. 
Yarnel, L , North Fairfield. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 

Young. William M., D. D., 
Pittsburg. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Youraana, J..N., Gillisonville. 



Young, v., Hodge's. 
Young, W., Martin's Depot. 

TENNESSEE. 
Yaden, J. N. Haynes. 
York, J. W., Miffin. 
Young, C. B., Sardis. 
Young, G. W., Durhamville. 



TEXAS. 
Young, L. D., St. Mary's. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Young, Henry, Charleston. 
Young, Thompson, ** 



ILLINOIS. 

Zook, D. G., Chicago. 
Zimmerman, P„ Sflver Creek. 



IOWA. 

Zimmerman, J. Z., Del. Cen- 
tre. 



MISSOURI. 
Zook, J. T. M., Avilla. 

OHIO. 
Zimmermtm, A. L., Sharon- 
ville. 

' PENNSYLVANIA. 
Zeigler, S. W., Lewiaburg. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 
Zealy, J. T., Newbery. 
Zeigler, L. G., Orangeburg. 

TEXAS. 
Zealy, J. T., Nayasota. 
Zeigler, J., Quitman. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 
Zinn, A., PhillippL 



SUNDAY-SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



Connecticut 

Florida, 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts.... 

Michigan 

Minnesota. 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

New Hampshire.. 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina..... 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina.... 

Tennessee , 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

West Virginia*..., 
Wisconsin 



119 



35 
637 

15 
100 



18 
219 
37 
64 
141 



176 
441 
187 
109 



354 
20 
97 
45 
19 
86 
425 
211 
25 



1,579 



211 

6,798 

178 



51 

1.904 

614 

949 

1,095 

41 

344 

405 

61 

906 

1,545 

4,521 

555 

1,060 

4,'966 
440 
922 
343 

"874 
5,074 
1,439 

219 



-,^27 

13,652 

363 

1,826 
54,799 

1,351 

9,635 

* 3,333 
353 

16,837 
4,068 
6,058 

10,294 

478 

2,526 

4,488 

323 

8,021 

18,068 

58,201 
7,602 
6,901 

39,529 
3,363 
7,213 
4,080 

"8,*435 

37,069 

9,276 

2,174 



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112,632 
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23,179 
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2,328 72 

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2,771 67 
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3,206 61 
32,056 91 



2,038 36 



17,389 30 
1,164 44 



2,752 15 

1,853 00 

3,003 28 

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PERIODICALS. 



American Baptist.. 



NAMIS. EDITORS. ISSCID. 

(Nathan Brown, D. D.. 
,.-< John Duer Weekly. 

(Bufus L. Perry 

Baptist J. R. Graves, LL. D... '* 

no«Ha* Ti /«««•• f William Putnam „ 

Baptist Tidmgs | g^ Cornelius 

Biblical Becorder *. J. H. Mills 

ceatr.1 B.ptut„.... {go™L"Foi:::::::::::: " 

Christian Era. Amos Webster " 

ChrUtlan HeriUd {j^SiT'^t^l™::: " 

Christian Index and S. W. Baptfst David Shaver, D. D... " 

Christian Secretary E. Cushman " 

Cottage Visitor N. Bowen " 

East Tennessee Baptist Dr. D. M. Breaker *' 

{Stephen Hilton 

S. G. Cheever « «* 

E. C. Anderson 

Examiner and Chronicle E. Bright, D. D " 

Journal and Messenger T. J. Melish " 

Lousiana Baptist Dr. F. Courteney " 

Missionary Baptist Rev. T. H. Compere... " 

National Baptist L.Moss, D.D " 

fA. L. Stovell.. 



T. P. Montgomery- 



North Mississippi Baptist..... 

T>Aii*»{»i-.a TT^..i^ }j. B. Jeter,"l). D..*! 

Religious Herald |^ E Dickinson.. 

J.A.Smith, D. D.. 



Standard.. 



Leroy Church.. 
J. B. Link- 



Texas Baptist Herald.. 

Watchman and Reflector J. W. olmstead, D. D. 

Western Recorder {j/w.'Bust.^.T.v.:::;.*::;;; 

Working Christian Tilman R. Gaines ! 

wi^„,- A j-«««A^ f J. W. Colcord 

Zion s Advocate ^ ^^ ^ gj^^i,^^^ j^ j^ 



WHK&l PUBUSHXD. 

New York N. T. 

Memphis .Tenn. 

Detroit Mich. 

Raleigh N. C. 

St. Louis Mo. 

Boston........ Mass. 

Tuscumbia Ala. 

Atlanta. Ga. 

Hartford Conn. 

Hendersonville,N.C. 
Knoxville Tenn. 

San Francisco.... Cal. 

New York N.Y. 

Cincinnati O. 

Mt Lebanon La. 

Corsicana Texas. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Tupelo Miss. 

Richmond .Va. 

Chicago Ill 

Houston ..Texas. 

Boston Mass. 

Louisville .....Ky. 

Yorkville S.C. 

Portland Me. 



Kind Words, the Child's Delight... < g goykin 

^o-* ««•«-' {?*5^:gfSo?:.?: 

Baptist Missionary Magazine S. F. Smith, D. D..... 

f Jos. Shackelford. 
Baptist Sentinel.. ■{ J. M. Phillips 

(T. T. Eaton 

Baptist Teacher if' ^ Peltz 



I- S-jif^***'^' ^' ^•'semi.monthly.Memphis Tenn. 



A. E. Dickinson. 

B»p«»t Visitor {?;i!a"::r.: 

Der Muntere Saemann, (German).. P. W. Bickel 

Der Sendbote, (German) P. W. Bickel 

Home and Foreign Journal 

Macedonian and Record 



Beren Orllewinol,( Welsh) R. Edwards 

Bhiloh Herald Henry Williams, Jr... 

Sunbeam Ruftis L. Perry 

West Virginia Record J. B. Hardwicke 

Bible Advocate. 



Baptist Quarterly H. G. Weston, D. D... 

Baptist Secretary. 



Canadian Baptist. H. Lloyd 

Christian Messenger S. Soldon 

Christian Visitor L E. Bell 

Le Monltenr T. Amyrauld 



Philadelphia Pa. 

Monthly. Boston Mass. 

" Lexington Ky. 

Philadelphia Pa. 

" Dover Del. 

•« Cincinnati O. 

«« Cincinnati 0. 

" Richmond Va. 

„ ("New York ..N.Y. 

1 Boston Mass. 

" Pottsville Pa. 

" Petersburg Va. 

" New York N. Y. 

" Parkersburg,WestV. 

(Quarterly. New York ^N. Y. 

" Philadelphia Pa. 

" Richmond Va. 

Weekly. Toronto Ontario. 

Halifax N. 8. 

" St. John N. B. 

" Granby Quebec. 



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ANNIVERSARIES IN 1870. 



GENERAL ORGANIZATIONS. 



VAMKg. 

American Baptiijt Missionary Union 

American Baptist Home Mission Society 

American Baptist Publication Society 

American Bible Union 

American Baptist Free Mission Society 

American Baptist Historical Society 

Consolidated American Baptist Convention. 
Southern Baptist Conyention 



PLACK OF MEEnira. 
To be named by Board 



Cincinnati I 

To be named by Board 

Wilmington. N. C 

LouisYille, Ky. 



DATS. 

May 24..., 
May 25.... 
May 26.... 



I o be fixed 

May — 

Sept. 22 

May 6 



BECEIPT8, 

1869. 
$ 196,897 67 
144,032 05 
272,160 63 
58,368 80 
17,222 64 



21,213 67 
41,871 96 



$751,767 06 



STATE ORGANIZATIONS. 



Alabama Baptist Convention 

Arkansas ** " 

California " « 

Connecticut " " 

Florida " " 

Georgia " « 

Illinois Baptist General Association 

Indiana " " " 

Iowa " " " 

Kansas " " « 

Kentucky General ABsociation 

Louisiana Baptist Convention* 

Maine " " 

Haryland Union Association ~ 

Massachusetts Baptist Convention 

Michigan " « 

Minnesota " " 

Mississippi « " 

Missouri Genera] Association 

l^ebtaska Bai)tist Convention 

New Hampshire Baptist Convention 

New Jersey ** " 

New York « " 

New York Baptist Education Society.^ 

N.T.Baptist Union for Ministerial Education 

North Carolina Baptist Convention 

North Carolina General Association 

North Carolina Convention (Western) 

Ohio Baptist Convention 

Oregon " " 

Pennsylvania Greneral Association 

Pennsylvania Baptist Education Society 

Bhode Island Baptist Convention 

South Carolina ** •* 

Tennessee (West)" " 

Tennessee General Association 

Texas Baptist Convention 

Texas General Association 

Texas Baptist S. S. and Colp. Convention 

Vermont Baptist Convention 

Virginia General Association... 

Virginia Baptist Convention 

West Virginia General Association* 

Wisconsin Baptist Convention 



Opelika.. 



Oakland 

New Britain.. 



Newnan.. 

Greenville 

Huntinedon 

Des Momefi 

Lawrence 

Louisville 

Minden , 

Portland , 

Baltimore , 

To be deeig. by Board. 
To be deslg. by Board. 

Anoka , 

Okalona , 

St. Louis 



To be desig by Board. 

Bridgeton 

To be desig. by Board. 
Hamilton 



Holly Springs.. 
Columbus. 



Pittsburgh 

Lewisburg 

Providence 

Greenville 

Trenton 

Clarksville 

Brenham 

Paris 

Chappel Hill 

Hydesville 

Norfolk 

Fredericksburg .. 

Buffalo 

Delaware 



Nov. ll.. 



April 5... 
Oct. ... 



April 22.. 
Oct. 14.... 
Oct. 26.... 
Oct. 21.... 
June 9.... 

May 2 

July 1 

June 21.. 

Nov. 9 

Oct. 26.... 

Oct. 7 

Oct. 4 

June 2.... 
Sept. 29.. 



Oct. 16.. 
Oct 26.. 
Nov, 9... 
Aug. 2... 



Oct. 15... 
Oct. 20... 



Oct. 18 ) 

June 27... j 

April 26 

June 23 

Nov. 11.... 

Septs 8 

Oct. 1 

July 22... 

Julys 

Oct. 9 

June 2..... \ 

May 9 ; 

Sept. 30 

Sept. 22 



3,855 89 

762 30 

364 25 

23,446 78 

1,090 60 
11,506 17 
235,581 67 
17,442 18 
17.135 72 
30,393 75 
11,952 21 

1,306 45 
16,697 67 

4,364 82 

628,031 97 

75,946 07 

12,734 41 

2,015 00 
36,830 16 

4,530 18 
84,700 58 
99,944 46 

331,680 49 



9,970 96 
63,518 97 

225,560 13 

22,197 85 
1,267 46 

614 64 
6,697 82 



4,271 01 

24,660 38 

12,689 28 
20,740 84 

$2,780,938 35 

The receipts are very imperfect, but include a>l reported in the documents received. 
The aggregate in the severa States does not include monies reported in receipts of general 
organizations. 



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DENOMINATIONS IN UNITED STATES. 



DSNOUINATIONS. ] 



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Baptists, Regular. 

Baptists, Freewill 

Baptists, Seventh Day 

Disciples (Gampbellites), about 

Church of God (Winebrennarians), about 

Congregationalists 

Cumberiatid Presbyterians 

Friends, about 

Lutheraur ^ 

Methodist Episcopal... ^... 

Methodist Episcopal, South 

Methodist Episcopal, African, about. 

Methodist Episcopal, African, Zion 

Methodist Protestant 

Presbyterian '. 

Protestant Episcopal 

Reformed 

United Brethren 



15,143 

1,876 

75 

5,000 

400 

2,320 



8,787 

1,141 

82 



350 
3,168 
3,600 



3,417 
12,048 



440 
3,633 



1,933 
*8,830 

2,495 
500 
694 
423 

4,229 

2,689 
551 
864 



1,222,349 

66.691 

7,336 

600,000 

30.000 
300,362 
130,000 

97,000 
387,746 
tl,298,93g 
535,681 
200,000 
164,000 

72,000 
428,463 
205,628 

59,608 
108,122 



• They have also 10,340 local preachers, who are not returned as ordained ministers. 
t This includes 1,114,712 in full connection, and 184,226 on probation. 



EATBS OF POSTAGE. 

The rate of postage on letters to any part of United States, three cents per half ounce, prepaid 

Transient newspapers, pamphlets, proof sheets, book manuscripts, sample cards, photo- 
graph cards, cards, maps, blanks, blank paper, engravings, envelopes, seeds, roots, scions, 
and printed matter (except circulars and books), rated at two cents for every four ounces, 
or fraction thereof, prepaid. 

Double the above rates charged Tor books. 

Unsealed circulars, one (and not exceeding three in number) in one envelope, to one 
address, two cents, and in that proportion for a greater number to one address, prepaid. 
Circulars, when enclosed with other matter, subjects the whole package to letter postage. 
. To Canada and the British Provinces, six cents per half ounce, prepaid, ten unpaid. 

To Newfoundland, ten cents per half ounce; must be prepaid. 

To Great Britain and Ireland.— Letters, six cents per half ounce, with a fine of six cents per 
letter on unpaid or insufficiently paid letters received in this country. Newspapers, two 
cents each. Book packets and samples, two cents per one ounce, four cents per two ounces, 
and six cents per four ounces. 

To France.— Letters, ten cents per half ounce, prepaid. Newspapers, two cents each. Book 
packets and samples, four cents per four ounces. Direct mail every Monday and alternate 
Friday. Letters, if unpaid, sent via England four times a week. 

To German States direct — Letters (prepayment optional,) per half ounce, or fraction 
thereof, ten cents; newspapers, three cents; books, etc., per four ounces or fraction, six 
cents. To Germany, via England, letters are fifteen cents per ounce; papers, four cents, 
and books, etc., eight cents per four ounces. 

To Sweden direct. — Letters, if pre]^id, fourteen cents*; if not prepaid, sixteen cents, not 
exceeding half ounce; newspapers, eight cents; books, eleven cents per four ounces. 

To Denmark direct. — Letters, if prepaid thirteen cents, if not sixteen cents per half ounce, 
and fraction; newspapers, six cents; books, etc., ten cents per ounce, or fraction. 

To East Indies, via San Francisco.-— Letters (must be prepaid), ten cents, not exceeding 
half ounce; newspapers, two cents; books, etc., eight cents per four ounces. 

To China, by American packet, via San Francisco.— Letters (prepaid), ten cents, not ex- 
ceeding half ounce; newspapers, two cents; books, etc., four cents per four ounces. 

To Liberia, via England.— Letters (prepaid), not exceeding half ounce, sixteen cents; 
papers, four cents; books, twelve cents per four ounces. 

The postage on all letters to be forwarded by mail to any part of the United States, or to 
any foreign country to which prepayment is required, mtist be prepaid by postage stamps. 
Letters deposited without being properly prepaid will be sent immediately to the Dead 
Letter Office at Washington. 



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