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GENESIS AND MODERN SCIENCE. 

Illustrated with astronomical plates, a fine astronomical photograph, 

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A carefully written treatise, based upon the Nebular Hypothesis, and demonstrating the 
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Delufire, by means of full and exhaustive references to most recent discoveries in astronomy 
and fireology, and also by numerous citations of authorities in paleontology, botany, zo51ogy, 
anthropology, and other sciences. 

OUTLINES OF A PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION. 

Based on Psychology and History. By AUGUSTE Sabatier. 348 pages. 
$2.00. 

The threefold purpose of this work is to deal with Religion and its Origin, Christianity 
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Psychological Origin and the Nature of Religion, Religion and Revelation, Miracle and 
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A Manual Concerning the Worship of the Church. By the Rev. J. A. 
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Prof, of Hebrew and Greek. 

Prof, of New Testament Literature. 

Prof, of Ecclesiastical Polity and Law. 

Prof, of Ecclesiastical History. 

Prof, of Pastoral Theolofify. 

Prof, of Dogmatic Theology. 

Prof, of Evidences of Revealed Relif^on. 

Prof, of Old Testament Literature. 

Adjunct Prof, of Pastoral Theolojry. 

Prof, of Moral Theology and Christian Philosophy. 

Instructor in the Use of the Voice. 

Instructor in Church Music. 



The next Acadetnical Year will begin Wednesday, September 2ist, 1898. 

The Students live in the buildings. Furnished room, board, coal, gas, and 
care of room, $225.00 per annum, payable semi-annually. 

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EPISCOPAL 
THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL 



CAMBRIDGE, MASS, 

FACULTY : 



Rev. GEORGE HODGES, D.D., Dtan, 

Homiletics and Pastoral Care, Polity 
and LitUTfncs. 

Rev. P. H. STEENSTRA, D.D., 

Interpretation of the Old Testament. 

Rev.MAXIMILI AN LINDSAY KELLNER, 
D.D.. 

Old Testament Lanj^uages. 



Rev. A. V. G. ALLEN, D.D., 
Ecclesiastical History. 

Rev. HENRY SYLVESTER NASH.D.D., 
Interpretation of the New Testament. 

Rev. EDWARD STAPLES DROWN, B.D., 
Systematic Theology. 

Mr. J. J. HAYES, Elocution. 



Access without charge to the libraries of Harvard University and to many 
courses of special lectures. Men prepared to meet present problems, theological 
and social. Opportunities for city mission work in Boston under experienced 
direction. For catalogues or other information address the Dean. 



THE SOCIETY FOR 

THE INCREASE OF 

THE MINISTRY. 

Founded A. D. 1857. 



President, Rt. Rev. John Williams, D. D., 
Middletown, Conn. 

Recording Secretary, Rev. T. R. Pvnchon, 
D. D., Hartford, Conn. 

Corresponding Secretary, Rev. F. D. Hos- 
KiNS, Hartford, Conn. 

Treasurer, Jambs Boltbk, Esq., Hartford, 
Conn. 

This Society provides Scholarships for Stu- 
dents preparing for the Ministry of the Church. 

Il confines its work to those who are taking 
a full academic course in approved Colleges, or 
the prescribed Seminary Course, being College 
graduates. 

For the last twelve months there have been 
over ninety applicants. The Church greatly 
needs such an agency. 

Contributions from parishes and individuals 
asked for. 

Address Rev. F. D. HOSKINS, 

Hartford, Conn. 



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DIVINITY 

SCHOOL 

MIDDLETOWN, CONN. 

FACULTY : The Rt Rev. Tomr Williams. 
D.D.. LL.D., Dean. Doctnnal and Pastoral 
Theology, and the Prayer-Book. The Rev. 
John Binnbv, D.D., Suh-Dean^ Hebrew and 
the Literature and Interpretation of the Old 
Testament, and Chaplain. The Rev. Will- 
iam Allen Johnson, M.A., Church History. 
The Rev. Sylvester Clarke, D.D., Christ- 
ian Evidences and Homiletics. The Rev. 
John H. Bakdour, M.A., the Literature and 
Interpretation of the New Testament, and 
Librarian. The Rev. Francis T. Russell, 
D.D., Elocution. 

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term, beginninj^ in September and ending in 
June. There is a recess at Christmas, and 
another at Easter. 

Expenses: Tuition is free, as also are the rooms 
in the School Buildings, where provision is 
made for about 30 students. For mformation 
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THE UNIVERSITY 

OF THE SOUTH 

SEWANEE, TENN. 



Right Reverend Thomas U. Dudley, D.D., Chancellor. 

B. Lawton Wiggins, M.A., V ice-Chancellor, 

and Administrative Head. 



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THE SEWANEE GRAMMAR SCHOOL prepares Boys for 
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The Rev. EDWARD T. BARTLETT, S.T.D., Dkan, Professor of Ecclesiastical History. 
I'he Rev. FLEMING JAMES, D.D., Professor of Homilctics and Pastoral Care. 
The Rev. EZRA P. GOULD, S.T.D., Professor of New Testament Literature and Language. 
The Rev. LORING W. BATTEN. A.B., Ph.D., Professor of Old Testament Literature and 

Language. 
The Rev. RICHARD W. MICOU, D.D., Professor of Systematic Divinity. 
The Rev. JOHN FULTON, D.D., LL.D., Lecturer on Canon Law. 
The Rev. LUCIEN M. ROBINSON, A.B., Instructor in Liturgies. 

The next Academical Year will begfin September 30, 1897* Advanced Courses 
for Graduates of this and other Theological Seminaries. 

For information, address The Dean, at the School, 

50TH Street and Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia. 



TRINITY COLLEGE 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Trinity Term opens February 5th, 
1898. Commencement, June 23d. 
Christmas Term, 1898, opens Septem- 
ber 13th with examinations for admis- 
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apply to the President or to the Secre- 
tary of the Faculty. 

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I HE ONLY CHURCH COLLEGE NORTH 

OF THE OHIO AND WEST OF 

THE ALLEGHANIES. 

Preparatory, Collejii^iate, and Theological De- 
partments. Three complete courses of study— 
Classical, Philosophical, and Scientific— are 
offered In the College. 
For information address 

President WM. F. PEIRCE, 

Gambibr, Ohio. 

ST. STEPHEN'S 
COLLEGE. 

ANNANDALE, N. Y. 

St. Stephen's College is a Training College 
for the Ministry of the Diocese of New Yorlc. 
There are two courses of Study:— One the 
regular CoUeKe Course for the Degrve of B. A.- 
the other embracing those studies prescribed by 
the Canons for the Candidates for Orders. 

Board, washing, fuel, lighu, and partly tur* 
dished rooms, $335 for the academic year. 

Next commencement will uke place June Ot 
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The distinctive characteristic of the school is its genuine home life and the careful attention 
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Everything modern and Hrst-class. 
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The Rev. Chas. E. Taylor, S.T.B., 

Warden. 

ST. MATTHEWS 
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POCANTICO HILLS, NEW YORK. 

This beautiful esute of fourteen acres is 
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Mr. John D. Rockefeller, two miles back of 
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^THE PHILLIPS 
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115th year. Eighty Scholarships awarded to 
students of high standing. Six important build- 
ings added since 1872. For Catalogue and Illus- 
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HARLAN P. AMEN, Principal, 

Exete r, N. H. 

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Military Academy 

A first-class school with handsome buildings, 
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BusTLETON, near Philadelphia, Pa. 

A school of the highest class in an excep- 
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** A thorough and honest school • the kind of 
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their sons."— Bishop Whitakhr. 

Moderate terms. Reduction to sons of clergj'- 
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ALBAN'S ACADEMY. 

KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS. - 

A Military Boarding School for Boys of all ages. 
Accommodations and equipments first<class. 
Separate home for younger boys. For informa- 
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A. H. NovES, B.A ., Su perintendent. 

Cheltenham Academy. 

On the summit of the Chelten Hills, near 
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Princeton, Cornell, Lehigh and the Univ. 
OF Pa. (f6oo ; no extras.) Illustrated circular. 
John C. Rice, Ph.D., Principal. 

Episcopal High School 

NEAR ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. 
Founded in iS^ra. The diocesan School for Boys 
of the three Virginia dioceses. Session opens 
fourth Wednesday in September. Catalogues 
sent on application. 
L. M. BLACKFORD, M.A. , Principal. 

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nearness to the city, and through our New York Annex. 

At the Annex post graduates reside through the school year (properly chaper- 
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VIRGINIA FEMALE 
INSTITUTE. 

DIOCESAN SCHOOL. 

STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. 
Mrs. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart, Principal. 
Session of nine months— from middle of Sep- 
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February i. Art, Music and the Languages re- 
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order. Numbers limited. Expenses reasonable. 
For Catalogue, apply to the Princip al. 

ST. JOHN BAPTIST 
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Under the care 0/ the Sisters 0/ St. John 

Baptist. 

Resident and Day School for Girls. Pupils are 

prepared for college examinations, or may take 

an elective course. Advantages in Music, Art 

and Modern Languages. Terms $300 to $500. 

Addr ess THE SIS TER SUPERIOR. 

BISHOPTHORPE. 

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from New York. Number limited. Regular 
and elective courses or preparation for college. 
Instruction in Music, Art, and Physical Culture. 
30th year. For circulars, address 

MiM Albrrta Oakley, B.L., Principal. 

TLfRS. LESLIE MORGAN'S BOARDING 
AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 
13 and IS West 86th Street, New York. Thorough 
English from Kindergarten ihrouf h Tollege Pre- 
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feature ; also conversational French and German. 
Hems and Ckaftronage for special stuAents. 



ST. MARY'S HALL 

FOR GIRLS, 
FARIBAULT, MINN. 

Thirty-second year. Terms, $350 per year. 

PUPILS PREPARED FOR COLLEGE. 
Rt. Rev. H. B. Whipple, D.D., LL.D., Rector. 

Miss Cornelia Wright Eells, Principal. 

For catalogue, address St. Mary's Hall, 
Faribault, Minn. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL. 

6 and 8 East 46TH Street, 
NEW YORK. 

A Boarding and Day School for Girls undet 
the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary. 

Primary and Preparatory Departments. 

Pupils prepared for College Examinations. 
Advanced courses of study in English, Science, 
I^tin, Greek, Modern Languages, Art Culture 
and Music. For particulars, address 

THE SISTER SUPERIOR. 

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL 

FOR GIRLS. 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA. 

Fifty-sixth School Year. Special attention 
paid to Physical Culture and Hygiene. Ad- 
dress the Rector, Rev. B. Smedbs, D.D. 



THE 

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NORWALK, CONN. 

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MRS. PIATT'S SCHOOL 

FOR GIRLS. 

UTICA, N. Y. 
The next term begins T hursday, January 6, 
1898. Applications should be made early. 

Bishop Robertson Hall. 

1607-17 S. CoMPTON Ave., ST. LOUIS, MO. 

A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL 
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ST. LUKE'S HOME 

89TH street and MADISON 
AVENUE. 

Donations for current expenses and 
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ROOMS MAY BE EXDOWKD. 

JOHN H. CASWELL, Treasurer. 
No. 87 Front St., New York. 




WOODSIDE SEMINARY 

FOR GIRLS. Hartford, Conn. 

Address for circulars, 
Miss SARA J. SxMITH, Principal. 

Miss MITTLEBERGER'S 

SCHOOL 

FOR GIRLS. 

No. 1020 PROSPECT STREET, 
CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

Prepares for all Colleges open to 
women. Second term begins Februar)' 2, 
1898. 



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vahiablehclpinemphasizingandrefreshingone's 
memories of cathedrals. Each card contains 
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PAOK 

Abbreviations used in the Clergy Li:>t. 814 

Aiab&ma, Diocese of 01 

Alaska, ** tW 

Albany, " 04 

Almanac for 1898 8 

" 1899 10 

Alphabetical Index to ConsecraLious 

and Ordinations fur 1897 282 

American Church Building Fund Com- 
mission 48 

Anglican Communion, Bishops of 396 

Arizona, Diocese of 69 

Arkansas, '* 70 

Asheville, " 71 

Astronomical Calculations for 1898 — 5 



Convention, General, Officers of 46 

Cuba, Mission in 266 

Dallas. Diocese of 9^ 

Deaconesses 60 

Deaths in the Episcopate 806 

Delaware, Diocese of 96 

Depositions 867 

Devotional Societies und Guilds 56 

Dioceses and Parishei^ 61 

" by States and 'ierriiorics, In- 
dex to 44 

Diocesan Statistics for 1897 274 

Domestic and Foreign Missionary So- 
ciety 47 

Duluth, Diocese of 98 



East Carolina, Diocese of 99 

Easton, Diocese of 102 



Bishops of the American Church in tlte 

Order of their Consecration 311 

Bishops of the American Church, Sue- , _ ,. . ^ ^^^ 

cession of, since Seabury 307 Eclipses for 1898 5 

Bishops of the Anglican Communion : ' E«lucutlpnal Societies 49 

I. Church of England 2JC> i S'"^®*""^*??' Ynyp^v LeHsons for 41 

II. Church of Ireland 29 J ' England, Church of, Bishops of 296 



UI. Church in Scotlan.l 290 

IV. Cliurch lo India and the Colonies 299 
V. Church of England in Foreign 

Parts 8013 

VI. Church in the United States.... SOy 
VII. American Church In Foreign 

Parts 30r> 

Braxil. Mission in 264 

Brief Notes of Principal Books of 1897 284 
Brotherhoods 57 



Financial Societies 56 

Florida, Diocese of 104 

Fond da Lac, Diocese of 106 

Fund for "Relief of Widows and Or- 
phans of Deceased Clergymen, etc. 48 



General Convention, Officers of 45 

*' " Commissions and 

Committees of 45 

General Institutions 47 

General Theological Seminary 47 

California, Diocese of '^^ t^Zf^'^^^^Tx^ Jfifi 

Central nJj w York, Diocese of 76 ^'r.^f^?L?y«S!?.°i'J:: -^ 



Calculations for 1898. , 



Pennsylvania, 



79 



Guilds and Societies .. 53 



Chaplaincies in Europe 272 

Chicago, Diocese of 8J 

China Mission 265 

Chronological Cycle»», 1898 5 

Church Commission for Work among 

Colored People "^ ' r . ^ 

Churcli Events, 1897, Survey of 4i , Index to_Dloceses according to States 



' Hairi, The Church in 271 

Hours of Services of Churches and 
Chapels In City of New York 868 

I Idaho, Diocese of 263 

Illinois, Province of HI 



Church Periodicals 2 »4 

4o, 



and Territories 44 



i 



Church University Boird of Regents. 4o . Indiana, Diocese of Ill 

Churches and Chapels in tlie City of Institutions and Societies : 

New York, and their usual Hours I. Educational 49 

of Services :)(>> H- Missionary 52 

Clergy List JM.") HI. Guilds and Societies 53 

> ^ *» Resident in City of New York. 372 , IV. Devotional 56 

% Colorado, Diocese of 87 V. Financial 56 

\ Commissions and Committees appoint- VI. Miscellaneous 57 

ed by General Convention 4") 

Connecticut, Diocese of 80 

Consecrations and Ordinations, 1897.. 276 
Contributions to Foreign and Domestic 
^ Missions for 1897 273 



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; Iowa, Diocese of 113 

Ireland, Church of. Bishops of 298 

I Japan Mission 267 

Kalendar for 1898 . 



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PAGE 

Kalendar for 1899 11 

Kansas, Diocese of 116 

Kentucky ** 119 

Lent, Proper Lessons for 38 

Lessons, Dally, for 1808 14 

*' forLent,1898 38 

" for Ember-days, 1898 41 

" for Rogation-days, 1898 41 

Lexington, Diocese of 121 

Long Island, " 123 

LosAngeles, ** 127 

Louisiana, " 129 



Maine, Diocese of 131 ' 

Marquette, " 133; 

Maryland, " ,134 1 

Massachusetts,** 139 t 

Mexico, Reformed Church in 270 

Michigan, Diocese of 145 



Milwaukee, 

Minnesota, 

Mississippi, 

Missouri, 

Montana, 



148 
151 
156 
158 
160 



Moon, Phases of, 1898 6 

Nebraska, Diocese of 161 

Necrology 363 

Nevada, Diocese of 164 

New Hampshire, Diocese of 166 

New Jersey, *' 168 

New Mexico, " 1?2 

New York, •* 173 

" City Churclies and Chapels, 

and usual Hours of 8er\'ices 368 

New York,re8idH Clergy and Addresses 372 

Newark, Diocese of 1S4 

North Carolina, Diocese of 187 

North Dakota, ** 189 , 

Northern California, *' 191 

Notes for the Year 1899 .* 10 

Ohio. Diocese of 192 

Oklanoma and Indian Territory, Dio- 
cese of 196 

Olympia, Diocese of 197 

Ordinations for 1S1»7 276 

Oregon, Diocese of 199 



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Pennsylvania, Diocese of 201 

Pittsburgh, ** 210 

Postal Rates 295 

Prayer Book Distribution Society 48 

Preface .' 2 

Presiding Bishops, List of 810 

Proper Lessons for Lent, Rogation, and 

Ember days, 1898 38 

Quincy, Diocese of 213 

Religious Orders 57 

Restorations 367 

Return, Form of facing 362 

Rhode Island, Diocese of 214 

Rogation-days, 1898, Proper Lessons.. 41 

Scotland, Church in, Bishops of 299 

Sisterhoods 57 

Societies not under the General Con- 
vention 47 

South Carolina, Diocese of 217 

" Dakota, " 219 

Southern Florida, ** 222 

Ohio, " 224 

*' Virginia, " 227 

Spokane, ** 230 

Springfield, '* 232 

Statistics fora897 274 

Succession of Bishops in American 

Church 307 

Sun, the (mean time), 1898 7 

Tennessee, Diocese of 234 

Texas, " 237 

The Platte, " 239 

Utah, Diocese of 164 

Vermont, Diocese of 241 

Virginia, ** 243 

Washington, Diocese of 246 

West Missouri, " 249 

" Virginia, ** 251 

Western Africa, Mission in 269 

" Colorado, Diocese of 165 

MIchifiran, " 254 

" New York, " 256 

Texas, ** 260 

Wyoming, ** ........ 261 



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CALCULATIONS FOR THE YEAR OP OUR LORD 1898. 



Dominical Letter.. 

Bpact. 

Lmiar Cycle or Golden Namber. 



Chronological Cycles— 1898. 



B I Solar Cycle 8 

7 Roman Indiction 11 

18 I Julian Period 6611 



Equinoxes and Solstices— 1898. 

d. h. 

Vernal Eqninox— Spring begins ". March 20 9 a.m. 

Summer Solstice— Summer begins June 21 6 " 

Autumnal Eqninox— Autumn Degins September 22 7 p.m. 

Winter Solstice— Winter begins December 21 2 " 

New York mean time. 

Chronological Eras. 

The year 1806 corresponds to the year 7406-07 of the Byzantine Era ; to 5668-60 of the Jewish 
Era, the year 5659 beginning at sunset on September 16th : to 2651 since the Foundation of Rome, 
according to Varro; to 2674 of the Olympiads (the second year of the 669th Olympiad beginning 
July 1,1898); to ^58 of the Japanese Bra; to 1815-16 of the Mohammedan Era, the year 1816 
besdnning on May 22, 1898. The 123d year of the Independence of the United States of America 
begins on July 4, 1898. 

Eclipses— 1898. 

In the year 1896 there will be six eclipses, three of the Sun and three of the Moon, as follows : 
I. A partial eclipse of the Moon January 7th, visible in the eastern portions of North and South 
America, and in Europe, Asia and Africa. All dates are in local mean time. 



Places. 


Moon Enters Shadow. 


Middle of Eclipse. 


Boston 


d. h. m. 
January 7 7 8.5 p.m. 
"76 61.6 
"76 47.0 

7 6 41.2 

7 6 89 8 
"75 57.1 
"75 47.3 
"74 47.7 


h. m. 

7 61.0 P.M. 

7 39.0 

7 84.4 

7 28.6 

7 26.8 

6 44.6 

6 84.8 

6 85.2 


New York 

PhUadelphia 

Baltimore 

Washington 

Chicago 


New Orleans 

Denver 



Moon Leaves Shadow. 



h. 


m. 


8 


89.0 P.M. 


8 


27.0 


8 


22.4 


8 


16.6 


8 


14.8 


7 


82.6 


7 


22.8 


6 


28.2 



Magnitude of the eclipse, 0.157 of the Moon's diameter on the southern limb. The point of 
first contact with the shadow will be 169*» from the nortJiem point of the Moon's limb toward the ecut. 

II. A total eclipse of the Sun January 21st, invisible in America. The path of central or total 
eclipse passes through the central parts of Afiica, India, and western China, and terminates at 
sunset in* eastern Siberia. As a partial eclipse it will be visible over the southern and eastern 
portions of Europe, and over nearly the whole of Asia and Africa. 

in. A partial eclipse of the Moon July 8d, Invisible in America. 

rv. An annular ecliose of the Sun July 18th, visible in the South Pacific, northern New 
Zealand, Patagonia, Southern Chili and the Argentine Republic. 

y. A partial eclipse of the Sun December 12th-13th. visible only in the Antarctic Ocean. 

Vl. A total eclipse of the Moon December 27th, visible throughout North and South America, 
Europe, Asia and Africa. The magnitude of this eclipse is 1 .884 times the Moon's diameter. The 
times of l)eginning and ending for several places in this country are as follows: 



PLACEi. 


Moon Enters 
Shadow. 


Total Eclipse 
Begins. 


Middle of 
Eclipse. 


Total Eclipse 
Ends. 


Moon Leaves 
Shadow. 


Portland, Me 

Boston 


d. h. m. 
Dec. 27 6 6.5 P.M. 
" 5 8.5 " 
" 4 51.5 " 
" 4 46.9 " 
" 4 89.3 " 


h. m. 
6 16.5 P.M. 
6 13.5 " 
6 1.6 " 
6 66.9 " 
5 49.8 " 
5 7.1 " 
4 57.8 '* 
4 .^6.7 " 


h. m. 

7 1.1 P.M. 

6 58.1 *' 
6 46.1 " 
6 41.6 " 
6 82.9 " 
6 61.7 " 
5 41.9 " 
5 41.8 " 
4 42.3 " 


h. m. 
7 45.7 P.M. 
7 42.7 " 
7 80.7 " 
7 26.1 " 
7 18.5 " 
6 86.3 " 
6 26.6 " 
6 26.9 " 
5 26.9 " 


h. m. 

8 65.4 P.M. 

8 68.1 " 


New York 


8 40.4 " 


Philadelphia 

Washingttm 

Chicago 


8 85.8 " 
8 28.2 " 
7 46.0 " 


New Orleans 




7 86.2 " 


St. Louis 




7 85.6 *' 


Denver 




6 86.6 " 


San Francisco 






5 26.7 ** 













The first contact with the sliadow will take place at 112'' from the northern point of the Moon's 
limb towards the «£»^ ^- ---, ^ 

5 



THE MOON^S PHASES, 1898. 
{Local Mean Tinu.) 



New York. 




jANUAr.T . 



iFull Moon 7 

Last Quarter • 15 

New Moon 22 

.Firnt Quarter | 29 



Febkuahy. 



Full Moon.... 
I Last Quarter. . 

XewM«>on 

j First Quarter. 



6 

13 
20 



h. m. 

7 28 P.M. 

10 49 A.M. 

2 28 A.M. 

9 36 A.M. 

1 28 P.M. 
7 88 P.M. 

2 44 P.M. 
G 17 A.M. 



Charleston. 



b. m. 

7 5 P.M. 

10 2« A.M. 

2 5 A.M. 

9 18 A.M. 

1 5 P.M. 

7 15 P.M. 

2 21 P.M. 

5 M A.M. 



New Orleans. 


h. 


in. 







»4 


P.M. 


9 


46 


A.M. 


1 


24 


A.M. 


8 


« 


A.M. 


12 


24 


P.M. 





34 


P.M. 


1 


40 


P.M. 


5 


18 


A.M. 



MAnrii . 



APKIL . 



(Pull Moon ' 8 

1 1 Last Quarter ! 15 

VNew Moon 22 

I [First Quarter , 30 

( Full Moon I 6 

1 Last Quarter 18 

■) New Moon I 20 

I First Quarter | 28 



4 82 A.M. 

2 52 A.M. 

3 41 A.M. 
2 44 A.M. 



Mat. 



Full Moon.... 
Last Quarter.. 

New Moon 

First Quarter. 

Full Moon.... 



6 
12 



23 
32 



P.M. 

A.M. 



24 P.M. 



4 9 A.M. 

2 29 A.M. 

8 18 A.M. 
2 21 A.M. 

I 4 P.M. 

9 ID A.M. 
I 6 1 P.M. 

8 45 P.M. 



I 



June*. 



4 
11 

I New Moon I 18 

First Quarter ' 26 



Last Quarter.. 
V Mo 



July . 



Full Moon 

Last Quarter 

New Moon 

First Quiirier. .. . 



39 P.M. 

2 A.M. 

I 12 17 P.M. 

9 15 A.M. 

1 8 A.M. 
11 13 P.M. 
11 58 P.M. 

4 10 P.M. 

11 4i AM. 

2 51 P.M. 
8 43 A.M. 



1 14 A.M. 

4 Ifl P.M. 

7 89 A.M. 

11 54 A.M. 



I 8 52 A.M. 

I 12 45 A.M. 

I 10 50 P.M. 

11 85 P.M. 



3 28 A.M. 

1 48 A.M. 

2 37 A.M. 

1 40 A.M. 

8 19 P.M. 

8 29 A.M. 

4 90 P.M. 
8 4 P.M. 

I 12 33 A.M. 

8 35 P.M. 

6 58 A.M. 

I 11 18 A.M. 

I 8 11 A.M. 

I 12 4 A.M. 

I 10 9 P.M. 

I 10 54 P.M. 



I 3 53 P.M. 

11 23 A.M. 

2 28 P.M. 

8 20 A.M. 



AU«U!«T . 



Full Moon.... 
Last Quarter . . 
New Mo<m.... 
First Quarter., 
Full Moon 



11 82 P.M. 



16 



A.M. 
A.M. 
P.M. 
A.M. 



11 9 P.M. 

13 58 A.M. 

5 15 A.M. 

8 13 P.M. 

7 31 A.M. 



Septemubr. 



October., 



November., 



December. 



Last Quarter I 7 

New McMin I 15 

First Quarter ' 22 

Full Moon I 29 

I.a?t Quarter j 7 

New Moon 15 

First Quarter I 22 

Full Moon ' 29 

'l*ast Quarter I 6 

New Moon ! 13 

First Quarter ' 20 

Full Moon I 27 

Last Quarter f» 

.New Moon | 13 

First (quarter 1i» 

Full Moon I i.7 



5 54 PM. 
7 14 P.M. 
9 48 P.M. 

6 14 P.M. 



P.M. 
P.M. 
P.M. 
P.M. 



3 12 P.M. 

10 42 A.M. 

1 47 P.M. 

7 89 A.M. 



10 28 P.M. 

12 12 A.M. 

4 34 A.M. 

2 32 P.M. 

6 50 A.M. 



4 50 P.M. 
10 P.M. 
8 -39 P.M. 

5 10 P.M. 



1 


8 


P.M. 


12 


4ft 


P.M. 


12 


4 


P.M 


7 


41 


A.M. 


7 


18 


A.M. 


6 


87 


A.M 


4 


13 


A.M. 


3 


50 


A.M. 


8 


9 


A.M 


7 


22 


A.M. 





59 


A.M. 


6 


18 


A.M 


9 


31 


A.M. 


9 


8 


A.M. 


8 


27 


A.M 


7 


24 


P.M. 


< 


1 


P.M. 


6 


do 


P.M 


12 


8 


P.M. 


11 


45 


A.M. 


11 


4 


A.M 


11 


48 


P.M. 


11 


20 


P.M. 


10 


39 


P.M 


5 


9 


A.M. 


4 


46 


A.M. 


4 


5 


A.M 


(i 


47 


A.M. 


tf 


JM 


A.M. 


5 


43 


A.M 


10 


25 


P.M. 


10 


o 


P.M. 


9 


21 


P.M 


« 


4a 


P.M. 


b 


20 


-V 


5 


3a 


P.M 



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SUNRISE AND SUNSET, 1898. 
(Local Mean linie.) 



1898. 



Janaary . . . 
Febrnary . . 

March 

April 

May 

Jnne 

July 

Aognnt. . . . 
September 

October 

November. 
December. 





Nkw YoiiK. 


Chablsston, 


S.C 


Nkw Obueans. 


Days. 


UlHCd. 


Setn. 


RfMS. 


Sets, 
h. m. 


Kisee. 
h. m. 


Set*. 




li. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


1 


7 24 


4 41 


7 4 


5 


4 


6 67 


5 11 


9 


7 24 


4 52 


7 4 


5 


11 


6 58 


5 17 


17 


7 21 


5 


7 2 


5 


18 


6 67 


5 24 


25 


7 15 


5 10 


6 59 


6 


26 


6 55 


5 81 


1 


7 10 


5 18 


6 50 


5 


82 


6 52 


5 86 


9 


7 1 


5 28 


6 48 


5 


40 


6 41 


5 43 


17 


6 60 


5 88 


6 41 


5 


48 


6 39 


6 50 


25 


6 88 


5 49 


6 83 


5 


65 


6 31 


6 68 


1 


6 34 


5 52 


6 28 


5 


68 


6 27 


6 


9 


6 22 


6 1 


6 20 


6 


8 


6 20 


6 8 


17 


(5 9 


6 9 


6 9 


6 


10 


6 8 


6 10 


25 


5 56 


6 17 


5 58 


6 


16 


5 57 


6 15 


1 


5 45 


6 24 


5 49 




20 


5 60 


tf 19 


9 


5 81 


6 88 


5 88 




23 


6 40 


6 28 


17 


5 19 


6 41 


5 29 




80 


5 32 


6 26 


26 


5 7 


6 60 


5 19 




87 


6 22 


6 81 


1 


4 59 


6 56 


5 13 




41 


6 18 


6 87 


9 


4 51 


7 4 


5 6 




47 


6 10 


6 42 


17 


4 43 


7 11 


5 1 




68 


5 6 


6 48 


25 


4 Z7 


7 19 


4 56 




68 


6 8 


6 52 


1 


4 82 


7 24 


4 54 




2 


4 59 


6 67 


9 


4 28 


7 29 


4 62 




6 


4 59 


6 59 


17 


4 28 


7 83 


4 52 




9 


5 


7 8 


2.-) 


4 29 


7 84 


4 53 




11 


5 


7 8 


1 


4 31 


7 84 


4 W 




11 


6 1 


7 4 


9 


4 87 


7 82 


4 59 




10 


6 6 


7 5 


17 


4 43 


7 28 


5 4 




8 


6 10 


7 4 


25 


4 50 


7 22 


5 8 




8 


5 18 


6 68 


1 


4 66 


7 16 


5 14 




58 


5 19 


6 58 


9 


5 4 


7 6 


5 19 




51 


5 25 


6 46 


ir 


5 12 


6 65 


6 25 


o 


42 


6 29 


6 89 


25 


5 20 


6 44 


6 30 




88 


6 88 


« 81 


1 


5 27 


6 88 


6 85 




25 


6 88 


6 23 


9 


5 85 


6 19 


6 40 




14 


5 42 


6 13 


17 


5 43 


6 5 


6 45 




4 


5 46 


6 4 


25 


5 60 


6 63 


6 50 




62 


6 61 


6 65 


1 


5 60 


5 43 


5 64 




45 


6 55 


6 46 


9 


6 5 


5 80 


6 1 




85 


6 


5 87 


17 


6 13 


5 17 


« 7 




25 


6 5 


6 27 


25 


6 21 


5 6 


6 14 




16 


6 11 


5 19 


1 


6 80 


4 67 


6 18 




10 


6 16 


5 14 


9 


6 40 


4 49 


6 26 




8 


6 22 


5 7 


17 


49 


4 41 


83 




57 


6 28 


6 2 


25 


6 68 


4 35 


6 40 




54 


6 34 


5 


1 


7 5 


4 84 


6 44 




54 


6 87 


5 1 


9 


7 13 


4 83 


6 50 




54 


6 43 


5 1 


17 


7 19 


4 34 


6 68 




67 


6 51 


5 3 


25 


7 22 


4 89 


7 1 


5 


2 


« 65 


5 6 



MORNING AND EVENING STARS, 189S. 



Mercury. - 



BvENiNO Staup. 
Jannary 1 to January : March 16 to 
May 1 ; June 30 to Sept« mber 5 ; 
October 10 to Decemb»'r 21. 
Venna.—Febmary 15 to December 1. 



Morning Stabs. 
Mercurj'.- Jannary 6 to March 16: May 1 to 

June 30 ; September 5 t'» October 

19 ; December 21 to end of year. 
Venu8.T-Janaary 1 to February 15 ; December 1 

to end of year. 
Mars.— Jannary 1 to end of year. 
Jupiter— Jannary 1 to March 25 ; October 13 to 

end of year. 
Satnm.— Jannary 1 to May 80 ; December 6 to Saturn.— May 80 to December 6. 

end of year. I 

NoTB.— .^n Inferior planet is a morning star from Inferior to superior conjunction and an 
evening star from superior to inferior conjnnction. A snperior planet fs a morning star (Vom con- 
Jonctlon to opposition and an evening star frrim oppot»ition to conjunction. 

7 "- ^ 0-- 



Jupiter.— March 25 to October 18. 



ALMANAC FOR 1898. 


Why doth one day excel another, 


When as all the light of every day in the year is of the sun ?. 


By the knowledge of the Lord they were distinguished : 


And He altered seasons and feasts, 


Some of them hath He made high days, and hallowed them, 


And some of them hath He made ordinary days. 


—Bcelesiaslicus, xxxiii, 7, 8, 9, 


JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 


8 


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T 


W 


T 


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28 


24 


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APRIL. 


MAY. 


JUNE. 


S 


Ml T 


W 


T 


P 


S 


8 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


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8 


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14 


5 


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11 


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18 


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15 


16 


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21 


12 


18 


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19 


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28 


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25 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


80 


29 


30 


31 










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27 


28 


29 


80 






JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 


S 


M 


T 


W 


T 


P 


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8 


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28 


29 


80 


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81 








25 


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OCTOBER. 




NOVI 


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22 


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23 


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25 


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18 


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20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


27 


28 


29 


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30 


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THE KALENDAR FOR 1898. 



January. 

1. The Circomcieion of Christ. 

i. The ^d Sunday after Chriaimaa day. 

6. The Epiphany. 

9. The l8t Sunday after the Epiphany. 

16. The Sd Sunday after the Epiphany. 
)e8. The ad Sunday after the Epiphany. 
25. The Conversion of 8. Paul. 

30. The 4th Sunday after the Epiphany. 

February. 

2. The Pnrificailon of S. Mary the Virgin. 
6. The Sunday cjilled Septnage^ima. 

13. The Sunday called Sexagesima. 

30. The Snnday called (^ninquageeima. 
33. Ash-Wednesday. 

24. S. Matthias'o Day. 

27. The Isi Sunday In Lent. 

March. 

2. Bmber-day. 

4. Ember-day. 

5. Ember-day. 

6. The 2d Sunday hi Lent. 
13. The ad Snnday in Lent. 
20. The 4th Sunday in Lent. 

25. The Annunciation of the Blessed Yirgin 

Marv. 
S7. The 5th Sunday In Lent. 

AprU. 

3. The Sunday next before Easter. 

4. Monday before Easter. 
6. Tuesday before Easter. 

6. Wednesday before Easter. 

7. Thursday Before Easter. 

8. Good Friday. 

9. Easter-Even. 

10. Easter-day. 

11. Monday in Easter-week. 

12. Tuesday In Easter- week. 

17. The 1st Sunday after Easter. 

24. The 2d Snnday after Easter. 

25. S. Mark's Day. 

May. 

1. S. Philip and S. James' t* Day. 

The 3d Sunday after Easter. 
8. The 4ih Sunday after Easter. 

15. The 5th Sunday after Easter. 

16. Rogation-day. 

17. Rogation-day. 

18. Rogation-day. 

19. The Ascension-day. 

22. Sunday after Ascension-day. 

29. Whitsunday. 

80. Monday in Whltsun-week. 

31. Tuesday in Whitsun-week. 



June. 



1. Bmber-day. 
8. Bmber-day. 
4. Ember-day. 
6. Trinity Sunday. 



11. S. Barnabas the Apostle. 

12. The 1st Sunday after Trinity. 

19. The 2d Sunday after Trinity. 
24. S. John Baptist's Day. 

26. The ad Sunday after Trinity. 
29. S. Peter's Day. 

July. 

3. The 4th Sunday after Trinity. 

10. The 5th Sunday after Trinity. 

17. The 6lh Sunday after Trinity. 

24. The 7ih Sunday after Trinity. 

25. S. James the Apostle. 

31. The 8th Sunday after Trinity. 

August. 

6. The Transfiguration of Christ. 

7. The 9th Sunday after Trinity. 
14. The lOlh Sunday after Trinity. 
21. The nth Sunday after Trinity. 
24. S. Bartholomew the Apostle. 
28. The 12th Sunday after Trinity. 

September. 

4. The 18th Sunday after Trinity. 

11. The 14lh Sunday after Trinity. 

18. The 15th Sunday after Trinity. 
21. S. Matthew the Apostle. 

Ember-day. 

28. Ember-day. 

24. Ember-day. 

25. The 16th Sunday after Trinity. 

29. S. Michael and All Angels. 

October. 

2. The 17th Sunday after Trinity. 

9. The 18th Sunday after Trinity. 
16. The 19th Sunday after Trinity. 
18. S. Luke the Evangelist. 
23. The 20th Sunday after Trinity. 
28. S. Simon and S. Jude, Apostles. 
80. The 21st Sunday after Trinity. 

November. 

1. All Sainto' Day. 

6. The 22d Sunday after Trinity. 

13. The 28d Sunday after Trinity. 

20. The Snnday next before Advent. 

27. The 1st Sunday in Advent. 
80. S. Andrew's Day. 

December. 

4. The 2d Snnday in Advent. 
11. The 3d Sunday hi Advent. 

14. Ember-day. 

16. Ember-day. 

17. Ember-day. 

18. The 4th Snnday in Advent. 

21. S. Thomas the Apostle. 
25. Christmas-day. 

2«. S. Stephen's Day. 

27. 8, John the Evangelist jfTDax.^^^T^ 

28. The Innocents' Day. yVjOVj^lV^ 



ALMANAC FOR 1899. 


JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 


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T 


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S 


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6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


' 15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


80 


21 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


12 


18 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


19 


80 


21 


88 


23 


24 


25 


19 


20 


21 


22 


28 


24 


25 


29 


30 


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APRIL. 1 


MAY. 


JUNE. 


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9 


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16 


16 


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18 


19 


20 


11 


12 


18 


14 


15 


16 


17 


10 


17 


18 


19 


20 


81 


22 


21 


82 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


28 


84 


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30 


24 


85 


86 


87 


88 


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JULY. 


AUGUST. 


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OCTOBER. 


NOVEMBER. 


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NOTES FOR THE YEAR* 1899. 


Gk>lden Namber. 




.. XIX 

18 

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. . Jan. 2 ) 

. Feb. 15 

.. Mar. 31 


Eaater-day April 2 

Rogation Sonday May 7 

Ascension-duy May 11 

Whitsunday Mav 21 


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THE KALENDAR FOR 1899. 



Jantutry. 

1. The Circnmcision of Christ. 

The l8t Sunday ufter CbriBimas-day. 

6. The Epiphany. 

8. The let Sunday after the Epiphany. 
15. The 2d Sunday after the Epiphany. 
m. The 8d Sunday after the Epiphany. 
tSlf. Conversion of S. Paul. 
29. The Sunday culled Septuageeima. 

February. 

2. The Puriflcation of S. Mary the Virgin. 
5. The Sunday called Sexageelma. 

12. The Snnday called Qninqnagesima. 

15. Aah-Wednesday. 

19. The l8? Sunday in Lent. 

22. Eml>er-day. 

24. 8. Matthiases Day. 
Ember-day. 

25. Ember-day. 

Sfl. The 2d Sunday in Lent 



6. 
12. 
19. 
86. 

26. 
87. 



81. 



March. 
The 8d Sunday in Lent. 
The 4th Sunday in Lent. 
The 5th Sunday in Lent. 
The Annanclation of the Blessed Virgin 

Mary. 
The Sunday next before Easter. 
Monday before Easter. 
Tuesday before Easter. 
Wednesday before Easter. 
Thursday Sefore Easter. 
Good Friday. 



April. 

1. Easter- even. 

2. Easter-day. 

a. Mondny in Baster>week. 
4. Tuesday in Easter- weelc. 
9. The 1st Sunday after Eastet. 
16. The 8d Sunday after Easter. 

23. The 3d Sunday after Easter. 

25. a. Mark's Day. 

80. The 4th Sunday after Easter. 

May. 

1. 8. Philip and S. Jaraes'n Day. 

7. The 5th Sunday after Easter. 

8. Rogation-day. ' 

9. Rogati<jn-day. 

10. Rogation-day. 

11. The Ascension day. 

14. The Sunday after Ascension-day. 

21. Whitsunday. 

22. Monday in whitsun-week. 
28. Tuesday in Whitsun-week. 

24. Ember-day. 

26. Ember-day. 

27. Ember-dfty. 

28. Trinity Sunday. 

June. 

4. The Ist Sunday after Trinity. 
11. 8. Barnabas the Apostle. 
The 2d Sunday after Trinity. 



18. The 3d Sunday after Trinity. 

24. 8. John Baptist's Day. 

25. The 4th Sunday after Trinity. 
29. S. Peier's Day. 

July, 

2. The 5th Sunday after Trinity. 
9. The ttih Sunday after Trinity. 

18. 'I'he 7th Sunday after Trinity. 

28. The 8tU Sunday after Trinity. 

25. S. James the Apostle. 

80. The 9th Sunday after Trinity. 

AuguBt. 

6. The Transfiguration of Christ. 

The H'lh Sunday after Trinity. 

18. The nth Sunday after Trinity. 

20. The 12lh Sunday after Trinity. 

24. S. Bartholomew the Apostle. 

27. The 18th Sunday after Trinity. 

September. 

3. The 14th Sunday after Trinity. 
10. The 15th Sunday after Trinity. 

17. The 16th Sunday after Trinity. 

20. Ember-day. 

21. S. Matthew the Apostle. 

22. Ember-day. 

23. Ember- day. 

24. The 17th Sunday after Trinity. 

29. S. Michael and All Ajigels. 

October. 

1. The 18th Sunday after Trinity. 
8. The 19th Sunday after Trinity. 

16. The 20th Sunday after Trinity. 

18. 8. Luke the Evangelist. 

22. The 21st Sunday after Trinity. 

28. S. Simon and S. Jnde, Aiwstles. 

29. The 22d Sunday after Trinity. 

November. 

1. All Saints' Day. 
5. The 28d Sunday after Trinity. 
12. The 24th Sunday after Trinity. 

19. The 25th Sunday after Trinity. 

26. The Sunday next before Advent. 
80. S. Andrew^s Day. 

December. 

8. The 1st Sunday In Advent. 
10. The 2d Sunday in Advent. 

17. The 3d Sunday in Advent. 

20. Ember-day. 

21. 8. Thomas the Apostle. 

22. Ember-day. 
28. Eraber-dsy. 

24. The 4ih Sunday in Advent. 

25. ChriKtmas-day. 
2H. S. Stephen's Day. 

27. S. John the Evangelist's Day. 

28. The Innocents' Day. 

31. The li*t Sunday after Christmas-dav. 



Advent, 1897. NOV.-DEC. 1st Lesson. ' 2d Lesson. 

I I 



4i28 Sunba?. iBt in HN* 
vent 

Proper Psalms, M. 8, 60 ; B. 96, 97. 
The Collect for the first Sunday in 
Advent Is to be repeated, every day. 
with the other Collects in Advent, 



29 



unto Christmas-day. 

Monday. 



(Violet) 



80 UuesOas* S. Hnbrew 

(Red) 






M. 

E. 



Isai. 1 to V, 28 
Isai. Z 



Isai. lAtov. 24 
Isai. 17 



M. Num. 10 /ot;. 29 
E, Isai. 66 



Wednesday , ^Jf 

E. 



1 

2 Thursday I ^^• 

\e. 

M. 
E. 



8 Friday (Abst.) 

4 



Saturday ^. 

2^ in SN 

iViolet) 



Isai. 18 

Isai. 19 tot. IB 
Isai. 19 r. 18 k 
[20 
Isai. 2\tov. 18 
Isai. 22 to V. )6 
Isai. 22 V. 16 
Isai. 28 
Isai. 24 



iii5 Sunbap* 
vent 



♦6 Monday . . . 

Nicholas, Bishop. 

7 Tuesday . . . 



8 Wednesday 

Conception of Virgin Mary. 

9 Thursday 



10 Friday (Abat.) 

1 1 Saturday 



iiii2 Sunbas* 31) in ad- 
vent 

Embsr Week.— One of the two Pray- 
ers, " For those who are to be ad- 
mitted into Holy Orders," is to be 
used daily during this week. (Violet) 



18 Monday 

Lucy, Virgin and Martyr. 



14 Tuesday 



M. Isai. 6 to V, 26 



E. Isai. 24 
31. Isai. 27 
E. Isai. 28 to v. 



14 



3f. Isai. 28 v. 14 

E, Isai. 29 

Jf. Isai. 80 to V. 18 

E, Isai. 30 V. 18 

M. Isai. 81 

E. Isai. 82 

31. Isai. 38 

A\ Isai. 34 

3f. Isai. 36 

E. Isai. 40 



31. Isai. 26 

E. Isai. 28 to V, 23 



3f. Isai. 42 /a r. 17 
E. Isai. 42 r. 17 & 

[43 to V. 8 



3f. Isai. 43 r. 8 
E. Isai. 44 to v. 21 



3f. Luke 1 to V. 26 

E, Hex. 1 or John 13 
[to V. SI 



1 Peter 3 
John 13 V. 21 
John 1 t*. 29 to 

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John 12 f. 20/0 

[42 

1 Peter 4 
John 14 
1 Peter 6 



E. John 16 

31. 2 Peter 1 

E. John 16 /or. 16 

3f. 2 Peter 2 

E. John 16 V. 16 

M. Liuke 1 V, 26 to 
[67 
E, ney, 2 or John 17 
M. 1 John 1 
E. John 18 /ot'. 28 

3f, 1 John 2 

E. John 18 r. 28 

31. 1 John 3 

E. John 19 /ot;. 26 



if. 

31. 
E. 



1 John 4 
John 19 V. 



26 



1 John 6 
John20/ot\ 19 



M. 2 John , 

E, John 20 r. 19 



if. Liuke 1 V. 67 

^. 'R/ey.ZorJohnSl 
[to V. iJ 

3f. Jude 

^. John 21 r. 16 

31. liev. 1 

E. Rev. 2 /o V. 18 



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Advent, 1897. DECBMBER.1 1st lesson 



16 Wednesday (Abst.) 

* Ember-day. 

1 6 Thursday 

OSeqtienUa. 

17 Friday (Abst.) 

* Ember-day. 

1 8 Saturday (Abst.) 

* Ember-day, 

4«19 Sunday. 4tb in a&«> 

Wnt (Violet) 



20 Monday 



21 XCueB5ag. S.XCbomas 

(Red) 



22 Wednesday. 



28 Thursday 

24 Friday -.....(Abst.) 

25 Saturday. Cbridtma6«« 

5ag (White) 

Proper PsalmB, M. t9, 45. 85 ; E. 89, 
110, 182. Proper Preface In Uie Com- 
munion Service and on seven dajs 
after. Tlie Collect of the Nativitv is 
to be said continnally onto New 
Year*8 Eve. 

4i26 Sun5as. S. Stepben. 
tSun5aB after Cbrist- 

mas (Red) 

27 flDon5a5. S. 5obn 
SvangeliBt (wwte) 

28 XCue0^a)?. XCbe Inno- 
i cent9 (Violet) 

29 Wednesday (White) 

80 Thursday (wwte) 

81 Friday .. .(Abst.) (White) 

Silvester, Bishop. 



M. Isai. 44 V. 81 & 
[46 to V. 8 
E, Isai. 46 V. 8 
if. Isai. 46 
E, Isai. 47 
M. Isai. 48 
E, Isai. 49 to v. 18 
Jf. Isai. 49 t;. 18 
E, Isai. 60 

M, Isai. 80 to V. 28 
E. Isai. 88 
Jf. Isai. 68 V, 18 & 
E, Isai. 64 [68 
if. 8 Kin^ 6 V, 8 
[/o84 
E, 8 Kin^ 7 
M. Isai. 66 
E. Isai. 66 
M. Isai. 67 
E. Isai. 68 
M. Isai. 69 
E. Isai. 60 

M. Isai. 9 /o V. 8 
E. IsAi.7vAOtol7 



M, Gen. 4 /o v. 17 
E. 8 Chron. 84 r. 
[16 to 86 

if. Ezod. 88 t;. 7 
J^. Isai. 6 



M, Jer. 81 /o r. 18 

E. Isat 49 V. 18 

M. Isai. 61 

j;. Isai. 68 

M. Isai. 68 

E. Isai. 64 

if. Isai. 66 

E, Isai. 66 



2d Lesson. 



M. Rev. 8t'. 18 & 3 

r/o I', r 

-&. Rev. 3 V. 7 

if. Rev. 4 

E. Rev. 6 

if. Rev. 6 

E. Rev. 7 

if. Rev. 8 

E, Rev. 9 

if. Luke 8 to V. 88 

E. Rev. 88 

if. Rev. 18 

E. Rev. 18 

if. Mark 16 r. 9 

E, John 14 /Of. 16 

M. Rev. 14 

J^. Rev. 16 

M, Rev. 16 

E, Rev. 17 

if. Rev. 18 

E, Rev. 19 /ov. 11 

M. Luke 8 to v. 16 
E, Titiis8v.ll&8 

\to V. 9 



M. Acts6&7/oi'.17 
^. Acts7r.l7/o66 

M. John 18 1;. 81/0 
^. 8 John [86 

M. Matt. 18/o t;.16 
E, Mark 10 r. 18 
[/o88 
M, Rev. 19 v. 11 
E, Rev. 80 
if. Rev. 81 tow 16 
/;. Rev. 81 t'. 16 
M, Rev. 88 to %\ 8 
i?. Rev. 82 V. 8 



* For Proper Lessons for Ember-days, see page 41. 

t The Proper Lessons for the Sundaj after Chrictmaa are : Ist, M. Isai. 86 ; B. Isai. 40. ad, M. Lnke 

2 V. S5 ; E. Heb. 8. (White.) ^^ I 

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2d Lesson. 



1 *Saturbag. XCbeCfr«« 
cumcf9ion of Cbrfst . . 

Proper Psalms, M.40, 90 : E. 65, 103. 
The paiTiM Collect, Epistle, Hnd Gos- 
pel shall serve for every day after 
unto the Epiphany. (White) 

*2 Sunbag. 2 b after 
Cbrfstmas (Whue) 



3 Monday 

4 Tuesday 

6 Wednesday 



6 XCbursbag. tC b e 
lEpipbang . . 

Proper Psalms, M. 46, 47, 48 ; E. T8, 



117. 185. 



7 Friday 



(White) 
(Abst.) (White) 



8 Saturday (wwte) 

Lacian, Priest and Martyr. 

*9 Sunbau. lataftertbe 
JEpipbanu (White) 



10 Monday (White) 

1 1 Tuesday (wwte) 

12 Wednesday (White) 

13 Thursday (Oreen) 

Hilary, Bishop and Confessor. 

14 Friday (Abst.) (Oreen) 



M. fGen.l 7 /or. 16 
E. Deut. 10 r. 18 



if. Isai.41/ov. 28 
E. Isai. 42 /ot;. 22 

if. Gen. 8 
E, Gen. 4 

if. Gen. 6 
E. Gen. 6 

M. Gen. 7 
E. Gen. 8 



M, Isai. 60 

E. Isai. 49 /Of. 14 



Jf. Gen. 
E. Gen. 10 v. 21 k 
[11 to V, 10 

M. Gen. llr. 27ft 12 
E. Gen. 18 



M, Isaf. 44i\ 
E. Isai. 46 



Jf. Gen. 16 

E, Gen. 11 to v. 28 

M. Gen. IS to v. 17 
E, Gen. 18 v. 17 

if. Gen.l9t;.12/o30 
E, Gen. 20 

M, Gen. 21 

i7. Gen. 22 to v. 20 

Jf. Gen. 28 

J?. Gen. 24 to v. 2,9 



Jf. Rom. 2 V. 17 
i^. Col. 2 



Jf. 
E. 



Mark 1 to t\ 16 

1 Cor. 2 or if a//, i 



if. Matt. 2 

E. Acts 2 /o v. 22 

if Matt. 8 

^. Acts 2 V. 22 

if. Matt. 4 
E. Acts 8 



if. Rom. 11 
E. Luke 8 r. 



16 to 

[28 



if. Matt. 6 to V, 27 
J5:. Acts 4 to V. 82 



Jf. Matt. 6 t. 27 
E. Acts 4 f. 32 & 5 

[tov.l7 

M, Matt. 2 t*. 18 

E, Rom. 10 or ifa//. 
[6 /o V. 19 

M. Matt. 6 r. 19 & 

[T /o V. 7 
J^. Acts 6 

i/. Matt, 7 r. 7 
J:. Acts 7 /o f. 80 

Jf. Matt. 8 to V. 18 
E. Acts 7 r. 30 

Jf. Matt. 8 v. 18 
E. Acts 8 to V. 26 

Jf. Matt. 9 tov. 18 
j^. Acts 8 t*. 26 



* The color for the week days is the same as that of the Sunday, unless specified to the contrary. 

except that the color (f the Eve of a Festival is that of the Festival itself. 
t To V. 15 indicute» that thu first funrteen verges arc to lie read. All bimilar abbreviations are to bo 

interpreted in like manner. 

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2d Lesson. 



A5 Saturday (Green) 

*i 6 Sun5ai?. 2t> after tbe , 
JEpipbans (Gwen)i 



, J/. Gen. 24 v. 89 h M, Matt. 9 v. 18 

[52 ' 
E. Gen. 24 v, 62 E. Acts 9 to v, 28 



M. Isatei 

J?. Isal. 68/ov. 18 



17 Monday 

18 Tuesday 

Prisca, Virgin and Martyr. 



M. 
E. 



19 Wednesday 

20 

21 



Thursday 

Fabian, Biahop and Martyr. 

Friday (Abet.) 



Agnes, Virgin and Martyr. 



22 Saturday 

Vincent, Deacon and Martyr. 

4i23 Sunbas. 3b after tbc 

£pipbanp (Green) 



24 Monday 
25 



Xi;ue0bas« Conversion 
of S. panl (White) 



26 Wednesday 



27 Thursday 

28 Friday (Abst.) 

29 Saturday 

•iiSO Sunbas. 4tb after tbe 

JEpfpbany (Groen) 



81 Monday 



3/. Gen. 26 t . 12 ' M. 
E, Matt. 10 V. 24 E, 

M. Gen. 27 r. 80 /o J/. 

[46' 
E. Gen. 27 t\ 46 & I i^. 

[28, 
if. Gen. 29 /Of. 21 JV. 
E. Gen. 81 /o v. 25 | E. 

M. Gen. 81 v. 25 \M. 
E, Gen. 82 to v. 22 j E. 

M. Gen. 82 r. 22 ' M. 
E. Gen. 88 E. 



M. Gen. 85 to v, 21 
i7. Geii. 87 

M. I6al.54 
E. I8ai.55 

M. Gen. 41 r. 17 /o 

r38 

E. Gen. 41 r. 88 

M. Wisdom 5 
E. Jer. 1 tor. 11 

3/. Gen. 42 to v. 25 
i:. Gen« 42 v. 25 

3/. Gen. 48 to v, 15 
ir\ Gen. 48 r. 15 

M. Gen.44/ov. 14 
E, Gen. 44 v. 14 

M. Gen. 45 tot?. 16 
E. Gen. 45 t*. 16 & 

[46 to V. 8 

M. Isai. 56/ot\ 9 
E, Isai. 59 

31. Gen. 48 
E. Gen. 49 

.15 



John 1 V, 29 

1 Cor. 8 or 3/a//. 
[JO to V. 24 
Matt. 10 V. 24 
Acts \Otov. 24 

Malt. 11 

Acts 10 r. 24 

Matt. 12 /or. 22 
Acts 11 

Matt. 12 V. 22 
Acts 12 

Matt. 18 /or. 24 
Acts 18 tor. 26 



3f. Matt. 18 r. 24/0 
[44 
E. Acts 18 V. 26 

3f. Matt. 4v. 12 

E. 2 Cor, 4 or Matt. 

[IS r. U 

M. Matt. 14 /or. 22 

E. Acts 15/0 1;. 30 

3f. Acts 22 to V. 22 
E. Acts 26 

M. Matt. 14 r 22 
i;. Acts 15 r. 30 & 
[16 /or. 16 
Matt.l5/or. 21 
Acts 16 r. 16 



Matt. 15 r. 21 
Acts 17 /or. 16 

Matt. 16 
Acts 17 r. 16 



3/. LnkiD 4 r. 14/038 

E. ft Cot. h or Matt. 

M. Matt. 18 /or. 21 

E. Acts 18 r. 24 & 

69 /or. 21 
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FEBRUARY hath xxvlii Days. I 1 st Les.son. 



2d Lesson. 



1 Tuesday 

cation of mvgin flDarp 

Proper Psalms, M. SO, 88, 87 ; E. 84, 
118, 184. (White) 

8 Thursday 

Blaaius, Bishop and Martyr. 

4 Friday (Abst.) 

5 Saturday 

Agatha, Virglii and Martyr. 

4«6 Sun^as• Septuagcd^ 
fma (Violet) 

7 Monday 

8 Tuesday 

9 Wednesday 

10 Thursday 

11 Friday (Abst.) 

12 Saturday 

4il8 Sunday* Sesage6«« 
fma (Violet) 

14 Monday 

Valentine, Bishop and Martyr. 

16 Tuesday 



M. Gen. M to v. 15 
E. Gen. 60 r. 15 



If. 1 Sam. 8 

E, UtiggAiZtov, 10 

M, Exod. 1 
E. Exod. 2 

M. Exod. 8 

E. Exod. 4 to V. HA 

M. Exod. 4 t^. 27 & 

[5 to V. 19 

E, Exod. 5 r. 10 & 

[6 to V. 14 

if. Jer. 5 V, 10 
E, Jer. 22 v. 18 

if. Exod. 8 to V. 16 
E, Exod. 8 r. 16 



M, Exod. 9 /o V. 18 
E, Exod. 9 V, 18 

if Exod. 10 
E. Exod. 11 

if Exod.l2/ot\89 
E, Exod. 12 n 29 

if Exod. 18 
E. Exod. 14 

M, Exod. 15 
E. Exod. 16 



if. Jer. 85 
E. Jer. 86 



M. Exod. 19 

E. Exod. 20 to V. 

[25 

if Exod. 22 V. 21 
[& 28 to V, 20 
E. Exod. 28 t\ 20 

16 



M. Matt. 18 t'. 21 
E. Acts 19 V. 21 



if Gat 8 t;. 15 & 4 

[to V. 8 
/?. 1 John S tov.9 

M. Matt. 19 /or. 27 
E, Acts 20 tov, 17 



if. Matt. 19r. 27& 
[20 tov. 17 
E. Acts 20 t;. 17 

if Matt. 20 r. 17 

E, Acts 21 tov. 27 



if Matt. 5 

E, Ephe8.1 or Matt, 
[SI to V, tS 

if Matt. 21 V. 28 
E. Acts 22 V. 22 8c 

[28 to v.m 

M. Matt. 22 /or. 15 
E, Acts 28 V. 12 

M. Matt. 22 r. 15 
J^. Acts 24 

if Matt. 28 
E. Acts 25 

if Matt. 24 /or. 29 
E, Acts 26 

if Matt. 24 r. 29 
E. Acts 27 /or. 18 



if Matt. 6 

E. Ephes.2 or ifo//. 
[S5 to r. SI 

if Matt. 25 r. 81 

E. Acts 28 /or. 17 



31, Matt, 26 /or. 80 

i?. Acts 28 r. 17 



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FEBRUARY hathxxvlil Days., 1st Lesson. I 2d Lesson. 



16 Wkdnesday . 



17 Thlrsday. 



18 Friday (Abst.) 



19 Saturday. 



4i20 Sun^lll?. <Iluinqua«> 
0e0ima (vioiet) 



21 Monday 



22 Tuesday 



28 '^a0t>TRIleDne^^a1^ 

(Fast) 

Proper Psalms, M. 6, 3S, 88 ; B. 102, 
lao, 148. NoTB.-The Penitential of- 
fice to be said at Morning Prayer. 

O^olet) 

24 XCbursDay. S. iHau 
tbia9 (Abst.) (Red) 

tdday qf Lent. 



25 Friday . . . 

Sd duty of Lerd. 



.(Abst.) 



.(Abst.) 



26 Saturday.. 

I4h day of Lent. 



4i27 Sunbas. tat in Xent 

BxBKB Wbek.— One of the Prayers, 
" For those who are to be admitted 
into Holy Orders/^ is to be used 
daily daring this weelc. (Violet) 

28 Monday (Abst. ) 

f>th day of Lent. 



M. Kxocl. 24 

E. Kxod. 86/or.88 

M, Exod.88/ov.l8 

E, Exod.28v.l5/o 

[89 

M. Ezod.29r.88& 

[80/0 V. 17 
E, Exod.81v.l2& 

[82 /o V. 16 

M. Exod. 82 V. 15 
E. Ezod. 88 

M. liam. 1 to V.17 
E. liam. 8 to v. 87 



Jf. Ezod. 86 V. 20 & 

[36 to V. 8 
E. Exod. 40v. 17 

M. liOY. 9 V. 22 & 

[10 to V. 12- 
E. licv. 16 to V. 26 

M. IsaJ. 58 
E, JoDah 8 



3f. 1 Sam. 2 v. 27 

E. Isai. 22 r. 15 

M. Vev. 25 to v. 86 

E. Ijev. 26 V. 85 

M. Liev. 26 to v. 21 

E. liev. 26 r. 21 

M, Jer. 7 tov, 21 

E. Jer. 9 to v. 25 



iV. Num. lOv. 29& 
[11 tov. 16 
£*. Num. 11 r. 16 



M. Matt. 26 r. 80/0 

[67 
E. Rom. 1 

M. Matt. 26 V, 57 
J?. Rom. 2 

M. Matt.27 tov. 27 
E, Rom. 8 

M. Matt. 27 V. 27 
J^. Rom. 4 

IT. Matt. 7 

^. KpheR,S or Matt. 
[$8 

31. Mark 1 to v. 21 

^. Rom. 6 

3f. Mark 1 t*. 21 

^. Rom. 7 

M. Luke 15 

^. Heb. 12/0 v. 18 



M. John 6 V. 47 
^. 1 John 2 r. 15 

Jf. Mark 2 r. 28 & 
[8 to V. 18 
E. Rom. 9 

M. Mark 8 v, 18 
J?. Rom. 10 

M. Matt. 10 

^. Ephes. 4 or Ma rk 

[4 to V. S5 



M. Mark 4 v. 85 & 

[5/ov. 21 
E. Rom. 12 



♦ For the table of Proper Lesoono for the Forty days of Lent, see pages 3tM0. ^ , 

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MARCH hath xxxi Days; I 1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



1 Tuesday (Abet.) 

6th day of Lent. 
David, iurcbbishop. 

2 Wednesday (Abst.) 

7th day qf Lent. 
*Emher-day. 
Chad, Bishop. 

8 Thursday (Abst. ) 

Sth day of Lent. 

4 Friday (Abst.) 

9th day qf Lent. 

* Ember-day. 

5 Saturday (Abst. ) 

loth day qf Lent. 

* Ember-day. 

4i6 Sun5a)?. 2^ in Xent. 

(Violet) 

7 Monday (Abst. ) 

nth day qf Lent. 
Perpetua, Martyr. 

8 Tuesday (Abst.) 

ISth day qf Lent. 

9 Wednesday (Abst.) 

ISth day of Lent. 

10 Thursday (Abst.) 

lUth day qf Lent. 

11 Friday (Abst.) 

15th day qf Lent. 

12 Saturday (Abst.) 

IGlh day of Lent. 
Or^orj-, Bishop. 

4i 1 3 Sunbai?* 3t) in Xent. 

(Violet) 



14 Monday (Abst.) 

17th day qf Lent. 



15 Tuesday (Abst.) 

18th day qf Lent. 



M. Num. ISv. 85 & M. Mark 5 v. 21 

[14 /on 5 
F, Num. 14 V. 6 /o , B. Rom. 18 

[86 I 

M, Num. 14 V. 86 , 3/. Mark .6 to v. 14 
R Num. 16/0^.88 £. Rom. 14 



M, Num. 16 f. 88 
£. Num. 17 

M. Num. 80 
E, Num.81 



M, Mark 6 f. 14 to 
[80 
U. Rom. 16 

M. Mark 6 v. 80 
F. Rom. 16 



M, Num. 88 to v. 81 M. Mark 7 to v. 84 
E, Num. 88 t\ 81 E. 1 Cor. 1 



M, Ezek. 14 
E. Dan. 8 



M. Num. 86 

E. Num. 87 r. 18 

if. Num.88 

E. Num. 85 v. 9 

M. Deut. 1 to V. 19 
-&. Deut. 1 r. 19 

M, Deut. 8 to V. 86 
j^. Deut. 8 v. 86 & 

[8 to V. 18 

if. Deut. 8 r. 18 
E. Deut. 4 to V. 86 

if. Deut. 4 V. 86 
i^. Deut. 5 to V. 88 

if. Kzek. 18 v. 80 
E, Dan. 6 



if. Deut. 7 

E. Deut. 8 

M. Deut. 9 
J^. Deut. 10 



jV. liukelO/ov. 85 
E. Ephes. 5t'. 15& 

[6 to r. 10 or 

[Mark 7 v. S^ 

M. Mark 8 
E, 1 Cor. 8 

if Mark 9 to v. 80 
E. 1 Cor. 4 

M, Mark 9 v. 80 
E. 1 Cor. 6 

J/. Mark lO/or.88 
^. 1 Cor. 6 



M. Mark 10 v. 88 
>;. 1 Cor. 7 

if. Markll/ov. 87 
i^. 1 Cor. 8 

M. Mark 9 to v. 30 

£*. Rom. 14 or i/arA; 

[llv.27&i:itov. 

\1S 

M. Mark 18 r. 13/0 

[88 
E. 1 Cor. 10 

if. Mark 18 v. 88 
j^. 1 Cor. 1 1 



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MARCH hath xxxi Days. 


1st Lesson. 


2d Lesson. 


i6 * Wednesday 

19th day qf Lent, 


....(Abst.) 


M. Dent. 11 M. Mark 18 
E. Deut. 15 /o r. 19 1 J5;. 1 Cor. 12 


17 Thursday .. 


(Abst.) 


M. Dent. Id i if . Mark 14/ot;.2d 
E. Dent. 17 r. 8 E, 1 Cor. 18 


Wthda^ftf lAHi. 




18 Friday 

tut day of Lent. 
Edward, King of W 


....(Abst.) 

Saxons. 


M, Deut. 18 
E. Dent. 19 


M. Markl4v.26/o 

[58 
E. 1 Cor. 14 


19 Saturday .. 

tMd day qf Lent. 


....(Abst.) 


M. Deut. 24 v. 5 
E. Deut. 26 


M. Mark 14 v, 58 
E. lCor.l5/ot;.85 


*20 Sttn5as* 4tbfnXent. 

(Violet) 

21 Monday (Abst.) 

9Sd day qf Lent. 


M. Mieah 6 
E. Dan. 6 

M. Dent. 28 v. 15^0 

r47 

E. Dent. 28 v. 47 


M. John 5 v. 24 
E. Phil. 1 or Ma/rk 
[16 tov.42 

M. Markl6t;.42& 

[16 
E. 1 Cor. 16 


22 Tuesday . . . 


(Abst.) 


M. Dent. 29 
E. Deut. 80 


Jf, Luke 1 /ov. 26 
E. 2 Cor. 1 


aidh day of Lent. 




28 Wednesday. 

S6th day qf Lent. 


....(Abst.) 


M. Deut. 81 /Of. 80 

E. Dent. 81 V. 80 & 
[82 to r. 44 


M. liuke 1 v. 26 to 
[57 
ir. 2 Cor. 2 


24 Thursday (Abst.) 

aetk day qf Lent. 

25 f ri^ai?« Bnnuncfo 

atfon of VX tdfn Aars* 

t7th dauof Lent. (Abrt.) 
Proper T>Balmii, M. 89; E. ldl,l«, 
188. (WTiUe) 


M. Dent. 82 1;. 44 & 
[88 
E. Dent. 84 

M, Gen, Z to V. 16 
E. ISam. 2/or.ll 


M, liuke 1 V. 57 
E, 2 Cor. 8 

M. liuke 1 V. 89 /o 

[57 
i^. John 1 to V, 19 


26 Saturday .. 


(Abst.) 


M, Josh. 1 
E, Josh. 2 


M. Luke 2 /o v. 21 


tSth day qf Lent. 


. . . . y^xxk/oi/.y 


E. 2 Cor. 4 


4i27 Sun^a)?. StbfnXent. 

Piaelon Sunday. (Violet) 


M. Zech. 18 

E. Dan. 7 /or. 19 


M. Luke 21 

E. VliW.Z or Luke 2 
[v, 21 
M. Iinke8 
E. 2 Cor. 6 


28 Monday . . . • 


• .. .(^Abst.^ 


M. Josh. 5 
E. Josh. 6 


t9th day of Lent. 


• • • • 1 AJk^^ft^V* W 


29 Tuesday . . . 


(Abst.) 


M. Josh. 7 

E. Josh. 8 /o t;. 80 


]if Titilrfk A fn If lA 


soih day qf Lent. 


. . . . ^x^uou.y 


Jll, MJnWLK ^ lU v. Av 

E. 2 Cor. 7 


80 Wednesday. 

SUt day qf Lent. 


....(Abst.) 


M. Josh. 8 V. 80 
i?. Josh. 9 


J/. Luke 4 r. 16 
E. 2 Cor. 8 


81 Thursday . . 

Sfd day of Lent. 


....(Abst.) 


M, Josh. 10 /ov. 15 
j;. Josh. 14 


M. Iiuke5/or. 17 
E. 2 Cor. 9 


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1 *Fkiday (Abst.) 

SSddayof Lent, 

2 Saturday (Abst. ) 

SUA day qf Lent. ' 

*8 Sun&a» nejt before 
JEaster 

Palm Sunday. (Violet) 

Richard, Bishop. 

4 /»on&a)?befotej6aBter 

8. Ambrose, Bishop. (Abst.) 

6 XCuesfeaBbefotefiaster 

6 Me&ne5&ai? before 
Baster (Abst.) 

7 XTbursbas before 
Easter (Abst.) 

White to be nsed at the Celebration. 

8 (500&3frt&ai?....(Fast) 

Proper Psalma, M. 22, 40, 64 ; E. 69, 
88. (Black) 

9 Satur&as. Easteri* 
J6t>en (Abst.) 

Proper Psalms, M. 4, 16, 17 ; B. 80, 
81 . (Wliite at Evensong) 



*10 Sun&as. Easter 2>aB 

Anthem instead of Venite. Proper 
Fwlms, M. 2, 67, 111 ; E. 113, 114, 
118. ProperPrefaceintheCommmi- 
lon Service and on seven days after. 
(White) 

11 flBon&ag fn Baster 
Meeft 



M. Josh. 17 V 14 
[& 18 /Of. 11 

E, Josh. 19 f. 49 
[&80 

if. Josh. 81 f. 48 
[& 28 to V. 10 

E. Josh. 22 V. 10 

M. Zech. 9 v. 9 
£. Dan. 9 



M. Gen. 8 v. 80 & 4 
[tov. 17 
B, Num. 80 /Of. 14 
M. Num. 81 /Of. 10 
K Iiey.l6f.6/o86 



M. Zech. 11 

JE. Gen.87f.8/o89 



2d Lesson. 



J/. IjukeSf. 17 
£. 2 Cor. 10 
if. liuke 9 to V, 20 
E. 2 Cor. 1 1 

M. Matt. 86 
E, John llf.47& 
[18 to f. 80 or 
[Luke 6v.£0 
M, John 14 

E, lCor.lO/ov.l8 

M. John 16 

E. Heb. 9 /Of. 16 



M. John 18 

E. 1 Peterl/of.88 



if. Exod.l6f.4/ol6 if. John 6 f. 87 
E, Gen. 14 v. 14 | E, Heb. 7 



if. Gen. 88 /Of. 19 
E, Isai. 68 f. 18 & 

[68 

if. Isat 88 f . 9 to 
[81 
E. Exod. 18 

iffExod.l8/of.89 

^.fExod.l6/of.88 



M, John 18 
JSr. 1 Peter 8 



M. lioke 88 f . 60 

.F. Heb. 4 

if. Matt. 88 
E. Acts 8 V, 88 



12 xrues&as in Easter 
Meeft 



18 Wednesday 

14 Thursday 

15 Friday (Abst.) 



M. Exod. 16 f. 88 
E. Job 19 

M, Isai. 86 to v. 80 
E, 8Kinssl8f.l4 
[to 22 
M. Ruth 1 
E. Ruth 8 
_'. Ruth 8 
E, Ruth 4 
M, 1 Sam. 1 
E. ISam. 8/or. 88 



M. Iinke84/of. 18 
E. Mark 16 

M, John 81 /Of. 16 
E. John 81 f. 16 

M. IiukelO/of.86 
E, Ephe8.8 
M, liuke 10 f . 86 
E, Ephes. 4 

M. liukell/of. 89 
E, Ephes. 6 

1 SS' *3i?j**m'l°^ Proper Lessons for the Forty days of Lent, see pages 88-40. 
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1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



16 Saturday 

iiil7 Sundas* l0t after 
jEaster (wwte) 

18 Monday 

19 Tuesday 

Alphege, Archbishop. 

20 Wednesday 

21 Thursday 

22 Friday (Abst.) 

28 Saturday 

8. George, Martyr. 

iii24 Sun^as* 2t> after 
faster (wwte) 

25 Monday 

8. Mark. (Red) 

26 Tuesday 

27 Wednesday 

28 Thursday 

29 Friday (Abst.) 

80 Saturday 



M. 1 Sam. 2 v, 22 

E, 1 Sam. 8 

if. Isai. 48 to V. 28 

E. Isai. 48 to v. SO 



M. 1 8ajii.6 
E, 1 Sam. 7 

M. 1 Sam. 8 

E, 1 Sam. 9 to v. 86 

M. 1 Sam. 9 v. 86 

[& 10 to V, ir 

E. iSam. lOt'. 17 

[& 11 tov, 14 

M, 1 Sam. lit;. 14 
[& 18 
E, 1 Sam. 18 

M. 1 Sam. 14 to v. 

[84 

E, 1 Sam. 14 t;. 84 

[/o47 

M. 1 Sam. 16 

E, 1 Sam. 16 

M. Hoeeal8tov.l6 
E. Hoeea 14 

M. Isai. 68 

E. Elzek. 1 to v. 16 

M. 1 Sam. 17 V. 66 

[& 18 tov. 17 
E, 1 Sam. 19 

M, 1 Sam. 80 to t*. 

[18 

E, 1 Sam. 80 v. 18 

Jr 1 Sam. 81 
E. 1 Sam. 88 

M, 1 Sam. 88 

^. 1 Sam. 84 & 86 

[tov. 8 

M, 1 Sam. 86 

E. 1 Sam. 88 v. 8 

21 



if. lioke 11 V. 89 
^. Ephes. 6 

M. Acts 1 

^. l€or.l6tov.88 

[or Luke 12 to 

[v. ess 

if. Ijukel8v. 88to 

[41 
E, Philip. 8 

if. liuke 18 V. 41 
E. Philip. 8 

if liukelStov. 18 

E, Philip. 4 

M, liuke 18 V. 18 
iS:. Col. 1 

M. Iinkel4tov.86 
E. Col. 8 

M. Iinkel4v. 86& 

[16 tov. 11 
E, Col. 8 

if. Acts a 

E, Col. 1 or lAikelS 
[v, 11 

M. Mark 1 to v. 81 

^. Acts 18 V. 84 & 

[18 to V. 14 

if Iiiikel6tov. 19 

E. 1 Thess. 1 

if. liuke 16 V. 19 

i;. 1 Thess. 8 

if Iinkel7tov.80 
E, 1 Thess. 8 

if. Iinkel7r. 80 
E, 1 Thess. 4 

if. liukelStov. 18 
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1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



ifil Sundai?. S* pbUip 
and S* 5ames. 
*3& atter jEaster. mtd, 



2 Monday. 



8 Tuesday 

Invention of the Crow?. 

4 Wednesday. .. 

5 Thursday 



6 Friday (Abst.) 

S. John, Port. Lat. 

7 Saturday 



iii8 Sunday. 
jeastcx . 



4tb 



after 

. (White) 



9 Monday 



10 Tuesday 

1 1 Wednesday . 



12 Thursday. 



18 Friday (Abst.) 



14 Saturday. 



ifiis Sunbai?. 5tb after 
Ba0ter (wwte) 

t Rogation Snnday. 



M. Isal. 61 

F, Zech. 4 
M. 1 Sam. 80 to v. 
[26 
K 1 Sam. 81 ! 

M. 2 Sam. 1 | 

B, 8 Sam. 2^0 V. 18 I 

I 

M, 2 Sam. 2 t^. 18 . 
K 2 Sam. 8 f. 17 ' 
M.' 2 Sam. 4 
B, 2 Sam. 6 



M. John 6 V. 22 to 
[69 
E. Acts 16/0 v. 82 
M. Luke 18 v. 18 

E, 2 Them. 1 



E. 



liuke 19 tov. 28 
2 Theiss. 2 






2 Sam. 6 

2Sam. 7/ov. 18 



2 Sam. 7 v. 
2 Sam. 9 



18 



M. Micah6 
E. Naham 1 



M. 2 Sam. 18 v. 87 
[& 14 to V, 26 

E. 2 Sam. 16 to v. 
[16 

M. 2 Sam. 16 v, 16 

^. 2 Sam. 16 to v. 
[16 

if. 2 Sam. 16 f. 16 
[& 17 tov. 24 

J7. 2 Sam. 17v. 24 
[& 18 ^0 t'. 18 

M. 2 Sam. 18 v. 18 

E. 2 Sam. 19 /o t;. 

[24 

M. 2 Sam. 19 v, 24 

^. 2 Sam. 22 to v. 

[81 

if. 2 Sam. 22 v. 81 

^. 2 Sam. 28 to v. 

[24 

if. Zech. 8 
JS*. Zech. 10 



M. Acts 6 

E. 1 TheasAorJohn 

[1 to V. 29 

* The Proper Lessons for the 3d Sundny after Easter are : let Less., M. Joel 3 v. 9 : E. Micah 8 v. 9 & 
4 to V. 8. 9d Less., M. Acts 4 to v. 36 : E. Col. 8. 



M. Luke 19 V. 28 
E. 2 Thess. 8 
M. Imke 20 tov, 27 
E, I Tim. 1 

if. liuke 20 t;. 27 
E. 1 Tim. 2 

if. liuke 21 
E. 1 Tim. 8 

M. Acts 6 

E. 1 Thess. 8 or 

[Luke 22 to 

{v. 81 

M. Luke 22 v. 31 

[to V. 64 

E. 1 Tim. 6 



M, liuke 22 v. 
E. 1 Tim. 6 



64 



M. Iiuke28/ot;..26 
E, 2 Tim. 1 

31. Luke 28 v. 26 /o 
[60 
E. 2 Tim. 2 

M, Luke 28 1;. 60 & 

[24 to V, 13 
E. 2 Tim. 8 



M. Luke 24 v. 
^. 2 Tim. 4 



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1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



16 Monday (Abst.) 

♦ t Jiogation-day. (Violet) 



17 Tuesday ... 

• t Bogalion-day. 

18 Wednesday 

* t Rogation-day. 



.(Abst.) 

(Violet) 

.(Abst.) 

(Violet) 

19 XCbura&aB* Hacenafon 

2>aB (White) 

Proper Psalms, M. 8, 15, 21 ; E. 24, 
47, 106. Proper Preface in the Com- 
munion Servicu, and on geven days 
after. 
• DuD^ttan, Archbishop. 

20 Fkiday (Abst.) 

21 Saturday 



iii22 Sun&a? after Hacen* 
BionDai? .(White) 



28 Monday 
24 Tuesday 



25 Wednesday 



26 Thursday 

Aagastin, Archbiahop. 



27 Friday (Abst.) 

Ven. Bede. 

28 Saturday 

ili29 Htnbitsun^as (Bed) 

Proper Psalms, M. 4d, 68: E. 104, 
146. Proper Preface in the Commun- 
ion Service, and on six days after. 
One of the Prayers, " For those who 
areto be admitted into Holy Orders." 
ifl to be used daily daring this week. 

80 /l>onbas in Mbitdutii- 
wceft 



E. 

if. 

E. 
M. 
E, 



M. 
E. 
M. 

\E. 

\m. 
\e. 



81 tCue5&ai?fnTKIlbft6un* 
weeft 



1 Kin^ 1 V, 28 
1 Chron. 28 to v, 

[11 
1 Chron .88 V. 80 
[Si 29 to V, 10 
lChron.89f.lO 
1 Kin^ 8 
1 Kin^ 4 V, 20 



M. John 1 r. 29 
E. Titus 2 

M. John 2 



E. 
M. 
E, 



Titus 8 

John 8 ^o i;. 22 

Philemon 



2Kinfi:8 2/ot'.28 M. Luke 24 t*. 44 
Dan. 7 V. 9 /o 15 E, Ephes. 4 to v, 17 



lKin«rs7/ot;.27 
1 Kin^ 7 V. 27 
lKln|cs8/ot.22 
1 Kings 8 V. 22 
[/o64 
Joel 2f. 21 
Zeph. 8 
« 

lKin^l0/(n;.14 
iKinsrslOt;. 14 
1 Kings 11 to V, 

[26 
1 Kings llv. 26 
1 Kings 12 to V. 

[25 

1 Kings 12^.25 

[& 18 to V. 11 

1 Kings 18 1;. 11 

1 Kings 14 to V, 

[21 

2 Ohron. 12 
2 Ohron. 18 
2 Chron. 
2 Chron 
Dent. 5 

Isai. 10 V. SB & 
[11 



Gen. 11 to V, 10 
Num. 11 V. 16^0 

Ezek. 86 V, 25 
1 Sam. 19 V. 18 



14 
15 



if. 

E. 


John 4 to 
Heb. 2 


tf. 81 


M. 
E. 


John 4 V. 
Heb. 8 


81 


E. 

M, 
E. 


John 17 
Heb. 4 V. 
[to t'. 1 1 ( 

John 5 V, 
Heb. 5 


14&5 

5r John 
to V. 2^ 
24 


M. 


John 6 to 


V. 22 


E. 
M, 

E, 


Heb. 6 
John 6 V 

Heb. 7 


22 to 

[41 


M. 
E. 


John 6 V. 
Heb. 8 


41 



M, John 7 to V. 25 
E, Heb. 9 
i/. John 7 V, 25 
E. Heb. 10 
Jf. Heb. 12 r. 14 
E, Acts 19 /or. 11 
[or John 8 to V, SI 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 



1 Cor. 14 V, 20 
1 Cor. 12 

Acts 2 r. 12^0 22 
Gal. 5 



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JUNE hath xxx Days. 



1 Wednesday ( Abst. ) 

Nicomede, Martyr. 

* Ember^ay. 

2 Thursday 

3 Friday (Abst.) 

♦ Ember-day. 

4 Saturday (Abst. ) 

*Emb€r-day. 

iii5 XCrf nf tp Sun&ap 

Proper Psalms, M. 29, 33 ; E. 93, 97, 
160. Proper Preface in the Commun- 
ion Service. (White.) 
Boniface, Bishop and Martyr. 

6 Monday (Green) 

7 Tuesday (Green) 

8 Wednesday (Green) 

9 THUIiSDAY (Green) 

10 Friday (Abst.) 

(Green) 

11 Satur&ai?. S*3Barnas» 
bas (Red) 

iiii2 Sun&ap. l8t after 

XCdnitB (Qreen) 

1 3 Monday 

14 Tuesday 

15 Wednesday 

♦ For Proper Lessons for the Ember-days, see 



1st Lesson. 



M. 1 Kinsrs 19 
E, 1 Kin^ 20tov. 
[82 

M. lKin^20v.82 
E. 1 Kin^21 

M. 1 Kings 22 to v. 
[41 
E, 2 Chron. 19 

M. Z Chron, 20 to V. 

\zo 

E, 2 Chron. 20 v. 
[20 

M. Gen. l&2/ot;. 4 
E, Gen. 2 v. 4 



M. 2 Kln^ 8 
E. 2Kin^4 

M. 2 Kings 5 

E. 2 Kings 6 /ot;. 24 

M. 2 Kings 6 v, 24 
E. 2 Kings 7 

M. 2King8 8/or.l6 
E. 2 Chron. 21 

M. 2 Chron. 22 
E. 2 Kings 9 



M. Mai. 2 tov. 11 

E, lS€Li,A0t0V, 12 



M. Gen. 3 
E. Gen. 6 



M. 2 Chron. 23 
E. 2 Chron. 24 

M. 2 Kings 18 

E. 2 Chron. 25 /o r. 

[17 

M. 2 Kings 14 v. 8 
E. 2 Chron. 26 



2d Lesson. 



M, John 10 to V. 22 
E. James 1 

if. John 10 t;. 22 
E. James 2 

M. Johnll/ov. 21 

E. James 8 

M. John lit;. 21 /o 
[47 
E. James 4 



M. Matt. 8 
E, 1 John 6 or John 
[11 V. 47(6! IS to 
\v.SO 

M. John 12 V. 20 
E. 1 Peter 1 

M. John IZtov.Zl 
E. 1 Peter 2 

if. John 18t\21 
E. 1 Peter 3 

M. John 14 
^. 1 Peter 4 

Jf. John 16 
E, 1 Peter 5 



Jf. Acts 4 r. 28 
£". Acts 13 t\ 48 & 
[lAto.v. 19 

if. Acts 8 V. 2 
^. 1 Tim. 6 or John 
[16 to V. IS 

M. John 16 V. 16 
E, 2 Peter 2 

M. John 17 
^. 2 Peter 3 



if. John 18 /or. 28 
E. 1 John 1 



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16 Thursday 

17 Friday (Abst.) 

S. Alban, Martyr. 

1 8 Saturday 

iiii9 Sun^as* 2& after 

XCrinttg (Green) 

20 Monday 

TraoB. of Edward, Kin^ of W. Saxona. 

21 Tuesday 

22 Wednesday 

28 Thursday 

24 3frt&aB. Wattvttg of 
S. 5obn J5apti5t 

(Abst.) (White) 

25 Saturday 

iii26 Sunday. 3t> after 

XCrfnitB (Oreen) 

27 Monday 

28 Tuesday 

29 Met>neddai?. S* peter 

(Red) 

80 Thursday 



1st Lesson. 



if. 

E. 

M. 
E. 

M, 
E. 



2d Lesson. 



2 Kinss 16 V. 8 M. 

[/o82 
2 Chron. 87 & E. 
\2Btov. 16 

8 Kin^ 16 V. 6 M. 
2 Kln^l7 tov, \e. 

2Kinsr8l7v.24l Jf. 
2 Kin^ 18 tov. \E. 
[18 



John 18 V. 28 
1 John 2 

John 19 tov. 26 
1 John 8 

John 19 f. 26 
1 John 4 



M. Gen. 8 r. 80 & 9 JA Act« 9 to v. 82 

E. 



[to V. 20 
Gen. 16 ^ov. 19 E. 



M. 
E, 



2 Chron. 82 /ot*. 
[20 
2 Kinics 19 

Isai. 88 
2Kin8:8 20t.l2 

2 Chron. 88 
2 Kin^ 22 

2 Ktn^8 28 to v. 

[21 

2Kln^28t7.21 

[&24/on8 

Mai. 8/0 1^. 13 
Mal.8f. 18 & 4 

2 Kin^s 24 v. 8 

[& 26 to V. 8 

2 Kin^ 26 t^ 8 

Gen. 87 
Gen. 42 



Ezra 4 
Ezra 6 

Ezra 6 
Ezra 7 

Ezek. 84 
Zech. 8 



M. Ezra 8 v. 21 

E. Ezra 9 

25 



if. 

E. 

M. 

E, 

M. 
E. 

M. 

E. 

if. 
E. 

if. 

E, 



2 Tim. 2 or John 
[SO to V, 19 

John 20 V, 19 

2 John 

John 21 tov, 16 
8 John 

John 21 t'. 16 
Jnde 

Acts 1 

Matt. 1 

Matt. 8 

Matt. 14 /or. 18 

Acts 2 to V, 22 
Matt. 2 



if Acts 10 

E. 2Tim.8&4/or. 

[9 orMatt. 3 

if Acts 8 
E, Matt. 4 

M. Acts 4 to V. 82 
E, Matt. 6 to V. 27 

M, John 21 

E, Acts 4 V. 8 to 28 

if Acts 4 i;. 82 & 5 
[tov, 17 
E, Matt. 6t'. 27 

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1 Friday (Abst ) 

2 Saturday 

YiaiUttiou of Blessed Virgin Mary. 

sfiS Sunday. 4tb after 

XCrinftP iOretn) 

4 Monday 

Tranelation of S. Martin, Bishop. 

5 Tuesday 

6 Wednesday 

7 Thursday 

8 Friday (Abst.) 

9 Saturday 

ifiio Sunday* 5tb after 
ZtiniVs <Q"«°> 

1 1 Monday 

12 Tuesday 

18 Wednesday 

14 Thursday 

16 Friday (Abst.) 

Translation of Swithon, Bishop. 



1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



M. Ezra 10 /ov. 80 
K Neh. 1 

X Neh. 2 
E. Neh. 4 



M. Gen. 43 
E. Gen. 46 



if. Neh. 7 V. 78 & 8 
E. Neh. le V. 43 & 

[13 to V. 16 

M. Neh. 18 v. 16 

E. Esth.l&2^v.8 

M. Esth.8t7. 16&8 
E. Esth. 4 

M. Esth. 6 
E, Esth. 6 

M. E8th.7&8/ot^.3 
E. Job 1 

M, Job 8 
E. Job 3 



if. Gen. 49 
E. Gen. 60 



if. Job 6 
E. Job r 

M. Job 8 
^. Job 9 

if. Job 10 
j^. Job 1 1 

M. Job 12 
E, Job 13 



if. Job 14 

E, Job 16 /ov. 17 



i/. Acts 6 V. 17 
E. Matt. 6 /o V. 19 

if. Acts 6 

E. Matt. 6 f. 19 & 

[7 to V. 7 



if Acts 11 

E. Titas8&3/ov. 
[10ori/a//.7v.7 

M. Acts 7 t'. 80 
E, Matt. 8 /o r. 18 



M. Acts 8 to V. 86 

^. Matt. 8.V. 18 

if. Acts 8 V, 86 

j:. Matt. 9 /o v. 18 

if. Acts 9 /o V, 83 

^. Matt. 9 t^. 18 

if Acts 9 r. 83 

E, Matt. 10 tot*. 84 

M. Acts 10 to V. 84 

JS;. Matt. 10 v. 84 



M. Acts 14 

J^. Heb. lOor Jfa^^ 

[n 

M. Acts 11 

E. Matt. 18 to V. 88 

if Acts 18 

E. Matt. 18 t*. 82 

M. Acts 18 to r. 26 

E, Matt. 13 to V. 84 

M. Acts 13 t^. 86 

E. Matt.l8v. 84/o 

if Acts 14 

E. Matt. 18 1^. 44 



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, 16 Saturday 

i i|il7 Sun&as. 6tb after 

UrtnitB (Green) 

1 8 Monday 

r 
1 

1 9 TlTESDA Y 

20 Wednesday 

Margaret, Virgin and Martyr. 

21 Thursday 

22 Friday (Abst.) 

S. Mary Magdalene. 

28 Saturday 

iii24 Sunday* 7tb after 

XCrtnitB (Green) 



26 iDon&as. S. James. 

(Red) 

26 Tuesday 

8. Anne. 

27 Wednesday 

28 Thursday 

29 Friday (Abst.) 

30 Saturday 

ifiSi Sunday* 8tb after 
XCrinitB <G'««») 



1st Lesson. 



M. Job 16 
E, Job 17 

M. Ezod.8 
E, Exod. 6 r. 6 & 6 
[to V. 9 

M, Job 28 
E. Job 88 

M, Job 84 

E. Job 86 & 86 

M. Job 87 
E. Job 88 

M. Job 89 
E, Job 80 

if. Job 81 
E, Job 88 

M, Job 88 
E. Job 84 

M, Exod. 9 V. 18 
E. Exod. 10 V. 81 

[&11 

J/. 8KinR8l/ot;.17 
J^. Jer. 86 to v, 16 

M. Job 87 
£*. Job 88 

M. Job 89 
E, Job 40 

M. Job 41 

E, Job 48 

M. Prov. 1 to V, 80 

E. Prov. 1 V. 80 

M, Prov. 4 
J^\ Prov. 10 

M. Exod. 14 
j;. Exod. 17 

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M, Acts 16 /o V. 80 
E, Matt. 14 

if. Acts 16 to V. 81 

E. Heb. 11 or Matt. 

{15 to V, tl 

M. Acts 16 V. 16 
i?. Matt. 16 V. 81 



3f. Acts 17 ^o V. 
E. Matt. 16 



16 



Jf. Acts 17 V. 
-&. Matt. 17 



16 



M, Acts 18 /o t;. 84 
E. Matt. 18/017.81 

M. Acts 18 V. 84 & 

[19 /or. 81 
^. Matt. 18f. 81 

M, Acts 19 V. 81 
E. Matt. 19/ov. 87 

IT. Acts 17 

E. Ueh. 12 or Matt. 

[19 v,g7dhS0to 

[v. 17 

M. liuke 9 t;. 46 
E, Mark 1 v. 14 /o 
[40 

M. Acts 80 f. 17 
E. Matt. 80 V. 17 

Jf. Acts 81 tov. 87 
^. Matt.81/ov. 88 

if. Acts 81 V. 87 & 
[88 to V. 88 
i;. Matt. 81 t'. 88 

M, Acts 88 V. 88 & 

[88 tov.\2 
E, Matt. 88 /ov. 16 

M, Acts 88 r. 18 
^. Matt. 88 V. 16 

Jf. Acts 80 V, 7 
^. Heb. 18 or Matt. 

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1 Monday 

Lammas Day. 

2 Tuesday 

3 Wednesday 

4 Thursday 

5 Friday ( Abst. ) 

6 Satur&aj?* XTransfigu- 
ration of Cbrlst ..(White) 

Proper PaalmB. M. 2?, 61, 93 ; E. 84, 
»9, is:}. 

•ii? Sun&au* 9tb after 

XTrinitj? (Green) 

Name of Jef^as. 

8 Monday 

9 Tuesday 

1 Wednesday . 

S. Lawrence, Martyr. 

11 Thursday 

12 Friday (Abst.) 

1 3 Saturday 

■ill 4 Sunday?, totb after 

XCrinitl? (Green) 

15 Monday 



1st Lesson. 



M. Prov. 14 
£. Prov. 15 



M. Prov. 16 
K Prov. SO 

M. Prov. 28 V. 10 
B. Prov. 84 

M. Prov. 85 
E. Prov. 86 

M. Prov. 87 
E. Prov. 88 



M, Exod. 84 r. 89 
JH, Mai. 4 V, 8 



J/. Num. 1 6 <or. 41 
E. Num. 88 



M, Recles. 1 

E, Rcclea 8 

3f. Eccles. 8 

E. Kccles. 4 

M. Eccles. 5 

E, Eccles. 6 



M. Eccles. 7 
E, Eccles. 8 

Jf. Ecclea 9 
E. Eccles. 10 

M, Eccles. 11 
E, Eccles. 18 



M, Num. 88 & 84 to 
[v. 8 
E. Num. 84 



2d Lesson. 



if. Jer. 8 V, 80 
E. Jer. 8 17. 1 8 

28 



M, Acts 85 

E. Matt. 84 /o r. 89 



if. Acts 86 

E. Matt. 84 V. 89 

M. Acts 87 to V. 18 
E. Matt.85/ot\81 

M. Acts 87 t'. 18 
E. Matt. 85 t7. 81 

M. Acts 88 

E. Matt. 86 /Of. 80 



if. 8 Cor. 8 

E, Matt. 17 to V 14 



M. Acts 84 
E, James 1 or Matt. 
[S6v.S0to67 

M. Rom. 2 

E. Matt. 86 r. 57 

M. Rom. 8 

E. Matt. 87 /ov. 87 

i/. Rom. 4 

E. Matt. 87 V. 87 



if. Rom. 5 
E, Matt. 88 

if. Rom. 6 

E. Mark 1 /o v. 81 

M. Rom. 7 

Jg;. Mark 1 v. 81 



if. Acts 86 

E. James 8 or JUark 
[g to V. SS 



M. Rom. 9 
E. Matt. 8 V. Sd & 
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16 Tuesday . . . 

17 Wednesday 

18 Thursday.. 



I M. Jer. 4 to v. 
E. Jer. 5 



19 



2d Lesson. 



19 Friday (Abst.) 

20 Saturday 

iii2l Sunday?, tub after 

XCrinitl? (Greeo) 



M. Jep. 6 to V. 22 
E. Jer. 7 to v. 21 

M, Jer. 7v. 21 
E, Jer. 8 



M. Jer. 9 
E, Jer. 10 

M. Jer. 11 

E. Jer. 18 to v. 24 



jl/. Rom. 10 

E. Mark 3 r. 13 

I M. Rom. 1 1 

! E. Mark 4 io r. 35 

JIT. Rom, 12 

E, Mark 4 / . 35 & 

[5 /or. 21 

iA. Rom. 13 

E. Mark 5 v. 21 



if. Rom. 14 
E. Mark 6 /r> 



14 



22 Monday. 
28 Tuesday 



24 XRIlednesdap. S. JSat" 
tbolomew (Red) 



25 Thursday 

26 Friday (Abst.) 

27 Saturday 

*28 Sun^as. I2tb after 

UrinitP (0«een) 

S. An^istlne, Bishop. 



29 Monday 

S. John Baptist, BohcAdeU. 



80 Tuesday . . . 

81 Wednesday 



M. Deut. 4 to V. 25 j 3/. Man. 18 
E. Deut. 4 V. 25 to E, JainoN 3 or Mark 
[41 [a r. 14 to so 

M. Rom. 16 

E. Mark r. 30 

3/. 1 Cor. 1 

E. Mark 7 /o r. 24 



3/. Jer. 17 

E. Jer. 18 to r. 18 

3f. Jer. 19 
E, Jer. 21 



J/. Oen. 28 r. 10 
j^. Dent. 18 v. 15 



iV. Jer. 22 

E, Jer. 28 to r. 88 

JA. Jer. 25 to r. 17 
JS'. Jer. 26 

M. Jer. 28 

a;. Jer. 29 /o ?'. 20 



M. Deut. 6 
£". Deut. 7 



3/. Jer. 88 
E. Jer. 84 

3f. Jer. 85 
E, Jer. 86 

3f. Jer. 87 
E. Jer. 88 



M, John 1 / . 43 
E. 1 Peter 1 r. 22 
[^ 2 /or. 13 

M. 1 Cor. 2 

A\ Mark 7 / . 24 

3A 1 Cor. 3 
E. Mark 8 

M. 1 Coi'. 4 

E. Mark 9 A> r. 30 



M. Matt, 19 r. 27 
[.V 20 /(^ r. 17 

E. Jam es 4 r> /■ 3/fi vk 
\9r.30 

M. 1 Cor. 6 

E. Mark 10 /or. 32 

3/. 1 Coi'. 7 

J5'. Mark 10 i. 32 

M. 1 Cor. 8 



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16 Saturday. 



1st Lesson. 



*17 Sun&as. 6tb after I 

UrtnitB (Green)! 



18 Monday 

19 Tuesday 



20 Wednesday 

Margaret, Virgin and Martyr. 



21 Thursday. 



22 Friday (Abst.) 

S. Mary Magdalene. 



28 Saturday. 



iii24 Sun&au. 7tb after 

XCrinitg (Green) 



25 il^on^a)^♦ ©♦ James. 

(Red) 

26 Tuesday 

8. Anne. 

27 Wednesday 

28 Thursday 

29 Friday (Abst.) 

80 Saturday 

iii8i Sunda)?* 8tb after 

UrinitB (Green) 



if. Job 16 
\E, Job 17 

M, Exod.8 
E, Exod. 5 i;. 5 & 6 
[to V. 9 

M. Job 28 
E. Job 28 

M. Job 24 

E. Job 26 & 26 

if. Job 27 
E, Job 28 

M, Job 29 
E. Job 80 

if. Job 81 
E. Job 82 

M. Job 88 
E. Job 84 



Jf. Exod. 9 V. 18 
E, Exod. 10 V. 21 
[&11 

J/. 2KinR8l/ot^.l7 
E. Jer. 26 to v, 16 



Jf. Job 87 
E. Job 88 

M. Job 89 
E, Job 40 

M. Job 41 

E, Job 42 

M. Prov. 1 to t\ 20 

E. Prov. 1 t'. 20 

M. Prov. 4 
E. Prov. 10 

M, Exod. 14 
E, Exod. 17 

27 



2d Lesson. 



M, Acts 16 to V. 80 
J^. Matt. 14 

M. Acta 16 /o V. 81 

^. Heb. 11 or Jfa//. 

[IS to V, £1 

M. Acts 16 V, 16 
i?. Matt. 16 V. 21 

if. Acts 17 tov, 16 
^. Matt. 16 

M. Acts 17 t>. 16 
E, Matt. 17 

Jf. Acts 18 to V. 24 
J^. Matt. 18 ^ov. 21 

M, Acts 18 r. 24 & 

[19^ot'. 21 
^. Matt. 18 v. 21 

Jf. Acts 19 f. 21 
E. Matt. 19/ov. 27 



if. Acts 17 

E, Heb. IZ or Matt. 

[19 v.er&soto 

[t\ 17 

M. liuke 9 V, 46 
i?. Mark 1 v. 14 /o 
[40 

M. Acts 20 t^. 17 
J?. Matt. 20 r. 17 

M, Acts 21 tov, 27 
E, Matt.21/ov. 28 

M, Acts 21 V. 27 & 
[22 to V. 22 
i:. Matt. 21 r. 28 



E. 



Acts 22 V, 22 & 

[28 /Of. 12 
Matt. 22 /Of. 16 



JIf. Acts 28 V. 12 
^. Matt. 22 f. 16 



E. 



Acts 20 V, 7 
Heb. IZ or Matt. 



AUGUST hath xxxi Days. 



1 Monday 

T^iinniaR Day. 

2 Tuesday 

3 Wednesday 

4 Thursday 

5 Friday (Abst.) 

6 Satur&aj?. XCransfigu- 
ration of Cbrist ..(White) 

Proper PsalniB, M. 87, 61, 93 ; E. 84» 
99,133. 

•ii7 Sun&au^ 9tb after 

ZViniVS (Green) 

Name of Jcpas. 

8 Monday 

9 Tuesday 

10 Wednesday . 

8. Lawrence, Martyr. 

11 Thursday 

12 Friday (Abst.) 

1 8 Saturday 

■ill 4 Sun&ap* lOtb after 

XCrinitp (Green) 

15 Monday 



1st Lesson. 


2d Lesson. 


M. Ppov. 14 
U. Prov. 15 


M. Acts 26 

E, Matt.24/ot«.29 


M. Prov. 16 
U. Ppov. 20 


if. Act« 26 

E. Matt. 24 V. 29 


M, Prov. 28 V. 10 
U, Ppov. 24 


M. Acts 27 to V, 18 
E. Matt. 26^0 V. 31 


M. Ppov. 26 
E, Ppov. 26 


if. Acts 27 V. 18 
E. Matt. 26 t'. 81 


31. Ppov. 27 
K Ppov. 28 


M. Acts 28 
*E. Matt. 26/0 r.80 


3/. Exod. 84 %\ 29 
E. Mai. 4v. 2 


if. 2 Cop. 3 

E, Matt. 17/0 V 14 



if. Num. 16/ot'.41 
E. Num. 22 



M. Rccles. 1 
E, Kcclea 2 

if Eccles. 8 
E, Eccles. 4 

2f. Eccles. 6 
E. Eccles. 6 



M. Eccles. 7 

E. Eccles. 8 

if Eccles. 9 

E. Eccles. 10 

if Eccles. 11 

E. Eccles. 12 



M. Num. 23 & 24 to 
[v. 2 
E. Num. 24 



if Jep. 2 V, 20 
E, Jep. 8 17. 1 2 

28 



M. Acts 24 
E, James 1 or Matt. 
[S6 V. SO to 57 

M. Rom. 2 

E, Matt. 26 t*. 67 

if Rom. 8 

E. Matt. 27 /or. 27 

i/. Rom. 4 

E. Matt. 27 V. 27 



if Rom. 6 
E. Matt. 28 

M. Rom. 6 

E, Mapk 1 tov. 21 

if Rom. 7 

E, Mapk 1 V, 21 



if Acts 26 

E, James 2 or Mark 
[S to V, S3 



M. Rom. 9 
E. Matt. 2 r. 28 & 
^ [8 tov. 18 

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1 6 Tuesday . . . 

17 Wednesday 

18 Thursday.. 



1st Lesson. 



19 Friday (Abst.) 

20 Saturday 

1*21 Sun^a)^♦ lltb after 

XTrinitS (Green) 



22 Monday. 
28 Tuesday 



24 XRfle&ncs&ap. ©• »ar-» 
tbolomew (Red) 



25 Thursday 

26 Friday (Abst.) 



27 Saturday , 



■ii28 Sttn^as. I2tb after 

UrinftP (fJieen) 

S. Atifinistine, Bishop. 



29 Monday 

S. John Baptist, Beheaded. 



80 Tuesday . . . 
31 Wednesday 



M. Jcr. Aiov. 19 

E, Jer. 6 

M. Jer. 6 to v. 22 

E. Jer. 7^0 V. 21 

M. Jer. 1 V. 21 

E, Jer. 8 



M. Jer. 9 
E. Jer. 10 

M. Jer. 1 1 

E. Jer. 18 to v. 24 



2d Lesson. 



IT. Rom. 10 

i;. Mark 8 v. 18 

3/. Rom. 11 

E. Mark 4 to v, 86 

if. Rom. 12 

E. Mark 4 f. 86 & 

[6 /Of. 21 

Jf. Rom. 18 

E. Mark 5 t^. 21 

M. Rom. 14 

^. Mark 6 to %\ 14 



J/. I>em. 4 to V. 26 J/. Matt. 18 

JE*. Deut. 4 V. 26 /o £*. James 8 or Mark 



[41 

M, Jer. 17 

^. Jer. 18 to V. 18 

JJf. Jer. 19 
E, Jer. 21 



M. Gen. 28 r. 10 
E. Dent. 18 v. 16 



M. Jer. 22 

J?. Jer. 28 to r. 88 

3A. Jer. 26 /o i'. 17 
JE'. Jer. 26 

M. Jer. 28 

A\ Jer. 29 /o f . 20 



3/. Deut. 6 
E. Deut. 7 



if. Jer. 38 
E. Jer. 34 

M. Jer. 36 
J?. Jer. 86 

M. Jer. 87 
A'. Jer. 88 



[6 V. U to SO 

M. Rom. 16 

E. Mark 6 i*. 80 

M. 1 Cor. 1 

E. Mark 7 to v. 24 



M. John 1 f. 48 
E. 1 Peter 1 i'. 22 
[& 2 /o r. 18 

M. 1 Cor. 2 

E, Mark 7 f. 24 

M. 1 Cor. 8 
JE'. Mark 8 

M. 1 Cor. 4 

E, Mark 9 /o v. 80 



J/. Matt. 19 V. 27 

[& 20 /or. 17 

A". James 4 or Ma rk 

[9V.30 

M. 1 Cor. 6 

E. Mark 10 /or. 82 

M. 1 Cor. 7 

E, Mark 10 v. 82 

M. 1 Cor. 8 

^. Mark 11 /or. 2 

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1st Lesson. 


2d Lesson. 


1 Thursday 

Giles, Abbot and Confessor. 




Jer. 89 
Jer. 40 


if. 1 Cor. 9 

E. Mark lit;. 27& 

[12 to r. 18 


2 Friday 


(Abat.) 


E. 


Jer. 41 
Jer. 42 


M. 1 Cor. 10 
E, Mark 12 v. 18/0 
[28 


8 Saturday . 




M. 
E, 


Jer. 48 

Jer. 44 to v. Iti 


M. 1 Cor. 1 1 






E, Mark 12 v. 28 


iii4 Sun^al?* 
Urinitg . . . 


I3tb after 

(Green) 


M. 
E. 


Dent. 9 v. 9 
Dent. 82 to v. 44 


M. Matt. 28 

E, James U or J/arA' 

[IS 


5 Monday . . . 




E. 


Jer. 46 

Jer. 60/0 V. 21 


M. 1 Cor. 18 






E. Mark 14 /or. 26 


6 Tuesday... 




M. 
E. 


Jer. 60v 21 
Jer. 61 V. 54 


M. 1 Cor. 14 

E, M[arkl4r.26/o 

[68 


7 Wednfsday 

Evurtias, Bishop. 




E, 


Jer. 62 to v. 16 
Jer. 62 t;. 16 


31. 1 Cor. 16 /or. 86 
E, Mark 14 r. 68 


8 Thursday. . 




E. 


Lam. 1 

Liam. 2 to v, 20 


M 1 Cor 16 V 86 


Nativity of Blessed Virgin ifary. 


E. Markl6/or.42 


9 Friday .... 


(Abst.) 


I- 


Liam. 8 to v. 87 
Liam. 8 v. 87 


M 1 Cor 16 


^^ jk A%*.*.^rf» ^ • • • • 


yxxv/owy 


E. Mark 16 r. 42 & 

[16 


1 Saturday . . 




E. 


Ezek. 1 
Ezek.2 


M. 2 Cor. 1 


A \0 r«^^&.& \^ ^.M M^ A^ j^ m m 




E. liuke 1 to V, 26 


Urfnit)?... 


I4tb after 

(Green) 


E. 


Dent. 88 
Deut. 84 


if. Matt. 26 
E. 1 Peter 1 or Luke 
[1 r. £6 to 57 


1 2 Monday. . . . 




M. 
E, 


Ezek. 8 
Ezek. 9 


M. 2 Cor. 8 






E, Luke 1 r. 67 


13 TlESDAY . . . 




E. 


Ezek. 11 i;. 14 
Ezek. 12 V. 17 


M. 2 Cor. 4 


\ ^^ M. V ASKJ M^ J^r -M, • • • 




E. Luke 2 /or. 21 


4 Wednesday 

Holy Cro8H Day. 




E. 


Ezek. 18/0 V. 17 
Ezek. 14 


31. 2 Cor. 6 

E. Luke 2 r. 21 


15 Thursday . 




M. 
E. 


Ezek. 18 /or. 19 
Ezek. 18 V. 19 


M. 2 Cor. 6 
E. Luke 8 


16 Friday .... 


(Abst.) 


E. 


Ezek.20/ov. 27 
Ezek. 20 V, 27 


M. 2 Cor. 7 


A ^^ .A. Mm JL mM J"^ A *••• 


. . . . y^^vob. y 


E'. liUke 4 to r. 16 



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1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



17 Saturday 

Lambert, Bishop and Martyr. 

Hhis Sun&au, I5tb after 

XTdnitl? (Green) 

Smbbr Webk.— One of the two Pray- 
ers, " For those who are t<) be ad- 
mitted into Holy Orders,*^ is to be 
used daily daring this week. 



19 Monday 

20 Tuesday 



21 XRIle^nes^a^. S.ObaU 

tbCW (Abet.) 

*Fmber-day. (Red) 



22 Thursday. 



if. Ezek.84t'. 16 
£. £zek.83/ov.ei 



J/. Joshna 28 
F. Joshua 24 



M. Ezek. 86v. 21 
E. EzelL. 37 to V.16 

M. Dan. 1 

E. Dan. 2 to v, 24 



M. 1 KinRS 19 
E. lChron.20^ot^. 
[20 

if. Dan. 2 t;. 24 
E. Dan. 8 



28 Friday (Abst.) ; M. Dan. 4 to r. 19 



♦ JBmber-day, 



(Violet) 



24 Saturday (Abst.) 

♦ Ember^ay. (Violet) 



4i25 Sun^al?. tetb after 

XTrinitS (Oieen) 



26 Mdnday 

S. Cyprian, Archbishop and Martyr. 

27 Tuesday 



28 Wednesday 



29 Ubursbai?. S. Cti^ 
cbael an^ Hll Hngels* 

Proper Psalms, M. 91, 108; E. 94. 148. 
(White) 

80 Friday (Abst.) 

S. Jerome, Priest and Confessor. 



E. Dan. 4 v. 19 

M, Dan. 6 
E. Dan. 6 



M. Judg^es 4 
E. Jnd^esS 

M, Dan. 9 
E, Dan. 10 

M, Dan. 11 to v, 80 
E, Dan. 1 1 v. 80 



M. Dbju 12 

E, Hosea 2 v. 14 



M. Gen. 82 

E, Dan. 10 v. 4 



M, Hosea 4 to v. 18 

E. HoseaSt;. 8& 6 

[to V. 7 



M. 2 Cor. 8 

E, liuke 4 V. 16 



2d, Mark 4 
E. 1 Peter 2 or Luke 
\6 to V, 17 



M. 2 Cor. 10 
E, liUke 5 f. 17 

M. 2 Cor. 11 

E, Luke 6 /o v. 20 



if. liuke 6 V. 27 
J?. Mark 2 v. 18 



if. 2 Cor. 12 
E. liuke 6 t^. 20 

M, 2 Cor. 18 

E, liuke 7 to v. 19 

M, Gal. 1 

jr. Iiiike7t>. 19 to 
[86 



if. Mark 18 
E, 1 Peter 8 or Luke 
[7V.S6 
M, Gal. 8 
E, liuke 8 to v, 22 

if. Gal. 4 
E. liuke 8 V. 22 to 
[40 

M. Gal. 5 

i:. liuke 8 V. 40 



if. Acts 12 tor. 24 
E. Rev. 14r.6&15 



M. Gal. 6 

E, Luke 9 to v. 18 



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1 Saturday 

RemigiuB, Bishop. 

^2 Sun&as. I7tb after 

Urfnitg (Green) 

8 Monday 

4 Tuesday 

5 Wednesday 

6 Thursday 

Faith, Virgin and Martyr. 

7 Friday (Abst.) 

8 Saturday 

p1i9 Sunbas/ I8tb after 

Urinitl2 ....(Green) 

S. Deny!*, Bishop and Martyr. 

1 Monday 

1 1 Tuesday 

12 Wednesday 

13 Thursday 

Trans, of K. Edward, Confessor. 

14 Friday (Abst.) 

15 Saturday 

*16 Sunbas. I9tb after 

Urinitg .....(Green) 





1st Lesson. 




2d Lesson. 


3/. 
E. 


HoseaS 
Hosea 10 


E. 


Ephes. 1 
Liuke 9 t'. 18 to 
[48 


E, 


1 Sam. 18 
1 Sam. 17 


E. 


liuke 13 
1 Peter 4orLuke 
[9 V. J^ 


E. 


Hosea 14 
Joel 1 


E. 


Ephes. 3 
liuke 10/01. 85 


E, 


Joel 2 io t\ 15 
Joel 2 1;. 15/028 


M. 
E. 


Ephes. 4 
Ijuke 10 V. 25 



M, Joel 2 V. 28 & 3 
\to \\ 9 
E. Joel 3 f. 9 

M. Amosl&2/ot'.6 
E. Amos 3 

M. Amos 4 
E. Amos 5 

3f. Amos 7 
E, Amos 8 



M, 1 Chpon. 17 
E, 2Sam.l2/otr.24 



M. Jonah 1 
E, Jonah 2 

M. Jonah 3 
E, Jonah 4 

M, Micah 1/or. 10 
E, Micah 2 

M. Micah 3 
E. Micah 4 



M, Micah 5 
E. Micah 6 

M. Micah 7 
E, Nahnm 1 



M. lKini?s3/ot;.16 
E, 2 Chron. 6 



Jf. Ephes. 5 

E. liUkell/ot?. 29 

M. Ephes. 6 

E. liuke 1 1 V. 29 

M, Phil. 1 

E. Luke 12/01^.22 

M. Phil. 2 

E, Iiukel2r. 22 /o 

[41 

M. liuke 15 
E. 1 Peter 5 or Luke 
\12 V, U 

M. Phil. 4 

E, Luke 18 /ot^. 18 

M. Col. 1 

E. liukQ 18 t>. 18 

M. Col. 2 

E. Luke 14 /ov. 25 

M, Col. 3 

E. liuke 14 V, 25 & 

[15 /Of. 11 

M. Col. 4 

E, Luke 15 t;. 11 

M. 1 Thess. 1 

E. Luke 16 /ov. 19 



M. Luke 19 /'>r. 88 

E. 2 Peter 1 or //?<A-^ 
I W V. 19 



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OCTOBER hath xxxi Days. ! 1st Lesson. 



1 Saturday 3f. 

Remigius, Bishop. | B. 



^2 Sun&as. I7tb after 

Urinftg (Green) 



8 MOKDAY 

4 Tuesday . . . 

5 Wednesday 



6 Thursday 

Faith, Virgin and Martyr. 



M. 
U. 

M, 
E, 

M, 
E, 

M, 
E, 

M, 
E. 



HoseaS 
Hosea 10 



1 Bam. 12 
1 Sam. 17 



Hosea 14 
Joel 1 

Joel 2 to V, 15 
Joel 2 1;. 15^028 



2d Lesson. 



E. 



Joel 2 V. 28 & 8 

[to V, 9 ; 
Joel 3 t. 9 I E. 



I- 



7 Friday (AbstO'^V. 

E. 



8 Saturday 



p1i9 Sunbas. I8tb after 



Urfnitij 

8. Dcnyi?, Bit 



Bishop and Martyr. 

10 Monday 

1 1 Tuesday 

12 Wednesday . 



, (Green) 



13 Thursday 

Trans, of K. Edward, Confessor. 



14 Friday (Abst.) 

15 Saturday 

*16 Sunbas. I9tb after 

Urinitg .....(Green) 



E. 



E, 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M, 
E. 



M. 
E. 

31. 
E. 



E, 



Amosl&2/ot\6 
Amos 8 

Amos 4 
Amos 5 

Amos 7 
Amos 8 



1 Chpon. 17 

2 Sam. 12 /or. 24 



Jonah 1 
Jonah 2 

Jonah 3 
Jonah 4 

Mieah 1 to v, 10 
Micah 2 

Micah 3 
Micah 4 



Micah 5 
Micah 6 

Micah 7 
Nahum 1 



lKin^3/ot;.16 
2 Chron. 6 



M. 
E, 

M, 
E. 



Ephes. 1 
liuke 9 f. 18 /o 

[43 

liUke 13 
1 Peter 4orLuke 
[9 V. 4S 

Ephes. 3 
LiukelO/or. 25 

Ephes. 4 
Luke 10 V. 25 

Ephes. 5 
Ijnke 11 to V. 29 

Ephes. 6 
liuke 1 1 V. 29 

Phil. 1 
IiUkel2/or.22 

Phil. 2 
Iiukel2r. 22 /o 

[41 

Luke 15 

iPeterfiorLuke 
[IS V. 41 

Phil. 4 

Luke 13 /Of. 18 

Col. 1 

LukQ 18 t\ 18 

Col. 2 

Luke 14 /or. 25 

Col. 3 

Luke 14 r. 25 & 
[l6tov, 11 

Col. 4 

Luke 15 V. 11 

1 Thess. 1 
Luke 16 /or. 19 



M. Lukel9/r>f'.28 

E. 2 Peter I or I/iike 
1 16 V. 19 



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OCTOBER hath xxxi Days. 

17 Monday 

Btheldreda, ViTgin. 

18 Uues&a)?. S. Xufte.. 

(Red) 

1 9 Wednesday 

20 Thursday 

21 Friday (Abst.) 

•22 Saturday 

iii23 Sun&as. 20tb after 

XCtinitg (Green) 

24 Monday 

25 Tuesday 

Crispin, Martyr. 

26 Wednesday 

27 Thursday 

28 frf&as. S. Simon an& 
S. 5u&e (Abst.) 

(Red) 

29 Saturday 

^30 Sun&as- 2l5t after 

XCrinitS (Oreen) 

81 Monday ;. .. 

8 



1st Lesson. 



M. Hal>. 1 

E. Hab. 2 

M. Ecclus. 88 to i\ 
[16 

E. Isai. 88 

M, Hab. 8 

E. Zeph. 1 

M, Zeph. 2 

E, Zeph. 8 

M. Hafir^ai 1 

E, Hasi^ai 2 

M. Zech. 1 

E. Zech. 2 



M, 1 Kin^ 17 
E, 1 Kin^ 18 

M. Zeeh. 5 
E. Zech. 6 



M. Zech. 7 
E, Zech. 8 

M, Zech. 9 
E. Zech. 10 

M. Zech. 11 
E. Zech. 12 



M, Isai. 28 17. 9tov, 
[19 
E. Jer. 3r. 12 

M. Zech. 13 
E, Zech. 14 



il/. 1 King^s 19 
E, 2 Kiii^ 5 

M. Mai. 8 to V. 18 



2d Lesson. 



Jf. 1 Thess. 8 
j&. Luke 17 /o 20 

if. liuke 1 to V, 24 

E, Acts 1 ^0 V. 16 

M, 1 Thess. 4 

E. liUke 17 V. 20 

M. 1 Thess. 6 

^. liUke 18^01;. 18 

M. 2 Thess. 1 

E. liUke 18 V, 18 

if. 2 Thess. 2 

E, Iiiikel9^ot;. 28 



if. John 8 to V. 28 

^. 2 Peter 2 or i^Are 
[/5 V. ^^ 

if. 1 Tim. 1 

E. liUke 20 ^of. 27 

M. 1 Tim. 2 

J:. Iiuke 20 V, 27 

if 1 Tim. 8 
J^. Iiiike21 

if 1 Tim. 4 

j^. Luke 22/01;. 81 



M. John 14/ov. 15 
^. Jude 

if 1 Tim. 6 

E. Luke 22 1;. 81/0 

[64 

M, John 7 

J^. 2 Petep8ori^A:e 
[5;? r. 64 



.... ...... w .^ . . *w M. 2 Tim. 1 

/;. Mal.8t. 18&4 E. Luke 28/ot7.^6 

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1 XCuea&as* au Saints 

Proper Psalms, M. 1, 15, 146 ; E. 118, 
121, 149. (White) 

2 Wednesday 

♦8 Thursday 

4 Friday ( Abst. ) 

5 Saturday 

*6 Sun&ag* 22& after 

UrinitB (Green) 

Leonard, ConfiBSsor. 

7 Monday 

8 Tuesday 

9 Wednesday 

10 Thursday 



11 Friday (Abst.) 

S. Martin, Bishop and Clonfessor. 

12 Saturday 

^18 Sun&ag. 23& after 

UrfnitB (Green) 

Britioe, Bishop. 

14 Monday 

15 Tuesday 

Mochatas, Bishop. 



1st Lesson. 



M, Wis. 8 /ov. 10 
B. Wis. 6/ov. 17 



3r. 

E, 

M. 
E. 



Tobit 18 
Wis. 1 

Wis. 4 V. 7 
Wis. 6 to V. 2ft 

Wis. 7 V. 15 
Wis. 8 /o v. 19 

Wis. 9 
Wis. 18 

8 Kin^ 19 
2 Chron. 86 

Ecclus. 1 
Rcclus. 8 

Ecclus.3^r.84 
Ecclas. 4 



E. 

E, 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

if. Ecclus. 6 
E. Ecclns.6r.l8& 
[7/ov. 11 

M. Ecclus.9v.l5& 

[10 to V, 18 

E. Ecclus. lOv. 18 

Jf. Ecclus. 15 
E, Ecclus. 16r. 86 
[& 17 to V. 80 

M, Ecclus. 18 to V. 
[15 
Ecclus. 18 V. 15 



E. 
E. 



ProT. 1 
Ppov. 8 



M, Ecclus. 84 to V. 

[19 

E, Ecclus. 84 f^. 19 



Ecclus. 30 17. 81 

[&31 tov. 18 

Ecclus. 34 f. 13 



2d Lesson. 



M, Heb. 11 V. 88 & 

[18 tov. 7 
E. Rev. 19 tov, 17 



M, 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 



8 Tim. 8 
Luke 88 v. 86/0 
[50 

8 Tim. 8 
Ijuke 83 V. 50 & 

[84 to V. 13 

8 Tim. 4 
liUke 84 V. 13 

Titus 1 

John 1 to t«. 89 



if. John 8 to v. 48 

E. 1 John 1 orJohtt 

[lv.£9 

M. Titus 8 
E, John 8 



E. 

M. 
E. 



Philemon 
John 8 to V. 88 

Heb. 1 
John 8 V. 88 



M. Heb. 8 

E, John 4 to V. 31 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M, 

E. 

M. 
E. 



Heb. 3 
John 4 V. 



81 



Heb. 4 

John 5 to r. 84 

John 9 

1 John 8 or John 
[5 V. 24. 

Heb. 6 

John 6 to V, 88 
Heb. 7 



E. John 6 V. 88 to 

in November, or on snch other day as shall be ap- 



• The fln»t Thnrsday i . 

-the Civil anthority ciiptomarily appoints the lant Thursday.) Special 



• Thanksoivino Dat.— (•• 
pointed by the (Mvil nuthorttv ' 

Sente'ices : Proper Anthem instead of "O Come, Let Us Sins',' etc." : Psalter at discretion [th'e 4th 
Heh'Ctioii Ik npproprlate] : the Lessens* Deut. 8 A 1 Thess. 6 v. la to v. 24. Special TtutniugiTinjt after 
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1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



1 XCues&as. au Saints 

Proper Psalms. M. 1, 15, 146 ; E. 119, 
121, 149. (White) 

2 Wednesday 

♦8 Thursday 

4 Friday (Abst.) 

6 Saturday 

*6 Sun&ag. 22& after 

UtlnitS (Green) 

Leonard, Conressor. 

7 Monday 

8 Tuesday 

9 Wednesday . 

10 Thursday 

11 Friday ....(Abet.) 

S. Martin, Binhop and Confessor. 

12 Saturday 

*18 Sun&a?. 23& after 

XCrfnitg (Green) 

Biitias, Bishop. 

14 Monday 

15 Tuesday 

Machatns, Bishop. 



M, Wis. 8 to V. 10 

E. Wi8.6toi;. 17 

M, Tobit 13 
E, Wis. 1 

M. Wis. 4 V. 7 
E. Wis. 6 to V. 22 



M, 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E, 



Wis. 7 V. 15 
Wis. 8 to v. 19 

Wis. 9 
Wis. 13 

2 Kin^ 19 
2 Chron. 86 



3f. Ecclus. 1 
E. Rcclus. 2 

Jf. Ecclus.3tor.24 
E. Ecclas. 4 

M, Ecclas. 6 
E, Ecclus.6r.l8& 
[7 tor. 11 

M, Ecclus. 9r.l5& 

[10 to r. 18 

E, Ecclus. 10 r. 18 

Jf. Ecclus. 15 
E. Ecclus. 16r. 26 
[& 17 tor. 20 

M. Ecclus. 18 to r. 

[15 

E. Ecclus. 1 8 r. 15 



E. 
M. 



ProT. 1 
Ppot. 2 



Ecclus. 24 to r. 
[19 
E. Ecclus. 24 r. 19 



M. 
E, 



Ecclus. 30 r. 21 

[&dl tor. 12 
Ecclus. 34 r. 18 



M. Heb. 11 r. 82 & 

[12 tor. 7 

E. RcT. 19 tor. 17 



M, 
E. 

M. 
E, 



if. 
E, 

M, 
E. 



2 Tim. 2 
Luke 28 r. 26 to 
[50 

2 Tim. 8 
liuke 23 V. 50 & 

[24 to r. 13 

2 Tim. 4 
liuke 24 r. 13 

Titus 1 

John 1 to r. 29 



if. John 8 to r. 48 

E. 1 John 1 or John 

[1 V, 29 

M, Titus 8 
E, John 2 

M. Philemon 

E. John 8 to r. 22 

if. Heb. 1 

E. John 3 r. 22 

if. Heb. 2 



E, John 4 to r. 

M. Heb. 8 
E. John 4 r, 



31 



31 

M. Heb. 4 

E. John 5 to r. 24 

M. John 9 
E. 1 John 2 or John 
[5 r. U 

M. Heb. 6 



John 6 to r. 22 
Heb. 7 



E, John 6 r. 



22 to 

[41 

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pointed by the Civil nuthorttv "—the Civil anthority cnstomarily appoints the lart Thursday.) Special 
8enle'»ces : Proper Anthem instead of *'0 Come, Let Us Sing, etc.'* : Psalter at discretion [the 4th 
KoU'ctioii Ih npproprlate] : the Lew^'mn Deut. 8 A 1 Thess. 5 v. 12 to v. 24. Special Thanksgivint; after 
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16 Wednesday 

17 Thursday 

Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln. 

18 Friday (Abst.) 

1 9 Saturday 

^20 Sim&ag* flejt before 

H&Pent (Green) 

Edmond, King and Martyr. 

21 Monday 

22 Tuesday 

Cecilia, Virgin and Martyr. 

28 Wednesday 

S. Clement, Bishop. 

♦24 Thursday 

25 Friday (Abet.) 

Catherine, Virgin and Martyr. 

26 Saturday 

iii27 Sun&as^ l5t in a&«» 
t>ent 

Proper Psalmn, M. 8. W) : K. 9ft. »7. 
The C«'ll(Ti for th*» fin=t Sunday in 
Advent Ih to be rcpoaU'd. fvery day. 
wifh the olher < olIeclM in Advent, 
unto Chri8tma8 day. (Violet) 

27 Monday 

29 Tuesday 

80 TI0le&ne55a)?. ©• an- 
&rew (Red) 



1st Lesson. 



* See foot-note on previous page. 



M. Ek^clns. 85 

E. Kcclus. 88 v. 24 

[&89 iov. 12 

M. Ecclus. 89 v. 18 
E. Ecclus. 41 to V. 

[14 

M, Ecclus. 42 r. 17 
[& 48 to V. 1 1 
E. Ecclus. 44 

M. Ecclus. 47 /o V. 

[12 

E, Ecclus. 50 to V, 

[25 

M, Mai. 8 & 4 

E, Eccles. 11& 12 

M. Isai. 1 
E, Isai. 2 

M, rsai. 8 to V. 16 
E. Isai. 4 

if. Isai. 5 tov, 18 
E. Isai. 5 1'. 18 

if. Isai. 6 
E. Isai. 7 

if. Isai. 8/ot;. 18 
E. Isai. 8 v. 18&9 
\to V. 8 

if. Isat 9 V. 8 

E. Isai. 10/ov. 20 

if. Isai. 1 to V. 28 
E. Isai. 2 



3f. Isai. 12 
E. Isai. 18 

if. Isai. lAtov, 24 
^. Isai. 17 



M. Num. 10 t'. 29 
E, Isai. 55 

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M. Heb. 8 

E. John 6 V. 41 

M. Heb. 9 

E, John 7 /o f. 25 

i/. Heb. 10 

^. John 7 V. 25 
if. Heb. 1 1 

E. John Stov. 21. 

if. John 16 

E, Jude or John S V. 
\21 

M. Heb. 18 
E, John 9 

if. James 1 

E, John 10 ^ov. 22 

M. James 2 

.^. John 10 V. 22 

if. James 8 

E, Johnll/ov. 21 

M, James 4 

E, John lit'. 21/0 

[47 

M. James 5 

E, John 1 1 1;. 47 & 

[12 tov. 20 

if liuke 1 to V. 26 

E. ner. lor John 1£ 
[v. ^(? 



M. 1 Peter 2 

^. John 18/0 v. 21 

if 1 Peter 8 

E. John 18 V. 21 



M. John 1 V, 29 to 

[48 

E. John 12 r. 20 to 

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1st Lesson. 


2d Lesson. 


1 Thuksday 


if. Isai. 18 

E. Isai. 19 to V. 18 


M. 1 Peter 4 
E. John 14 



2 Friday (Abst.) 

8 Saturday 

^4 Sunday?. 2& tn aN 

t>ent (Violet) 

♦5 Monday 

6 Tuesday 

Nicholas, Bisbop. 

7 Wednesday 

8 Thursday 

Conception of Virgin Mary. 

9 Friday (Abst.) 

10 Saturday 

^11 Sun&ag. 3D in H&* 
t>ent 

Bmber Week.— One of the two Pray- 
ers, " For those who are to be ad- 
mitted into Holy Orders/' is to be 
used daily daring this week. 

(Violet) 

12 Monday 

18 Tuesday 

Lucy, Virgin and Martyr. 

14 Wednesday (Abst.) 

i En^>er-day. 

15 Thursday 



M, Isai. 19 V. 18 & M. 

[20 

E, Isai. 21 tov, 13 

M. Isat 22 to V. 15 M, 

E, Isai. 22 V. 16 E. 

M. Isai. 5 to V, 26 M. 

E. Isat 24 E, 

M. Isai. 25 M, 

E. Isai. 26 E. 

M. Isai. 27 M. 

E. Isai. 28 to v, 14 E, 

M. Isai. 28 V. 14 M, 

E. Isat 29 I E, 



M. Isat 80/0 t*. 18 M. 

E, Isai. 30 V. 18 E. 

M. Isat 31 M. 

E. Isat 82 E, 

M. Isai. 33 M, 

E. Isai. 84 E. 

M. Isat 25 M. 

E, Isai. 28 to V. 23 E. 



M. Isat 41 tov. 17 M. 

E, Isat 41 V. 17 E. 

M, Isat 42 ^v. 17 M. 

E, Isai. 42 V, 17 & E, 

[43 to v. 8 

M. Isai. 43 t . 8 M. 

E. Isai. 44 /or. 21 ^. 

M. Isat 44 t;. 21 & if. 

[45 to V, 8 

J^. Isai. 45 V. 8 JT. 



1 Peter 5 
Jolin 15 

2 Peter 1 
John l^tov, 16 

Imke 1 V, 26 to 

[57 

Rev. 2 or John 

[16 V. 16 

2 Peter 8 
Jolm 17 

1 John 1 
John 18 /ot;. 28 

1 John 2 
John 18 V, 28 

1 John 8 
John 19 /or. 25 

1 John 4 
John 19 r. 25 

1 John 5 
John 20 /or. 19 



liuke 1 r. 57 
Rev. 3 or John 
[W V. 19 



3 John 

John 21 tov, 15 

Jude 

John 21 r. 15 



Rev. 1 

Rev. 2 to V. 18 

Rev. 2 r. 18 & 3 
[tov. 7 
Rev. 3 r. 7 



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1st Lesson. 



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16 Friday (Abst.) 

OSapienOa. 



'-day. 

17 Saturday. 



iiil8 SunOaB. 4tb in H6i» 
vent (Violet) 



19 Monday , 

20 Tuesday . 



21 Medneddai?. S. 
Ubomas (Red) 



i/. Isai. 46 
K Isai. 47 



if. IsaL 48 

E. Isai. 49 to v. 18 



M. Isai. 80 to v. 22 

E. Isai. 82 

M. Isai. 61 

E. Isai. 62 to V, 18 

M, Isai. 62 v. 18 & 

^. Isai. 64 [68 



M. 2 Kin^ 6 f . 8 

[/o24 
" 2 Kin^ 7 



22 Thursday m. isai. 66 



28 Friday (Abst.) 



24 Saturday. 



E. 
E, 



Isai. 66 

Isai. 67 
Isai. 68 



iii25 SunOau. CbriBtmaSi* 

Oag (White) 

Proper Psalms, M. 10, 46, 85 ; E. 89, 
■ 110,182. ProperPreface in the Com- 
munion Service and on 8cven days 
after. The Collect of the Nativity 
is to be said continually unto New 
Year's Eve. 

26 flDonOas. S. Stepben 

(Red) 

27 ICnesOai?. S. 5obn 
Evangeltet (Whito 

28 XRHeOnesOai?. ^be 
Innocents (vioiet) 



29 Thursday (White) 

80 Friday .. .(Abst.) (Whito 

81 Saturday (White) 

Silvester, Bishop. 



J/. Isai. 69 
E. Isai. 60 



M, Isai. 9 to V. 8 
E, laa,i.lv. 10 to 11 



E. 



Oen. 4 to v, 17 
2 Chron. 24 v. 
[16 to 26 



if. Exod. 88 r. 7 
E. Isai. 6 

if. Jer. 81 /o t;. 18 
E. Isai. 49 t^. 18 

^f. Isai. 61 
£;. Isai. 62 

if. Isai. 68 
^. Isai. 64 

3f. Isai. 66 
E. Isai. 66 



if. Rev. 4 
-&. Rev. 6 



if. Rev. 6 
E. Rev. 7 



M. Luke 8 /o r. 28 
E. Rev. 22 

if. Rev. 10 
E. Rev. 11 

if Rev. 12 
E. Rev. 18 



if Mark 16 v. 9 

E. Johu 14^017.16 

if Rev. 14 
E. Rev. 16 

M. Rev. 16 
j;. Rev. 17 

if Rev. 18 

E. Rev. IBtov. 11 



if. 



Ijuke 2 to V. 16 
Titiis2f. 11&8 

[to V. 9 



if Acts6&7/ov.l7 
E. Act87v.l7 to 66 



if John 18 r. 21/0 
E. 2 Johu [36 

if Matt. 18 /or. 16 
i^. Mark 10 v. IS 
[/o 88 
M. Rev. 19 V. 11 
^. Rev. 20 

M, Rev. 21 /or. 16 
E. Rev. 81 r. 16 



E. 



Rev. 28 /o r. 8 
Rev. 22 r. 8 



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FEBRUARY. 

23 asbi-XWlebnesaai? .... 



24 Thursday. 

Xd day qf Lent. 



25 Friday 

Sd day qf Lent. 

26 Saturday 

Itih day qf Lent. 

iii27 Sunbas. ist in Xent 

28 Monday 

Bth day qf Lent. 

MARCH. 

1 Tuesday 

6ih day (^ Lent. 

2 Wednesday 

7th day of Lent. 
Ember-day. 

3 Thursday 

8fh day of Lent. 

4 Friday 

9th day qf Lent. 
Ember-day. 

5 Saturday 

loth day qf Lent. 
Ember-day. 

iii6 Sunbau. 2b in Xent 



7 Monday . . . 

Uthdayqf Lent, 

8 Tuesday . . . 

Wh day qf Lent. 

9 Wednesday 

ISth day qf Lent. 

10 Thursday.. 

nth dfiy qf Lent. 

11 Friday 

15th day qf Lent. 



1st Lesson. 



if. Isal. 68 

E, Jonah 8 

M. Isal. 50 /Of. 17 

F, Jer. 8t\ 12 & 4 

[to V. 8 
M. Micah 7 
E. Zeph. 1 
M. Amos 8 
E. Amos 6 
M. Jer. 7/ov. 21 
E. Jer. to v. 25 



Zech. 1 
Zech. 8 



M. Ezek. 8 



if. 

E, 
M. 

E. 

M. 
Ezek. 20 V. 27 j E. 
Kze^, S3 to t.21 M, 
Ezek.84/ov.l7 E. 



Ezek. 9 

£zek. 2 iiStov, 

Ezek. 8 V. 10 
Ezek.20/ot;.27 



2d Lesson. 



M, liuke 16 
^. Heb. 12 tor. 18 
M. Mark 11 v. 12 
E. Rom. 1 

M. Matt. 12 to f. 22 

E. Rom. 8 

if Matt. 12 V. 22 

E. Rom. 4 

J/. Matt. 10 

E. Ephes.4 or Mark 

M. Matt. 13 tor. 24 
E. 1 Tim. 1 



M. ISzek. 84f. 17 
E. Rzek.87tot;.16 

M, Ezek. 14 
E. Dan. 8 



if. Job 1 
E. Gen. 7 
if. Job 2 
E. Oen. 8 
if. Job 8 
E. Gen. 18 
if Job 
E. Gen. 18 f. 
M. Job 14 
A. Gen. 19 v. 



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1 Tim. 2 
Matt. 18 r. 44 

1 Tim. 8 
Matt. 14 V. 22 
1 Tim. 4 
Matt. 16 tor. 13 
1 Tim. 6 



M. Matt. 17 r 
E. Titus 1 



14 



if. Ijukel0tot\26 

E. Ephes. 6r. 15 & 

6 tor. 10 or J/ar^• 
[IS V. IS to $8 

M. Matt. 19 tor. 16 

E. Rom. 6 

M. Matt. 19 f. 16 

E, Rom. 8 to V. 22 

M. Matt. 21 V. 28 

E. Rom. 8 r. 22 

if. Matt. 24 tor. 29 

£:. Rom. 9 to r. 18 

v. Matt. 9A V. 29 

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12 Saturday 

16th day qf Lent. 

liiis Sunbas, 30 in Xent 



14 Monday . . , 

nth day qf Lent. 



15 Tuesday .. . 

18th day qf Lent. 

16 Wednesday 

19th day of Lent. 

17 Thursday.. 

tOlA day qf Lent. 

18 Friday 

tlH day qf Lent. 

19 Saturday.. 

fid day qf Lent. 



1st Lesson. 



2d Lesson. 



iii20 Sunbas. 4tb in Xent 



21 Monday ... 

fSd day qf Lent. 

22 Tuesday . . . 

9tUh day qf Lent. 

28 Wednesday 

26th day qf Lent. 



24 Thursday 

26th day qf Lent. 

25 Friday 

t7th day qf Lent. 

26 Saturday 

KthduyqfLent. 

1*27 Sunbap. 5tb in Xent 



M. 
E. 

31. 

E. 



E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 

E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 



Job 19 
Gen.81r.9/o22 



80 



£zek. 18 V. 
Dan. 5 

Job 27 
Exod. 17 



Job. 88 

Lev. 10 /ot;. 19 



Job 29 
Num. 18 V. 

Job 30 
Num. 14/0 V. 



17 



86 

Job 81 V. 4 

Num. 16 r. 17 

Job 88 
Josh. 7 



Micah 6 
Dan. 6 

Job 88 iov. 19 
1 Sam. 8 

Job 88 V. 19 
1 Sam. 4 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. Job 89 
E. 1 Sam. 16 



M. 
E. 

M. 
E. 

M. 

E. 

M. 
E. 



Job 40 
lSam.88/ov.81 

Job 41 
8Sam.84/ov.l6 

Job 48 

8 Sam. 84 v. 16 

Zech. 13 
Dan. t tov. 19 



M. 
E. 



Mark 1 v. 81 
Rom. 16/ot\ 88 



M. Mark 9 io v. 30 

E. Horn ^14 or Mark 
[16 V. 42 <&16 

M. Mark 8 to v. 18 
E. 1 Cor. 4 



M. 
E. 



Mark 6 to v. 
1 €k>r. 6 



81 



M. Mark 6 r. 81 
E. 1 Cor. 6 

M. Mark 6 v. 46 
E. 1 Cor. 9tov 84 



M. 

E. 

M. 

E. 



Mark 7 v. 14 to 

[81 

1 Cor. 10 v. 18 

Mark 8 t*. 88 
1 Cor. 14 V. 86 



M. John 6 t*. 84 
E. Phil, lor Lukes 

M. Mark 9 v. 33 
E. 8 Cor. 8 



M. 
E. 



Mark 10 /ot;. 17 
8 Cor. 6 



M. Mark 10 v. 17 
[/o36 
E. 8 Cor. 7 

M. Mark 10 v. 36 
E. 8Cor.l8/ot'.16 



M. 
E. 



Mark 18 /or. 18 
Gal. 6 



M. Mark 18 v. 18 
E. 1 Thess. 8 



M. 
E. 



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MARCH. 



28 Monday ... 

■2f}th day qf Lent. 

29 Tltesday... 

SoUi day of Lent. 



30 Wednesday 

5/^^ day qf Lent. 



31 Thursday . . 

S^d day of Lent. 

APRIL. 



1 Friday . . . 

SSd day qf Lent. 



2 Saturday 

SUh day qf Lent. 

^z Sunbap. laeit before 
Easter 

Palm Sunday. 



4 /RonbasbeforeEaster 



5 XTuesbapbeforeieaster 

6 Mebnesbaj? before 

jEaster 

7 Ubursbap before 
Easter 



8 Q^oo^ fribas. 

9 JBasteri-Epen 



1st Lesson. 



M, Deut. 28 /ot^. 16 
E. iViiugs,^ to v.lO 

M. Deut. 28^. Ihto 
[47 

E, 1 K.ins» 10 to V. 
[14 

M. Dent. 28 V. 58 

E. 2Kin^6/ov.24 

M, I>eut. 30 
E. 2 Kiii^ 22 



M. Jer. 18 to v. 15 
E. Ezra 

J/. Jer. 13 V. 15 
E. Jer. 18 to v. 18 



M. Zech. V. 
E. Dan. 



Gen. 8 v. 20 & 4 

Ifov, 17 
Num. 20/ot;.14 



M. Num.21 to v.lO 
E. Ijev.l6t'.6^o25 

M. Zech. 11 

E. Gen.37v.3/o20 

M, Exod. 16 V. 4 /o 
[16 
E, Gen. 14 v. 14 

M. Gen. 22 to v. 19 

E. Isai. 52 V. 18 & 

[68 

M. Tsai.38t'.9/o21 
E, Kxod. 18 



2d Lesson. 



M, Luke 1 1 V, 29 
E. 2 Thess. 2 

3/. Luke 12 /or. 22 
E. Heb. 8 

J/. Iiukel2r.22/o 

[41 
E. Heb. 5 

if. liuke 12 V, 41 
^. Heb. 6 



M. John 6 to V. 24 
i?. Heb. 8 

3/. John 12 t'. 20 
E. Heb. 10 t;. 28 



Jlf. Matt. 26 

E. John 11 1'. 4r& 
[12 to V, 20 or 
[Luke9v.l8to43 

M. John 14 

-E^. 1 Cor.lO/ov.l2 

M. John 16 

j;. Heb. 9/ov. 16 

M. John 18 

E. 1 Peter I/O V.22 

J[f. John 6 V. 27 

^. Heb. 7 

Jf. John 18 
JS?. 1 Peter 2 



M. liuke 28 v, 60 
^. Heb. 4 



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Ember-Days, when it is Red. 



MAY. 

THE ROGATION DAYS. 

16 Monday . 



1st Lesson. 



17 Tuesday 



M. Deut. 8 

E. Dent. 28 /ot;. 16 



1 8 Wednesday . 



JUNE. 

THE EMBER-DAYS IN WHITSUN-WEEK. 

1 Wednesday 



M. 1 Kin^ 8 t^. 22 
[/o41 
E. I8ai.64 

' M. Jep. 14 

{/;. HabakukS 

I 

' M. Isai. 6 to V. 9 
E. Jer. 81 v. 27 



8 Friday . . . 
4 Saturday. 



M. Isal. 61 

E, Jer. 42 to v. 18 



SEPTEMBER. 

THE ember-Days in September. 

2 1 Wednesday 



28 Friday 

24 Saturday 

DECEMBER. 

The Ember-days in December. 

14 Wednesday 



1 6 Friday . . . 

17 Saturday. 



M, KzeU.,lS to V. 17 
E, £zek.l4/ov. 12 



3/. Deut. 18 r. 16 
E, 1 Kin^ IS to V. 

[27 

31. 2Kings2 to V.2S 
E. Jer. Bv.Sto 20 

3f. Hosea 4 to v. 10 
E, Mlcah 8 v. 6 



M. Jer. 28 to v. 16 
E. Jer. 28 V. 16 

M. Jer. 26 to v, 20 
E, Mai. 2 

M, Mai. 3 to V. 18 

E. Mal.St'. 18&_4 

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M. Matt. 6 r. 24 
E, James 1 tov.1% 

M. Luke 11 tov. 14 

E. James 4 

M. Johu 6 f. 24 to 
[41 
J?. James 6 



if. liuke 6 V. 12 /o 
[24 
JF. 1 Cor. 1 V. 18 

M. Luke 10 /or. 26 
J5^. 1 Cor. 2 

M. Luke 12 /ot\ 18 
E, 1 Cor. 9 V. 7 



M. Acts 1 /o V. 10 
J5;. 2 Cor. 4 



Jf. Acts 4 /<? V. 18 
-&. 2 Cor. 6 

M. Aot84v. 18/0 24 
E. Heb.l8r.7/o22 



M. John 1 r. 29 
E, Ephes. 4/onl7 

M, John 6 V. 38 
i;. 1 Thess. 6 

M. Luke 1 2 r. 36/0 

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CHURCH EVENTS OP THE PAST YEAR. 

The American Church has been called upon to lose the presence on earth of 
two of her Bishops — Nelson Somerville Rulison, the second Bishop of Central 
Pennsylvania, and John Brockenbrough Newton, the Bishop Coadjutor of 
Virginia. 

The event which will make the year 1897 memorable in the annals of the 
Church was the meeting of the Fourth Lambeth Conference. The subjects dealt 
with, as is siiowri by the Encyclical Letter and the resolutions and reports, cover 
a very wide range of subjects. The reports of the committees are on the organiza- 
tion of the Anglican Communion, religious communities, critical study of Holy 
Scripture, foreign missions, reformation movements on the continent of Europe, 
Church unity, international arbitration, industrial problems, the Book of 
Common Prayer, duties of the Church to the colonies, and degrees in divinity. 
It cannot be said that the resolutions adopted are of an emphatic or positive 
nature. At the same time it must be confessed that the great problems which 
will confront the Church during the next decade are most certainly those connected 
with what are called the social questions. The relations of capital and labor ; 
arbitration, local and international; the attitude of the Church to the wage-earn- 
ing classes— these and such moral questions as temperance, purity, and the sanctity 
of marriage are those which the Church will have to grapple with in dead earnest 
if she is to mould men's lives after the pattern of Christ. These are just such ques- 
tions which cannot be settled by any decrees. They require to be pressed home to 
the consideration of each congregation. Enduring results can only come about 
in proportion as the laity themselves resolve to discountenance among each other 
infractions of the moral and royal laws. 

A forward step has been taken towards the organization of the Anglican Com- 
munion by the strong recommendation of the provincial system. The Encyclical 
Jitter says: 

*' We desire to encourage the natural and spontaneous formation of provinces, 
so that no Bishop may be left to act absolutely alone, and we think it desirable 
that, in accordance with the ancient custom of the Western Church, the Metropoli- 
tans of these provinces should be known as Archbishops, recommending, however, 
that such titles should not be assumed without previous communication with the 
other Bishops of the Communion, with a view to general recognition. We think it 
would be well for the further consolidation of all provincial action that every 
Bishop, at his consecration, should take the Oath of Canonical Obedience to his 
own Metropolitan." 

The central consultative body for supplying information and advice which it is 
proposed to establish will have to justi^ its existence by the wisdom of its pro- 
ceedings. 

No one can read the reports and the resolutions without being struck by a great 
sense of calmness and of strength. Certainly each Conference seems to go on 



'*from strength to strength." 

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THAT POETION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH 

KNOWN IN LAW AS 

"THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." 



This Church traces her descent from the Apostles of oor Lord and Saviour Jbsus Christ, 
through the Church of England, to which she has declared herself ** indebted, under God, for her 
flTft foundation, and a long continuance of nunting care and protection," and from which, in the 
preface to her Book of C'ommon Prayer, she has formally declared that she is '* far from intending 
to depart in any essential point of doctrine, discipline, or worship.'* 

She consists now of Afty-eight Dioceses and of nineteen Missionary Dioceses or districts, 
within the United States, under the care of Bishops, usiDg the same Liturgy and yielding obedience 
to the Canons enacted by the General Convention. 



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AN INDEX 



TO THE DIOCESES. ACCORDING TO STATES AND TERRITORIES. 



STATE OR TBRRITORT. DIOOEBE OR MISSION. 

Alabama Alabama. 

Alaska Alaska. 

Arizona Arizona. 

Arkansas Arkansas. 

California. California. 

Los Angeles. 

Northern California. 
Colorado Colorado. 

Western Colorado. 

Connecticut Connecticut. 

Delaware Delaware. 

District of Columbia Washington. 

Florida Florida. 

Southern Florida. 

Georgia Georgia. 

Idaho Idaho. 

Illinois Chicago. 

Quincy. 

Springfield. 

Indian Territory Oklahoma and Indian 

Territory. 

Indiana Indiana. 

Iowa Iowa. 

Kansas Kansas. 

Eentacky Kentucky. 

Lexington. 

Louisiana Louisiana. 

Maine Maine. 

Maryland Easton. 

Maryland. 

Washington. 

Massachusetts Massachusetts. 

Michigan Marquette. 

Michigan. 

WestefTi Michigan. 
Minnesota IhUuth. 

Minnesota. 

Mississippi Mississipjn. 

Missouri Missouri. 

West Missouri. 
Montana. Montana. 



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STATE OR TERRITORY. DIOCESE OR MISSION. 

Nebraska Nebraska. 

The Platte. 

Nevada Nevada and Utah. 

New Hampshire Neio Hampshire. 

New Jersey New Jersey. 

Newark. 

New Mexico New Mexico. 

New York Albany. 

Central New York. 

Long Island. 

New York. 

Western New York. 
North Carolina AsheviUe. 

East Carolina. 

North Carolina. 

North Dakota North Dakota. 

Ohio Ohio. 

Southern Ohio. 

Oklahoma Oklahoma and Indian 

Territory. 

Oregon Oregon. 

Pennsylvania Central Pennsylvania. 

Pennsylvania. 

PUtsburgh. 

Rhode Island Rhode Island. 

South Carolina South Carolina. 

South Dakota South Dakota. 

Tennessee Tennessee. 

Texas Dallas. 

New Mexico. 

Texas. 

Western Texas. 

Utah Nevada and Utah. 

Vermont Vermont. 

Virginia Southern Virginia. 

Virginia. 
Washington Olytnpia. 

SjKfkane. 

Went Virginia WeM Virginia. 

Wis^consin Fond dv Lac. 

Milwaukee. 
Wyoming U> 



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THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 



This Body, which meets trieunially, is composed of the House of Bishops, consisting of all the 
Dioc('t<an and Missionary Bishouo of trie American Church ; and of the House of Deputies, cousict- 
iiiij: of Tour Clergymen and four Laymen from each Diocese. It legislates for the American Church 
^\ ilhiu the lirolts of the United states, but can maice no alteration in the Constitution, or in the 
Book of Common Prayer, unless the same has been adopted in one Convention, and submitted to 
uli the Dioceses, and afterward adopted in another Convention. 



OFFICERS. 
HousB OF Bishops. 

Presiding Bishop.— The Rt. Rev. John Wil- 
liams, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Connecticut, Mid- 
dletown, Ct. 

Chairman.— The Rt. Rev. William Croswell 
Doane, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Albany, Albany, 
N.Y. 

Secretary qf the House of Bishope.— The Rev. 
Samuel Hart, D.D., Hartford, Ct. 

AsH/tiant Secretaries.— The Rev. Gcorpe Friin- 
ds Nelson, D.D., New York, and the Rev. 
Andrew D. Stowe, Stillwater, Minn. 

House of Dkfutixb. 

PreHdent, — The Rev. Morgan DIx, D.D., 
D.C.L., New York, N. Y. 

Secretaryof the House of Deputies.— The Rev. 
Charles L. untchins, Concord, Mafs. 

Assistant Secretary,— The Rev. Henry Anstice, 
D.D., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Second AsHstanl.—'Vhe Rev. Edward W. 
Wortbington, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Third Assistant.—The Rev. Carroll M. Davis, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Fourth Assistant. -The Rev. William C. 
Prout, Herkimer, N. Y 

Treasurer. — Buchanan Winthrop, 44 Pine 
Street, New York, N. Y. 



Registrar.— The Rev. J. Livingston Reese, 
D.D., Church Missions House, 281 4th Avenue, 
New York, N.Y. 

Recorder qf Ordinations.— The Rev. Herman 
Cope Duncan, D.D., Alexandria, La. 

Custodian of t/te Standard BiUe.— The Rev. 
Jesse A. Spencer. D.D., New York. 

Custodian qf the Standard Book of (\mmum 
Prayer.~The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Hart- 
ford, Ct. 

HiAforiographerofthe Church.— The Rt. Rev. 
the Bishop of Iowa. 

The next General Convention will meet in the 
city of Washington, on October 5, 1898. 



COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES. 
HOUSB OP BISHOPS. 

Oommission on Moravian Orders.— The Presid- 
ing Bishop, the Bishops of Central New York 
and Pennsylvania. 

Committee on Ecclesiastical Vestments.— The 
Bishops of Connecticut and New York. 

Cominiltee to act frith the Secretary icilh r^r- 
ence to the Publication of the Journal.— The 
Bishops of Quincy and New York. 



Committer on a Canon for the Governance of 
Brotherhoods, Mission Pnests, and Sisterhoods. 
—The Bishops of Long Island, Chicago, Newark, 
New York, and Fona du Lac. 

CommUtee on the Standard Bible.— The Bish- 
ops of New Hampshire and Springfield. 

Commission on a German Version of the Prayer 
Book.— The Bishops of Iowa, New York, Ne- 
braska, and Ohio, and the Rev. C. T. Seibt, D.D. 

Committee on the Rearrangement of Mission- 
ary Jurisdictions.— The Bishops of Springfield 
and Caliroriiia. 

HOUSE OF DEPUTIES. 

Committee on Expenses.— Mr. A. J. C. Sowdon, 
the Rev. E. B. Spalding, the Rev. L. F. Baker, 
the Rev. J. L. Parks, D.D., Mr. R. M. Nelson, 
Mr. H. O. Moss, Mr. J. L. Stettinius, Mr. S. 
Mather. Mr. P. K. KooU, Mr. J. WUmer, Mr. J. 
R. Triplett, Mr. J. N. Carpender, Mr. J. J. Good- 
win, and the Secretary of the House. 

Committee on the Messages qf the House qf 
Bishops relating to the Revision of the Constitu- 
tion.— The Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., the Rev. J. 
H. Elliott, D.D., the Rev. J. H. Et^ar, D.D., the 
Rev. P. W. Taylor, D.D., the Rev. John Fulton, 
D.D., the Rev. G. McFiske, D.D.; Mr. George F. 
Edmunds, Mr. James M. Woolworth, Mr. Hill 
Burgwin, Mr. Alfred Mills, Mr. E. H. Bennett, 
and Mr. Robert Earl. 

JOINT COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS. 

Commission on Ecdesiastical Relations.— The 
Bishops of Long Island, Central New York, 
Iowa. Springfield, Delaware, Fond du Lac, 
Michigan, and Washington, and Bishop Coadju- 
tor of Springfield ; the Rev. E. A. Hoffman, 
D.D., the Rev. R. J. Nevin, D.D., the Rev. W. 
H. Vibbert, D.D., the Rev. J. S. B. Hodges, D.D., 
the Rev. F. S. Jewell, D.D., the Rev. P. A. De 
Rosset, and the Rev. W. D. Doty, D.D. ; Mr. 
John A. King, Mr. William Keyscr, Mr. Melville 
W. Fuller, Mr. Henry Chauncey, Mr. W. B. Cut- 
ting, Mr. Cornelius vanderblit, Mr. Elbridge T. 
Gerry, Mr. S. P. Nash, and Mr. Q. E. CopeTand. 

Commission on ChHstian Unity.— The Bishops 
of Central New York, Pennsvlvauia, Western 
Micliigan. Chicago, Pittsburgh, Michigan, and 
Bishops Coadjutor of Tenncfsee and Connecti- 
cut ; the Rev. H. C. Duncan, D.D., the Rev. A. 
W. Little, the Rev. F. J. Murdoch, D.D., the 
Rev. J. S. Stone, D.D., the Rev. Arthur Law- 
rence, D.D., the Rev. (J. S. Bennitt, the Rev. J. 

B. Harrison ; Mr. James M. Smith, Mr. J. H. 
Stotsenbursr, Mr. Arthur Ryerson, Mr. Georpe 

C. McWhortcr, Mr. G. R. Fairbanks, Mr. E. L. 
Temple, and Mr. H. D. Forsyth. 

Commission on ths Revision qf the Constiluf'uin 
and Canons. —The Bishops of Albany, Kt* ntiicky, 
Chicago, Quincy, New York, and Maryland ; the 



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Rev. E. A. Hoffman, D.D., the Rev. James F. 
8tonc, D.D., the Rev. C^harlee A. L. Rleharrlfl, 
B.D., the Rev. W. J. Seabiiry, D.D.. the Rev. 
Hall llarriHon, D I).,the Rev. P. P. Davenport, 
D.D., and the Rev. J. H. Ecclettton, D.D.; Mr. 
James C. Smith, Mr. W. H. Lightncr, Mr. Ed- 
ward G. Bradford, Mr. F. B. Swayue. Mr.Charlea 
G. Saunders, Mr. John A. Beall, ana Mr. Frank 
H. Miller, 

Commitie4 on the ProHnclal Syf(f«n.— The 
Presiding Bishop, the Biehops of Central New 
York, Penuhylvania. Kentucky, and Western 
Michigan, and Bishop Coadjutor of Tennessee ; 
the Rev. E. A. Hoffman, D.D., tlie Rev. F. P. 
Davenport, D.D., the Rev. John J. FandS, the 
Rev. O. M. Christian, D.D. : Mr. H. Bargwin, 
Mr, 8. P. Nai'h, Mr. J-. M. Wool worth, and Mr. 
Causten Browne. 

Chtnmis^km on Archivfs.—l^ha Bishops of 
Albany, I^jwa, and New York ; the Rev. £dwln 
Hurwood, D.D., the Rev. A. B. Biiker, D.D., the 
Rev. Samnel Hurt. D.D.; Mr, A. B. tiardiner, Mr. 
J. Grant Wilson, and Mr. J. Picrpont Moi^u. 

Commiilee on SuvdMi Onft^r/^.-The Bishops 
of Chicago, Towa, Southern Virginia, the Bishop 
Coadjutor of Minnesota, the Bishopnof Michi- 
gan and Ciiliforniii; the He v. G. AI. Christian, 
D.D., 1 he Rev. G. McC. Finko, D.D., the Rev. A. 
Lawrence, D.D., the Rev. H, R. Purcival, D.D., 
and the Rev. D. H. Greer, D.D. 

Commhsion on MarnifKil Headinqs in the 
Bibl*>. —The Bishops of Kentucky. Michigan, the 
Binhop Cuailjutor of Tcnnci*6eejand the Bishop 
of Vennont ; the Rev. Edwin Harwood, D.D., 
the Rev. Joseph Cany, D.D., the Rev. T. 8. 
Drowne, D.D., the Rev. R. A. Rcnouf, D.D., 
the Rev. G. 11. Sterling, D.D. 

Commindonon Uniform PidftHnq of CcmticUs 
and J^atfer.—T\\c Bffliopaof Maine. IMttsbnrgh, 
and Georgia ; the Rev. J. S. B. Hod ires, D.D., 
the Rev. C. L. Uutchins, the Rev. ti. 3. Bennit ; 



Mr. G. E. Stubbs, Mr. G. W. Warren, and Mr. 
Minton Pyne. 

Committee to Certify Channes in tfie Canons.— 
The Bishops of Iowa and East Carolina : the 
Rev. F. P. Davenport, jy.D., and Mr. Henry 
Inealls. 

deputation to attend the next General Synod 
of the Canadian Church.— The Bishop Coadju- 
tor of Minnesota, the Bishop of Milwankei-: 
the Rev. T. E. Green, D.D.. the R«*v. C. F. 
Sweet; Mr. J. M. Woolworth and Mr. Peter 
White. 

Standing CommUtee on Churches in Foreign 
Lande.-The Rev. B. A. Hoffman. D.D., Mr. 
John A. Kins and Mr. Stephen P. Nash. 

Trustees qP the Fund for the lieli^ qf the 
mdoufs and Orphans qf Deceased Clergymen, 
and qT Agedy InjCrm, and Disabled Clergymen.— 
The Bishops of Connecticut, Maine, New York, 
Delaware, and the Bishop Coadjutor of Soath«'m 
Ohio ; the Rev. Morgan Dix. D.D., the Rev. Ed- 
win Harwood, D.D.. the Rev. Clinton Locke, 
D.D., the Rev. R. H. McKim, D.D.; Mr. E. 
Chaoncev, Mr. W. A. Smith, Mr. S. P. Nash, 
Mr. R. T. Paine, and Mr. George C. Thomas. 

Trustees qf the Prayer Book Distribution So- 
ciety.— The Bishops of Albany, Pennsylvania, 
Delaware, the Bishops Coadjutor of Minnesota 
and Southern Ohio ; the Rev. Samnel Hart, D D. 
(ex qmeio), the Rev. J. De Wolfe Perry, D.D., 
the itev. W. W. Battershall, D.D.; Mr. J. Pler- 
pont Morgan, Mr. F W. Hunnewell, Mr. James 
S. Biddle, Mr. Joseph Wilmer. and Mr. R. H. 
Goddard. 

Church University Board qf Begents.— The 
Bishops of Minnesota, Albany, and Kentucky ; 
the Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., the Rev. D. H. 
Greer, D.D., the Rev. W. R. Huntington, D.D., 
the Rev. E. N. Potter, D.D. ; Profs. H. Drlsler 
and J. M. Gamett ; Messrs. G. W. Vanderbilt, 
Spencer Trask, and Silas McBee. 



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GENERAL INSTITUTIONS 

Ukder the Genekal Cokventiok. 

Note.— Wherever the legal title of the corporation, to be used for beqaeats, etc., hae I 
ascertained, it has been placed in inverted commas. 



I. General Theoloffioal Seminary, New 
York. L" General Theuiof^cal Seminary of the 
Pr.»t extant Episcopal Church in the United 
Sutey/'J 

TuuHTsn.— Sixty Bishops of the Church in 
the ITiiiicd StJites who have accepted the office : 
the Denn of the Seminarv ; tweuty-five Trnsteei* 
elected, trioimiailv, by the House of Depniien, 
and iweuty-fivi' elected by the Dioceses of New 
York, Western New York, Long Island, Albany, 
Central New York, Newark, New Jen*ey, Mas- 
sachusetts. PenuHylvaiiia, Maryland, North Caro- 
lina, and South Carolina. 

S«oiiieT%RT.— The Rev. T. Stafford Drowne, 
D.D., Platbnsh Station, Brooklyn, N. T. 

TRK%9DBKit.-Biihu Chauncey, 23 East 2M 
Street. New York. ^ 

Dran.— The Very Rev. Eugene A. Hoffman. 
D.D., D.C.L., LL.D., Chelsea Square, New York. 

PitoFBS^OBS.— The iiev. Kamlall C. Hall, D.D., 
*• Clement G Moore " Prqf^swr qf Um Hebrew 
and Greek Lanyvagest; the Rev. 

'-''Otorvina Rossell /Iqpnan'" PrqfcMor qf 
the LecNrMng <md Interpret lUion qf the New 
TeHament; the Rev. William J, Seabury, D.D., 
•* Charles and Elizabeth Ludlow " Prqfejutor qf 
EecUHastiral Pnlitj and Law ; the Rev. Thomas 
Richey, D.D., " St, Mark's Church in the Bow- 
erle** Pmfe<mr qf Ecclesiasti&tl liiMoryj the 
Rev. Edward H. Jewett, D.D., LL.D., ''Etigtne 
A. Hoffn-in'''' Prr^fsmr of PastoriU Theology; 
the Rev. J. Charles Roper, M. A., *' Mary Ctvoke 
IfoT*nin *' Professor of Do^natie Divinity ; the 
Rev. Philander K. Cadv, D.D., Profe^or of the 
Boidtnees qf Rerealed Heiigion ; the Rev. C. W. 
R Body, D.D., D.C L., Profenmyr qf the Litera- 
ture Jn<t Intsrnretntion of th* Old Testament ; 
the Rev. Theodore M. Riley, D.D., Adjiinct Pro- 
fessor of Pastoral Th^ohgv : the Rev. Cliarles T. 
Selbt, D.D , Prqfessor of Moral Theo'ooy and 
Ciritfiti P'lilonophy : the R^v. Francis T. Rns- 
9«ll, n D.. Tnsfrwtorin the P>^ of the Voicfi ; Mr. 
O. Bd^vard Stnbbs, M.A., Instructor in Church 
Mifdc 

Littnnnn.— The Rev. Edward H. Jewett, 
D.D.,LL.D. 

Tnc S -minarv open? on the Wednesday of the 
autumnal Ember Week, and dopes on the Wed- 
nesdav b»'fore Whlt««nnday. TruBtet'S meet 
Tuesdav *>efore Whlti»nnday. Commencement, 
the next day. 

Associate Alumni of the Central Thsolotji^al 
Seminary.— Pres.^ the Rev. M. Van Renf«i»elaer, 
D.D , LL. D. Cor. S^c. the Rev. J. Nevett Steele, 
Mus. T) )r.. Tri- itv Church, New York. /.Vr. 
Sec.. t»»o Rev. Ellot Whli.*. Trfos.. the Rev. 
Alban Richey. 8.51 W. 21 n St.. N^'W York. 
Necroloffist^ t*ie Rev. Joi«cph Carey, D.D , Sara- 
toga, N. Y. 



n. Domestio ana Foreign Missionary 8o- 
Oietj. L" The Domestic ana Korei§rn Mis!«iunary 
Society of the ProtesUnt Epii^copal Church in 
the United States of America.'*] 

Treasurer.— Qiiorg^ C. Thomas, Church Mis- 
sions House, 2h1 4th Ave., New York. 

The Hoant of Missions.— AW the Bishop>» of 
the Church in the ITnited States, and the mem- 
bers for the time being of the Hon^e of Deputies 
of the General Convention, the Delegates from 
the Missionary Jurisdictionn to tlie Ilonnc of 
Deputies, the Members of the Board of Mnnagen*, 
and the Secretary and Treasurer of the B<>i ra. 

Th^ Missionary ('ouncil.— AM the Bichops. 
the Board of Managers, those Clei^mtn and 
Laymen who may be nelected by the Cieneral Con- 
vention, and one Presbyter oi.d one Lt^yman, to be 
chosen annually by the Convention or Coi. voca- 
tion of ttich Diocese or Mit«Monnry Jnrihdictlm. 
Meets in ti>o«e years in which the Boaid of Mis- 
sions does not meet. 

B'jard of Manafjers.— The Presiding Bifhop 
and the Bishops of Missouri, Long I^la^d, Al- 
bany, Pennsylvania. NewUampfthire. Keutiickv, 
New Jersey, Chicago, West \ irgiiila. Newark, 
New York, Southern Virginia, Central I enn^yl- 
vania, and Nebraska, andlhe Binhopof Washing- 
ton and the Bishop Coadjutor i f houtliem Ohio ; 
the Rev. H. Dver, D.D., the Rev. B. A. Hoffman, 
D.D., D.C.L. the Kev. W. N. McVIckar, D D., 
the Rev. J. H. Bccleston, P.D . the Lev. G. W. 
Smith, D.D.. LL.D., the Rev. J S. Sbipman, 
D.D., D.C.L., the Rev. W. R. Hnniingtoi., D.D., 
D.C.L., the Rev. O. Applegate. D.D.. the Rev. 
J. W. Brown, D.D., the Rev. D. H. Greer, D.D., 
the Rev. W. H. Vibbert, D.D., the Rev. H. Ans- 
tlce, D.D., th.' Rev. G. M Christian, D.D , and 
the Rev. J. 8. Lindsay and Messrs. B. Sturk, 
C. Vanderbilt, W. G. Ix>w, J. A. King. J. T. 
Davie-, A. Mills, W. Bayard Cu tirg, B M. \^ hil- 
lock, B. Chauncey, J. N. Brown. S. E. Marvin, 
J. Pi"rponi Morgan. A. Ryer>on. G. <" Thomas, 
and J. J. Goodwin. All the other BishopH of 
the Church and tlie Secr«'t;irv of the Bo rd are 
mem\wn er o^cio, without tfie right to vote. 

General Secretarn. the Jtev. 
Church Missions House, 4lh Ave. and 2*?d St., 
New York. Associute Secretary y the Rev. Joshua 
Kimber. 

Treasurer. George C. Thomas. Assistant 
Treasurer, E. Walter Roberts, Church Missions 
House, 281 4th Ave., New York. 

Woman^s Auxiliary to the Board qf Missions. 
—Organized in aid of all departments of the 
B.iard. 

(i^neraJ 0*flc^it.—Secretartf. Miss Julia C. 
Emery, Church Missions floutse. New York. 
Ihtiorary secretary. Mrs. A. T Twing, Church 
Missions House, New York. •-^ f 

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Advimru QmimiUe^^.tmh-^B.- On SysiaNnlic 
Gwing.—MT^. Clark, New JiT!*ey; Mrs. X( cly, 
Mhiiic ; Mrs. Ames, Uhode Island ; Mrs. Ncil^^on, 
Pennsylvania ; Mrs. Sonssiut, Maryland ; ]SIl«8 
Ad'uns, Michi^n ; Mrs. Truslow, Newark ; Mrs. 
Millspaugh, Kan^^as ; Miss Parktiill, Southern 
Florida. On Publications.— hltE,. Giraud, Con- 
necticut: Mrs. Tiittle, Missonri ; Mrg. Bnult, 
Ohio ; Miss Hart, Western New York ; Mrs. 
Worlhington, Nebraska; Mrt*. Baxter, Miiitie- 
8i)ta ; Mis8 Laiglit, New York ; Mies Muvuird, 
01^'mpia ; Mrs. Merrill, Albany. On M^Aimary 
llorjfe/'w.— Mis8 Loring, Massachusett.^ ; Miss 
G. Jay, New York; Mrs. Lawver, California; 
Mrs. Cox, Long Ii^tnnd ; Miss Stuart, Virginia ; 
Mrs. Wtiitaker, Pennsylvania; Mrs. Bttnlitin, 
New York ; Mrs. Lyraan, Chicago ; Mr^. Lloyd, 
Soiitbern Virj^inia. (m the Junior A uxUhn //,— 
Mrs. Rochester, Soutlieni Ohio ; Mies Jurvis, 
Connecticnt ; Mi!*s Stahl, C'hicago ; Miss Wat- 
son, Central New York ; Mn*. Sigler, Ne\v:nk ; 
Mrs. Hooker, Montana; Mis** llorner. Nmth 
Carolina; Mit^s M. B. Peabody, South Dak >ia. 

jW<?.— The President, Sccretarv, and Treasurer 
of the Diocesan Branches will f)e found under 
their respect ive Dioceses. 

Conference of General and Diocesan Oflicors 
on the third Tlinrsday in eacli month, from Sep- 
tember to April inclusive, in the Auxiliary Hoom 
of theChurcn Missions llousie, immediately aiier 
noon prayers in the chapel ; excepting in Oc- 
tobter, when it Is held at the time and place of 
meeting of the Board of Missions or of the Mis- 
sionary Council. 

Statistics.— In the Domestic Department : Fif- 
teen Missionary Bishops and one thousand and 
seven ordained and nnordained Missionaries. 

In the Foreign Department: Three Missionary 
Bishops, two resigned Bishops, and the Bishop 
of the Church in Haiti, and ninety-two ordained 
Misstonarles, with three hnndred and thirty -one 
foreign and native LayWorkers. 

Omcial Organ.— ''The Spirit of Missions," 
pumished for the Board of Missions, at Church 
Missions House, 4th Ave. and 22d St., New York. 

III. iLinerioan Clmroh Building Fund 
Comminion. 

Established Oct. 25, 1880, by the General Con- 
vention. Consists of all Bishops, one Clergy- 
man and one Layman of each Diocese and Alis- 
sionary Jurisdiction, and twenty members ap- 
pointed by the Presiding Bishop. It aims to 
raise a fund of $1,000,000, by annual offerings 
from alt congregations, as recommended by the 
General Convention, and individual gifts, por- 
tions of the principal to be loaned, and of the 
interest to be given, for church-building, wher- 
ever needed. President^ Rt. Rev. John Williams, 
D.D., LL.D. Vic^-Pre/fidents. Bishops of Min- 
nesota, Albany, Western Michigan, Newark, and 
Pittsburgh. Secretary, James Grant Wilson. 
Trfosurtr, George C. Thomas. Boai'd qf Trus- 
tees, the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Newark (Chair- 
man), the Bishop of New Jersey ; the Rev. Mor- 
gan Dix, D.D., the Rev. Walton W. Battershall, 
D.D., the Rev. Anthony Schuyler, D.D., the 
Rev. Wllllain M. Jefferis, D.D., the Rev. E. D. 



Cooper, D.D., the Rev. T. G. Littell, D.D., the 
Rev. Charles Howard Malcolm, D.D.: Messrs. 
William G. Low, Gen. J. G. Wilson, Cornelius 
Vanderbilt, L. Bradford Prince, N. Pendleton 
Schenck, John N. Carpender, Henry E. Pierre- 

g>nt. Cor. Sec., Rev. J. Newton Perkins, 
fflce. Church Missions House, 281 4th Ave., 
New York. 

IV. Commission for Churoh Work among 
Colored People in the Southern States. 
[First appointed October 21, 1886. Reoi^nized 
November 12, 1895.] 

Chairman^ the Bishop of Kentucky. Acting 
Sec., Henry E. Pellew, 1637 Massachusetts Ave., 
Washington, D. C. 

Elected Members.—Tht Bishops of Kentucky, 
Ohio, North Carolina, Georgia, and Washington ; 
the Rev. R. H. McKim, D.D^ the Rev. B. D. 
Tucker, D.D., the Rev. J. R. Winchester, D.D., 
the Rev. W. N. McVickar, D.D., the Rev. A. 
Crummell, D.D., and Mr. Joseph Bryan, the 
Hon. J. C. Bancroft Davis, the Hon. John A. 
King, Mr. John Wilkes, and Mr. H. E. Pellew. 

V. Fund for Belief of Widows and Or- 
phans of Deceased Clergymen, and of Aged, 
Infirm, and Disabled Clergymen. [''The 
Trnstees of the Fund for the Relief of Widows 
and Orphans ot Deceased Clergymen, and of 
Aged, Infirm, and Disabled Clergymen of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church in the United 
Slates of America, a corporation created in the 
year 1855 by Chapter 459 of the laws of the State 
of New York."] 

Pres., the Right Rev. John Williams, D.D., 
LL.D. Treas., W. Alex. Smith, 11 Wall Street. 
New York. Sec, Ellhu Chauncey, 22 £. 22d 
Street, New York. 

VI. "Church University Board of Be- 
gents.'' [Est. 1889.] 

This Board is constituted to promote education 
under the auspices of the Church, and receives 
and distributes benefactions for that object. 

Regents : The Bishop of Albany, Chairman ; 
the Bishops of Minnesota and Kentucky ; the 
Rev. Eiiphalet N. Potter, D.D., Advocate ; the 
Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., the Rev. D. H. Greer, 
D.D., the Rev. W. R. Huntington, D.D., Prof. 
Henry Drisler, Prof. J. M. Gamett, Messrs. G. 
W. Vanderbilt and Silas McBe.e ; Treas., Spen- 
cer Trask ; (kn\ Sec, the Rev. W. M. Hughes, 
D.D., Morristown, N. J.; Gen. Sec, the Rev. F. 
L. Humphrevs, D.D., to ithorti all communica- 
tions should be addressed. 

VII. Prayer Book Distribution Society. 
Trustees.— The Bishop of Albany, Pres.; the 

Bishops of Pennsylvania, Delaware, and the 
Bishop Coadjutors of Southern Ohio and Minne- 
sota ; the Rev. S. Hart, D.D. iex-qfflcio\ the Rev. 
J*. D. Perry, and the Rev. W. W. Battershall, 
D.D.; Messrs. J. P. Morgan. J. 8. Biddle, F. W. 
Hunnewell. R. H. I. Goddard, and Joseph 
Wilmer. 



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Not uxder the General Conventiok. 

Not*.— The title in inTerted commas is the legal title. 



EDUOATIONAIfc 

Borkelej BiTinity MiooL [^^TheTmsteea 
of tlie Berkeley Divinfty School, Middletown, 
ConnecticQt/'] 

JUddMown, Conn,— Dean, the Bt. Ber. John 
William*. D.D., LL.D., Pritfesmr ^ Doctrinal 
and Pastoral T/uology, and the Prayer Book. 
Faculty : The Ber. John Binney, I5.D., Sub- 
Dean^ Prqfeewr qf Betfrew and of the Literature 
and Interpretation qf the Old Testament, and 
Chaplain; the Rev. William Allen Johnson, 
Professor qf Church History; the Rer. Sylvester 
Clarke, D.D., Professor of Christian Eridenees 
and HomUeties; the Rev. John Homphrey Bar- 
hoar, Professor of the Literature and Interpreta- 
tion qf the New Testament^ and Librarian : the 
Rev. Francis T. Russell, D.D., Prqfessorcf Elo- 
cution ; the Rev. Joseph Hooper, Lecturer on 
American Church History. 

« Columbia Univenity in the City of New 
YorE" [Founded 17M.] 

JTew York.— President of the University, Uon. 
Seth Low, LL.D. Ofpicbrs op Instbuction : 
Professors.— John Howard Van Amringe, Ph.D., 
L H.D.. LL.D., Prqfessor of Mathematics ; Ogden 
N. Rood, A.M., Prqfessar of Physics ; Charles F. 
Chandler, M.D.,Ph.D., LL.D., AtJ/fewwo/" Chem- 
iJtfry ; John W. Burgess, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor 
of Political Science and Constitutional Law; 
Henry S. Mnnroe, E.M., Ph.D., Professor of Min- 
ing- Richmond Mayo-Smith, Ph.D., Professor of 
f\dmcal Economy and Social Science ; James W. 
McLane, M.D., Prftfessw of Obstetrics: William 
R. Ware, LL.D., Prqfessor of Architecture ; 
Thomas R. Price, M.A., LL.D., Prqfessorqf the 
English Language and Literature; Frederick 
R. Button, E.M., Ph.D., Prof essor of Mechanical 
Engineering; John Krom Ree»», E.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of Astronomy ; Francis Delafleld, 
M.D., LL.D., Professor qf the Practice qf Medi- 
cine; Unnroe Sm\th, A.M., J. IJ.D., Professor qf 
Roman Law and Comparative Jurisprudence ; 
John O. Curtis, M.D., Prqfessor of Physiology ; 
Pierre DePeyster Ricketto. E.M., Ph.D., Ko- 
f essor of Analytical Chemistry and Assaying ; 
Georee M. Tuttle, M.D., Professor qf Gynecology; 
Prank J. Ooodnow, A.M., LL.D., Prqfessor of 
Administrative X<i?(»' Richard J. H. Gotthell, 
Ph.D., Pn^essor qf jRabbinical Literature and 
the Semitic Languages; George L. Peabody, 
M.D., Prqfessor of Materia Medica and Thera- 
peutics; Edwin R. A. Sellgman, Ph.D., PrqfesMr 
of Political Economy and finance ; Harry Thurs- 
ton Peck, Ph.D., L.H.D., Pt^esMorqf (he Latin 
Language and Literature ; Nicholas Murray 
Butler, Ph.D., Prqfessor qf Philosophy and Edu- 
cation ; William T. Bull, M.D., Pwfessor of Sur- 
gery; William Henry Carpenter, Ph.D., Pro- 



fessor qf Germanic Philology ; M. Allen Starr, 
M .D.. Professor qf Diseases qf the Mind and 
Nervous System ; Alfred D. F. Hamlin, A Jf ., 
Adjunct Professor qf Architecture; Alfred J. 
Moses, E.M., Ph.D., Prt^essor of Mineralogy; 
Charles Edward Colby, E.M., C.E.. Adjunct Pro- 
fessor of Organic Chemistry; William A. Keener, 
LL.D. , Kent Professor of Law ; George S. Hunt- 
ington, M.D., Prqfessor qf Anatomy; Herbert 
L. Osgood, Ph.D., Prqfessor qf History ; James 
McK. Caltell, Ph.D., Prqfessor of Psychology ; 
Francis M. Burdick, LL.D., Ihcie^t Professor qf 
Law; George W. Kirch wey. A.B., Prqfessor qf 
Law ; John Bassett Moore, A.B., Hamuton Eish 
Prqfessor <tf International Law and Diplomacy ; 
Henry Fairfield Osbom, Sc.D.,2>a C\)sla Prqfessor 
of Zoology ; Edward Delevan Perry, Ph.D., Jay 
Prqfessor qf Greek; Frank Dempster Sherman, 
Ph3., Adjunct Pr&Tessor qf Architecture ; Wll- 
Ham A. Dunning, Ph.D., Prqfessor qf History ; 
Abraham Valentine Williams Jackson, L.H.D., 
Ph.D.. Professor of Indo-Iranian Languages; 
Adolphe Cohn, LL.B., A.M., Professor qf the 
Romance Languages and Literatures ; George 
Edward Woodoerry, A.B., Prqfessor qf Litera- 
ture ; Edmund B. Wilson, Ph.jD., Prqfessor qf 
Invertebrate ZoOlogy ; James Fnrman Kemp, 
A.B., E.M., Prof essor of Geotogy; Robert Peciv, 
EM., Adhtnct Prqfessor qf Mining; William 
Hallock, Ph.D., Adjunct Prqfessor of Physics • 
Brander Matthews, A.M., LL.B., Prqfessor of 
Literature; Francis B. Crocker. E.M., Ph.D., 
Professor of Electrical Engineering ; Michael 
Idvorsky Pupin, Ph.D., Adjunct Prqfessor qf 
Mechanics 'KohQTt F. Weir, M.D., Prqfessor qf 
Surgery ; T. Mitchell Pmdden, M.D., Prqfessor 
ofPathology, and Director of the Laboratories qf 
Histology, Pathology, and Bacteriology; William 
H. Burr, C.E., Prqfessor qf (Hvil Engineering; 
Robert Simpson Woodward, C.E., Ph.D., Pro- 
fessor of Meclianics ; Henry Alfred Todd, Ph.D., 
Professor qf Romance Philology ; George Rice 
Carpenter, A.B., Professor qf Rhetoric and Eng- 
lish Composition; Franklin Henry Giddings, 
Ph.D., Profetisor qf Sociology; George F. Can- 
field. A.B., LL.B., Professor of Law; Thomas 
Scott FIske, Ph.D., iW«««>7' qf Mathematics; 
Harold Jacoby, Ph.D., Adjunct Profesnor of As- 
tronomy • John B. Clark, Ph.D., LL.D., Pro- 
f^sor qf PolHical Economy ; James RIgnnll 
Wheeler. Ph.D., Professor qf Greek ; Frank N. 
Cole, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics: James 
Harvey Robinson, Ph.D., Professor of Iflstory; 
Frederic S. Lee, Ph.D., Adjunct Prqfessor and 
Demonstrator of Physiology ; James Chidester 
Egbert, Jr., Ph.D.. Adjunct Professor qf Latin ' 
James Hervey Hyslop, Ph.D., Prqfessor qf Logic 
and Ethics; Calvin Thomas, A.M., Prqfessor qf 
the Germanic Languages and Literatures; Henry 
Winthrop Hardon, A.M., LL.B., Professor of 



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AeOunci Professor of the Romance Languages 
and LUeratures; Bashford Dean, Ph.D., Ad- 
iunct Frafesttor qf Zodioay ; Edward Alexander 
McDo^«re^, Miis. Doc., Professor of Afvsie; Lu- 
cien Marcus Underwood, Ph.D.. Prqfessor of 
liotany ; William Milligan Sloane, Ph.D., 
L.H.D., f>th Low Prqfessor of History: Henry 
Marion Howe, A.M., B.S., Prqfessor of Metal- 
Itirgy; Charles E. Pellew, B.M., Adjunct Pro- 
fessor of Chemistry. 

Chaplain.— The Rev. George R.VanDe Water, 
D.D. 

The Be Lanoey Diylnity School. 

Genera. N. Y.— OovemingBody^ the Bishop 
and StaiiainiT Oommittfe. Professorsy the Kev. 
Ch.irles W. Hayes, D.D. (Secretary and Lihra- 
rian, Phelps, N. T.), the Rev. Louis B. Van 
Djck, D.D. 

" The Bivinity School of the Proteetant 
Epieoopal Church in Philadelphia." [Or- 
ganized 1862.] 

Fiftieth Street and Woodland Avenue, Phila- 
delphia.— Dean, the Rev. Edward T. Bartlett, 
D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Pac- 
ULTT : The Rev. Fleming James, D.D. .^Prqfessor 
of Homiletics and Pastoral Care: the Rev. Ezra 
P. Qould, D.D., Prqfessor of New Testament 
Literature and Language ; the Rev. Lorinjg W. 
Batten, Ph.D., Prqfessor of Old Testament Litera- 
ture and Languages; the Rev. Richard W. 
Micou, D.D., Prqfessor qf Systematic Divinity ; 
the Rev. John Fulton, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Lec- 
turer on Canon Law ; the Rev. Lacien M. Rob- 
inson, M.A., Instructor in Liturgies. 

Episcopal Theological School. 

Cavibridgfy Miut».~Deany the Rev. George 
Eodgep, D.D. Faciti.tv : The Rev. 1*. H. Steen- 
etra. D.D., l*tvfe^sor of tfte Literature and Jnter- 
preiaflon qf the Old fe^tafnent ; the Rev. A. V. 
G. Allen, D.D,, l^xtfemor qf FkicUfiaMical His- 
tory : the Rev. Henry Sylvoctcr Na«h, D.D., 
Professor j^ the Literature and Iffferpittationqf 
the New Testament : the Rev. Maximilian Lind- 
say Kellner, D.D., AesiMaut Pfof'^ft^vr of Old 
Tefitaimnt Lanfjuaqt^ ; the Kev. Edward Staples 
Drown, Asftytant Profesnor of Systematic lAdfi- 
Uy; the Rev. George Hodge?, D.D. , Profensfjr 
of HimiiMlcs and Pmtoral Vare^ and Lecturer 
on Church i'olity and the Prayer Book ; Mr. J. 
J. Hayes, Instructor in Elocution. 

" Griswold CoUege." [The Corporate Title 
of the Diocesan Bduntlional Work and the Col- 
lege of the Trans-Mississippi Bishops and Sees.] 

Davenport, /om7<i. — Theoixkhcal Depart- 
ment (Leb Haix) : The Bi^^hop of Iowa, ex- 
o/Hcio Head qf the Department. Anllion Profe^sitor 
df Systematic Divinity, and T^turerin Liturgies 
ami CaiMn Law: the Rev. Williw H. Barris, D.D., 
Ely Pro/esKor or Exegtsls and EccleMa«tical Hu- 
tory: tne Ven.Saranel R. J. Hoy t, D.D. , Profes- 
sor qf Pastoral Theology. 

COLLEOIATB DEPARTMENT (WoLPE Haix) : 

The Bishop of Iowa, Prt-sident. Instruction is 
furnished in the Collegiate Department by the 
Theological Professors und the Macters of Kem- 
per Hall. 

Preparatory Drparthbmt akd Gbammab 
School (Ksmpcb Hall). 



Saint Katharine's Hall, the Diocesan 
School for Girls : Miss Emma Adelia Rice, 
A.B. (Vassar), PHncipal. 

Lecturer on English Literature, etc.. Rev. S. 
Humphreys Gnrteen, LL.D., non-residentiary 
Canon. Chaplain qf Oristoold College, the Rev. 
Canon Hamilton Scnnyler. 

" Hobart CoUege, Geneva, N. T.'' 
Geneva, N. T.—Pres., the Rev. Robert Ellis 
Jones, B.A. Faculty : Hamilton Lanphere 
Smith, LL.D., Prendergasl Ptvfessor qf As- 
tronomy and Natural Philosophy ; Joseph Heth- 
erington McDaniels, LL.D., Professor qf the 
Greek Language and Literature ; Charles Dela- 
mater Vail, LU>rarian and Registrar, Instructor 
in Elocution: Francis Philip Nash, L.H.D., 
LL.D., Hobart Professor qf the LeUin Language 
and Literature ; Charles John Rose, Professor 
qf the German and French Languages and Lit- 
eratures : William Pitt Durfee, Ph.D., Prqfessor 
qf Mathematics, Dean qf the Faculty; Milton 
Haight Turk, Ph.D., Horace niUte Professor of 
RhMoric and Elocution and the English Lan- 
guage and Literature, Secretary ; Albert Fer- 
mand, Associate Prqfessor of the French Lan- 
guage and lAteraiure; John Archer Silver, 
Ph.D., Prqfessor qf History and Political Econ- 
omy: Richard Sidney Curtiss, Ph.D., Prqfessor 
of Chemistry ; SUnlev Slmonds, Ph.D., Assis- 
tant Professor qf Greek and Latin : Rev. Joseph 
Alexander T^ighton, Ph.D., Instructor in Phi- 
losophy and Psychology. 

Hoffinan HaU. 

Nashville, Tenn.—A College for Colored Stn- 
dents. Princip(U, the Yen. Robert C. Caswall. 
Secretary and Treasurer, the Rev. Arthur How- 
ard Noll. 

Kaneas Theological School. 

Topeka, Kan.— Dean, and Prqfessor qf Syste- 
matic Theoloqy, Ecclesiastical History, and 
Canon Law. tne Rev. Archibald Beaity, D.D. : 
Profes»or qf Liturgies, the Bishop ; Prqfessor 
of Greek and New Testament Exeqesis, the Rev. 
N. S. Thomas ; Professor qf Hebrew and Old 
Testament Exegesis, the Very Rev. II. T. Bodley; 
Professor of El nice and Apologetics, the Rt. Rev. 
F. K Brooke, D.D.; Professor qf IlomUeties,^^ 
RL Rev. E. R. Atwell, D.D. 

" Kenyon CoUege/' 

GamiAer. Ohio.—Tmxitz Departments : A 
Collegiate School, Kenvon College ; a Theologi- 
cal School, Bexley Hall ; a Preparatory School, 
Kenyon Military Academy, l^es., the Rev. 
Wm. F. Peirce, L.H.D., Sf/enrerand Wo{fe l*ro- 
fessor of Mental and Mftral Philosophy. Fac- 
ulty : the Rev. Edward C. Benson, D.D., 
LL.D., Professor qf the Latin Language and 
Literature: Theodore Sierling, M.D., LL.D., 
Peabody Irqfessor of Mathematics and Cicil 
Engineering, Profe/ntor of Botany and Physi- 
ology: the Kev. Hosea W. Jimei*, D.D., Eleu- 
lherr>s Cooke Professor of Ecclesiastical History 
and Church Polity, and Dean of the Theological 
Seminary ; the Kev. Jacob Streibert, Grutivofd 
Professor qf Old TeManient Instruction: Leslie 
H. Ingham, Bowler Prqfessor of Natural Philoso- 
phy and Chemistry, Professor of Astronomy and 
Geology: ihe Rev. Charles L. Fischer, D.D., 
Bedell Prqfessor of New Testament Instruction; 



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Henry Tltof West, /LM.^Prqfeswr qf Modern 
Languaam • the Rev. D. F. Davles, MUnor and 
Lewis Frqfessar of Dogmatic Theology ^ Moral 
myology, and Christian Evidence; Cnn§, H. A. 
Wiger, Ph.D., Mellmins Pn^fessor Qf the Eng- 
lish Language and Literature, Professor of 
JCtiropean Jiistory ; Barker Newhali» Ph.D., 
Pi qfessor qf Qreek, Pi^fessorqf American Con- 
stitutional History; the Rev. Franklin S. Moore, 
Chaplain ; H. N. llllla, A.M., Jftvent qf MilUary 
Academy. Masters: C. N. Wyant, Superin- 
tendent: J. B Greene, Head Master: Capt. 
Chas. von Kicner, Commandant: Frederick 
Aver, A.B.: H. F. Williams, A.B., A. C. Curtis, 
Wm. Willlampon. 

The Bishops \ . Ohio are Presidents of the 
Board or Trustees every alternate year. 

Xing Theological Hall. 

2420 Sixth Steel extended, Washington, D. C— 
A Theological School established by the author- 
liy of the Missionary Council for preparing 
Colored Students for Holy Orders. Warden, the 
Hev. W V Tunnel 1. Treasttrer and Secretary, 
Henry E. Pellew, 1687 Massachusetts Ave.,Wa8n- 
ington. JYustees: The Bishop of Washington, 
Chairman; the Rev. R. H. McKlm, D.D.,and 
the Rev. A.Mackay-Smith.D.D. ; the Hon. John 
A. King and H. E. Pellew. 

Nashotah House. 

Nasholahy Ww.— Faculty: The Bishop of 
Milwaukee, Preeident, and Prqfessor qf Pastoral 
Theology; the Rev. William Walter Webb, M.A., 
Prqfessor qf JDofjmatics and Acting President of 
the House; the Rev. M. O. Smith, U.K., Professor 
of Hebreto and Exegesis ; the Rev. Arthur Whip- 
ple Jenks, M. A., Professor of Eectesiastieal His- 
tory; the Rev. Henry E. Chase, M.A., Princip<il 
qf Preparatory JJ&jxirtment ; the Rev. Samuel 
Macpherson, instructor in Preparatory Depart- 
ment. 

" Baoine CoUege." [Founded 1859.] 
Hacine^ Wis.—Pres. Board of Trustees, the 
Bishop of Milwaukee. See., Samuel S. Rogers, 
Raciuf, Wis. Warden, the Rev. Arthur Piper, 
D.D. Faculty: the Rev. H. D. Robinson, M.A., 
Hector and Head Master, and Tutor in Latin 
and Greek ; P. L. Blodgett, B.A., Engliith : 
H. F. Hoch, Ph.B., French and Oermanjjjevf\B 
R. Levering, Mathetnatics ; W. Bryant Wilcox, 
B.A., Phynct and Chemistry; Karl O. Heyer, 
Music. 

8. Augustine's School. 

Raleigh, X. C— A church school for colored 
yooiig men and women. Colle<riate, normal, and 
industrial. Principal, the Rev. Aaron Burtis 
Hunter. 

S. Andrew's Divinity School. [Incor. 1877.] 

Syran/se. N. Y.—Pres., Bishop Huntington, 
D.D., LL.D., L.H.D. ; Dean, the Rev. W. D. 
Wilson, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. The Rev. J. M. 
Clarke, D.D.. theltev. J. E. Johnson, Professors; 
I he Rev. William De Lancey Wilson. Instructor. 

Sealmry Divinity School. ['• The Bishop 
Seabury Mi-sion."] 

Faribault, Minn.—Pres,, the Rt. Rev. H. B. 
Whipple, DD., LL.D., Lecturer on the Pantoral 
Office ; the Rt. Rev. M. N. Gilbert, D.D., \lHtor 
and Special Lecturer. Faculty : The Rev. Al- 



ford A. Butter, Warden,and Prqfessor of Liturgies 
and Homilelics ; the Rev. J. Steinfort Kedney, 
D.D., Prqfessor qf Divinity (Ethics and Apolo- 
getics) ; the Rev. E. S. Wilson, D.D., Prqfessor 
qf Old Testament Ex^esis and Literature ; the 
Rev, C. A. Poole, D.D., Associate Prqfessor qf 
IHvinUy (Systematic Divinity); the Rev. W. P. 
Ten Broeck, Prqfessor qf Church History, Ecde- 
siastical Polity, and Canon Law ; the Kev. 
Charles C. Camp, Prqfessor qf New Testament 
Exegesis and Literature. 

8. Stephen's CoUege. [Incor. 1880.] 

Annandale-an-the-Hudson, N. F.— The Rev. 

Robert B. Fairbaim, D.D., LL.D, Warden and 

Prqfessor qf Moral Philosophy ; the Rev. George 

B. Hopson, D.D., Prqfessor qf' the Latin Lan- 

gfjage and Literature; the Rev. William W. 
ilssen, D.D., Alumni Professor qf Mathematics 
and Natural Philosophy ; John C. Robertson. 
M.A., Ph.D., Hqfnnan Prqfessor of the Oreek 
Language and LUeratftre; the Rev. Charies 
Howard Malcom, D.D., Prqfessor qf History and 
of the English Language and Literature: the 
Rev. Ernest C. Saunders, DJ)., Lecturer on 
Chemistry ; the Rev. Albert J. Nock, Assistant 
Prqfessor in Latin and Mathematics, and In- 
structor in German ; the Rev. W. George W. 
Anthony. Assistant Professor in Oreek and In- 
struetor in French ; the Rev. R. B. Fairbaim, 
D.D., Acting Prqfessor qf Logic and Metaphys- 
ics; the Rev. C. H. Mslcora,I).D., Acting Pro- 
fessor qf Political Economy. 

'' The Church Divinity School of the Pa- 
cific." 

iSonifa^.—DMn, the Bishop. Prqfessors,the 
Rev. James Otis Lincoln, the Rev. William Jn- 
graham Kip, the Rev. Alfred Lee Brewer, D JD., 
the Rev. James Ratchford De W. Cowie. 

Theological Seminary of the Diocese of 
VirginiaT ['*The Trustees of the Protestant 
Episcopal Theological Seminary and High School 
in ViiSnla."] 

P. (?., Theological Seminary, Fairfax Co., Va. 
—Pres., the Bishop. Faculty : The Rev. C. 
Walker, D.D., Dean, and Prqfessor qf Systematic 
Divinityand Homiletics ; the Rev. C. E. Gram- 
mer, D.D., Prqfessor of Ecclesiastical History and 
Canon Law ; the Rev. 8. A. Wallis, D.D., Pro- 
fessor of Oreek Language, New Testament Lit- 
erature, Church Polity, and Pastoral Theology; 
the Rev. A. Crawford, I).D., Prqfessor of Hebrew, 
Oriental Languages, and Apologetics, 

Trinity CoUege. ["The Trustees of Trinity 
College." [Incor. 1823.] 

Hartford.Conn.— Chancellor, the Rt.Rev. John 
Williams, D.D.,LL.D. Pres., the Rev. George 
Williamson Smith, D.D. Faculty : The Rev. 
Geoige Williamson Smith, D.D., LL.D., Pt^si- 
dent, andllobart Professor qfjietaphysics (office, 
13 Seabury Hall) ; the Rev.Thomas R. Pynchon, 
D.D., LL.D., Brownell Professor qf Moral Phi- 
losophy; the Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Professor 
qf the Latin language and Literature; the 
Rev. Isbon T. Beckwith, Prqfessor qf the Greek 
Language and Literature ; the Rev. Flavel S. 
Luther, Ph.D., Seabury Professor of Mathrmaties 
and Astronomy, and secretary ; the Rev. Henry 
Ferguson, Northam Prqfessor qf History and 
Political Science; Charles Frederick Johoaon, 



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Pi-qfes^or of EnglUhlAteraturt ; the Rev. John 
J. McCooR, Prqfesttor qf Modem Languages; 
William Lispenard Bobb. Fro/essor qf PhyHcs ; 
Robert Baird Riggs, ScomU Prqfestor qf ChenOt- 
try and Natural Science; W. R. Martin, Pro- 
fessor of (hienlal and Modem Lanffuages ; Wil- 
liam D. Mor&fan, Lecturer on Anatomi/ and Phys- 
iology; WiUlam Hamerslej, Lecturer on Law; 
Charlea Dudley Warner, L.H.D., D.C.L., Z^c- 
tnrer on English Literature ; Waldo 8. Pratt, 
Instructor in Elocution; Frederick R. Honey, 
Instructor in Drawing and Descriptive Qeom- 
etrii ; W. H. C. Pynchon, Instructor in Natural 
Science; Charles C. Beach, M.D., Lecturer on 
Hyqiene; Philip D. Phalr, Ph.D., Instructor in 
PoiUiccU Economy ; Lewis P. Reid, Instructor 
in English ; George B. Velte, Instructor in the 
Gymnasium. 

Trinity School, How York. [Pounded 1709.] 
139-147 West Ninetu-Jlrst Street,— Pres. of 
Trustees^ the Rev. B. A. Hoffman, D.D., LL.D. 
The Rev. August Ulmann, D.D., Rector; the 
Rev. W. J. Seabury, D.D., Sec.; 8. V. K Oruger, 
Treas. This school was originally establis^hed in 
the year 1709, under the auspices of the Venera- 
ble Society for the Propagation of the Qospel in 
Foreign Parts, and has been continued without 
interruption to the present time. The corpora- 
tion which govems«nd maintains Trinity School 
is the ** New York Protestant Epi^opal Public 
School.'* Donations and bequeotH should be 
made to it/or the use of 'Trinity School, 

irxdvenity of the South. 

Sewanee, Tennessee.— CfMnceOort the Rt. Rev. 
T. U. Dudley, D.D., LL.D., D.O.L. Pacultt : 
B. Lawton Wiggins, M.A., Vice-Chancellor^ and 
Professor qf Ancient Languages; the Rev. Wil- 
liam P. DuBose, D.D., Dean qf the Theological 
Department and Prqfessor qf Exegesis and Moral 
Science; Cameron Plggot, M.D^ Prqfessor of 
Chemistry and Geology; William P. Trent, M. A., 
Dean of the Department of Arts and Sciences 
and Professor qf English and History ; Benjamin 
W. Wells, Ph.D., Prqfessor of Modem Lan- 
guages ; John S. Cain, M.D., Dean qf the Medical 
Department and Prqfessor of Practice qf Medi- 
cine ; T. HUliard Wood, M.I>., Professor qf Dis- 
eases qfEye^ Ear., and Throat; J. B. Murfree, 
M.D., Professor of Surgery ; Burr J. Ramage, 
Ph.D., Dean of the Law Department and Pro- 

{'essorqf Common and Statute Law ; William B. 
lall, M.A., M.D., Professor of Physiology, Ma- 
teria Medica.and Botany; William B. Young, 
M.D., Prqfessor qf Gynaecology ; Rev. William 
A, Guerry, M.A.,B.D., Prqfessor qf Homiletics 
and Pastoral Theology ; Rev. Greenough White, 
M.A., B.D., Prqfessor qf Ecclesiastical History ; 
Rev. Reginald H. Starr. D.D., Professor of Dog- 
matic Theology ; Samuel M. Barton, Ph.D., Pro- 
fess(yr of Mathematics ; William L. Nichol, M.D., 
'Professor of Obstetrics ; William B. Nauts, M.A., 
A ssodale Prqfessor qf Ancient Languages ; Sam- 
uel S. Briggs, M.D., Associate Prqfessor qf Minor 
and Clinical Surgery : James W. Handley, M.D., 
Associate Professor qf Genito- Urinary Diseases ; 
John M. Ba88,M.D.,.4*«ocia/« Professor qf Chil- 
dren's Diseases; Rt. Rev. Thomas P. Gailor, 
S.T.D., Lecturer on Canon Law ; RobertB. Lees, 
M.D., J}. H.Q.. Lecturer on Oral and Dental Sur- 
gery ; John Lowry, M.A., Instructor in Elocu- 
tion ; J. Edward Miles, Instructor in Physical 



Culture ; S. D. Wilcox, InttHidoTin Commercial 
Courses; George Renean Ran, M.D., Demon- 
strator qfA natofny and Lecturer on Bacteriology 
and Microscopy; the Rev. Charles B. Sparks, 
B.D.. Instructor in Hebrew ; Charles Firman 
Smith, B.S., LI..B., Lecturer on Medical Juris- 
jnrudence; M. T. W. Riiinold, M. D., D,D.S.,2>c- 
turer on Medical Dentistry ; J. Q. Sutton, M.D., 
Lecturer on Venereal Diseases ; W. G. Hagsard, 
Jr., M.D., Lfcttirer on Gynecology. ChaplaAn^ 
the Rev. William A. Guerry. Registrar., S. D. 
Wilcox. 

' Western Theologioal Seminary. 

Chicago., lU.—Board of Instruction : the Rt. 
Rev. William £. McLaren, D.D., D.C.L., Dean. 
lActurtrs: the Rt. Rev. George F. Seymour, 
D.D., LL.D., Ecclesiastical mstory ; the Rev. 
William J. Gold, 8.T.D., Liturgies and Exegesis; 
the Rev. Francis J. Hall, M.A., Theology; the 
Rev. H. R, Neely, M.h., Hebrew ; the Rev. J. 
G. H. Barry, B.A., Ecclesiastical History ; the 
Rev. F. W. Taylor, D.D., Canon Law. 



MISSIONARY. 

American Church Hiifionarv Society. Lin- 
cor. 1861.] 

Church Missions House, 281 Fourth Avenue^ 
New York.— Pres., Gen, Wager Swayne. U.S. A. 
Treas.., Andrew C. Zabriskie. New York. Gen. 
Sec. J the Rev. J. Thompson Cole, 83 Church Mis- 
sions House. 

iLmerican Church Sunday School Insti- 
tute. 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. the Bishop Coadjutor of 
Minnesota. Chairman Exec. Com.', George C. 
Thoma.0, Philadelphia. Sec. and Treas., Rev. 
H. L. Duhring, 411 Spruce Street, PhUadelphia. 
Rev, F.J. C. Moran, St. Denis, Md.; Rev. Rich- 
ard N. Thoma«, 1715 Spruce Street, Philadel- 
phia ; Rev. C. Edgar Haupt, St. Paul. 

'*The Church Mission to Beaf-Kutes." 

[Incor. 187S.J 

Pres. , the Bishop, ex officio. General Manager, 
the Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, D.D^IH West 13th 
Street, New York. Sec, A. L. Willis. JYeas., 
William Jewetr, 89 Grand Street, New York. 
MaintaiuB a home for the aged and infirm in the 
Stale of New York. 

Church Society for Promoting Christian- 
ity amongst the Jews. 

Pre^., the Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D. 
Sec., the Rev. William A. Matson, D.D.; office. 
Church Missions House, 281 Fourth Avenue, New 
York. Treas., William G. Davles. 

Church Work in Kezico. 

Provisional Committee on Church Work in 
Mexico : The Bishop of Connecticut, Provisional 
Bishop; the Bishop of New Mexico, Commis- 
sary; the Bishops of Lone Island, Albany, Chi- 
cago, New York, and Wasnington ; the Rev. W. 
M. Grosvcnor, 209 Madison Avenue, Niew York, 
Secretary. ReMdent Representative in Msxico. 
the Rev. Henry Forrester, Apartado 430, City of 
Mexico. 

Contributions should be sent through the only 
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the Board of MiMions, care of Edward R. Sat- 
terlee, 67 William Street, New York, to whose 
order, as Treasurer, all checks should be drawn. 

Eyanffelioal Education Society. [Inpor. 

18U9.J ® 

1834 Chestnut Street, Phiiadelphia, Pa.-The 
work of the societv includes the selection of men 
suitable to serve m the ministry, as well as the 
gathering of money for their education and the 

fmblirauon and free distribution of evangelical 
iterature. iV««., Hon. Felix R. Bmnot. Active 
VlcePrei.y the Rt. Rev. Ozl William Whitaker, 
D.D. Oen, Sec., Rev. Robert C. Matlack, D.D., 
1:224 Chestnut Street, Phlladelphhi. Treas.^ Al- 
fred Lee, 1224 Chestnut Street. 

Mid-Western Deaf-Knte Kisslon. 

Embracing the Dioceses of Pittsburgh, Ohio, 
Southern Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Western 
Michigan, Chicago, Quincy, Springfield, Iowa. 
Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota, Fond du Lac, and 
Milwaukee ; containing a scattered deaf-mute 
)K)pulation of 9,000. General Missionary, Rev. 
A. w. Mann, Gambier, Ohio. Lay Readers and 
Bible Class Teachers at Pittsburgh, Cleveland, 
Columbus, Indianapolis, Detroit, Grand Rapids. 

Society for the Increase of the Ministry. 

Pres.y the Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D.; Hec. 
See., the Rev. T. R. Pynchon. D.D. ; Cor. Sec., 
the Rev. F. D. Hoskins, 84 Charter Oak Place, 
Hartford; TVww., James Bolter, Hartford Na- 
tional Bank, Hartford, Conn. 

The Parochial Missions Society for the 
United States. [Founded a.d. 1886.] 

Pres., the Bishop of New York. This society, 
through its Executive Committee, (1) arranges 
for sermons and addresses on the Evangelistic 
work of the Chnrch ; (2) advises rectors as to the 
conditions warranting the holding of a Mission ; 
(3) gives counsel in regnrd to the work of prepa- 
ration ; (4) provides mlssioners at the request of 
rectors for the conductof parochial missions and 
Quiet Days ; (5) maintains a staff of fortv mi9sion 
preachers engaged in parochial work, who give to 
the society so much of their time as they may 
be able to spare. Address all letters to the 
General Secretary, the Rev. Charles F. Canedy, 
D.D., Room 62, Church Missions House, 281 
Fourth Avenue, New York. 

Protestant Episcopal Society for the Pro- 
motion of Evanffelical Knowledge. [Incor. 

iai8.] ^ 

Pres.y Solbn Humphreys, New York. Cor. 
Ser., the Rev. H. Dyer, D.D., New York. Trea^., 
Waldron P. Brown, 2 Bible House, ^ew York. 
P hiUthinff Afjent, Thomas Whlttaker, 2 and 8 
Bible Uou?e, New York. 

Society of St. Johnland. [" The Society of 
St. Johnland, Kings Park, Long Island, N. Y."] 
[Incor. 1870.] 

Kings Park, Long Island.— Pres., Rev. Henry 
Mottet, D.D. Viee-Pres., Cornelius Vanderbilt. 
Sec., Francis 8. Bangs. Trea^., Francis M.Bacon, 
92 Franklin Street, New York. Superint^ndept 
and Assistant Trms., the Rev. N. O. Halsted, 
Kings Park, Long Island, N. Y. 



The Association for Promoting the Inter- 
ests of Chnrch Schools, CoUeges, and Semi- 
naries. 

Pres., WUliam M. V. Hoflinan. Sec., Rev. 
L. DeLancey Townsend, 320 West 82d Street, 
New York. Treas., George Zabriskie, D.C.L., 
21 Broad Street, New York. 

.The Chnrch Students' Missionary Asso- 
ciation. 

Otdects : (1) To gain and disseminate Informa- 
tion concerning missions and mlBsIonary work. 
(2) To arouse and stimulate interest In such 
work. (8) To further this work by intercessory 
prayer. 

iTM., Mr. J. H. Warren, Trinity College, To- 
ronto. Ut Vice- Pres., Mr. Malcolm Taylor, of 
the Cambridge Theological Seminary ; 2rf Viee- 
Pres., Mr. F. A. Wrght, of the Philadelphia 
Divinity School. Zd Viee-Pres., Mr. F. W. 
AmblerjOf the University of the South. Sec, 
Mr. J. W. Boyle, of Trinity College, Toronto. 
Treas., Mr. W. J. Lockton, of the Seabnry 
Divinity School, Faribault, Minn, 

The Eleventh Annual Convention will he held 
at Trinity College, Toronto, in the winter of 1806. 



aUILDS AND SOOIETUBa 

American Chnrch League. 

Plr«.,the Rev.M. Van Rensselaer, D.D. , LL.D., 
22 St. Nicholas Place, New York. Treas., E. S. 
Gorham. Church Missions House, New York. 

Organized for the work of Church defence. 
The Secretary requests that clippings of news 
paper atticks npon the Church ana the Faith, 
copies of diocesan and parish papers, convention 
journals, and such publications, be sent to him. 
Contributions for the work of the League should 
he sent to the Treasurer. 

Brotherhood of S. Andrew. 

An organization for the spread of Christ's 
Kingdom among young men. The work is done 
through parochml Chapters. There are now 1 ,250 
Chapters, with about 18,000 members. Pres., 
James L. Honghteling, Chicago. Oen. Sec^ohn 
W.Wood. Official Organ, *' St. Andrew's Cross," 
published at the office of the Brotherhood, 
Church Missions House, 281 Fourth Avenue 
New York. The General Secretary will bo glad 
to receive the names and addresses of men in 
any part of the country who might be held or 
won for God and the Chnrch by the friendship 
and sympathy of a Brotherhood man. 

Brotherhood of the Way of the Cross. 
Superior, the Rev. Alfred E. Johnson, Boston, 
Mass. 

Bnrial Beform Association. 

The objects of the Association are to unite 
** all who profest* and call themselves Christians " 
in a threefold effort : (1) To encourage burial in 
perishable coffins in the simple earth. (2) To 
simplify and cheapen funeral and mourning 
ceremonials. (3) To secure large and ample 
tracts of .«uitable ground for bnrial purposes. 

Pres., the Bishop of New York. Sec, the Rev. 
B. F. DeCosU, D.D., 234 Waveriy Place, New 
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Cliristian Sooial ITnioiL 

Pres., the Rt. Rev. P. D. Hantlngton, D.D. 
O^n. Sec., the Rev. George Hodges, D.D., 8 
MuBori Street, Cambridge, Mass. 2y«i«., Robert 
H. Gardiner. 1 Joy Street. Boston, Mass. 

Objects: d) To claim for the Christian Law 
the ultimate authority to rule eoclal practice. 
(2) To study In common how to apply the moral 
truthsand principles of Christianity to the social 
and economic diRiculties of the present time. 
(8) To present Christ In practical fife as the liv- 
ing Master and King, the Enemy of wrong and 
serfi&hne»e>.the Powor of righteousness ana love. 

Membership is open to alfcommunicantts of the 
Euisco)Md Churchf and associate membership to 
all others, upon application to the Treasurer and 
the pavment of one dollar per annum. 

Publications: A monthly series of publica- 
tions is issued under the anspices and with the 
general approval of the Executive Committee, 
ut no responsibility is at^sumed by the Union 
for the particular views f>f individual writers. It 
is intended to provide for the expression of 
divergent opinions. 

Subscription to the publications, one dollar per 
annum. Special rate to members and associate 
members : annual dues and subscription to the 
publications both ut one time, strictly in ad- 
vance, one dollar. 

Cliarcli ABsociatiioii for the Advanoement 
of the Interests of Labor. 

Pres.y the Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington. D.D., 
Bishop of Central New York. Sec. and Organ- 
izer, M Ih8 Harriett© A. Keyser, 252 W. 99th Street, 
New York. Trtas., H. B. Livingston, Room 
1, 191 Broadway, New York. 

Object : The advancement of the interests of 
Labor by the application of the principles of the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ. 

All information relative to the work of C. A. 
I. L., and the formation of branches, may be 
obtained from the Secretary. Contributions for 
the work t>f C. A. I. L. m«y be sent direct to the 
Treasurer. Mannal of the Association can be 
had on application. 

Church Periodical Club. [Fonnded Jan. 
10, 1888. Incor. Feb. 17, 1892.] 

Pres., Mrs. T. J. Radford, M West 57th Street, 
New York. Treas., Miss Florence Taylor, 36 
West 9th Street. New York. Sec., Mrs. J. L. 
Chapin, Church Missions House, New York. 

ohj^ct: To supply periodicals and books to 
tho!«e of the clergy and laity who are unable to 
procure good literature In any other way. 

1*he general office of the club is at the Chnrch 
Missions Hou.>«e, where any additional informa- 
tion will be most gladly furnished. 

Church Temperance Legion. 

Pres., the Rev. E. A. Bradley, D.D. Sec., the 
Rev. John F. Steen. Treas., Irving Grinnell. 
Gen. Com., Col. B. F. Watson. A(ijt. Com., 
Robert Graham, ffeadovarters. Church Mis- 
sions House, 281 Fourth Avenue, New York. 

Church Temperance Society. 

Pres., the Presiding Bishop. Vice-Presidents, 
fifty-two Bishops. Chairmanof Executive Cam- 
mittee. the Bishop of Albany. Treas., Hit. Irving 
Grinnell. Oen. Se/;., Robert Graham, Church 
Missions House. 281 Fourth Avenue, New York. 
• Women's AuxiLiABY.—iV«., Mrs. R. B. Pot- 



ter. F!<»-iV«9., Mrs. G. S. Bowdoln. T^eas.^Ur. 
Charles Townsend. Sec., Miss Fellows. Jiec. 
Sec., Miss H. E. Grabam. 

Daughters of the King (Order of the). 

[Founded 1885.] 

An organization for the spread of Christ's 
Kingdom among women, and the strengthening 
of parish life. The work is done through paro- 
chhil chapters. Pres. qf the Vouneit, Mrs, E. A. 
Bradlev. Sec., Miss E. L. Ryerson, Church Mis- 
sions House, 281 Fourth Avenue, New York. 
The ofllcial organ, *' The Royal Cross." 

Girls' Friendly Society in America. 

[Founded 187?.] ' 

Pres., Mrs. Thomas Roberts— May to Novem- 
ber, Riverton, N. J.: November to if ay. the Rit- 
tenhouse, Philadelphia, Pa. Gen, Sec., Miss Eve 
Alexander, 059 West Lexington Street, Balti- 
more, Md. Central Office, Church Missions 
House, New York. As$L Sec., Miss Emily Pad- 
dock. 

Guild of 8. Barnabas for Nurses. 

Chaplain General, the Rt. Rev. Cortlandt 
Whitehead, D.D., Bishop of Pittsburgh. 

The object of the Guild is to help nurses to 
realize the sacreduess of their calling. 

l^e Guild would like to have a branch in every 
hospital at which there Is a Training School or 
where trained nurses are employed, fnlormation 
concerning the formation or establishment of a 
branch will be cheerfully given in response to 
inquiries addntssed to Mbs A. P. Eaton, Vernon 
Street, Brookline, Mass. 

Guild of S. James the Apostle. , [Fonnded 
on the Feast of S. James, 1894.] 

Provost, Horace W. Whayman, Esq., F.R.S.A., 
Bexley Hall, Gambler, O. Warden, Miss M. 
E. Kershaw. Chaplain, Rev. Ernest V. Shayler. 
Recorder, H. Stow Gariick, M.D. 

Objects : (I) To assist the Clergy in propagat- 
ing, defending, and maintaining the Catholic 
Faith ; and to spread a knowledge of the Doc- 
trines of the Church, e^pechilly those having 
reference to the Holy Trinity, the Incarnation 
and Atonement of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the 
Sacraments. (2) To oppose Latltudinarianism, 
Rationalism, and Infidelity. (8) To revive and 
maintain a religions observance of all the offices 
of the Church— by promoting the nubile admin- 
istration of Holy Baptism, Confirmation, fre- 
quent Communion, regular attendance at Dally 
Prayer, and a proper observance of all Fasts, 
Festivals, and Commemorations. (4) To assist 
the Clergy in parochial and mission work, with- 
out encroaching upon their special duties, and 
to uphold their proper spiritual authority. (5) 
To support the Clergy In the promotion of de- 
cency, order, and reverence In public worship. 
(6) TO aid in the endowment, building, repair, 
and decoration of Churches, the education of 
children, and oth«r beneficent designs. (7) To 
encourage the practice of Piety, virtue, and 
Charity ; to teach the ignorant, assist the weak, 
succour the distressed, console the afflicted, 
relieve the poor, vlfit the sick, and help to bnry 
the dead. (8) To promote the Unity of Christlani. 

Guild of the Iron Cross. 

The Guild was fonnded in 1888, in S. Cle- 
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clerical and lay members pledged to Temperance, 
ireverence, and Chastity. 

The Guild aims at the promoti<m of morality 
on a tboroaglily catholic and sacramental basis. 
It aims at strictness of life rather than increase 
of n ambers. 

Pr. Field is the Chaplaln-General in the 
United States. The greater number of the mem- 
bers belonging to the Guild are scattered through 
t the country. It alj*o has members In Japan, 
Corea, and Africa. The central office is 45 Joy 
Street, Boston, Mai*s. 

Ken's Help Society. 

Om. Cor. Sec., the Rev. Percy T. Fenn, D.D., 
Essex, Conn. Diocesan Secretaries: Albany, 
the Rev. Ernest Mariett, Little Falls, N. Y. ; 
Arkansas, the Rev. W. T. Allen, Fort Smith ; 
Central New York, the Rev. A. George E. Jen- 
ner, Oswego ; Connecticut, the Rev. Percy T. 
Fenn, D.D., Essex; Indiana, the Rev. J. A. 
McGlone, Anderson ; Marquette, the Rev. E. W. 
Jewell, Calumet; Milwaukee, the Rev. W. J. 
Lemon, Hartland. Wis. ; Minnesota, the Rev. 
D. T. Booth, Willmar; Nebraska, the Rev. A. 
B. Marsh, Central City ; New Jersey, the Rev. 
Hubert M. Johnson, Millville, N. J. ; North 
Carolina, the Rev. J. D. Miller, Greensboro' ; 
North Dakota, the Rev. C. Turner, Devil's Lake ; 
Northern California, the Rev. E. Van Deerlin, 
Grass Valley ; Rhode Island, the Rev. R. Ed- 
mund Bennett, Narragansett Pier ; Southern 
Ohio, the Rev.W. H. Burbank, 204 Dayton Street, 
Cincinnati -^Texas, the Rev. R. 8. Stuart, Pales- 
tine ; The Platte, the Rev. I!. E. Robbins, Alli- 
ance, Neb. ; Wyoming, the Rev. Frank J. Mal- 
lett, Laramie. 

. Order of Anglican Clinrolunen. Originat- 
ing i'ouncil : S. Alban's Oonncil, No. 1, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Oinccrs of 8. Alban*s Council for the current 
year: 

Chancellor, C. F. Lamy ; Sfnior Warden, C. 
H. Wandel ; Jurdor Wat den, M. Ferguson ; 
Verger, H. B. Starr : Usher, G. W. Thompson : 
PrelaU, Rev. J. B. Nies. Ph.D.; Ouard. D. L. 
Starr ; Sentinel, F. T. Price : Scribe, J. Edward 
Watson ; Bursar^ A. Rifenbursh ; Organist, T. 
R, Phillips. 

Or^nized and originated in October, 1804, by 
the Kev. J. D. Kennedy, as a Fraternal Order 
for men Interested in the welfare and advance- 
ment of the Anglican Branch of the Catholic 
Church. Object: Church defence. Has an 
impressive and beautiful initiatory ceremony 
ana a growinir membership. Those interested 
I in the establishment of other Councils of the 
t^rder should address Rev. J. D. Kennedy, 86 
Keap Street, BnK)klyn, N. Y. 

(h'der of Christian Helpere. 

Director, the Vcn. Archdeacon Darlington. 

Order of the Sieten of Bethany. 

An organization of young women working 
through parochial chapters. PtYsident, Mrs. 
Philo Wooflrnft Sprasrue, Charlestown, Mass.: 
General Seer €fary,W\»f>> Mary C. Crawford, Tren- 
ton Street, Charusstowh, Mass. 

The object of this society is to seek to learn 
of our LortI Jesus Christ, and to work for Him 
kftcr the exarapln of Mary and Martha of Beth- 
any. Any baptized girl or woman may become 



a member of the society. The officers must be 
communicants of the Chnrch. Any number of 
girls or women may, with the consent of the 
rector of the parish to which they belong, organ- 
ize a chapter of the Order, upon adoption of the 
constitution. Such chapter shall ^fect its own 
officers and adopt its own method of work. 

All further information in regard to the work 
of the O. S. O. B., and the formation of chapters, 
may be obtained from the General Secreta^. 

8. Alban*! Inititnte of Ecolesiaetioal Art. 

Columbus, O.—Hon. Director, Mrs. Mary B. 
Rath-Merrill; Chaplain, the Rev. Ernest V. 
Shayler. 

Ooiects: (1) To promote the greater glory of 
Almighty God and the good of His Church by 
the maintenance of a school of ecclesiastical 
embroidery and needlework. (8) To provide a 
meansof livelihood for Church women in reduced 
circnmstances. (8) The assisting by advice, and 
in other ways, those who are desirous of follow- 
ing En};Iish rather than Roman customs in their 
churches. 

Society of King Charles the Martyr. 

[Founded Easter Tuesday, 1894.] 

OtO^' Intercessory Prayer for the defense of 
the Auglo-Catholic Cnurch against ttie attacks 
of her enemies. Obligations of Membership: 
The weekly use of certain prescribed prayers, 
one of which is tAken from Eikon Basilike, and 
the other two from the original Service for the 
XXX. January, being the Day of the Martyrdom 
of the Blessed King Chaxles ; and the observ- 
ance of that day as the Anniversary of the Soci- 
ety. Subscription : Seventy cents on admission 
and twenty-five cents annually. The medal of 
the Society may be obtained for twenty cents. 
American churchmen desiring to unite in doing 
honor to the memory of the one Saint officially 
enrolled on the Ansrtican Kalendar since the 
Reformation, may aodresstheRev. R. T. Nichol, 
23 Irving Place, New York, or the Rev. William 
Harman Van Allen, Elmira, N. Y., or the Hon. 
Sec, Mrs. J. W. Barstow, 84 W. 12th St., New 
York, N. Y. 

The Kedical Guild of the Kisericordia. 

[Founded 1869.] 

Prorosf, W. Thornton Parker, M.D., Hilltop 
Farm, Groveland, Mass. 

OlyecfM : Domestic Medical Missions, and the 
extending <if mercy to the suffering. 

Membership : Physicians and medical students. 

** The Society for the Home Study of Holy 
Scripture and Church History.'' [Incor. in 
1880 in New York and in 1897 in Washington, 
D. C] 

Pres., the Bishop of Washington. Director 
and Organizing Sec, Miss Sarah F. Smiley, the 
Library, 1316 N Street. Washington, D. C. The 
Society U open to all American women by corre- 
spondence. 

U. 8. Church Army. 

Under the direction of the Church Army 
CotnmisHon.\\z.— Commissioners: the Rev. E. 
A. Bradlev, D.D., Chairman; the Rev. E. Wnl- 
pole Warren, D.D.; the Rev. W. B. Bodine, 
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I, ' ■ -wton Perldns, At. General Henry 

'^^^ --«oy, Military Director. Its object is to 

,- ^^ reocue work, on Chiircii lines, among the 

chnrchless and th« fallen. The Army will be 

5 lad to aid rectors who desire to do this work, 
.ddress the General at Headquarters, 288 Lex- 
ington Avenue, New York. 

*' Washburn Memorial Association/' 
The Association makes grants of theological 

books to clersprmen. Pres., the Ven. Charles 

C. Tiffany, D.D., 29 Lafayette Place, New York. 

TVww., the Rev. Robert C. Booth, 209 E. 4ad 

Street, New York. 

White Cross Central Committee. 

Sec.y Rev. B. F. de Coeta, D.D., 284 Waverly 
Place, New York. Treas.y E. P. Dutton, 81 W. 
88d Street, New York. 

DEVOTIONAL. 

Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament 
of Uie Body and Blood of Christ. [Ameri- 
can Branch.] 

Superior OeMral, the Rt. Rev. C. C. Grafton, 
D.D., Bishop of Fond du Lac ; Secretary Gtn- 
eral^ the Rev. B. B. Taylor, Westminster. Md. ; 
Treasurer Geaerai^ Mr. W. C. Dayton, Chicago, 
111. The Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament 
consists of Bishops, Iriests, and Deacons of the 
Anglican Communion, and of communicants of 
both sexes who concur in the following objects, 
rules, and recommendations. 

OMecis : (1) The honor due to the Person of 
oar Lord Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament 
of His Body and Blood. (2) Mutual and special 
intercession at the time of and in union with the 
Encharistic sacrifice. (8) To promote the ob- 
servance of the Catholic and i)nmitive practice 
of receiving the Holy Communion fasting. 

Rules : (1) To communicate, or at least to be 
present, on Sundays and the greater Festivals 
and other Holy Days, when the Holy Eucharist is 
celebrated, unless prevented by sickness or other 
urgent cause. (2) To promote by all legitimate 
means frequent and reverent celenralions of the 
Holy Eucharist as the chief act of Divine service. 
(3) To make onch special intercessions as shall 
be from time to time directed. 

Guild of AU Bonis. [American Branch. 
Founded March, a.d. 1879.] 

Superior y Rev. E. A. Larrabee ; Warden^ Rev. 
C. E. Bowles ; Seci'etary^ Edward O. Hubbard. 

Object*: (1) Intercessory Prayer— (a) for the 
dying : (b) for the repose or the kouIs of deceased 
meiiiDers, and all the faithful departed. (2) To 
provide furniture for burials, according to the 
use of the Catholic Church, so as to set forth the 
two great doctrines of the '^Commnnion of 
Saints'* and the ** Resurrection of the Body." 
(3) The publication and distribution of literature 
pertaining to the objects of the Gnild. 

All inquiries and communications should be 
addressed to the Secretary, Mr. Edward O. Hub- 
bard, P. O. Box 185, Chicago. 

Chiild of the Holy Cross. [Incor.] 
For Invalids. The object is Intercessory 
Prayer and the Ministr}' of Consolation. Chajh 



lain, the Rev. T. C. Foote, Cleveland, O. ; 
Warden, Miss Mary F. BoUes, 608 Cedar Avenue, 
Cleveland, O. ; Sec., Mrs. H. C. Foote, 77 Sixth 
Avenue, Cleveland, O.; Treae.. Miss Helen 
Gonvy, 354 Superior Street, Cleveland, O. 

The Association for the Promotion of the 
Unity of Christendom, [commonly called 
the A. P. U. C] 

A society, founded in England on the 8th of 
September, 1857, for the purpot^e of uniting the 
members, clerical and lay, of the Roman, Greek, 
and Anglican Communions in a bond of inter- 
cessory prayer for the reunion of Christendom. 
Membership in this Association involves neither 
entrance fees nor dues. The sole obligation in 
curred is the daily recitation of the specified 

Erayer, together with one Our Father, to which 
\ added, in the case of priests, the offering of 
the Holy Sacrifice once in three montlis, for the 
intention and work of the society. 

Secretary far the United States, the Rev. A. J. 
Arnold, Media, Pa. 

FINANOIAIh 

Clergymen's Kntnal Insurance League. 

[Incor. 1869.] 

Pres., the Rev. 8. M. Haskins, D.D.; 7Vi«w., 
the Rev. W. N. Dunntli.D.D., Station B, New 
York, N. Y.; Sec, Rev. John W. Buckmaster, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y. Any Clergyman of the Prot- 
estant Episcopal Church. *^ not over 55 years of 
Afi^f In good health, and not to his knowledge 
seized of any disease likely to prove fatal, ^* may 
become a member. All applications for mem- 
Iter^hip must be made to the Treasurer. The 
League has paid $413,404 to its beneficiaries. 
Laymen may become cooperative members. 

Clergymen's Betirlng Fund Society of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church of the United 
States. [Incor. in New Jersey, 1874 ; in New 
York, 1896.1 

Pre*., the Bishop of New Jersey ; Sec.y J. V. 
V. Olcott, 4 Warren Street, New York ; Treae., 
Elihu Chauncey, 175 9th Avenue, New York ; 
Financial Ser., the Rev. James H. Lamb, D.D., 
Room 18. Church House, IJfth and Walnut 
Streets, Philadelphia, Pa., who is ready, on ap- 
plication, to prf sent the claims of the Society 
whenever he conveniently can. Number of 
members, 666. Amount of invested capital, 
$128,654. The trustees of this Society are mak- 
ing the effort to secure a large National Fund to 
be invested for the proper pensioning of our 
aged clergy. Dnes of $13 a year are paid by 
the clergy ; these dues are capitalized. For in- 
formation, address the Financial Secretary. 

Western Church Building Society. [Or- 
ganized 1880.] 

Pree,, the Bishop of Minnesota; Sec., the 
Bishop of Iowa : Treae., the Rev. Charles How- 
ard Malcom, D.D., S. Stephen's College, Annan- 
dale, N. Y. This Corporation assists feeble par- 
ishes and congregations to erect houses of puulic 
worship and parsonages within the jurisdictions 
of the Bishops of Minnesota, Iowa, Missonri, 
Kansas, Nebraska, Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, 
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MI80ELLANB0US. 

Clinroh Congress in the United States. 
[Organized 1874.] 

Prt«.^ the BUhop of the Diocese in which any 
congressis held ; Gen. See., the Ven. Archdeacon 
Tiffany, D.D. ; Cor. Sec. the Rev. J. W. Kramer 
(to whom all commanications should be ad- 
dressed). Office^ No. 8 Bible House, New York. 
lYeae.^ Thomas Whittaker, 2 Bible House. 

Choreh Unity Society. 

Pres., the Presiding Bishop ; Honorary Vice- 
Pje.sidenls.&i Bishops ; Acting President, the 
Bishop of Delaware ; General Secretary. Ker. G. 
Woolsey Hodge ; JHeeordirta Sec. David Good- 
bread, 6a> Walnut Street, Philadelphia ; TYeae., 
Francis S. Keese, 686 Walnut Street, Philadel- 
phia. 



"The Free and Open Church Associa- 
tion." [Founded 1875.J 

Qi^«, 2358 East Cumberland Street, Philadel- 
phia. Pres., J. Vaughan Merrick ; Gen. Sec. 
Rev. J. A. Goodfeliow, 28&8 East Cumberland 
Street, Philadelphia ; Tr^as., C. W. Cushman, 
2^4 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, 

*' The New Tork Bible and Common 
Prayer-Book Society." [Founded 1809.] 

Prejt., the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of New York ; 
Sec, E. S. Gorham ; yrroj*., James Pott, Church 
Mis«iq;is lIout!e, New York. 

" The Protestant Episcopal Tract Society." 
James Pott, Affef.t, Church Missions House, 
New York. 



EELIQIOUS OEDERS.* 



Order of the Holy Cross. ["The order of 
the Holy Cross of Westminster.*'] [Founded in 
New York, 1881 ; removed to Maryland, 1802.] 

A Religious Order for Priests and Laymen. 
Ottjfcte: The discipline of the spiritual life in 
praverand good works, especially in the giving 
of Missions, Conferences, and Retreats, and in 
such other wavs as God may direct. Commnni- 
cations mav oe addressed to the Rev. Father 
Superior, Holy Cross House, Westminster, Md. 

'* Order of Brothers of HasAreth." 

[Founded 1886 ; incor.] 

A Religions Order for Laymen. OtOects: 
Prayer and Manual work. Persons living in 
the world desiring to further the obiects of the 
Brotherhood are admitted as Associates. The 
works of the Community are : All Saints' Con 
valcRcent Home for Men and Boys ; 8. John's 
Pavilion for Chronic Cases ; S. LuKe's Pavilion 
for Aged Men ; 8. Paul's Training School, Priory 
Farm ; Home for Boys, Washington, D. V. ; S. 
Andrew's Cottage, Farminsdale, L. 1.: "Fresh 
Air Work." The Mother House is at Verbank, 
Dutchess Co^ N. Y. All communications to l>e 
Addressed to Brother Gill)ert, Superior, Verbank, 
Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

Society of the Mission Priests of S. John 



the EvangeUst. [Founded at Cowley, in Eng- 
land, 1865 ; cstiiblished in this country in 1872.J 
The Society is formed for the mutual assist- 
ance of its mem1)ers in striving after Christian 
perfection, obedience to our Lord's counsels, 
and for the advancement of God's glory by such 
mission works as God in His providence may 
sugge»>t. Lav brothers are associated with the 
Priests in dedication of life and work. The Mis- 
sion Church of S. John the Evangelist, Boston, 
Mass., lathe centre of the Society^s work in the 
United States. Among external works the 
Fathers give themselves especially to the preach- 
ing of Missions, where their assistance is invited 
by the Parochial Clergy, and the conducting of 
Retreats for Clergy, religious communities, and 
Mevout lay people. Address the Father Superior, 
Mission House of S. John the Evangelist, 44 
Temple Street, Boston. 

"The Congregation of the Companions 
of the Holy Sayioar." 

Oiijects : The members are clergymen, some of 
whom are pledged while in the Congregation to 
a life of chastity, and to keep a simple rule o 
prayer, meditation, and study in divine things. 
The men live together In community and are 
bound bv the three vows of the religions life. 

Stfperlor, the Rev. William McGarvey, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 



SISTERHOODS. 



Commnnity of All Angels. [Founded by 
the Bishop of Delaware. Incorporated 1895.] 

This Sisterhood has under Its charge S. 
Michael's Hospital for Babies, and the Day 
Nursery, and works in S. Matthew's Colored 
Mi'^sion. The Sisterhood, also, with the con- 
sent of the Bishop, offers its services to any 
clergyman who desires its aid in parish work. 

Chaplain^ the Rev. H. H. Roche, Long Branch, 
N.J. 



For information address the Mother Snpeior. 
S. Raphael's House, lOOfl Tatnall St., Wilmlnr 
ton, Del., or the Bishop of Delaware. 

AU Saints' Sisters of the Poor, f Tiw> 
Home of the All Saints' Sisters of the Poor of 
Baltimore City."] 

801 liorthEittaw Street. Baltimore, J/</.-Thf« 
Sisterhood was founded in 18P1 in London, 
under the Rev. W. Upton Richards. I*, depends 
entirely on voluntary gifts and offerings. 



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The works of the commonity in this country 
are: 

In Baltimore.— lS\%9XoTi work in connection 
with Mount Calvary Church, under the rector, 
Rev. R. H. Paiiie ; Embroidery Rooms and In- 
dustrial Home for Girls in the Mother House, 
601 North Entaw Street, where orders for Altar 
Dreads are received. 

A Colored Orphanage and the training; of 
I colored women for the Reli^ons Life in S. 
' Mary's Home, 409 West Bldoie Street : also a 
Day School for colored children in same nou^e. 

8. Katherine's Mission, 1860 ^orth Calhoun 
Street For colored people. Day School and 
Mission work. 

The charge of the Children's Country Home, 
Oranse Grove, Baltimore Co. 

PABa«WM«a.— Mission work in 8. Clement's 
Parish, including Guilds for women and chil- 
dren. ' A Summer Sea Shore Home for them at 
Point Pleasant, N. J. Altar Breads furnished 
at Mission House, 8034 Cherty Street. 

Oermantown. Fenn.—A Boarding School for 
Young Ladies. 839 Wister Street. 

Orange VaUey N". J.— Mission House and care 
of the poor in All Saints' Parish. 

Hobokeny N. J.— Mission work, Guild, and 
Parochial School In the Parish of Holy Inno- 
cents. 

" The Sisters of the Annunoiation of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary." llncor. Feb., 1883.] 

Rev. M. Van Rensselaer, D.D., Waitlen. 

Has charge of the House of the Annunciation, 
the Mother Hoose of the Order, and of S. Elisa- 
beth's House, the Summer Home, Riverbank, 
Stamford, Conn. Incurable and crippled girls 
between the ages of 4 and 14 are received and 
cared for. Apmlcatlon to be made to the Mother 
Srperior, 518 W. 162d Street, New York. 

Sisters of Bethany. 

New Orleans^ Xa.— Under the direction and 
pastoral care of the Bishoo of the Diocese. The 
Sisters have charge of the Children's Home, 
609 Jackson Avenue, New Orleans. Address, 
Sister Mary. 

Sisters of the Cliarcli. [Founded in London 
1870 ; established in Now York 1894.] 

8 and 8 East 68rf Street, New Fw*.— The Sis- 
terhotKi has charge of a Boarding and Day School 
for Young Ladles. A Summer School is main- 
tained from June to October. Address the 
Si^ter-in-Charge. 

The Mother Superior's address is Orphanage 
of Mercy, Randolph Gardens, Kilbum, London, 
N. W. Chaplain, the Rev. R C. Klrkpatrlck, 
Kilbum, London. 

. ^* Sisters of the Order of the Good Shepherd 
m the Dioeese of California." 

8an Francisco. -WanUn, the Rev. Edgar J. 
Lion. Works: (1) Protestant Episcopal Old 
Ladies' Home. (2) Maria Kip Orphanage. (3) 
The Sheltering Arms. (4) Mission at the City 
and County Hospital and 8. Luke's Hospital. 
(6) The Children^ Hospital. (6) The Hospital 
for Women. (7) Parish Visiting, 

Wsterhpodof the Good Shepherd. ["The 
Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd of the Prot- 



estant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New 
York."] 

New York.— Head, the Bishop of New York. 
Pastor^ the Rev. Thomas Galluudit, D.D. The 
Institutions under their care are : Home and 
Training School for Littlu Girls, 419 West 19th 
Street ; School of the Good Shepherd, a boarding 
school for young girls, 508 First Ave., Asbnry 
Park, N. J. ; House of the Good Shepherd, a 
Hummer home for women and children, Asbnry 
Park ; Buttercup Cottage, a summer home for 
working girls, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia ; and a 
Clothing Bureau to assist the worthy poor, 417 
West 19th St., New York. The Sisters are also 
engaged In parochial work. 

Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd. ["The 
Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd of the Prot- 
estant Episcopal Church."] [Incor. 1867.] 

St. Louis, Jfo.— Under the direction and pas- 
toral care of the Bishop of Missonrl. Hascharge 
of Bishop Robertson Hall, the Diocesan School 
for Girls, 1607-1617 South Compton Avenue, St. 

liOUlS. 

Sisterhood of the Holy Child Jesus. 

Albany, N. K— Under the direction of the 
Bishop Of Albany, at work in S. Agnes' School, 
tlie Cathedral and S.Peter's Parish, Albany, and 
in S. Paul's Parish, Troy : and In charge of The 
Child's Hospital and s. Margaret's House for 
Infants, Albany; 8. Cliristina Home, Saratoga 
Springs ; the Orphan House of the Holy Saviour, 
Cooperstown ; and of the Church Home, Troy. 

Sisterhood of Holy Commnnion. 

New York.— Visitor, the Bit*hop of the Dio- 
cese. Pastor, the Rev. W. J. Seabury, D.D. The 
Sisters have charge of The Shelter for Respecta- 
ble Giris, £41 West 14th Street. 

Sisterhood of Holy Commnnion. [Incor. 
December 2, 1892.] 

New York.— Visitor, the Bishop. Pastor, Rev. 
Henry Mottet. The Sisterhood was organized by 
Dr. Muhlenberg In 1852. The works of the Sis- 
terhood are : parish visiting, nursing, care of 
altar service, clergy and choir vestments, an em- 
broiderv class, a training school for girls, a home 
for aged women, and such assistance as th(;y can 
render the parish clergy in the prosecution of 
theh- work. The Sisters' House, 828 Sixth 
Avenue, serves also as the House of Reception 
for the Society of St. Johuland. 

Sisters of the Holy Name. 

Lima, Ind.— Visitor, the Bishop. Chaplain, 
the Rev. John Hey ward McEenzle. The sisters 
have charge of the Hammond Industrial School 
for Boys. 

" The Sisterhood of the Holy Hativity." 
[Founded in 1883, by the Rt. Rev. 0. C. Grafton.] 

The Mother House is at 883 Benefit Street, 
Providence, R. I., and there is also a house in 
Pond dn Lac. This Sisterhood Is engaged In all 
kinds of parochial and mission work. The 
Sisters visit the sick and poor, and aid the clergy 
by gathering in the unbaptized. preparing per- 
sons for confirmation, giving Bible classes, form- 
ing guilds, etc. They also, where Missions nre 



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being preached, aMist the Mission priesU. The 
Sistere are worlung in several parishes in Provi- 
dence and elsewhere, and have mission worlc ut 
Oneida. They have a summer House of Rest 
with mission work at Tiverton, R. I. 

At the Mother House the Sisters keep up a 
daily intercession for the conversion of sinners 
and for the extension of the Faith. They pre- 
pare veatments and altar linen for poor parishes 
at cost of nuiterlai. Their houses are open to 
associates and other ladies for spiritual rest and 
retirement. Accordingto its rule, the Sisterhood 
has for its head the Bishop of the diocese in 
which any branch of its work may lie, and all 
parochial work is under the direction of the 
Parish Priest. 

Siften of the Order of. the Holy Beeurreo- 
tion. [FOandeid 18M by the Bishop of Georgia.] 

Atlanta^ Oa.—A Diocesan Order established 
for women who desire to live by rule, and to 
devote their lives to charitable works. The Com- 
munis has chan^ of the Diocesan School for 
Girls. Superior^ Sister Mary Frances, 97 Capitol 
Square, Atlanta. 



^jUsten oftiie ^er of^Viiitation of the 



[Incor. December 7, 



Bleeeed Vi 

A.J), vm.] 

New FofSfc.— The Rer. Thomas McKee Brown, 
Fowider and Warden. Sister Mary Maude in 
charge. Mission House of S. Mary the Virgin, 
188 West 4«th Street, Mew York. Parish Summer 
Home at Little Neck Point, Northport Bay, 
Long Island, N. Y. 

This Order is duly incorporated for care and 
relief of the sick, needy, and fallen, for educa- 
tion of the yonng, and all other works of mercy 
and charity in connection with the Church of 
8. Mary the Virgin, New York, and wherever 
else its services may be given. 

The Sisters of the Besnrreotion. 

VitUor, the Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed, Bishop 
of Florida. 

The Sisters have opened the House of the 
Resurrection to women who desire spiritual rest 
and retirement. 

They have also established Trinitv Home for 
Girls, a preventive work. Girls from ten to 
eighteen received, provided for, and given a 
plain English edncatl<m and industrial training. 

Daring winter months the Sisters will condtict 
an Embroidery Workroom at Trinity Parish 
House, and will furnish Ecclesiastical Embroid- 
ery, Illuminations, etc., on order. 

All applications mnst be made U the Sisters 
of the Itesurreciion, Box 23, St. Angnstine, Fla. 

Sisterhood of 8. John Baptist. 

New York^ N. F.--<Fonnded at Clewer, Eng- 
land, in 1861, and afBllated as an independent 
Branch in America in 1881.) Visitor, the Bishop 
of New York. Warden, the Rev. A. G. Morti- 
mer, D.D. aub-Warden, the Rev. H. T. NIchol. 
Mother Hoose and Novitiate, 283 East 17th St., 
New York. The works of the Sisterhood are 
1. Chnrch Workroom for Ecclesiastical Embroid- 
ery, 883 Bast 17th Street. 2. S. John Baptist 
School, 231 Bast 17th Street, a boarding' and 
day school. Girls prepared for college. Resident 
French and English teachers. 8. S. Hilda's 



School, Morrlatown, N. J. An Industrial School 
for Girls. 4. 8. Andrew's Hospital for conva- 
lescent women, 218 East 17th Street, New York. 
5. Mission work among the German population 
of the East Side of New Yorlc, and girls* dav 
school in connection with the Ml8s>ioD of the 
Holy Cross. 6. S. Anna's Cottage, a Summer 
Home for the women and children of the Mis- 
sion. 7. S. Michael's Home, Mamaroneck, 
N. Y., chiefly for young and hopeful cases, and 
partly preventive. 8. The Sisters also have 
charge of Christ C?hurch Home, South Amboy, 
N. J., an institution for children. 

^ Sisterhood^ of 8. John ti^e EvanffeUst. 
r* The Sisterhood of 8. John Evangelist of the 
Diocese of Long Island."] 

Sisters* House, 492 Herkimer Street, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Visitor^ the Bishop of Long island. 
CAaplaifh the Rev. Henry 0. Swentzel. The 
Sisters have chai^ at the Church Charity Foun- 
dation, Brooklyn, of : (1) S. John's Hospital ; 
(2) Home for the Aged, and (8) Orphanage ; also 
(4) S. Catharine^s Hall Diocesan Boarding and 
Day School for Girls, 286 Washington Avenue, 
with Summer School at Holdemess, N. H. ; (5) 
Sisters* Home School for little Girls at the Sis- 
ters' Honse; (6) Sisters* Cottsge, Belmar, N. J.; 
(7) The Church Home, Euclid Avenne. Cleve- 
land, Ohio : (8) Assistance in Parochial Work 
under the direction of Hectors. 

Sisterhood of 8. Joseph of Hasareth. ['* So- 
ciety of S. Joseph of Naaareth.*'J [Incor. 1892.] 

BronxvUU, N. T.— Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur 
Ritchie. The Society has for its first object 
^ the mutual Improvement in religious knowl- 
edge of its members, and the furtherance of 
religious belief by means of the Religious and 
Community Life, and afterwards the exercise 
of Charity in teaching and training the voung.** 

The Sisterhood hss under its csre 8. Martha*s, 
a training home for girls, at Bronzvlile, N.Y., 
and Nazareth Industrial School, Bronxville, 
N. Y. ^ 

For Information address the Mother Superior. 

Sisterhood of 8. Margaret. 

Boston, A/ioM.— Founded in Bast Grinsted,Eng- 
Umd, in 1865, by the Rev. J. M. Neale, D.D., 
and established as an AflUiated House in Amer- 
ica in 1873. 

Chapktin, the Rev. W. H. Longridge. The 
Mother House of the Community is at 17 Louis- 
burg Square, Boston. The Sisters have in Bos- 
ton two Infirmaries for private patients, Nos. 2 
and 15 Louisburg Square : a School of Embroid- 
ery, 9 Chestnut Street ; S. Monica's Home for 
sick colored women, 45 Joy Street ; Home for 
Girls, Chestnut Hill Avenue, Biight/^n, Masn.: 
and they work in S. Angnstlne*s Mission for 
Colored People, and among the sick and p^tor of 
the city. They alfo have charee of the Chil- 
dron's Hoppital, Boston ; the Children's Con- 
valescent Bfome, Wellesley ; 8. Bamal)as' Hos- 
pital, Newark, N. J.; and work in the parishes 
of S. John the Evangelist, Montreal, where they 
have a Home for Incurables ; S. Mark's, Phila- 
delphia, where tliev have a Home for Aged 
Women : nou!«c of Prayer, Newark ; and 8. 
I^nke's. Chelsea. Mass. Dnrinir the summer they 
have charge of the J. M. Dodge Memorial Home 
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Sanitarium, near Mnrblchead, Mass. ; S. Mar- 
garet'H Home for Women and OhIMron. Cnjie 

May ; a rhildrnn's Country 1 1- >'■'■■ I'.-iMiiivUnvn. 
D.U. ; and take charge of a JI >ii--_ v-i ii'.st at 
New Ipswich, N. 11., and S. Lukti'a Country 
Home, Alountain House, Cresco, Pa. 

" The Sisterhood of S. Mary, New York. 

[Pounded iHttS.J 

ChajUain, the Rev. A. F. Langmore, S.S.J. E. 
Motiier House of the Coniraunity, Peekskill, 
N. Y. The wi»rk« of the Sit*terlioud are : Ftmr 
boarding and day school.^ for young ladiee— S. 
Mary's School, 8 Enst -With Street, New York ; 
S. (JabrielV Scliool. Peekskill, N. Y.; S. Mary's 
Sciiool, Memphi^i, Tenn.; Kemper Hall, Kenoj^ha, 
\Vi8. The Ilou&e of Mercy, In wood-on- Hudson, 
New York; 8. Saviour's Sanitarium, Inwood on- 
HudHun (iucor. 1892) ; S. Mary's Free Hospital 
for ('tiihlren,4ti7 West JMth Street, New York, 
and, in connection wttli this, tlic Wilkes Dispon- 
f»ury, 435 and 4-S7 Ninth Avenue, New York; a 
Oitnvrtlescent Summer Home for Children, at 
Norwalk, Conn., nnd the Noves Memorinl Home, 
Peek(»kill ; Trinity Honpitiil, 50 Varirk Street, 
New York, a ho^spitnl for adult p. both men and 
women ; The Lfliira Franklin Free Hospind for 
Children, 111th Street. New York ; Trinity Mi>*- 
flion. 211 Fnlton Street. New York, and, in con- 
ned ion with thin, a Summer Seasi'le Tlome for 
poor Children at [slip. L. I.; The Church Orphan 
Home, at Memphis, Tenn. ; and S. MaryV Mis- 



sion Honsc and Free Dispensary, 213 and 215 
Wa^hlnffton Boalevard, Chicago, with S. Mary's 
Home for Children, 209 and- 211 Washington 
Boulevard, Chicago. 

Siiten of S. Mary and All Sainti. 

Baltitnore, i/irf.— This is a Sisterhood of Col- 
ored Women, training for work anion*; tbe.ir own 
people by the All Sainia' Sisters. They vli»it 
and teach in connecticm wirh the Mount Calvary 
Chapel of 8. Mary the Virgin, and assist in the 
care of S. Mary's Orphanage and Home, 409 
West Blddle Street, where they reside. 

Sisters of 8. Monica. 

SpringjUld, Jli.— An *' Association of Widows 
for Intercessory Prayer," and the restoration to 
the Church of the primitive vocation of conse- 
crated widowhood. For further particulars ap- 
ply to Rev. Mother Caroline Delano, Orphanage 
of the Holy Child, Springfield, HI. 

" The Society of the Epiphany," Waah- 
inflrton, D. C. [Founded in 1887, by the Rt. 
Re° . the Bishop of Washington.] 

The work of the Sisterhood is: "For the 
Glory of God. caring for the fallen, protecting 
and tralnlnir the yonng, and giving splritnal help 
to women living in the world by providing Re- 
ireats* and Instructions for them." 

For Information address the Sister Superior, 
2408 K Street, Washington, D. C. 



DEACONESSES. 



" The Diaconal Community of S. Katha- 
rine of the Diocese of Georgia." Lt^^>»'ganized 
in 1881.] 

MaroiK— The Deaco neuters have exclus^ive 
charge of the Cburch orphanaire known an the 
Appleton Church Home, Macon. Sister Katha- 
rine, Vh i if Ik aeon em. 

" Diaconal Community of S. Martha." 
Tjmhviile, Ay.— This order was orj^anized 
Jnne 29. 1875, as a Sisterhood, and reorganized 
on Ascension Day, 1881, as a Community of Dea- 
conesses, with the Bishop of the Diocesfc as its 
bead. It has charge of the Boys' Orphan a ire of 
the Good Shepherd, and of the Home of the 
Innocents, Louisville. Ky. Address* Sister Su;*Hn 
Orr. Presidinsr Deaconess, Orphanage of the 
Good Shepherd, Morton A%'enue, Ijouisville. 

Order of Deaconesses of the Diocese of 
Alabama. [lus^tituted lKfj8.] 

XT^nder the pastoral direction of the Binhop of 
Alabama, and in charge of the Church Home, 



Mobile, Ala. Address Sister Harriet, Chief 
Deaconess, Cbnrch Home, Mobile, Ala. 

Hew York Training School for Beaoon- 
esses. [Estab. 1890.] 

Hf*fnf 2'» East 12/A Street .—VUdtar. the Bishop 
of New York. Wan/fn. the Rev. W. R. Hunt- 
ington. D.D. Dean, the Rev. Haslett McKim, 88 
West 20th Street, New York. 

*'The Church Training and Deaconess 
House of the Diocese of Pennsylvania." 

[Estab. 1891.] 

70ft Spmce Strfet, PhUadelphia.—Pres.. the 
Bishop of Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Board 
of Counril, Ewing L Miller. Treasurer of tft4 
Board qf Council, George C. Thomas. l^reH- 
dent of the Board of Managers, Miss Coles. Sec- 
retary of the Board qf Manaqers, Miss Anne N. 
Sanders. Trentnirer (tf thf. Board of Mana(ier»^ 
Miss Esther P. Aertsen, Germantown. All ap- 
plications for admission should be addressed to 
" The Admission Committee," 708 Spruce Street, 
Philadelphia. 



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DIOCESES AND PARISHES. 

The Statistics ai^d Information under this head have in every case been com- 
piled from the latest official Journals published, and proof-sheets of every Dio- 
cese have been revised by the Bishop or Secretary. 



DIOCESE OF ALABAMA. (A.D. 1830.) 

Population (1890), 1,613,017. Area, 50,728 nq. in. 

Th« Rt. Rkt. Richard Hook KB Wilmbr, D.D., LL-D., Bishop. (1862.) Betdderux, Spring 
Ilill, Mobile County. 

Thk Rt. Rkv. Hbnry Mklvillb Jackson, I).D., Bishop Coadjutor. (1891.) Ji^Hdeitce, 
En f aula. 

Secretary qf Council.— The Rev. Richard H. Cobbs, D.D., QreenBboro. 

Treasurer qf Diocese.—J. H. Pitts, Tuskalooea. 

Treasurer of Diocesan Missionary Fttnd.—C, E. Waller, Greensboro. 

Registrar,— B. J. Baldwin, M.D., Montgomery. 

Chancellor.— C. E. Waller, Greensboro. 

Standing Committee.- Clerical, the Rev. William Dudley Powers, D.D.. Prss.; the Rev. 
Robert W. Barnwell, the Rev. Douglaa C. Peabody. Lay, H. T. Tonlmin, W. C. Agee, W. W. 
Screws, Montgomery, Sec. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Home for Orphans, MotMe.—ln charge of the Order of Deaconesses. 

Order qf Deaconesses of the Diocese of Alabama, 3fobile.— Slater Harriet, C%t^. 

Society for the ReUef qf Disabled Clergymen, ami }Vidows and Orphans of Deceased Clergy- 
men.— Pres., ex-ojficio, the Bishop. Sec., the Rev. Richard H. Cobbs, D.D. Treas., R. M. Nelson, 
Selma. 

The Alabama Diocesan School for Girls, Anniston.—'' The Noble InsUtute.** Principal, Miss 
Warder. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan JSroncA.— [Organized August, 1889.1 Annoal meeting: time 
and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. F^ H. Warren, 318 Clayton St., Montgomery. 



Diocesan Pap^r.— "The Church Record." 


Editor, the Rev. 


W. C. Whlttak 

1896. 


er, Tuskalooea. 


STATISTICS. 






. 1897. 


Clergy 




39 

1 
67 

80 

477 
375 

6,912 
365 

3,420 

$102,287 


39 


Priests Ordained . 


6 


diurch Edlflces 


75 


Orininlzed Parishes and Ml'«8lon»» , 1 




Unorganljted Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 


f 


80 
878 


Confirmed 


300 


Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 


7,169 
809 


Sunday School Scholars 


3,010 


Parish School Teachers 




Parish School Scholars 




Contributions 


$116,841 







The 67th Annual Council will meet In the Church of the Nativity, Huntsvllle. June 7. 



»% For Poflt-Offlce Address of the Clergy, see Clergy List. 

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TH£2 OIjEROY. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH, S. PAUL {com. 2(J), SPRING HILL, MOBILE CO. 

Bishop CoacUulor.— The Rr. Rev. Henry Melville Jacknon, D.D. 

Blshqp^s JSxaffdning Chaplains.— TUe Rev. IJIchard H. Cobbn, D.D., the Rev. William Dndlcy 
Powers, D.D., the Rev. Robert W. Barnwell, and the Rev. Thomaa J. Beard, D.D. " 

/>c«nw.— Convocation of Mobile : The Rev. Gardiner C. Tucker : Convocation of Monlgomeiy: 
The Itev. Willijim Dudley Power»», D.D.; Convocation of Selnia: The R<v. Richai-d H. Cobbn, D.D. ; 
Convocation of Birmingham : The Rev. Thomaa J. Beard, D.D.; Convocation of Huntitville : The 
Rev. John Munroe Banister, D.D. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CnUBCHKS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



CLKUGY, 



Alabama City 

Anniston (10th St.andLeigh- ( 

ton Ave.) . . f 
'* (Cobb St. between / 

17th & 18th Sts.)f 



Grace. 



80. 



Athens 

Attalia 

Auburn 

Avoiidalc 

Bessemer 

Blrminghani (6th &'N.26th*St.) 
li 

(iVth South and V 
12th Ave.).... f 



Bollgce 

Bon Secour. 
Bridgeport . 
Brlerfield... 

Camden 

Carlo wvi lie. 
Citronelle . . . 

Clayton 

Columbia . . . 

Decai ur 

Demopolls.. 

Dotham 

Eufaula. 

Eutaw 

Evergreen... 
Faunsdale... 

Florence 

Forkland . . . , 
Fort Payne. . 

Gadsden 



Gallion ; 

Greensboro 

Greensville 

Haynevlllc 

Huntsville 

Jacksonville 

Livinjrston 

Lowndesboro' 

Madison 

Marion 

Martin's Station 

Mobile (Emmanuel and ( 

Church Sts.) \ 

" (State and Warren ( 

Sts.) \ 

" (Dearborn and Mon- 1 

roe Sts.) f 

" (St. Anthony and i 

Jnckson Sts.) . . . . f 

Montevallo 

Montgomery 



S. Michael and All Angels. . . 107. . . 

S. Paul's Chapel 

S. Timothy 81 . . . 



Holy Innocents 21 . 

Christ 33. 

Trinity 28. 

Advent 580. 

S.Mark 59. 

S.Mary 266. 

S.Mark 19 

S.Peter 67. 

Christ 17. 

17. 

S. Mary 45. 

S.Paul 71. 

17. 

Grace 18. 

1. 

S. Paul 27. 

Trinity 161. 

S. James*.'.'.'.".'.*.*.*.'." ......... IM. 

S.Stephen 72., 

S.Mary 40. 

S.Michael (W 

Trinity 104., 

S.John 24. 

S. Luke 4., 

Holy Comforter 09., 

S.Andrew 14., 

S. Paul 1J14 . 

S. Thomas H4 . 

S.Andrew 29., 

Nativity 287.. 

S. Luke 70., 

S.James 16.. 

S. Paul 15. 

n. 



J. P. Goldman. 
Joseph F. John. 

Jesse Burton Hanison. 

Erastus W. Spalding, D.D. 

J. F. Goldman. 

I Richard Cullen Jeter. 

[ Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 

iJohn G. Murray. 
James A. Van Hoose. 

Owen P. FItzsimmona. 

WilUam H. Mitchell. 



James F. Smith. 
Tullius C. Tupper, D.D. 
Mortimer G. Casi»oll. 



S.Wilfrid m. 

S.Luke 14. 

ChriKt 479. 

Good Shephenl 101 . 

S. John 856. 

Trinity .524. 

21. 



Annunciation. 



- Junes O. Adams. 



John A. Harrison, D.D. 
J. J. D. Hall. 
Innes O. Adams. 
William H. Mitchell. 
GeoT]ge R. Upton. 
William Augustus Stickney. 
Henry Kingnam. 
William H. Mitchell. 
J. F. Goldman. 

j James F. Smith. 

< J. P. Goldman. 

[ Richard H. Cobbs, D.D. 

[• George R. Upton. 

John Munroe B»mister, D.D. 
W. Lawton Mellichampe. 

George R. Upton. 

Bertram E. Brown. 



Joseph L. Tucker, D.D. 

Jnmes J. N. Thompson. 

Gardiner C. Tucker. 

Douglas C. Peabody. 
James F. Smith. 
William P. Loveless. 

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ricBI8HB9 AND MISSIONS. 


CHrncHcs and 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBROY. 


Montgomery 

Moant Melf]^ ... 


Holy Comforter. 
S. John 


288.... 

bl5.... 

3W 


Stewart McQueen. 

William Dudley Powers; D.D. 

liichard Cnlleii Jeter. 


Mount Plea!<ant, Cedar Ilill... 




i>5 


Tulllus C. Tupper, D.D. 
Erastus W. Spalding, D.D. 
Richard Cnllen Jeter. 


New Decatur 

Opeltka 


S. John 

Emmaunel 


. .100.... 

81 ... 

15 -. 


Orrvilie 


Mortimer G. Cafsell. 


Oxford 


11 ,. 




07.ark 




J. J. D. Hail. 


Perdue Hill 


JU) 


Tullins C. IMpper, D.D. 
[ James P. Smith. 


Piedmont 

Prattville 


ChriHt ;. 

S.Mark 

S Luke 


1».... 

26.... 

28.... 

JMl.... 


Scottsboro* 


William F Loveless. 


Selma 


S. Paul 


Bobert W. Barnwell. 


Sheffield 


Grace 


Henry Kingham. 
Mortimer 6. Cassell. 


Stanton 


3.... 


SvlacHtisa 


8 .. 




%iindega........... .:.:.:. 

Tilden 


S.Peter 

Grace 

Grace 

S.Mark 

S.John 

Christ 

S. Peter 

Trinity 

Holy Cross 


112.... 

19... 

24... 

47.... 

47.... 

191.... 

15.... 

87.... 

44.... 


W. Lawton Melllchampe. 
Mortimer G. Cassell. 


Trinity Station 




Troy 


J. J. D. Hall. 


Toscnmbia 


Henry Kingham. 
\ WaUer cTalbome Whitaker. 
) John James Harris. 
Mortimer G. Cassell. 


Tuskaioosa. ... 

Tyler 


Union Springs 

Unlontown 


J. J. D. Hail. 
Bertram £. BroiK'n. 


Whistler 

Woodlawn 


8. Panl 

Grace 


52... 

8«.... 


Thomas J. Beard, D.D. 



NOX-PAROCHIAL. 



Benedict, J. Melville, Utlca, N. Y. 
Berne, Joseph L., Mobile. 



Hoke, Daniel F.. San Antonio, Tex. 
Wager, Peter, Lichen, Shelby Co., Tenn. 



ALASKA. 

MISSIONARY .TURISDICnON. 

Population (1800), 80,329. Area, 570,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Peter Trimble Rows, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1395.) ReHdence^ Sitka, 
Alaska. 

Secretary.— 

Treantrer.— 

Registrar.— 

Standing Committee.— 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 



Christ Chxtrch School^ Anvik. 
Bertha Sabine. 



-A boarding and day school for Indian children. Teacher^ Miss 



S. James* Seknol. Fort Adams.— K boading and day school for Indian children. Chaplain^ the 
Rev. Jnles L. Prevost. 

Point Hope School.— A. school for Esquimaux children. Teacher, John B. Drlggs, M.D. 

Note.— Hospital work is carried on at Anvik, Fort Adams, and Point Hope. 

Woman^s A'fXUian/. Diocesan Branch.— \Ors^n\zed April. 1894.1 Pres., Mrs. John W. Chap- 
man, Anrik. Sec., Miss Bertha W. Sabine, Anvik. Trea^., Mrs. P. T. Rowc. 



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STATISTICS. 



1896. 



Clergy 

Priesu Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Orgauized Mi8^ions . . . 
Unorganised Missions. . . 

Baptisms 

Conflrmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers, 
Sunt lav School Scholars. 
Contributions 



19 



The Annual Convocation will meet at the call of the Bishop. 

THB OLBRGlr. 

Thb Bishop. 



Anvilc 

Chageluk . . . . 

Circle City... 

Fort Adams.. 
Port Yukon . 

Juneau 

Nowikakat . 
Point Hope . 



CUDRCUES AND COMMUNICANtS. 



Christ 10. 



Heavenly iiest 6. 

Good Shepherd 

Our Saviour 3. 

S.Stephen 5. 

Trinity 25. 



j- John Wight Chapman. 



Jules L. Prevoet.* 

Henry Beer. 
Jules L. Prevost.* 



Note.— Along the 900 miles of the Tanana River are 18 Iiidian villages with a population of 717: 
of these 500 are baptized. 

From Nowikakat to the l>oundary on the Yukon and Koyukuk rivers the population is esti- 
mated at 1,096, and the number of the baptized at 846. 

* Address : Care of Alaska Commercial Company, l>ox 2329, San Francisco, Cal. 



DIOCESE OF ALBANT. (A.D. 1868.) 

Limits.— 7%^ counties of Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Delaware, Essex, Franklin^ Fulton, 
Oreene, Handlton, ITerkimer, MorUgoniery, Otse^fo, Rensselaer, Saratoga^ Schenectady, Schoharie, 
St. Jjawrenee, Warren, and Washington, in the State of New York. 

Population (1890), 989,789. Area, 20,888 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. William Croswbll Doanb, D.D., LL.D,, Bishop. (1869.) Residence, 29 Elk 
Street, Albany, N. Y. 

Se^^retary qf Convention.— The Rev. William Curtis Prout, Herkimer, N. Y. 

Treasurer.— Qen. Selden E. Marvin, Albany, N. Y. 

Registrar.— The. Ven. Frederick Schroeder Sill, D.D., Cohoes, N. Y. 

Sfandimf Cmnmit lee. —Clerical, th« Very Rev. Wllford Lash Robbins, D.D., I*res.; the Rev. 
Fenwick Mitford Cookson, Sfc: the Rev. James Caird, the Rev. Edgar A. Enon, D.D. Lay, 
Norman B. Squires, John L Thompson, John U. Van Antwerp, Robert C. Pmyn. 

OHX7ROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Church Periodical Club.— Diocesan Correspondent, Miss Mary F. Burt, Rensselaenrille. 

Girls* Friendly Society in J w^ra.— [Diocesan branches, 10.] Pres., Mrs. A. J. Weise, 78 
Third St., Troy. Sec, Mrs. C. W. I'almer, 51 Seventh St., Troy. 

ITome qf ths Oootl Sh' nherd. Sarafan Stninns.- \\i\cor. 1869.] Vittitor.lhG Bishop. ChapUAn, 
the Ven. Joseph Car^y, D.I). s*<\, Mr. William B. French. Treas., Miss Caroline M. Searing. 

Orphan House of th IT)lv S'lviour, Cntnterstnivn, \. 1'.— The Bishop. fV*"*.,' Leslie Pell-Clarke, 
Treas. ; Richmond Shrove. D.D., Sec. Vnder the care of the Sisterhood of the Holy Child Jesus. 

S. Agnes' Sclinol for f.'hlt, Alt»fini/, N. V.— Rector, the Bishop. Head qf the Hduse,S\Btet 
Helen, lleadqf Itie School, m^n K. W. Boyd. 

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S. Faith's ScAoolfor Oirh, Saratoga.— Principal, Miss Shackelford. Chaplain^ the Rev. John 
W. Shackelford, D.D. 

S. MargareVf House, Albany.'^For the care of infants. Under the charge of the Sisterhood of 
the Holy Child Jesus. Treas., Bdward Bowditch. 

The BibUand Common Praver- Book Society of Albany and its VicinUy.^[lncoT. 1880. J Pres., 
the Bishop. Treas.y H. B. Daiichy, Troy. Cor. Sec^ the Kev. Henry Kaymond Freeman. 

The Child's Hospital, .l/Aa«y.— For children saffering with chronic and other diseases. Con- 
taining ninety beds. Under the care of the Diocesan Sisterhood. Bdward Bowditch, Albany, Treas. 

The Church Home, TVvy.— For the support or relief of the aged,the sick, the infirm, and destitntc. 
Pres. (^ Board of Trustees, Norman B. Squires. 

The Hoosac School for Boys, Hoosac.— Master, the Rev. Edward Dudley Tlbbits. 

The S. Christina Home, 5ara/o<7a.— Summer home for the children of the Child's Hospital ; 
winter school for senants under the charge of the Sisterhood of the Holy Child Jesus. 

The Sisterhood of the Holy Child Jesus, Albany.— VnAex the direction of the Bishop. At work 
In S. Agnes' Schwol, ihe Cathedral, S. Peter's Parish, Albany, and 8. Paul's Parish, Trov; in charge 
of The Child's Hospital and S. Margaret's House for Infants, Albany ; S. Christina Home, Sara- 
toga Springs, and the Orphan House of the Holy Saviour, Coopcrstown. 

WomcuCs Auxiliary, Diocesan firancft.— [Organized April, 1888.] Annual meeting : First Wed- 
nesday in May ; place fixed by Executive Board. Semi-annual in October. iVej»., Mrs. F. J. H. 
Merrill, Albany. Cor. Sec., Miss Alice Lacy, 74 Chapel St., Albany. TYeas., Mrs. C. W. Pahner, 51 
Seventh St., Troy. 

Diocesan Paper.— ** The Diocese of Albany." Editor, the Rev. J. N. Marvin, 299 Madison 
Avenue, Albany. 



STATISTICS. 



1895. 


1896.* 


136 


187 


8 


6 


169 


164 


161 


162 


49 


57 


1,865 


1,786 


1,610 


1,022 


31,086 


21,100 


1,288 


1,290 


10,689 


10,924 


6 




45 




$877,054 


$818,759 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unoivunized Parishes and Missions . 

Bapt&ms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 



The SOth Annual Convention will meet November 15, 1898. 

* The Convention not meeting; till after the Almanac goes to press, the statistics of the two 
former years are given for the t»ake of comparison. 



THB OIjERGT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (com. 718), ALBANY (Elk and 8. Swan Streets). 
The Cathbdral Chaptkr, 
Thk Bishop. 
Z^n.— The Very Rev. Wilford Lash Robbins, D.D. 
Precentor.—The Rev. Canon Fnlcher. 

Canons.— The Rev. Edgar Teflt Chapman, the Rev. Thomas Benjamin Fulcher. 
Treamrer.— The Rev. Canon Chapman. 
Hon. Canons.— The Rev. Frederick Morland Gray, the Rev. Edward Dudley Tlbbits. 

Archdeacons.— Albany: The Ven. Frederick Schroeder Sill, D.D.; Troy : The Ven. Joseph 
Carey, D.D., LL.D.; Susquehanna : The Ven. Robert Nathan Parke, D.D.; Ogdensburgh : 

Bishop's Examinina C/inplains.— The Ven. Joseph Carey, D.D., the Ven. Reynold Manin 
Klrby, the Rev. Canon Fulcher. the Kev. Edgar A. Enos, D.D., the Very Rev. Wilford L. Robblus, 
D.D.. the R»'v. George Galen Carter, D.D., the Rev. J. Philip B. Pendleton. D.D., the Rev. Eaton 
W. Maxcy, D.D., the Rev. Frederick Moriand Gray, the Rev. George D. Silllman, D.D., the Rev. 
Charles M. Nicken»on, D.D., the Rev. George H. Steriing, the Rev. Edward Tlbbits. 

Dtocemn Miitsionary.— The Rev. John Nchcmlah Marvin, Albany. r^ ^^r^^A^^ 

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PABISHBS AND XISeiONB. 



Albany (Robin Rt.aud Clin- 1 
ton Ave.) ( 

" (N. Pearl and Colo- (^ 
nie SU.) ) 

" (Lancaster, above S. I 
Hawk St.) f 

** (State and Lod^e Sts.) 



CHUBCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Grace. 



.575. 



Ami^terdam 

Ashland 

Alliens 

Aiisnhle B'orks 

B«llaton Spa 

BarionvUle 

Bloomingdale 

Bolton-on-Lake-GrCorge . 

Bnyntonville 

Bnishton 

Burnt Hills 

Cairo 

Cambridge 

Canajohaiie 

Canton 

Castleton 

Catskill 

Champlain 

Chiflton 

Chaieaugay 

Chatham 

Chazy 

Cherry Valley 

Chestertown 

Claverack 

Clermont , 

Cohoee 

Colton 

Coiiklingvillc 

Coopcrstown 

Copake Iron Works . . . , 

C(»Y«nrk]e 

C 



Delhi 

Deposit 

Dolffcville 

Doanesburgh 

Kn«t Albany (Bath). 

Ea»t Line 

Elizabeth town 

Eilcnhnreh 

Rllcnburgh Centre.. 

Essex , 

Fairfield 

Flcischmanirs 

Fine 

Fonda 

Fort Covinstou 

Fort Edward 

Fort, Plain 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Gilbertsville 

Glen's Falls 

Glovers ville 

Gonyemenr 

Granrille 

Green Island 

Greenbnsh 

Greenville 

Greenwich 

Uarrlsena 



Holy Innocents 180... 

8. Paul 834... 

S.Peter 848... 

Trinity 245... 

S.Ann 415... 

Trinity 85 .. 

Trinity 54... 

S. James 69. . . 

Christ 280... 

S. Panl 28... 

The Redeemer 12... 

S. Sacrament. 77. . . 

The Holy Name 22 .. 

S. Peter 35... 

Calvary 75. . . 

Calvary 68 .. 

S. Luke 60... 

Good Shepherd 40. . . 

Grace 129... 

S. Giles 20... 

S.Luke 402... 

S.John 49... 

S. Paul 33... 

S.John 

8. Luke 46... 

S.Luke 

Grace 109. . . 

Good Shepherd 34... 

Trinity 49... 

S. Lnke IS... 

S.John 564... 

ZIon 78... 

S.John 38... 

Christ 286... 

8. John. in the Wilderness . II... 

Christ 68... 

Good Shepherd 21... 

S.John 184... 

Christ 92 .. 

S.John 84... 

Christ 100... 

Epiphany 162 



Splpl 
>.Jo 



S. John . 



21. 



Good Shepherd 4., 

S.Peter 28. 

S.Paul 19. 

S.John 92. 

Trinity 18. 

Emmanuel 13. 

Ascension 19., 

Zion 29. 

. Paul 27.. 

S. James 91 . , 

Holy Cross.. 39.. 

S. Albaix 42.. 

S.Paul 75. 

Christ 40., 

Messiah 452 . 

Christ 220 , 

Trinity 86.. 

Trinity 83.. 

S.Mark 171.. 

Messiah 1-27., 

Christ 35., 

8. Paul 33. 

S. Paul 



George Dent SilUman, D.D. 

Adrian B. B. Hegeman. 

) Freeborn G. Jewett, Jr. 
] Ralph Birdsall. 
\ Walton W. Battershall, D.D. 
) Paul H. Birdsall. 
Frederick St. George McLean. 
Edward Tourtellot Carroll. 

. 1 William A. Masker, Jr. 
. [Alexander Augustus Calma. 
. Charles Pelletreau, L.H.D. 
. Charles Brassington Me*». 
WillettNicholl Hawkins. 

Charles L. Sleight. 
Alfi^ L. Fortft. 
William Henrv Lord. 
Samuel Dies van Loan. 
Frederick H. T. Hor^fleld. 
John G. Newsom. 
Robert Wyndham Brown. 
James O. Drurom. 
Elmer Pliny Miller. 
William Henry Ames Hall. 
William Henry Lord. 

Francis C. Walnwright. 
Joseph W. Mcll value 
James Earl Hall. 
Charles Brassington Mee. 
George Galen Carter, D.D. 
Charles Trask Lewis. 
Frederick Schroeder Sill, D.D. 
George Meriwether Irish. 
Clement Jonathan Whipple. 
Richmond Shreve, D.D. 
William Benjamin Reynolds. 
Thomas H. R. Luncy. 
Charies 8. Davidson. 
Arthur Brown Livermore. 
Scott Bogie Rathbnn. 
Charies E. 8. Hasay. 
Edward W. Flower. 
Thomas White. 
John Samuel Warren. 

^ Silas M. Rogers. 

Uobart Bingham Whitney. 
Clarence Mortimer Conant. 

Harry Elmer Gilchrist. 
Edmund Norman Curry. 
W. J. Hamilton. 
Robert Scott. 
John G. Newsom. 

Alexander H. Grant, Jr. 

George J. D. Peters. 

Fen wick Mi t ford Cookson. 

James Alexander Dickson 

Joseph T. Zom. 

R.J.Adler. 

William F. Bielby. 

Theodore A. Snyder. 

E. Jay Cooke.. rl^ 

Fcnwick Mltford CooMfen. 



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FARISHBS Aim MISSIONS. 



Herkimer 

Hobart 

Ilogansbai^h . 

Hoosac 



CHU|U:SE8 AND COXXUNICAMT8. 



ChrUt 300. 

8. Peter 103 . 

S.James 85., 

All Salute 148. 



Hoosick Falls. 
Hadson , 



S. Mark. 



.818. 



Christ 405. 

All Saints 97. 

Illon 8. Augustine 18S., 

S. Jonn 837.. 



Johusiown. . 



Jonesville (iraoe. 

Keeaeville 'S. Paul... 

Kinderhook. S. Paul . . . 

Lake Qeonre (Caldwell) S. James. 

Lake Placid S.Eustace. 



88. 

. 46. 

.!14. 

. 6J 

6. 



Lawrenceviile 

Lebanon Springs 

Lisbon 

UtUc Palls. 

Louisville Landing. 

Luzerne 

Lyon Mountain 

Madrid 

Malone 

Maple Grove 

Massena 

Mechanic ville 

Menand*s Station . . . 

Middleville 

Milton Centre 

MineVille 

Mohawk 

Morley 

Morris 

Morristown 

Norfolk 

North Granville 

Norwood 

OakHUl 

0gden8bnn;h 

Oneonta. 

Otego 

PalenvUle 

PanlSmitirs 

Philmont 

Platteburgh 



Port Henrv 

Portlandville .^ 

Potsdam .' 

Pottcrsville 

PratUvllle 

Racquette Lake 

Raymertowii 

Rensselaervllle. . 

Richfleld (Monticcllo) 

Richfield Springs 

Round Lake 

Ronse^s Point 

Sabbath-day Point, Lake i 

George f 

St. Johnsville 

Salem 

Sandy Hill 

Santa Clara 

Saranac Lake 

Saratoga Springs 

Schaghticoke 



Trinity 886. 

S.Thomas 21., 

Our Saviour 82., 

S.Luke 18. 

Emmanuel 179 . . 

Grace 89., 

S.Mary 48., 

S.Matthew 

S.PhUip 

S.Mark 127.. 

8. Stephen 10.. 

S.John 97.. 

S.Luke 1(M.. 

8. Margiiret 69., 

Of the Memorial 51.. 

S. Luke , 

Emmanuel II., 

Grace 73.. 

Trinity 60., 

Zion 378.. 

Christ 74.. 

Grace 39 . 

16. 

S. Philip 48.. 

S.Paul 84.. 

S.John 657 , 

S. James 253.. 

Immanuel 43. . 

Gloria Dei 37.. 

8. John in the Wilderness. . . 3 . 

S.Mark 70.. 

Trinity 273.. 

Christ 5i.. 

8. John 6., 

Trinity 3.')6. , 

Christ 13 , 

Grace 13., 

The Good Shepherd 

S.Paul 32. 

Trinity 40. 

8. Luke 13., 

8. John 189. 

All Saints 30. 

Christ 130. 



William Curtis Prout. » 
Benjamin T. Trego. 
W. J. HamUton7 
j Edward Dudley Tibbitb. 
1 John B. Tibbits. 
William Cunningham Rodgers. 
j Sheldon Munson Griswold. 
( Albert Ernest Heard. 
George Galen Carter, D.D. 
William Mason Cook. 
Calbraith Bourne Perry, D.D. 
John Samuel Warren. 

James Wesseil Smith. 
Edwin Rnthven Armstrong. 
Walter Haskins Larom. 
Cliarles Metcalf Nlckerson, D.D. 
Alfred L. Foriin. 
Wilberforce Wells. 
Angus C. McDonald. 
Charles E. S. Rasay. 
Charles EllioU Mackenzie. 
Clement Jonathan Whipple. 



William P. R. Lewis. 
George J. D. Peters. 
Charles Elliott Mackenzie. 
Benjamin T. Hall. 
Edgar Tefft Chapman. 
Clarence Mortimer Conant. 

Henry Piatt Seymour. 
George Harvev Trickett. 
Robert Wyndbam Brown. 
George Henry Steriing. 
Joseph Hypkin Brown. 
iW^illlam Wallace Lockwood. 
Joseph T. Zom. 
William Wallace Lockwood. 
Theodore A. Snyder. 

) Edgar Lewis San ford. 

I Louis Isaac Belden. 
John Evans Bold. 
Alexander H. Grant, Jr. 
William White Hance. 
Walter Ha>«kint« Larom. 
Clement Theophiius Blanchet. 
Hobart Cook<». 
Henry Piatt Seymour. 
Jdhn Evans Bold. 
Reynold Msrvin Kliby. D.D. 
Charies Herbert Shuti. 



..I 

. . IWilHam BrownSerman. 
. I Charies L. Sleight. 
. . 8. C. Thompson. 

• • I [ Scott Melville Cooke. 

. . John Samuel Warren. 
William Henry Ames Hall. 



Grace 35. 

S. Colnmba 6. 

a. Paul 13%. 

Zion 153. 

8., 

S.LnkethcBelVd I'hyslcian.lSO. , 

Bethesda 8». 

Trinity 54., 



Harris Cox Rush. 
Engene Ledentu Toy. 

Walter Haskins Larom. 
Joseph Carey. D.D., LL.D. 
Joseph Firth Jowitt. 

. _ oogle 



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ALBANY. 



[1898. 



PARISHES AND MISSIOMS. 



Schenectady. . 



SchenevQs 

Schroon Lake 

Schuylerville 

Sharon Springs 

Sidney 

Springfield Centre 

(East) 

Stamford 

Stillwater 

Stockport 

Stottville 

Tannersville 

Ticonderoga 

Troy (Congret's St.. near J 

Pawling Ave.) f 

" (5th Ave., bet. Fed- 1 

eral and Jacob) . . . ( 

** (fith St., opp. Grand) . 

" (6th Ave., near Mid- i 

dieburgh) \ 

" (l8t St., cor. Liberty) . . 

** (Junction of let and i 

4th Sts.) ) 

" (8d St., cor. State) 

Tiipper Lake 

TwififfhtPark 

Unadnia 

Vermontville 

Waddlngton 

Walton 

Warrensburgh 

Waterford.... 



CHUUCHK8 AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



S . (3eorge 536 . 

Christ 234. 

The Holy Spirit 21. 

S.Andrew 44. 

.Stephen 91., 

Trinity 96. 

S.Paul 80. 

S. Mary 85. 

8. Pan! 48. 

Grace 29. 

S.John 85. 

S. John the Evangelist 126. 

S.Bamabas 240. 

S. John the Evangelist 15. 

The Cross 124. 

Ascension 244. . 

Christ 278. 

Holy Cross 902., 

8. Barnabas 222. , 

S.John 459., 

S. Luke 182.. 

S.Paul 768.. 



J. Philip B. Pendleton, D.D. 
Pierre McDowell Bleecker. 

Charles Herbert Shuit. 
E. Jay Cooke. 
Walter U. B. Allen. 
Ernest Melville. 



Watervliet (West Troy). . . 

West Baniror 

Wert Bnrilu'rton 

Wontford 

Whitehall 

Worcester 



All Angels 

S. Matihew 150. . 

S.Paiil 

S. Paul 02.. 

Christ 164.. 

Holy Cross 111.. 

Grace 200.. 

S.Andrew 45 . 

Trinity 2M.. 

S. Mark fl . 

Christ 28.. 

iS. Timothy 8.. 

iTrlnity 193. 

|SS. Simon and Jude 11.. 



I John Prout. 



Olin Hallock. 
Joseph Firth Jowltt. 
Charles H. Hatheway. 
W. Brown-Serman. 
Willian^ White Hance. 
Alonzo Cufhman Stewart. 

James Caird. 

Eaton W. Maxcy, D.D. 
William Francis Parsons. 
Edward W. Babcock. 

George A. Holbrook. 

Henry Raymond Freeman. 

William Brevoort Bolmer. 

j Edgnr A. Enos, D.D. 
t James Alnutt Smith. 
Leigh C. Morgan. 

Robert Nathan Parke, D.D. 
Willctt NIcholl Hawkins. 
Angus C. Macdonald. 
Charles Temple. 
Hamilton Cady. 
John Mills GllWrt. 
Tames O. Dmmm. 
E. Bayard Smith. 
Alfred L. Forlln. 
Thoma** Boone. 
Jame^ Earl Hall. 
John Leach Porter. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Oagp. Chanes E., Port Henry, N. Y. 
Davidson, George Mason, New York, N. Y. 
Dver Henry Comelins. 
Fenwick, Georee H.. New York, N. Y. 
Fi her, Frederick Shubael, Deposit, N. Y. 

Gray. Frederick Morland, Hon. Canon, Chap- 
fiin *^. ^enes' School, Albanv. 

Harison, William Henry. D.D., Ogdensbnrgh, 
N. Y. 

Hawkesworth, Alan Spencer, New York, 
N. Y. . 

Lord, William W., D.D., Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Lowndes. Arthur, D.D., New York, N. Y. 

Mo- rhouse. ;^rth^r Bannard. Raranac Lfike. 

Mulford, Joseph N., Lake Worth, Florida. 



Newell, Oliver Shaw, Carate, New York, 
N. Y. 

Nicholls. George H.,D.D., Rector Emeritus, 
Hoosac Falls, N. Y. 

Potter, Eliphalet Nott, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D., 
D.C.L.,Ir%'ingion, N. Y. 

Reese, J. Livingston, D.D., Park Avenue 
Hotel, New York. 

Richardson. Tx*onard Woods, LL.D.. Prof. 
Normal College. Albany, N. Y. 

Smvth. Henry Mason. Glovcrsvllle. N. Y. 

TIbbIt-, John Knox, ConconI, N. H. 

Tompkins, Edward S. de G., Kinderhook, 
N. Y. 

Wilson, Mo«es E., Clermont, N. Y. 

Woodman, Russell. 



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ABIZONA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Population (1890), 69,691. Area, 113,900 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rbv. John IAuajb Kendsick, D.D., Mlbsiouary Bishop. (1889.) ReiUUnce^ Phcenlx, 
Arizona. 

Secretary.— ThB Rev. Barr Gilford Lee, Williams. 

Treasurer.— 3, George Hilzinger, Tucson. 

ChanceUor.—T\iQ Hon. John J. Hawkins. 

Standing OommiUee— Clerical, the Rev. Vhvinias O. (See, Pres.; the Bey. Henry Alfred Brown. 
Lay, Hon. John J. Hawkins, John F. Blandy, Sec.^ Prescott. 



OHUROH iNSTrrnnoN. 

WomarCt Auxiliary^ Diocesan Branch.— [Organized 1889.] Sec.y Mrs. V. O. Gee, Tucson. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^'^ The New Mexico and Arizona Quarterly.'' Editor, the Bishop. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices. 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions . 

Baptums 

Conflnned 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 




The 6th Annual Convocation will be held in Trinity Church, Phoenix, on April 88, at 10 a. u. 



THB OliERGT. 

Thb Bishop. 
Biehop^s Examining CTutplains.— The Rev, Virginius O. Qee and the Rev. Henry Alfred Brown. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Bisbee 


S. John 


65.... 

18 ... 




Flagstaff 


Barr Glfford Lee. 


Fon Apache 


16 


Charles Caleb Pierce. U. S. A.* 


Port Hnuchuca 




Walter Marvin, U. S. A. 


Peoria 


S. James . ... 


ij- 


[ Edwin A. Penick. 


Phoenix 


Trinity 

Advent 

S.Paul 

Grace 


119 ... 

45.... 

8.... 

65.... 

19... 


Prescott 


Henry Alfred Brown. 


Tombstone 


Tucson 


Virginius O. Gee. 


Williams 


Barr Gifford Lee. 


Winaiow 


7.... 


Joseph Manuel. 







* Officiating by license. 
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DIOCESE OF AEKANSAS. (A.D. 1871.) 

Pupil lution (1890), l,l:iS,171*. Arua, 52,198 sq. m. 

Thk Rt. Rev, Henbtt Niles Pibuck, D.D., LL.D., Biahop. (1870.) Residence, 17uO Centir 
St., Liitle Rock. 

Secretary of CoimcU.—J. M. Daggot t , Maiianna. 

Treamrer.—V. K. RootB, 815 Rock St., Little Rock. ' 

Ri.'ghtrar.—\vi\i\\v F. Aduniy, 2403 Loiibiuna St., Little Rock. 
C?t an cdiOT. —The Hon. WUHani G. Whipple, 415 Scott St., Little Rock. 

Sfanding Cammiftee.-'Cleriral, the Rev. Clmrles IL Loekwood, /Vc,x, ; the Rev DoaHa«s 
L Hobbs, Sec; tlie Rev. Jolm Gutis. Lay, P. K. RootH, W. Fiiltou Wright. ° 

CHURCH INSTITUTION. 



Woman^s Auxiliary^ IHocemn Branch.- 
Helena. SfC.y Mrs. John Gasu, Little Rock. 



[Rcorpanizcd 1895.] 7*r«., Mrs. Jerome B. Pillow, 
Treufi., Mr*. P. K, Roots, Little Rock. 



KTATISTlCf*. 



Cierery 

Priests Ordained ., 

Clmrcli Kdiflces 

Organized Parit«lie8 and MUfioni* .. 
UiHiiganized Pariehes and Misniuns 

Bnptif'ma 

Coil Armed 

Cominunlctuit« 

Sunday Scho<il T<'achers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 


18S7. 


16 


IS 




1 


y3 


23 


27 


27 


5 


5 


165 


192 


804 


196 


2,500 


2,218 


\^i 


169 


1,234 


l,Sa3 


$28,278 


$24,539 



The 25tli Annual Council will be lield in Trinity Church, Pine Biuff, on May 4. 

THE CLERGT. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL {com. 105), LITTLE ROCK. 

TnE Bishop. 

/)<?««.— The Very Rev. Doujjlaps I. Ilobbs. 

Dean^ of Vonvocatmtl.—\li.^mm : The Rev. CharlcB 11. Lockwood ; LittJe Rock : Tbe Rev. John 
Gass' Fort Smith: The Rev, James J. Vaulx. 



PARl^UES ANU MISSIONS. 



CHtrnCITEB AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Batesville S. Paul. 

Brinkley S. Lnko. 

Camden ., 

Center Point , 

Dardauelle 

Enreka Springs , 

Fayetteville 

Forrest City 

Fort Smith...,. 

Helena 

Hope _ 

Hot SprinjTfl S. Ltik 

Jonesboro' S. Murk 



90 
30.... 



James W, Keeble. 

Kd. John Penke Bell Williiims. 



S. John 48. . . . Daniel B. RjintFay. 



Lake Village., 
Little Rock. 



3.... 

S.Pnitl 

8 James 40 ... . 

S. Paul 195.... 

Go(k1 Shcplit-rd 38.... 

S. John 2.^*i.... 

S.John 284.... 

Mark 31... 

I5rt..-. 
23.... 



, LI..D. 



A. Wallace Pierce. 

Richird S. James, D.D., 

Janie^ J. Vaulx. 

James Noble. 

William T. Allen. 

Charlcp H. Lockwood. 

A. WallncH Pierce. 

William Cropf. 

Ed. John Peake Bell Williams. 



Emmanuel ,. .. 12 

Christ. 483....IJohn Gafii 

S.Philip ... 40....!l8aiahP. Daulejs^ 

70 , Digitized by 



Google 



1898.] 



ASHEVILLE. 



71 



PAIU8H£8 AND MISSIONS. 


OHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBROT. 


Mammoih Spring 

Mariaiina 


S. Andrew 

S. Andrew 

S. Agnes 


22.... 

51.... 

29.... 


James Noble 


Morrillton 




Naalivllle 


TlieRedeemer 


8.... 


A. Wallace Pierce. 


Newpoit 


S.Paul 

iioly Communion . . 

S.Mary 

Trinity 

S.James 

8. Mary 

Trinity 

Qrace 


or.... 

15.... 

.'.'.V.'.m.'.V. 
* "* 1.^!.*!! 


James W. Keeble. 


Para^ould 




PcQideton 




Pine Bluff 


George Gordon Smeade. 
} A. Wallace IMerce. 


Prescolt 


Rocky Comfort 


Van Buren 


GeoreeW. Flowers. 
A. Wallace Pierce. 


Washington 









NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Trimble, David L., Pine Bluff. 

ASHEVILLE. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Limits.— iltf that pari qf the State of North Carolina lying to the west of the eastern boundaries 
qf the counties 0/ JJleghanyt WUkeSy Alexander ^ Catawba, Lincoln, and Oaston. 

Population aSdO), 848,009. Area, 11,710 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of North Carolina in charge. Residence, Raleigh, N. C. 
Secretary of Convention.— Tiey. Thomas Cogdell Wetmore, Arden, N. C. 
7V«i*MW/-.— Thomas W. Patton. 
Historiographer,— ftev. Alfred H. Stubbs. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Jarvis Buxton, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. A. H. Stubbs. 
Lay, Thomas A. Jones, John H. Pearson. 



OHUROH INSTTTUTIONa 

Tiavenscroft Associate Mission and Training School.— Warden, the Rev. Alfred Hougui^n 

S. Agnes'" School for Girls, Franklin.— Principal, the Rev. John A. Deal. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch. — [Organized June, 1896.] Sec. , Miss P. L. Patton, Ashe- 
ville, N. C. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


22 

**48 
26 
80 

822 

203 

i,(m 

149 

1,805 

14 

482 

$13,500 


24 


Priests Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 

Organised Parishes and Missions 


50 
26 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


80 


Baptisms 


28i) 


Conflnned 

Communicants 

Snnday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholari* 


159 
1,604 

175 
1,495 


Parish .School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 


21 

435 

$17,773 







The 4th Annual Convention will meet on September 21, in All Soul's Church, Baltimore. 



72 



ASHEVILLE. 



[1898. 



THB OliERaT. 

ALL SOULS* CHURCH, BILTMORE. 
The Bishop in charp^c. 

D«ans of Convocations.— Waynesville : the Rev. John Archibald Deal ; Morganton: the Rev. 
Churchill Sattcrlce. 

Jils/ioi/\i Eramining Chaplains.— The Rev. Alfred H. Stubbs, the Rev. McNeely Du Boee, 
the Rev. Churchill Satterlee. 



PARUHBS AND 11IA8ION8. 



CUURCHSa Am) cokmunicants. 



A!>heville 



BakersvUle 

Beaver Creek 

Beaver Dam 

Blltmore 

Bowman's Bluff 

Brevard 

Brysoti City 

Buncombe County . 



Candler's , 

Chunn'8 Cove 

Cullowhee 

Flat Hock 

Franklin AfsociMte Mission 

Cashier's Va.li'-y , 

Franklin. 



Highlands , 

Nonah 

Henderson (County). 



Hender8onville 

Hickory 

Lenoir , 

Lincoln Associate Ml^fion : 

Gaston Co., High Shoals 

Lincoln County , . . '. 



Lincohxton.. 



Marion .... 
Micadule... 
Morganton. 



Murphy 

Ravenscroft Ak^oc. Mit^sion 

Acton 

Grace 

HawCicek 

Hot Springs. 

Lciceetor 

llockwootl 

Rut herf ordtown 

Saluda 

Slielby 

Sylva (Jackson County). .. . . 
TryonCity 



Watauga (Valle Cracls).. 

Waynesville 

Wilkesboro' 

Wilkes County 



8. Matthias 105. 

Trinity 316. 

Zion Church 15. 

38 



S.Titus 14. 

All Souls , 

Gethsemane 16., 

S. Philip 86. 

S. Stephen 4., 

Mt. Calvary 6.. 

S. Andrew 8. . 

S.Paul 8.. 

. Clement 12.. 

.Luke 11.. 

S.David 17.. 

S. John in Wilderness 80. . 

Good Shepherd 81.. 

S.Agnes 23.. 

S. Cyprian 15. . 

Incamaiion 21 . . 

S. John 17.. 

Calvary 67. . 

S.Paul 18.. 

S. James 89. . 

Ascension 69.. 

James 58.. 

S. John 82. . 

Our Saviour 10. . 

S. Paul 19.. 

S. Stephen 15. . 

S. Cyprian 84.. 

S.Luke 65.. 

S.John 18.. 

S.Mary 80.. 

Grace 107.. 

S.Stephen 81.. 

The Messiah 19. 

S.Paul 10.. 

Grace 40.. 

Trinity 10.. 

S.John 18.. 

8. Paul 10.. 

Redeemer 11.. 

S.John 18.. 

Transfiguration 7.. 

Redeemer 7.. 

4. 



Holy Cross 81... 



Henry Stephen McDuffey. 
McNeely Dn Bose. 

} Samuel Forbes Adam. 

( Milnor Jones. 

Rodney Rush Swope, D.D. 
Richard Wainwrigbt. 
Chalmers D. Chapman. 
Frederick W. Wey. 
Hardy Hardison Phelpe. 
McNeely Du Bose. 



McNeely Du Bose. 
Frederick W. Wey. 
Robeit W. Black. 

Chalmers D. Chapman. 

! John Archibald Deal. 
I James Thomas Kemiedy. 

Hardy Hardison Phelps. 

J- Thomas Cogdell Wetmore. 

John H. Griffith, Jr. 
Jarvis Buxton, D.D. 



William Robards Wetmore, 
D.D. 



Charles James Wingat«. 
Frederick W. Wey. 

Churchill Satteriee. 

Frederick W. Wey. 



Alfred Houghton Stnbbs. 
^ William Francis Rice. 



Charles James Wingate. 
Charles Ferris. 
Charles James Wingate. 
Frederick W. Wey. 



S.John I 72 

S.Luke r ^• 

Grace 85., 

S.Paul 82. 

6., 



Charles Ferris. 



i Samuel Forbes Adam. 
) Milnor Jones. 
Frederick W. Wey. 
James Stewart Matthews. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bell, George Hamilton, Bell, N. C. 
Bynum, William Shipp, Lincolnton. 



Morris, Tijomas Alexander, Skyland, N. C. 
Wainwrigbt, Richard Barber, Wilkesboro'. 



b' 



DIOCESE OF CALIFOBNIA. (A.D. 1850.) 

Limits.— ?%« coufUiea of the State of Calif omia lying south of the southern line qf the counties 
(tf Sonofna^ Napa, Solano^ Sacramento^ Amador, and El Dorado, except the counties qf Santa Bar- 
bara, Ventura, Lot Angeles, Riverside, Orange, San Bernardino, and San Diego. 

Population (1890), 672,288. Area, 57,956 sq. m. 

ThiRt. RiT. William Ford Nichols. D.D., Bishop, (1898.) (Assist. Bp.l890.) (>^<?«, Dioce- 
san lloase, 781 California Street, San Francisco. Residence, San Mateo. 

Secretary qf (Convention,— The Rev. Mardon Dewees Wilson, 781 California St., San Francisco. 

Registrar.— The Rev. 

Treasurer.— Yf. A. M. Van Bokkelen, 56 Nevada Block, Sau Francisco. 

Chancellor qf Diocese.— The Hon. John A. SUnly, Oakland, 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Robert Chester Foute, Pres.; the Rev. Hobart Chet- 
wood, Sec.; the Rev. Edward B. Spalding;, L.H.D., the Rev. Edgar Jacob Lion. Lay, A. N. Drown, 
George H. Mendell, W. B. Hooper, J. J. Valentine. 

OHI7ROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Girls^ Friendly Society in America.— Diocesan Associate for Commended Members, Walter 
B. Jones, 226 Eighth Ave., San Francisco. 

S. Katherine's School.— D&y school for young girls, S. Stephen's Parish, San Francisco. 

S. Luke's Hosnital, Valencia and 28/A Sts., San Francisco.— Pres., C. V. S. Gibbs ; Chaplain, 
the Rev. D. O. Kelley. 

S. Margaret's School {for Girls), San Mateo.— Rector, the Rev. George Wallace. 

S. Matthew's School {for Boys), San Mateo.— Rector, the Rev. Alfred Lee Brewer, D.D. 

Sisters of the Order of the Good Shepherd in the Diocese qf California, San Francisco.— 
Warden, the Rev. Edgar J. Lion. 

The Armitage Church Orphanage of San Francisco.— Pres., the Bishop; Supt., B. F. Lc Wame. 

The Church Divinity School of the Pacific, San Mateo.— (See Educational lustitutions, page 51.) 

The Diocesan ffouse.— 7^1 California St., San Fi-anclsco. 

The Eastman Educational Fund.— The Rev. H. Chetwood, Sec., 731 California St., San Fran- 
cisco. 

The Irving Institute {for Girls), 1036 Valencia St., San Francisco.— Rector, the Rev. Edward B. 
Church. 

The Maria Kip Orphanage {for Girls), &38 Folsom St., San Francisco.— Sister in Charge, Sister 
Anna. 

The Old Ladies' Home, Golden Gate Ave., near Masonic, San Francisco.— The Bishop, Pres. ex 
officio ; Sister i^ice. Sister in Charge. 

The Sheltering Arms, 579 Harrhon St., San Frandsoo.— Sister in Charge. Sister Julia. 

Trinity School, 8300 Washington St., Presidio Heights, San Francisco.— Rector, the Rev.E. B. 
Spalding, L.H.D.; Head Master, the Rev. George 8. Mead. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan /JrancA.— [Organized 1880.1 Annual meeting: day after Di- 
ocesan Convention. Pres.. Mn*. Jamei* Newlands, 2903 Clay St.. San Francisco. Sec, Mrs. A. M. 
Lawver, 2805 Washington St., San Francisco. Treas., Miss J. E. Hill, Berkeley. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^'^ The Pacific Churchman." The Rev. 


Hobart Chetwood 


, Editor. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


80 

8 

68 

62 

8 

962 

791 

8,408 

454 

4,870 

$139,624 


75 


I*rlesti« Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 


72 


Organized Parishei* and Missions 


65 


Unorganised Parishes and Missions. 


9 


Baptisms 


1,171 


C<»nflrmed 

Communicants 


853 
9,140 


Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 


498 
6,109 


Contributions 


$147,622 



The 48th Annual Convention will meet in Trinity Church, San Francisco, May 10. 

73 _„ ^. 



CALIFORNIA. 



[1898. 



T^ OXjERGT. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN {com. 168), SAN FRANCISCO 

(34U Second St.). 

The Bishop. 
Archdeacon,~The Ten. John A. Emcrj. 

Bhhop^tt Examining Vhaf^ai f is. —Tha Rev. Kdward B. Spaldine, L.H.D., the Rev. Edgar Jacob 
Lion, the Rev. John A. Emery, the Rev. James Otis LiucuJn, the Rev. Hobart ChetwootT 

SaperintetuieiU City Mi»mom. —Thvi Rev. Douglas O. Kelley, 304 Lombaid Si., San Francisco. 
Beamo/ Convocation.— San Frauci.«co : Tliu Rev. William Hall Mureland ; Sau Joaquin : Tlie 
Rev. William Lucaa ; San Jot>e : The Rev. Cjrus Olney Tiilotson. 



PAIUSUeS AND HIS^SIONS. 



Alameda 

Bakerstleld 

Berkeley . 

Wei^t 

Centre ville 

l>el Monte 

Fowler 

FreHiio 

Fresno Flats 

Gilroy 

Hanford 

Havwarda 

Hollister 

Jolon 

King City 

Lorfii 

Loi* Gatos 

Madera 

Martinez 

Mi-nloPark 

Merced 

Mill Valley 

M(Hlei^to 

Mokchiiiine Hill 

Monterey 

N I les 

Oakdale 

Oakland (12tli Ave. and E. 

imh St.) 

•* (9thandCyi»re88Stj*.) 
" (Grove ana 8th Sus.t 
" (Harrison and 14th f 

Strt.) t 

" Telegraph and i 
Caledonia Sts.>. ( 

Ocean View 

Drinda Park 

Pacitic Grove 

I*alo Alto 

Paso Robles 

Kedwmid 

Rows Valley 

Salinas.., 

SimArdo 

San Francisco (] 1 th St.. near ( 

Market) . .. f 

(California & 

Stockto 

Stg.) . 

" (Sonth) 

" (O'FarrellSt., ( 

n. Stockton) f 

" (Presidio) 

*' (Richmond)... 



"( 



CUDRCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ 630., 

S. Paul 155.. 

S. Mark. t>HO.. 

Good Shepherd !J4 . . 

S. James , . 46. , 

S. John 

8. Michael and All Angels .,22. 

S.James 178. 

Chrif*t 20.. 

Stephen 30 

The Saviour 58. 

Trinity 63. 

S. Luke.. 18. 

S. Luke.. i:j. 

S.Mark 5 

S. Matthew 25. 

S. Luke ....113. 

Trinity 64 

Grace 41., 

Trinity 2i. 

S. Luke 38. 

Onr Saviour 30. 

S. Paul 6.. 

S. Paul 13. 

S. James. 23.. 

Trinity 40., 

S. Matthias .... 

Advent 274., 

S.Andrew 138., 

S.John ...189., 

S. Paul.. .387., 



Trinity 114. 



S.James 5. 

S. Mary 50. 

All Saints.... 68. 

S. James 25. 

s. Peter 27. 

San Anselmo, 63. 

S. Paul 80. 

S. Matthew 

Advent 375. 



Grace 341. 

Grace 11 

S. Alban.. 129. 



S. Cornelius, 
S. James 



SO. 
3». 



Thomas James Lacey. 

George K. Swan. 

Thomas George Crnmp. 
Charles Stuart Fac ken t hall. 
Louis Chi Ids San ford. 
William Lucas. 
James Siiaimon McGowan. 
Frederick B. Adain.« Lewis. 
('arlo!i Siielton Linsley. 
Willianv Harvey Feu ton Smith. 
Frederick B. Atlanis Lewis. 

/C. Montgomery Hoge. 

Thomas L. Randolph.* 
George Nelson Deyo. 
Willie Ma^'ten Boiirs. 
Hamilton Lee. 
Edward Laml>e I'arsons. 
Willie Masten Bours. 
Henry Howitt. 
Honglas Ottiuger Kelley. 

Charles Stuart Fnckenthall. 
Thomas Geoi^e Crump. 

Victor Marshall Law. 

James Hulme. 
Floyd Jay Mynard. 

Robert Ritchie. 

John Bakewell, D.D. 

William Carson Shaw. 

Hamilton Lee. 

CharlcH Stimrt Fackenthall. 

Robert B. Peet.* 

C, Montgomery Hoge. 

GeoiTare Wallace. 

William Angus Hamilton.D C.L. 

C. Montgomery Hoge. 
(John A. Emery. 
1 Heury Babad Mongcs. 

Robert Chester Foute. 

George Wallace. 

IRobert Chester Fonte, 

, DouEfla'* O? linger Kelley. 
. .David Charles Gardner. 



• Offlciating under license. 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



1898.] 



CALIFORNIA. 



75 



PARISHBfl AND MI88IOH8. 



San FnnciBco (15th St., near { 
ValencU)..f 

(17th A Noel 
St8.) \ 

(FairOaksSt., 
betw.S5thA 
96th Sf8.) 



'( 



CHimCBK8 AKD COXHUNI0ANT8. 



761. 



S.John ^ 

Good Shepherd 

Holy Innocents 

S.Luke 9»1 

S. Mary the Virgin 180. 

S. Pan] 230. 

S. Peter..... 



(Steiner St., I 

near Union) f 
(C^aliforniaSt. J 

n. Filhnore) I 
(Stockton &I 

Filbert 8t8.) ) 

(?H'^.S^";['S. Stephen 294. 



.175. 



San Joe6. 



Webster). 
(Bash a n d j 
Googh Stt*.) j 



San Lnia Obispo. 
San Mateo 



** (Bishop Armitage l 

Orphanage) ... t 

" (Church Dfvinily [ 

School) f 

' •' (S. Matthew's* 

School) f 

San Miguel 

San Rarael 

Santa Clara 

Santa Cruz 

Saratoga 

Saui<alTto 

Selma 

Sotiora 

Stockton 

Tulare 

Visalia 

Walnut Creek 

Watsonville 



Trinity 497. 

Christ Church 59. 

Trinity 440., 

S. Stephen 79.. 

S. Matthew 104. 

Chapel 18. , 

Chapel 15 , 

Chapel 80., 

S.John 9., 

S.Paul 110., 

Holy Saviour 67. 

Calvary 158., 

S.John 19. 

Christ 145., 

S. Luke 46 

. James 48 

S.John 818. 

S. John i6. 

S.Paul 28. 

S.Panl 35 

AllSaints 60. 



Edward B. Spalding. L.H.D. 
William Auffustus M. Breck. 
George S. Mead. 
Edward B«ntley Church. 
Samuel James Lee. 

William Hall Moreland. 
William Carson Shaw. 

William Washington Bolton. 

William Maxwell Reilly. 

Mardon Dewees Wilson. 

j Bdcar Jacob Lion. 

( David Charles Gardner. 

George Edward Walk. 

John Alexander O'Meara. 
John B. Wakefield, D.D. 
".M.W. Hills. 
James Batchford de Wolfe 
Cowle. 

Alfred Lee Brewer, D.D. 

James Otis Lincoln. 

j Alfred Lee Brewer, D.D. 

} William Augustus Brewer. 
C. Montgomery Hoge. 
Ernest Augustus Hartmann. 
John Alexander O'Meara. 
C^yrus Olney Tlllotson. 
John Godfrey Gasmann. 
William Angu>Hamilton,D.C.L. 
Louis Childs San ford. 
Jonathan Nicholas. 
Daniel G. Mackiuuon. 

A Carlos Shelton Linsley. 

Hamilton Lee. 



OFFICIATING UNDER LICENSE. 

F«*ll, J. (of Diocese of Liverpool), San Francisco. 

Foote, George William (Ore.), SanU Cruz. 

HilU, E. M.W.J J, San Luis Obispo. 

Lynd. William F. (N. Cal.), East Oakland. 

MIkami, Kamnzo (Tok.), San Francisco. 

Peet, Robert B., Rector Emeritus of Emanuel Church, Newport, R.I. ; All Saints*, Palo Alto. 

Randolph, Thomas Lyman (C. N. T.) ; officiating at S. Matthew's, Lorin. 

Wallace, John 8., U. 8. N. (Pa.). 

Ahaociatb Mission inclnden the missions of Elmhurst, Gilroy, HollLster, Lorin, Mill Valley, 
Monnrain View, and West Berkeley, served by the Rev. John A. Emery (Head), the Rev. Henry 
Hewitt, the Rev. Thomas Lyman Randolph, the Rer. Frederick B. Adams Lewis, and the Rev. 
Hoi)art Chetwood. 

NONPAROCHTAL. 



Baker, Brooks Ono, M.D., Port Townsend, 
Wash. 

Case, William Page, Suisun, Cal. 

(^etwood, Hobart, San Francisco. 

Cutting, Griffin Marshall. 

Baston, Giles Alexander, Berkeley. 

Holmes, David. 

Jenks^6eorge Henry, San Francisco. 

Jnny, Edward de Seebach, Baltimore, Md. 



Kendig, Daniel, Chaplain, U.S.A., Philadel- 
phia. 

Lathrop, Henry Dnrant, D.D., St. Helena. 

Lewis, Edwara, in England. 

Mansfield, L. Delos, San Jos^. 

McAlister, Adam Armstrong, Chaplain, U. S. 
N., New York. 

McClure, David, Oakland. 

Nixon, William, in England.. ^^Ip 



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[1898 



NONPAROCHIAL.- Continued. 



PerkinB, Alfred Thomas, Chicago. 
Stowe, William, Mcnlo Park. 
Summers, Robert W., San Luis Obispo. 



Todhunter, Alfred, Redwood City. 
Young, Walter Ching, San Francisco. 



DIOCESE OF CENTBAL KEW TOBK. (A.D. 1868.) 

Limits.— 7%^ counties qf Brooim^ Cayuga^ Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Jefferson, Lewis, 
Madison. Oneida^ Onondaga, Osioego, Seneca, Tioga, and Tompkins. 

Population (1890), 816.614. Area, 11,601 sq. m. 

TheRt. Rev. Frederic Dan Huntington, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D., Bishop. (1868.) Residence, 
210 Walnut Place, Syracuse. 

Secretary qf Convention.— "Yhe Rev. James K. Parker, Waterville, N. Y. 

Begisfrar.— The Rev. Edward H. Coley, Utlca. 

Treasurer.— Qcorge J. Gardner, Syracuse. 

ChanceUor.—The Hon. Azariah H. Sawyer, LL.D., Watertown. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. John Brainard, D.D., Pres. ; the Rev. Henry Roswell 
Lockwood. D.D., Sec; the Rev. Theodore Kabcock, D.D.; the Rev. Philip Nelson Meade, D.D. 
Lay, Azariah H. Sawyer, LL.D., John R. Van Wagenen, George T. Jack, William D. Dunning. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Girls'' Friendly Society in Xm«ri<;a. —(Parochial branches, 17.) Pres., Miss M. T. Lathrop, 8 
West Eighth Street, OHwego. Sec.. Mrs. A. B. Johnf>on, 138 Park Avenue, Utica,N. Y. Associate 
for C^nmended Memders,UlBH Helen L. Miller, White^boro, N. Y. 

House of (he G<H>d Shepherd, Binghamton.—A Home for Females. Pres. Board of Managers, 
Mrs. J. J. Yotimaus. See., Mrs. C. L. Case. 

House qf the Good Shepherd. Svracuse. —\<)rg&ulzed 1872.] Supt., Miss Jessie Roberts. 
Chaplain, the Rev. Joseph M. Clarke, iD.D. 

House of the Good Shepherd, C7i<?a.-[Incorp. 1892.] For Destitute and Friendless Children. 
Matron, Mrs. Margaret E. How. Chaplain, the Rector of the Church of the Holy Cross. 

Kd)le School for Girls, Syracuse.— [FoxinAedlS7l. Incor. 1878.] /Vin<rt/>a/, Miss Mary JacKson. 

S. Andrew's THHnity School — Dean, the Rev. William D. Wilson, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D. (See 
Educational Institutions, p. 51.) 

S. John's Military School, MarUius. -[Founded 1869.] Supt., Lt.-Col. W. Verbeck. Chaplain, 
the Rev. Arthur Cleveland Clarke. 

S. Luke's Home and Hospital, CTificfl.— [Organized and incorp. 1869.] House Physician, P. J. 
Campbell, M.D. 

Shelter for Unprotected Girls, Syracuse.— [Iwcot^^. 1878.] Matron, Miss A. A. Kendall. Chap- 
lain, the Rev. Joseph M. Clarke, D.D. 

Woman's Auxilian/, Diocesan Branch.— [Ors&nlzed Sept., 1875.] Annual meeting : in May: 
semi annual, Oct. or Nov. I^es., Mrs. E. L. Knickerbocker, 8 Trinity Place, Watertown. Sfc, 
Mrs. Norman C. Stiles, 18 Clinton Street, Watertown. Treas., Mrs. C. N. Thorn, 164 Park Avenue, 
Utica. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions . 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 


1897. 


119 


116 


5 


11 


142 


142 


110 


110 


85 


sa 


1,575 


1,515 


957 


1,034 


17,689 


18,284 


1,031 


964 


8,696 


8,008 


S217,912 


$230,214 



The 30th Annual Convention will meet on June 9, where the Bishop shall appoint. 



1898.] 



CENTRAL NEW YORK. 



77 



THB OI.BRGT. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH.— CALVARY CHURCH (own. 2«4), SYRACUSE (Beecher A Highland Sts.). 
Hector.— The Bishop. 
Priest.— The Rev. John Everett Johnson. 
Bishop'g C/iapl<Uiu— The Rev. Joseph Morrison Clarke, D.D. 



Bishop' a Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Theodore Babcock, D.D., the Rev. Joseph Mor- 
rison Clarke, D.D., the Rev. William Martin Beanchamp, D.D. 

Deans of Convocations.— The Rev. Oi«i;:ood Eaton Herrick, D.D.,the Rev. Oliver Owen, the 
Rev. Robert Qeorse Quennell, the Rev. Philip Nelson Meade, the Kev. William Bours Oarku. 
the Rev. Stephen Henry Synott. 

Mittionary to J)eqf Mutes.— The Rev. Charles Orvis Dantzer, 17 Glenwood Ave., Rochester. 



PARISHSS AND MISSIONS. 



CHURCHES AND COMMUMIOANTS. 



Adams 

Afton 

Alexandria Bay 

Altmar (Sandbank) . 

Antwerp 

Auburn 



Augusta '. 

Aurora 

Bainbridge 

Baldwinsville 

BIgPlats 

Binghamton (Washington St.) 

" (Conklin Ave.) . . 

*' (Main & Oak Sts.) 

Black River 

Boonvillo 

Bridgewater 

Brookfield 

Brownville 

Camden 

Canastota 

Candor, 

Cape Vincent 

Carthage 

Cazenovia 

Caynga 

C*hadwiclc8 

Champion 

Chenango Forks 

Chittenango 

Clark's Mflls 

Clayton 

Clayville 

Cleveland 

Clinion 

Conctableville 

Constantia 

Copenliagen 

Cortland 

Deerfield 

Dexter 

Dryden 

Dnrharaville 

Earlville 

Bllisburgh 

EIraira 



Emmanuel 83. 

S.Ann 52 

S.Lawrence 5. 

S.John 84. 

S.Paul 41. 

.John 209., 

S.Peter 5»8. 

S.Andrew 22., 

S.Paul 42., 

S.Peter 90. 

Grace 142., 

S.John 88. 

Christ 415. 

Good Shepherd 215. 

Trinity 512. 

15. 



Trinity 67... 

Christ 12... 

S.Timothy 14... 

S.Paul 80... 

Trinity 18« .. 

Trinity 61... 

S.Mark 49... 

S.John 150... 

Grace 128... 

. Peter 189... 

S.Luke 27... 

S.George 89... 

S.John 81... 

S.John 60... 

S.Panl 25... 

S.Mark 46... 

Christ 62 .. 

S.John 9... 

S.James 68 .. 

S.James 180... 

S.Paul 100... 

Trinity 12... 

Grace 50... 

Grace 217... 

19... 



E^'an'*' Mills . 
Fayette .. .. 



All Saints 25. 

Tompkins Cove 

S. Andrew 45. 

Grace 40 

Christ 12. 

Emmanuel 125. 

(4racc 3*1 

Trinity 278. 

38 



English Crooks. 

H.A. R. Cresser. 

Osgood Eaton Herrick, D.D. 

Benajah Emory Whipple. 

Joseph Hypkin Brown. 

Charles N. Clement Brown. 

John Brainard, D.D. 

Edwin Cheney Alcorn. 

William H. Casey. 

H. A. R. Cresser. 

William Martin Beauchamp.D.D. 

Edward Burdick Doolittle. 

Robert George Quennell. 

Samuel D. Day. 

J. Henry La Roche. 

Charles Henry Mockrid^e, D.D.* 

Andrew Ellsworth Dunnam. 

John BarUett Wicks. 

Edwin Cheney Alcorn. 

Horace B. Goodyear. 

Christopher John Lambert. 

Geoige Henry Ottaway. 

Dwigiit A. Parce. 

Samuel Wesley Strowger. 

GJeorgeD. Ashley. 

John T. Rose. 

William H. Casey. 



George Henry Ottaway. 
Oliver Owen. 



Earl Henry Kenyon. 
John Bartlett Wicks. 

Oliver Owen. 

William Fletcher Cook. 



Amos Watklns. 

John Raveuscroft Harding. 

Burr Miller Weeden. 

Robert Fletcher.* 

John Arthur. 

Joel Davis. 

Ar.son J. Brockway. 

Laurence BuckleyThomas,D.D.* 

William H. Van Allen. 

George H. McKnight, D.D. 



* Licensed to officiate. 



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[1898. 



PARISHES AND XI8SIOM8. 



FayeTteviUe Trinity 



CUURCHE» AND COMMUNICANTS. 



.125. 



1 orubtport. CUrist (9. 

KrvdcnckV Cornen* 'S. Pool 10. 

i''uIioii |Zion .123. 



t. It'll I'ark , 

iiriint Bund 

Greene 

t^rtME 

(iuilrurd 

Hamilton 

lliirpiirsville .... 
Hav('i» I'ornere.. 
Holland Patent.. 

Homer 

Horncheads 

Ithaca 

Janie^viile 

Jordan 

Laeona 

Lafar^eville. ,,, 

Lowville 

Manliiis 

Marcel] lis 

McDonough 

McLean 

Mexico 

Millport 

Moravia.. 

Mount Upton ... 

New Berlin 

New Flartfonl 

New York Milla. 

Norwich 

Oneida 



Onondaga Castle. 

Ori(*kany 

Oriskany Falls..., 
Oswego , 



Owego 

Oxford 

Paris Hill 

Perryville 

Picrrepont Manor. 

I*ort Byron 

Port Leydcn 

Pnlaski 

Kedneld , 

Redwood 

Rome 



KumtiluH 

Sackeit** Harbor 

Seneca Falls 

Sherbnme 

SkaneatelpH 

Slaierville SitriiigH 

Smithboro 

Speedpville .- 

Spencer... 

Syracuse 

" (ITnivernity Ave. & * 

MudiHon St.).... ( 
" (James St., betw'n j 

Lfick & Town - 

send Sts.> | 

" (G r a p e & V a n j 

Biiren 8t«.) f 



8. Andrew 

Trinity 27. 

Zion 208. 

Triniiy 1»5. 

Clirist 135. 

8. Thomas ... 8!» 

S. Luke 48., 

Calvarv 35. . 

S. Paul 46.. 

Calvary 3f».. 

S. Matthew... 76. . 

S. John. ..408., 

S.Mark 23.. 

Christ 64.. 

Emmanuel 22 , 

S. Paul 5,'i., 

Trinity 137.. 

Chrisft .*B.. 

S.John..... 71.. 

Calvary. 30. . 

Zion 22.. 

Grace 5),. 

S. Mnrk 92.. 

S. Maithew 98.. 

Grace 12. 

S. Andrew 182. . 

S. Stephen 119,, 

S. Jamet< 68.. 

Emmanuel 260. . 

S. John .". ..-263.. 

Good Shepherd 45.. 

S. Peter 92., 

Good Shepherd 44. . 

Christ STtO.. 

The Evangelists 277. . 

S, Paul 119.. 

S. Paul 1.H2.. 

S. Paul TO.. 

^. Stephen !».. 

Zion. 56.. 

S. Paul 22.. 

S.Mnrk 60.. 

S. James 54 . . 

Emmanuel.... 18.. 

S. Peter 41 . 

Zion. 400.. 

S. Joseph 178. , 

S.Stephen 23. 

Christ im.. 

Trinity. 318.. 

Christ 142.. 

S. James 274 . 

S, Thomnp .^1 . . 

Emmanuel 22. . 

S. John m., 

S. John 14.. 

All Saint* 75., 



Grace 292... 

\. James 2i'4 . . . 

S. John the Divine 175. . . 

S.Luke 



Charles Tefft Raynor. 
Andrew Kllswortii Dunham. 
Anson J. Brockway. 
Geonre Hetcher Potter. 
Horace Barlleit Goodyear. 

Henry Elijah Hubbard. 
William Flet( her Cook. 
George Gustavus I'erriue. 
Alexander H. Rogers. 
Hobart Louis Marvin. 
Charles W. MacNish. 
George Little Neide. 
Leonard Jacob Christler. 
Edward Burdick IJoolittlc. 
Stephen Henry Synnolt. 

James A. Skinner. 
Daniel Daly. 
Eiirl Henry Ken yon. 
Charies H. Tindell. 
Theodore Babcock, D.D. 
George Fletcher Potter. 

Amos Wat kins. 
Henry Sears Sizer. 
Edward Burdick DooUttle. 
Mylton Maury, D.D. 
(ieorge Gnstavns Perrine. 
George H. Kirk land. 
Thomas Lewis Planister. 
Robert W. Prit chard. 
Harry Dows Stebbins. 
John Arthur. 

\ William Doane Hanrovs. 

) Albert Cunick. 
William Cooke. 
Edwin Chenev Alcorn. 
Philip NelKm'Meade. 
A. Georg(! E. Jenner. 
James 11 ol well Kidder. 
Edwin Walter Colloque. 
John Bartlett Wicks. 

Anson J. Brockway. 

William Fletcher Cook. 

Rol>ert PauL 

Daniel Daly. 

John Smiley. 

John H . Egar, D.D. 

Arthur Lester Byron-CnrtisB 

Burr Miller Weeden. 
William Hours Clarke. 
Frederick Brvmer Keablc, 
Frank Nash Westcolt. 
Dwight A. Parce. 
William Gonlon Bentley. 
Dwight A. Parce. 
Theodore L. Allen. 
John Armitage Staunton. 

Herbert Gnibord Coddlngton. 



F. W. Webber. 

David Bertie Malthewp. 
John Evcrett^J^hiiBon. j 

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OEKTBAL PENNSYLVAl^IA. 



79 



PARISHBS AND 1IISSION8. 



Syraca8e(Si.Mark'8 Square, / 

Bridge St.) f 

" (Montglimery & E. ( 

Payette M 8.).... s 

" (Seymonr St., near « 

Weft) f 

(East) 

Theresa 

Tmmansbnrgh 

Union Springs 

Ulica (Howard Ave. & South / 

St.) \ 

*' (Genesee & Elizabeth i 

Sts.) S 

•* East (Bleecker St.) 



CHUUCHBd AM) COMMUNICANTS. 



" East (SUte St.) 

" West (Columbia St.) . . . 

" " (Broad St.) 

Van Etten 

Warners 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

(North) 



Watenrille 

Waverly 

Wecdsport 

Wellsburg 

Westmoreland .. 

Wliitesboro' 

Whitney's Point . 

WlUard 

Willowdale 

Windsor 



S.Mark 194... 

S.Paul 690... 

Trinity 374... 

Emmanuel 59. . . 

S. James 60... 

Epiphany 101 .. . 

Grace 38... 

Calvary 520 . 



Grace. 



.549. 



Holv Cross 211. 

S.Andrew 4^. 

S. George 158. 

S. Luke 587. 

Trinity 887. 

S.Thomas 40. 



S. Paul 810. 

Grace 2.')0 

Uedeemer 55. 

Trinity 942. 



Grace 185.. 

Grace 111.. 

S.John 15.. 

(Mtrist 50.. 

Gethfemane 31 . , 

S.John 109., 

Grace < 5S , 

Christ 63. 

Grace 60., 

Zion 53. 



William De Lancey Wilson. 
Henry Roswell Lockwood, D.D. 

Robert Hudson. 

William Stone Hayward. 
John Smiley. 
(Juy Harie Purdy. 
William H.Casey. 

George Huntington Coley. 

\ Charies Tyler Olm-ted, D.D. 
) Julian B. Kamsdell. 
James Jones Burd. 

William B. Coleman, Jr. 

j John Ravenscroft Harding. 

1 James Winslow Clarke. 
Theodore L. Allen. 
William Stone Hay word. 
Robi-rt Murray Duif, D.D. 
Charles Henry Mmkridge, D.D.* 
Horace B. Goodyear. 

( J. Sanders Reed, D D. 

< Osgood Eaton Herrick, D.D. 

( Frederick P. Winne 
James Kellogg Parker. 
William Gordon Bentley. 

Lawrence Buckly Thomas.* 
Robert W. Pritchard. 
William Cooke. 
Francis William Maccaud. 
Charles W. MacNieh. 

Hobart Louie Marvin. 



• Licensed to officiate. 
NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bdbcock, Charles, Prof., Cornell University, 
Ithaca. 

Bowen, George, Jr., Waverly. 

Burrows. Joshua Law. Ashiabulii, O. 

Clarke, Arthur Cleveland, Chaplain, Man- 
lins. 

Cosnitt, Frederick Beverly. Waterviile. 

Craig, John Woodworlh, Englewood, N. J. 

Dantxer. Charles Orvis, Missionary to Deaf 
Mutes, Rochester. 

Higg-*, William. 

Hunt, Matthew Irving. Islip, N. Y. 

McKiiight, Charles Hamilton, Elmira. 

Mnir, John. Merrickville. Ontario, Canada. 

Mnndy, Ezekkl Wilson, Syracuse. 

Murray, James B., D.D., Moravia. 



Purucker, Guetav Edmund, Geneva, Swit- 
zerland. 

Randolph^ Thomas Lyman, Alameda, Cal. 

Roberts, William, England. 

Robinson, James A., Cortland, N. Y. 

Saphore, Edwin Warren. 

Scott, John, Rochester. 

Skinner, James A , Department of Public 
Instruction, Albany. 

Smith, George N. 

Tyler. Moses Colt, LL.D., Prof., Cornell 
Univ., Ithaca. 

Whiilng. Nathan F., D.D., Cape Vincent. 

WiNon, William D., D.D., LL.D., L.H.D., 
Dean of S. Andrew's Divinity School, Syra- 



DIOCESE OF CENTEAL PENNSYLVANIA. (1871.) 

LmiTB.—The Diocese comprises that portion of the State of Pennsylvania lying within the fol- 
lowing lines : On the north, the soJHhem boundary of the ^tale of New York ; on the eauf, fhf 
western l)oundary of the States of New York and New Jerftey, and of the cotinfie^ qf Bwks, Mnnf- 
oomery, and (Chester; on the south, the northern boundary of Maryland : on the west, the eatern 
boundary qf Somerset^ Cambria^ Ctear,fleldf Cameron, and A" " 
Population (1890), 2,146,108. 



}fcKean counties. 
Area, S6,28I sq. m. 

-.gitizedby 



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[1898. 



Thx Rt. Rbv. Ethelbvbt Talbot, D.D., LL.D., Bishop-elect. 

Secretary.— CharleB M. Clement, Sonbary. 

Treasurer of Convention and Episcopal Funds.— V, Rcdington stetson, Reading. 

Jlegistrar.^yfiWiKOi H. Chandler, South Bethlehem. 

C/uinceilor.— John G. Freeze, Bloomsburg. 

Standing Committ^s.- Clerical, the Rev. Marcns Alden Tolman, Pres. ; the Rev. William P. 
Orrick, D.D., Sec.: the Rev. Henry L. Joneo, D.D., the Rev. J. Edward Pratt, the Rev. Charles 
.Morit>oii. Lcty,K. D. Holland, James 1. Blakslee, Hngh M. North, LL.D., Gny E. Farquhar, 
Albert N. Cleaver. 

OHX7ROH nrSTlTU TION8. 

Bethany School for Girls, Gettysburg.— Hector y the Rev. Thompson P. Ege. 

Jiishopthorpe Scftool (for gii^), South J5tf^«A<w».— [Founded 1867.] Princ, Miss A. Oakley. 

Church Club.— Sec., Charles M. Clement. 

Church Home for Children^ Jonestown.- Chaplain, Rev. Alfred M. Abel. 

GirW Friendly Society in America.— (^o diocesan officers ; three branches.) Scranton : 8. 
Luke's Church. A?<r., Miss Saucion, 701 Jefferson Ave. Carlisle: S.John's Church. ^^Tm Mrs. 
Alexander McMillan, 8. John's Rectory. York : S. John's Church. Sec., Miss L. D. Black, Willow 
Bridge^York. 

8. Luke*s Hospital, South SetlOehetn. -[Incor. 1872.] Treas., Ellsha P. Wilbur, South B(*th- 
lubeui. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan BrancA.— [Organized June. 1882.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention ; designated and approved by tne Bishop. Pres., Mrs. E. Q. Scott, 
l.'iO South FraBklln St., Wilkes-Barre. Sec, Miss E. D. Mercur, West PltUton. lYeas., Mrs. 
Philip Coleman, South BeibJehero. 

Teates Institute, Lancaster, Pa. (for boys).^Head Master, Rev. William Francis Shero. 
Treas., Qeorge M. Franklin. Sec, C. R. Baer, 



Diocesan Paper.—'' The Church Chronicle." Editor, the Rev. Thomas B. Angel). 



STATISTICS. 



CltTiry , 

PrieHtB Ordained 

Church Edillces. 

Orgunizeii ParinheB and Missions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisnip 

CoTinrmi'd 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars. 

ContrlDUtions 



1896. 


1397. 


110 


108 


4 


4 


120 


120 


104 


104 


58 


58 


1,548 


1,432 


1,246 


1,161 


11,528 


11,729 


1,582 


1,604 


15,047 


14,867 


$276,582 


$324,504 



The 27th Annual Convention will meet in S. Luke's Church. Altoona, on June 14, at 7.30 i*.*!. 



THE OI^RGY. 

The Bishop. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY (com. 502), SOUTH BETHLEHEM. 

Rector.— T\ie Rev. Gilbert H. Sterling, D.D. 

C^rflrf^— Stewart N. MItman. 

Archjdeacons.—RaaAinz : The Ven. James P. Buxton. Harrisbnrg t The Ven. Leroy F. Baker. 
Williamsport : The Ven. William 8. Heakes. Scranton : The Ven. Daniel Webster Coxe, D.D. 



_.. The Ven. Leroy F. Baker, the Rev. Rogers Israel, the Rev. 

!V. Horace Edwin Hayden. the Rev. Thomas B. Angell D.D., the Rev. 



Bishop's Eramining Chat^ains. 
Robert E. Wright, the Rev. Horace Edwin Hayde 
George C. Foley, the Rev. William P. Orrick, D.D., the Rev. Alfred M. Abel 



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CHURCHBS AND COMMUNICANTI 


J. CLBROT. 


Alden Station 

AllentowD 


S. Andrew 

Grace 

Mediator 

S.Luke 

Trinity 

Christ 


. 40 
..17-2 

'.'.272 
. 90 
.. 26 
.. 61 
.. 58 
.. S'i 
.. 74 

.'.107 
..189 
..ISi 
..233 
29 

.'.'8-27 
.115 
.. 21 
.. 28 
.. 62 

:. lO" 

.12<i. 
.. 65 
..218 

'.! 25 
..184 

!;214. 
.. 14 

..* 82 
29 

*; 34 

'.'. 40. 
.. 22 

.'.' as! 

..186 

..159. 

..125. 
.2W 
.. 33 
.. 76 
.. 18 
..520 
..232 

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. . . Daniel Webster Coxe, D.D. 
. . . Robert U Kline 






Altoona 


Allan Sheldon Woodle 


Antrim 

Arnot 




Ashcroft 


Good Shepherd 


. . . James McLanghlin. 
. . . Frederick Charles Cowper. 
... Horace Edwin Hayden. 
... V. Hummel Berghaus. 
Samuel H Meade 


Ashland 


S.John 

S.John 

Trinity 

S.James 

S.John 

Trinity 

S.Michael 

S. Paul 

S.Luke 

All Saints 


Ashley .. .... 


Athens 


Bedford 


Beilefonte 

Bethlehem 

Birdsboro' 


... Robert Erskine Wright. 
. . . George Pomeroy Allen, D.D. 
... Benjamin Fish Thompson. 
.. David N. Kirkby. 


Bloomsbnrg 


Blossburg 


Brookland 


. . . Charles E. Fessenden. 


Carbondale 

Carlisle 


Trinity 

S. John 

S. John 

Holy Trinity 


. . . Charles L. Fitchett. 
Alexander McMillan 


Catawissa 


. . . David N. Kirkby. 
. . . Frederick Charles Cowper. 
James B. Mead 


Centralia 


Chambersburg 


Trinity 

Bangor 


Chnrchtown 


... Elijah J. Roke. 

••• } John Mitchell Page. 


Oolebrook Furnace 


Trinity 

S.Luke 

S. Gabriel 

S.Paul 

Christ 

Christ 

8. James 

S. John Evangelist 

Grace 

S.Gabriel 

S.James 


Colebrook Village 


Cole's Creek 


John D Rockwell 


Columbia 


. . . Lonis De Cormis 


Coudersport 

DanvUle 


... William Marshall. 
. . . Simon Blinn Blunt 


Delano 


. . . James McLanghlin. 
. . . Benjamin S. Lassitnr. 
. John Hall Griffith 


Dingman's Perry 

Dorrancetown 


Douglassvllle 

Drifton 


... Samuel McEIwee. 
James P. Buxton 


Dundaff 

Dunmore 


S.James 

S.Mark 

S. John in the Wilderness. 

Trinity 

S.James 

S. John 


. . . Jesse Edwin Brodhead. 

j Rogers Israel. 
• * • ) Edward John Haughton. 


Raglesmere 


Easton 


. . . Benjamin J. Davis. 
John Ireland 


Eckley 


Everett 


. . Stewart P. Keeling. 

Alexander Renshaw De WitL 


Exchange 


S. James 

8. Thoma9 

Christ 


Fall Brook 




Forest City 


. . . Jesse Edwin Brodhead. 


Forestville 


S. Stephen 

Christ 


. . . James F. Powers. 


Frackville 


Paris Becker Stauffer 


Galeton 


Charles E. Fessenden 


Gearbartvllle 


S. Savionr 

The Prince of Peace 

S. Paul 

Grace 


. . . James McLanghlin. 
. . . Thompson P. Ege. 


Gettysburg 


Glrardvillc 


Great Bend 


. . . Edward J. McHenry. 


Halifax 


S. Stephen 

S. John 


Hamlinton 


. . . Frank Schell Ballentine. 


Hturrisbnrg i6th and Forster | 
St?.) ) 
»* (North Front St. ] 
between Lo- 1 
cnst and Pine f 
Sts.) J 

Hazleton 


S.Paul 

S.Stephen 

S.Peter 


. . . Leroy F. Baker. 

j Thomas B. Angell, D.D. 
• • • 1 Robert J. Keeling, D.D. 

. . . William Reese Scott. 


Honesdale 


Gmce 

S. John 

S.James 


. . . James Porter Ware. 


Huntingdon 




Jermyn 




Jonestown 

I^incaster 


S.Mark 

S.James 


... Alfred M. Abel. 
. . . Percy J. Robotlom. 
...J. Edward Pratt. 




S.John 

Trinity 

S. John 

S.John 

Christ 


Lansford 


. . . Henry C. Pastorius. 
'. . Richard L. Chittenden. , 


Laporte 

Lawrencerille 

Leacock 



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Lebanon 

Lewistown 

Lock Ilaven 

Lost Creek ^ 

Lykeus * 

Mahanov City 

Manhattan 

Manheim 

Mansfield 

Marietta 

Mauch Chnnk 

" " (East) 

Mechaiiicsbarg 

Milford 

Milton 

Mon loursville 

Montrose 

Morgantown 

Mt. Carbon 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Hope 

Muncy 

Niinticoke 

Newfield 

New Milford 

Newport , 

Nickel Mine* , 

North limber] and , 

Oakland , 

Orbisonia , 

pHradlse 

Pike.. 

rhilipsbiir^' 

PittAton , 

Pleasant Mount , 

Plymouth 

PottsvSlle (S. ( entre St.). . . 

(Fish back) , 

** (Mechanlcsville) , 

•' (MarkaSt.) , 

*• (Mt. Carbon) 

Reading , 



CHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



S.Lake 16? 

.Mark r.3 

S. Paul 106 

All Saints 

Christ 36 

Faith 82 

10 



S.Paul ao 

S. James 85 

S.John 61 

S.Mark 251 

S.John 107, 

S.Luke.. 34 

Good Shepherd 81 

Christ 

Our Saviour 38 

S. Paul 67 

8, Thomaa 

Trinity 

S. Stephen 20 

Hope 3, 

S.James 94 

8. Geor;ge 25 



Renovo 

Rivernide 

Safe Harbor 

St. Clair 

Salem 

Sandy Valley 

Sayr© 

Schuylkill Haven 

Scranton 

" (Hyde Park). . . . 

" (Green Ridge).. 

Sliamokin 

Shenandoah 

South Bethlehem 



" '* (Lehijrh Uni- 1 

vcrslty) ... \ 

Sprineville 

Steelton 

Steriing 

Sumraft Hill 

Sunbnry 

Susquehanna Depot 



S.Mark 63 

TheNativily 21 

Grace 11, 

S.Mark 

Grace 43 

Trinity 16 

All Saints 39 

8. Matthew 

S.Paul 128 

S.James 

S.Paul 

iS. Peter 80, 

iTrinlty , 1 

IS. John 

S. Paul ^533 

The Resurrection 

Trinity _ J 

Christ 824 

S. Bamiibas 120 

S. John Baptist 28 

S. Luke 6^ 

Trinity 71 

Grace 

Ascension 

Holy Apostles 80, 

8. John 

8. David 

Redeemer 114 

S.James 

S.Luke 707 

S.David 116 

Good Shepherd Ill 

Trinity 156, 

All Saints 88 

Nativity ) 

8. Joseph 1 502 

8. Mary ) 

Packer Memorial 

S.Andrew 

Trinity 20 

Zion 

S. Philip 

S.Matthew 178 

Christ 43 



John Mitchell Page. 
Frank T. Eastment. 
Lewis Nichols. 

Charles J. Kilgonr. 
Otho Brandt. D.D. 
Charles E. Fessenden. 

Frank Marshall. 
Orlando H. Bridgman. 
Marcus Alden Tolman. 
Asahel A. Bresee. 
Jsmes Magee Blackwell. 
Benjamin Skinner Lassitnr. 

Allan Grant Wilson. 
Edward A. Warriner. 
George A. Zellers. 

Frederick Charles Cowper. 

Alexander Renshaw De Witt. 
Daniel Webster Coxe, D.D. 
Charles E. Fessenden. 
Edward J. McHenry. 
William Dorwart. 
Richard L. Chittenden. 
Charles Mori son. 
Benjamin H. Abbott. 
Elijah Roke. 
Richard L. Chittenden. 
George P. Hopkins. 
Francis Joseph Clerc, D.D. 
John W. Bnrras. 
Jesse Edwin Brodhead. 
John Hall Griffith. 

James F. Powers. D.D. 
Charles Albert Howells. 
J. Morris Coerr. 
James Bowman May. 

William P. Orrlck. D J). 
Frarcis McFetrlch. 
Jacob M. Eoehler. 
William B. Burk. 
Charles Thompson Cocrr. 
Simon Blinn Blunt. 

Paris Becker StauflVr. 
William Coney. 
William Tobias Anman. 
Richard Martyn Doherty. 

\ Rogers Israel. 

) Edward John Hanghton. 

Frank Schell Ballentine. 

George W. Van Fossen. 

( GUbrrt H. Steriing, D.D. 
} Stewart N. Mitman. 



Henry C. Pastorius, 
Charles Mori-on. 
William J. Cleveland. 



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Sweden Hill 

Tamaqaa 

ThompsoutowD.. 

"oga-ji 

rowanoA 

Troy 

TaukhaoDock... 

Tyrone 

UlvBses 

Upper Fairfield . 
Wat8ont«»wn ... 

Weatherly 

Wellsboro' 

Weaifleld 

We«t Pittaton . . 
While Haven... 
Wilkea-Barre... 



Calvary 

S. Stephen . 

S. Andrew 42, 

Christ «44 

8. Panl 60 

S. Peter 30 

Trinity 11 



WilUamsport (4th & Miil- ( 

berry Sts.). f 

'* Sonth (Howard) 

St. A South- V 

' ern Ave.)... ) 

** (Almond St.).... 

(4thSt.&Trin-< 

itypi.) r 

" (Beeber and j 

Scott StB.).. f 

WUliamstown 

York 

York Springs 



Good Shepherd 85 

S.Jude 

Christ 80 

S.Paul 1«5 

S.John 88 

Trinity 182 

S.Paul 48 

Calvary 



S. Stephen 442 



S.Clement 125. 

Christ 

318. 
S. John 

S.Mary (Wadleij^h Memorial)176 
Trinity 252 

AUSalnte 

Christ 15 

S. John 265 

Christ 



Charles E. Fessenden. 
I Fn-derick C. Landerbum. 
WUliam Dorwart. 

William Ernest Daw. 



William Henry Inele Houghton. 
Charles E. Fessenden. 
Allan Grant Wilson. 

WUliam Tobias Anman. 
William Heakes. 
William North Robins Ashmcad. 
Frank P. Harrington. 
William Tobias Annum. 
Walter De Forest Johnson. 

{Henry L. Jones, D.D. 
Horace Edwin Hayden. 
James Porter Ware. 
Daniel Webster Coze, D.D. 
Walter De Forest Johnson. 
John Hall Griffith. 
Willis H. Stone. 



Edward Henry Eckel. 



Enos J. Balsley. 

j George C. Foley. 

1 William Hilton Butts. 



Charles J. Kilgonr. 
j Charles James Wood. 
1 George W. Simpson. 
Thompson P. Ege. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Bird, Frederick M., South Bethlehem. 
Case. William Page, Danaville, N. Y. 
Caskey, Taliaferro P., Dresden. Germany 
Cruikshanks, Harrison, Philadelphia. 
Cummins, Alexander Griswold, Smyrna, Del. 
Graham, John, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gring, Ambrose D., Kyoto, Japan. 
Leverett, William C, Bloomsbnig. 
Long, John, Reading. 
Marks, Charles A. 



McLaughlin, James, Johnsonbnrg, Pa. 

Post, Frederick H., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Schroeder, Francit^ B., Lancaster. 

Shero, William Ifrancis, Head Master, Yeates 
Institute, Lancaster. 

Thomas, Laurence Buckley, D.D., Elmlra, 
N.Y. 

Tortat, A. Emillns, PhiladelphhL 

Wells, WlUiam Guy, Pottsville, Pa. 



DIOCESE OF CHICAGO. (A.D. 1836.) 
(PROVINCE OF ILLINOIS.) 

LiMiTs.~A/^ that pftHUm qf the State of lUinois iifinfj north of the countUs qf Bock Island, 
Henry^ and Bureau, east of the Blinois Biver, and north qf the counties qf Tazewell, McLean, 
Champaign, and Vermiiion. 

Population (1880), 1,901,486. Area, 15,057 sq. m. 

Tub Rt. Rev. William Edward McLarrh. D.D., D.C.L.. Bishop. (1875.) Primusof Prorince. 
Residence, 64 Astor St. Telephone, Dearborn 60S. OJlce, 510 Masonic Temple, Chicago. Telephone, 
Main 1456. 

Secretary of Oonvention.^Jhe Rev. Luther Pardee, Austin, HI. 



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Registrar,— The Rev. FranciB J. Hall, 1113 Washington Bonleyard, Chicago. 

Treamrerqf Convention,— J. W. D. Kelley, Adams Express Building, Chicago. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical^ the Rev. Doane Seneca Phillips, D.D., Pres.;ihe Rev. Wil- 
liam E. Toll, Sec.; the Rev. Theodore Nevin Morrison, D.D. Lay, A. Tracy Lay, C. R. Larrabee, 
G. 8. McReynolds. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Chicago Diocesan Organization of OirW Friendly Society.— TAies Fanny Groesbeck, 418 Wash- 
ington Boulevard, Pres.; Mrs. Rudolph Williams, 258 Ontario St., Sec. 

Chicago Prayer Book Society.— The Bishop, Pres.; the Rev. Thaddeus A. Snlvely, Sec.; Charies 
A Street, TYsas. Office^ 510 Masonic Temple. 

Chicago Theological Book Club.— Rev. Francis J. Hall, Sec.^ 610 Masonic Temple. 

Church Club.blO Masonic Temple.— Yf. K. Ackerman, Pres.; the Rev. Joseph Roshton, 
L.H.D., Sec.; E. H. Buehler, Treas. 

Church Horns and Training School for Waifs., Allendale.— EdvfKtd Bradley, Supt. 

Church Homefor Aged Persons^ 4827-4389 EUis Ave.., Chicago.— The Rev. Walter Delalleld, 



Uomefc 
O. W. 



Diocesan Choir Association.— A, Thompson, Sec. 

S. GabrieTs Home and Kindergarten^ Evanston, 111.— Supt.., Miss Kate 8. Bishop. 

S. Luke's Hospitaly 1426-1486 Indiana ^w.— The Bishop, Visitor ; the Rev. Clinton Locke, 
Hon. Pres., 2825 Indiana Ave.; Arthur Ryerson, Pres., 59 Bellevue Place ; H. A. Wheeler, Treas., 
720 Old Colony Building ; Rev. James William Van Ingen, Svpt., 1426 Indiana Ave. 

S. Luke's Hospital Training School for Nurses., 1426-1436 Indiana ^t?<f.— Miss F. Hntcheson, 
Chi^ Nurse. Telephone, South 438. 

8. Margaret's School, 1401 Washington Boulevard, Chicago. 

S. Mary's Homefor Children, 209-211 Washington BotUevard.— Under the charge of the Sisters 
of S. Mary. 

S. Mary's Mission House, 215 Washington Boulevard.— Under the charge of the Sisters of 
S. Mary. The Sister Frances, Sister in Charge. 

8. Mary's Mission Society.—\lncor. 1890.] The Bishop, Pres. ; the Rev. Luther Pardee, Sec. 
Incorporated to hold and admimster donations and bequests for the support of the work of the 
Sisters of S. Mary in Chicago. 

^ Society/or the Belief of Widows and Orphans of Clergy.— Mr. C. T. Wheeler, Pres.; Mrs. 
iydia B. mbbard, 1701 Prairie Ave., Chicago, Sec. 

Waterman Hall, Diocesan School for Girls, Sycamore, lit.— The Bishop of Chicago, Pres. ; the 
Rev. Benjamin Frank Fleetwood, D.D., Sector. 

Western Theological Seminary, 1113 Washington ^or/Z^rarc^.— (See Educational Institutions, 
p. 52.) 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesart Branch.— [Organized October, 1884.] Annual meeting : day 
after Diocesan Convention. Semi-annual, October. Mrs. D. B. Lyman, Pres., Box 30, La Grange, 
111. ; Mrs. C. O. Meacham, Cor. Sec., 2458 Michigan Ave., Chicago ; Mrs. James T. Hoyne, Treas., 
2206 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 



Diocesan Paper.—*' The Diocese of Chicago," 510 Masonic Temple, Chicago. Treas., Mrs. 
A. L. Fowler. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


92 

2 

92 

84 

18 

2,030 

1,279 

17,796 

1,170 

9,890 

$879,035 


87 


Priests Ordained 


5 


Church Edifices 


96 


Orgfanlzed Parishes and Mit»8lons 


85 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


n 


Baptisms 


1,794 


Confirmed . . . . . 


1,143 


Communicants 


18,909 


Sunday School Teachers 


1,285 


Sunday School Scholars 


11,137 


Contributions ^ 


$357,984 







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CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP SS. PETER AND PAUL (cam. 408), CHICAGO 
(WashlDgton Boulevard and Peoria St.)* 
Tub Bishop. 
PrUst in Charg«'—The Rev. George Demlng Wrigbt. 



Hural DMdw.— Northeastern : The Rev. Clinton Locke, D.D.; Sonthem : The Rev. Daaiie 
Seneca Phillips, D.D.; Northern : The Rev. Benjamin Frank Fleetwood, D.D. 

Examining C/utplains.— The Rev. William J. Gold, D.D., Chicago ; the Rev. Arthur Wilde 
LIUle, L.H.D., Bvanston.* 

dty Mlstionary.— The Rev. Joseph Rushton, L.H.D., 510 Masonic Temple, Chicago. Tele- 
phone, Main 1466. 

AsHstant City MisHonary.— The Rev. John M. Cliattin, lOSW Washbigton Boulevard. 

Biskop*8 Secretary.— The Rev. Joseph Rushton, L.H.D., 610 Masonic Temple, Chicago. 



PABI8HB8 AKD MISSIONS. 



CHURCHVS AMD COMMUNICAItTS. 



Algonquin 

Amboy 

Aurora 

Austin 

Batavia ... 

Bclvidere 

Berwyn 

Chicago 

" (Pullman) 

" (Ravenswood) 

** (Auburn Park) 

" (8. E. cor. La Salle I 
Ave. A Elm St.). f 
(Edgewater) 



(Monroe St. & Ked- 1 
Kie Ave.) S 

(65th St. c. Wood- ( 
lawn Ave.) . . . . f 

(Ashland Boul. cor. I 
Adams) ) 



(Wabash Ave. bet. \ 

14th & 16th) 

(Oakley Ave. & 

Ohio St.) 

(Stock Yards) 

(lOSd St. & Stewart ( 

Ave.) f 

(708 Pullerton Ave.). 
(56th & Washing- » 

ton Ave.) f 

(Prairie Ave. bet ) 

43d & 41th) ' 

(Washington Boul. 

A RobeySt.) 

(Humboldt Park) . . . 
(Sedgwick St. n. ( 

Chicago Ave.) ... C 
(44th A Park Ave., S.) 
(66th St. cor. Stew- \ 

art Ave.) ( 

(514 Dearborn Ave.) . 
(Grand Crossfnsr) . . 
(S. E. cor. Cass & \ 

Huron Sts.) f 

(96 A 28 Clyboum { 

Ave.) \ 

(Irving Park) 



S.John 13. 

S.Thomas 15. 

Trinity 182. 

S.Paul 207. 

Calvary 59. 

Trinity 79. 

S. Michael and All Angels . . 44. 

All Angels 

All Saints 

All Saints 289. 

Annunciation 65. 

Ascension 402. 

Atonement 102. 

Calvary 200. 

Christ 42:*. 

Epiphany 699. 

Good Shepherd 98. 

Grace 1,496. 

Holy Nativity 100. 

HolyTrinity 172. 

Incarnation 20. 

Our Saviour 847. 

Redeemer 300. 



S.Alban 162.. 

S. Andrew 688.. 

S.Ann 120., 

S. Ansgarius 600. 

S. Barnabas 112. 

8. Bartholomew 838. 

S. Chrysostom . 831 

S.George 72., 

S.James 1,409. 

S.John 50 

S.John 78. 



John G. Sage. 
Charles A. Holbrook. 
Luther Pardee. 
Joseph G. H. Barry. 
Charles A. Cummings. 
George N. Mead. 
Austin W. Mann. 
Joseph M. McGrath. 
Bdgar M. Thompson. 

Edward Allen Larrabee. 
J. M. Dempster Davidson. 
William B. Hamilton. 

Arthur L. Williams. 

) Theodore NevlnMorri8on,D.D. 
I George B. Pratt. 

j Ernest Milmorc Stires. 

J Austin Brockcnbuugh Chinn. 

Henry C. Kinney. 
Edward L. Roland. 
John Herbert Edwards. 
Perdval Mclntire. 

(}eorge W. Knapp. 

William C. DeWitt. 

John Mark Ericson. 

Charles G. Herman Lindskog. 

Edwin J. Randall. 

Benjamin F. Matron. 

Thaddens A. Snively. 
Thomas J. Oliver Curran. 

I James Samuel Stone, D.D. 



John B. Williams. 



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Chicago (888 Western Ave.).. 
'' (1430 Indiana Ave.).. 

'* (Windsor Park) 

" (Cottage Grove f 

Ave. cor. 86th St.) )" 

'' (Rogers Park) 



CHUBCBBS AND COMMITNICAKTS. 



(4928 Lake Ave.). 



S.Lake 120 

8. Lake*8 Hospital 41. 

S. Margaret 141 . 

S.Mark 712 

S.Paul 125., 

S. Paul 580.. 



(1787 Belmont Ave. ) 
n. Bvanston Ave.) f 

(Briifhton Park) 

(Dearborn n. 80th).. 



(Michigan Boul. i 
8. e. cor. 26th St.) f 



8. Peter 708.. 

S. Philip the Evangelii*t 168. . 

S.Thomas 181.. 

Trinity 902.. 

S. Simeon 17.. 

S.Paul 21 . 

S.Lukc 132., 

S. Andrew 67. . 

S.James 52., 

Redeemer 225. 

80. 

S.Andrew 16. 

S.Luke 244. 

S. Matthew 48. , 

S.Mark 477. 

S. Matthias 27. 

S. Andrew 84 . 

Grace 117. 

Grace 152. 

S. Mark 44., 



Clyde 

DeKalb 

Dixon 

Downers Grove... 

Dundee 

Elgin 

Elmhnrst 

El Paso 

Evanston 

(North). 



Fairbury.... 
Farm Ridge. 

Freeport 

Galena ... . 
Geneva . 



Harvard Christ. 

Highland Park 

Hinsdale 

Joliet , 

Kankakee 

Lacon 

La Grange .... 

Lockport 

Manhattan. 

May wood.... 

Momencc 

Morgan Park . 

Morrison 

Morton Park. .. 

Napcrville 8. John 

New Lenox iGrace 



Trinity 146., 

Grace 111.. 

Christ S27. 

S. Paul 256., 

8. Joseph 

Emmanuel 864. . 

S.John 71 , 

S.Paul 27., 

Holy Communion 88 . 

Good Shepherd 9S.. 

Mediator 181 . 

S. Ann 18 

Mary 18. 

67. 
84. 

N..r wood Park ...jS. Alban 84. 

Oak Park Grace 344. 

( )r tawu Christ 131 . 

I'ark Hidge • 8. Mary 24. 

I'i»niiac Grace. 

Pullman .. 

Riven'ide.. 

Rock ford . 

Savanna.. 



All Saints 56. 

S.Paul 201. 

Emmanuel 252. 

S.Paul 92 

Sleriing 'Grace 69. 

Streator Christ 70. 

Sycamore 8. Peter 50. . 

Christ 108. 

8. Joseph 25. 

All Saints 19. 



Waukegan 

West Pullman . . 
Western Springs. 

Wheaton 

Wilmette 

Winnetka 



1>Inity 01 

8. Augustine 55. 

Christ 78., 



Alvah W. Doran. 

Edward L. Roland. 

William White Wilson, L.H.D. 

Henry R. Neejy. 
i Charles H. Bixby. 
< Henry C. Granger. 
( David W. Howard. 

Samuel C. Edsall. 

Henry Grattan Moore. 
Alfred H. Lealtad. 

Walter Delaflcld, D.D. 

j John Rouse. 
( Harold Morse. 
George N. Mead. 
Benjamin Frank Fleetwood, 
J)1d. 



Edward F. ClcTcland. 
M. Edward Fawcett. 
Charles P. Anderson. 

Daniel F. Smith. 

Henry C. Granger. 

Arthur Wilde Little, L.H J). 

Henry T. Hlestcr. 
Frederic W. Keator. 
Samuel J. Yundt. 
Thomas D. Phillippe. 
Albert A. Flske. 
Peter Clark Wolcolt. 
William Reid Cross. 
William Bohler Walker. 
Duane Seneca PliiUips, D.D. 

Charies Scadding. 

William Bohler Walker. 
Colin C. Tate. 
Arthur W. Higby. 
Joseph M. McGralh. , 
Lucian Waterman Rogers. 

Charles J. Shutt 
William Bohler Walker. 

Charles P. Anderson. 
Harry L. Cawthome. 



Joseph M. McGrath. 
Geoi^e Davis Adams. 
Nicholas Bayard Clinch. 

Lewis C. Rogers. 



William E. Toll. 
Joseph M. McGrath. 

William John Hawthorne. 



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87 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bartlett, Frederick Braithwaite, Florida. 
Bowles, Charles Edward, Chicago. 
Brown, Henrjr J., Honston. Tex. 
Barch, Charles S.. New Brighton, N. T. 
Capwell, diaries A., Chicago. 
Clark, Edward Unntington. 
Gold, William J^ D.D., Prof., Western The- 
ological Seminary, Chicago. 

Qregg, Francis M., D^., Chicago. 



Hall, Francis J., Prof., Western Theological 
Seminary, Chicago. 

Lane, Murcns, Freeport. 

Perry, Henry Q., Chicago. 

Petrie, WlUiam J., Chicago. 

Unouios, Qastav, Fanoo fineby, Stockholm, 
Sweden. 

Van Logen, James William, Supt., S. Lake's 
Hospital, Chicago. 

Wilson, Stephen Warren. 



DIOCESE OF COLOBADO. (A.D. 1887.) 

himm.—That part of the 8taU qf Colorado lying tatt qf the W4»tem boundary Une$ (^foOoiD- 
ing counties : Larimer^ Boulder , Gilpin^ dear Creeks Park, Lake^ Chaff ee, Saguache^ Rio Grande, 
and Coneioe. 

Population (1890), 412,196. Area, 104,500 sq. m. 

Tea Rt. Rar. Johm Fbawkuh Spalding, D.D., Bishop. (1873.) Beeidenoe^ aOU Lincoln 
Avenne, Denver. 

Secretary and Begietrarqf Council.— The Rev. Edward Pearsons Newton, 806 Broadway, Paeblo. 
TVwwMiw.— Charles D. Cobb, 1734 Curtis Street. 

Standing Committee.— Clerieal. the Rev. Canon Marshall, the Rev. Canon Honghton, the Rerv. 
Benjamin Brewster. Lay, O. B. Le Fevre, Alexis da Pont Parker, Arnold A. Bownay. 
Chancellor.— 'Ron. Wilbur F. Stone, Denver. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Jaroie Ball, Denver.—A Military Boarding School for Boyi. Sector, the Bishop. Principal, 
George Clarke. Chcq>., the Rev. Frederick W. White. 

Matthews Hall^Denver.— The Theological School. The Bishop, the Rev. Daniel Lewis, the 
Rev. Percival HoU Hickman, the Rev. Ernest F. Smith, and the Rev. F. F. Kramer. 

S. Luke's HosrHtal, Denver.— Pres., the Bishop. Acting Supt., B. J. A. Rogers, M.D. Chcm- 
Udn, the Rev. B. F. Smith. Resident Physicians, Samael Bell, M.D., Francis B. Ambler, M.D. 
Sec., E. A. Peters. Treas., John M. Walker. 

The Home for Consumptives and Sick Strangers, Denver.— Pres., the Bishop. Supt., the Rev- 
Frederick Warren Oakes. 

Wolfe Hall, Denver.— A. Boarding and Day School for Girls. Principal, Miss Anna L. WoU 
cott. Chaplain, the Very Rev. Dean Hart. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— JOrgKnlxed May, 1884.1 Annual meeting : time and 

8 lace of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. J. F. Spalding. 9011 Lincoln Avenne, Denver. Sec., 
in. F. J. Bancroft, 1766 Grant Avenue, Denver. Treas., Mrs. Milo A Smith, Box 847, Denver. 



•TATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


46 

11 

48 

60 

86 

676 

869 

4,139 

881 

8,814 

$100,979 


44 


Priests Ordainad 

Church Edillces 


8 
44 


Organised Parishes and MisMons 


60 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


40 


Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commnnicants i 


006 

860 

4,666 


Sanday School Teachers 


404 


Snndav School Scholars. . . .... 


8.878 


Contributions 


$89,848 







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THB OLSRaT. 

CATHBDRAL CHURCH OP 8. JOHN (com. 700). DENVER (Welton St. and 19th Ave.). 

Thb Cathsdbal Chapter. 

Thb Bishop. 

iMan.^The Very Rev. H. Martyn Hart, D.D. 

Minor Canont.— The Rev. Charlcts James Henry Mockridge and the Rev. Emeft F. Smith. 

ReHderU Canofts.— The Rev. Francis Byrne, the Rev. Charles H. Marshall, the Rev. John 
Henry Houghton, the Rev. Frederick Warren Oakes, the Rev. Ferdinand Frederic Kramer, the 
liev. Charles Y. Grimes, the Rev. Alhin Barlow Jennings. 

Uonorary Cafums.— The Rev. John Wallis Ohl, the Rev. Edward Pearsons Newton, the Rev. 
Reginald Shield Radclifle, the Rev. Pcrcival Holl Hickman. 

Treaturer qf Chapter.^ow^h A. Thatcher. 

CJuspier C^A;.— Arnold A. Bowhay, 14 Masonic Temple, Denver. 



BUhop'^i Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Canon Kramer, the Rev. Canon Hickman, the 
Rev. Canon Jennings, the Rev. Philip Washhnm, the Rev. Benjamin Brewster. 
Rural i>6aw*.— Denver : The Rev. Canon Hickman, the Rev. Canon Newton. 
General Misiionarjf.— The Rev. Canon Radcliffe, 1366 Gaylord Street, Denver. 



PABISHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Alamosa 

Boalder 

Baena Vista 

Canon City 

Cascade 

Central City 

Colorado City 

Colorado Springs. . 



Cotton Creek 

Cripple Creek 

DelNorte 

Denver (Falrvlew Ave. A I 

Gray St.) f 

(W. 18th Ave. A S. I 

10th St.) f 

(Arkansas Ave. A (. 
Logan St.) ...... s 



(Hnmboldt St. Ai 

92A Ave.) f 

(18th Ave. A Vine St.) 
(Montclair) 



(12th A Lincoln Aves.) 

Highlands (Bonle- ) 

vard) r 

(8d Ave. AS. 15th St.) 
(Williams St. and ( 

96th Ave.) f 

" (96th & Curtis Sts.).. 

Bveigreen 

Florence 

Fort Collins 

Fort Logan 

Georgetown 

Golden 

Greeley 

Idaho Springs 

La Jara 



CHUBOHXS AND COMMTTNIOANTS. 



S.Thomas 46., 

8. John 109. 

Grace 48.. 

Chri8t 80.. 

S.Michael 5. 

S.Panl 49. 

Good Shepherd 18. 

Grace 911. 

S. Stephen 80. 

S.Peter 98. 

S. Andrew 109. 

Epiphany 86. 

AllSainU 995.. 

Emmannel 90.. 

Epiphany 45.. 

Holy Comforter , 

Redeemer 64. . 

S. Bamahas 159 . 

S.Luke 66.. 

S. Mark 570.. 

S.Paul 75.. 

S.Peter 119.. 

8. Stephen 100.. 

Trinity 960.. 



S. John Baptist 15.. 

S.Lnke 111., 

89., 



Grace 15.. 

Calvary 86. . 

Trinity 82. 

Calvary 25. , 

All Salnta 8.. 



Percival Holl Hickman. 
Henry Jonathan Gurr. 
Eleaisar M illlam Sibbald. 

Albert S. Clay. 
Franklin Knight. 
Benjamin Brewster. 

( Philip Washburn. 

} Frederic Foote Johnson. 
John Wallis Ohl. 

William Osmond Cone. 
Frederick Ferdinand Kramer. 

Thomas Alvord Schofleld. 

Joseph Wallace Gnnn. 
Frederick Warren Oakes. 

Charles H. Marshall. 

( John Hen^ Honghton. 
I Frederic Wyndham White. 

Daniel Lewis. 

Joseph Wallace Gnnn. 

Albin Barlow Jennings. 

Charles Y. Grimes. 
Charles Winifred Donglas. 
Arthur Rooney. 
David Henry Clarkson. 
Henry Swift, U.S.A. 

[ Vincent Owen Penley. 

Frank W. Henry. 
Vincent Owen rcnlcy. 

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PARISHES AND lOBSIONS. 



La Janta 

Las Animas 

Leadville 

Littleton 

Lonzmont 

Maiutou 

Monte Vfsia 

Nevadaville 

Pueblo (9tb iiid Court Sts.) . . 

*' (B'way & Itoutt Ave.) 

" (Spruce & Centre Sts.) 

" (7fli St. & Santa P6 f 

Ave.) f 

Salida 

surer Cliff 

Trinidad 

Victor 

Villa Grove 

WestPlnm 



OBUBCHSt AND COMXUKIOANTS. 



Andrew 85. 

Messiah 15. 

8. George 146. 

S.Paul 38. 

S.Stephen .... 60. 

S. Andrew 77. 

S.Stephen 10. 

Christ 18. 

Ascension 111. 

Holy Trinity 172. 

S.James 88. 

S.Peter 86. 

Ascension 66. , 

S.Luke 72., 

Trinity 90., 

S.Mark 88.. 

S.James 5.. 

S.Philip 28.. 



i Reginald Shield Radcliffe. 
avid L. Fleming. 

Charles H. Cook. 
Peter Baldy Lightner. 

Albert E. Clay. 
William Osmond Cone. 
Edward Pearsons Newton. 
George Leslie. 



John Wallis Obi. 
Henry Arthur Handel. 
Samuel Harrison Smith Gal- 
landet. 
Frederick Kendall Howard. 
John Wallis Ohl. 
Charles H. Cook. 



NON-PAROCHLAL. 

Dn Bois, George Mcllwaine, Canon City. | Prentiss, Augustine, Victor. 
Hudson, Alonzo J. M., Denver. , Smith, Thompson L.. Denver. 

Jones, Dewi Herbert McAlpine, Florence. Wilson, Thomas V., Prof., State University, 

Lakes, Arthur, Prof., State School of Mines, Boulder. 
Golden. I 



DIOCESE OP COMTECTICUT. (A.D. 1783.) 

Popnlation (1880), 746,258. Area, 4,990 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rkv. Johh Williams, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1851.) Eendence, Middletown. 

The Rt. Rev. Channcey BunceBrewster,D.D., Bishop's Coadjutor. (1897.) SeHdence^BBTtfoT^. 

Secretary qf CkmverUion.^Tho Rev. Frederick William Harriman, Windsor. 

T^reanirtr (if CkmverUion.—¥TedeT\ck. J. Kingsbury, LL.D., Waterbury. 

Begistrar.—The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Hartford. 

Standing Ciwwni^^.— The Rev. Storrs Ozias Seymour, D.D.,/Vw., Litchfield: the Ven. Henry 
Martyn Sherman, Sec. ; the Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., the Rev. William Given Andrews, D.D., the 
Rev. John Binney, D.D. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Berkeley Divinity School^ MUi<Uet(»vn.—{See Educational Institutions, p. 49.) 

rfinreh Home. 76 Bellerme St., ITarfford.— Tor aged and indigent persons. 

fnflrm Clergy Fund (the Trustees of the Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergy and Widows and 
Orphans of Clergymen).— [Incor. 1855.] Sec.^ the Rev. Edwin 8. Lines, New Haven. Trea^.y 
Benjamin R. English, New Haven. 

Bectory School {for boyt), New Jfi^ord.— [Estab. 1848.] Sector, the Rev. Hayncs L. Everest. 

S. John^t Church Home, Stanford. 

8. lAiheU Home, Middletown.— Tor aged women. 

•'5. Margaret's Diocesan Srhool for Girls,'' Waterburt/.—nncor. 1875.] The Rev. Francis T. 
Russell. D.D., Sector: Frederick J,* Kingsbury, LL.D., Sec. ; Nelspn J. Welton, Treas. 

The Church Club qf the Diocfim of a>n»/»r«^w<.— [Organized 1892.1 Pres., Charies E. Graves, 
New Haven. 84c., Charles F. Chase, New Britain. Treas., Burton Mansfield, New Haven. 



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" The Church Sehokir$hkt fibd«(y."— [Poanded 1887. Incor. 1874.] The Rer. Comelias G. 
Bristol, See. and Treat., Hartford. 

** The CurtU Home, qf Meriden,'' South Crown Si., an Orphanage and Home for the Aged, 
Meriden. 

The Enietxmal Academy, Chefhire ( '* th« Traetees of the Bpitcopal Academy of Connecti- 
cut ").-[Poiiiided 1794. Incor. 1801.) B. D. Woodbury, Principal; Charles H. Tlbbit«, See., 
Wallingford; George M. Curtis, Treae,, Meriden. 

'* The Mieelonaru Society qf the Diootee of C^n«;^icut**~[Founded and incor. 1818.] Burton 
Mansfield, Sec. and Treas., New Haven. 

•' The Truetees qfDonatUmt and Be^iueett for Church Pwywe*."— [Incor. 1863.] Sec. and Trtae., 
Elijah C. Johnson, Windsor. 

" The Trueteeefor Receiving Donations for the Support of the JWMop. "—[Incor. 1799.] Treas., 
Jacob L. Greene, Hartford. Sec., Benjamin R. English, New Haven. 

THnitjf Church Home, 808 Oeorge St., New Haven.— Vox the aged. 

Trinity College, Har^ord.^i^ee Educational Institutions, p. 51.) 

Widows* Home, 188 Market St., Hartford. 

Woman's AuscHHary, Diocesan ^ron^A.— [Organized April, 1680.] Annual mcetins : time and 
place designated by the Bishop. Pres., Mrs. Elizabeth H. Colt, Hartford. Cor. ^c, Miss Edith 
beach, care of Messrs. Beach & Co., Hartford. Treas., Miss C. L. Thomas, North Washington St., 
Norwich. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


819 

6 

188 

161 

86 

2,165 

1.854 

80,265 

1,959 

17,041 

$678,646 


881 


Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 


7 
187 


Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


151 
86 


Baptisms 


8,31 8 


Confirmed 


1,418 


Communicants 


80,140 


Sunday School Teachers . 


1,941 


Sunday School Scholars 


17,328 


Contribntlona 


$561,410 



The 114th Annnal Convention will be held on June 14, where the Bishop shall appoint. 

THB OLBROT. 

Thx Bishop. 

Archdeacons.— Ynii^eld : The Ven. Henry M. Sherman: Litchfield: The Ven. James H. 
George; New Haven : The Ven. Jrseph Edmund Wildman ; Hartford : The Ven. Arthur Henry 
Wrisht ; Middlesex : The Yen. John Binney, D.D. ; New London : The Ven. Theodore Mount 
Peck. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, D.D., LL.D., the Rev. 
John Binney, D.D., the Rev. William Allen Johnson, the F&v. Edwin Harwood. D.D., the Rov. 
Edward Hurtt Jewett, D.D^LL.D., the Rev. Sylvester Clarke, D.D., the Rev. Storrs Ozias Sey- 
monr. D.D., the Rev. John Humphrey Barbour, the Rev. Edwin Stevens Lines, D.D., the Rev. Lin- 
dall Winthrop Saltonstall, the Ven. Henry Martyn Sherman. 

Oensral 3£issionary.— Archdeaconry of New London: The Rev. Theodore Mount Peck, 
Putnam. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMTmiCANTS. 


ci.mioT. 


Ansonia 


Christ 540.... 

Immannel 118.... 


Charles Edward Woodcock. 
Edward Thompson Mathiflon. 
Hiram Stone. 


Bantam 


S.Paul 70.... 



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91 



FABI8HB8 AHD MISSIONS. 



OBUBCmt AlCD OOMMUNlbAllTS. 



Bethany... 

Bethel 

Bethlehem. 
Black Hall. 
Bloomfield 
Branford. . . 
Bridgeport 



Christ 60., 

8. Thomas 8S7. 

Christ «8. 

S8. 



(Coortland St. n. ( 

Falrfleld Ave.), f 

** (Fairdeld Av. cor. ( 

Park Ave.).... f 

'' (383 Stratroitl Ave.) 

(288Kotsath8t)... 

•* (Carson 8t. cor. I 

Sjlvan Ave.). . . f 

** (Palrtleld Ave.cor. 

Broad 8t.) 

Bridji^water 

Bri»tol 

Broad Brook 

Brookfleld 

Brooklyn 

Byram 

Canaan 

Cheshire 



Clinton 

Colchester 

Collinsville 

Danbnry 

Danielson . ...^ 

Parien ^ 

Derby 

Durham 

Bast Berlin 

Bai«t Haddam. 

Bast Hartford 

Bast Haven 

Baston 

East Plymouth 

Bssex 

Fairfield 

Farmington 

Forestvllle 

Glastonbory 

Olenville 

Greenwich 

Oroton 

Gnllford 

Hamden 

Hartford (Main and Chnreh I 

Streets) f 

(Wyllys A Van» 

Block 8treeU)...( 

»' (Park Street near I 

Washington).... S 

'* (Main Street nearf 

Athenssnm) i 

*' (Main Street nearf 

Pavilion Street), f 

** (Si}(nnmey Street | 

near Farmington y 

Ave.* \ 

' * (Near Vernon Street) 
ParkvlUe (New 
Park AvK. A 
Grace Street).... 

Harwinton 

HazardviUe 

Hebron 



8. Andrew 46 . 

Trinity 276., 

Calvary 

CJhrlst 486., 

S.John 667. 

S.Loka 804., 

S.Paul 876.. 

Nativity 

Trinity 298.. 

S.Mark 108.. 

Trinity 140.. 

Grace 48., 

S.Panl 825. 

Trinity 61. 

S.John 40., 

Christ 116.. 

S.Peter lt».. 

Episcopal Academy Chapel. . 

Holy Advent 68. . 

Calvary 21. 

Trinity 129.. 

S. James 404.. 

S.Alban 123. 

S.Luke 100 . 

8. James 840. . 

tiphany 64.. 

8." Gabriel 40.. 

S. Stephen 65. 

S.John :.n9.. 

Christ 62.. 

Christ.. 86.. 

8. MaUhew 8.. 

S.John 106.. 

S.Paul 121.. 

S.James 42.. 

S.John 41.. 

S.James 116.. 

Emmanuel 80. . 

Christ 8(J» . 

Seabury Memorial 49.. 

Christ 170.. 

Grace 84.. 

CHirist 886.. 



Lewis Foster Morris. 
William Morrall, 
John Thompson Harmre 
Theodore Moant Peck. 

George Israel Brown. 



Herbert Dunbar Cone. 

j William Henrv Lewis 
1 George A. RoDson. 

Henry Martyn Sherman 



Good Shepherd 890. 

S. James 1 20. . 

S.John 885.. 

S.Thomas 844.. 

Trinity 890.. 

Trinity College diapel 

Grace C^iapel 189. . 

Christ 

S.Mary 86.. 

S.Peter 45.. 



Louis Norman Booth. 

Haynes Lord Bverest 
William Henry Morrison. 
Arthur Henry Wright. 
Bphraim Lord Whltcome. 
Samuel Fermor Jarvis. 
William Ingram Magill. 
Francis WiDter Baraett. 
MUiidge Walker. 

Peter Lake Shepard. 
Theodore Mount Peck. 
Walter Theodore Cavell. 
John Dolby Skene. 
George Almon Alcott. 
Louis French. 
Georgo Hickman Buck. 
Joseph Hooper. 
Arthur James Gammack. 
George William Grifnth. 
John James McCook. 

Reuben Bancroft Whipple. 
George Heniy Smith. 
Percy Thomas Fenn, D.D. 
Allen Bverett Beeman. 
Wolcott Webster Ellsworth. 
William Henry Morrison. 
Joseph Perincnlef Cameron. 
William Ingram Magill. 
Matthew George Thompson. 
Theodore Mount Peck. 
William Given Andrews, D.D. 
William Hanson Bean. 

) Lindall Winthrojp Saltonstall. 

( James Pattfson Pancon. 

Cornelius Gardner Bristol. 
John Taylor Huntington. 
James Watson Bradin. 
Geoige Russell Warner. 

Ernest de Fremery Miel. 

George Williamson Smith, D.D 

George Kilpatrick MacNanght. 

John Channcey Linsley. 
D. Russ Judd. f 

John Henry Fitzgerald. j[q 



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PABI8HES AND MISSIONS. 



HaDtington . . 

Kent 

Killingworth. 
Lime Rock... 

Litchfield 

LonffHUl.... 
Marbledale. 



Meriden (Bast Main &! 

Catlin Streets) . f 

" (West Main &r 

Morgan Streets) f 

Middlefield 

Middle Haddam 

Middletown (Sonth Farms). . . 

»* (Main Street).... 

** (Berkeley Dl- 1 

N Yinlty School) j 

Mllford 

Mflton 

Monroe 

Mystic 

Naagatiick 

New Britain 

New Canaan 

New Haven (Howard Ave. & i 

Lamberton St.) | 

*' (Davenport Ave. I 

& Ward St.).. \ 

** (Broadway & I 

Elm St.).... f 

»* (Blatchley Ave. / 

& Exchange >■ 

St.) ( 

" (Shelton Av. & i 

StarSt.) f 

** (Orange&Hum- ( 

_phreySt8.)... f" 

" (I^k St. bet.) 

Gkorge & > 

Crown) I 

•* (Chapel A Olive* 

Sts.) f 

" (Elm St. bet./ 

Orange &> 

Church) ) 

" (Temple near I 

Chapel St.)... I 
(George St., h. \ 



8. Paul 61. 

S. Andrew 111., 

Emmanuel 40.. 

IMnity 70. 

S.Michael 119.. 

Grace 66 

S.Andrew 95.. 

S.Andrew 666. 



of Broad) 
" (Fair Haven). 

(Westville). 

New London 

New Milford . 



Newington 

Newtown 

Nichols 

Norfolk 

North Bra^ord. 

Northfleld 

Northford 

North Guilford . . 
North Haven . . . 
Norwalk 



CHUBCHES AND OOmiUNIOANTS. 



All Saints 869. 

S.Paul 82. 

Cnirist 77. 

Christ 104. 

Holy Trinity 745. 

S. Luke's (^apel 

S.Peter 177. 

Trinity 22. 

S.Peter 75. 

S. Mark 60. 

.Michael 881 

. Mark 453 

S. Mark 225. 

All Saints 140. 

Ascension 283. 



Christ 415. 

Grace 246^ 

S. Andrew 25. . 

S.John 249. 

S.Lnke 116. 

S.Paul 875.. 

8. Thomas 290. . 



" (South) 

Norwich (78 Washington St.), 

" Greenville i856» 

Central Ave.) ... »' 



Trinity ) 

J-896.. 
* Chapel ( 

S . James 115.. 

8. James 104. . 

S.James 474.. 

All Saints 107.. 

S.John 318 

Grace 57.. 

Trinity S48.. 

Trinity 33.. 

The Transfiguration 

Zion 36.. 

Trinity 51.. 

S.Andrew 61.. 

S.John 50.. 

S.John 213.. 

S.Paul 774.. 

Grace 226.. 

Trinity -.Mil., 

Christ 375. 

8. Andrew 99. 



Ralph Hart Bowles. 
Howard McDongall. 
William Clark ESiowles. 
Henry Tarrant. 
Storrs Ozias Seymour, D.D. 
Charles W. Boylston. 
Thomas S. Ockford. 

Arthur Trainan Bandall. 

Asa Spragne Ashley. 

Joseph Hooper. 
John Davis Swing. 
John Townsend. 

j Edward Campion Acheson. 

1 Charles James Sniifen. 

John Binney, D.D. 

William Herbert Hutchinson. 
Hiram Stone. 
Alfred (^Idsborough. 
Eugene Griggs. 
Jared Weils Ellsworth. 
Henry NicoU Wayne. 
Robert Howland Keid^. 

Henry McCrea. 

Frank Howard Marshall. 

( Cteorge Brinley Morgan. 
) Charles Judd. 

Percy Barnes. 

John Frederick Sexton. 
Stewart Means. 

Oliver S. Prescott. 

j Edwin Stevens Lines, D.D. 
1 George William PhUlips. 

William Agur Beardsley. 

^ George William Douglas, D.D. 
Clarence Wyatt Bispnam. 
Charles Otis Scoviile. 

Adelbert Putnam Chapman. 
John Frederick Sexton. 
Alfred Poole Grint. 
Frank Barnard Draper. 
John Fields Plumb. 
Jared Starr. 

(George Thomas Ltnsley. 
Charles Walter Boylston. 
James Hardin George. 
Wilfrid Hine Dean. 
Arthur Thomas Parsons. 
William Joseph Brewster 
Wilfrid Hine Dean. 
William Lusk, Jr. 
Sylvanus Billings Pond. 
Johnson McClnre Bellows. 
Frederick William Norrls. 
William Stanley Emery. 

Reginald Rudyerd Parker. 

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93 



PABUHX8 AMD XISBIOKS. 



0HUB0HK8 AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Norwich (17 Cbttrch Street). 

Oxford 

Pine Meadow 

PlainviUe 

Plymoath 

Pomfret 

Ponsett 

PoqaetooQck 

PoitJand 

Patnam 

Quaker FarmB 

Redding 

Ridgeileld |S. Stephen 

Riverside 8. Paul 



RivMTton S. Paul . 

Rockville 1 8 . John . 

Round Hill Calvary . 

Roxbury : . . . ^Christ . 

Salisbury '8. John . 



Trinity 252. 

S.Peter 46 

S.John 64. 

Our Saviour 78. 

. Peter 96. 

Christ 101. 

S.James 34., 

S.James 58., 

Trinity 874.. 

S.Philip 82.. 

Christ... 23.. 

Christ 65.. 

201.. 
50.. 



Sandy Hook . 

Say brook 

Seymour 

Sharon 

Shelton 

Sonthbnry 

South Glastonbury. 

Sonthlnzton 

South Manchester. . 

Southport 

Stafford Springs... 

Stamford 



. 14. 
.118. 
. 85. 
. 42. 
.128. 



Stonington 

Stratford. 

SufBeld 

Tariff vllle 

Tashna 

Thomaston 

'niompsonville.... 

Torrinffton 

Union^lle 

Wallingford 

Warehouse Point.. 
Washington 

Waterbury 



(Waterville) . 



Watcrtown 

Westbrook 

West Hartford. 
West Haven . . . 

Weston . 

Westport 



Wetbersfleld.... 

WUlimantIc 

WUlon 

Windham 

Windsor 

Windsor Locks. . 

Winsted 

Woodbury 

YalesTiUe 

Yantic 



S.John 152.. 

Grace 116.. 

Trinity 289.. 

Christ 88.. 

Good Shepherd 

Epiphany , 

S.Luke 181.. 

S.Paul 50.. 

S.Mary 480.. 

Trinity 181.. 

Grace 100.. 

S.Andrew 241.. 

(S.John 1 

J Emmanuel J-776. . 

Is. Luke ( 

Calvary 93.. 

Christ 220.. 

Calvary 60.. 

Trinity 40.. 

Christ 90.. 

Trinity 152.. 

S.Andrew 187.. 

Trinity 871.. 

Christ 108.. 

S. Paul 328.. 

S.John 142.. 

S.John 66 . 

S.John 612.. 

S.Paul 118.. 

Trinity 748. 

Christ 875.. 

S.Paul 27.. 

S. James 88. . 

Christ 425.. 

Emmanuel 80.. 

Christ : 18R.. 

Holy Trinity 259 . 

Trinity 157.. 

S.Paul 95.. 

S.Matthew 104.. 

S.Paul 

Grace 163.. 

.Paul 125 . 

S.James 207.. 

8. Paul 169.. 

S. John Evangelist 67. . 

Grace 102.. 



♦ Ofllcialin*; by permiAHion. 



J. Eldred Brown. 
Archibald Ravenscroft Balsley. 
Herbert Mendenhall Smith. 
Henry Mitchell. 
George Henry Smith. 
Frederic Garalner. 
WlUiam Clark Knowles. 
George Buck. 
Oliver Henrv Raftery. 
Theodore Mount Peck. 
Archibald Ravenscroft Balsley. 
WUliam Alonzo Swan. 
Poster Ely, D.D. 
Frederick Rnggles Sanford. 
Herbert Men<^nhall Smith. 
Robert Clarkson Tongue. 
WUliam Ingram Magill. 
Walter Bownes Humphrey. 
James Hardin George. 
Otis Olney Wright. 
James Davy Stebbins Pardee. 
Robert Bootman KImber. 
George Chapman Griswold. 

John Thompson Hargra^e. 
Joseph Permchief Cameron. 
Geoige Hewson Wilson. 
Jacob Albert Biddle. 
Edmund Guilbert, D.D. 
Theodore Dwight Martin, Jr. 
j Francis Windsor Brathwaite. 
1 1rving Spencer.* 

i Charts Morris Addison. 
David L. Ferris. 
Louis Augustus Parsons. 
Erit Bartholomew Schmitt. 
Nathaniel Ellsworth Cornwall. 

Jesse Elliot Heald. 
Reuben Bancroft Whipple. 
Arthur Thomas Parsons. 
D. Russ Judd. 
John Chauncey Linsley. 
Wolcott Webster Ellsworth. 
Joseph Edmund Wildman. 
Arthur Henry Wright. 
Edmund Angustus AngelL 

t Edmund Rowland, D.D. 

) March Chase Mayo. 
Horatio Nelson Tragitt. 
j Frederick Dashiel Buckley. 

i Francis Thayer Russell, D.D. 
Herbert Noel Cunningham. 
John Blnney, D.D. 
James Gammack, LL.D. 
Richmond Herbert Gesner. 
William Edward Hooker. 
George Weed Barbydt. 
Kenneth Mackenzie, Jr. 
Hermann Lillenthal. 
Henry Macbeth. 
WUliam Edward Hooker. 
Henry Macbeth. 
Frederick WiUiam Harriman. 

George MUnor Stanley. 
John Thompson Hargrave. 
I Joseph Edmund Wildman. 
Herbert Lincoln MltcheU. 



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DALLAS. 



[1898. 



NONPAROCfflAL. 



Adam, Samuel Forb«8« Yalle Crocia, N. C. 

Bailey, Frederic William, New Haven. 

Barboar, JohD Huiuplirey, Prof, and Libra- 
rian, Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown. 

Beck with. Isbon Tbaddeoa, Prof., Trinity 
College, Hartford. 
- Bingham, Joel Foote, D.D., Hartford. 

Binney, John, D.D., Snb-Dean,Chaplain, and 
Prof., Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown. 

Bishop, Bliia, Curate, New York. 

Brown, Bdward Rutledge, Stafford SprinsB. 

Cameron, Jamee Iniies uayen, Reading, Pa. 

Clark, Qeorj^e Henry, D.D., Hartford. 

Clarke, Sylvester, D.I)., Prof., Berkeley Di- 
vinity School; P. O., Bridgeport. 

Coleman, John, WlUnuigton, Del. 

Crockett, John Addiaon. 

Derby, Samuel William, PlainvIUe. 

DoupiS, Charlea Henry. Kew Haven. 

Duflfeld. Silas Brainerd, Brocton. Mass. 

Kddy, Clayton, Curate, New York. 

Feivnson, Heiuy, Prof., Trinity College, 
Hartford. 

FIa«g, Jared Bradley. D.D., New York. 

Qammack, John Wilson, Glen Cove, N. Y. 

Gardner, Edward Coffin, Nantucket, Mass. 

Garfield, Nathaniel Lyon, New Haven. 

Goodwin, Francis, Hartford. 

Hall, Byron John, D.D., Danbury. 

Hamilton, Alexandert^orwalk. 

Hart, Samuel, D.D., Prof., Trinity College, 
Hartford. 

Harwood, Edwin, D.D., Rector Emeritus, 
New Haven. 

Hoskins, Francis David, Sec., Soc. Increase 
of the Ministry, Hartford. 

Hyde, Thomas Alexander. Cambridge, Mass. 

Jessup, Emerson^estfleld, Mass. 

Jewett, Edward Hurtt, D.D., LL.D., Prof., 
Gen. Theo. Seminary, N. Y. 

Johnson, William Alton, Prof., Berkeley 
Divinity School, Middletown. 

Kellev, Charles Wallace, Redding. 

Lanpber, Louie Albert, Curate, Church of 
Ascension, Philadelphia. 

Lindholm, Joseph E. 

Luther, Flavel Sweeten, Prof., Trinity Col- 
lege, Hartford. « 



Macfarlane, Peter, New York. 

Mathison, Robert Lauder, Springfield, Mass. 

McCrackan, John Henry, Loe Angeles, Cal. 

Merrill, Elmer Truesdell, Prof., Wesleyan 
University, Middletown. 

Miller, Alanson Doiig1ac>, Paris, France. 

Mills, Lawrence Heyworth, D.D., OdTord, 
Bug. 

Nichols, John Francis, Bristol. 

Nichols, Starr Hoyt, New York. 

Nock, Albert Jay, Annandale, N. Y. 

Paddock. Robert Lewis, Southlngton. 

Peck, William Lewis, Pntnam. 

Pinney, Howard Auhtin, Suffield. 

Potter, Collis Ira, Stratford. 

Pratt. Nathan ToUes, Trenton, N. J. 

Pyncnon, Thomas Rngslos, D.D., IX.D., 
Prof., Trinity College, Hartford. 

Rafter, William Sturtevant. Darien. 

Randall, Henry Clay, Meriden. 

Roberts, Warren Hastings, Kingsville, O. 

Robinson, Josepli Baxter, Tracy. 

Royce, Alfred Lee, Chaplain, u. S. S. '' New 
York.'<^ 

Rumney, Geoi^ge, Naugatuck. 

Sawyer, Andrew Linn, Middletown. N. Y. 

Scott, James Lawrence, Wallingford. 

Selleck, Charles Melbourne, Norwalk. 

Shepard, Charles Norman, Gen. Theo. Sem- 
inary, New York. 

Shey, Lucius Wilson. 

Smith, Charles Albert, Curate, Poughketp- 
sie, N. Y, 

Smith, George Williamson. D.D.*, LL.D., 
President, Trinity College, Hartford. 

Stoddard, James, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sumner, William Graham, LL.D., Prof., Yale 
University, New Haven. 

Tradtt, Joeephus, Seymour. 

Watkins, Shureman Halsted. 

Weliman, Merritt Hubbell, Necdham, Mass. 

Welton, Xlmenns Alanson, Red Lands, Cat 

Whitiock, Harlow Ruggles, Rockville. 

WhitUker, Albert Lavine, Clinton, Mo. 

Whittlesey. Slisha, Canaan. 

Yardley, Tnomas Henry, Newport, R. I. 

Yarrlngton, Benjamin Mowatt, Rector Emer- 
itus, Greenwich. 



DIOCESE OF DALLAS. (A.D. 1896.) 

Limits.— CbmorMn^ the counties of Case, TUve, Upshur, Wood, Rains, Van Zandt. Bender- 
son, Navarro^ HUt, Bosque, ffamilton. Brown, CoUman, Runnels, Nokuh Mitchett, Boward, Martin^ 
and Andrews^ together with all the counties lying north Viereqf, in the State of Texas, 

PopnlaUon (1890), 888,979. Area, 100,000 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rst. Albxamdsb Charles Gabbbtt, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1874.) Residence, 
Dallas. 

Secretary qf Ckmvoeation.—Uon. Richard Morgan, Dallas. 

Treasurer qf Convocation.— John A. Pope, Dallas. 

Registrar,— The Rev. Edwin Wickens. 

Chancellor.— Eon. Richard Morgan. 

Standing Committee.- Clerical, the Rev. Edwin Wickens, Pres,; the Rev. James Cralth Morris, 
the Rev. William W. Patrick. Lay^ J. L. Autry, William B. Robinson, Frank H. Sparrow. 



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DALLAS. 



95 



OHUROH INSTTTUTIONS. 

8. Mary's InttUuUfor Girls, Dallas.— Rector^ the Bishop. Principal, MIse M. K. Torbert. 
Chaplain, the Kev. HDOson Stuck. 

Woman's Auxiliary, IHocssan Branch .—[Organized August, 1888.] Pres., Mrs. L. G. Wallace, 
274 Park Street, Dallas. Sec., Mrs. J. S. Thatcher, Dallas. 



STATISTICS. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Bdiflces 

Organized Parishes and MIbsIods . 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communleiines 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



80 



21 



88 


88 


40 


46 


186 


S68 


348 


»15 


8,8S1 


8,974 


171 


183 


i,m 


1,857 


$87,891 


$86,981 



The 8d Convention will be held In S. Matthew's Cathedral, Dallas, on May 10. 

THE OLBRQY. 

THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF S. MATTHEW {am. 918), DALLAS. 
Thb Bishop. 
Jkan.^The Very Bct. Hudson Stuck. 
Priest.— The Rev. James Clark Morris. 



Bishop^s Chaplain.— The Rev. Edwin WIckens. 

Bishop's Scamining Chaplains.— The Rev. William W. Patrick, the Rer. Edwin WIckens, the 
Rer. Hudson Stuck. 

Omural Mitskmary.— The Rev. Edwin WIckens. 



PABISHIS AND MISSIONS. 




OLEBOT. 


Abilene 


Heavenly Rest 

S.Andrew 

Holy Cross 


144.... 

17.... 

47... 




Araarillo. ,..,... , , 


William Taylor Douglas. 


Balid 


Big Springs 


S. Mary the Virgin .... 


83 ... 




Bonham ..... ..^^ 


Trinity 

S.Nathaniel 

8. John 


49.... 

J57.... 

57 


J. B. C. Beaabien. 


Bowie 


William Taylor Douglas. 
Churchill Eastln 


Brownwood 


Clarendon 


8, John Baptist 

Christ 

Holy Comforter 


46.... 

80.... 

65.... 

12. .. 


William Taylor Douglas. 
Julius W. Bleker. 


Clarksville 


Cleburne 


George 8. Gibbs. 
Churchill Eastln. 


Coleman 


Colorado 


All Saints 


.. . 52 


8. T Brewster, 


Comanche 


S.Matthew 

S.John 

All Saints 


86.... 

108.... 

11... 


Churchill Eastin. 


Condcana 


J. M.V.King. 
Edwin Wickens. 


Dallas 


** (Oakciifl)".".!!!!!!!!.! 


Incarnation 

Christ 

Ascension 

S.Luke 

8. Barnabas 

Trinity 

8. Thomas 

Holy Trinity 

8. Andrew 

Trinity 

S.Paul 

Holy Spirit 

8. Paul 

S.Mary 

S.Mary 

S.Mark 


156... 

55.... 

12... 

158.... 

4.... 

19.... 

69.... 

4.... 

321... 

125... 

70... 

80.... 

36 ... 

16.... 

86.... 

11.... 

8.... 


A. Basil Perry. 
James Craith Morris. 


Decatur 




DeniiKm 


John Benners Gibble. 


Denton 




Dublin 


William W. Patrick. 


Enuls 


James M. Hillvar. 


Forney. . . , 


Cathedral Clergy. 
Bartow B. Ramage. 


Port worth 




James Craith Morris. 


Oainesville \\. 




Graham 




Greenville 

Hamilton 


John E. H. Oalbraith. 
William W. Patrick. 


HUlsboro 


James M. Hillvar. 


Honey Grove 


J. B. C. Beanbien. 


Hubbard City 


James M. Hlllyar. 



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PARIBHKS AND ]|I88I0Md. 



Kanfman 

Mlneola 

McEUnney 

Morran 

Paris 

Sherman 

Sulphnr Springs.. 

Terrell 

Texarkana 

Vernon 

Waxahachie 

Weatherford 

Wichita Falls. . . . 
Wills Point 



CUURCHBS AMD COWCNICANTS. 



Our Mercifal Saviour 6... 

Grace 9... 

S.Peter 25... 

S.Peter 11... 

Holy Cross 8«... 

S . Stephen 1 06 . . . 

S. Philip 11... 

Good Shepherd 79... 

S. James 184... 

S.Michael 5... 

S.Panl 20... 

AUSainte 84... 

Good Shepherd 89. . . 

S.George 5... 



I William D.Christian. 

John E. H. Galbraith. 
William W. Patrick. 
Jnlins W. Bleker. 
Albert Rupert Llwyd. 
Edwin Wickens. 
William D. Christian. 

William Taylor Donglas. 
James M. HUlyar. 
Edwin Wickens. 
William Taylor Douglas. 
William D. Christian. 



Bronse, Henry K., Waxahachie. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Richardson, Edward R., Florida. 



DIOCESE OF DELAWABE. (A.D. 1791.) 

Population (1890), 168,498. Area, 2,120 sq. m. 
Thb Rt. Rbt. Lviohton Colbmaiy, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1888.) Residence^ Wilmington. 
Secretary of Convention.— H. Minot Curtis, Newark. 
Treasurer of Convention.— VfWW^m R. Brinokle, Highlands. 
Regietrar.—TYie Rev. Charies E. Murray, D.D. 

Standing Committee. — Clerical, the Rev. Charles E. Murray, D.D., Pres. ; the Rev. 
Ashton Henry, Sec.; the Ven. George W. Dame. Lay, Horace Burr, M.D., S. Minot Cnrtis. 



H. 



OHUROH INSTITU TiONS. 

8. MlchaeTs Day Nunery, 207 Washington St., Wilmington,— Vixder the chaige of the Sister- 
hood of All Angels. 

8. Michaefs Free Hospital for Babies, 1011 Tatnall St., Wilmington.— Vnder the charge of 
the Sisterhood of All Angels. 

Sisterhood qf All Angels, S. BaphaeTs House, Wilmington.— Chaplain, the Rev. Hibbert Henry 
Roche. 

WomanU Auxiliary, Diocesan .OronrA.— [Organized April, 1885.] Annual meeting, second 
Thursday in October ; place fixed at each annual meeting. Pres.. Mrs. C. E. Mcllvaine, 1011 Park 
Place, Wilmington. Sec, Miss Mary Laffcrty, 1818 W. 14th St., Wilmington. Treas., Mrs. William 
C. Lodge, Claymont. Cor. Sec., Miss M. T. Canby, 619 Delaware Ave., Wilmington. 



Diocesan Pfi;><r.— "The Delaware Churchmnn," New Castle. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions.... 
rnora^anized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



•:f 



1896. 


1897. 


42 


86 


2 


7 


48 


48 


88 


38 


415 


314 


208 


168 


8,067 


3,060 


279 


287 


2.716 


2,467 


$03,672 


$62,455 



The 111th Annual Convention will meet in S. Paul'u Church, Georgetown, June 1. 



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1898.) 



DELAWARE. 
THS OIiBROT. 



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Ths Bishop. 



Arehdeaconi^—WUmingtoTi : The Ven. George C. Hall ; Dover : The Ven. George Washington 
Dame. 

-The Rev. Charles B. Murray, D.D., the Rev. George C. 



The Bishop's EEaminingChaplains.— 
Hall, and the Rev. Pelham Williams, D.D. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CHURCHKS AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



Brandywine Hundred 

Bridgeville ..'.,'.'.',' 

Camden 

Christiana Hundred 

Claymont 

Clayton 

Delaware City 

Dover 

Ellis Grove 

Georgetown 

Greenville 

Harrington 

Indian River 

Laurel 

Lewes 

LittleCreek 

Long Neck 

Marshallton 

Middletown 

Milford 

Millsboro' 

Milton 

Newark 

New Castle 

Newport 

Rehoboth 

Seaford 

Smyrna 

Stanton 

Wilmington (3d& Washing- ( 

ton Sts.) S 

** (Bishopstead) .. 
" . (TthAChnrchSts.) 

" (Hlifhiands) 

(8th & Shipley . 
Sts.) \ 

(Market' St.* *&V 
Elliott Ave.).. S 
(12th St. near 

Market) 

" (Chestnut* 
.\dam8 Sts.).. 
" (Delaware Ave. i 
& Adams St.) < 



Calvary , 

Grace 27.. 

S.Mary 

S.Paul, 22.. 

Christ 110.. 

Ascension 50. . 

Trinity 68.. 

Christ 53.. 

Christ 142.. 

S.Andrew 13., 

S.Paul 63. 

S. John 28. 

S. Stephen , 

S.George 10., 

S.Philip 41. 

S. Peter 65. 

S.Mark 50. 

Trinity 16.. 

S. Barnabas 14., 

S.Anne 152 , 

Christ 70.. 

S.Mark 28.. 

8. John Baptist 11 . . 

S.Thomas 89.. 

Immanuel. 286 . . 

S. James 19. , 

All Saints 8.. 

S.Luke 121.. 

S.Peter 186.. 

S.James 46.. 

Calvary 164 . , 

Good Shepherd , 

Holy Trinity (Old Swedes).. 229., 
Immanuel 99. 

S. Andrew 841. 

S. Barnabas 11 . , 

S.John 190 , 

S.Matthew 31. 

S.Michael 35., 

Trinity 818., 



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J. Harry Chesley. 

Lawrence R. Combs. 
George M. Bond. 
Charles Albert Home. 
J. Harry Chesley. 
Francis Leonard Wells. 

George M. Bond. 
John P. Du Hamel, D.D. 
John Wamock. 
John P. Du Hamel, D.D. 
J. Leighton McKim. 
Jesse Church Taylor. 
Chester Mansfield Smith. 
Jesse Church Taylor. 
John P. Du Hamel, D.D. 
Lewis W. Wells. 
Enoch K. Miller. 
William James Wilkie. 
Joim Leighton McKim. 
Lewis Wheeler Wells. 
John Wamock. 
Rollin Alger Sawyer. 
Francis M. Munson, LL.D. 
Enoch K. MUler. 
Henry Draper Speakman. 
Lawrence R. Combs. 
(3eorge Washington Dame. 
Enoch K. Miller. 

Albert R. Walker. 

Martin Ball Dunlap. 
Kensey Johns Hammond. 

Charles £. Murray, D.D. 



George C. Hall. 
John Henry Simon. 
Harry Ranson. 
H. Ashton Henry. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Braddock. William L.. Mechanicsville, Md. 
Du Bois, George W., Essex, N. Y. 
Hoskins, Edward Carlton, Long Island City, 
N.Y. 

Karcher, Jeremiah, Philadelphia. 
Littell, Thomas Gardiner, D.D., New York. 
McKim, John Linn, Georgetown. 

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Morgan, Rol)ert Josias, Philadelphia. 

Skagen, Edward Matheson. 

Snepp. Charles George, Canada. 

Starr, William C, Philadelphia. 

Stewart, Kensey J.,D.D., Richmond, Va. 

Weil, Ellas. Germantown, Pa. 

Williams, Pelham, D.D., Greenbnsh, Mass. 



DTTITTTH. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Jjnma.—ThcU portion qf the State of Minnesota north qf the south line qf the counties of Big 
Stonst Stevens^ Pope^ Steams^ Benton^ Mule Lacs, Kanabec, and Pine, 

Population (1890), 408,099. Area, 67,000 sq. m. 

Tbb Rt. Ret. Jamvs Dow Mobrisok, D.D., LL.D., Missionary Bishop. Residence^ 488 Bast 
Second Street, Dal nth, Minn. 

Secretary qf the Oomnoil.—J. A. Bowers, M.D., Dolnth. 

li€(;ietrar,—yen. Joseph Alexander Oilnllan. 

Treasurer.^W. S. Binhop, Pln»t National Bank, Dnlnlh. 

Chartcellor.—Uon. Daniel A. Dldcinson. 

Standing Oommittee.— Clerical^ the Rev. Albert W. Ryan, D.C.L., Pres.; the ReT. James F. 
Hamilton. Lay, J. C. Small, P. W. Paine. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

8. Luke's BdspUal, Duluth.—Pres,. the Rev. Albert W. Ryan, D.CX. Sec,, W. H. Hubbard. 
TVw*., William^. PrlDdle. iSw;?/., Miss A. J. Taylor. 



Woman*s Auaiiiary, Diocesan ITmiu^-EOrganised December, 1896.1 Pres., Mrs. J. A. OiUll- 
Ian, White Earth, Minn. Sr., Mrs. LUlie W. Brooks, Adams Plats, Dnluth, Minn. 


STATISTICS. 


1896.* 


1897.* 


Clergy..... 






I»rie«t8 Ordained 




Church Bdlflces. . . , 




Organised Parishes and Mlffions * 




Unorik^niaed Parishes and Missions f 

Baptisms 




Confirmed 




Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 








Contributions 




♦ None received. 







THB OLBRGT. 

Arehdeaeon.—Tht Yen. Joseph Alexander Oilflllan, White Barth. 

Bishop^ BranHning Chaplains.— Tht Rev. E. S. W. Pentreath, the Rev. A. A. Joss, the Rev. 
James P. Hamilton. 



PARISHES AND HISSIOWS. 


CHURCHES AHD COMMtmiCANTS. 


CLKBGT. 


Aitken 


S.Johannes 


Alfred Ealin. 


Alexandria. 


John Anson McOausland. 


Ashley 


8. John 


29.... 


James F. Hamilton. 


Brainerd 


S.Panl 

S.Luke 


107.... 

29.... 


E. 8. W. Pentreath. 


Brown's Valley 


William Alfred Rimer. 


Cloquet 


8. Andrew 

Christ 


67.... 

28.... 


August A ndren.* 
Charles F. Kite. 


Crookston 


Detroit 


S.Luke 

Holy Apostles 

S.John 

8. Luke. . . 


.... B8.... 

60 

60.... 

88.... 

640.... 

10.... 


Lawrence G. Moultrie. 


Duluth(West) 


j- Edward C. Johnson. 




*< 


Samuel Pritchard. 


Eagle Bend !!!!!!.."!!.!..!!! 


S.Panl 

8. John Evanjjvliet. . . . . 


Albert W. Ryan, D.C.L. 
Robert Roy McVeitie. 
Samuel Currie. 


Euclid 


Fergus Falls 


S.James 


86.... 

30.... 




Glenwood 


William Tuson. 


Grand Kapids 


Holy Communion 

Holy Communion 

S.John 

Our Saviour 


6.... 

27.... 

.*!.*.** 70!.' ' 


AuguptAndrcn.* 
P. Biirti-n Peabody. 


Hallock 


Lake Park 


Alfred Kaiin. 


Little FalU 


A. A. Joss. 


Mentor 


Beloved Physician 


14 


(Charles P. Kite. 


Moorhead 


8. John 

S. Stephen 


60.... 

50.... 


Algernon Thomas Brown. 


New Painesvllle 


Daniel T. Booth.* 



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PABieHKS AND MISSIONS. 



OakVaUey.. 

Perham 

Reno , 

Rich wood..., 
Royalton .... 
Si. Cloud. ,. 
St. Vincent . 
Sauk Centre. 
Sank Rapids 

Srapks 

Tower , 

Virginia 

Wadena 



CHUBCHBB AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Trinity 10... 

Redeemer 18. . . 

Zion 10... 

The Holy Apostles IC... 

Grace 80... 

S.John; 129... 

Christ i8... 

Good Samaritan 82. . . 

Grace Ji8... 

S. Alban 30... 

S.Mary 83... 

S.Paul. 10... 

Grace , 12... 



[ Robert Boy McVeUie. 

William Tus«on. 
Laurence G. Moultrie. 
A. A. Joss. 
H. Frank Parshall. 
P. Barton Peabody. 
James F. Hamilton. 
H. Frank Parehall. 
David Richards. 

[ W. W. Corbyn. 

Robert Roy McVettle. 



INDIAN MISSIONS. 

The Ven. Joseph Alexander GilflUan, Archdeacon^ White Bart;K 



MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


OLSBGY. 


Big Bend 




. 22.... 
. 9.... 
. 74.... 
. 6 ... 
. 56. .. 

. 46 .. 

. 68.... 

. 8S ... 

153 .. 


Joseph Wakazoo. 


Cass Lake 


Prince of Peace 


1 George B. Morgan. 


Gull Lake . .. 


Leech Lake 


The Good Shepherd 

Holy Spirit 

Breck Memorial 

S. Anlipas 

S. John lu the Wilderness. 

Samuel Memorial 

S. Golumba 

Bpiphany 


Charles T. Wright. 


Pembina 


The Archdeacon. 


Pine Point 


George Smith. 
•Francis Willis. 


Red Lake Agency, Old ( 
ChiePs Village ( 


Ti^I^k« 


TwtnlAkw 


\ The AithdeMOB. 

) Louis Manypeimy. 

( J . Johnson (Bnmegahbowh). 

1 Frederick W. Smith. 

Mark Halt. 


White Earth Agency 


Wild Rice River 







NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Allen, Francis Aaron, St. Paul, Minn. | Wharton, W. P. N. J., York, Neb. 



DIOCESE OF EAST CAEOLIHA. (A.D. 1883.) 

'L\TH\T9,—The foUoiDing nine roun/ifjt in North Carolina: Hertford, Bertie, MarHn, PUt, 
Greene, Wayne, Sampmn, Cujnberland. and Robemn, and $uch other parte qf Vie Stale qf North 
Carolina as lie between them and the Adanlic Ocean. 



Population (1890.S 465,7 



Area, 17.470 sq. m. 



Thb Rt. Rbt. Alvrbd Auoustin Watson. D.D.. Bishop. (18S4.) SeHdence, Wilmington, 

PreeiderJ of Oouneil.—The Rev. James Carmichael, D.D., Wllininglon, N. C. 

Secretary cf (youncU.—Ths Rev. Frederick Nash Skinner, Clinton, N. C. 

Treaettrer.—W. L. De Rosset. Wilmington, N. C. 

Begislrar.^^nhnm Daves, Newbeme. 

Chancdlor.— 

Standing OommUtm.^ Clerical, the Rev. Nathaniel Harding, Free.; the Rev. James Car- 
michael, D.D., the Rev. Robert Strange, D.D. Lay^ William L. De Rosset, M.D., Sec.; George U. 
Roberts. ^^ , 

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OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Trinity School^ Ckoeowinity.— Rector, the Rev. Nicholas Collin Haghes. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Omn\ze6. May, 1888.] ' Annaal meeting: time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Sec. and Treas.^MTB. Nathaniel Harding, Washington. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 

Prie>l8 Ordained 


26 

*'64 

45 

18 

828 

224 

3,868 

868 

2,548 

6 

147 

18 

62 

$88,071 


24 
1 


Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missionn 

Unorganiised Parishes and Missions 


68 
46 
21 


Biiptisms 

Confirmed 


881 
269 


Communicants 


8,688 


Sunday School Teachers 


861 


Sunday School Scholars 


2,440 


Parish School Teachers 





Parish School Scholars 


250 


Industrial School Teachers 


19 


Industrial School Scholars 


79 


Contributions .. 


$81,809 





The 15th Annual Council will meet in Christ Church, Newbeme, N. C, May 19. 

THIS OXJaRQY. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop's Bxaminina Chaplains.— The Rev. Jame^ Carmichael, D.D.. the Rev. Robert Strange. 
D.D., the Rev. Robert Brent Drane, D.D., the Rev. Nathaniel Harding, the Rev. Thomas Morduit 
Nelson George, the Rev. Louis Llewellyn Williams. 

^a»ia«/i«/«.— Convocation of Wilmington: The Rev. Edward Wodtten, Wilmington ; Convoca- 
tion of Edenton: The Rev. Frank B. Ticknor, Washington. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CHimCBBS AND OOVMUNICANTS. 



Atkinson. 
Aurora.... 

AvocA 

Bath 

Beaufort.. 



Beaufort County . 



**(I)urham'8 Creek) 
•' (Chocowlnlty). 



S.Thomas 11 

Chapel of the Cross 42 

Holy Innocents 11 

S. Thomas 71 

S. Clement 18 

S.Paul 105 

S.James 18 

29 



Bethel (Pitt County) 

Camden Court House . . . . 

Chad bourn 

Clinton 

Coleraine 

Columbia 

Craven Co 

Cumberland Co 

Dover 

Edenton 



S. John 

;Trinity 

'Zion 119 

S. Stephen 2 

S.John 

1 



Edward's Mills. 



S.Paul 40 



S. Andrew 

S. Thomas 6 

S. Thomas 28 

1 



8. Paul 92 

S. John Evangelist 56 

6 



Edward Wootten. 
Nicholas Collin Hughes. 
Edward Philip Green. 
Francis Joyner. 



Francis Joyner. 
[ Frank B. Ticknor. 

Francis Joyner. 

Louis Llewellyn Williams. 
Edward Wootten. 
Frederick Nash Skinner. 
Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 
Luther Ebom. 

Thomas Morduit Nelson George. 
Frederick Nash Skinner. 
Edward Wootten. 
Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 
j Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 
1 William James Herrltage. 
Nicholas Collin Hughes. 

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101 



PARISHES AKD MISSIONS. 


CHUBCUES AKD COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBB6T. 


EllxabethClty 


Christ 

S.Philip 


87.... 

18.... 

9.... 


Louis Llewellyn Williams! 
j Louis Llewellyn Williams. 
i William James Herritage. 

[ Edward Wootten. 


Elizabethtown *. 


FAifK)!) 


S.Gabriel 

Ehnmanuctl 

8. Andrew 

S. John 

S.Philip 

S.Joseph 

S.Peter 

S.Mary ... 

S.Stephen 

S.Paul 

S.Martin 


9... 

17.... 

'..■.■.*. '.'.882". '.**. 

.'.'.■.'.*■.. 9!".'.. 

30.... 

17.... 

38.... 

27.... 


Farmville 

Payettevilie 


Frank B. Ticknor. 

j^ Isaac Wayne Hughes. 




»i 


Frederick Nash Skinner. ' 


(1 
Gates Connty 


William Montgomery Jackson. 
} Frank B. Ticknor. 


Oatesville 


Qoldsboro 




Greenville 


Alban Greaves. 


Hamilton.,.. . ..., 


Walter Johnston Smith. 


Hertford 

Hyde County (Sladesville).. . . 

'' *' <Lake Landing). 

*• ** (Fairfield) 


Holy Trinity 

S. John Baptist 

8. (Jeorge.... 


60.... 

V.V.'.'.'. 48*.'.'.'. 
« 


Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 
> Samuel Swann Barber. 


*• " (Swan Quarter). 
Kinston 


4.... 


Alban Greaves. 


S.Mary 


65.... 

2 .. 


La Grange 




Lake Waccamaw 


9 


j- Edward Wootten. 


Lenoir County 


Holy Innocents 


29.... 


Alban Greaves. 


Makelyville 


S.John 

S.Matthew 

8. Barnabas 

Christ 

8. Cyprian 

8. Augustine 

S.John 

S.Michael 

Grace 


15.... 

15.... 

14.... 

281.... 

74.... 

12.... 

65.... 


Samuel Swann Barber. 
Edward Wootten. 


Murfreesboro 

Newbeme 


Frank B. Ticknor. 

i- Thos. Morduit Nelson George. 

Francis Joyner. 


(t 


Pantego 


Pitt County 


j- Alban Greaves. 

Edward Philip Green. 
Ekiward Wootten. 


« -^ 


Plymouth 


PoUocksville 


1... 


Bnckfl-h . , , 


Christ 


Frederick Nash Skinner. 


Rozobel 


S.Mark 


12.... 


Frank B. Ticknor. 


Scuppemong 

SnowHillT? 


S.David 


76 ... 


Luther Ebom. 


S. Barnabas 

S. John 


24 ... 

4 




South Mills 


Louis Llewellyn Williams. 


Southport 

Stonewall 


S.Philip 


48.... 

11.... 


Edward Wootten. 
I^Thos. Morduit Nelson George. 
Frank B. Ticknor. 


Trenton 

Vanceboro 


Grace 

S.Paul 

8. Peter 

Advent 

S.Luke 

8. John 

Advent 

Good Shepherd 

8. James 


20.... 

67.... 

215.... 

*.'.'.*.*.".*. 54.!*.' 

28 ... 

85... 

112.... 

466 


Washington 


Nathaniel Harding. 
[ Luther Ebom. 


Washington Connty (Roper) . . 


Weeksville 


Louis Llewellyn Williams. 
Edward Philip Green. 
j Robert Strange, D.D. 
1 George Meredith Tolson. 
Robert Strange, D.D. 


Williamston 


Wilmington (6th &Queen Sts.) 

(8d& Market Sts.) 
(8d& Rod Cross/ 

Sts.) f 

(6th & Mulberry* 

Sts.) .f 

(4th A Orange i 


S.John 


91.... 


James Carmichael, D.D. 


S.Mark 

S.Paul 


167.... 

74. .. 


Edmund Robert Bennett. 


Sts.)... f 

Windsor 


8. Thomas 

Good Shepherd 


45.... 




Winfall V.'.V.'V. 


Robert Brent Drane, D.D. 


Winton 


8. John 

Grace 


21.... 

30 ... 


[ Frank B. Ticknor. 


Woodville 


Yeatesville 


Francis Joyner. 












NON-PAROCHIAL. 



John Steyenson, LL.D., Newbeme, I 
C. 



Matthias, Wm., D.D., North Cramer Hill,N. J. 
Morrelle, Daniel. New York. N. Y. 



DIOCESE OF EASTOir. (A.D. 1868.) 

L1MIT8.— 7%€ counties of Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne, Somerset, Talbot, 
Wicomico, and Worcester', in the State (^Maryland. 

Popalation (1890), 184,097. Area, 8,888 Bq. m. 

Ths Rt. Bit. William Fobbbs Adams, D.D., D.C.L., Bishop. (1875.) Sesidenee, Baston, Md. 

Secretary of OonverMon,— The Rev. Edward R. Ridi, Baaton, Md. 

Treasurer.— WVHiBm H. Adkine, SaatOD, Md. 

Jietyistrar.— The Rev. Leonidas Bradley Baldwin, Baston, Md. 

Chanc^lor.—B.on. James A. Pearce, Chestertown, Md. 

Standing Committee— The Rev. James A. Mitchell, Prw,; the Rev. Stephen C. Roherta, D.D., 
the Rev. Oliver H. Morphy, D J>., Sec, ; the Rev. Wordsworth Toang Beaven, the Rev. Algenum 
Batte. 

OHUROH INSTITU TIONS. 

Oirls^ Friendly Society in America.— (^o diocesan officers.) One branch : 8. Mary Anne 
Parish, S. Mark's Chapel (Prenchtown). Sec., Miss Qlynn, Alstone. Perry vllle, Md. AssoeUUe 
for Commended Membei'S, Miss H. W. Whittingham, Alstone, Perryville, Cecil Co., Md. 

''Home for Friendless Children of the Eastern Shore qf Maryland.'"— Pres., Mrs. A. D. Irwin, 
Snow Hill, Worcester Co. Treas., Mrs. J. E. M. Chamberlaine. Cor. Sec^ Miss Sarah D. Rob- 
eru, Baston . Bee. Sec., Miss George F. Beaven, Hillsboro\ Matron, Miss Katherine Dryden. 

rprganixed Angnet, 1889.1 Annual meeting : tine 



, I,— fprgi „ . ^ _^ 

and_place of Diocesan Convention. __/>«^.i Mre. A. B. Phveick. Port Deposit, Md. ^., Mrs. 



Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch,- 



. Adams, Easton, Md. Treas., Miss J. P. Dawson, Baston, Md. 



Diocesan Papfr.—" Chorch Affairs.'* Editors, the Very Rev. Edward R. Rich and the Rev. 
James A. MitcheU, Baaton, Md. 



STATISTICS. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Bdiflcee 

(Organized Paristi^ and Missions i 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions j* 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commnnicanta 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



55 



S76 


289 


194 


177 


3,178 


8,871 


292 


804 


1,947 


2,049 


$82,585 


$87,886 



The aoth Annual Convention will be held in S. Paul's Church, CJentreville, on June 7. 

THB OLBRQY. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL (com. Ill), BASTON. 
Thb Bishop. 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Bdward R. Rich. 



Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. George F. Beaven, the Rev. Wordsworth Young 
Beaven, the Rev. William Schouler. 

7><»an*.— Northern Convocation : The Rev. Giles B. Cooke ; Middle Convocation : The Rev. 
Jamea A. MitcheU ; Southern Convocation : The Rev. Oliver H. Murphy, D.D. 

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EA8I0K. 



103 



PABI5URS AHD H1MION8. 



The Holy Trinity 
8. John 



0HUB0HS8 AND OOMMUNICAKTS. 



Aoginstine.. 
North Elk.. 



OABOUMK COUKTT. 

Holy Trinity, Oreenaboro'... 63. 
S. Paul, UllJBboro' &8. 

S-Mnry'-Whttecluipel ] 2''^i^^Sii^u\:\\\\ \ 47., 

CECIL COUWTT. 

Good Shepherd 

S. Angasune 

S. Mary, Northeast 

S. Markka ChM, PerryvUle . 

8. John's Chapel 

S. Stephen 

CecUton Chapel 

S. James, Port Deposit. 
Trinity, Elkton 

DOBOBBSTBB COUNTT. 

Trinity t7. 

S. Stephen 46. 

Christ, Cambridge ) 

8. John's Chapel >208. 



North Sassafras. 

8. James 

Trinity 



Dorchester .., 

Bast New Market. 



Great Choptank. . 
Vienna 



apleDam. ) 



8. James* ChM,MapleDam 
S.Paul 41 

KENT COUNTT. 

Emmanuel, Chestertown.. i <,^ 

Chapel f"" • 

Chrlrt 64.. 

S.Clement t am 

Holy Cross OhM.Milliiigton | 

8'"-«-7 1 i''i:-;;sS;'7.&'!(H.«i( "•• 

S. Panl Is. Paul 101 . 



Chester 

I.U 

North Kent 



Christ Church.. 

S.Luke 

8. Paul 



quBBK Aura oofmrr. 

Christ, Kent Island 28.... 

8. Luke, Chnrch Hill I ^,- 
8. Andrew'sChl.Sndlersv. f "**••*• 
8. Paul, Centrevlile 16«. . . . 



Samuel Johnston French. 
Georjjc F. Beaveu. 

George 8. Fitshugh. 



Giles B. Cooke. 

Tiiomas Duncan, D.D. 

Alexander Miller Rich. 
William Scbouler. 

James L. Bryan. 
Philip D. Thompson. 

Thomas Carter Page. 

Philip D. Thompson. 

Stephen C. Roberts, D.D. 
C. T. Denroche. 
Albert Ware. 

Samuel Edson. 
C. T. Denroche. 

Charies 8. Bpencer, D.D. 
Willfaoi W. Kimball. 
James A. Mitchell. 



QUBB!« ANNB AND TALBOT COVNTIBS. 

W7« {|l:i:Sl;^o';^iMiWi"::::}«--lA'«5«-<>»B.tte. 



CoYentry.. 



Somerset. . . 
Wicomico. 



SOMBRSBT OOUHTT, 

8. Stephen, Falrmount. . . , 

8. Mark, Kingston 

8. Paul, Animmessex... ., 

S.John, Crisfleld 

8. Andrew, Princess Anne 

All Sainto, Monie 

Grace 



163.... 



171... 
fiO.... 



OHrer H. Murphy, D.D. 

Edward Benedict. 
WUUam GiUls Woolford. 



SOMBRSBT AKD WORCESTBB OOUMTIXa. 



■)F 



IS. Maiy, Pocomoke City.. 

Pocomoke -(8. Stephen^s Chapel, Nas- 

^' waddux 

TALBOT COUKTT. 

All Saints I 

Good Shepherd Chapel 
S.John 



MUes Birer . 



S.Michael. 



8. Peter 

Whitemarah., 



Chapel 
irfst 



f- 



96.. 
60 



Chapel, 



100. 



Chrl 

Holy Innocents* 

Claiborne 
8. Paul's Ch'l, Royal Oak. J 

Chriot Church, Baston 204. 

8. Paul, Trappe 

Qraoe Chapel, Oxford. 



;[ll8.. 



George C. Sutton, D.D. 



Wordsworth Toung BeaTen. 



John Ogle Warfleld. 

Leonidas Bradley Baldwin. 
John Gibson Qantt 



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[1898. 



PABI8HB8 AMD MIS8IOM8. 



Salisbnry 

Spring Hill I 

Stepney •! 

AUHaUows ] 

Worcester | 

S. Paurs by the Sea 



CHDR0HK8 AND COJtMUNICAMTB. 



WlOOmCO COUNTY. 

S. Peter, Salisbury 191 ... 

8. Peter, Spring Hill ) -<y, 

8. Philip, Quantico ) w7.... 

S.Bartholomew * -^ 

S. Mary, Tyaskin f **• •• 

WOBCBSTEB OOUNTT. 

All Hallows, Snow Hill.. . . I iqa 
Holy Cross (hiM.Sandy Hill \^^"-- 

S. Paol, Berlin tini . 

S.Martin fi04.... 

S. Paul's by the Sea Chapel.. 9 . . . 



AMn Jones Vanderbogart. 
Franklin Bache Adklns. 



Stephen J. Morgan. 
V David Howard. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Bnmham, Norman H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Qrahara, George C, General Theological 
Seminary, New York. 

Greene, WilUam Wallace, Chorch Creek, 
Dorchester Co., Md. 



Gray, John B., Oxford, Talbot Co., Md. 
Hardcastle, Edward Mortimer, Jr., Prea., 
Maryland Nautical Academy, Baston. 
Vandyne, Charles H. 



DIOCESE OF FLOEIDA. (A.D. 1838.) 

hauT^.—That portion of the State qf Florida tying north qf atid indttding the countUt of 
Levs/t AiachuUt Putnam^ and St. John'e. 

Population, 800,000. Area, 21,919 sq. m. 

The Rt. Hit. Bdwin Gardnbb Weed, D.D., Bishop. (1886.) SeHdence, 969 Riverside Ave., 
Jacksonville. 

Secretary qf Owind/.— The Rev. Clarence C. Leman, Gainesville. 

Treasurer of Diocese.— BAjtaon^ D. Knight, Jacksonville. 

Registrar.— The Ven. Brooke G. White, Jacksonville. 

Chancelior.— The Hon. D. A. Finlayson, Montlcello. 

Standing OommiUee.— Clerical, the Rev. Van Winder Shields^D.D., Pres. ; the Rev. George 
H. Ward, the Ven. William H. Carter, D.D., LL.D. Lay, W. W. Hampton, H. S. Dotterer, 
R. D. Knight, See., Jacksonville. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 



Christ Church School, Pensaoola. 
Snowden Hatty Macclenny. 
S. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville. 
S. Mark's School, PvUatka, 



Woman'' s Auxiliary, Diocesan 0ram?A.— [Organized 1879.] Annnal meeting: time i 
of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. John Freeman Yonng, Charch and Market Sts., 
vllle. Cor. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. J. H. Barton, 111 Market St., Jacksonville. 



and place 
Jackson- 




1897. 



Clergy 

Prieste Ordained 

Charch Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Coromnnicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



86 



815 
206 

8,076 
888 

1,866 
$85,666 



The 55th Annual CoancU will meet in Christ Charch, Penaacola, on May 4. 



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TUB OLERQT. 

The Bishop. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Oeorse H. Ward, the Ven. WilUam H. Carter, 
D.D., LL.D., the Rev. Van Winder Shields, I>.D., the Rev. N. B. Poller. 

Archdeacons.— Eastern Convocation : the Yen. Clarence C. Leman; Middle Convocation : the 
Ven. William H. Carter, D.D., LL.D.; Western Convocation : the Ven. 
Colored Work : the Ven. Brooke G. White. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Apalachicola.. 
Arredondo. ... 
Bitfcayne Bay . 

Carabelle 

Cedar Key 

Colnmbia 

Crescent City . 
De Pnnlak.... 



Federal Point. 
Femandlna. 



Port George, Mayport. 
Gainesville 



Green Cove Springs. 

Greenville 

Harrington 

HibemTa 

High Springs 

Huntington 

Interladien 

Jacksonville 



Lake City. 
Live Oak . 
Lloyds.. 



Lone Star 

Macclcnny 

Madison 

Mandarin 

Marlanna 

Melrose 

Miami 

MIcanopy 

Milton 

Monricelk) 

New Berlin 

Orange Heights. 

Orange Park 

PalfSka 



Pensacola. 



PicolaU 

Quincv 

San Mateo 

Springfield 

St. Angnstine. 



St. Nicholas 

Sonth Arlington 

South Jacksonville . 

Starke 

Tallahassee 



Trinity 97. 

16. 



CHUBOHBS AND COMVUNICANTS. 



Ascension 27. 

Christ Church «. 



Holy Comforter 86 

S.Agatha 18. 



S. Paul 14 

Good Shepherd 25. 

S. Peter 188. 

S.George 80. 

HolyTrUiity 168. 

8. Augustine 28., 

S.Mary 29. 



S.John 

S. Margaret. 



10., 
27. 

All Saints 27. 

8. Stephen 12.. 

Good Shepherd 170., 

S. Andrew 168 . 

S.John 562. 

S.Philip 90. 

S.Stephen 44. 

S.James 28 

15. 

17. 



Christophf^r L. Pindar. 
George William Gilmour. 
.; Henry Danlop. 

Francis R. Holeman. 
'William H. Phillips.* 
.IGeorgeH. Ward. 

Ehenezer Gay. 
William H. Phillips.* 

!- Ehenezer Gay. 

WiUiam H. Phillips.* 
Clarence C. Leman. 

Reginald H. Starr, D.D.* 
Wniiam H. Carter. D.D., LL.D. 

Reginald H. Starr, D.D.* 
George William Gihnonr. 
.George H. Ward. 
I R. Noyes Avery, D.D. 
I W. S. Simpson Atmore. 
Robert E. Gmbh. 
iVan Winder Shields, D.D. 
Brooke G. White. 
, Reginald H. Weller, D.D. 



Curtis Grubb. 



Good Shepherd 4. 

S.James 19. 

S.Mary 10. 

Our Saviour 16. 

S. Luke 44. 

Trinity 49. 



20. 



S.Mary 36. 

Christ 46. 

Our Merciful Saviour 16. 



Grace. 
S.Mark 



11. 
.110. 



S.PhUIp 27. 

Christ. 875. 

S.Catherine 48. 

S. Cyprian 19. 

S. John 

S.Paul 8. 

S.Paul 19. 

S. Matthew 10. 

S. Mary 

S.Cyprian 18. 

Trinity 178. 

Emmanuel 15. 



All Saints 88. 

S.Mark 9. 

S.John 187. 

S. Michael and All Angels . . 14. 



i[ 

Nathaniel B. Fuller. 

Brooke G. White. 

Curtis Grubb. 

William H. Carter, D.D., LL.D. 

John Rose.* 

, Albert Bertrand Whitcombe. 

; George WilHam Gilmour. 

Henry Dun lop. 

George William Gilmour. 

Charles E. MacDougall. 

Nathaniel B. Fuller. 

WUHam H. Phillips.* 

George William Gilmour. 

William H. Phillips.* 

R. Noyes Avery, D.D. 

David I). Moore. 

Percival H. Whaley. 

Herbert Brown Trussell. 

Brooke G. White. 



De Witt C. Loop.* 
Van Winder Shields, D.D. 
Peter William Cassey. 
Charles M. Sturges. 
Peter William Cassey. 
Henry Dunlop. 
Lewis Henry Xighthipe. 
Francis R. Holeman. 

\ WUliam H.Carter, D.D., LL.D. 



* Officiating by permission. 



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PARI8HK8 AND XISSIONS. 


CHUBCHSS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


dJCBOT. 


Waldo 


S.Paul 18.... 

S.John 


FraDcis R. HolemftD. 


Warrlnfftoii 




Welftka. 


ftmnanoel 11.... 


George H. Ward. 


Wewahltchka 


S. John Baptist 17. . .. 



Bran, Bmile Uljsces, Port Alleghany, Pa. 
Bnrr. Bly C, Scandale, N. Y. 
If arris. Normand B., Weldon, N. C. 
f ^andsboger, Robert, Fishkill, N. T. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Mitchell, Geoige Cadell, Lompoc, Cal. 
Walton, J. Bvarts, Detroit, lUch. 
Tonng, Joseph H. 



BIOCESE OF FONS J>V LAC. (AD. 1875.) 

JjtMm.^Att that part qf th$ BtaU t^ W\»con»in lying north and east of the south HneqfShe. 
boygan^ Fond du Lae, Ormn Lake, Marquette, Adams, Wood, and Clark counties, and east qf the 
west line of Mange 4 west, continued to the northern boundary qf the State qf Wisconsin, and also 
sttch portion qfVodQe County as is or may be induded in the city qf Waupun. 

Population 0890), 600,000. Area, »7,000 sq. m. 

Thi Bt. Rkt. Charlm Chapman Grafton, D.D., Bishop. (1889.) Residence, Fond dn Lac 

Secretary qf Diocese.— ThQ Bar. Lacias Daniel HopUns, Sheboygan. 

Treasurer qf Diocese,— 'EmaelL J. Perry, Fond dn Lac. 

Registrar.— TtM'IiiBY, Charles B. Taylor, Fond do Lac. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, The Rer. William Dafter. D.D., Ftes. ; the Rev. Lncins Daniel 
Hopkins, Sec.: the Rer. Charles A. Hayden, the ReT. Newell D. Stanley. Lay, J. B. Perry, C. A. 
Gaftowiyr, G. L. Field. 

OHUROH ZNSTITUTIONB. 

Cathedral Choiir School^ Fond du Lac.— Warden, the Rev. Charles Bdi^ar Taylor. 

Oirls* Friendly Society in Ameiica.^i^o diocesan officers.) One parochial branch : Stevens 
Point. /Sfc., Mrs. K. A. Cook, 8. Agnes by the Lake. iS^, Miss Lydia Perry, Ahnapee. 

Orqfton ffall, Fond du Lac.— The Diocesan School for Girls. Warden, the Rev. Benjamin 
Talbot Rogers. 

Mission House cf the Holy Nativity, Fond du Xac.—Sisters of the Holy Nativity. Bister 
Rebecca in charge. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan BmncA.— [Organized Jnly, 1884.] Annual meetinff : time and 
place designated by the Bishop. Pres^ . Cor. Sec, Mrs. Hugh L. 

Burleson, Waupaca. Treas., Mrs. J. B. Perry, Fond du Lac. 



Diocesan Paper.— ** The Diocese of Fond du Lac," Fond dn Lac. 
Manager, the Rev. George Woodward Lamb, Oconto, Wis. 



Editor, the Bishop. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


48 

2 

56 

46 

2 

887 

861 

8,697 

269 

2,202 

$54,676 


48 


PriestK Oidained 


6 


Church Edifices 


54 


Organized Parishes and Missions 


46 


Unrtn^anized Parishes and Missions 


2 


BfipfiRITVI ......,..,....»..,,. . , ..... ^ 


460 


Confirmed 


421 


Communicants ,. 


8,815 


Sunday School Teachers 


287 


Sunday School Scholars 


2,418 


Parish School Teachers 


^ 8 


Parish School Scholars ... 


28 


Contributions. , 


$50,349 


' 





The 24th Annual Council will be held at S. Paol's Cathedral, Fond du Lac, June 7. 



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THB OXiERQY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP S. PAUL (com. W7). POND DU LAC. 

Thb Bishop. 

Clergy.— The Rev. Benjamin Talbot Rogen, tbe Rer. Charlet Bdgar Taylor, the Rev. John 
Sword. 



Bishop's EjoamiMs^ OAapi<ant.— The Rev. Walter RaaseU Gardner, D.D., tbe Rev. Hugh L. 
Barleson. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



OHUBCQES AMD OOMMUMICANT8. 



Ahnapee 

Amherst .... 

Antigo 

Apjpiecon... . 

Ashland 

Bayfield . ... 

Berlin 

Big Snamico. 
Centralia . . . 

Cblltun 

Dykesville.... 
Fish Creek . . 

Oarduer 

Green Bay.... 

Hayton 

Jacksonport . 
Kaakaana ... 
Manitowoc... 

Marinette 

Marsbfleld 

Medford 

Menasha 

Merrill 

Mosinee 
Nelllsville .. 

Oakfleld 

Oconto 

Omro 

Oneida 

Oshkosh 



Plymonth 

Rhinelander 

Ripon 

Ri>eenda]e 

Shawano 

Sheboyiran 

Sheboygan Falls. 

Stevens Point 

Sturgeon Bay.... 

Tomahawk 

Two Rivers 

Washbam 

Waapaca 

Wanpnn 

Waosan 



S.Agnef 91.. 

S.Olaf SS7.. 

S. Joseph 28.. 

Grace 107.. 

S. Andrew 80.. 

Christ 28.. 

Trinity 63 . 

S.Panl 16.. 

8. John 40.. 

Grace 28. . 

S.Mary 

Atonement 6.. 

Precious Blood 112 . 

Chrirt 174.. 

S. Michael 12., 

Holy Nativity 82., 

AUSainU , 

S. James 187 . , 

S.Panl. 91. 



S.Mary 28. 

8. Stephen 48. 

Ascension 45. 

S.James 24. 

S.Luke 17. 

Grace 48. 

S.Mark IW. 

S.Paul 28. 

Hobart 258. 

Grace , 

S. Paul 67. 

Trinity 650. 

S.Paul 95. 

S.Augustine ... 85. 

S.Peter 12S. 

S.Mark 8. 

S.John 38. 

Grace 151. 

S. Peter 88. 

Int<'r«*e8fion 429. 

Christ 25. 

S.Barnabas 11. 

S. Paul 9. 

S.John t8 

S. Mark 90. 

[Trinity 81. 

S.John 65. 



j Walter Russell Gardner, D.D. 
} Harrr Wood Bluckman. 
Hugh L. Bnrleson. 

William Dafter. D.D. 
William J. Cordick. 
Andrew Harper, Jr. 
A. George £. Jenner. 
WilliamlDafter, D.D. 
Clarence H. Branscombe. 
William Taylor Dakin. 

Joeeph Jameaon. 
J. B. Gauthier. 
C. M. Pullen. 
wmiamTayk>r Dakin. 
Joseph Jameson. 
WiUiam Darter, D.D. 
Sidney Robert Spencer Gray. 
William T. Schepeler. 

George Henry Kaltenbach. 

Herbert Sergent Webster. 
Walter Gardner Blossom. 
John A. Can*. 

Henry Ormond Rlddell. 
George Woodward Lamb. 
A. George E. Jenner. 
j Frank W. Merrill. 
1 Cornelius Hill. 

Merton Cyrus Andrews. 

\ John w. Greenwood. 

) Franklin R. Haff. 
Daniel C. Hinton. 

Charles A. Hayden. 

George Woodward Lamb. 
Lucius Daniel Hopkins. 
Newell D. Stanley. 
Reginald H Welfer, Jr. 
Wnltcr Rnsseli Gardner, DD. 
Walter Gardner Blossom. 
Shfney Robert Spencer Gray. 
Georgr Shclton. 
Hugh L. Burieson. 
C;eorge II. 8. Somervllle. 
John A. Carr. 



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NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Blyroan, John. Oehkoeh. 
N«88banm, Jonn D., New York. 
Kaker, James Martin, Philadelphia. 



Smith, J. H., Jamaica, Long Island. N. Y. 
l^owbridee, Walter 8., Philadelphia. 
Upjohn, Jame6 Atchison, Fond du Lac. 



DIOCESE OF OEOBOIA. (A.D. 1823.) 

Population 0890), 1,887,858. Area, 68,000 aq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rxt. Clelakd Einlooh Nblson, D.D., Bishop. (1898.) Seiidwce^ 23 Forest Ave. 
Office^ The Tower, corner of Hunter and Washington Sts., Atlanta. 

Secretary qf Convention — The Rev. Frederick F. Reese, Macon. 

Treaturtrqf Diocete.—WUWtan K. Miller, Angnsta. 

JT^^i^^rar.— WUliam N. Hawks, Atlanta. 

Standing Committ^.^ Clerical, the Rev. Channcey C. Williams, D.D., Pre$. ; the Rev. Charles 
H. Strong, the Rev. Frederick F. Reese. Lay, Frank H. Miller, W. H. Trezevant, Z. D. Harrison, 
Sec.y Atlanta. 

OH0ROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Bishop Elliott Church School for OirU, S. Philippe Chapel, Atlanta— In charge of the Sisters 
of the Resurrection. 

Tlie Angon Dodge Home for Boyn, Frederica.— The Rev. Anson G. Phelps Dodge, Jr., in charge. 

T?ie Appleton Church. Home. SiBter Katharine In charge. Treaturer, Luther Williams, Macon . 

The Julia P. Jonet Home for Indigent Ladies^ Macon,— The Rev. Frederick F. Reese, Chaplain, 

Ths Orphant^ Home, Savannah.— Mn. Wlswell, Matron. Treasurer, Mrs. C. L. Jones. 

The Samuel Benedict Memorial School, Cedartoum.— The Rev. Geoige B. Benedict, PreHdent. 

The Slelereofthe Holy Resurrection, a Diocesan order, Atlanta.— AddresB Sister Mary Frances. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [OTganized June, 1689.] Annual meeting : day after 
Diocepan Convention. Sec., Mrs. Frank H. Miller, Snmraervllle, Aiigii(<ta. 



Diocesan Paper.—*' The Church In Georgia." Editor, the Bishop. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Cleigy 


44 

'*8i 

85 

88 

589 

461 

6,854 

491 

4,661 

15 

638 

28 

308 

$124,894 


49 


Prlesta Ordained 




(?hnrch Edifices 


81 


( >r^nized Parishes and Missions 


95 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


34 


Baptisms 

Confirmed 


572 
506 


Communicants 


6,951 


Sunday School Teachers 


498 


Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 


4,6T8 

16 

663 


Industrial School Teachers 


M 


Industrial School Scholars 


364 


Contributions 


$124, i:« 







The 76th Annual Convention vrlll be held in 8. John's Church, Savannah, M^y 18. 

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THE OZ«ERGT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP THE HOLY TRINITY {.com. 588), ATLANTA 
(Hunter and Washington Streets). 

Thk Bishop. 
Dean.^The Very Rev. Albion W. Enighc. 
Ccmont.— The Rev. John Newton McCormlck, the Rer. Allard Barawell. 



Arekdeacons.—AiitiTita, : The Yen. William M. Walton ; Angnsta : The Yen. Samnel B. Car- 
penter. 

City MUsUmaries.—The Rev. Canon Barnwell, the Rev. Clarence D. Frankel, Atlanta ; the 
Yen. John F. Milbank, Albany. 

BUhop't Bxaminina C^^ogtoiiw.— The Rev. Joseph W. Tnmer, the Rev. Herman Baldwin 
Dean, the Yery Rev. Albion w. Knight, the Yen. Samuel B. Carpenter, the Rev. Channoey C. 
Williams, D.D.,the Rev. Charles T. A. Pise, the Rev. Wiley Jones Page, the Rev. FredericK P. 
Rc^se, the Rev. Charles H. Strong, the Rev. D. Watson Winn. 



PABISna AND MI8SI0K8. 



Albany 

Americns 

Athens 

AtlanU. *.*.*."' '.*.'.!*.'.'.'.'*.;.* ! 

**- (Hapeville) 

" (PlnmSt) 

*' (Washington Heights) 

" (North, Woods St.; 

nearPeachtreeSt.) f 

'• (Walker A Fair Sto.) 

•• (Decatur) 

" (EastPoint) 

" (Gordon A Ashby I 

8U.) f 

" (241 Auburn Ave.).... 
" (Prior & Houston ♦ 

8te.> f 

Angnsta (Telfair A Kol- f 

lockSts.) f 

'* (Oreen A Milledge \ 

Sts., Harrlsbnrg) ( 

•' (Walton Way,8um- J 

merville) ( 

** (Bayvale) 

" (Telfair St) 

** (Reynolds & Wash- ) 

ington Sis.) f 

Austin 

Bainbridge 

Blackshear 

Brunswick (Monk A Albany ( 

Sts.^ f 

(E A J Sts.) 

** (Gloucester & I 
Bgmont SU.). f 

CTalhoun 

Camden Co. (Owens Perry) . . 

(S.Mary) 

(Satllla Bluff)... 

CarroUton 

Cartersville 

Cave Spring 

Cedartown 

Chatham Co 



OHUBCHIS AMD COMMITMIOANTS. 



S.Paul 158. 

Calvary 48. 

Emmanuel 1S4. 

S.Mary 88 

The Cathedral Missions : 

Christ 8. 

Good Shepherd 7. 

Holy Comforter , 

Holy Innocents , 

Holy Redeemer 90. , 

Holy Trinity ;. !».. 

S.Paul 85 

Incarnation 115., 

S.Paul 68.. 

S.Luke 788., 

Atonement 84.. 

CJhrist 91.. 

(Sood Shepherd 174., 

Redeemer , 

S. Mary's Chapel 62 

S.Paul 892. 

S.Paul 4. 

S.John 80. 

AUSalnts 7. 

S. Athanasius 196. 

S. Jude.. 48., 

S.Mark 192.. 

S.James 2. 

Messiah ) 

Messiah > 88.. 

S.Clement ) 

S.Margaret 9.. 

Ascension 48., 

Gk)od Shepherd 

S. James 

S.Mark 196.. 

* Officiating by license. 



Herman Baldwin Dean. 
Troy Beatty. 



Allard Barnwell. 
Clarence D. Frankel. 



i 

Wyllys Rede, D.D. 

William A. Green. 

) John Newton McConnick. 

I Clarence D. Frankel. 

Samuel B. Carpenter. 



Hunter Davidson. 



Channcey C. Williams, D.D. 

William M. Walton. 
(3eorge Mason Davidson.* 
John Frederick Milbank. 

John James P. Perry. 



Henry E. Lucas. 



(Seorge H. Penwick.* 



George B. Benedict. 
William R. McConnell. 



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PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Clarkeville 
Columbus . 



Cordele . 
DaltoD.. 
Barien.. 



De Witt 

Dablin 

Ela^iman 

Fitzgerald 

Fort Valley. 
Frcdcrica 



j Grace 

I Holy CrosB 

S. Mary 

Trinity 

Christ 

S.Mark 

S. Andrew 

S, Cyprian 

S. John Baptist. 



" (St. Slmon'aBeach). 
" (St. Simon's MilJs).. 

Gainesvillo 

Greensboro' 

Griffin.,, 

Grovetown 

Hawkiusville 

Jeeap 

Kingatou 

La Grange 

Macou (WHlnut between 2d ( 
& 3d Sts.) f 

*' (3d bet. Hawthorne [ 
& Hazel 8tsi.) f 

" (East) 

*' (Manchester) . , 

*' (Cotlege&Foreyth Sts.) 

Madison 

Marietta . 

Miiledgeville. 

Mount Airy 

Newnan 

PIneora 

Pooler 

Rome 

Savannah 



CUUUCUEa AND COMMUNICANTS. 



8. Matthew 

S. Andrew 

Christ... 

8. Perpetua 

The Traneflgn ration . 

8. Igrnaf ins 

Grace..' 

The Redeemer 

8. George 

HeaTenly Rest 

8. Luke 



t5. 
. 8. 

^175. 

. 10. 
. 49. 
. 79. 
. 67. 
. 8. 
. 6. 
. 7., 

. as. 

. 8. 



9. Andrew. 
S.Mark.... 

Christ 



I"- 

. 4$. 
. 24. 
. 56. 
. 10. 
. 96. 
. 5. 
18. 
. 18. 

808. 



Sparta 

Svlvanfa 

TaUwtton 

Tflllapooi»a 

Tallnlah Falls. 
Thomas ville... 



Tifton 

TnccoaCSty.. 

ValdoHta 

Washington.. 
WaycrosB ... 
WtivncHboro. 
Wcf^t Point.. 



S. Barnabas 06. 

S.John 17. 

Good Shepherd 

S.Paul 160. 

Advent 14. 

S.James 160., 

S.Stephen 60.. 

Calvary 6.. 

S.Paul. 5.. 

Hohr Trinity 14 . 

8. James 20. . 

S.Peter 200.. 

Christ r -ort 

S. Michael ]^^ • 

S. Au{?n»tine 88 

S. John 500.. 

S.Paul 125.. 

S.Stephen 184.. 

Apcension 8.. 

All Saints 8.. 

Mount Zion 7.. 

S.Ignatius 36. 

S.James 2. 

Good Shepherd 

8. Thomas 



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S.Matthias 6. 

Christ 8., 

Mediator 8. 

Grace 69., 

S.Michael 7 . 

Christ 19.. 



William M.Walton. 

\ William C. Hunter. 

I Clarence S^^lvester Wood. 

George Mason Davidson.* 



Ferdinand M. Mann. 
Herman Baldwin Dean. 

John Frederick Milbank. 
Joaeph Wilmer Tamer. 

Anson 6. Phelps Dodge, Jr. 
David Watson Winn. 
O. R. Jackson. 

[ Wffllam M. Walton. 
Lewis Cass Birch. 

Thomas Stafford. 

John Frederick Milbank 

George H. Fen wick.* 

Frederick F. Reeee. 
Martin Damer. 



Harvey Orrin Judd. 

William M. Walton. 
Charles T. A. Pise. 
Wiley Jones Pave. 
WiUiam M. Walton. 
George H. Fenwick.* 

William R. McConnell. 

Charles Backner Hndgins. 

Robb White. 

Maximo Felix Duty. 
Charles B. Strong. 
John L. Scully. 
Richard Bright. 
Wiley Jones Page. 
WUliam R. McConneU. 

George H. Fenwick.* 
William M. Walton. 

George Sherwood Whitney. 

Joseph Wilmer Turner. 
William M. Walton. 
George Mason Davidson. 
William M. Walton. • 
John Frederick Milbank. 

George H. Fenwick.* 



Benedict, George E., Cedartown. 
Brown, J. H. if. New York. 
Butler, Edward H., Augusta. 
DenniHton, Edmund, Opelika, Ala. 
Hunt, John J,, Marietta. 



* Officiating by license. 
NON-PAROCHLAL. 

Kennard^. B., Tnmerville. 



L: 



Phillips, William H., Federal Pt., Fla. 
Pinkerton, Samnel J., Angnsta. 
Stafford. Thomas, Aogufta. 
Stuart-Martin, Henry B., Holly Hill, Fla. 

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INSIAKA. 

For IDAHO, see page 263. 



Ill 



PKOTnrcE OF iLLnrois. 

The ProTince of Illinois was erected in 1878 by joint action of the Dioceses within the State of 
Illinois— Chicago, Qiiincy, and Sprinj[;fleld. 

Primw.—The Right Rev. the Bishop of Chicago. 

Secretary to the Provindai Synod.— The Rev. Edward H. Rudd, D.D., Knoxville, 111. 

Treasure' tothe Provincial Syjuxi,— The Rev. Frederick William Taylor, D.D., Jacksonville, 111. 

The Provincial Synod meets annually, and is composed of the Bishops of the Dioceses within 
the Province, and Ave clerical and Ave lay delegates elected by each Diocese. 



DIOCESE OF INDIANA. (AD. 1838.) 

PopnlaUon (1890), 2,192,401. Area, S8,800 sq. m. 

Tmi Rt. Riv. John Hazxn Wbitb, D.D., Bishop. (1806.) JReeidence^ 1601 Central Ave., 
Indianapolis. 

Secretary.— The Rev. Willis D. Engle, Indianapolis. 

Thvaturer (if JHoceee. -Ch&rlea B. Brooks, Indianapolis. 

ChanceUor.—The Hon. William Hack, Terre Haute. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Edwin G. Hunter, Free,: the Rev. James H. W. Blake, 
the Rev. Andrew J. Qraham. Lay, William Mack, Albert Mtohie, Sec.; J. M. Winters. 

Woman't Auxiliary, Dioceean Bra/u;A.— [Organised 1888.] Annual meetin?: day bef«>m Di- 
ocesan Convention. Pnee., Mrs. John Hsisen White, Indianapolis. Cor. Sec., Miss Caroline How- 
land, Didiaaapolis. TYeae., Mrs. S. B. Perkins, 573 North Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis. 



OUUKOH INSTITUTIONS. 

Hammond Industrial ScAool/or Children. -In charge of the Sisters of the Holy IQame, lima. 

Howe Gramtnar School, Lima.— The Rev. John Heyward McKensie, Principal. 

Knickerbacker ffall.—Diocewn School for Girls, 1606 Central Ave., Indianapolis. Principals, 
Miae Mary Helen Yerkes and Miss Susan Hill Yerkes. 

S. Stephsn's EotpUaL, Jtichmond. 



Diocesan i^qMr.— "The Chnrch Worker," Indianapolis. 


Editor, the Biahop. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


18»7. 


Clei-gy 


47 

"68 

61 

601 
604 

6,862 
399 

3.184 
$994827 


69 


Priests Ordained 


9 


Church Edifices 


68 


Organized Missions and Parishes... ..1 




ITbonraniaed Missions and Parishes \ '. f 

Baptisms 


62 
616 


Confirmed 


641 


Communicants 


6,679 


Sunday School Teachers 




Sunday School Scholars 


8,464 


Contributions 


$86,046 







The 6lBt Annual Convention will meet in the Bishop's Church in Indianapolis, unless other- 
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TBB OLBRGT. 

GRACB CATHEDRAL CHURCH {com. 184), INDUNAPOLIS 
(Central Ave. and 16Ui St.). 

Thb Buhop. 
Z^on.— The Very Rev. John Heyward McKenzie. 



BishM^t Bxctminihff ChaplaiM.—Hha Rev. Walter Scott, the Rev. Frederic Oirian Oranniss, 
the Rev. waiter H. Bamford, the Rev. John Heyward McKenzle, and the Rev. Andrew J. Graham. 



Deantof Cbnooco^ioiw.— Northern : The Rev. Alexander W. Seabrease ; Middle : 
Bdwin Q. Hnnter ; Southern : The Rev. Crozier Graham Adams. 



The Rev. 



PABI8HK8 AND MISSIONS. 



OHUBOHBS AND OOMMUNIOANTS. 



Albion 

Alexandria 

Anderson 

Attica 

Aurora 

Bloomington 

Brlghtwood 

Bristol 

Cannelton 

Columbus 

Connersville 

Crawfordsvillo 

Delphi 

Elkhart 

Elwood 

Evansville 

Fort Wayne'.*. .*.*!!. !!!!!*..*!!!! 

Frankfort 

Garrett 

Gas City 

Goshen 

Greencastle 

Hammond 

Hnntinfj^ton 

Indianapolis (Meridian and(. 

Circle Sts.).. f 
*' (Church and 

Morris Sts.). 
" (Fletcher Ave. 

A Cedar St.) 
** (Illinois ANew 

York Sts.).. 

Indefleld 

JeffersonviUe 

KendallvUle 

Kennard 

Kewanna 

Kokomo 

Lafayette 

Lagrange 

Laporte 

Lawrenceburg 

Lima 

Logansport 

Mi^ison 

Marion 

Michigan City 

Mishawaka 

Mount Vernon 

Muncie 

Mew Albany 



S.Matthias 18.. 

S.Paul 26.. 

Trinity 18».. 

Grace 9.. 

S. Mark 1«.. 

Trinity 12.. 

AllSaints 8.. 

S. John 64.. 

S. Luke 2S8. . 

S.Paul 65.. 

Trinity 88.. 

S. John 88., 

S.Mary «., 

S.John 186. 

S.Stephen , 18. 

Holy innocents .189. 

S.Paul 246. 

Trinitv 826., 

S.LiAe 80. 

Emmanuel 65., 

S.Paul 46. 

S. James 101 

S.John 19. 

S.Paul 60. 

Christ 28. 



580., 



Christ 

S. (3eoixe 

Holy Innocents. 126. , 

S. Paul.« 474. 



Trinity 

S.Paul 168.. 

Trinitv 88.. 

S. Philip 18.. 

S.Luke 9.. 

S.Andrew 21.. 

S.John 206.. 

S.John 6.. 

S. Paul 120., 

Trinity 14.. 

S.Mark. 94.. 

Trinity 167.. 

Christ 121., 

Gethsemane 86. . 

Trinity 167. 

S. Paul 50.. 

8. John 40. 

Grace 186. 

S. Paul 98. 



Francis C. Woodard. 
James A. McGlone. 

Arthur (^uincy Davis. 



Walter Scott. 
James Taylor Helm. 
John Russell Hoist. 

(^rles Henry Schnltz. 

William GiUpin. 
Frauds C. Woodard. 
Frederick Irving Collins. 

Alexander W. Seabrease. 
William Henry Xanders. 
Thomas B. Kemp, D.D. 
Thomas G. Mc(}onigle. 
Charles T. Stout. 
Charles Henry Schnlta. 

Willis D.Engle. 
Andrew J. Graham. 



Edwin G. Hnnter. 
Gnstav Arnold CTarstensen. 

C. Graham Adams, D.D. 

WUlls D. Engle. 
W. W. Raymond. 
Edward Wilson Averill. 
James H. W. Blake. 
John Bdwin Carpenter. 
Thomas B. Barlow. 
Arthur Qnlncy Davis. 
John Edwin (Carpenter. 
Frank C. Coolbaugh. 
Walter H.Bamford. 
Ernest A Pressey. 
N. W. Heermans. 
De Lou Burke. 
Gtway Colvin. 
Herbert M. Denslow. 
Roger Hanson Peters_^ | ^ 



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PASISHES ANB MIMION8. 



New Carlisle.. 

Newcastle 

New Harmony 
North Liberty. 

Peru 

Plymouth 

Richmond. . . 

Rochester 

Rockville 

Shelbyrllle.... 
South Bend... 
Terre Haute . . , 

Vincennes 

Warsaw 

Washington. . . . 

Wilkinson 

WorthiDgton... 



CHURCHES AND COIIIIUMICANTS. 



S.Mary 15. 

S.James 47. 

Stephen 89., 

S. Philip 18 

Trinity 88.. 

S.ThonuM 140., 

S.Paul 881. 

S.Paul 8., 

S.John 11., 

Christ. 27. 

S.James 140.. 

S. Stephen 602. 

S.Luke 41. 

S . James 109 . , 

S. Andrew 28., 

S.George 25.. 

8.Mary 

S. Matthew .. 46.. 



Ellas Boudinot Stockton. 
Harry Clay Eastman. 
Elmer R. Earlo. 
De Lou Burke. 
Edward Wilson Averlll. 
William W. Raymond, 
j Frederic Osslan Granniss. 
] ZaccheuB Test. 
Merritt A. Baker. 
William MitcheU. 
Andrew J. Graham. 
De Lou Burke. 
John Eckfeldt Snlger. 
William Mitchell. 
Geoige Taylor QriDBth. 

Martin Belknap Nash. 

JohnBrann. 



Craig, James E., Lima, Mich. 
Bngfe, George B., Indianapolis. 
Jones, William Northey. 
Lund, William, Jamaica, W. I. 



NON'PAROCHL^. 



Moore, George, Momence. 

Saxby, Palin. 

Willson, William, Lafayette. 



DIOCESE OF IOWA. (A.D. 1853.) 

PopuhUion (1800), 1,906,729. Ax«a, 65,475 sq. m. 

The Rt. Ret. William Steyeks Pbbrt, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop. (1878.) Iteaidenee, 
Bishop's House, Davenport. 

Secretary qf Convention.— The Rev. William V. Whltten, Chariton. 

Treaturerof OonvmtUm.—W . V. Cleveland, Harlan. 

Seffittrar.—Bffv. Willis Harvey Barris, D.D., Davenport. 

C?ianeettor.—Bdwtixd Martindale, LL.D., Des Moines. 

Standing (kftmnittee.— Clerical^ the Ven. Samuel R. J. Hojrt, D.D., Free.: the Rev. William 
De Lancey Benton, D.D., the Rev. Jonathan Everist Cathell, D.D. Lay^ Hon. Matt Parrott, 
Charles A. Schaffer, LL.D., E. S. Hammett, Sec,^ Davenport. 

OUUROH INSTITUTIONS. 



Oriswcld OotUgey Davenport.— ITuological Department. (See Educational Institutions, p. 60.) 

Kemper HaU^ Davenport.— A school for boys. Head Master, the Yen. Samuel R. J. Hoy t, D.D. 

S. Katharine^e Holly Davenport.— A school for girls, under the supervision of the Bishop. 
Principal, Miss Emma Adelia Rice, M.A. 

S. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Bapids.—VUitorythe Bishop. Pres., J. H. Smith, M.D. Treas., 
(George W. Bever. . Chaplain, the Kev. Thomas E. Green, D.D. 

7%* Diocesan Church Club of Towa.—Pres., Hon. Charles A. Schaeffer, LL.D., Iowa City. Sec,, 
F. J. Thomas, Keokuk. 

The Iowa Christian Home, Davenport.— TYeas., William P. Ross. (Under this corporate 
name S. Luke's Hospital, Davenport, is maintained.) 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan Braiw?A.— [Organized May, 1887.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. W. R. Bowman, Waverly. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. 
Francis N. Davis, 1313 Douglas St., Sioux City. 



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STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Ediflces 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unoi]^anized Parishes and MUslons 

Baptit^ms , 

Coiiflrmations 

Comroanicaiittt , 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1895. 



68 


68 




I 


' "74 


** '75 


24 


86 


8S8 


656 


607 


510 


7,616 


8,085 


418 
8,544 


} 4,161 


$120,806 


$88,577 



1886. 



The 45th Annnal Conrention will be held in S. John's Church, Dubuque, Dec. 7, 1897, at 10.80 
A.M., and the 46th on Dec. 6, 1896. 

THB OIiBRGT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH {com. 168), DAVENPORT. 

Dean.— The Very Rev. Hamilton Schuyler. 

Honorary Cattons.—The Rev. Stephen Humphreys Gurteen, LL.D., the Rev. Edward Clarence 
Paget, D.D., the Rev. George H. Cornell, D.D., the Rev. William De Lancey Benton, D.D.,the 
Rev. J. Everist Cathell, D.D. 

^rcA<{eaa>n.— Davenport : the Ven. Samuel R. J. Hoyt, D.D., Kemper Hall, l>avenport. 

Jiural 2>6an». —Waverly : The Rev. Easton Earl Madeira ; Sioux City: The Rev. George H. Cor- 
nell. D.D. ; Muscatine : The Rev. Edward Clarence Paget, D.D.; Cedar Rapids : The Rev. Thomas 
E. Green, D.D.; Council Bluils : The Rev. Lyman Porter McDonald, D.D. ; Des Moines : The Rev. 
Charles H. Bohn. 

Bishop's ExanUning Chaplains.— The Rev. Willis Harvey Barris. D.D.. the Ven. Samuel R. J. 
Hoyt, D.D., the Rev. William De Lanccy Benton, D.D., the Bar. William Taylor Jackson. 



PABISHBS AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Alblft 


Grace 

S. Thomas 

8. Andrew 

S.John 

S. Mark 


8r.... 

89.... 

V.'.'.'.V. 87!!!! 
19.... 


Arthur ChanL 


Algona 




Allison 




Ames 

Anamosa 


Joeeph I. Corbyn. 
R. P. Hills. 


Atlantic 


Trinity 

S.Paul 


!!!!!!! as!!!! 


Bellevue 




Boone . 


Grace 


72.... 




Bristow 


S. Andrew 

S.Mark 

Chrirt 


20.... 

88.... 

217.... 




Brooklyn 

Burlington 


Francis Emerson Jndd, D.D. 
Harry W. Perkins. 
Willuun Henry I'Vost. 


Carroll. 


Trinity 

S.Lufie 

Grace 

S. Andrew 

8. John 


7.... 

48.... 

693.... 

46.... 

48.... 


Cedar Falls 




Cedar Rapids . . , , ^ 


j Thomas B. Green, D.D. 
) James B. Finn. 
WiUiam V. Whitten. 


Chariton 


Cherokee 




Clermont 


The Saviour 

8. John 


12.... 

100.... 




Clinton 


Hernr H. Morrill. 
C. w. Tyler. 


** (North) 


Grace 


180... 


Council BluflEs 


Grace 

8. Paul 

Grace 

8. Paul 


68.... 

844.... 

86.... 

58 .. 


Lyman Porter McDonald, D.D. 


Cresco 


* 


(Treiton 




Davenport 


Trinity 

Christ 

Grace 

Trinity 

8. Paul 

Good Shepherd 


245.... 

16.... 

41.... 

18.... 

652.... 

86.... 


Clinton H. Weaver, D.D. 


** (West) 


Samuel R. J. Hoyt, D.D. 


Decorah 




Denisnn 

Dee Moines 


William Wright. 

Jonathan Everist Cathell. D.D. 


•* (East) 


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116 



PARISUE8 AND XI88I0NS. 



CHURCHX8 AlfD COIOIUKICAKTS. 



S. John 288 . . 

S. PmU «.. 

Christ 86... 

Trinity d5... 

Grace do. . , 

S. Luke 81.., 

S.Peter 86 



Dubnqae 

Darant 

Dyers ville 

Bmmetsburg 

Bstherville 

Fairbank , 

Fairfield 

Farley , 

Fort Dodge S. Mar£ 172 

Fort Madison Hope 119. . 

Garden Grove l8. John 84. . 

Glenwood 'S.John 17.. 

GrinneU IS. Paul 12.. 

Harian S. Panl 6.. 

Hanntown TrinJty 6. . 

Ida Grove '8. John 19. . 

Independence : S. James TO. . 



S. George 80... 

S.Mark 



Iowa City. 
Keokak . 



Keosaaqna 

LeMars 

MapletoD 

Maqaoketa 

Marengo 

Marshnlltown . . . 

Mason City 

Mooar 

Monticello 

Montrose 

Mt. Pleasant . . . . 

Muscatine 

Nashua 

Newton 

Oelwein 

Onawa 

Oskaloosa. 

Ottumwa 

Pleasant Valley . 

Bed Oak 

Sac City 

Sheldon 

Sibley 

Sionx ClQr 



Spencer 

Spirit Lake . . 

Vail 

Washington . 
Waterloo 



Waverly .... 
What Cheer. 
Winterset.... 



Trinity 180.., 

Holy Cross 94... 

S.John 239... 

S. Maiy the Virgin 48... 

. Lake 6. . . 

S. George 4t... 

All Salnto 12... 

8. Mark 89 .. 

S. James 20. . . 

S. Paul 65... 

S.John 80... 

S.Andrew 40... 

S.Thomas 16... 

S. Barnabas 82.., 

S.Michael 88.. 

Trinity 142... 

S.Mark 65.., 

S.Stephen 85.., 

S.Mary 17... 

S.Luke 14... 

S. James 125... 

S.Mary 240... 

S.James 15... 

S. Panl 4... 

Trinity 18.., 

S.Mark 25... 

S.John 18... 

Calvary 12... 

R. Panl 90... 

S.Thomas 815 .. 

S. Stephen 82. . . 

Good Shepherd 28. . . 

S.John 84... 

Trinity 18.., 

Christ 164.. 

S.Mark 

8. Andrew 157. . , 

S.Paul 69 . 

Trinity .' , 



William De Lancey Benton, D.D. 

Felix Henry Pickworth. 
William Taylor Jackson. 
Panl R. Talbot. 



Felix Henry Pickworth. 
Charies H. Remingtdn. 
William K. BerryTb.D. 
Allen Judd. 
Leverett D. Brainerd. 
Samuel R. J. Hoyt, D.D, 



Otto Joel Scovell. 

Geoige WUllam Watson, D.D. 

Hobert C. McHwain, D.D. 

Samuel C. Qaynor. 

George A. Whitner. 
Francis Bmerson Jndd, D.D. 



Dnnc*n Monro. 



Dewitt C. Howard. 
Edward Clarence Paget, D.D. 
Henry Cornelius Johnson. 
Samuel R. J. Hoyt, D.D. 
Richard Louis Ejiox. 

Charles H. Bohn. 

Josiah HolIIater Lynch, D.D. 

Henry Cornelius Johnson. 

Peter Fox. 



Edmund H. Gtynor. 

George H. Cornell, D.D. 
T. Francis Bowen. 
Reginald Aylmer Crickmer. 
Wmiam Wright. 

Easton Earl Madeira. 

William Henry Frost. 
Frederick Gllaerdale P&rldnson. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Barris, Willis Harvey, D.D., Ely Professor. 
Griswold College, Davenport. 

Fitch, Bllmer Thomson, in Europe. 

Gorrell, Abraham V., Chicago. 

Gurteen, Stephen Humphreys, LL.D., New 



Jenner, LeTl I., Le Marp. 
Russell, Joseph A.. Chariton. 
Ryan, Joseph E.. Newton. 
Scaife, H. w., Chicago. 
Btllson, Afthnr C, D.D.. Dei Moines. 
Watson, Samuel N., D.D., Iowa City. 



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DIOCESE OF KAirSAS. (A.D. 1859.) 

Population (1891), 1,423,485. Area, ai,144 eq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rev. Fbahk Rosebbook Millspauoh, D.D., Bishop. (1895). JitHderuXy Topeka. 

Secretary of Cbnww/kwi.— The Ven. Archdeacon Hill, Topeka. 

Treaimrer.—D. W. Nellla, Topeka. 

liegislrar.^The Rev. Guy Wilbur Miner, Topeka. 

Chaficeiior.— The Hon. A. H. Horton, Topeka. 

Standing GotnmUtee.^ Clerical, the Rev. Archibald Beatty J).D., Pres. ; the Rev. John Bennett, 
Sfic: the Rev. Alfred Brown, the Rev. W. W. Ayree. iay, P. E. StimBon, A. H. Horton, D. P. 
Blish, William Henderson. 

OHI7ROH INSTITUTIONS. 



ChrieCt ITospUal, Topeka,— Pres.y the Bishop. 
Hon. John R. Mnlvane. 



Supt.y Mrs. Fannie B. McEibben. Treas.t the 



CoUege of the SisCer$ qf Bethany, Topeka.— Pres.^ the Bishop. Principal^ Miss Anne J. Hooley. 

GirW Friendly Society in Ameriea.—(^o diocesan officers ; one parish branch.) Bine 
Rapids, Charca of the Ascension. Sec., Mrs. Death. 

Kaneat Theological School.— {^ee Educational Institutions, p. SO.) 

8. John's School^ Military, Salina.—J>ioce9&n School for Boys. President and Beelor, the 
Bishop. Head Master and Bursar^ C. E. Barber. 

The Daughters qf the King, Diocesan Assembly.— Pres., Mrs. H. Hodge. Sec., Miss L. Dudley. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan J?rara«A.— [Organized May, 1884.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. Frank R. MUlspaugh. Sec. and TVaw., Mrs. Edgar 
Wright, 1000 Ohio Street, Lawrence. 



Diocesan Paper.—** Kansas Ohurcliman,** Lawrence. The Rev. W. W. Ayres, Editor. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edillcee 

Organized Parishes and If isdons 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions . 

Baptums 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



89 


42 




2 


lA 


66 


77 


77 


70 


71 


5<i5 


676 


5(10 


581 


4,839 


4,946 


[2,910 


2,794 


$67,258 


$60,096 



The 89th Annual Convention will meet in the Cathedral, Topeka, Sept. 28. 

THB OLBRGT. 

GRACE CATHEDRAL CHURCH (com, 562). TOPEKA (Polk and Eighth Streets). 

Thi Bishop. 
/Man.— The Very Rev. 

Canon Missioner.—The Rev. Guy Wilbur Miner. 
CVra^.— The Rev. Joseph Wayne, the Rev. Irving Todd. 

Honorary Canons.— The Rev. John Bennett, the Rev. Alfred Brown, the Rev. Joseph E. H. 
Leeds. 

Chancellor.— Tht Rev. A. Beatty, D.D. 

Clerk qf the Ch<^ter.— The Rev. Guy Wilbur Miner. 



Archdeacons.— E&stem Kansas : The Ven. Charles Rowland Hill, D.D., Topeka ; Western 
Kansas : The Ven. Albert Watkins, Salina. 

Bishop's ExanUrUng ChaplcUns.— The Rev. Archibald Beatty, D.D., the Rev. W. W. Ayres. 

Deans of Convocations.— Atchlaon : The Rev. Fort Scott: The 

Rev. John Bennett ; Salina : The Rev. Joseph E. H. Leeds ; Wichita : The Rev. Alfred Brown. 

General Missionary.— RepuhMcan District : The Rev. Joseph E. H. Leeds, Wakefield. 

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117 



PABIBHES AND KISSIOlfB. 



Abilene , 

Anthony , 

Argentine 

Arionls 

Arkansas Cit j 
Atchison 



Aograsta , 

Baxter Spring* 

Belleville 

Belolt 

Bennington 

Bine Rapids 

Bnrlington 

Cawker City 

Cedarvale 

Cess 

Channte 

Chapman 

Cherryrale 

Chetqpa. 

Clay Center 

Clyde 

Cofleyrille 

Colby 

Colnmbns 

Concordia 

Council Grove 

Dodge City 

Dwight 

Bldorado 

BUla 

Ellsworth 

Emporia 

Bnreka 

Florence 

Formosa 

Fort Leavenworth . 

Fort Riley 

Fort Scott 

Frankfort 

Freeport 

Qalena- 

Garden City 

Girard 

Goodland 

Great Bend 



Hartland 

Hays City 

Herrlngton 

Hiawatha 

Holton 

Horton 

Humboldt..... 
ilatchinnon . . . 
Independence . 

lola 

Irring 

Junction City 
Kansas City... 

Kingman 

Kinsley 

Kiowa 

Klrwin 

Lamed 

Lawrence 

Leavenworth.. 



S.John 62., 

Mediator 12.. 

Grace 15. 

Reconciliation 8., 

Trinity 66., 

SrS3A;w.////:::::;.;::}««- 

«.. 

S.Mark 7., 

S.Stephen 8., 

8. Paid as. 

8., 



CHTTB0HX8 AMD COMlCninOAllTfl. 



Trinity 6., 

Ascension 63. 

Grace 16., 

S.James...- 6., 

Messiah 6., 

Grace 56. 

Holy Innocents 4., 

Intercession 6. 

S.Paul 25. 

S.Paul «4. 

FaithfulDisciples 4. 

S.Paul 49. 

S.Ann 4. 

S.Paul , 2. 

The Crudfled 18., 

Messiah 6. 

S. Cornelius 4». , 

S.Paul 82. 

Trinity 49. 

S.Bartholomew 5. 

Holy Apostles 80. , 

S.Andrew 185.. 

S.Thomas' 19., 

Holy Spirit 10.. 



45., 

80. 

S.Andrew 86. 

Annunciation 6. 

Trinity 19. 

S.Mary 25. 

S.Thomas 6. 

S.John 68. 

8. 



S.John 9. 

S. James 22. . 

S. Jude 6. . 

Soldiers of Christ 20.. 

S. James the Less 18. . 

S.John 86.. 

S. Thomas.... 26.. 

S.Luke 11.. 

Bmmannel 4., 

Grace 74.. 

Bpiphany 12 , 

S-lMmothy 10., 

Trinity 10. 

Covenant 88 

S.Paul 292. 

Christ 88. 

Blessed Master 12 

Grace 12., 

15. 



Bethany 24 

Trinity 284. 

S.Paul 



Walter Bird Clark. 
Lewis Laidlaw Swan. 
William W. Ayres. 

Charles Blake Carpenter. 

( John Henry Molinenx. 

I Robert Henri Barnes. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
Wilbur Scranton Leete. 
Leonidas J. H. Wooden.* 

Archdeacon Watkins. 
Joseph Wayne. 
John M. Rankin. 
Ree«>e P. Kendall. 
Archdeacon Hill.-* 
Archdeacon Watkins. 
Horace M. Carr, D.D. 

[ Archdeacon Hill. 

J.J. Purcell. 

Joseph B. H. Leeds. 

Henry Converse Parkman. 
Archdeacon Watkins. 
Arclideacon Hill. 
Leonidas J. H. Wooden.* 
David Brooks. 
J. D. Krum, D.D. 
David Brooks. 
William George Coote. 
James Harvey Lee. 
William Cbauncey Emhardt. 
Samuel Bdwln Bnsser. 
William George Coote. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
Archdeacon Watkins. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
Thomas W. Barry, U. S. A. 
John Bennett. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
F. Duncan Jandon. 
Wilbur Scranton Leete. 
J. D. Krum, D.D. 
John Bennett 

i Archdeacon Watkins. 

Lewis Laidlaw Swan. 
J. D. Krum, D.D. 
James Harvey Lee. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
Robert Herbert Mize. 
The Cathedral Clergy. 
Archdeacon Hill. 
Horace M. Carr, D.D. 
Alfred Brown. 
Henry Converse Parkman. 
Horace M. Carr, D.D. 
Joseph Wayne. 
Thomas W. Barry, U. S. A. 
P. B. Bversden.* 
Lewis Laidlaw Swan. 

Lewis Laidlaw Swan. 
Reese P. Kendall. 
J. D. Krum, D.D. 
William W. Ayres. 



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PARISHES AND MIB8I0N8. 


CHURCnES AND COafMXJNICANTS. 


CLKBGT. 


Leavenworth 


S.John 


971 -J 




Lebo 


:.- ia::::i 


Samnel E. Boaser. 


Lewla 

Lincoln 


Nativity 

S. Elizabeth 

Transflgnration 


... 16.... 
... 6... 
... 28.... 


J. D. Krum, D.D. 
Archdeacon Watkins. 


Logan 

Manhattan 


Reese P. Kendall. 


S.Pauf. 

S.Anna 

S.Panl 

Faith 

S.Mark 


... 60.... 
... 12... 
... 81 ... 

........ 




Maple Hill 


Archdoacon Hill 


MarysviJle 

McPherson 


Jost'uh Wayne. 

William Chauncey Emhardt. 

Lewi." Lnldlaw Swan. 


Medicine Lodge 


MUo 


S. Andrew 

S.Peter 

S. Matthew 


... 15.... 
... 49.... 
... 88.... 
... 90.... 
... 4. . 


Bli M p Kendall. 


Minneapolis 

Monmonth 


^ Hlrd Clark. 
T . ..fhedral Clergy. 
Archibald Beatty, D.D. 
Archdeacon Watkins. 


Newton 


Norton 


Olathe 


Bmmannel 

S.Peter 

S.Mark 


... 16.... 
... 6.... 
..24.. . 


William W. Ayres. 
J.J. Pnrcell 


Osag^ 


Oskaloosa 




Oswego 


Redeemer 

Grace 


... 6.... 
... 68.... 


Archdeacon Hill. 


Ottawa 




Paola •. 

Parsons 


S.James 

S. John's Memorial 

Holy Cross 


... 7... 
... 67.... 
.. ft. ... 


Archdeacon Hill. 
J. J. Purcell. 


Peabody 


Archdeacon Hill. 


Phlllipsbnrg 




Archdeacon Wa^na. 


Pittebarg... 


S.Peter 

S. Matthias 

8. Matthew 

Zion 

AllHaUows 

TheSanctifler 

Christ 

Holy Trinity 


... 40.... 
... 6.... 
... 8.... 
... 8.... 
... 5.... 
... 2.. . 
... 64.... 
.. 1 


Maurice J. Bywater. 
Archdeftcnn Hfi). 


Pl¥'a»»Rnton 


Pratt 


Archdeacon Watldna. 


Reedsville 


Joseph Wayne. 
James Hervey Lee. 
Archdeacon Watl^s. 


RuHseU 


St. John 


Salina 


Irving Everett Baxter. 
Archdeacon Watkins. 


Scandia 


Sedan 




Charles Blake Carpenter. 
Robert Herbert Mize. 


Seneca 


S.Titns 


... 6.... 
... 6... 


Solomon City 


William Bird Clark. 


Sterling 


Good Shepherd 

S.ApoUos 


... 49... 
... 8.... 


Alfred Brown. 


Stockton '. 


Archdeacon Watkina. 


Topeka (Qulncey and Lan- 1 

rentSts.) f 

•• (Western and 7th Sts.) 
;; (902* B. 4th St.) 


Good Shepherd 


65 . 




Calvary 

Bmmannel (Monmonth).. 


... 18.... 
... 18.... 
... 27.... 
... 10.... 


, The Cathedral Clergy. 


Troy 


Archdeacon Hill. 


Victoria 


S. George 


... 6.... 


Archdeacon Watkins. 


Wakeeny 


Heavenly Rest 

S. George 

S.John 

S.Lnke 

Insplrer 

S.Panl 

Honse of Prayer 

S. John 

S.Bamabas 

Grace 

Calvary 


... 30.... 

;.'S:;:: 

... 10... 
... 81.... 
... 12..., 
...185.. . 
... 81.... 
... 61.... 
... 18.... 


James Hervey Lee. 


Wakefield 




Wamego ..'.'..'.'.'.'...'.'.....'.... 


Joseph E. H. Leeds. 

The Cathedral Clergy. 
Archdeacon Hill. 


Waterville 


Wellington 

WhIteCity 

Wichita 


F. Dnncan Jandon. 

David Brooks. 

John F. von Herrlich. 


Williamsbarg 


Archdeacon Hill. 


Winfleld 


Charles Blake Carpenter. 


Yates Centre 


William George Coote. 







NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bishop, Addis B., Lincoln. 

Bodley, Harry Innes. 

Comings, George P., Rector Em., Glrard. 



ICowglll, Thomas W., Reno. Nev. 
Pierce, Charles C, Chaplain, U. S. A., Fort 
Apache, Arizona. 



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DIOCESE OF KENTTTOKT. (A.D. 1829.) 

LuuTB.-TAai part qf the StaU of Kentucky lying west qf the eourUU$ of Bocne^ QaUatin^ 
Owelty Franklin^ Andenon^ Mercer^ Boyle^ Caeey^ Pulaetiy and Wayne, 

Population (1800), 1,001,548. Area, 19,96S sq. m. 

The Rt. Rbv. Thomas Undebwood Ditdlet, D.D., D.C.L., LL.I)., Bishop. (1875.) Sett- 
dence, 716 Third Ave., Lonisvllie. 

Secretary qf OouncU.— The Rev. George Grant Smith, 525 Second St., Looisrille. 

TYeaeurer of Council.— Qeotg^ 3. AlIiBon, 1206 Second St., Loaisrille. 

Regietrar and Hietoriographer^—'^WWBBii Relneeke, 828 East Walnnt St., Loaisrille. 

Chancellor.— Ron. A. B. Richards, 1231 Fonrth Ave., Looisville. 

Standing Oommiltee.— Clerical, the Rev. Sdmnnd T. Perkins, D.D.. Free.; the Rev. James G. 
Mlnnigerode, the Very Rev. Charles Swell Craik, D.D. Xay, Alvah Terry, Lonisvllie, Sec. ; 
Charles H. Pettet, William A. Rohinson. 



OUUKOU IN 8T1TUTION8. 

Church Home for Females and Tr^firmary for the Sick^ Morton Ave.., LouiniUe.— Pree.^ the 
Bishop ; Sec., Wiluam Heybom ; Chaplain^ the Rev. Thomas P. Jacob. 

Clergyman^ s Life Insurance Association.— Treas.^ J. W. B. Bayly, Lonisvllie. 

Diocesan Theological Seminary.— Treas.^ Cashman Qoarrier, Louisville. 

OirW Friendly Society in America, IoMi#rUte.— (No diocesan officers.) Two branches.— The 
Cathedral branch : See., Mies Tyler, 1108 Fourth Ave. S. PanPs Church branch : See.^ Mrs. John 

B. Castleman, 1415 Fonrth Ave., Louisville. 

Home of the Innocents, 106 West Broadway, Louisoille.—ProYides for orphaned and destitute 
children under six years of age. Chaplain, the Rev. James G. Minnigerode ; TYsas., D. W. Gray. 
Sister Bmily, Deaconess in charge. 

John y. Norton Memorial Injlrmary, Third and Oak Sts., I/mievUle.—See^ Cnshman Qnar- 
rier ; Treas., Columbia Finance and Trust Co. ; Chaplain, the Rev. Edmund T. Perkins, v.D. ; 
Svpt., Miss NelUe Gillette. 

Orphanage of Good Shepherd, 1124 Morion Ave., LouisviUe.—ln the charge of the Diaconal 
Community of S. Martha. Chaplain, the Rev. Thomas P. Jacob ; Sec., John W. Green ; Treas., 

C. B. Castner. 

Protestant Episcopal Orphan Asylum, 211 East College St.^ Zoui^vi^. — [Founded 1886.] 
Chaplain, the Rev. Bamund T. Perkins, D.D. ; Matron, Mrs. C. D. Crenshaw. 

Trinity Hall, Diocesan High School for Boys, Louisville.— Pres., the Bishop ; Head Master, 
the Rev. Charles Augustus Kiensle. 

Annual meeting : time 
Ave., Lonisvllie ; Cor. 
D. Anderson, 1067 Third 
Ave., Louisville. 



Diocesan Paper.—*' The Blshop^s Letter." Managing Editor, the Rev. GJeorge Grant Smith, 

■ "-- "• "t., LOUii '" 



585 Second St., Louisville. 



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[1898. 



BTATI8T1C8. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


82 
1 

84 

88 

275 

849 

4,728 

806 

2,980 

2 

180 

66 

518 

$98,948 


83 


PriestB Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parinhee and Missions 


"83 


Baptisms 


814 


Confirmed ! 

Commanicants 

Sanday School Teachers 


888 

4,851 

878 


Sanday School Scholiirs 


3y260 


Parish School Teachers 




Parish School Scholars 


141 


Industrial School Teachers 


68 


Industrial School Scholars 


556 


Contributions 


$88,889 



The 70th Annual Council will be held in Grace Church, Paducah, May 11. 

THE OIJEIRGT. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL {com. 763), L0UI8V1LLB 
(Second St., between Green and Walnut Sts.). 
Thv Bishop. 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Charles Ewell Cralk, D.D. 
AtHstofU Priest.— Tht Rev. George Grant Smith. 



Archdeaccm.— The Ven. Mortimer M. Benton, 1527 Ganin Place, Louisville. 

Blshop^a Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Reverdy Estill, D.D., the Rev. Benjamin E. Reed, 
D.D., the Rev. William H. McGee, the Ven. Mortimer M. Benton. 

Deans qf Convocations.— LonisviWe: The Rev. Reverdy Estill, D.D.; Paducah : The Rev. Benjar 
minE. Reed. 



PARI8HK8 AlTD MSSIONS. 



Anchorage 

Bowling Green . 

Columbus 

Crescent HllL... 

Eddyville 

Elizabethtown... 

Fulton 

Glasgow 

Grahamton 

Guthrie 

Henderson 



Hickman 

Hopkinsville. 



Jefferson County.. 



Advent. 



All Saints , 



Louisville (Baxter Ave. and ♦ 

Broadway) ( 

" (Floyd St.bet.Oak ( 

St.&OrmshyAv.) f 

'* (aad and Jefferson i 

Sts.) \ 

" (4th bet. York & J 
Br*kenridgc St.) f 
(Campbell St. bet. I r,„K,.^„ nKo,v«i 
Fnlton&ElmSts.) s l^^^^'^-^y <^*»»P«' 



CHURCHES AND COmTdnCAMTS. 



S. Luke 50... 

Christ 116 .. 

Christ 28... 

S.Mark 60... 

S.Stephen 16... 

Christ 26 .. 

Trinity 80... 

11... 

Holy Trinity 4<)... 

Christ 20... 

S.Clement 28... 

S.Paul 279... 

S.Panl 50... 

Good Shepherd 7... 

Grace 107... 

S. James 

S.Matthew 9... 



..275... 



Ascension 113. . . 

Calvary 



^561... 



PhUip Phillips. 



Charies P. Rodefer. 

Lysander W. Rose. 
Archer Boogher. 
Alexander Hamilton McNeil. 
Robert S. Carter. 



Thomas P. Jacob. 
Cathedral Clergy. 
Granville C. Waller. 

James G. Minnigerode. 

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PARISHES AMD MISSIONS. 



Loaisyille (18th & Chestnut { 

Sts.) f 

•* (Gray bet. Floyd j 

A Preston Sts.). f 

" (llthA Walnut Sts.) 

'' (Sdifc Kentucky SU.) 

*' (Parkland) 

•' (Jefferson n. 12th). . 
(Oak bet. 17th & / 

18th Sts.) f 

'* (4th Ave. A Vic- ♦ 

toria Place.) f 

♦» (High Ave. bet. < 
3lth& 86th Sts.) f 

• ** (Fischer Ave.) 

" (Main St. A Story * 

^ ^ Ave.) r 

Owensboro 

Paducah 

Pewee Valley » 

Russellville 

ShelbyviUe 

Uniontown 



CHUBCHBS AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



Epiphany 95 , 

Grace 280., 

Our Merciful Saviour 162. 

S. Andrew 481. 

8. George 58. 

S.John 208. 

S.Luke 

S.Paul 460. 

S.Peter 40. 

S.Stephen 

Trinity 110. 

Trinity 90. 

Grace 233 

S. James 80. 

Trinity 59., 

S. James 12. 

S.John 70., 



James Kiikpatrick. 

Melancthon Lloyd Woolsey. 

Thomas Jacob Brown. 
John E. Mason, D.D. 

William H. McCtee. 
Reverdy Bsttll, D.D. 



John K. MasoUf D.D. 

George Grant Smith. 

William Jones. 
Benjamin B. Reed. 
George Downing Sparks. 
Charles P. Rodefer. 

Charles H. Ewlng. 



NON-PAIWCHIAL. 



Buchanan. Anselan, Crescent Hill. 
Elmer, William T., Louisville. 
Fitts, JPhilip A., D.I)., Tnskaloosa, Ala. 
Helm, James Taylor, Louisville. 
McCJonnell, James B., New York, N. Y. 
Paxton, B. W. W. 



Perkins, Edmund T., Rector Emeritus, Louis- 
ville. 

Sparks, Charles Bylleld, University of the 
South, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Temple, James N., Paducah. 

Venable, John W., Hopklnsvllle. 



DIOCESE OF LEZINOTON. (A.D. 1895.) 

Population, 867,087. Area, 19,963 sq. m. 

Lnm9.—77ts oourUiet Qf Boone^ OaUaUn^ Owtn, Franklin, Anderson^ Mereety BovU. Oomv, 
PulagH, W<xun€y and all the territory in the State qf Kentucky lying east of theee, which makes 
the diviiion/ollOw as nearly as may be the d&th meridian^ and comprises half the area of the State. 

Thb Rt. Rev. Lkwis William Burton, D.D., Bishop. (1896.) Besidenoe^ Lexington, Ey. 

Secretary.— TYit Rev. Robert Grattan Noland, Covington, Ky. 

Treasurer.— T. B. Wood, Lexington, Ky. 

i^^g^i^^mr.— -Jacob S. Keller, Lexington, Ky. 

C%anceSor.— General D. W. Lindsey, Frankfort, Ky. 

Standing Committee.— Clenral, the Rev. Robert Grattan Noland, Pres.j the Rev. Densmore 
David Ctiapin, the Rev. Richard Lightburne McCready, Sec. Lay, F. H. Dudley, Grant Green, 
John T. Shelby. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Ashland School for Girls, Ashland.— Bec/or, H. N. Hills. Principal, Miss Agnes L. Goddard. 

BeattyviUe Episcopal High School, BeattyviUe.—Beetor, Rev. John Scott Meredith. Princ., 
Miss Emma J. Morrell. 

NoTB.— The Bishop is the spiritual head of both schools. 

Fund for JHsaNed Clergymen and Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen.— Treas., 
Virgil Hewitt, Frankfort. 

The McAllister Church Home, Z^sarin^ton.— Managed by the Guild of Christ Church Cathedral. 

The Protestant Ii\firmary, X^isingrton.— Managed by the Guild of Christ diurch Cathedral. 

*' T?ie Society for the Betitfofthe Widows and Children of Deceased Clergymen of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal church in the Diocese qf Lexington.'''* 

Woman* s Auxiliary y Diocesan .BrancA,~[0rgan1xed June, 1896.] Pres,^ Miss Mary B. Harri- 
son, Frankfort, E^. 

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18»7. 



Clergy 

Pri et»t 8 Ordained 

Cborch Rdlflcee. 

Organized Parishee and Missions ( 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions f 

Baptisms 

Confirmed , . 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sniiday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Con tribntions 



17 

"28 

22 

12 

150 

144 

2,771 

182 

1,478 

2 

36 

$90,646 



The 8d Annual Coancil will meet in S. John's Church, Covington, May 26. 



THB OIiBRGT. 

CHRIST CATHEDRAL CHURCH (eom. 491). 
Ths Bishop. 

AreheUaoont.—'NoTilieni Convocation : The Yen. William G. McCready ; Southern Convoca^ 
tion : The Yen. George Chapman Abbitt. 

BMkop^B BxamUwtng C7A(qjtoin.— The Rev. Bensmore D. Chapin. 
Dean.—Tht Yery Rev. John Neher Lewis, Jr. 



PARI8HS8 ASH XISSIONS. 



OHTTBCHXS AND OOmfTTlflOANTS. 



C7LXB0T. 



Ashland , 

Augusta. 

BarbonrrHle.. 
Booneville . . . 
Covington.... 



Oynthiana 

DaoTille. 

Dayton 

Frankfort 

Franklin County. 

Georgetown 

Grayson 

Harrodsbnrg 

Lawrencebnrg . . . . 
Lee Cooniy 



Lexington. 



Louisa 

Ludlow 

MaywrUle 

Middlesborough. 

Milldale 

Mount Sterling.. 

Newport 

Paris ., 

Plnevllle 

Richmond , 

SideYiew 

Somerset. , 

YersaUlee 

Winchester 



Calvary 87. . 



S.John 188. 

Trinity 870., 

Advent. 66., 

Trinity 86., 

S.John 86. 

Ascension \ ^oa 

S.John f^- 

HolyTrinity 28.. 



S.Philip 87. 

Grace j 9. 

S. Paul . 
S. ^ 

Cathedral » ^oi 

Good Shepherd f^*"- 

S.Andrew 21., 

S.John 70 , 



.Paul I nn 

.Thomas f "'•■ 

athedral \ am 



Nativity 87., 

S.Mary 80.. 

18. 



Ascension 42. 

S.Paul 600. 

.Peter 62. 



Christ 48. 

S. Stephen 8. , 

Christ 14. 

S.John 67. 

Emmanuel 21. 



Andrew Fleming. 
Archdeacon McCreadv. 
Henry Harrison Sneea. 
John Scott Meredith. 
Robert Saunders Conpland. 
Robert Grattan Noland. 
RoUa Dver. 
Prank Bari Cooley. 
Rolla Dyer. 

Richard LIghtbume McCready. 

Andrew Fleming. 
Frank Earl Cooley. 

John Scott Meredith. 

John Neher Lewis, Jr. 

Charles Henry Thompson, D.D. 

Edward An^stns Bazett-Joncs. 

Andrew Fleming. 

Rolla Dyer. 

Densmore David Chapin. 

Henry Harrison Sneeo. 

Rolla Dyer. 

George Chapman Abbitt. 

William G. McCready. 

Frank Hallam. 

Henry Harrison Sneed. 

George Chapman Abbitt. 
Frank Earl Cooley. 
Alexander Cnlbertson Hensley. 
George Chapman Abbitt. 

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DIOCESE OF LOHO XSLAHD. (A.D. 1868.) 

LnoTB.—Ths countiet af Kings, Queent, and avffdXk^ in the 8UUs €f Ntiw York. 
Population (1890), 1,009,097. Aiea, 1,470 sq. m. 

Tbb Rt. Ret. Abrak Newkirk Littlbjohn, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., BLsbop. (1680.) Jlcti- 
(f«n<», S«e Honae, Garden City, N. T. 

aeeretary.—TisA Yen. Bdmand D. Cooper, D.D., Aetoria. 

J?«^/rar.— The Rev. T. Stafford Drowne, D.D., Flatbnah Bta., Brooklyn. 

TVfO^urffr.— Alexander B. Orr, 103 Remsen Street, Brooklyn. 



Standing CommiUee.—C^ericaly the Rev. 



„ , i¥M.,* the Rev. J. Carpenter 

Smith, D.D., the Rev.. T. Stafford Drowne, D.D., Flathuah Sta., Brooklyn, iSfc;.; the Kev. Henry 
C. Swentzel, D.T). Lav, the Hon. Jasper W. Gilbert, Alexander B. Orr, the Hon. AngasUia Ytm 
Wyck, AngQBtas Rapefye. 



OH0ROB INS'rrr u xiONS. 

Bethany Bmu$^ 1490 Padflc Street.— For convaleacents. 

QirW Friendly Sodefy in America.^(Fifieen branches.) Pres., Mrt. A. H. Ford, 61 Second 
Place, Brooklyn. . See., Misa J. A. S. Schappa, 498 Bedford Avenae, Brooklyn. Asiociatef^r Com- 
mended ifemoers, Miss Mary Benson* 214 Colambia Heights, Brooklyn. 

House of 8. Oiles the Cripple.— Ahome and hospital for crippled children, 419 Clinton Street, 
Brooklyn. 

S. Catharine's HaU, 386 Washington Avenae, Brooklyn.— /Wron, the Bishop. Head <tf the 
House, Sister Caroline. 

8. Catherine's in the Mountains.— A. snmmer home for yoong ladies, Holderness, N. H. Ad- 
dress, the Rev. Townend G. Jackson, Flatbnsh. 

8. Lazarus.— JFree dispensary in connection with 8. Martlia^s Sanitarium, Long Island. 

8. Martha's Sanitarium (a home/or incurables), northeast corner of Dean Street and King- 
ston Avenue, Brooklyn.— Miss T. M. Kearney, Matron. 

8. Phabe's Mission House, 1^ De Kalb Avenae, Brooklyn.- i/o/rtm, Mrs. Loomis. 

Sisters^ Home School (for Utile girls), 493 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn.— In charge of the Sisters 
of S. John ttie Evangelist. 

The Cathedral Schools. Garden City.— Visitor, the Bishop. 8. PauTs, for Boys : Head Master, 
Frederick L. Gamage, M.A. 8. Mary's, for Girls : Principal, Hiss Blisabeth L. Kones. 

T%e Church Charity Foundation.— \laxMT. 1851.] Pres., the Bishop. Sec., the Rev. J. C. 
Jones, 51 Bldert Street, Brooklyn. Treas., F. L. Townsend, 10 Hart Street. The departments are 
Orphan Honse, Orphans* Press, 1S55 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn; Home for Aged (60), S. John's 
Hospital— all at Albany and Atlantic Avenues and Herkimer Street. Also has Atlantic Avenae 
Dispensary at comer or Wnverly. The local management is all vested in the Rector, the Rev. 
Albert Carrier Bunn, assisted by the Sisters of S. John the Evangelist. 

The Church Out, 3 CHnton Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.— A. A. Low, Pres.; William B. Dall, Sec. 

The Sheltering Arms Nursery and Infirmary, 167 Dean Street, Brooklyn. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan A»iancA.— [Organized November, 1873.] Annnal meeting: second 
Thursday in May, 1 p. x., S. Ann's Chapel, Brooklyn. Anniversary: second Thursday in Novem- 
ber, S. Ann's Church, Brooklyn. Pres.. Mrs. Samuel Cox, Garden Clt^, N. Y.; Treas., Mrs. James 
W. (Tromwell, 39 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn. Cor. See., Miss J. J. Allen, 1 Monroe Place. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Piieits Ordidned 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contributions 



186 


140 


5 


1 


138 


138 


106 




80 





8,736 


3,630 


1,901 


1,700 


88,730 


39,918 


3,145 


3,804 


31,688 


33,807 


$700,710 


$666,888 



The 83d Convention will meet in the Cathedral Church, (harden City* on^May 17. . 

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THB OIiERQT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP THB INPARNATION (com. 190), GARDEN CITY. 

Thx Cathsdbal Chapter. 

The Bibhop. 

Dtfaw.— The Very Rer. Samuel Cox, D.D. 

ChanceUor.— 

Precentor,— The Rev. Wllmer Parke Bird. 

Almoner,— The Rev. Henry Bell Bryan. 

7Vea«ifYr.--Alexander B. Orr. 



Archdsaotms.— Northern Brooklyn : The Yen. James H. Darlington, D.D. : Soutbem Brooklyn : 
The Yen. Reese F. Alsop, D.D.; Queens : The Yen. Bdmand D. Cooper, D.D.; Soffolk : The Yen. 
Kobert Weeks. 



Bishop^$ Examining Chapiain».- 
, ..'- « ' -BsClf 



Roche, tHe Rev. James Clarence Jones, 

Canon Jffeiioner.— The Rev. Henry Bell Bryan. 



The Rev. T. Stafford Drowne, D.D., the Rev. Spencer S. 



parishes axd missions. 



AmltyvUle , 

Astoria 

Bay Shore*. . .'.'.WW. .'.,,'.'... . 

Bay Side 

Bohemia 

Brentwood 

Brookhaven 

Brooklyn (Bensonharst) 

(7th Ave. A 7th St.) 

" (Kent St.) 

" <17th 8t.,n.6th Ave.) 
(So. 9th St., C.I 

MarcyAve.) f 

** (Bedford Ave.) 

(Clinton & HarrI- 1 

eon Sts.) f 

" (^y Ridge) 

" (Wolcott^t.) 

' ' (McDonongh St. ^ I 

Tompkins Ave.) \ 

*' (McDonough St., i 

n.Stuyves't Av.) f 

'* (Conselyea,n.Lor- j 

Imer Ste.) f 

'' (Grace Court A \ 

Hicks St.) f 

(Platbush, Wind-i 

sor Terrace).... s 

" (Debevoise St., n. I 

Humboldt St.).. s 

(S.Nicholas Ave.).. 

(Bath Beach) 

** (Clinton & Mod- ( 

tagne Sts.) f 

'* (Gates Ave., n. ( 

Classon Ave.).. S 

" (Greene & Cler- 1 

montAves.) s 

** (Clinton & Lu- 1 
queer Sts.) f 



churches AMD OOXMUNICAMTS. 



S.Mary 82.. 

Redeemer 351. . 

S. George 188.. 

S. Peter 86 . 

All Saints 48.. 

S.John 

ChrUt 24.. 

S. James 29. . 

Advent BO. . 

All Saints 8B0.. 

Ascension 200 . . 

Atonement 689. . 

Calvary 160.. 

Christ 800.. 

Christ 600.. 

Christ 804.. 

Chapel 820.. 

Epiphany 508.. 

Good Shepherd 725. . 

Grace 140.. 

Grace 860.. 

Holy Apostles 165.. 

Holy Comforter 42. , 

Holy Cross , 

Holy Spirit 96. 

Holy Trinity 1,000., 

Incarnation 525. , 

Messiah 1,648. 

Our Saviour 900. 



Henry Bell Bryan. 

J Edmund D. Cooper, D.D. 

} Henry Quimby. 
Charies M. Belden. 
John Charles Stephenson. 
George Warrington Bccles. 
John H. Prescott. 

[ Robert Weeks. 

Henry Bowers Gorgas. 
William Morrison. 
John Alexander Denniston. 
Edwin Homer Wellman. 

Comelins Leighton Twing. 

James H. Darlington, D.D. 

j Arthur Barksdale Kinsolving. 

\ William Dallam Morgan. 
Bishop Falkner. 
Robert Rogers. 

James Buchanan Nies. 
Andrew P. Underbill. 
William George Ivie. 



( Townend Glover Jackson. 
) George F. Gladding Hoyt. 

Samuel R. Bailey. 

John W. Kramer. 

j Samuel D. McConnell, D.D. 

"I Alexander Yance. 

] J. Greenwood Bacchus, D.D. 

1 W. H. Stark. 

\ Charies R. Baker, D.D. 

1 Ernest Yictor Collins. 

Sherwood Roosevelt. 



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PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Brooklyn (Pacific St. & 4th I 

Ave.) ( 

•* (llSWyckoff Ave.). 
(50th St. & 4th Ave.) 

" (Clinton A Liv- > 
ingstonSte.)... f 

** (Canton St.) 

** (Bushwick Ave., * 

n. Oreene Ave.) ) 
'* (Pacific St.,n.Bed- (. 

ford Ave.) i" 

" (Pennsylvania & I 

Liberty A ves.).. j 
** (Marcy & Gates i 

Aves.) I 

" (8. James* PI. A f 

Lafayette Ave.) f 
" (8. John's PI. &l 

7th Ave.) f 

** (Fort Hamilton).... 
(ParkvlUe) 



CHURCHBB AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Redeemer 850. 

S.Alban , 

S. Andrew 625 . 



(Atlantic Ave., n. ( 

Albany Ave.)... i 

(Blytheboome) 



(Clinton Ave., n. I 
Fnlton St.) f 

(Van Brunt St.,* 

n. President)... f 
(Adelphl St., n. ( 

DeKalbAve.).. f 
(Bedford Ave. & » 

So. 6th St.).... f 
(Presid't A Smith » 

Sts.) )' 

(Classon Ave., n. ^ 

WiU'ghbvAvOf 
(Throop Ave. A I 

Pulaski St.).... f 
(Sheepshead Bay). . 

(HighSt.,n.(3oldSt.) 
(N. 6th 8t.,n. Bed- 1 

ford Ave.) f 

(Clinton A Carroll | 

Sts.) f 

(Flatbttsh) 



S.Ann 1,408.. 

S. Augustine 874. 

S. Barnabas 481. 

S. Bartholomew 500. , 

S. Clement 834 . , 

S. (Jeorge 800. , 

8. James 515 . . 

S. John 870. . 

S. John 80., 

S. John 82., 

i S.JohnV(CburchCharily J «, 

I Ponndation) ) °^' 

S. Jude 00., 

S.Luke 1,341.. 

S. Margaret 

S.Mark 475.. 

S.Mark 546., 

S.Martin 205., 

S.Mary 842.. 

S. Matthew 400. . 

S.Matthias 

8. Michael 478.. 

S.Michael 144., 

S.Paul sao.. 

S.Paul 840.. 



*♦ (State St.,n. Bond I 
St.) f 

•* (Patchen A Jef- J 

ferson Aves.).. < 

** (Cooper A Bush- ( 

wick Aves.).... \ 

** (Howard Ave., n. * 

Atlantic Ave.)., f 

** (Fulton A ve.above I 

Crescent St.)... f 

" (Arlin^on Ave., i 

n.Scnenck Ave.) f 

CentralTsllp :. 

(^old Spring Harbor 

(V>lJege Point 

Dimton 

Bast Hampton 

Farmingdale 

Far Rockaway 

Fisher's Island 



i 8. Peter I 

ftpel. f " 



.876.. 



Chapel. 

S.Stephen 860.. 

8. Thomas 600. . 

8. Timothy 154. . 

Transfiguration 41.. 

Trinity 

The Messiah 19., 

S.John 68.. 

8. Paul 190., 

S.Mary 82,, 

8. Luke 110., 

S.Thomas 83., 

S.John 180., 

S.John 60. 



CLEBOr. 

j George Calvert Carter. 

i Ferris Tripp. 
Edward Ueim. 
William Nichols Acklcy. 

i Reese F. Alsop, D.D. 

< William McCormack. 

f Andrew Fred'k Schultzberg. 
QeoTge Fracier Miller. 

George William Lincoln. 
Turner B. Oliver. 



St. Clair Hester. 
Charles W. Homer. 

(Jeorge F. Breed. 

Richard Fletcher Putnam. 
Reese F. Alsop, D.D. 

S Albert Carrier Bunn. 

) Joseph Beers. 
Robert Bayard Snowden. 

I HenryChristianSwentzeLD.D. 
^ William R. Mnlford. 

( Frederick Ptiilllps Swezey. 

j Spencer Summerfield Roche. 
( Charles Riley Abbot, 
i Samuel M. Haskins, D.D. 
I John David Kennedy. 

Frederick William Davis. 

\ William W. Bellinger. 
< Charles Donohue. 

/ Herbert Justison Glover. 
Albert Alexander Morrison. 

James Townsend Russell. 
j William T. Fitch. 
I Thomas Gilbert Losee. 
Floyd E. West. 

Howard M. Dumbell. 

j Townend Glover Jackson. 

) George F. Gladding Uoyt. 

i Lindsay Parker. 

■{ William Worthington. 

/ Charles Bennett Johnes. 

Henry T. Scudder. 

\ James Clarence Jones. 
'( George Henderson. 

Walter I. Stecher. 

j Henry Bell Bryan. 
1 Edwin D. Weed. 

Nelson Riley Boss. 

Robert Weeks. 
Edward Folsom Baker. 
William Henry Barnes. 
Henry Bell Bryan. 
Charles H, Gardiner. 
Samuel Cox, D.D. 

s Samuel Woodward Sayrcs. 

1 Henry Mesier. 

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FABI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Flashing. . . . 

Freeport 

Glen Cove. . . 
Glendide . . . . 
Great Neck. 
Greenport .. 
Hempstead ., 
Huntington. 

Hollis 



IsHp (Great River). 



Jamaica 

King's Park (S. Johnland) . . 

Laurel Hill 

Little Neck 

Long Island Citj 

** " " (Steinway). 

Manhasset 

Maspeth 

Mattituck 

Merrick 

Newtown 

Northport 

Oyster Bay 

Ozone Park 

Patchogne 

Port Jefferscn 

Queens 

Kftvenswood 

Richmond Hill 

Riverhead 

Rockaway (Hewletts) 

Rockville Centre 

Ronkonkoma 

Roelyn 

Sag Harbor 

Sayvllle (Isllp) 

Sea Cliff....:. 

Seaford 

Setauket 

Shelter Island 

Smithtown 

South Hampton 

South Oyster Bay 

West Islip 

Whitestone 

Woodside 

Taphank. 



OHUBCHXS Aim COKXUmCAMTS. 



S. George 580.. 

Transfiguration 50 . 

S.Paul 280.. 

Annunciation 14.. 

All Saints 130.. 

HolyTrinity 3^.. 

S. George 2(12 . 

S.John 187.. 

S.Gabriel 69,, 

Emmanuel 57 . 

S.Mark 120.. 

Grace 240. 

'Hie Testimony 

S.Mary 88.. 

Zion 100., 

S.John * 174.. 

S.Matthew 14. 

Christ 115., 

S. Saviour , 

The Redeemer 17.. 

The Redeemer 45. . 

S. James 160. , 

Trinity 120. 

Christ 2i6. 

The Epiphany 128. , 

Christ./.'/.'.!!!!.*..'!!!!.".'.'..'; ' !! 

S.Joseph 55., 

S.Thomas 84., 

The Resurrection 127. , 

Grace 96. 

Trinity 180., 

Ascension 86. . 

S.Mary 28.. 

Trinity 72.. 

Christ 104.. 

S. Ann 420.. 

S.Luke 82.. 

S. Michael and All Angels. . . 25. . 

Caroline 88. . 

S.Mary 46.. 

S.James 118.. 

S.Andrew 

Grace 80.. 

Christ 60.. 

Grace 125.. 

S.Paul 40.. 

S. Andrew 14. . 



ijohn Carpenter Smith, D.D. 
Hi-nry D. Waller. 
. Jameu II. Smith. 
John VVil8un Gammnck. 
Henry Bell Bryan. 
Rirkiand Uuske. 
Robert Weeks. 
Creighton Spencer. 
James Fiey A ilk ens. 
j Henrj' Bell Bryan. 
1 Richard Dafticld Pope. 
Thomas 8. Pycolt. 
Ralph L. BryUucs. 
Horatio O. Ladd. 
Newberry O. Uulstead. 
Frederick Sterling Griffin. 
Charles N. P. Jeflfery. 
Rodney Miller Edwards. 
Alexander Jacob Daniel Kuehn. 
Charles L. New bold. 
Frederick Sterling Griffin. 

John William Barker. 
Edward Man£<fleld McGufley. 
William Holden. 
Henry Homer Washburn 
William Parker Bird. 
James Whalley Diggles. 
William G. Webb. 
Samuel Cox, D.D. 
William H. Weeks. 
George William Davenport. 
George Wanhington West. 
Thomas W. Martin . 
William E. Nies. 
Robert Weeks. 
Isaac Peck. 

Gordon Tall man Lewis. 
John H. Prescolt. 
George C. Groves. Jr. 
George Valerie Gilreath. 
Dan Marvin. 
Charles H. Gardiner. 
John Quick Archdeacon. 

William Wiley. 

Geoi«e Downing Sparks. 

C. S. M. Stewart. 

Robert Weeks. 



NONPAROCHIAL. 



Bancroft, Lucius W., D.D., Worcester, Mass. 
Bartow. George Albert. 
Betts, Beverley R., Jamaica. 
Cartwright, T. S.» Newhaven, Pa. 
Cochrane, Robert William. 
Comwell, Henry B., Newbnrgh, N. Y. 
Drowne, Thomas Stafford, D.I)., Platbush 
Sta.. Brooklyn. 

Edgerton, Edward A., St. Johnland. 

Harrison, John J., Sag Harbor. 

Hooper. William B., New York, N. Y. 

Hyde, William, Brooklyn. 

Ivie, Charies W. 

Kimber, Joshua, Associate Secretary of the 



Board of Managers of the Domestic and For- 
eign Missionary Society, New York, N. Y. 

Matson, William A., D.D.. Sec. of Society 
for Promotion of Christianity Amon;^ the Jews, 
New York, N. Y. 

Moran, Samuel. Hague, Warren Co., N. Y. 

Musgrave, William B., New York, N. Y. 

Nichols, Georee W., D.D.. Nc.rwalk, Ct. 

Pendleton, Rooert Edmund, Brooklyn. 

Saunders. J. Hnntlngdon, New London, Ct. 

lYacy, Driah T., Eddv, N. M. 

Turner, Charies William, Brooklyn. 

Walbridge, Henry B.. D.D., Brooklyn. 

Williams, J. Pallam, Brooklyn. 



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DIOCESE OF LOS AHOELES. (A.D. 1896.) 

Laa-n.—TAe awnties qf Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, Sivereide, Orange, San 
Bernardino, and San Diego, 

PopalaUon, 450,000. Aiea, 48,000 tq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Joseph Horsfall Johnson, D.D., Bishop. (1896.) Reeidence, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Secretary,— The Rev. Milton Church Dotten, Riverside. 

Treofurer.—Q. W. Parsons, 207 Soath Broadway, Los Angeles. 

Btfglstrar.—ThQ Rev. Henderson Jndd, 1969 Lovelace Ave., Los Angeles. 

Chancellor.— U, T. Lee, Ballard Block, Los Angeles. 

Standing Committee.- Clerical, the Rev. Archibald Oeoige Lister Trew, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. 
Henry Bond Remtarick, the Rev. John Gray, the Rev. Benjamin Walter Rogers Tayler, See. Lay, 
J. F. Towell, J. A. Anderson, T. L. Winder, J). Cleveland. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Home qfthe Good Samaritan, San Diego.—For unemployed men. IHreetor, H. S. Hanson. 

HoepUal qf the Good Samaritan, Lot Angeles, 

The Church Extension Society qf the Protestant Episcopal Church for Southern CaHfomia.— 
rincorporated.] iV^«., the Rev. Archibald Qeorge Lister Trew. D.D. TVeas., John W. Hugus, 
Pasadena. Sec., J. F. Towell, Los Angeles. 

Woman*s Auxiliary, Diocesan Pran<;A.— [Organised May, 1896.] Free,, 

. Sec., Mtss Esther Towell, 2217 Figueroa St., Los Angeles, Cal. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergv 


87 

1 
48 

89 

336 
178 

8,789 
206 

1,741 
$68,798 


42 


Priests Ordained 




Church Bdiflces 


44 


Organized Parishes and Missions - * 




UnorgHnized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 


...:.::.....r 


66 
886 


Confirmed 


898 


Commun'cants 


4,117 


Sunday School Teachers 


210 


Sundav School Scholars * 


1,778 


ContriDutions 


$74,668 







The 8d Annual Convention wUl b« held in S. John's Church, Los Angeles, on May 18. 

TUB OLBRQT. 

Blehoft's Examining Chaplains.-The Rev. Archibald George Lister Trew, D.D., the Rev. 
Henry Bond Kestarick, the Rev. John Day Easter, D.D. 

General Missionary.— The Rev. Octavius Parker, Los Angeles. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Anaheim . 
Boston ia. 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



S. Michael 24... 

S. John. 



Carlsbad 'S.Michael. 

Carpenteria S. Andrew 21. 



Chliio 
Colegrove . 

Colton 

Coronado . 

Covina 

Dnarte 

ElToro..., 



All Saints 

8. James 21 

S. Polycarp 

Christ 88 ... 

Holy Trinity 46 .. 

All Saints 14 ... 

S. George 10.... 

127 



OLXBGT. 



j William Bam ford Buriows. 

} William Stoddart Bearing. 
Alfred Fletcher. 
Bdmond Walters. 

William John O'Brien. 
Charles Joseph French. 
John Day Easter, D.D. 
Douglas F. Forrest, D.D. 
William John O'Brien. 
John H. McCrackan. 
William Bamf ord Burrows. 

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128 



LOS ANOELES. 



[1898. 



PAItlSHBS AXD MISSIONS. 


CHURCDES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Encondi<lo 

Pallbrook 


Trinity 

8. John 


a^.... 

m 


[ Honry Jay Camp. 


(iarvanza 


The Angels 

S.Mark 

Trinity 

S.Mary 

Ascension 

Christ 


40.... 

S:^ .. 

15.... 

58.... 

82 .. 

. . 298 . 


Henderson Judd. 


Glendale 

Ilueneme 


George Robinson. 

Uriel Heber Spencer. 

William Hart. 

Duncan Fin lay son Mackenzie. 

Alfred S^v^riano Clark 


I^>inpoc 

LoH Angeles (Boyle Heighte). 


(East) 

*' (Adam and Fi- / 

gneroa Sts.).. i 

(Olive St., opp. J 

Park) \ 

Monrovia 

Monteciio 


Epiphany 

8 John 


108.... 

413 


Archibald Geo. Lister Trew,D.B. 
\ Benj. Walter Rogers Tayler. 
) Waldo Farrington Chase. 

John Gray. 

John H. McCrackan. 


S.Paul 

S.Luke 

All Saints 


525. .. 

84.... 

21 


Mnrietta 


Trinity 

S.Matthew 

Grace 

Christ 

Holy Trinity 

All Saints 

S.Luke 

S. Paul 


10.... 

.".".".".'.'.* 25!'.!! 

112.... 

81 ... 

302... 

! 135 


George Eley. 

Arthur Lumtiden Mitchell 


National City 


Ocoan«ide 


Edmond Walters. 


Ontario 


Richard Hodges Gush^e: 
Albert Blodgett Weymoath. 


Orange 


Pasadena 


Perris 


George Eley. 
Searle Mallett Wren 


Pomona 


Redlands 

Redondo ...... ••. 


Trinity 


MO.... 


j John Day Easter, D.D. 
1 Charies Carlisle Paine. 


Riverside 


All Saints 

S.John 

S.Paul 

S. James 

S.John 

Our Saviour 

S.Paul 

All Saints 

S.Peter 

Messiah 

Trinity 

S. Augustine 




200.... 

140.... 

390.... 

46.... 

49.... 

60.... 

!!!!!!! 15!!!! 

17 ... 

102.. . 

203.... 

77... 


Milton Chnrch Dotten. 


San Bernardino 


John D. H. Browne. 


San Dieeo 


r H»*nry Bond Restarick. 


t( 


J Alfred Fletcher. 

1 Douglas F. Forrest, D.D. 


San Oabriel 


I Arthur Lunisden Mitchell. 
Benjamin Hartley. 


San Jacinto 


George Eley. 


San Luis Rey 


I Edmond Walters. 


San Pedro 


Santa Ana 


William Bamford Burrows. 


Santa Barbara 


William Henry Ramsay. 


Santa Monica 


Ernest B. Streator. 


Santa Paula 


8. Pain 

Ascension 

S. John Baptist 

S.Paul 

S.Paul 


87.... 

42 .. 

25.... 

8.... 

70 


Walter Henry Marriott. 
John H. McCrackan. 

William Bamford Burrows. 


SierreMadre 

South Riverside 

Tustin 


Ventura 


Uriel Heber Spencer. 
Albert Blodgett Weymoath. 
Joseph J. Bowker. 
William Edmond Jacob. 


V^emondale 


S. Barnabas 

S.Matthias 

S. Jolin 


40.... 

24.... 


Whittier 


WUmington 







NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Dyer, William H«nry, Pasadena. 
Hanson, Harvey Stickney. 
Jessnp, Louis Tounglove, Los Angeles. 
Judd, Henderson, Los Angeles. 
Loop, Charl«s F., Pomona. 



Merlin-Jones, Ivan Morgan, Chap., Soldiers' 
Home, Santa Monica. 
Osbom, Emect Albert. 
Shearman, William Dennis U., Monrovia. 



CLERGY NOT CANONICALLY RESIDENT, REGULARLY OPFiaATINQ UNDER 

LICENSE. 



W, Rufpell Almond, of Diocene of Oxford, England ; Pomona. 
William Frederick Ashbridge, of Diocese of Carlisle ; Oceanside. 
John Henry McCrackan, of Connecticut. 
Charier Carilple Paine, of California : Redlanda. 
Uaskcit Smith, of ; Pasadena. 



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DIOCESE OP LOXriSIANA. (A.D. 1838.) 

Popnlation (1890), 1,118,687. Area, 41,426 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rx7. Batis Sessums, D.D., Bishop. (1892.) BeHdenee^ See Honee, 2919 St. Oharlel 
Ave., New Orleans. 

Secretary qf Cound/.— The Yen. Herman Cope Duncan, D.D., Alexandria. 

Treattwrer qf i>ioc««e.— Edwin Belknap, 1618 Common St., New Orleans. 

i?tfyi*fror.— The Rev. Harry Roberts Carson, Mansfield. 

(7Aan<;e22or.— James McConnell, 688 Commercial Place, New Orleans. 

Standing Committee.^ CUrical. the Ven. John Perclval, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. Henry Har- 
court Waters, D.D., the Rev. John W. Moore. Lay^ P. N. Bntler, Sec. : James McConnell, G. R. 
Westfeldt. ' 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

CMidren*s Home^ Hew Orleans.— In charge of the Sisterhood of the Diocese. 

Church Training School for DeaconesseSy 2806 CarondeUt St.j New Orleam. 

Diocesan Free Kindergarten^ Tchoupitoulae and Howard Ste.y New Orleans. 

Protestant Episcopal AssociatUm.—Pres.t the Bishop. Sec., P. N. Bntler. 
Blanc, New Orleans. 

Sisters </ Bethany, 609 Jackson Ave.^ New Orleans.^Sw Sisterhoods, p. 58.) 



TVtfflw., Jnles A, 



Woman''s Auxiliary ^JHocesan Branch.- [Organized December, 18^.] Annnaljnneeting: : time 

►yU _ _ 
Treas.^ Miss M. £. Roan tree, 1421 Josephine St, New Orleans. 



and place of Diocesan Council. Semi-annual. S. Andrew's Day. Pr«., Mrs. T. G. ffichard- 
son, 2026 Prytanla St., New Orleans. Cor. Sec., Mrs. W. G. Coyle, 1427 St. Mary's St., New 
Orletos. "* " "' ^ -— - , . ^. .- 



Diocesan Paper.— '^ The Diocese of Louisiana." The Rev. Prancis Langing Coyle, Managing 
Editor, 2806 Carondelet St. 



STATISTICS. V 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


41 
4 

68 

7J 

88 

616 

695 

6,829 

429 

8,6^ 

12 

176 

18 

105 

$101,087 


89 


Vr\MKiA C\T^a\n^ 


2 


Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 


68 
72 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


88 


Baptisms 


648 


Confirmed , 


498 


Communicants 


6,851 


Sunday School Teachers 


446 


Sundny School Scholars 


8,682 


Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 


21 
282 


Industrial School Teachers 


28 


Industrial School Scholars 


200 


Cbntributions ,^.. 


$102,761 







The 60th Annual Council will be held in CTlirist CThurch Cathedral, New Orleans, on April 20. 

THB OLBRaT. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL {com. 500), NEW ORLEANS. 

Thk Bishop. 

2>Mfn.— The Very Rev. Prank Dsley Paradise. 

ilrcA<2eaoon^.— Alexandria: The Ven. Herman Cope Duncan, D.D. ; New Orleans: The 
Ven. John Percivai,D.D. ; Baton Rouge: The Ven. William K. Douglas, D.D.; Shreveport: The Ven. 
W. T. Dickinson Dalzell, D.D. r~^ i 

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LOUISIANA. 



[1898. 



Bishop's Examining Ckcmlains.— The Yen. William K. Douglag, D.D., the Yen. John Percl- 
Tal, D.D., the Rer. Beverley E. Warner, D.D., the Very Rev. Frank Ilaley Faradlse. 

Diocesan MissUmariss.—The Rev. Harry Roberts Caraon, New Orleans : the Rev. El)en Dorr 
Moreno, Smithland ; the Rev. William P. Browne, Bastrop ; the Rev. William Samuel Slack, R(H<e- 
dale; the Rev. Frederick Angoetas Roehl, Clinton ; the Rev. Francis Langin^ Coyle, New Orleans. 



PARISHES AMD XX8UONS. 



AbbevUle . . 
Alexandria. 



AmiteCity 

Bastrop 

Baton Ronge 

Bayou Gotua 

Boyce 

Bankie 

Chaseland 

Oheneyville 

Clinton 

Colfax 

Covington 

Crowley 

Delta 

DeSoto 

DeVaU 

Diamond 

Donaldsonville 

Franklin 

Grand Prairie 

Hammond 

Honma 

Jackson 

Lafayette 

Lake Charles 

Lakeland 

Lake Providence 

Lamothe 

Lamonrle 

Laurel Hill 

Legonier 

Lindsay 

Mansfield 

Maringonin 

Marksville 

Melville 

Mer Ronge 

Minden 

Monroe 

Morgan City . 

NaiK)leonviiIe 

Natchitoches 

Newellton 

New Iberia 

New Orleans (Camp & Race I 

Ste) ( 

** (8. Rampart I 

n. Canal St.) f 

(Olivier St.) ... 

^* (Esplanade/ 

Ave. n. Val- V 

IcreSt.).... \ 
'* (St.Ch'lesAv. i 

ACadixSt.)f 
*' (Annunciation I 

ASdSt.)... f 
•* (4th A Caron- 1 

deletSis.).. i 
** (Camp A Gai- 1 

enme St.).. f 



S.Paul U.. 

S. James 218., 

S.Mark 10. 

The Incarnation SO , 

CThrist 78. 

S.James 2S5.. 

S.Mary 2. 

S.PhUlp 44. 

S. Barnabas 26. , 

All Souls 7. 

Trinity 24.. 

S. Andrew 80., 

S.Lnke «.. 

Christ 32. 

Trinity 8. 

S.Paiil 23. 

AllSaints 11.. 

S.John.. .. 19. 

Bnmianael : 28. 

Ascension 50. 

S.Mary 120. 

86. 



CHUBCHBS AND COXKOMICAXTS. 



Grace 89. 

S. Matthew 181. 

S.Alban 

S.Michael 18. 

Good Shepherd 168. 

S. Paul 12. 

Grace 88. 

S. John 46. 

Memorial 14. 

S.John 

S.Paul 10. 

S.Andrew 10. 

Christ 81. 

S. Stephen 26. , 

S.Peter ... 20. 

8. Nathaniel 17., 

S.Andrew 21. 

S.John 19. 

Grace 78. 

Trinity 9. 

Christ 66. 

Trinity 48. 

S.Mary 7. 

Epiphany 182.. 

Annunciation 241 . 

Grace 200. 

Mount Olivet 148. 

S. Anna 482. 

S. George .300. 

S. John 65. 

S.Luke 187. 

S.Paul 781. 



Charles Coleman EIramer. 

j- Herman Cope Duncan, D.D. 

Edmund Arbuthnot Neville.* 
William P. i^wne. 
Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 
William Booth Guion. 
Harry Roberts Carson. 
Edmund Arbuthnot Neville.* 
William Samuel Slack. 
Charles Thorp. 
Frederick August Roehl. 

Albert Richard Edbrooke. 

Nowell Logan, D.D. 
Harry Roberts Carson. 
Eben Dorr Moreno. 
Edmund Arbuthnot Neville.* 
William Booth Guion. 
Charles Thorp. 

j- Edmund Arbuthnot Neville.* 

Ralph H. Prosaer. 



Joseph Hall Spearing. 
Eben Dorr Moreno. . 
Charles D. Mack. 
Harry Roberts Carson. 
WUliam Samuel Slack. 
WiUhim K. Douglas, D.D. 
Eben Dorr Moreno. 
Frederick August Roehl. 
Harry Roberts Carson. 
Wlllfam Samuel Slack. 
Edmund Arbuthnot Neville.* 
William Samuel Slack. 

William P. Browne. 

John Feamley. 
Charles Thorp. 
Upton B.Bowden. 
Harry Roberta Carson. 
Thomas W. Smith. 
Charles Coleman Kramer. 

John Percival, D J>. 

Matthew Brewster. 
Jesse S. Moore. 

E. Wallace Hunter. 



John William Moore. 
Augustus John Tardy. 

Peter A. Morgan. 

J Henry Harconrt Waters, D.D. 
( Albert Richard Edbrooke. 



Officlati..g by license. ^.^.^.^^^ ^^ GoOglC 



1898. j 



MAIXE. 



131 



PARI8HSS AND VlSSIONS. 



New Orleans (Jackson Ave. ) 

& Colisenm > 

8U.... t 

'' (480 8. Ram- f 

part St.).... J 

OakRIdce 

Opeloasas 

Patterson 

PlnevUIe 

Plaqaemiaes 

Fori Allen 

Pontchatoola 

Rayvllle 

Kosedale 

St. Pranclsville *. 

St. Joseph 

St. Martinsville 

Shreveport 

TaUttlah 

Thibodaux 

Tunica 

Union Settlement 

Washington 

West Feliciana 

WlUlamsport 

Winsboro 



Trinity 1,100. 

" Chapel 858. 

The Redeemer 28. 

Epiphany 85. 

HolyTrlnity 88. 

Mt. Olivet 45.. 

Holy Commanion 88.. 

Chnst 80., 

All Saints 10. 

8 

Nativity 9. 

Grace 100.. 

Christ 20., 

Zion 18.. 

S. Mark 166.. 

Trinity 16 , 

S. John 50 

S.Stephen 18.. 

Good Shepherd 84.. 

S.John 89., 

S.Mary 80.. 

S.Stephen 78.. 

5.. 



( BcTcrley B. Warner, D.D. 
1 James wilmer Qreeham. 

Alexander Qordon Bakewell. 
William P. Browne. 

Joseph Hall Spearing. 
Herman Cope i>ancan, D.D. 
WiUiam Booth Onion. 
Joseph Jenkins Cornish. 
Edmand Arbuthnot Neville.* 
William P. Browne. 
William Samuel Black. 
William K. Douglas, D.D. 
Thomas W. Smith. 
Charles Coleman Kramer. 
W. T. Dickinson Dahsell, D.D. 
WiUiam P. Browne. 
James Philson. 
William K. Donglas, D.D. 
Edmond Arbatbnot Neville.* 
William Samnel Slack. 
William K. Douglas, D J>. 
Bben Dorr Moreno. 
William P. Browne. 



Officiating by license. 
NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Abont, Joseph Narbonne, Jackson. 
Barnes, William C, Sanibel, Fla. 
Bvans, Frank Bngene, New Orleans. 
Gordon, John, Areola. 



Snively, William A, D.D., Lonisrille, Ky. 
Thompson, Frank, ChapUin, U.S.N., Mare 
Island, Cal. 

Trader, Thomaa Richard B., New Orleans. 



DIOCESE OF MAINE. (A.D. 1820.) 

Popnlation (1890), 651,086. Area, 81,776 sq. m. 
Tsa Rt. Ret. Hbnbt Adams Nbblt, D.D., Bishop. (1867.) Residence, 148 State St., Portland. 

Secretary and Eegittrar of Diocese.—The Very Rev. Charles Morton Sills, D.D., 135 State 
Street, Portland. 

Treawurer (if Diocese.— WlWitm G. Elli^, Gardiner. 

Stfanding Committee.— CUrical, the Very Rev. Charles Morton Sills, D.D.,/V«.; the Rev. 
James William Sparks, the Rev. Henry W. Winkley. Lay^ John Man<hall Brown, Sec.^ Port- 
land; William G. Ellis, and R. H. Gardiner. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

GirW Friendly Society in America.— (S\z branches.) Pree., Mrs. John M. Glldden, New Castle. 
Sec., Mies A. M. Merrill, 58 Pine St., Portland. AesociaU for Commended Members, Mrs. A. 8. H. 
Winsor, Wiscasset. 

House of the Oood Shepherd for Children, Rockland. 

Maine Episcopal Missionary Society.— Sec, the Rev. C. F. Lee. Treas., W. G. Ellis, Gardiner. 

S. John's School, English and Classical, Presgue Isle.— Head Master, the Rev. Charles F. Sweet. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan 5ran<?A.— [Organized Jaanary, 1879.] Annual meeting: time 
and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. H. A. Neely, 14-^ State St., Portland. See., Miss 
H. S. McCobb, 104 Park St., Portland. Treas., Miss B. H. Smith. 105 State St., PorUand. 



IHoeesan Aqier.— *'The North East.*' The Very Rev. Charles Morton Sills, D.D., Editor, Port< 
land^. 



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132 



MAINE. 



[1898. 



BTATI8T1C8. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


81 

41 

41 

8 

341 

187 

3,599 

218 

2,051 

$61,315 


88 


IMests Ordained '. 


3 


rhnTr!i IRrlfflrri 


41 


()_.... .1 I'ri iicsand Missions 


4i 


I iKirtjaiiizt'ci i^arishes and Miselons , 


7 


BaptieuiB 


420 


Confirmed 


350 


Communicants 


8,801 


Sunday School Teachers ........ 


2«7 


Sunday School Scholars 


1.9ti6 


Contributions. . . 


gTl,438 



The 79th Annual Convention will meet in S. Luke's Cathedral, Portland, June 8. 



THE OLERGY. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF S. LCKE {com. 673), PORTLAND. , • 

The Biism>r. 
-Om/i.— The Very Rev. Charies Morton Sills, D-B. 

Honorary Canofijt.—T\\e Rev. Christopher Starr Leffingwell, the Rev. Charles Talcott Ogden, 
the Rev. John McGaw Poster. 



BUhop's Examining Chaplaim.— The Rev. 


Charies Talcott Ogden, the Rev. J. B. Shepherd. 


PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND 


COM MirWIC ANTS. 


CLEROT. - " 


Ashland 


Emmanuel 

Heavenly Rest.. 

S. BamuW 

S.Mark 

S John 


33.... 

129..-. 

85... 

280.... 

il8.... 

70.... 

...106.... 

*!.... 

5<).... 

75.... 


Edward Pay son Lee. 

Hudson Sawyer. 
William Farrand Livin(^!*ton. 
George Frederic Degcn. 
Jotin MrCiaw KoMter 


Auburn . . 


AugoBla 




J^nffOT 


Bar Harbor 


S. Saviour 

Grace ,. 

Christ 

S.Psul 

S. Anne 


) Christopher Starr Leffingwell. 


Bath 


/ William Osbom Baker. 
Walter Charles Stewart. 


Blddefonl 

Brunswick 

Calais 


Medville McLsughlin. 
W^illiam John Denziloe Thomas 


Camden 

Caribou..... 


S, Thomas 

S. Luke 

Messiah 

S. John 

Christ 


31.... 

[llll[.['[l[ 54!!" 

6..., 

101 


Henry Jones. 

George Bruce Nicholson. 


Dexter 


Dresden 


A. S. H. Winsor. 


Eatitport 


Samuel L. Mitchell. 


Exeter. .'..'. 


Holy Trinity.... 

8. Paul 

Chrifit 

S. Matthew 


23.... 

32.... 

195.... 

32.... 

M 


LcBaron Wilford Fowler. 


Port Fairfield 


George Bruce Nicholnou. 
Robert Wetmore Plant. 
William Farrand Livingston, 
W^illiam Howard DavisT 


Gardiner 

HaJlowell 


Henderson 


Houlton 

•Konnebunkport 

Kin^an 


Good Shepherd.. 

S.Ann 

8. Luke 

Trinity 

Advent 


a5.... 

90.... 

6.... 

385.... 

17... 

i.n 


Richard L. Sloggett. - " 
Harry Hudson. 


Lewlston 


Ivan C. B'ortin. 


Limestone 


George Bruce Nicholson. 


Lincoln 


Macwahoc 


2 . 


[■ Harry Hudson. 


Milford 

New Cattle 


S.Peter 

S. Andrew . . . . 
S.Mary 


3.... 

42.... 

54.... 

... 12 


Arthur Bradford Paplneau. 
(^harlen Foil en Lee. 


North East Harbor 

Norway 


Joseph R. Norwood. 
Marcus Hobson Carroll. 


♦Old Orchard 


S. John 

S. Jaraes 


[IVM".]]], 25'.,'.. 




Oldtown 

Orono 


{^ Arthur Bradford Papineaa. 


Portland '...'.,... 


S. Stephen . . . 


288.... 


Asa Dalton, D.D. 



*Sainmer chapels. 



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MARQUETTE. 



133 



PABI8UES AND MISSIONS. 


0UURCHK9 AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLEBQT. 


Portland 


8. Paul 


.217... 


Joseph Battel! Shepherd. 
Charles P. Sweet. 


Presqne Isle 

♦ProutV Neck 


S. John 

8. James 


86.... 


Richmond 

Rockland 

lt«x;kport 


8. Matthiat 

8. Peter 

S. Mark ... . 


20.... 

148 ... 

3 .. 

132... 


William Parrand Livingston. 
John Sterling Moody. 
Henry Jones. 
Henry W. Winkley. 

William Howard Davis. 


Saco 


Trinity 


Seal Harbor ^.... 

Sherman 


8. Jiidfe 

S.James 

The Redeemer . . . 


12.... 

83... 


♦Sorrento 




Thomaston 


8. John Baptist . 

S.Mark.... 

8. Thomas 

S.Philip 

Trinity 

8. George . ... 


11... 


Hamilton Bancker Phelps. 


WatervJlle 

Winn 

Wiscasset 

Woodford's 

♦York Harbor 


no.... 

26.... 

22 .. 

31 ... 


James William Sparks. 
Harry Hadson. 
A.S.H.Winsor. 
Charles Talcott Ogden. 



• Snmmer chapels. 

NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Packard, George Tliomas, Boston, Mass. | Wrlxon, Arthnr Nicholas, New York, N. Y^. 



DIOCESE OF MABQinSTTE. (A.D. 1895.) 

Limits.— 7%a< part of the Stale of Michigan known as the Northern PeninsiUa, with the 
Idand9y except the Igiand qf Mackinac. 

Popalation (1804), 206,000. Area, 16,016 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rev. Gkrshom Mott Williams, D.D., Bishop. (1896.) Residence^ Marquette. 

Secretary and Reffisfrar.— The Ven. Percy G. H. Robinson, Marquette. 

Tyeamrer.—C. H. Call, Marquette. 

Standing Commit te^.—riericat. Rev. Cassius Miller Westlake, Phw.; the Rev. John Edward 
Cnrzon; the Rev. Ernest Willoughby Jewell. Lay. Hon. John W. Stone, Sec.. Marquette ; D. H. 
Ball, L. L. Hubbard. 



OHUROH INSTTTUTIONa 

S. Luke's Hospital, Marquette.— Visitor^ the Bishop. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [OTgtLn\zed May, IWW.] Pres., Mrs. B. B. Palmer, 
221 East Ridge Street, Marqnette. Sec. and Treas., Miss Nina Stone, Marquette. 



statistics. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


16 

"ii 

80 

280 

99 

1,588 

184 

1,075 

$16,688 


18 


Priests Ordained 




Church Edifices 




Organized Parishes and Mission? \ 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions f 

Baptisms 


202 


Confirmed 

Communicants 


290 
1,727 


Sunday School Teachers 


161 


Sunday School Scholars 


1,292 


Contributions 


$26,5.54 







The 8d Annual Convention will meet in Trinity Church, Houghton, June 17. 

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KAUYLAHTD. 



[1898. 



THB OIiBRQT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF S. PAUL (com. 325), MARQUETTE. 

The Bishop. 

Arehdtamn.— The Yen. Percy G. H. Robinson, Marquette. 

liinhoffs Kxatnifdng Chaplains.— The Rev. John Edward Carzon, the Rev. John W. McCleary, 
the Rev. Ernest WiUonghby Jewell. 



PARISHES AXD MISSIONS. 


CHUROHXa AND COXHUKICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Bay Mills 


Epiphany 

8. Matthew...; 

Christ 

All Saints 


83.... 

9.... 

112.... 

10.... 




Bessemer 




Calumet 

Donaldson . . ... 


Ernest Wllloughhy Jewell. 


Esc^inaba 


S.Stephen 

8. Mark 

Grace 

S. Andrew 


72.... 

12.... 

25.... 

24.... 




Ewen 

Gladstone 


Edward Warren. 


Grand Marais 


(Jeorgc F. A. MrtcKelcon. 


Houghton 


Trinity 

Holy Trinity 

S.John 

s. Paul 


241.... 

5S.... 

21.... 

47.... 

1U6.... 

15 


John Eduartl Curxon. 


Iron Moun tain 


Henry Jumet ?urdue. 


Iron River 


William Alfred Catfli 


Iron wood 


James de Beever Kaye. 
John W. McCleary. 


Ishperniug 


Grace 

8. David 


Lake Liuden 


Ernest Willoughby Jewell. 
Edward Warren. 
The Bishop. 


Maniatlque 

Marqaeiie (South) 


8. Alban 

S.Margaret 

Grace 

8. John 


15.... 

'..'.'.'.". sC.'. 

r^R 


Menominee 




Ne^'annee 


Robert Wood. 


Norway 




Henry Jamce Pnrdue. 


Ontonagon . 


Ascension 

8. Thomas 

Good Shepherd 

S. James 


20.... 

2.... 

20.... 

255 ... 




Rockland 




St.I?nace. 

Sault Ste. Marie 


CasHins Miller Westlake. 


Wilson 


Zion 


89.... 


William Alfred Cash. 







NON-PAROCHIAL. 



BabSn, Job Ossiander, TrenJon, Mich. 
Cory-ThonHis. Tarberville, in England. 
Drake, Charles P., New York, N. Y. 



Gibson, George, St. Paul, Minn. 
MuUlKan, William Albert, Beatrice, Neb. 
Tooke, W. Macanlay, Iron River. 



DIOCESE OF HABYLAND. (A.D. 1783.) 



Ths counties of AlUghany^ Anns Arundel ^ Ballimore, Calvert^ Carroll^ Frederick^ 
' ' "■ • ' Washington, in the State of Maryland. 



Limits, 
Garrett, Harford, Howard,'and 



Popalation (1890), 772,250. Area, 4,606 sq. m. 



The Rt. Rev. William Parbt, D.D., 
Avenae, Baltimore. 



LL.D., Bishop. (1885.) Residence, 1110 Madison 



Secretary/ of Convention.— The Rev. Peregrine Wroth, 215 E. Preston Street, Baltimore. 

Treasurer of Convention.— 'E/Aigax G. Miller, 213 E. German Street, Baltimore. 

Standing CommitJ^ee.— The Rev. J. Houston Eccleston, D.D., Pre^. : the Rev. William Scott 
Southgate, D.D., the Rev. John Sebastian Bach HoiL'es. D D., the Rev. William Meade Dome. D.D., 
the Rev. Frederick Gibson, D.D., the Rev. William H. H. Powers, the Rev. George C. Stokes, Sec. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Chase Iloine, Annapoiis^ for Aged Ladies.— Matron, Mrs. J. C. Harrison. 

Christ Church Asylum for Ffmtle Children, 231 East 2Ut Street, Baltimore.— Sec, Miss Celia 
H. Thompson. 

CoUege of S. James {Grammar School), Ilagerstown.— Chaplain, the Rev. Henry C. E. Costelle. 

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Oirlt^ Friendly SoeUly in Ameriea.—O^weaij'i.wo parochial branches.) 8ee.^ Mies Chew, 141 
West Lanvale Street, Baltimore. Asaociate for Commtnded Members^ Mrs. A. L. Sioussut, LaJce 
Roland, Baltimore Co., Md. 

Hannah More Acadttmy, the Diocesan School for Oirls^ near BeietersUmn.— Chaplain and 
Principal^ the Rev. Joseph Fletcher. 

Protestant Episcopal Orphan House^ Frederick CUy.—Pres.y Mrs. A. Q. Ross. 

8.John*s OrphanoM for Boys. Waverly^ Baltimore.— ¥ot admission address the Sister in 
Chai|^. Truste&t the vestry of S. John^s Chorch, Huntingdon. Treas^ H. A. Jackson. 

S. John's School fbr Boys and Oirls, Waverly^ Baltimore.— Bector, the Rector of S. John. 

8. Martha^ s Episcopal Home, 786 West Lexington Street, BaUimore. 

S. Paurs House, Baltimore (a home for worklngwomen).— i?«^^*, the Rector of S. Panl. 

8. Peter's Asylum for Female Children, Baltimore.— Pres., the Rector of 8. Peter. 

S. Peter's School, Baltimore.— Pres., the Rector of 8. Peter. 

" The Benevolent Society of the CUy and County of Baltimore J*' --{^. Paul's School for Olrl?*, 
8411 North Charles Street, Baltimore.) Pres. qf Board qf Trustees, the Rector of S. Paul. 
Matron, Miss J. Davison. 

The Boys' School qf S. PafiPs Pariah, BaUimore, 8 East Franklin Street.— Rector, the Rect»)r 
of S. Paul. Master, the Rev. Bdward de Seebach Jany. 

The Church Home and Infirmary, North Broadway, Baltimore.— ['* The Church Home and 
Infirmary of the City of Baltimore.''] Pre^.jthe Rev. John Sebastian Bach Hodges, D.D. Treas., 
William Tbumsen. Sec., Charles Haiidfield Wyatt. Chaplain, the Rev. C. B. Harding. 

The Hospital for the Belitf qf the Crippled and Deformed, 8 W. 20lh Street, Baltimore.— In 
char(?e of the All Saints Sisters. 

The S. Mary's Home for LUtle Colored Boys, TXPl West Blddle Street, BaUimore. 

Warjleld College, Sykesville.— {The Diocesan School for Boys.) Pres., the Bishop. Head 
Master, C. W. Stryker. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Org&nized 1876.] Annual meeting : day before Di' 
ocesan Convention in May. Semi-annnal, November. Pres, Mrs. A. L. Sioussat, Lake Roland, 
Baltimore Co. See.,lilsB Rebecca D. Davis, 187 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore. Treas., Mrs. 
John Tliompson Mason, 807 Fremont Avenue, Baltimore. 



Diocesan Paper.—" Maryland Churchman," 1110 Madison Ave., Baltimore. Editor, the Bishop. 



STATISTICS. 


1886. 


1897. 


Clergy ,..,..,. 


186 

6 

183 

88 

11 

1,657 

1,266 

18,m 

1,874 

12,481 

84 

610 

187 

1,800 

$858,449 


186 


Priests Ordained 


5 


Church Edifices 


189 


Organized Parishes and Missions 


88 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


l\ 


Baptisms 


1 672 


Confirmed 


1,455 
18,689 

1,465 

13,086 

17 


Communicants 


Sunday School Teachers 


Sunday School Scholars 


Parish School Teachers 


Parish School Scholars 




Industrial School Teachers 


189 


Industrial School Scholars 


1,865 • 


Contributions .-. 


$357,279 





The 116th Annual Convention will be held in KmmanneJ Church, Baltimore, on May 85. 



THE OLBRQT. 

The Bishop. 

Archdeacons.— Baltimore : The Ven. William H. H. Powers ; Annapolis : The Yen. Charles 
Jared Cnrtis ; Cuml>erland : The Ven. Osborne Ingle. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains*— The Rev. John Wade Nott, the Rev. Charles Ernest Smith, 
D.D., the Rev. Edward T. Lawrence, the Rev. Percy F. Hall. 

Sural Deans.— The Rev. Edward Augustus Colbum, the Rev. Alexander C. Haverstick. 

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PARISHES. 


CHORCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Bmmunnel 

S. Johu 


ALLXQHANT COUNTY. 

Emmanael, Cumberland . . . .238 

S.John, Frostburg 118 .. 

S. James, Westemport 1 12 

Cumberland 63. . . . 

S. John, Lonaconing 


Frederick Bingham Howden. 
Alexander C. Haverstick. 


Holy Cross. .................. 


Marcellas Karcher. 
John Hoiwell Geare. 




William Dunbar Qonld. 


a. George 


John Wade Nott. 



All Hallows . 
S. Anne . . . 



8. James 

Severn 

S. Margaret, Westminster . . 



8. Peter . 



8. PhUip. 



8. Paul (Charles & Saratoga I 
Sts.) ( 

" (BJb^ St., near Greene 



(Lafayette Sq.) 

(Baltimore & Hon-/ 
roe Sts,).. s 

(Cor. of Mlllhigt(mi 
Ave. & Romsey V 
8t. Extended) , . . ) 

(St. Paul & Chase Sts.) 



(Cathedral & Read i 
Sts.) f 

(N. Chester St.) 

(Wallbrook) 

(Park Ave. A Monn- 1 

mentSt.) i" 

(S.Charles St.) 

S. B. (Columbia Ave.). 
(W. Pratt & Chester t 

Sts.) f 

(Canton) 

(Chase* Eden Sts.).. 
(Gilmore St. A Rlggs i 

Ave.) f 

(Gay & Payette Sts.).. 
(Eutaw PI. & Madi- * 

son Ave.) . . f 

(W. Madison 81.) 

(Broadway & Mc- » 

Eldeny St.) f 

(Hit(h & Lombard } 

SUA f 

(Biddle St. & Argyle i 

Ave.) f 



ANNB ARDNDBL COUNTY. 
All Hallows I. no 

Chapel, Davldsonville f ii« • 

S. Anne, Annapolis 493 . . . 

S.Philip's Chapel ^... tX) .. 

8. James. Herring Creek.. { q„ 
S. Mark Chapel, Kiendshlp f ^• 

8. Stephen K~. 

S. Paul Chapel,Crownsville i *"°- • 

S.Margaret [ «« 

Glenbumie Chapel f '*' * * 

S. Maiy, Jefsap P. 21 . . . 

8. Peter. Patuxeut Forge .. 86... 

Christ, West River 185. . . 

8. Barnabas, Curtis Bav 29. . . 

All Saints, Annapolis Jc 40. . . 

BALTmORS CITY AND COUNTY. 

S.Paul 010.. 

" (Tliapel, Avalon 

8. John Baptist 175. , 

BALTIMORE CITY. 

Ascension * 672. . . 

All Saints 285... 

Chapel of the Holy Cross ... 182. . . 

Christ 498... 

Church Home and Infirmary 

Emmanuel 880... 

Chapel of the Atonement . . .206. . . 
Prince of Peace Chapel 116. . . 

Grace 862 .. 

Chapel of the Advent 808. . . 

Henshaw Memorial 828. . . 

Holy Comforter 184. . . 

Holy Evangelists 95... 

Holy Innocents 292... 

Holy Trinity 279... 

Messiah 618... 

Mt. Calvary 500 .. . 

Chapel 8. Mary the Virgin. . .606. . . 

Our Saviour 262 .. 

S.Andrew 268... 

8. Barnabas 448... 



Charles Jared Curtis. 

( WillUm Scott Southgate,D.D. 
- Joseph Patton McComas. 
( ('harles Wesley Brooks. 

.Alexander Gait. 
William Munford. 
Byrd Thornton Turner. 



William Puscy Painter. 
John Withers Heal. 
John C. Gray. 



r John Sebastian B.Hodges,D.D. 

Charles Augustus Jessnp. 
\ David Prescolt Allison. 

Enward de Seebach Juny. 
twill lam Lindsay Glenn. 



j Charles Coleman Griffith. 
1 William H. Osmond. 
Edward Worrell Wroth. 

Clarence Bnel. 

j Edwin Barnes Nlver. 
I Henry Felix Kloman. 
Carroll Everett Harding. 

ij. Houston Bccleston, D.D. 
Thomas Edward Pattison. 
Douglass Hoof. 
Henry T. Sharp. 
tOillert Marshall Foxwell. 
\ Arthur Chilton Powell. 
( Jerry Knode Cooke. 
Charles A. Hensel. 
William H. Milton. 
I 
W. A. Crawford-Frost. 

Harris Mallinckrodt. 
Robert Alexander Tuff t. 

J. Julius Sams, D.D. 

Peresrine Wroth. 
i Robert Hitchcock Paine. « 
^ George Barker Stone. 
( Clarence Morton Murray. 

Carroll Brerett Harding. 

) John Woods Elliott. 
f Colwort K. P. Cogswell. 

Thomas Atkinson. - 

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137 



PABISHBB. 



St. Paa1(North A itadiDon f 

''. (DiYlsion * & ' i*reBt- 1 
maoSts.) s 

»' (N. High St.) 

** ( Waverley) 

" (Carey, near Lexin^:- * 
ton St.) f 

*' (W. Lombard St.) 

** (Hampden) 



0HDRCHK8 AND COMMUXICANT8. 



" (St-Panl&aothSte.).. 

" (Drnld Hill Ave. & { 
Lanvale St.) | 

*• (Homeetead) 

" (Five Mile Hill) 

• (Philadelphia Road)... 

** (Lnfayette Ave. & t 
Bolton St.) f 

" (Broadway & Pratt t 
St.) f 



Reisterstown. 



Sherwood 

S.James 

S.Thomas.... 
Western Run . 



Immannel (Glencoe) . 



Rossville . 



J. Bartholomew 214. . 

S. Gleorge 853.. 

S . Jamee 185 . . 

S. John 236.. 

S.Liike 602. 

S.Mark. 202.. 

S.Mary 196.. 

S. Michael and All Angels. 1,013. . 

S.Peter 642.. 

S. Thomas 94. . 

S. Andrew 42. . 

S.Clement 27.. 

The Memorial 686.-. 

Trinity 179.. 

BALTIMORE COTJNTT. 

S. Michael, Hannah More I 

Academy f 

All Saints 191.. 

Sherwood 55.. 

!:5. James 151.. 

S.Thomas 114.. 

S.John 19 . 

Redeemer, Govanstown 119., 

S. Maiy, Franklin 88. 

Chapel at Phcenix 49.. 

S. John, Moant Washiuj^ton 125. . 

S. Mark, Plkesville 68 

S. Timothy. Catonsvllle 110.. 

Sulphnr Spring 14. 

Trinity, Long Green 49. . 

Trinity. Towson 243. . 

S. Matthew, Sparrow's Point 6a . , 
Transfiguration, W. Arlington 12. 
Holy Comforter 23. , 



Edward H. Ingle. 

Frederick Gibson, D.D. 

George Freeman Bragg, Jr. 
Francis H. Stubbs. 

J William A. Coale. 

t Stuart Crockett, D.D. 
George Miltenberger Clickner. 
William C. Butler. 

I Charles Ernest Smith, D.D. 
< John Arthur Evans. 

/ George Toland McCoun. 

S Frederick W. Clampett, D.D. 

) John George Sadder. 
Robert Holland Taylor, D.D. 
Howard Glison England. 
William Bruce McPherson. 

) William Meade Dame, D.D. 

f Walter Byron Stehl. 

Julius Eckhart Granuner, D.D. 



>- Joseph Fletcher. 

Adolphns Thomas Pindell. 
(ieorge Krebs Warner. 
Hobart Smith. 
George William Thomas. 
George C. Stokes. 
William Rollins Webb. 
Duncan McCulloh. 
Wilbur F. Watkiiis, Jr. 
Edward T. Lawrence. 
Percy Foster Hall. 
Edward W. Wroth. 
Lewis Beeman Browne. 
WUliam H. H. Powers. 
John Withers Heal. 
William Rollins Webb. 
William Bruce McPherson. 



BALTIMORE AND HAAFOBD COUNTIES. 

S.John S. John, Upper Falls 70 I J. Worrall Larmonr. 



All Saints 

Christ Church. 



S.Paul. 



CALVERT COUNTY. 

All Saints, Snnderlandville .. 34. . . . 

Christ, Port Republic 212. . . , 

S.Peter*s Chapel (Solomon) l 

AllSalnts \ "•' 

8. Paul, Prince Frederick ... 60. . . . 



Benjamin Barnes Lovett. 
) Reginald Heber Mnrphv. 
1 Francis Bumell Randall. 



John C. Anderson. 



CARROLL, BALTIMORE, AND HOWARD COUNTIES. 

Ho,,.Trlnlty.................|Tj^_....,.^^ 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Ascension | Ascension, Westminster . . . 186. . . . |Elbert Barr Taylor. 



All Saints . 
Catoctin . . 
8." Paul... 



Zlon.. 



FREDERICK COUNTY, 

All Saints, Frederick City .. .272. . . . 
Harioti Ch'l, Catoctin Fum'e 28. . . . 
S. Paul. Point of Rocks... t ^^ 

S. Luke. Adamstown J °*""' 

Zion, Urbana 20.... 



Osborne Ingle. 
Ernest McGIIl. 

Coupland Randolph Page. 

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CHUBCHXS AKD C0MMUM10AMT8. 



Linganore 
S.Mark. .. 



FRBDSBICK AND CARROLL COimTIES. 

I 118.... IDavidMaj. 



FRBDERICK AND WASHINOTON COVNTIB8. 



....|, 



S. Matthew . 



ChnrchvIIle . 
Deer Creek. . 



Havre de Grace.. 
8. George 



8. Mark, Peteraville ) 

8. Lnke's Chapel, Pleasant VSOS. 
Val S 

aARRXTT OOUNTT. 

I S. Matthew, Oakland 42.. 

HARFORD COUNTY. 

[Holy Trinitv, Churchville . . 70. 

Grace, Darlington 128. , 

I Asceneion, Scarboro 64 . . 

8. John, Havre de Grace . . . 110. 

S. George, Spesutlae 80. . 

Christ, Rock Spring 61. 

Emmanuel, Bel Air It4 . 

S. Mary, Emmorton M. . 

S. James, Trappe 8.. 

HolyCross 46., 



HOWARD COUNTY. 

Grace, Elk Ridge Landing . 167. . . 

MonntCalvary 46.... 

Chapel of Good Shepherd, 

Jonestown 88.... 

8. Alban, Alberton 48.... 

S.John 85... 

S.Mark 88.... 

8. Peter, Ellicott City U4.... 

S.Paul 



Edward Trail Helfenstcin. 
Robert Burwell Nelson. 



I William Brayshaw. 



Edward Angostits Colbom. 



PredeHc Humphrey. 
William A. Alrich. 
Levin J. Sothoron. 
Robert Allen Castleman. 
I William Francis Brand. D.D. 
Edward Augustus Colbum. 
I Levin J. Sotnoron. 



John C. Gray. 
William A. Henderson. 

jComelini SteveiisoD Abbott, 
1 Jr. 

Hall Harrison, D.D. 
William A. Heoderson. 
Robert Andrewes Poole. 
David May. 



HOWARD AND ANNS ARUNDKL COUNTIBS. 

Qneen Caroline |ChrU»t, Savage 87 I William Pusey Painter. 

^"-"^ Schi^i.::::::::::} i«- ..|wn.tamp.Q«dner. 



8. John . 



WASHINGTON COUNT F. 

S. John, Hagerstown 235. . 

a. Ann'sChapel.Smithbnrg^ ^ 

S. James' Chapel j w.. 

8. Andrew, Clear Spring 48.. 

8. Mark, Lappon^s Cross 

Roads 82., 

8. Paul, Sharpsbnrg 40. . 

8. Thomas, Hancock 194.. 



Henry Evans Cotton. 

Henry Charles Eayre Costelle. 

Jabez C. Koon. 

> Henry Charles Eayre Costelle. 
f Robert Burwell Nelson. 
Jabez C. Koon. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Atkinson. John, Onancock, Va. 

Bacon, Thomas Scott, D.D., Buckeyes: own. 

Barrett, John, Baltimore. 

Crampton, Savington W., Bnltimore. 

Cnrrie, C. George, D.D., in Europe. 

Edwards. Henry, Hagerstown. 

Gauss, Cnarlef. 

Gemand, Robert Henrv, Baltimore. 

Gray, Edward P., Bnltimore. 

Grimth. Samuel Henry .Baltimore. 

Jonee. Cnstis Parsons. Baltimore. 

Kelso, George R., Baltimore. 



Leakin, George Armistead, D.D., Chnplain 
of Public Institutions and Seamen, Baltimore. 

Loop, De Witt ainton, 1405 N. Mount St., 
Baltimore. 

Moran, Francis J. Clay. 

Murphy, William, Baltimore. 

Pnonett, Thomas W., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Reese. James William. Westminister. 

Rich, Lawson Carter. New York. 

Rose, John, Mandarin, Fla. 

Whittingham, Richard, Aiken Coal Co., 
Terryvlllc. 



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BIOCESE OF HASSACHXISETTS. (A.B. 1781) 

PopaUtion (1880), 3,288,948. Area, 7,800 sq. m. 

Th« St. Rby. Wiluax Lawbbkcs, D.D., LLJ)., Bishop. (1898.) BeHdence, 101 BratUe 
Street, Cambridge. 

Secretary of dniMRtfoii.— The Rev. William Henry Brooks, D.D., The Diocesan Hoase, 1 Joy 
Street, Boston. 

TWasurer of Conv€nti4m.— The Roy. Charles Henry Learoyd, Wakefleld. 

BegUtrar.— The Rev. Edmnnd Farwell Slafter, D.D., 249 Berkeley Street, Boston. 

StandiiM OommUUe.— Clerical^ ihe Rev. John Summerfleld Lindsay, D.D., iVw.y the Rev. 
Bdward Abbott, D.D.. 8ec., 11 Dana Street, Cambridge ; the Ven. Albert St. John Chambrd, D.D., 
the Rev. B. Winchester Donald, D.D. ikxy, Edward Livingston Davis, Arthur J. C. Sowdon, 
Robert Codman, Charles Q. Saunders. 

OHUROH INSTrrUTIONS. 

Bo$Um Epi9Copal Charitable SwAety.—ilncoit. 1784.1 Pres., Samnel Eliot, LL.D. TreoB., 
Amory A. Lawrence, 68 Channcy Street, Boston. jSec, William P. Blake, 19 Pemberton Square, 
Boston. 

Ckurek Home for Orphcm and Destitute Children^ Boston.— [Incor. 1888.] N Street, between 
Broadway and Fourth Street, South Boston. Treas., G. H. Richards, Sears Bnll<1ing, Boston. 
Chaplain, the Rev. Albert Eugene George. Treas. qT Board of Managers, Miss Mabel R. Sturgis, 
G9 Beacon Street. Sec., Mrs. B. H. Fabens, 8 Hamilton Street, Salem. 

Diocesan Board of Missions.— ]}neoT. 1889.] Pres., the Bishop. See., the Rev. Reginald Hcbec 
Howe, D.D., Longwood. Treas., Robert H. Gardiner, Diocesan House, 1 Joy Street, Boston. 

Episoopal Church Association.— {Incor. 1870.] Booms, the Diocesan House, 1 Joy Street, Bos- 
ton. Prts., Arthur J. C. Sowdon. Treas., Leverelt 8. Tuckerman, 58 State Street, Room 958, 
Boston. Clerk, Henry M. Upham, 283 Washington Street, Boston. 

Episcopal CUu (Boston) Mission.- Pres., the Bishop. Superintendent, the Rev. Frederick B. 
Allen, Diocesan House, 1 Joy Street, Boston. Sec., Robert Treat Paine, Jr., 86 State Street, 
Boston. Treas., Robert H. Gardiner, Diocesan House, 1 Joy Street, Boston. 

Episoopal Theological School, Cambridge.—iSee Educational Institutions, p. 60.) 

Fund for the Erection of Churches and Chapels in the Diocese of Massachtt*ftt*.—[Fonnded 
1875.] Trustees, the Rev. John Thomas Magrath, Robert Treat Paine, Samnel Eliot, LI^D. 

Oirls^ Friendly Society in America. -(Seventy-three branches.) Pr^s., Miss Mackintosh, 42 St. 
Stephen Street, Boston. Sec, MUs K. M. Hoppin, 400 Broadway, Cambridge. Associate for Com- 
mended Members, Miss Martyn, ll.*) Dale Street, Roxbnry. 

Oroton School, Oroton.— [Incor. 1884.] Head Master, the Rev. Endicott Peabody. Treas. to 
BocurdjQf Trustees, S. B. Peabody, Bostim. 

Highland Military Academy, Worcester. —{JiBtAb. 1866 ; a church school, 1887.] Visitor, the 
Bishop. Head Master, J. A. Shaw. Treas. and Business Manager, G. L. Clark. 

Margaret Coffin Prayer- Book Society.— [Incor. 1856.] Pres., Samuel Eliot, H-.D. Treas., 
Henry M. Upham, 288 Washington Street, Boston. Clerk, Charles P. Gardiner, Brookline. 

Massachusetts Branch of the Free Church Association.— Hncor. 1883.] Pres., the Rev. Re^i- 
T^ald Heber Howe, D.D. Sec., the Rev. Arthur Moorhouse, Medford. Treas., Clarence H. Poor, 
25 Congress Street, Boston, Mass. 

Massachusetts Church Missionary Society.— [Incor. 1867.] Pres., Martin L. Bradford. Sec, 
the Rev. Thomas P. Pales. Treas., Francis Dumaresq. 

Sdilors' Haven, 46 Water Street, Charlestown.—Supt., John AlUn. Asst., Stanton H. King. 

S iMke^s Home for Convalescents, 149 Boanbury St.. Boston.— VLncor. 1872.] Chaplain, Rcy, 
William Osgood Pearson. Sec. and Treas., Wallace H. Ham, 95 Kllby Street. Boston. 

S. Mark's School, Southborough.— [Incor. 1865.] Visitor, the Bishop. Head Master, the Rev. 
William Grcenough Thayer. Clerk qf Board qf Trttatees, Henry N. Bigelow. 

S. Mary's Ho*ife for Sailors, 120 MarHnal Street, East Boston.— (Co6peTtit]ns with the Eng- 
lish Emigration Society of the S. P. C K., the Giris' Friendly Society, and rhe United Briiish 
Women's Emimtion Society, and under the auspices of the Episcopal City (Boston) Mission.) 
Supt., James M. Battles. 

S. Monica's Horns, 45 and 47 Joy Street, Boston.— A home for sick colored women. 

Sodtty fiyr the Belief of Aged or Disabled Episcopal Clergyfnen.-\lncor. 1816.] Sec., Rev. 
John Thomas Magrath, Mattapan. Treas., George S. Parker, John Hancock Building, 178 Devon- 
ihire Street, Boston. 

Society for the Belitfqfthe Widows and Orphans gf Deceased Clergymm^ th^P.^ Church 



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(DioMse of Ma8iaehuseit8),-^[lncor. 1841.1 Sec,^ the Rev. Henben Kldner, 16 Brimmer Street, 
Boston. Trdos.^ Harcoart Ampry, 40 Water Street, Boston. 

Stanwood Scliool^ 7bp«/2tf/<l.— (In coimection with the Church Home for Orphan and Destitate 
Children.) Chaplain, the Rev. Joseph W. Uyde, Danvers. Matron, Mrs. Arthur Johnson. 

The Association for the Work of Mercy.— The House of Mercy, 44 Carver Street, Boston.— 
Chaplain, the Rev. C. H. Brent. The Country House, Stoughton.— Chaplain, the Rev. Geoixe 
Walker. 

The nomeatead Inn, New fyswich, N. If.— A summer vacation retreat for self-supporting 
women. Board, $3 per week. Matron^ Sister Katharine, of the Sisters of S. Margaret, Louisbnrg 
Square, Boston. Chaplain, the Rev. Geoige Jarvis Prescott, Boston. 

TVinity Hoiae Laundry, Boston.— Supt., Mrs. M. E. Allen. 

Trustees qf Donations to the Protestant EjAscopal Church.— \Iticot. 1810.] Pres., Robert Codman. 
Sec., Charles G. Saunders, 93 Milk Street, Boston. Treas., William P. Blake, 19 Pemberton Square, 
Boston. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan J?ro/w?^.— [Organized November, 1877.] Annual meeting : third 
Wednesday in October ; time and place fixed by officers and Standing Committee. Pres., Mrs. S. 
V. R. Thayer, No. 80 "The Fenway," Boston. Sec, Miss Alice M. Morgan, Hnbbard Park, Bos- 
ton. Treas., Miss Mary B. Foote, 353 Harvard Street, Cambridge. 



STATISTICS. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . , 
Uuoraanized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants , 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

Contribntions 



251 


253 


12 


• 8 


178 


188 


150 


151 


58 


67 


3,412 


8,505 


2,109 


2,206 


35,064 


36,512 


2,662 


2,705 


22,180 


22,898 


$912,251 


$814,977 



The 118th Annual Convention will bo held at Trinity Chapel, Boston, on May 11, at 9 a.x. 

THB OliERGT. 

This Bishop. 



Archdeacons.— WiBion : The Ven. John Summerfleld Lindsav. D.D.; Lowell : The Ven. James 
Heartt Van Buren ; New Bedford : The Ven. Emellus W. Smith ; Worcester : The Ven. Henry 
Hague ; Springfield : The Ven. John Clough Tebbetts. 

Bis/top's Examining; Chaplains.— The Rev. Reginald Heber Howe, D.D., the Rev. Auguftlne 
Heard Amory, the Rev. Henry Sylvester Nash, D.D., the Ven. James Heartt van Buren, the Rev. 
Alexander Hamilton Vinton, D.D. 

CMplain to the City Institutions, South Boston.— The Rev. Samuel Stanley Searing. 



PARISHBS AND MISSIONS. 



Adams 

Amesbury..,. 

Amherst 

Andover 

Arlington 

Ashfleld 

Athol 

Attleborough 

Ayer 

Barnstable . . . . 
Beachmont... 

Belmont 

Beverly 



Boston (30 Brimmer). 



CHURCHES Aim COMMUNICANTS. 



S.Mark 296. 

S.James 100. 

Grace 177. 

Christ 240. 

S. John 61 . 

S.John 34. 

S. John 60. 

AllSaints 47. 

S.Andrew 52. 

vS.Mary 20. 

S.Paul 94. 

AllSaints 36. 

S.Peter 152. 

Advent 530. 



CLERGY. 



Louis Zahncr, D.D, 
Charles Newton Morris. 
David Sprague. 
Frederic Palmer. 

George Fisher. 
Charles James Sbrimpton. 
James Libby Tryon. 
Edward Henry Newbegiu. 

Francis Augustus Foxcroft. 
Edward Augustus Rand. 
Eugene Joseph VincentHulginn. 
j William Barroll Frisby, D.D. 
■j John Wynne Jones. 

Digitized by LjOOQIC 



1898.] 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



141 



PARISHES AKB nSSIONS. 



Boston , Dorchester ( A s h - f 

mont c. Bashnell) f 

" (igoe Washington).... 

♦♦ (Salem) 



(Newbury) 

W. Rorburv (Strat- » 

ford cor. Clement) s 

(Cortes St.) 



CHCBCHXS AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



All Saints 518. 

Ascension Chapel 2S0. , 

Christ 150., 

Emmanuel 650. . 



Bmmannei 74 

Good Shepherd 297. 



Soath (Dorchester St.). 

Mattapan (Biver St.).. 
(St. Stephen cor.) 

Galnsborongh)... f 

(RosUndale) 

(South) City Point* 

(825 E. Fourth)... f 
(40 Chambers) 



Grace. 



Dorchester (Cottage I 
near Dudley) | 



140. 

HolySpIrit 108. 

Messiah 210. 

Our Saviour 120. 

Redeemer 174. 

S. Andrew 181 . 

(Deaf Mutes)... 25. 

S.Ann 150; 

SiAnsgarios 300. 

S.Augustine 110. 

S.James 820. 

S.John .300. 



(71 Phillips St.) . 

Roxbury (St. James St.) 
Highlands (Tremont) 

Det. Vernon and} 

Linden Park Sts.)) 

East (Paris cor. Gore). 8. John 250. 

CTharlestown (Dcvens t :« - . „ ^.^ 

cor.RutherfordAve.)r »•»'<>'»" »50. 

Jamaica Plain/ 

S.John 442 



(Roanoke Ave. 
cor. Revere). 



(Bowdoin St.) S. John the Evangelist. 



Allston (Boylston 1 
Ave. near Com- > 
monwealth Ave,). } 

Brighton (Washing- 1 
ton cor. Sastbum) f 

Dorchester (.Cushing i 
Ave.) ) 



East (Cottai^e c o r . I 

Marginal) f 

South (410 W. B'way).. 

(186 Tremont) 

Boylston (Paul Gore ( 
St.) \ 

(Florence St.) ........ 



(Copley Square) . 



Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brookline(Beacon8]letd i 
Terraces) ( 



Cambridge, East (Thomd ike ( 

&8dSt«.).... ( 

•♦ (Garden St., Har-i 

vard Sq.) f 

** (99 Columbia St.).. 



400., 



S.Luke 118... 

S.Margaret 199... 

S.Mary 276... 

Grove Hall Mission 55. . . 

8. Mary for Sailors 47... 

S.Matthew 469... 

S.Paul 450... 

S. Peter .. 200... 

8. Stephen 477. . . 

TrinHy 1,850... 

Trinity 225... 

8. Paul 200... 

All Saints 200... 

8. Pan! 3.50... 

Ascension 137... 



Christ 460. 

S.Bartholomew 20. 



j Charles Tileston Whittemore. 
1 Charles Samuel Hutchinson. 
Edward Lincoln Atkinson. 
Charles Williams Dnane. 

ILeighton Parks, D.D. 
Wilford Lawrence Hoopes. 
James Yeamcs. 

William Osgood Pearson. 

CJeorge Jarvis Prescott. 

J John George Robinson. 
William Samuel Winslow 
Raymond. 
John Thomas Magrath. 

Thomas White Nickerson, Jr. 

Edgar Francis H. J. Ma9s6. 

Albert Beckwith Shields. 

Reuben Kidner. 
Samuel Stanley Searing. 

William James Waltsr Flnlay. 

Anders Wllhelm SundelOf. 
) Charles Neale Field. 
i Arthur Qotte Coombs. 
\ Percy Browne. 
) Lpcian Waterman Rogers. 
S Robert Codman, Jr. 
) William Bernard Gilpin. 

Waters Dewees Roberts. 
) Philo Woodruff Sprague. 
I George Maxwell. 

Sumner Upham Shearman, 
r William Hawks Longridge. 
Charles Neale Field. 
Richard Menx Benson. 
Duncan Convers. 
.Alfred Frederick Lancmore. 
Cnarles Wadsworth Duffleld. 

j Augustus Prime. 

J Walter George Read. 

j Walter Edward Clifton Smith. 

I Charles Elizur Barnes. 

William Tufts Crocker. 

Albert Eugene George. 
S JohnSummerfieldLindsay,D I) 
) Charles John Ketchnm. 

Leonard Walter Lott. 

I Henry Mariyn Torbert. 
^ Charles Henry Brent, 

( Ernest Joseph Dennm . 

\ EliiahWincheHtcrDonaid.D.D. 

i William Herbert Dewart. 
Samuel Simpson Marquis. 
George Alexander Stroi g. 

Daniel Dnlany Addison. 

Leonard Kip Storrs. D.D. 
s (teorge Hodges, D.D. 
) Robert Walker. 

William Benjamin King. 

Edward Manning Gushce, D.D. 



142 



UASSAGHUSBTIS. 



[1898. 



PARUHB8 AKD KISSIONB. 



Cambridge, North (Massa- ) 
cha8ett8Ave.& > 

Beach St.) ) 

*' (Mason & Brattle ( 

St8.) f 

" (Maesachasetta) 
Ave. & Vernon V 

St.) ( 

•* (A 1 1 8 1 o n near { 
Brookline St.). ) 

Canton 

Chelmfiford 

Chelsea 

Cherry Valley (Leicester) .... 

Chicopee 

Clkitou 

Cohaeuct 

Concord 

Cottage City 

Dalton 

Danvers 

Dedbam 

(Oakdale) 

Duxbnry 

Rai*thampton 

Everett 

Pall River (Rock St.) 

(North Main St.) 
(Middle St.) 



CHURCHX8 AITD OOMlCXnnCANTB. 



S.James 880 

S.John 960. 

S.Peter 460 . 



8. Philip 85. 

Trinity 78 

AllSalnts 66., 

S. Lnke 809. 

S. Thomas 80. 

Grace 110. 

Good Shepherd 200. . 



Hanover . . 
Haverhill., 



HInL'ham 

Holyoke 

Hofikinton 

Ilvde Park. .. 

Ippwlcb 

Lani'Pbonmgli. 
I^wrence 



Lee 

I^nox 

I,.eomint»(or 

Lexinjfton 

Linden (Maiden) . 

Longwood 

Lowell 



Lynn. 



Maiden 

Marblebend . . 

Marion 

Marlboruagh . 



*' (Mason St.)... . 

(South Main St.).... 

Falmonth 

Fitchbnrg 

Foxborongh 

Framingham 

Gardner 

Gloacester 

Great Barrington 

Greenfield 



Qroton. 



Trinity 82. 

Trinity 

Gmce 84. 

Calvary 99. 

8. Paul .. 112. 

The (3ood Shepherd 108. 

S. John the ^van^felbt 66. , 

S.PhiUp 122. 

Grace 182. 

Afitcension 508. 

S. James 8'.;7. 

S.John 2D0., 

S.Luke 

S.Mark 279.. 

S.Stephen 110.. 

S. Barnabas 45.. 

Christ 430.. 

S.Mark 80.. 

S.John 80.. 

S.Paul 72.. 

S.John 150.. 

S.James 206.. 

S.James 227.. 

S.John 67.. 

S.Andrew 80.. 

S. John the Bvangelist 99. . 

Trinity 810.. 

S. John the Evangelist. ... 72. . 
S.Paul 826.. 

i. Paul 82.. 

Christ 250.. 

Ascennion 175. . 

S.Luke 66.. 

Grace 610.. 

.John 250.. 

S.George 65.. 

Trinity 79. 

S.Mark 85 . 

Our Redeemer 65.. 

S. Luke.. 80.. 

Our Saviour 345. . 

S.Anne 1,028.. 

S.John 885.. 

House of Prayer 45.. 

The Incarnation 2(K). . 

S.Stephen 480.. 

S. Paul H0»5.. 

S.Michael 160.. 

S.Gabrlel 15. 

Holy Trinity 157 . 



j Edward Abbott. D.D. 

'( John Woodbridge Birchmore. 

\ George Hodges, D.D. 
1 Edward Staples Drown. 

Charles Hall Perry. 

Edward Manning Gashee^D.D. 

George Walker. 
Wilwm Waters. 
Charles Frederick Seattle. 
Henry Hague. 
Newton Black. 
Victor Mellet Haughton. 
James Bishop Thomas. 
Henry King Hannah. 
John Wragg Shackelford, D.D. 
Charles Otto Arnold. 
Joseph William Hyde. 
James Powers Hawkes. 
William Franklin Cheney. 
John Edward Bomcamp. 
William Augustus Holbrook. 
Arthur Perry Greenleaf. 
Emelius W. Smith. 
Leslie Elias Learned. 
Herman Page. 
Francis Bineham White. 
John Franklin Carter. 
1 Herman Page. 
1 Gilbert William Laidlaw. 
Henry Herbert Smythe. 
James de Wolf Perry, Jr. 
Horace Hall Buck. 
William Vincent Dawson. 
Jonathan Edward Johnson. 
John Alvey Mills. 
Isaac Smithson Hartley, D.D. 
J Peter Voorhees Fincn. 
1 Jas. Parker Scribner Otters< n. 
j Endlcott Peabody. 
1 Sherrard Billings. 
tVank Somerville Harraden. 
Arthur Newton Peaslee. 
David Jacob Ayers. 

Georpe Sutton Sinclair. 

Waldo Burnett. 

Samuel Gavitt Babcock. 

Mlln Hudson Gates. 

Charles James Palmer. 

Augustine Heard Amory. 

Henry Wood. 

G. Mosley Murray. 

Harold Arrowsmfth. 

Frank Alan Brown. 

James Benton Werner. 

Albert Danker. 

Reginald Heber Howe, D.D. 

Albert St John Chambr^, D.D. 

Leander Cornelius Manchesttr. 

Wilson Waters. 

Frederick Manning Brooks, 

James Hejirtt Van Bnrcn. 

Frederick Edwards. 

Henry Lewis Foote. 

Samuel Sidney Spear. 

George Stevenson Pine, f 



c^^ 



J 808.] 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



143 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


OHUBCHXS AND OOmfUNlCANTS. 


CLSBOT. 


Maynard 


S.George 

Grace 

Christ 

Trinity 

8. Thomas 

Our Saviour 

Trinity 

S.Luke 

S.John : 

S.Paul 

S.Paul 

Christ 


89.... 

800.... 

88.... 

8J5.... 

83.... 

185.... 

144.... 

*.'.'.*.*.'. 65!!!'. 

»4.... 

71.... 

69.... 


Robert Le Blanc Lynch. 


Medford 


Medway 




Melrose 

Methueu .. 


Paul Steriing. 

Joseph Albert Foster. 

William BayardHale,D.D.,LL D. 


Middleborough 


Milford.. . 


Harry Sherman Longley. 
Samuel Hodgkiss. 


MlUbury 


Millville (Blackstone) 


Nantucket 


Joseph Cullen Ayer. 
.\rthnr Lewis Bumpus. 
Frederick Pember. 


Natick 

Needham 


New Bedford (County &i 

School St!*.), f 

" (Conn ty &i 

Linden Sts.) f 

" (County&i 

Rivet Sts.).. f 

Newburyport 


Grace 

8. James 

S.MarUn 

S.Paul 


483.... 

825.... 

188.... 

, 494.... 


j Edmund Swett Rousmauiere. 
1 Francis Lee Whittemore. 

Frederic Joseph Kinsman. 


Newton 


Grace 


290... 


George Wolfe Shlnn, D.D. 
John Matteson. 


*' (West) 


Messiah 

Redeemer 


14«.... 

48.... 


*• (Chestnut Hill) 


Henry Sylvester Nash, D.D. 
Hezekiali U^her Monro. 
Clifford Gray Twombly. 
Edward Taylor Sullivan. 
William Hall Williams. 


*' (Lower Falls) 

*• (HIehlands) 


S.Mary 

S.Paul 

Trinity 

Good Shepherd 

S.John 

S.Paul 

S.John 


150.... 

150.... 

150.... 

!!!!!! 425!!!! 

97.... 

iro... 


»• (Centre) 

*' (Waban) 


North Adams 

North Andover 


John Clough Tebbetts. 
Edward Seymour Thomas. 


Northampton 


Roland Cotton Smith. 


North Attleborough 


Grace 

S.Anne 

8. Andrew 

8. Paul 

Grace 

S.Paul 

8. Stephen 

Christ 

Christ 

Christ 

S.Mary 

Grace 

S.Peter 

8. John 

S. John 

Christ 

Emmanuel 

Emmanuel 

S.James 

S. Thomas 

S.Mark 

8. Andrew 

8. Jamen 


171.... 

92.... 

100.... 

in.... 

17.... 

69.... 

500... 

100.... 

aa'j.... 

69... 

18 ... 

i6r.... 

419.... 

80.... 

84.... 

43.... 

m.... 

844 .. 

50.... 

130 ... 

150.... 

88.... 

58... 


(Jeorge Endicott Osgood. 
Albert St. John Chambr^, D.D. 


North Billerica 


North Grafton . 


Frank Lawrence Vernon. 


Otis 


C. Otto Arnold. 


Oxford 

Peabody 


Abel Millard. 


Pittsflefd 

Plymouth 

Ouincy 


WllliamWilberforceNewton.D.D. 
Frederick Herbert Rowee. 
Walter Russell Breed. 


Rochdale (Lclce»*ter) 


Thomas White NIckerson. 


R'>ckport 




Salem 


James Potter Franks. 


Sandvrich 


Henry Bedlnger. 
John J. Roberts, D.D. 


Sauffns 

Sheffield 


Albert Danker. 
James Samuel Bills. 


Shelbnme Falls 


George Fisher. 

Nathan Kendrick Bishop. 


Somerville 


** (West) 

" (Ea-t) 


James Cochrane Quinn, D.D. 


Sonthboroiigh .'. 


Waldo Burnett. 


South Framlngham 


Arthur Lewis Bumpus. 


South Groveland 


Charles Henry Sevraour, D.D. 


Soulli Lincoln 


S.Anne 

Christ 


48.... 

860 ... 


Henry Crawford Cunningham, 
j John Cotton Bro«»ks. 
} James Clement Sharp. 
John Franklin Ballantyne. 


Springfield 


i» 


S.Peter 

8. Paul 

Trinity 

The Holy Name 

Christ 

S.John 

8. Thomas 

Trinity 


184.... 

818.... 

55.... 

70.... 

48.... 

164.... 

868 ... 

58.... 

61 


Stockbridge 


Arthur Lawrence, D.D. 


Stonghton 


(Jeorge Walker. 
Herman Page. 


Swampscott 

Swansea 


Taunton 

VanDensenvilleiGt.Barri 'fft'n) 
Vlnevard Haven (Tisburv) . . . 


Henry Phlpps Ross. 
Morton Stone. 

William Cleveland Hicks. 


Walpole 


Emmanuel 

The Epiphany 


96.... 

31.... 


Charles Henry Learoyd. 


Waltham 


Ascension 

Christ 

Trinity 

Qood Shepherd 


1«... 

362.... 

88.... 

40.... 


Francis Ellsworth Webster. 


»( 


Hubert W. Wellj*. 


Ware 

Wareham 


Arthur Chnse. 

Samuel Sidney 8pe«r._ _f 



144 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



[1898. 



PARtHHBS AND MISSIONS. 



Watcrtown 

Webster 

Wellesley 

Westfleld 

Weynioath 

WilklDsonvllle (Sutton) 

WilliamstowD 

Winchendon 

Winchester 

Winthrop 

Wobum 

Wollaston (Quincy) 

Wood's HoircPalmouth) 

Worcester (Irving A Pleas- 1 
antSts.) f 

" (84 Lincoln St.).... 

*' (Main & Freeland t 

st8.) r 

" (Southbridge & J 
Cambrid^ Sts.) f 

Wrentham..... ......... 



CHUKCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Good Sliepherd 127. . 

The Reconciliation 140 . . 

S. Andrew 76. . 

The Atonement 100. , 

Trinity W.. 

S.John 67.. 

S. John 124. 

Emmanuel 18. , 

. ipliany -. 885. , 

S.John 95. 

Trinity 90. 

S. Chrysostom 70.. 

Mes'siah 46., 

All Saints 697., 

S.John 200., 

S.Mark 176.. 

S.Matthew 251.. 

S.Sigfrid 143.. 

Trinity 30.. 



Edward Aagnstus Rand. 
Marnhall Everett Mott. 
William Edward Hayes. 
Normand Smith Bofurdman. 
William Hyde. 
Samnel Hodgkiss. 
Theodore Sedgwick. 
Jonathan Edward Johnson. 
John Wallace Sater. 
Joseph Garden. 

Garlton Putnam Mills. 
Ernest H. Marriett. 

t Alex. Hamilton Vinton, D.D. 

) Charles Lancaster Short. 
Eliot White. 

Langdon Cheves Stewardson. 

Henry Hagne. 

Jolian Hugo Elar^n. 
Horace Hall Back. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Alger, William James, Denver, Colo. 

Allen, Alexander Viels Gri8Wold,D.I>., Prof., 
Theol. School, Cambridge. 

Allen, Frederick Baylies, Snpt., City Mission, 
The Diocesan Honpc, Boston. 

Allen,Henry Freeman, Lucerne, Switzerland. 

Atkinson^Jkiward Ernest, Cambridge. 

Babcock,Wm. Robinson, D.D., Columbus, O. 

Bartlett, Franklin Weston. D.D., Salem. 

Bennett, Alden Lewis. Waltham. 

BevaUjWUson Lloyd, Weet Burlington, N. T. 

Bliss, William Dwight Porter, Amherst. 

Braddon, Henry Lawrence Clode. 

Brooks, William Henry, D.D., Sec. of Con 
vention. The Diocesan House, 1 Joy St., Boston. 

Burgess, Francis Guild. 

Callender, William Russell, Now York. 

Canfleld, EH Hawley, D.D., Arlington, Vt. 

Chamberlain, Nathan Henry, Monument 
Beach. 

Coolidge, James Ivers Trecothick, D.D., 
Cambridge. 

Dinzey, Joseph, Brighton. 

Egbert. John Lightner, Springfield. 

Fales, Thomas Frederick (Rector Emeritus, 
Christ ChurchJ, Waltham. 

Fay, H. Warren, Westborough. 

Ferguson, Charles, Greenbush. 

Goodwin, Montgomery M., Chaplain, U. S. 
R. S. " Wabash," Navy Yard, Boston. 

Gray, Andrew, D.D., Somerville. 

Gregson^ohn, Worcester. 

Haynes, Henry Harrison, Cambridge. 

Hess^rthur, Framingham. 

Hill, Howard Fremont, D.D., Concord, N.H. 

Hilllard, Samuel Haven, Organizing Sec., 
Church Temperance Society, The Diocesan 
House, Boston. 

Holcombe, William Brecken ridge, Cam- 
bridge. 

Hudgell, Robert William, Nempnett, Bristol, 
Eng. 

Hutchins, Charles Lewis, Sec, General Con- 
vention, Concord. 



Jenks, Joseph, North Middleborongh. 
Johnson, Alfred Evan, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Kellner, Maximilian Lindsay, D.D., Prof., 
Cambridge. 

Lemon. James Stephen, West Gardner. 
Lewis, Samuel Seymour, Walpole. 
Mansfield, JYancis, ChIHcoou Depot, N. Y. 
Marquis. Samuel Simpson. 
Metcair, Henry Aiken, West Roxbnry. 
Moore, Samuel Bomberger, Asbnry Park, 

Nichols, Alfred Bull, Cambridge. 

Paine, George Sturgis, London, Eng. 

Palmer, Edmund Barnabas, Boston. 

Parker, Charles Pomeroy, Harvard College, 
Cambridge. 

Parker, Henry Ainsworth, Cambridge. 

Porter, George Wash ington,D.D., Lexington. 

Reeve, James Porteous, Cambridge. 

Richardson, William Clarence. 

Richmond, John Bonrs. Medford. 

Roots, Logan Herbert, Wuchang, China. 

Saville, Henry Marty n.Cambricu^. 
. Schermerhom, Martin Kellogg, Cambridge. 

Slafter, Carlos, Dedbam. 

Slafter, Edmund Farwell, D.D., Registrar of 
Diocese, Boston. 

Steenstra, Peter Henry, D.D., Prof., Cam- 
bridge. 

strong, George Augustus, Cambridge. 

Thayer, William Greenough, Head Master, 
S. Mark^s School, Southborough. 

Ward, Latigdon Lanriston. 

Wells, Charles Luke, State University, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 

Welwood, John Com well, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

White, Greenongh, Prof.. Sewanee, Tenn. 

Williams^illlam Frederic. 

WUlian, William Mortimer, Roxbnry. 

Winslow, William Copley, D.D., LL.D., 
D.C.L., L.H.D., Boston. 

Woffeiiden, Richard Henry, Apponang, R. L 

Wood, Herman Gaylord, Wintnrop. 

Woods, James Haughton, Boston.. 

c^le 



DIOCESE OF KICHIOAN. (A.D. 1832.) 

Limits.— ^^ that portion of the State qf Michigan lying east of the easteim bowuiariee qf Branchy 
Calhoun y BkUon, Ionia, Montcalm. Isadella, Clare, Missaukee, Kalkaska, Antrim, Charlevoix, and 
Emmetl Counties, together with the Island qf MaeHnac. 

Population (1890), 1418,262. Area, 24,883 eq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rsy. Thomas Fbsdbbiok Davibs, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1889.) Residence, 665 
Jetferson Ave., Detroit. 

Secretary qf Convention.— The Rev. Stephen W. FrUbie, 419 Seventh St., Detroit. 

Treasurer qf ZWooew.— William T. De Graflf, Detroit National Bank, Detroit. 

Registrar of Diocese.— The Rev. Panl Ziegler, 178 Henry St., Detroit. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Rufus W. Clark, D.D.. Pres. ; the Rev. Stephen W. 
Frlsbie. Sec. ; the Rev. Royal B. Balcom, the Rev. Thomas W. MacLean. Lay, Sidney D. Miller, 
W. U. Withington, Uervey C. Parke. 

OHX7ROH INSTITITTIONS. 

OirW Friendly Society in America.— (T&a branches.) Pres., Miss P. W. Sibley, 410 Jefferson 
Ave. Sec., Miss £. F. Conely, 562 Cass Ave., Detroit. Associate for Commended Members, Miss 
B. F. Conely, Holiday Hoose, Pine Lake, Dotroit. 

Holy Trinity School, TO Fourteenth Ave., Detroit.— Un. S. Tillinghast, Principal, 

S. Luke's Hospital, Church Home, and Orphanage, Detroit.— Pres., Frederick E. Driggs, 
Treas., H. P. Baldwin. Sec., Qeorge U. Minchener. Chaplain, the Rev. George Forsey. 

The Benton Street Kindergmrten, Detroit, comer of St. Antoine and Benton Sts.—UlBB Emily 
T. Richmond, 88 Henry St., Pres. and Supt. 

The Detroit Church Academy, Detroit, 178 Henry St.—Thn Rev. Paul Ziegler, Principal. 

The Hdbart Guild of the University of Michigan, Harris Hall, Ann Arbor.— Visitors, the 
Bishops of Michigan and Western Michigan. Pres., the Rev. Henry Tatlock. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan J^ronM.— [Organized 1880.1 Annual meeting : day before Di- 
ocesan Convention. Pres., MiHS F. B. Adams, 545 Jefferson Ave., Detroit. Sec. and Treas., Miss 
Chandler, 87 Peterboro St., Detroit. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^''The Detroit Churchman, 
Ziegler. 



' 178 Henry St., Detroit. Editor, the Rev. Paul 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1807. 


Clergy 


75 

4 

98 

88 

27 

1,146 

1,044 

14,821 

1,116 

9,^06 

$182,820 


78 


Priewts Ordained 

Church Edifices 


3 

98 


Organized Parishes and Missions 


83 


Unorganised Parishes and Missions 




Baptisms 


1,383 


Confirmed 


1,015 


Communicants. . . . . . 


15,032 


Sunday School Teachers 


1,124 


Sunday School Scholars 


10,048 


ConirlDutions 


$242,142 







The 64th Annual Convention will meet in S. Paul's Church, Flint, June 8, at 10 a.m. 



THB OLERGT. 

The Bishop. 

Bishop"* s Examining Chaplains— The Rev. Laurence Stem Stevens, the Rev. John McCarroll, 
the Rev. Louis A. Arthur, the Rev. Henry Tatlock, the Itev. William Prall, D.D., the Rev. William 
O. Waters, the Rev. William Gardam, the Rev. William S. Sayres. 

Deans of i\)nvocations.— Detroit : The Rftv. John McCarroll : Sagipaw Valley : The Rev. 
Thomas W. MacLean ; Southern : The Rev. C. H. I. Clianner ; Central : The Rev. Ralph E. Macduff. 
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146 



MICHIGAN* 



[1898. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CHITBCHUS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Adrian Christ 

Algoniic S. Andrew 

Alma 'S. John. 

Alpena 

Ann Arbor 



An Sable 
Bad Axe 
Bay City 



(South) . 
(West) . . 



Belleville . . . . 
Birmingham . 
Brighton 

Brooklv 
Cambrf 

Caro 

CarsonyiUe . 
Cheboygan.. 
Clinton... . 
Coleman .... 
Coninna.... 

Croswell 

Dearborn ... 
Deckerville. 



Detroit (Livemoia Ave. near I 
Michigan Ave.)... \ 

" (Jefferson Ave. bet. j 
Hastings <&Rivard>- 
8t8.) ( 

'* (Alexandrine Ave. ) 
bet. Woodward A v 
Cass Aves.) S 

*' (Cadillac Boulevard).. 

•' (cor. Fort AAiSts.).. 

" (cor. Woodw'd Ave. r 

AWoodbridgeSt.) f 

" (Mt. Elliot Ave.) 

** Leesvllle (Gratiot Av.) 
'* (cor. Putnam & t 

4th Aves.h j 

" (cor. Grand Riven 

Ave. A 14th St.).. f 
'* (cor. 14th & Howard ( 

Sts.) \ 

" (cor. Bagg & 7th Sis.) 

" (cor. WoodwM Ave. I 
AHighSt.) i" 

" (cor. Woodward A 
Medbury Aves.).. 

** (Summit St. n. Fort 
St.) 

" (cor. Benton & An- 1 
toineSts.) J 

" (1138 Russell St.) 



166., 

."iO. 

66., 

Trinity 270 

Andrew 835., 

S.John 47.. 

S. Paul 20.. 

Trinity 548. . 

S. Barnabas 50. . 

Grace 24.. 

S.John 87., 

Grace 4i. 

S.James 28., 

S.Paul 28. 

All Saints 80. , 

S. Michael and All Angels . . 45. 

Trinity 64. 

S.David 4. 

S. James 144 , 

S.John no. 

S.Andrew 10. 

S.Paul 27. 

Christ 29. 

Christ 40. 

S.Mary 18. 

All Saints 88.. 

CTirist 775.. 



Emmannel 800. , 

Epiphany Mission 40. , 

Grace 860. , 

Mariners 60. , 

Messiah SHU. 

Our Saviour 68. 

S. Andrew 875. 

S. Barnabas 112. 

S. George 200. 

S. James 425. . 

S.John 1,350. 

S. Joseph a 



(cor. Elizabeth &» 

AntoineSts.) ) 

(cor. Congress & I 

Shelby Sts.) \ 

(cor. Woodw'd Ave. J 

& Hancock St.) . . f 
(cor. Trumbull Ave. [ 

A Church St.).... f 



S. Luke . 
S.Mary. 



51 



Chapel f^*^- 

S. Matthew 209. 

S.Paul 480. 

Chapel. 

S.Peter 527. 



C. H. I. Channer. 
Edward H. Earle. 
Henry Bridgi-s Jefferson. 
A. A. Warren Uasiiugs. 
' Henry Tatlock. 
Henry Pomeroy Horton. 

William Cash. 
Thomas W. MacLran. 



William Gardam. 
Sydney H. Woodford, 
lleniy A. Stones. 

j- John H. Eichbaom. 

William B. A. Lewis. 

William H. Bnlkley. 
WiUiara R. Blachford. 
Osgood E. Fuller. 
Eme»t W. Hunt 
Francis M. Bacon. 
Edward Collins. 
William Cash. 

Edward Collins. 

( Frederick Burgess. 
] Paul Flynn Swett. 

William Hamilton Morgan. 



John McCarroII. 
Paul Ziegler. 

J. C. H. Mockridge. 

William S. Sayres. 

William O. Waters. 

j Stephen W. Prisbie. 
( H. 0. Goodman. 

William F. Jerome. 

Stephen W. Frinble. 
( William Prall, D-D. 
< Francis Samuel White. 
( W. Wame Wilson. 

Louis Angnttus Arthur. 



j William Prall, D D. 
I Francis Samuel White. 

Joshua Bowden Massiah. 

( Rufus W. CJlark, D.D. 
'( Everett P. Smith. 



Charles L. Arnold. 

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147 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHUBCHES AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


1 CLERGY. 


Detroit (cor. Gratiot & Mc- 1 

DongallAyes.).... >' 

** (cor. St. Anbin Ave. ». 

AMullettSt.).... 1 

" (cor. Boulevard & i 

Shady Lane; f 

*' (cor. Trumbull Ave. I 
A Myrtle St.).... f 

Dexter 

Ea!«t Tawas 


S. Philip 

S.Stephen 

S. Thomas 

Trinity 

S.James 

Christ 

8. Jude 


98.... 

266.... 

250.... 

100.... 

86.... 

59... 

95.... 


> William 8. Sayres. 

George Poniey. 
Walter Hughson. 


Penton 


John Sloan. 


Flint 


8. Paul 

Emmanuel 


412.... 

11... 


Ralph K Macduir. 


Foster's 


Henry Tatlock. 


Gaffetown 


Grace 


38.... 

21 ... . 


William E. A. Lewis. 


Geades 


Henry Tatlock. 
Royal B. Balcom. 


Grass Lake 


S.Mary 


16.... 


Greenfield 


S.Paul 

8. Paul 

S.James 

S.John 


18.... 

10.... 

27.... 

18.... 


H. C Goodman. 


Grindstone City 

Groase Isle 


[wiUlam Charles. 


Hambun? 


S. Stephen 


29 


Henry A. Stonex. 


Harrisyille 


8. Andrew 

Christ 

Calvary 

S.Peter 

S.John 

Trinity 

S.Paul 

Grace 

S.Paul 

Grace 

Good Shepherd . . 

Grace 

Trinity 

8. Mark 

S.Katharine 

S.John 

Trinity 

Grace 

8. John 

Christ 

ZIon 

8. John 


27... 

68.... 

17.... 

87.... 

!!!!!!!!!;*. eCV. 

486.... 

84.... 

286.... 

87.... 

68.... 

88.... 

80.... 

76.... 

20.... 

57.... 

100.... 

78.... 

41 ... . 

350.... 

286.... 

28.... 


Arthur Beaumont. 


Henrietta 


John Norton Chesnutt. 


H"im*n 




Hillsdale 


George Vemor. 


Howell 


Henry A. Stonex. 


Hudson 




Jackson 


Royal B. Baicom. 


Jonesville 


Joseph Thomas Ewing. 
William H. Osborne. 


T^nfrinff- 


Tiape<^r. , 






Robert Carter Wall. 


Lonff Rapids 




Mackinac 


Lea Kelk-Wilson. 


Marine City 




Meridian 




Midland 


Osgood E. Puller. 
John Evans. 


Monroe 


Mt. Clemens 


R. T. W. Webb. 


Otter Lake 




bwosao 


Bme«>t W. Hunt. 


Pontiac 


Laurence Stem Stevens. 


Port Austin 




Port Huron 

ik It 

Romulus 


Grace 

S.Paul 

8. Andrew 

S.John 


400.... 

70.... 

18.... 

669... 


John Munday. 
Seth S. Chapin. 


Saidnaw (West) 


Ralph H. Baldwin. 


" (North) 


Calvary 


12S.... 


Charles A. Cary. 
William H. Gallagher. 


" (East) 


S.Paul 

Grace 

S.Paul 

8. John 

Bmmanuel 


878.... 

66.... 

57.... 

156.... 

8S.... 

18... 






StCTalr 


Alexander Corbett. 


St. John's 


Frederick Hall. 


St. Louis 


Henry Bridjres Jefferson. 


8'inilac Pentre 


William Caeh. 


Stockbrldge 

Ti-ciim-Hjh 


Christ 

S.Peter 

8. Thomas 


20.... 

82.... 

82.... 

6 ... 


John Norton CHiesnutt. 
William R. Blachford. 


Trpnton. . ... 


William Charles. 


Ubiey 


William Cash. 


Wyandotte 


8. Stephen 

S.Luke 


86.... 

867.... 


George H. Harris. 


Ypgilanti 


William Gardam. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Beach, Robert MUlft, Philadelphia. 
Bloodgood, (3eorge W., Wyandotte. 
Brooke, Robert D. 
Cole, Lawrence T., New York. 
Conover, James P., D.D.. Detroit. 
Jocelyn. Lewis P.. Ann Arbor. 
Haeee, Edward, Cincinnati. O. 
MUTer, John Orson, Phfisniz, Aris. 
Petera^Gerrit E., Detroit. 



Reeves, Abraham, Grand Rapids. 
Ryereon, Herbert Edgar, Pontiac. 
Sill, J. M.B., United Slates Minister to Korea. 
Skinner, Gardner M., Detroit. 
Stanley, Mocea C, Detroit. 
StearnB, RuHis Doane, Omaha, Neb. 
Stephens, Nassau 8., in Europe. 
Thnn«by, J. W., Port Arthur. Canadn. 
Tounghusband, Lancelott, LL.D., Dctr«it. 

^le 



BI0CE8E OF MILWAUKEE. (A.B. 1847.) 

hiMiTB.— All (hat portion qf the State (tf Wisconsin lying south and west of ihs eountUsqf 
Sheboygan^ Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette, Adavis, Wood, and Clark, ana west qf Range 4 
west, contimted to the nortltem tfoundary qf the State, excluding that part of Dodge County which 
uf or may be included in the city of Waupun. 

Population (1890), 1,100,000. Area, 26,924 sq. m. 

Tub Rt. Rbv. Isaac Lba Nicholson, D.D., Bishop. (1881.) Residence, 216 Martin Street, 
Milwaukee. 

Secretary of Council.— The Rev. Clement Blake Bergin Wright, 222 Juneau Avenue, Milwaukee. 

Treasurer.— Charles P.Jones, 816 Marshal i Street, Milwaukee. 

Registrar.— The Rev. Howard Baldwin St. George, Milwaukee. 

C/tancellor.—WUWam. Ruger, Janesville. 

Standing Committee.— Clericaljthe Rev. Charles Stanley Lester, Pres. ; the Rev. Edward Pur- 
don Wright, D.D., Sec.; the Rev. William Walter Webb, the Rev. James Slldell. Lay, Edward 
Ferguson, E. P. Brockway, L. H. Morehouse, Hon. J. B. Winslow. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Cathedral Institute, Milwaukee.— [Eat. 1886.1 A day school for girls and small boys. Prin- 
cipal, Miss Elizabeth Treat. 

Diocesan Sunday School Association.— Pres., the Bishop. Sec, G. P. Burroughs, Milwaukee. 

Oirls' Friendly Society in America.— {'So diocesan officers.) Three parochial branches : 
Milwaukee— The Cathedral. Sec., Miss Carswell, 285 Water Street. 8. James' Church. Sec, 
Mrs. T. H. Taylor, 9 Belvidere, Milwaukee. La Crosse— Christ Church. Sec, Miss M. A. 
Walker, 1117 State Street, La Crosse, Wis. 

Kemper Hall, Kenosha.— [VonnAed 1870.1 A boarding-school for voung ladies. Chaplain, the 
Rev. Alfred Wilson Griffln. Pres., the Bishop. Sec. and Treas., Nathan Allen, Kenosha. The 
Sisters of S. Mary in charge. 

Nashotah House, Theological Seminary.— ilneot. 1847.] (See Educational Institutions, p. 51.) 

Racine College, i?a«n^.~[Founded 1859.1 (See Edncational Institutions, p. 51.) 

8. John's Home, Milwaukee, for Aged and Infirm Women qf the Church.— \}neox. 1860.1 Sec, 
Mrs. E. H. Martin. Treas., Miss Hinsdale. Chaplain, the Rev. Edward Purdon Wright, D.D. 

8. John's Military Academy, Delqfleld. —[Incor. 1889.] Warden and President, the Rev. 
Sidney Thomas Smythe. Sec, B. E. Smythe. 

S. Luke's Hospital, Racine. —Physician in charge, J. G. Meachem, Sr., M.D. Chaplain, the 
Rev. Arthur Piper, D.D. 

Taylor Orphan Asylum, Racine.— Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur Piper, D.D. Treas., Charles H. 
Lee. Matron, Miss L. B. Griffin. 

The Armitage Diocesan Library.— The Cathedral Guild Hall, Milwaukee. The Rev. Clement 
Blake Bergin Wright, Librarian. 

*' The Sheltering Arms of our Merciful Saviour,'' Nemahbin Lake, Delajield, Wis.— Chaplain 
and Sec, the Rev. Walter Delafleld, D.D. 

Woman's Afioeiliary, Diocesan .B/a/j<;A.— [Organized 1876.] Pres., Mrs. A. W. Bartlett, 578 
Maryland Avenue, Milwaukee. Cor. Sec. Mrs. Loyal R. Durand, 285 Ogden Avenue, Milwaukee. 
Treas., Mrs. J. S. Crandall, 405 Florida Street, Milwaukee. 

Diocesan Paper.—** Church Times," Milwaukee. Managers, the Rev. Clement Blake Bergin 
Wright and Lyman H. Browne. 



STATISTICS, 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and MiAfiions.. 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

l^arish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrittl School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



00 


96 


17 


82 


87 


89 


92 


97 


21 


11 


880 


910 


629 


758 


8,506 


8,956 


563 


579 


5,089 


5,362 


8 


7 


7r 


94 


27 


32 


378 


394 


$119,264 


$127,262 



The 52d Annual Council will meet at the Cathedral, Milwaukee, Sept. 20. 
148 



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MILWAUKEE. 



149 



THZ3 OIiBRQT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP ALL SAINTS (com. 436), MILWAUKEE 
(Jnneau Ave. and Marshall St.). 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Christopher Smith Sargent. 
. Senior and JieHdent Canon.— The Rev. Howard Baldwin St. Qeoige, 
Chancellor.— The Kev. Frederick Schwartz Jewell, D.D. 

Prie8tt.—The Rev. Clement Blake Bergin Wright, the Rev. Stuart Lawrence Tyson. 
Hon. Canon^.-The Rev. Fayette Duriin, D.D., the Rev. Theodore Myers Riley, D.D., the Rev. 
William Walter Webb, the Rev. Theophllus S. Rlchey. 

Missionary Canons.— The Rev. Charles Lewis Mallory, the Rev. Fayette Royce, D.D. 



Archdeacons.— JAWwwakee : The Ven. Edward Purdon Wright, D.D. La Crosse : The Ven. 
Jeremiah J. Wilklna, D.D., La Crosse. Madison : the Ven. Percy Clinton Webber. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplaimt.— The Rev. Theodore Myers Riley, D.D., the Rev. William 
Walter Webb, the Rev. Howard Baldwin St. George, the Rev. Theophllus S. Rlchey, the Rev. 
Edward Purdon Wright, D.D.. the Rev. Meredith Ogden Smith, the Rev. William B. Thorn. 

Deans qf Oonvoeaiions.—Mi\wi,akee : The Rey. Charies Lewis Mallory ; Madison : The Rev. 
March Chase ; La Crosse : The Rev. Evan John Evans. 



PABIBHBS AND MISSIOKS. 


CH17RCHE8 AND OOMMUNICA19T8. 


OLXBGT. 


Ashlppnn. 


S.Panl 

S. Luke 


..».. 55.... 
12... 


Henry Hobart Van Deuaen. 
Wellington McVettle. 


Baldwin 


Baraboo 


Trinity 

S.Mark 

S.Mark 

Holy Innocents 

S.Paul 

S. Alban 

Holy Communion . , , . . 


84 ... 

.... 26.... 
.... 80. . 

8.... 

. ...225... 

12.... 

22.,.. 


Cbarles Lnllng Barnes. 


Barron . . . 


Stephen Warren Wilson.* 
Seth M. Wilcox. 


Beaver Dam 


Belmont 


Octavlus Edgelow. 


Beloit 


James Arthur Morrow Rlchey. 


Black River Palls 


John Goodrich Hattou. 


Bloomfleld 


Isaac N. Marks. 


Brodhead 


S.Martin 

S.John 

S, Luke 


80.... 

44... 

7. . . . 


Frank E. Bl>*sell. 


Burlington 


Charles Henry Hugh Bloor. 
Edward Purdon Wright, D.D. 


Cedarburg 

Chippewa Palls 


Christ 

S. Elizabeth 

S.Paul 


....143. .. 

7 ... 

50.... 


Evan John Evans. 
March Chase. 


Columbus 


Henry Edward Chase. 


Cumberland 

Darlington 


All Souls 

Kemper 


24.... 

61.... 


James Trimblt, D.D. 
Doaglas Sutton. 


Delafldd 

(8. John's MUitaryl 

Academy j 

Delavan 


S. Jonn Chiysostom — 
8. John the Divine 


60.... 

65.... 


Samuel Macpherson. 
Sidney Thomas Smythe. 


Christ 

S. Anne 


178.... 

6.... 


Charles Lewis Mallory. 


Dodgeville 


March Chase. 


BauClaire 


Christ 

S. Edward 

Incarnation 

S.John 


:::h«-- 

..... 17.... 
88.... 


Thomas Christopher Eglin. 




Edgei'ton 


Robert W. Andrews. 


Elkhom 


Charles N. Spalding. DD. 
Thomas Hlnde Cuthbert. 


Ellsworth 


8. John 


7 


BvansTille 


S.John 

Christ 

Holy Name 


87... 

45.... 


James C. Lees.* 


Fox Lake 

Genesee 


Benjamin Walter Bonell. 
Henry Edward Chase. 


HAitland 


Grace 

Ascension 

Christ 

S. Paul 


99.... 

15.... 

15.... 

71.... 


William James Lemun. 


Hay ward 


Stephen Warren Wilson. 


Hazel Qreen 


Douglas Sutton. 
Welfington McVettie. 
Arthur Henry Barrington. 


Hudson 


Janesville /. 


Christ 


. ...205 ... 




Trinity 

S.Mary 

S.Matthew 

S. Peter 


215.... 

35.... 

2*^.... 

78.... 


William Henry Wotton. 
Henry Edward Chase. 


Jefferson 


Kenosha 


Harry Thompson. 


** (Kemper Hall) 


Alfred Wilson Griffln. 


KllboumCiiy 

La Cro«se 


S.Paul 

Christ 

S.Peter 


. ... 8.... 

276.... 

68.... 


Arthur Edgar Gorter. 
J.WIIkins.D.D. 


" (North) 


iAIexander Coffin. 



* Officiating by license. 



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[1898. 



PARISHES AND XISSIOMS. 



Lake Geneva. 
Lancaster .... 

Madison.... 



Manston 

MHZomanie 

♦leiville 

Menomonie 

JHerrimac 

Milwaukee (Wright & 18th I 

8t8.) \ 

'♦ Nat.Soldiers'Horae 

(Richard St. bet. ) 

Lee & Wright)- 

8ts.) 1 

" (Grand Ave. near ( 

8th St.) f 

(Ha n o T e r & I 



Pierce SU.). 



" Bay View (Rus- ) 
sell & Clement V 

Aves.) ( 

(National A ve.W.) 

" Mitchell's H'g'ts 

(Maryland Ave. v 

AGr^nwichSt.)! 

** (Knapp & Mar-( 

shairsts.) f 

" (Grand Ave. A I 

38rhSt.) \ 

" (National Ave. I 
& Scott St.) . . f 

Mineral Point 

Monroe 

Nasbotah (Nashotah Semi- 1 
nary) f 

New Richmond 

North Greenfield 

North Lake 

North Milwaukee 

Oconomowoc 

Okauchee 

Onalaska 

Pewankee 

Pine Lake , 

Platt«ville 

Portage 

Prairie du Chien 

Prl-^cott ... 

Racine 



** (Racine College) . 



OHTJBCHBS AND OOlOfUNICAMTS. 



Holy Commonion 185. . 

Emmanuel 50 . 

Grace 815.. 

S.John 59.. 

S.Lnke 46.. 

S.Simeon 11.. 

Grace 64.. 

S.Jude 4.. 

Christ 60.. 

S. Cornelius 65. . 

S.Bdmund 66.. 

S.James 400.. 

S.John 270.. 

S. Jobn^sHome 32.. 

S.Luke 71.. 

S. Margaret 6. . 

S.Mark 91.. 

S.Paul 460.. 

S.Stephen 129.. 



S.Thomas 

Trinity 180.. 

Trinity 48.. 

S. Sylvanus 50.. 

S. Thomas 14.. 

S.Peter 18.. 

S.Peter 18. . 

The Nativity 10 . 

Zion 168., 

S.Paul 

S.Paul 10.. 

S. Bartholomew 86. , 

Holy Innocents 46., 

Trinity 65. 

S. John 188 , 

Trinity 27., 

Calvary 86., 

Holy Innocents 94., 

Immanuel 180. 

S.John 26.. 



" (Taylor OrphanAsylnm) 

Rice lAke 

River Falls 

Rochester 

Sharon 

Shell Lake 

South Milwaukee 

Sparta 

Spooner 

Springfield 

St. Croix Falls 



S.Luke 340.. 

S.Stephen 60.. 

6., 

Grace 86. 

Trinity ft8. 

Grace 20., 

S.Mary 21. 

S. Stephen 28. 

S.Mark 47. 

S.John 80. 

S. Alban 10 

S.John 25. 

S.Croix 10. 



Isaac N. Marks, Jr. 
£lijah Evan Edwards. 

\ Fayette Durlln, D.D. 

) James B. Barbour.* 
Alfred Gethyn Harrison. 
Thomas Beeson. 
Evan John Evans. 
William Bamaby Thorn. 
Samuel B. Cowdrey. 

Belno Addison Browm. 

Edward Purdon Wright, D.D. 

Stuart Lawrence Tyson. 

Edwin G. Richardson. 

James Slidell. 

Edward Purdon Wright, D.D. 

V Frederic Constable Roberts. 

I Charles StanleyLester. 
f Otho Fairfield Humphreys. 

Theophilus S. Richey. 

James Slidell. 

March Chase. 

William Parry Thomas. 

William Walter Webb. 

Herbert Chessall Boissier. 
Theophilus S. Richey. 
Henry Edward Chase. 
Horatio Gates. 
Frederick Chapln Jewell. 
William Walter Webb. 
Alexander Coffin. 
Meredith Ogden Smith. 
William James Lemon. 
OctaviuB Edgelow. 
Frederick Schwartz Jewell, D.D. 
John Alric Graf. 
Charles Baldwin Fosbroke. 
f James Ward Gilman. 
I Charles Alexander Corbett. 
Henry D. Robinson. 
j Arthur Piper, D.D. 
1 Joseph Albert Foster. 
Robert C. Hind ley. 
Arthur Piper, D.D. 
Stephen Warren Wilson.* 
Thomas HInde Cuthberl. 
Charles Henry Hugh Bloor. 
George F. Brigham. 
James Trimble, D.D. 
Georee Sylvanus Todd. 
David Ferguson. 
James Trimble, D.D. 
Charies N. Spalding. D.D. 
Herbert Chessall Boit^sier. 



* Officiating by license. 



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UIKITESOTA. 



161 



PARISHES AMD MISSIONS. 


OHUBOHBS A2ID OOXMUHIOAMTS. 


CLSBGT. 


Star Prairie 


S.John 

S.Stephen 

Redeemer 

S.Alban the Martyr.... 

S.Alban 

S.Mary 

S.Steplien 

S.Paul 

S.Mary 

S.Matthias 

Trinity 

S.James 

S.Paul 

S.Clement 


.... 44 ... 
as ... 

....130.... 

.... 116.... 

...146.... 

.... 66 ... 

.... 60.... 

....18J.... 

.... 81 ... 

....mi.... 

...114... 
.... 40.... 
.... 14.... 
.... 6.... 


Herbert Ohessall Boissler. 


Stonghton 

Superior 


Robert Wells Andrews. 
JBdgar Frederick Gee. 
Luke Paul Holmes. 


^* (West) 


Sussex 


Tomah 


Charles £dward Roberts. 


Waterloo 




Watertowu 

Watenrllle 


Heniy Sidney Foster. 
Henry Edward Chase. 
Lloyd Erastus Johnston. 


Waukesha 


Wauwatoaa 


Horatio Gates. 


WestBend 


Frederick Lee Maryon. 


Western Union Jc 

Whitefish Bay (Milwaukee) . . 


TheophUus8.Richey. 
Howard Baldwin St. GtoorM. 
Myron Alfred Johnson. ITD. 


Whitewater 


S. Luke 


....118.... 


Wilmot 


Grace 

Qood Shepherd 


.... 8.... 

90 


Charles Henry Hugh Bloor. 
William Barnaby Thorn. 


Wilson 









NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Andr^n, August, Dulnth, Minn. 
)ng,Chi • - - * 



Armstrong, Charles Porter, Stanhope, N. J. 

Bensted, Benjamin Thomas, Teacner, Deaf 
and Dumb Asylum, (Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

Clapp, Walter Clayton, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dunbar, George Ward, JanesviUe. 

Kidder, Charles Holland, Ridgefleld Park, 
N.J. 

Matthews, John Trappall, Mainaronec!k.N.T. 

McMnrphy, Jeiae Gibson, Rector, Home 
School, Racine. 



Meade, Samuel H., Bedford, Pa. 

Morrison. Peter Browne, Ban Claire. 

Riley, Theodore Myers, D.D., Profeesor, 
Gen. Theo. Bern., New York. 

Robinson, Henrr D., Rector and Head Mas- 
ter, Grammar School. Racine. 

Saflord, Henry, Topeka, Kan. 

Tolman, Herbert Cushhig, Professor, Van- 
derbilt University, NashYflleVTenn. 

Webber, Percy Clinton, Westdale, 



DIOCESE OF HIHNESOTA. (A.B. 1857.) 

Non.— B/ action of General Convention, 1896, the Diocese was divided, and the Miisionaiy 
district of Dniuth was set off. 

lAMrTB.^Aa that pari of the 8taU qf Minnesota which lie$ south qf the eouthem Une qf 
the eountiee qf Big Stone^ Stevens^ Pope^ Steams^ Benton^ MUle Lacs^ Kanabec^ and Pine, 

Population (1800), 1,166,251. Area, 94,827 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rbt. Hikbt Binjamin Whifplb, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1860.) JSeeidenee, Faribanlt. 

Thi Rt. Rw . Mahlon Nobius Gilbkbt, D.D., LL.D., Bishop Coadjutor. (1886.) BeHdince, 
18 Summit 0>nrt, St. Paul. 

Secretary qf Cbund/.— The Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, 912 West Cherry Street, Stillwater. 

Treasurer qf CkmncU.—'B. H. Holbrook, 608 Kasota Building, Minneapolis. 

Beffistrar qf Diocese.^The Rev. (3eorge C. Tanner, D.D., Faribault. 

Standing Committee.^ Clerical, the Rev. George H. Davis. Pres. ; the Rev. (Tharles Denison 
Andrews, the Rev. James Dobbin, D.D., the Rev. William P. Ten Broeck. Layt the Hon. J. H. 
Ames, I. Atwater, J. C. Reno, Sec.^ Minneapolis ; Frank O. Osborne. 



O H U KOH mSTITnnONS. 

Church DeaeoMss Borne and Trainintj School, 687 PuUer Street^ St. Paul,^Bector, the 
Bishop Coadjutor. Warden, the Rev. Charles Edgar Haupt. 

Church Ebme/br Aged Womsn and Children^ St. Paul.— Chaplain, the Rev. John Wright, D.D, 



152 



MINNESOTA. 



[1898. 



Cfirls' Friendly Society in America.— {T^o diocesan officers ; one parochial branch.) Church 
of the Messiah, St. Paul. Sec.. Mrs. Strange, 783 Marshall Ayenne. UnaUaelud AModatee^ Mrs. J. 
A. QUfillan, lOSi St. Albans Street, St. Faal, Minn.; Miss Margaret A. Hayes, Beaoliea. Miss 
Sybil Carter, Deaconess^ Chnrch Missions House, New York. 

^' Managert qf the Aged and lr\firm Clergy Fund:'— Sec., G. O. Eddy, Minneapolis. 

S. Barnabas* Bdepilal, Minneapolis.— Sec. and Treas., L. B. Robertson. Supi. and Matron^ 
Mrs. Mary Thompson. 

S. Luke's HdspitaL St. Paul.— Sec., Mrs. B. I. Stanton. Treas., Mrs. A. H. Cathcart. Chap- 
lain, the Rev. Charles Denlson Andrews. Supt., Miss Hill. 

S. Mary's Hall, FaH/bauH.—Pres. and Reetw, the Bishop. Sec, the Rev. George C. Tanner, 
D.D. Chaplain, Rev. E. S. Peake. Princ., Miss Caroline W. Bells. 

Seabury Divinity SchooL— {See EdncaXlotal Institntions, p. 51.) 

Shattuck School.— The Rev. James Dobbin, D.D., Sector; the Rev. George C. Tanner, D.D., 
Chaplain ; Lient. A. T. Abbott, tJ. S. A., Commandant. 

" The Breck Mission and Farm School," Wilder.— Pres., the Bishop. Sec., the Ven. T. M. 
H. YilUers Appleby. Treas., Victor M. Watkins, St. Paol. 

** The Church C7ud.'*— [Organized 1891.] Sec., Frank O. Osborne, Manhattan Bnilding, St. 
Panl. 

The Church Sunday-School Association of the Diocese of Minnesota.— Sec., the Rev. C. Edgar 
Haapt, 569 Faller Street, St. Paol. Treas., J. R. Kearney, 780 E. Fourth Street, St. Panl. 

" The Sheltering Arms," comer 12M Street and ^th Avenue, N^ Minneapolis.— J^ home for 
orphan and half-orphan children. [Incor. 1883.] iV««., Mrs. Thomas H. Pitts, 681 Dayton Avenae, 
St. Panl. Treas., Mrs. A. C. Fairbaim, 84 Ninth Street, S., Minneapolis. Sec.^ Mrs. T. D. Bar- 
ton, The Albion, St Paul. 

Woman's Auxiliary. Diocesan J9ra/k;A.— [Organized June, 1892.] Annual meeting : in Sep- 
tember or October ; semi-annual, an afternoon during Diocesan Convention, in June. Pres., Mrs. 
Charles B. Brunson, 548 Burr Street, St. Paul. Sic. and Treas., Mrs. Hector Baxter, 406 South 
Ninth Street, Minneapolis. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^' The Minnesota Missionary and Church Record." 
W. Prosser, 1923 S. E. Fourth Street, Minneapolis. 



Editor, the Rev. John 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


Si 

4 

128 

118 

88 

1,171 

841 

11,454 

855 

7,856 

8 

146 

88 

242 

$172,802 


80 


Priests Ordained 


6 


Church Edifices 


142 


Organized Parishes and Missions 


118 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


88 


Baptisms 


1,079 


Confirmed . * 


868 


Communicants 


11,578 
850 


Sunday School Teachers 


Snndav School Scholars 


7,610 


Parish* School Teachers 


9 


Parish School Scholars 


181 


Industrial School Teachers 


82 


Industrial School Scholars 


285 


Contributions 


$187,286 





The 41st Annual Council will meet in S. Mark's Church, Minneapolis, June 8. 



THB OLBRGT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF OUR MERCIFUL SAVIOUR {com. 467), FARIBAULT. 

The Bishop. 
2)«an.— The Very Rev. Charles Lewis Slattcry. 
Curate.— The Rev. Philip Henry Linley. 



Bishop Coadjutor.— The Rt. Rev. Mahlon Norris Gilbert. D.D., LL.D.- 

Archdeacon.— The Ven. T. H. M. Villiers Appleby, St. Panl. 

Bishop's mKomining Chaplains.— The Rev. William C. Pope, the Rev. Ezra Porter Chittenden, 

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the Bev. Edward Moysee, the Rev. John Wright, D.D., the Rev. Qeorge C. Tanner, D.D., the Rev. 
Frederick T. Webb, D.D., the Ven. T. H. M. YUliers Appleby. 

Deans qf Conw<?a^k>n*.~Northem : The Rev. Charles Denison Andrews ; Southern : The 
Rev. Alford A. Butler. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


0HUBCHE8 AND OOMMUNICANTS. 


OLIRGT. 


Albert Lea 


Christ Church 

Trinity 

Gethsemane 


83.... 

75 ... 

63.... 


Delbert F. Thompson. 
Robert Reed Goudy. 
Horace A. Chouinard. 


Anokn 


Appleton 

Atwater 


An«tii 


Christ 


108.... 


(David James Watson Somer- 

\ vllle. 

Charles Baldwin Fosbroke. 


Basewood Grove 


S.Mary 

Christ 


88.... 

.... 82.... 


Beaver Falls 


William Henry Knowlton. 
Charles £. Hiicon. 


Becker 


Trinity 

S.Paul 

Transflguratlou 

Christ.:. 


50.... 

;;;;;; 21;;;; 

88.... 


Belle Creek 


John Caldwell. 


Belle Plalne 


Samnel Wilson Moran. 


Benson 


William Alfred Rimer. 


Bird Island 




Birch Cooley 


S. Cornelia 

S. John 

Good Shepherd 

Holy Comforter 

S.Mary 


67.... 

4.... 

25.... 

12.... 

18.... 

5 


William Henry Knowlton. 
George C. Tanner. D.D. 
Upton Herbert Gibbs. 
Thomas K. Allen. 


Blooming Prairie . , 


Blue Earth 

Brownsville 


Brownton . . . 


Charles E. Farrar. 


Baffalo 




Caledonia 


Trinity 

Holy Innocents 

S.Matthew 


50.... 

20.... 

70.. . 

60.... 

26.... 


Crozier Graham Adams. 


CmnnonCity 

Cannon Falls 


Philip Henry Liniey. 
Charles A. Poole, D.D. 


Chatfleld 


John Flockhart. ' 


Cherry Grove 


John Caldwell. 


Cokato 


S. Sigfried 

Christ 

S.Mark 

S.John 

The Holy Spirit 

8. James 

Holy Cross 


120.... 

20.... 

;;;;;; so';;; 

13.... 

17 .. 

S4 


Martin N. Ray. 


Cordova 


Corrinna (P. 0. Clearwater). . 
Dakota 


Theodore C. Hudson. 
Thomas K. Allen 


Delano 


Martin N. Ray. 
Thomas K Allen. 


Dresbach 


Dnndas 


Edward Moyses. 
Harry P. Nichols. 


Edina Mills 




Egan 


... 


Elk River 


Trinity 

Grace 

Trinity 

S.Martin 

Gk>od Shepherd 


40.... 

;;;;;; ss;;;; 
... 59 


Charles E. HIzon. 


Elysian 


Alford A. Butler. 


Excelsior 


John E. Dallam. 


Fairmoant 


William C. McCracken. 


Fttribault 


j James Dobbin, D.D. 
) Georse C. Tanner, D.D. 
W. P. Ten Broeck. 


Pflrmington ..... ..... 


Advent 


15 .. 


PridleyTark ...W 

Frontenac 


Holy Trinity 

Christ*;*.;'.*.'.*.'.*.*.*.'.'.".'. 

S.John 

S. John 


80.... 

21.... 

16.... 

25.... 

;;;;;; 10;;;; 
;;;;;; 15;;;; 

187.... 

80.... 

22.... 

6.... 

13.... 


Stuart B. Purves. 
Charles C. RoUit. 


Olencoe 


Charles E. Farrar. 


Good Thunder 


Alfred Kingsley Glover. 
Henry S. Streeter. 
Charles B. Farrar. 


Goose Creek 


Granite Falls 


Trinity 

S.James 

S.John 

S.Luke 

S. Jude 

S.Mark 

Our Saviour. 

All Saints 

S.John 


Harris 


Henry 8. Streeter. 
Charles E. Hixon. 


Hassan 


Hastings 


Edward Macomb Duff. 


Henderson 


Owen F. Jones. 


Highwood 


Charles Holmes. 


Houston 


Thomas K Allen. 


H<)wi|rd T/ake .... 


Martin N. Ray. 
Charles E. Farrar. 


Hutchinson 


Jackson 






Janesville 

Kalmar 




S. John 


71.... 

27 


James Cornell. 
William W. Fowler. 


Kasson 


S.Peter 

Ascension 


...... .... 


Alford A. Butler. 


Kenyon 


John Caldwell. 


Kirkhoven 




Daniel T. Booth. 


Lake Benton 


S.John 

S.Mark 

All Angels 

8. John 


43.... 

187.... 

;;;;.'.' 8©;;;; 


The Archdeacon. 


Lake City 


Charles H. Plummer. 


Lake Crystal 


Alford A. Butler. 


LeSaeor 


Owen F. Jones. f^^^^T^ 



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MINNESOTA. 



. [1898. 



PABI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Lexin^n. 
Litchfield . . 



Laverne 

MadelU 

MadiiK>ii hnke 

Mankato 

Mantorvtlle 

Marshall 

Mazeppa 

Miime^[K>UB (B. Clintonl 
Ave. betw. I 
88th & 27th [ 

Sts.) J 

(cor. 4th Ave. ) 
A 9th 8t.A 

S.) i 

(cor. 84th St. 
^b 16th Ave., 

8.) 

(cor. 4th St. * 
4lh Ave., 
8.B.) 



St. cor.) 
anklinV 
e.) .f 



(cor.mhAre.&l 
6thSt.,N.). f 

(16th St. cor.; 
Prai ■ 
Ave.] 

(cor. James & i 
6thAve.,N.)f 

(S. 6th St. bet 
Hennepin & 
Nicollet 
Aves.) 



Trinity 309 

Holy Trinity 86 

Christ 11 

Good Shepherd 10 

S.John 188 

S.John 69 

S.James 68 

8. Andrew 



AU Saints 146.. 

Gethsemane 1132.. 

Grace 180.. 

Holy Trinity 897.. 

Messiah 68., 

S. Andrew 160. , 

S. Ansgarins 426. , 

8. Johannes. 80. , 



(cor. Filhnore 
St. A 86th 
Ave., N.E.). 
** (B. Hennepin 
Ave. betw. 
18th & 18th 
Sts.) 

Minnetonka , 

Montevideo 

Morristown 

Morton , , 

New London , 

North Branch , 

Northfleld 

Olivia 

Olmstead , 

Owatonna 

Pine Island , 

Pipestone 

Point Douglass 

Preston 

Redwing 

Redwood Falls 

Roberds Lake 

Rochester 

Rockf ord 

RushCitv 

Rnshfora 

8t. Charles 

St. James 



8t.Panl(cor. Isabel St. & ( 
Clinton Ave.).... ( 



CHURCHES AND COXXUNICANTS. 



S.Paul. 
Emmanuel. 



.108, 



S. Mark . 



.676. 



S.Mary 

S.Matthew. 



S.Paul 850. 

AllSaints 6 

Grace 46, 

8. John 86 

Ascension 9, 



8. Thomas 7, 

All Salnto m 

S.John 



S.Paul 188 

Grace 88 

S.Paul 80. 

S.Paul 80 



Christ 858 

Holy Communion 86 

Immanuel 18 

Calvarv 287 

Breck Memorial 

Grace 26 

Emmanuel 65, 

Trinity 85, 

Calvary 48 

Ascension 116 



[Martin N.Ray. 



W. Edgar Coup 

Alford A. Butler. 

James Cornell. 

Geoige H. Davis. 

Alford A. Butler. 

T. H. J. Walton. 

Henry Duncan Chambers.* 

Abijah Alexander. 



j John J. Fande. 
1 1saac Houlgate. 

Joseph Anthony Ten Broeck. 

Stuart B. Purves. 

John Johnson. 
WiUiam Wilkinson. 

J Olaf A. Toffteen. 

■j Walter Louis Schfirer Werner, 

John Johnson. 

Harry P. Nichols. 

Stuart B. Purves. 
John W. Prosser. 



1 Frederick T. Webb, D.D. 
I Edward James Pnrdy. 

John J. Faude. 
Horace A. Chouinard. 
Gerald H. Morse. 
William Henry Knowlton. 
Daniel T. Booth. 
Henry 8. Streeter. 
W. P. Ten Broeck. 
Charies E. Farrar. 
William W. Fowler. 
Alfred G. Pinkham. 
Henry Dnncah Chambers.* 
T. H. J. Walton. 
Charles Baldwin Fosbroke. 

Charies C. Rollit. 
William H. Knowlton. 
Charles Lewis Slattery. 
WUliam W. Fowler. 
Martin N. Ray. 
Henry 8. Streeter. 
Crozier Graham Adams. 
John Flockhart. 
Clement H. Beaulieu. 

Charles Holmes. 



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PARISnBS AND MISSIONS. 



St. ProI (946 Carr Ave.) . . . . 
** (4th St. N.W.. cor. I 

Franklin) f 

" (cor. 12th & Cedar / 
Sts.) f 



(cor. Stellar & At- 1 
water Sts.) f 

(Martin cor. Macka- 1 
binSt.) f 



(cor. De Soto A ) 
LawsonSts.) ( 

(Ashland Ave. cor. ( 
Mackab1nSt.)....f 

(cor. Prior Are. & i 
Iglehart) f 

(S. Anthony Park) ... 

(cor. 9th & Olive Sts.) 
(cor. 4th & Maple Sts.) 



" (Sth&LocnftSta.)... 

" (cor. Randolph & f 
View Sts.) r 

" Park 

St. Peter 

Saratoga 

Shakopee 

Slay ton 

Sleepy Eye 

Splcer 

Spring Valley 

Stanton 

Stillwater 

Sunrise 

Tracy 

Wabasha 

Warsaw 

Waseca 

WatervUle 

Wells 

White Bear Lase 

Wilder 

Wlllmar 

Wlndom 

Winona 

Worthington 

Zombrota 



CaiTROHKS AND OOXMUNIOANTS. 



Calvary 

Christ 500.. 

Good Shepherd 175. . 

Messiah 179.. 

Resurrection 

S.Bonifacins 78.. 

S. Clement 128. . 



S. James 



85. 



S. John Evangelist 40d.. 

S.Mary IIO.. 

8. Matthew 80.. 

S.Panl 838.. 

S. Peter 210.. 

S.PhUip , 

S. Slegfrid 80.. 

S.Stephen 82. 

Trinity 20., 

Holy Communiun 75., 



8. Peter 68., 

S.Paul 

All Souls 40., 



Ascension , 



200. 
6. 
10. 
60. 



S.Mark 

Grace 

S.Thomas 

Calvary 41 

S. Andrew 80. 

Nativity 75 

S.John 42, 

S. James 40. 

S.Luke 155. 

Good Shepherd 

S.Panl 881. 

S.John 99. 

Trinity 7. 



Charles Denlson Andrews. 

WUIlam C. Pope. 
Charles Edgar Haupt. 
William C. Pope. 

Johannes Salinger. 

( The Bishop Coa4jutor. 
( Ernest Dray. 

Carl Reed Taylor. 

j Dndley Ward Rhodes, D.D. 
) Lewis Gonvemenr Morris. 

George H. Ten Broeck. 

Charles E. Uixon. 

J John Wright, D.D. 

I Homer M. Hood. 
Geoiige H. Mueller. 

John Victor Alf vegren. 

George H. Ten Broeck. 

Charles Holmes. 
Samuel Wilson Moran. 

John B. Dallam. 

William Henry Knowlton. 
Daniel Theodore Booth. 



Andrew D. Stowe. 
Henry S. Streeter. 
T.H J.Walton. 
Joseph J. HlUmer. 
Gerald H. Morse. 
Delbert F. Thompeon. 
Alford A. Butler. 
Alfred Klngsley Glover. 
Henry S. Streeter. 
Samuel Currie. 
Daniel Theodore Booth. 
George C. Tanner, D.D. 
The<doTe Payne Thurston. 
Clement H. Beaulleu. 
Henry Duncan Chambers.* 



* Licensed to officiate. 



NON.PAROCHLAL. 



Adams, J. Charles, Lake Ci^. 

Butler, Alford A., Warden, Seabury Divinity 
School, Faribault. 

Camp, Rev. Charles C, Prof., Seabury Di- 
vinity School, Faribault 

Capron, Cyrus Kemper, New York. 

Ferris, John Oliver, St. Paul. 

Higglnson, (George N., St. Anthony Park, 
St. Paul: 

Hudson, Theodore C, New Paynesvllle. 

Kedney, John Stelnfort, D.D., Prof., Seabury 
Divinity School, Faribault. 

Lyon, Daniel Bray ton, Minneapolis. 



Nybladh, Carl A. 

Parshall, Frank H. 

Peake, E. Steele, Chap., S. Mary's Hall, Fari- 
bault. 

Potts, Francis Henry, Shakopee. 

Root, Herbert, Valley City, N. D. 

Ross, W. H. U., Minneapolis. 

Sherman. Charies A., Wyoming. 

Walden, Treadwell. Cambridge, Mass. 

Williamson, John, Hastings. 

Wilson, E. Stuart, D.D., Prof., Seabury Di- 
vinity School, Faribault. 



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DIOCESE OF MISSI8SIPPL (A.D. 1825.) 

Popalation (1800), 1,289,600. Area, 47,146 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rby. Hugh Millbr Thoxpson, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1883.) BeHcUnce, Battle Hill, 
Jackson. 

Secretary qf Ciwnd/.— The Ven. Geoi^e C. Harris, B.D., Yicksharg. 

Begisirar.—Tlie Rev. Nowell Logan, D.D. 

Treamrer of Diocese.— EmmetX M. Parker, Jackson. 

Chancellor.— U. Slmrall, Vicksbarg. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical^ the Ven. Qeorve C. Harris, D.D., Pres.; the Rey. Nowell 
Logan^.D., the Rev. Charles Morris, the Rev. Robert E. Lee Craig. Xoy, George W. Howard, 
Sec.; W. W. Moore, L. Brame, Marcellos Greene. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

S. MaryU hutUutefor Colored Children, Vtcksburg. Principal, the Rev. H. A. S. Hartlmr, D.D. 

S. Thomas'* Hall, HoUy Springe.— The Diocesan school for Boys. Principal, the Rev. Peter G. 
Sears. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan BroncA.— [Oi^anlzed Jane, 1891.1 Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. H. M. Thompson, Jackson. Cor. Sec., Miss M. P. 
Eggleston, Oarrollton. Treas., Miss B. W. Fox, 403 Walnut Street, Yicksbnrg. 

Diocesan Paper.—** The American Churchman and Church News," Jackson. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorraniced Parishes and Missions. 

Bapttems 

Confirmed 

Commnnicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 




The 7l8t Annual Council will meet in S. Andrew*s Church, Jackson, April 27. 
♦ None received. 

THB OLBRGT. 

The Bishop. 

Archdeacon.— The Ven. George C. Harris, D.D. 

Bishops Examining Chaplains.— The Ven. George C. Harris, D.D., the Rev. Nowell Logan, 
D.D., the Rev. De Bemferre Waddell, the Rev. Peter G. Sears. 

Deans of Convocations.— Oxford : The Rev. Peter Q. Sears ; Jackson : The Rev. Herbert W. 
Robinson; Columbus: The Rev. De Bernierre Waddell; Natchez: The Rev. Nowell Logan, D.D.; 
Pass Christian : The Rev. Bbenezer Thompson. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHUBCHES 


AND COMMUNICANTS. 




Aberdeen 


S.John 


70.... 




Baird 




Bay St. Louis 


Grace 


18.... 




Biloxi 


Redeemer... 

S.Mary 

S.Alban.... 

S.Luke 

S. Thomas.. 

Grace 

Grace 

Christ 


210.... 

22.... 

44.... 

24.... 

7.... 

79.... 

80.... 


Ebenezer Thompson. 


Bolton 


Bovina 

Brandon 


y Herbert W. Robinson. 


ByhalU 


Peter O. Sears. 


Canton 

CarroUton 

Church Hill 


J. Herbert Woodward. 
Clement D. Brown. . 



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MISSISSIPPI. 



157 



PABISBBS AND MISSIONS. 




CLSBOT. 


Clarksdale 


8. George 

S.Matthew 

S.Paol 

Holy Innocents 

Trinity 


80.... 

14.... 

180.... 

25.... 

81.... 


The Archdeacon. 


Clinton 


Herbert W. Robinson. 
Walter R. Dye. 
Irenens Treat. 


Como 


Crytital 8pring# 




Diy Ghrove . . .T 




Early Grove 


S. John/ 

S. Barnabas 

S.Mary 

Chapel of Peace 

S. James 

Nativity 

All Saints 

S. Stephen 

Epiphany 

Ascension 

Christ 

Our Saviour 

8. Andrew 


5.... 

14.... 

80.... 

.... 1«... 

115.... 

50.... 

72.... 

28.... 

48... 

26.... 

110,... 

18.... 

248.... 




Edwards 


Herbert W. Robinson. 


Enterprise 

Friars Point 

Greenville 

Greenwood 

Grenada 


De Bemierre Waddell. 

Qnlncy Swing. 

Lawson Harvey Snell. 
David E. Holt. 


Hazlehurst 


Hermanville 


Herbert W. Robinson. 


Hernando 


Irennas Troat. 


Holly Springs 


Peter G. Sears. 


Inbft 






Roberts. Lee Craig. 


Klricwood 


S.Philip 

S. Andrew 

S.Mary 


18.... 

5.... 

29.... 

14.... 


Lamar 


Peter G. Sears. 


T<ejrtngtnn 




Lonjz Beach 




Mammon Station . . 


Chapel of the Cross. . . . 

Mediator 

Nativity 

Redeemer 

Holy Cross 


20.... 

82... 

29.... 

20.... 

18.... 




McCoifib City 


Henry H. Messenger. 


Macon 


Maimolia 


The Archdeacon. 


MayersvUle 


Mf^ridff^n 


Mediator 


.... 147.... 
44.... 


De Bemierre Waddell. 


Michigan City 


Peter G. Sears. 


Mississippi City 


S.Mark 


23.... 


Ebenezer Thompson. 
Charles Morris. 


Natchez 


Trinity 

Trinity Chapel 

Holy Commonlon 

S.John 

Grace 


850.... 

82.... 

6.... 

26.... 

12..., 

18.,.. 




Merritt D. Hinton. 


Newtown 




Ocean Springs 

Okolona 


Bbeneser Thompson. 


Osyka 


Henry H. Messenger. 
Peter G. Sears. 


Oxford 


S.Peter !....'.. 

Trinity 

S.James 

S.Mark 

The Cross 


82.... 

.... 64.... 

60.... 

31.... 

26.... 


Pass Christian 


Louis Tncker. 


Port Gibson 


Clement D. Brown. 


Raymond 




Rolling Pork 


The Archdeacon. 


RoeedSe 


Grace 


!!"..". 36".'.'.*. 
14.... 


J. Herbert Woodward. 


St. Elmo 


Herbert W. Robinson. 


Sardis 


Irensens Trout. 


Scranton 


8. John 


20.... 


Ebenezer Thompson. 


Starkville 


Resoirection ........... 


8.... 


Bnminf t X .... . . . ■ 


Christ 


33.... 


Henry H. Messenger. 


Tchala 




Terry 


Good Shepherd 

S.Clement 

Christ 

Holy Trinity 

S.Mary.. 

Nativity 

Grace 

HoQse of PrayBr 


84.... 

40.... 

180.... 

167.... 

46.... 

.... 57.... 

!.!!. 7.'.'.'. 


David E. Holt. 


Vaiden 


J. B. Fitzpatrick. D.D. 


Vicksbnrg 


Henry Sansom, DJ). 




} NoweU Logan, D.D. 
WiUiam Stokes. 


4t 

Water Valiey! ............... 


Waveland...T. 




Wesson 




WestPoint 


Incarnation 

Immanuel 

S.Panl 

Trinity 


16.... 

.... 57 ... 

.... 66.... 
76.... 




Winona 


J. B. Fitzpatrick, D.D. 


Woodvflle 

YaxooCity 


Albert Martin. 



NON-PAROCHLAL. 



Burnr, Thomas, ■^Lshevllle, N. C. 
De Learsy, Anthony Theodore, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. 

Harris, John A., Biloxi. 

Magruder, James Mitchell, Darlington, S. C. 



Picket, James Thompson, D.D., Holly 
Springs. 

Satnmin, Henry A., D.D., Yicksborg. 
Williams, T. C, New York. 



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PopaUtion (1890), 1,290,658. Area, 82,015 eq. m. 
Thb Bt. Rkv. Danikl Stlvbstbb Tdttle, D.D., Bishop. (1867.) BeHdence, St. Lonla. 
Secretary qf ConverUUm^Sohn R. Triplett, 118 N. Third St., St. Loaia. 
Treasurer of Dioceee.^WBXkeT Hill, 300 N. Third St., St. Louie. 

Treasurer of PermanerU Episcopal FuTut.—Chailea 8. Freeborn, 809 Olive St., St. Loals. 
Registrar and Historiographer.— Tha Rev. Kenneth M. Deane, 8023 Dickson St., St. Louis. 
Chancellor qf Diocese.— Tiezi&t Tiffany, St. Louis. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. P. Q. Robert, Pres.: the Rev. William Short, the 
Rev. Stephen Herbert Oreen. Lay^ H. S. Snow, Sec. ; T. K.. Skinker, H. H. Denisou. 

OHUROH INBTITUTIONB. 

Bishop Robertson Hall, St. Louis.— Visitor^ the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. Stephen Herbert 
Green. Superior, Sister Catherine. 

Oirls^ Friendly Society in America.— (No diocesan officers.) Two parochial branches. St. 
Louis: Christ Church Cathedifal. Sec. and Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. P. W. Roberts, 
8148 Locust St., St. Louis. 

Orphans* Home Association, St. Louis.— Visitor, the Bishop. Sec, Mrs. Henry G. Isaacs. 
Treas.^ Mrs. Edwin Harrison. 

S. Luke's Hospital.— <^. S. Freeborn, Treas. Samuel 8. Hntchins, Sec. The Rev. Kenneth 
M. Deane, Chap. 

S. Mark's School, Portland.— k boarding school for boys. Head Master, the Rev. Francis B. 
AUeyne. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan ^rancA.— [Organized 1881J Annual meeting : day after Dioc- 
esan Convention, the Bishop presiding. Pres., Mrs. D. S. Tuttle, 2727 Chestnut St., St. Louis. 
Sec., Miss Triplett, 8847 Pine St., St. Louis. Treas., Mrs. T. Swing White, 4218 Lindell Ave., St. 
Louis. 



Diocesan Pteiw.-"The Church News," 1925 McCausland Road, St. Louis. 
George Dana Boardman Miller. 


Editor, the Rev. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


51 

1 

49 

57 

6 

744 

616 

6,456 

528 

4,225 

$156,216 


54 


Priests Ordained , ,, 


8 


Church Edificep 


66 


Organized Parinbe? and Missions 




tFnor^anized Parirthes and Missions 


6 


Baptisms 


661 


Confirmed 


414 


Commiinicants, 


6,478 


Sunday School Teachers 


496 


Sunday School Scholars 


4,227 


Contriuutions , 


$141,999 







The 59th Annual Convention will meet in Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis, May 84, at 10 ▲.]!. 

THB OUSRGT. 

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL (com. 660), ST. LOUIS 
(13ih and Locust Sts.). 
J5dan.— The "Very Rev. Carroll M. Davis. 

Priests.— The Rev. Allen Kendall Smith, the Rev. Henry Watson Mizuer. 
Cathedral Cfuipter.— The Rt. Rev. the Bishop, the Very Rev. the Dean, the Rev. Allen 



Kendall Smith. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. P. Q. Robert, the Rev. George Dana Boardman 
Miller, the Rev. Charles G. Davis. 

Bishop's Secretary.-^The Rev. George Dana Boardman Miller, 1995 McCansland Road, St. 
Louis. 

Deans of Cbnvoea^ion.— Hannibal : The Rev. William A. Hatch ; Soathern : The Rev. Jeffer- 
son Davis Ritchey. 

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MISSOURI. 



169 



PABI8HX8 AND MI88I0N88. 



Afton 

Bevler , 

Canton , 

Cape Qirardeaa.... 

ClarksviUe 

Columbia 

Crystal City 

Cuba 

De Soto 

Fergnson 

Hannibal 

Ironton 

Jefferson BamickB . 

Jefferson City 

Kirkavllle 

Kirkwood 

La Plata 

Loaislana , 

Macon , 

Mexico , 

Moberly 

Monroe . 



CHXTB0HB8 AND OOMXimiCANTB. 



Montgomery . 
Old Orchard. . 



Palmyra . 
Portland .., 
Prairie^ille. 

Holla. 

Salem 

St. Charles. 
St. James. 



Grace 60. 

Trinity 10. 

Grace 182. 

S.Mary 7. 

Calvary 68. 

S. James 108. 

S.Paul 78., 

Christ W. 

8. Jude 107. 

Holy Comforter 6 

Emmanuel 198., 

S.Paul 51., 

S.Mark 49.. 

S.John 40., 

Christ 88. 

7. 



St Louis (cor. 2ad & Wash- ( 
e.)...r 



im^n Ave. J 
(OabannePl.). 



(8th A Pestalozzi i 
Sts.) f 

(11th ^ Warren Sts.) 

(98th A Washing- f 
ton Ave.) C 

(Oak HiU). 



(Jefferson A La-( 
fayette Aves.).. \ 

(Pine St. near Gar- ( 
rison Ave.) f 

(Jefferson Ave. & I 
Glasgow PI.)... f 

(Blendon PI.) 



(OliveandPendel-l 

ton Ave.) i 

(Elleardsville). 



(Hickory A Doll- 1 
manSts.) f 

(Washington A i 
Vandevenierv 
Aves.) ( 



(South St. Louis). . . 

(LindcU & Spring f 

Aves.) s 



'* (t4th A Franklin i 

Ave.) s 

Shelbina 

Shrewsbury 

Thayer 



Christ 10. 

8. (Seorge 18. 

S.Peter 80. 

Christ 22. 

Grace 17. 

Calvary 91 . 

Grace 74. 

S. Andrew 28. 

Trinity 58. 

S. Stephen 114. 

Trinity 191. 

S. Paul 19. 

17. 



Trinity 85. 

Trinity 18. 

All Saints 216., 

Ascension 207. , 

Epiphany 18 , 

Good Shepherd 95. 

Grace 801 . , 

Holy Communion 445. 

Holy Innocents 46. 

Mount Calvary 182. 

Redeemer 818. 

S.Andrew 184. 

S. Augustine 150., 

S. Chrysostom 9.. 

S.George 468., 

S. James 170. 

8. John 285. 

S. Mark Memorial 204., 

S.Matthew 64 

S.Paul 98. 

S.Peter 848. 

8. Philip 80., 

S.Stephen. 94.. 

S.Thomas 66.. 

Trinity. 180.. 

Emmanuel IS.. 

S.Mary 6.. 

HolyTrinity 14.. 



Russell Todd. 

R. W. Rhames. 
William Henry Watts. 
Samuel MUls. 
P. M. Weddell. 
William Ambrose Dennis. 
Charles G. Davis. 
Edward Porter Little. 



George L. Neide, Jr. 
Frederic N. Chapman. 
Stephen Herbert Green. 

Robert W. Rhames. 
Philip G. Davidson. 

WmiamA.Hatch. 

Jefferson Davis Ritchey. 
Jonathan Allen Wainwnght. 
Francis E. Alleyne. 
Robert W. Rhames. 
F. M. Weddell. 

John A. Dooris. 
F. M. Weddell. 

Cassius M. C. Mason. 

Gilbert A. Ottman. 
John A. Dooris. 

Benjamin F. Newton. 

J. P. T. Ingraham, D.D. 

P. G. Robert. 

Frederick WIdmer Ck>mell. 

Philip Williams Fanntleroy. 

Charles Trotman. 

Kenneth M. Deane. ^ 

George Dana Boardman Miller. 
William Bardens. 

Robert A. Holland, D.D. 

Edmund Duckworth. 

Carl N. Moller. 

Jesse E. Brennan. 



Charles F. Collins. 
William Elmer. 

William Short. 

Andrew Trowbridge Sharpe. 
Gustavns Tuckerman. 
James Henry Cloud. 

William Bardens. 



Charles F. Collins. 

Bdw. John Peakc Bell Williams.* 



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MONTANA. 



[1898. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Canfleld, Charles H., KirkBville, Mo. 
Cobb, George Washington, Chaplain, Bethel 
Home, St. Louis. 

Hatton, W. H. D.. Harrisburg, Pa. 
Higson John William. 
Hant, George H., St. Louis. 
James, Thomas F. C, Ironton. 



Lawrance, Joseph Glenn, Klnlochmoidart Par- 
sonage, Salen, Loch Snnart, Inverness-shire, 
Scotland. 

Hadan, Hugo, New York. 

Scheetz, Frederick B., Rectoc Emeritus, 
Kirkwood. 



HOHTAVA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Population (1890), 183,159. Area, 148,776 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rby. Leigh Richmond Bbbwbb, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1880.) Setidence, 
Helena, Montana. 

Secretary and Registrar.^The Rev. £dmand Gregory Pront, Deer Lodge. 
TVwwMrw.— Oclavius HIght, Butte. 

Standing Committer,.— Clerical^ the Rev. Edmund Gregory Prout, the Rev. Edmund A. Wasson. 
Lay^ Geoige E. Huy, P. W. WebsUr, Sec., Great Falls. 



OHITROH INSTITUTIONS. 

S. Piter's Hbepital^ Helena.— Supt., Miss Nina Young. 

S. Peter's School, Helena.— Principal, Mrs. L. S. Greenleaf. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan ^ram;^.— [Organljsed December, 1884.] Annual meeting: time 
and place of Annual Convocation. Pres., Mrs. L. R. Brewer, Helena. Sec., Mrs. S. D. Hooker, 
Dillon. TYeas., Mrs. C. H. Moore, Butte. 



Diocesan Paper.— *^ Montana Churchman," Deer Lodge. Editor, the Rev. Edmund Gregory 
Prout, Deer Lodge. 



STATISTICS. 




1897. 



875 
282 

2,050 
181 

1,«74 



$37,666 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Mif^sions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachen* 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 



The 18th Annual Convocation will meet where the Bishop appoints, on June 19. 

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KEBBASEA. 



161 



THE OLBRGT. 

Thb Bishop. 
BUhop'^i Examining CTiaplctins.—The Rev. Frank B. Lewis, the Rev. Slator C. Blackiston. 



parishes and missions. 


CHTTRCHES AND 


communicants. 


CLBRGT. 




S.Mark 


108.... 

9 


Charles E. Dobson. 


Bannack . » . . 


Sidney D. Hooker. 
John F. Pritchard. 


Big Timber 


8. Paul 

S.Luke 

S.Thomas 

S. James 

S.John 

S.Paul 

8. JamM 


18.... 

47.... 

17.... 

96.... 

200.... 

........... 40',['.'. 


Billings 

Boulder 


Albert Carswell. 
Robert 8. Stringfellow. 


Bozeman. . . . 


Frank B. Lewis. 


Butte 


Slator C. Blackiston. 


Centrevllle 


Arthur Franklin Lewis. 


Deer Lodge , 


Edmund Gregory Proul. 
Sidney D. Hooker. 


Dillon 


S.James 

S.Paul 

Mission 

S.Matthew 

S.Matthew 

S. Peter 

The Incamaiiou . 

8. Paul 

8. Peter 


57... 

60.... 

18.... 

20.... 

17.... 

5.... 

195.... 

28.... 

884.... 


Port Benton 


Harry Ernest Robbing. 
Frank B. Lewis. 


Gallatin Valley 


Glasgow 


Harry Ernest Robbins. 
Charles Quinney. 
Edmund Gregory Prout. 
Edmund A. Wasson. 


Glendive 


GiiuYit<^ 


Great Falls 


Hamilton 


George Stewart. 
William Winn Lore. 


Helena. 


Kalispell 


Christ 

S.James 

S. Andrew 

Trinity 

S.Mary 

Emmanuel 

Holy Spirit 

8. Andrew 

S.John 

Calvary 

Christ 

8. Luke 

S. John 


60.... 

26.... 

65.... 

34.... 

30.... 

47.... 

181.... 

17.... 

27.... 

12.... 

85.... 

27.... 

28.... 


Hector E. Clowes. 


Lewistown 


Harry Ernest Robbins. 


Livingston 


John F. Pritchard. 


Madison Valley 




Marysville. 


Robert 8. Strlngfellow. 


MUesClty 


Charles Quinney. 
Charles H. Linley. 


MiMonla. ... 


Philipsbuig 




Pony 




Red Lodge 


Albert Carswell. 


Sheridan . 


Sidney D. Hooker. 


Sun River 


Edmund A. Wasson. 


Townsend 


Robert S. Strlngfellow. 


Virginia City 


S.Paul 

Grace 


59.... 

15.... 




Wmte Sulphur Sprfaigs 





Dickey, Thomas E., Kalijpell. 



NON-PAROCHL^L. 

I Reinsberg, Charles Herman, Trenton, N. J. 



DIOCESE OF NEBSASKA. (A.D. 1868.) 

Limits — AU that part of the Slate of Nebraska lying east of the west lines qf the counties qf 
Knoxs Antelope^ Boone^ Nance, Merrick, Hamilton, Clay, and Nuckols. 

Population (1890), about 700,000. Area, 28,000 sq. m. 

Th« Rt. Rev. Giorgb Worthington, D.D., LL.D., Bishop, (isav) Residence, Bishoptborpe, 
1240 South Tenth St. Episcopal Rooms, 24 and 25 Ariington Block, Dodge St., Omaha. 

Secretary qf Council and Registrar.— The Rev. Canon Whitmarsh, Bpi!«copal Rooms, Omaha. 

Treasurer qf Diocese and Board qf Missions.— C. W. Lyman, 1602 Faniam St., Omaha. 

Chancellor.— The Hon. James M. Woolworth, LL.D., L.H.D., D.C.L., 418 First National Bank 
Bn tiding, Famam St., Omaha. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Canon Doherty, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. Canon Burgeiv, 
the Rev. Jotiu Williams. Lay, the Hon. J. M. Woolworth, LL.D., L.H.D., D.C.L., C. W. Lyman, 

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irEBRASKA. 



[1898. 



OUUHOH INSTITUTIONS. 

BraumeU ^aU, Souih Tenth St. and Worthington PL, Omaha.— The Diocesan Girls' School. 

Oitia* Friendly Society in America.— {One parochial branch.) Trinity Cathedral, Omaha. 
Sec.^ Mrs. Qeorg^e Worthington, Bishopthorpe, Omaha. 

The Clarkson Memorial Hospital for Children, 1716 Dodge St., Omaha.— Utb. R. H. Clarkson, 
Manager. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Broik:*.— [Organised May, 1886.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. George Worthington, Omaha. Sec., Mrs. Philip Potter, 
^i& South Fortieth St., Omaha. Treae., Mrs. R. K. RingwaJt, 88 Barker Block, Omaha. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions. 

Bapt»ms 

Confirmed * 

Communicants. 

Sunday School iVachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contrioutions 



1896. 



82 


87 


8 


4 


61 


67 


48 


46 


16 


10 


689 


688 


476 


484 


8,782 


4,227 


806 


880 


2,647 


2.906 


$67,275 


$48,017 



1897. 



The 81st Annual Council will be held in Trinity Cathedral, Omaha, on May 18. 



THB OLBRGT. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL (com. 511), EIGHTEENTH ST. AND CAPITOL AVE., OMAHA. 

Tile Bishop. 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Campbell Fair, D.D. 
Canon.— The Rev. Robert Doherty, D.D. 
Chapter Clerk.— The Rev. Canon Whitmarsh. 

Hon. Canons.— The Rev, Richard C. Talbot, the Rev. William Tilly Whitmarsh, the Rev. Samuel 
Goodale, D.D., the Rev. Heman B. Burgess, the Rev. Arthur E. Marsh. 



Biehop^s Examining Chapiain-f.-TheYery Rev. Campbell Pair, D.D., the Rev. Canon Doherty, 
D.D., the Rev. Irving P. Johnson, the Rev. David Chesser Pattee. 

District Presbyters.— The Rev. Canon Marsh, the Rev. Irving P. Johnson, the Rev. Canon 
Doherty, D.D., the Rev. David Chesser Pattee, the Rev. Horace Percy Silver. 

Missionary at Large.-The Rev. Canon Whitmarsh. 



rARISHKS AND MISRIONS. 



Albion 

Ashland 

Auburn , 

Anrora 

Beatrice 

Blair 

Cedar Rapids. 
Central City . . 

Clarks 

Columbus 

Creighton 

Crete , 

David City 



OHUBCHES AKD COMITUNICANTS. 



S.John 25. 

S.Stephen 81. 

Ascension 29. 

Trinity 6. 

Christ 128. 

S.Mary 80. 

Trinity 46. 

Christ 69. 

S.Paul 88. 

Grace 44. 

S.Mark 26. 

Trinity Memorial 50. , 

Trinity 8. 



♦ Officiating by permission . 



Richard Colgate Talbot, Jr. 
A. Grant Musson. 

Arthur E. Marsh. 
William Albert Mulligan.* 
Richard C. Talbot. 
Richard Colgate Talbot, Jr. 

i- Arthur E. Marsh. 

Charies Albert Weed. 
Joseph Cleve Ingersoll. 

John Foster Kirk. 



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163 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CHUBCHKf AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



Decatar 

DeWItt 

Pauscity!.'!!!!!.*!!!!! !!!!!'.' 

Florence 

Fremont 

Geneva 

tGlenwood 

Hartln^ton 

Harvard 

Lincoln ". 

Nebraska'City '. *.*.!!!*.!!!!]!!!! 

Neligh 

Niobmra 

Norfolk. 

Oraaha (d6th & Half Howard ^ 
Sts.) f 

" (20th & Ohio Sts.) . . . 

" (41«t A Charles Sts.).. 

" (83d & Francis Sts.) . . 

" (19th A California Sts.) 

*• (88th (fe Pranklhi Sts.) 

" SoQtb (28d, bet. F A t 
GSts.) f 

** 

" (8 * ioth StVi* Worth'- V 

ittKtonPl.) f 

• ** (ffitd& California Sts.) 

•• (2l8t, bet. Paul &\ 

Nicholas Sts.) { 

Palmer 

Papilllon 

Plattsmouth 

Schayler 

Silver Creek 

Tecamseh 

Wahoo 

Wilber 

Wymote 

Wyominjf 

York 



Incarnation 21 . . 

S. Anenstine 86.. 

S. Andrew 8.. 

S. Thomas 72. , 

8. Mark 20., 

S. James 48., 

Trinity &5., 

Holy Cross 4., 

Grace 50. , 

S.John 17. 

Holy Trinity 260. 

S.Andrew 14., 

S. Mary 82. 

8. Peter 86. 

S. Paul 29. 

Trinity 43. 

All Saints 850. 

Good Shepherd 220. 

8. Andrew 61. , 

8. AngtiHtine 0.. 

8. Barnabas 215 . , 

S.John 166. 

S. Martin 58., 



Richard C. Talbot 
John Foster Kirk. 



Associate Missioners.* 

John Foster Kirk. 
Arthur B. Marsh. 
WUliam Russell McKim. 
W. P. N. J. Wharton. 

I Horace Percv Silver. 

1 Robert Northara Turner, Jr. 
Robert Northam Turner, Jr. 
Francis W. Eaaon. 
Francis Moore. 
Edward Morphy. 
George Benson Hewetson. 

Thomas Jones Mackay. 

John P. D. Llwyd. 

Associate Missioners.* 

John Williams. 
Associate Missioners.* 



. 13. 
.170., 



S.Clement 

S.Matthias 

S.Paul 27.. 

S.Philip 79.. 

Annunciation 4. . 

S.Margaret 7.. 

8. Luke 88., 

Holy Trinity 96 . 

S.Stephen 81., 

All Saints 32. 

S. John 82.. 

S.Paul 14., 

8. Luke 27. , 

Christ 14.. 

Holy Trinity 12., 



> Irving P. Johnson. 

Leslie Fenton Potter. 

Associate Missioners.* 

John Albert Williams. 

Arthur E. Marsh. 
Associate Missioners.* 
Heman B. Burgess. 
David Chesser Pattee. 
Charlee Albert Weed. 

James Charles Gairdner. 

James Charles Gairdner. 
Francis W.Eason. 
W. P. N. J. Wharton. 



* Associate Mbwion, Omaha, comprises : 8. Augustine, 8. John, S. Paul, In the city of Omaha ; 
Papilllon and Florence, In the vicinity of Omaha, served by the Rev. Lewis Thomas Wattson, 
Head ; the Rev. Charles Herbert Toang, the Rev. W. Simon Howard, and the Rev. John Foster 
Kirk. Clergy House, 1702 N. 26th St., Omaha. 

t Small stations with irregular ministrations. 



NON-PAROCHLAX. 



Brown, Charles 8. 
Goodalc, Samuel, D.D., Colnmbas. 
Lounsbury, George E., Ridgefield, Ct. 
Sparling, WUliam Heavener, Omaha. 



Wells, Walter W., Instructor, Public Schools, 
Schnyler. 

Wood, Frederick W., Instructor, Worthing- 
ton Military Academy, Lincoln. 



OFFICIATING BY PERMISSION. 



Mulligan, William Albert (Marq.), Beatrice. 
Steams, Buftis D. (Mich.), Omaha. 



Wharton, W. P. N. J. (Dul.),York. 



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HEVADA, UTAH, AKD WESTESH COLOSADO. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Note.— By action of the General Convention of 1895, the Misflion of Western Colorado was 
placed under the charge of the Bishop of Nevada and Utah, whoee title becomes Bishop of Nevada, 
Utah, and Wenteru Colorado. 

NEVADA AND UTAH. 

Population of Nevada and Utah (1890), 258,666. Area, 192,146 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Abikl Lkokabd, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1888.) Reaidenee, 444 East First 
South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Secretaru <if C^nmcatUm.—Tht Rev. W. E. Maipon, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Treasurer.~-GtOTgQ M. Scott, Salt Lake City. 

Siamliuff CotntnUlte. —The Rev. J. B. llalsey, Pres.; the Rev. W. E. Maiion, Qeoige M. Scott, 
J. H. Woodman, Sec. 



SeetoTt the Bishop. 



OHtTRCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Rowland Hall, Salt 'Lake City, Ut<t/i.—A boarding school for girls. 
Princijml, Miaa Clara Colbumc. 

S. Afark'fi HospUaL Salt Lake City, Utah.—Pres. of Board of Trusises, the Bishop. Sec. and 
T^-eas., the Rev. Lawrence B, Ridgcly. Res. Supt., the Rev. David Douglas Wallace. 

Wotnarrft Auxiliary, Diocemn Branrh, CToA.— [Organized 1884.] iV<w.. Mrs. N. P. Putnam, 
131 Somh Eighth Street, Salt Lake Citv. .Stec., Mrs. M. A. McGrath, 166 East Brigham Streei, 
Sal t Lake City. Tie f?v?. , M i 88 M 1 n n i e S cli ansenbach , Ogden . 





1» 
Nevada. 


96. 


1897. 




Utah. 


Nevada. 


Utah. 


Clergy 


6. 

"ii 

11 

"81 

63 

M8 

57 

708 

$6,892 


7 

"ii 

11 

"82 

38 

772 

50 

678 

$8,184 


8 
2 
11 
11 

226 
115 
632 
71 
885 
$19,667 


7 


Prieete Ordained 




Church Edifices 


11 


Organized Parislies and Missioiie 

Unorganized Parishes and Missionw 

Baptisms. . . 


11 
122 


Confirmed 

Communicanti* . .... , 


58 
680 


Sunday School Teachers 


48 


Sunday School Scholars , 


589 


Contnbutlons 


$11,825 







The next Annual Convocation will meet at time and place the Bishop appoints. 



THE OI.BRGT. 

THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF 8. MARK {com. 269), SALT LAKE CITY. 
The Bishop. 
Z)ean.— The Very Rev. James B. Halscy. 



Bishop^s Examinlnff Chaplaing.~~The Rev. Samael Unsworth, the Very Rev. James B. Halsey, 
Lav *- — ' • - - - -« » «" 



the Rev. Lawrence B. Ridgely, and the Rev. Thomas L. Bellam, 

1G4 



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NEVADA, UTAH, AND WESTERN COLORADO. 



165 



PAmiSHKS AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES 


AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Austin 


S.George... 
8. Stephen . . 

8. Peter 

S.Luke 

All Saints.. 

S.Paul 

S.James 

S.John 

Trinity 

Grace 

S.Paul 

S. James 


NBTADA. 


... 88.... 

... 7.... 

...116... 

... 7.... 

... 8.... 
... 4.-J.... 

... 53... 

... 30. .. 
.... 90... 

.. 8.... 

...206.... 
.... 80. . 


Richard Mercer. 


Belmont 




Carscm 


James Brown Eddie. 


Clover Valley 




Delamar, 


W. T. Snead. 


Klko 




Eureka 

Gold Hill 




Reno 


Samuel Unsworth. 


Silver City 

VliKlnla 


i George CooUdge Hunting. 
1 W. T. Snead. 


Wadsworth 


Thomas L. Bellam. 


Eureka , 


UTAH. 

8. Andrew 

Holy Spirit 

S.John 

Good Shepherd 

S.Luke 

S.Paul 

S.Paul 

S. Peter 


.... 16.... 
.... 2.... 
.... 19.... 
....178... 
.... 69.... 
... 84.... 
....102.... 
14 




Port Duchesne 


George 8. Vest. 


Logan 


Oi^en 


William E. Maison. 


Park City 


Henry Bowadaile Collier. 


Plain City 


Salt Lake City 


Lawrence B. Ridgely. 
David Douglas WaUace. 


»i 







NON.PAROCHLA.L. 



Crook, Frederick W. 

Dayis, Geoige R., Carson City, Ner. 



Holmes, J. Frederick, New York. 
Stewart, William Hamilton. 



WESTERN COLORADO. 

Limits.— 7!^ part of the State qf Oolorado which is bounded on the eatt by the counties of 
Larimer^ Boulder^ OUpin, Clear Creeks Park* Lake^ Chaffee, Sagvache^ Bio Grande, and Oon^oe. 

Population, 7S,000. Area, 88,000 sq. m. 

Secretary of Convocation.— The Rev. Hiram Bullis, Glenwood. 
Treaaurer.—The Rev. Thomas Bakes, Grand Jnnction. 
ChttnceUor.—l^oTi. R. G. Withers. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Thomas Bakes, Pres,: the Rev. Amoldns Miller, Sec. 
Lay^ B. G. Bennet, Sec; J. M. B. Parry. 



OHUROH INBTITUTION. 



Woman's Atusittaryy Diocesan Branch.- 
Junction. 


-[Organized 1896.] 


Sec., Mrs. R. 


P. Abley. Grand 


STATISnOB. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


5 

21 

98 
SI 

585 
82 

801 
$6,418 


7 


Priests Oidalned 




Church Edifices 


10 


Organized Parishes and Mlsfions ) 




Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 


.....:.: r 


21 
112 


Confirmed 




84 


Communicants 




003 


Sunday School Teachers 


84 


Sunday School Scholars 


878 


Contrinutions 


$8,515 












r)initi7Pfi hv ' 


^aOOQle 



166 



KEW HAMPSHIRE. 



[1898. 



THB OIiERGT. 

Ths Bishop. 
Archd4acon.— The Yen. O. B. Ostenson, Delta. 



PARISHES AXD IflSSIONS. 


CHUnCIUS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


OLSBGT. 


Aspen , 


Christ 




Thomas Young Annesley. 


(Eapt) 


:::;:::.:.::;:;:::: ::::i 


Breckenridge 


S. John fiaptist 

S. Luke 


31.... 

. ... SJ5.. 


Arnoldns Miller. 


Delta 


O. B. Ostenson. 


Diiraiigo , 


S.Mark 

8. Barnabas 

S. Matthew 

Oood Samaritan . . . 


180... 

as.... 

48.... 

17 




G len wood Springs .,.. . .. 


Hiram Bnllis. 


Qmud Junction 




GunniBon. 




Lake City 


S. James 

S.James 

S.Paul 

S. John 


16.... 

50.... 

28.... 

56.... 




Meeker 




Montrose . . 


Lonls Redner Dalrymple. 
Joshna N. T. Gobs. 


Ouray 


Pitkin 


S.Bartholomew 

Ascension 

S.Michael 


«.... 

«.... 

18.... 




Silverton 




Telluride 





NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Bell, Thomas. | Hodder, C. W., in Eogland. 

Bweetland, Bdward Rogers, Barrington, R. I. 



DIOCESE OF HEW HAHPSHIBE. (A.D. 1802.) 

Popnlation (1890), 876,530. Area, 9,280 sq. m. 

TuE Ht. Rbt. WnjJAM Woodruff Nilbb, D.D., LL.D., Biahop. (1870.) Btiidenee^ Concord. 

Secretary of Convention.— Ronce A. Brown, Concord. 

Treasurer.— Uerbert W. Bond, Charlestown. 

HegUirar.— George P. Cleaves, Concord. 

8tan(fU\fj CfmmUJ^e.— Clerical, the Rey. Daniel C. Roberts, D.D., Fret.; the Rer. Edward A. 
Renouf, D.D.; the Rev. Joseph H. Colt. DD. Xay, Robert J. Peaslee, Ste., Concord ; Horace A. 
Brown, and John Hatch. 

OBXJROB. INSTITUTIONS. 



Girls' Friendly Society in America.— (So diocesan officers ; fonr parochial brancbea.) 

Holderness School for Boys (P. O. Plvmouth).— Rector ^ Rev. Lorin Webster. Truttses : Pru,t 
the Bishop. Trea*.^ Josiah Carpenter, Manchester. 

S. Marvin School for GirU. Concord.— Trustees : Pre$.., the Bishop. TWcm., Bdson J. Hill, 
Concord, Principal^ Miss E. M. Montagae-Gainforth. 

8. Paul's School, Concord.— Pecfor, the Rev. Joseph H. Colt, D.D. Corporation: Pth.^ the 
BiBhop- Clerk, Rev. Joseph H. Colt, D.D. Treas., Charles P. Gardiner. Boston, Mass. 

The Ornham' Home, Concord. - [Incor. 1874.] Trustees : Pres., the Bishop. Treas. and CUrk, 
the Rev. Thomas J. Drnmm. 



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Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan J5rafMrA. —[Organized 1879-18S0.] Annoal meeting : last Wednes- 
day in October. Sec. and Treas.^ Miss Mary F. Duxbory, 179 Central Ave., Dover. 



Diocesan Paper.-—** The Chorch Ply Leaf." In charge of the Bishop. 



1885.* 



1896. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Bdiiices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorjganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commanicants 

Sanday School Teachers 

8nndav School Scholars 

Contributions 



44 


44 


8 


1 


45 


45 


88 


88 


7 


10 


381 


961 


289 


246 


3,448 


3,607 


203 


229 


1,465 


1,518 


$85,186 


$52,566 



The 98th Annoal Convention will be held in 8. Paul's Church, Concord, November 15, 1898. 

« The Convention of this Diocese not meeting till November, and consequently after Thi 
Chxjboh Almanac has gone to press, the statistics for 1896-96 are given for comparison. 



THB OI.BRGT. 

BISHOPS CHURCH, 8. PAUL {com. 882), CONCOBD. 

Jiec0r.—The Bishop. 

Vice-Sector.— The Rev. Daniel Crane Roberts, D.D. 



Bishop's Staminina Chaplains.— The Rev. Joseph H. Coit, D.D., the Rev. Daniel Crane 
Roberts, D.D., the Rev. Lucius Waterman, D.D. 

General Missionary.— The Rev. William Lloyd Himes. 



PABI8HX8 AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHIS 


AND COMMUNICANT 


S. CLSROT. 


Ashland 


S.Mark.... 
S. Barnabas. 
Nativity.... 


69 

84 


... James Thompson. 


Berlin 


. . . William Palmer Ladd. 


tBethlehem 




Chariestown 


S.Luke 

Trinity 

Union 

Grace 

Chapel of 8. 

Paul 

Trinity 

Holy Spirit . 
S.Thomas.. 

S.Peter 

Bmmannel.. 

8. John 

Holy Cross . 
S.Philip.... 

Christ 

8. Matthew . 
8. Thomas.. 


62 

198 

48 

46 

Peter and S. 1 1^ 

;!!;;;;!!;!!';';28i 

96 

1^!!!!!!!!!;;!!! 24 

6 

16 

74 

22 

52 




Claremont 


. . . James B. Qoodrich. 


*' (West) 


. . . Joseph A. TIcknor. 
. . . Charles Reuben Bailey. 

... Joseph Howland Colt, D.D. 

. . . Joseph A. Ticknor. 


Concord (East) 

" (8. Paul's School).] 
Cornish 


tDanbury 


Dover 


. . . Ithamar W. Beard. 


DrewsvUle 

tDublin 

Dunbarton 


. . . David L. San ford.* 
... Reuben Kidner* 

• • [fidward Melville Parker. 


Bast Weare 


Bpping ,., 




Bzeter 


. . . Edward Ooodridge, D.D. 


Qoffstown 


... Henry E. Cooke. 


Hanover 


. . . George P. Huntington, D.D. 



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PARI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 


CUUBOHBS AKD COMMUHICANTS. 


OLEROT. 


Holdemess 


Chapel of Holy Cross 

S. Peter^s in the Mount . . 

S. Andrew 

Holy Angels 


... 88.... 
'.*.; 19.'.!! 


Lorin Webster. 


t '* (East) 

Hopkinton 


Thomas J. Drumm. 


Hadson 


James Goodwin. 


t Jeff erson 


Holy Trinity 

8. James 

S. James *. 

S.Paul 

S. Andrew 

AJl Saints 


'.■.!i48!!;! 

... 49.... 
...128.... 
... 11.... 
...115.... 


T. Gardiner Uttell, D.D.* 


Keene 


Octavius Applegate, Jr. 


Laconia 


Lucius Waterman, D.D. 


Lancaster 


Joseph Bames. 


Lebanon 


George P. Huntington, D.D. 
Edgar Foster DaVis. 


Littleton 


Lost Nation . . i 


S.Timothy 

Qrace 


..4fW.-- 


Joseph Bames. 


Manchester . 


i Henry E. Cooke. 

< E. Jay Cooke. 

j Alfred Arthur V. Bennington. 


Milford 




Nashna 


Good Shepherd 

Christ 

S.Manr 

S. Stephen 

S.John 

Christ 

S. Andrew 

Christ 

S. John Baptist 


.. 817.... 
... 68.... 
... 84.... 

!!!22o!!!! 

...115.... 

!!! m!!!! 

... 49 


!■ James Goodwin. 


North Conway 


William Greer. 


Penacook 


Charles Reuben Bailey. 
Howard Fremont Hill, D.D.* 


Pittsfleld .' 


Portsmouth 

tRye Beach .................. 


Henry Emerson Hovey. 
Charles Le V. Brine. 


Salmon Falls 


Artemas AUerton Mnrch. 


Sanbomville 


Charles Bancroft. 


tSugarHill 

Tilion 


S.Maithew 

Trinity 

Transfiguration 

S.Luke 


!!!i«o!!.! 

... 87.... 
... 77.... 


John D. GillUand. 


Whitelleld 




Woodsville 


James C. Flanders. 







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NONPAROCHIAL. 



Baily, William Newbold, Manchester. 

Brinley, Godfrey Malbone, Master, S. Paul's 
School. Concord. 

Colt, Charles Wheeler, Master, S. Paul's 
School, Concord. 

Conover, James Potter, Master, S. Paul's 
School, Concord. 

Dow, Richard WUliam, Wakefield. 

Feignson, Robert Henry, Hanover, N. H. 

Hale, Charles Stuart. Claremont. 

Hardy, Anthony Colby, Concord. 



Haigate, John, Master, S. PauPs School, 
Concord. 

Home, Charles Albert. 

Jenks, Arthur Whipple, Professor, Nasho- 
Uh, Wis. 

Lay, George William, Master, S. Paul's 
School, Concora. 

MacMaster, WUliam Bell. 

Morrill, Charles A., Portsmouth. 

Renonf, Edward A., D.D., R. Em., of Drews- 
vllle. P. O., Keene. 

Smith, William B. Tyng, Charlestown. 



DIOCESE OF NEW JEBSET. (A.D. 1786.) 

Lium.—The counties of the State (tf New Jersey known as Atlantic, Burlington^ Camden^ 
Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon^ Mercer^ Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Salem^ 
Somerset, and Union, except the townsMp qf Summit. 

Population a890), 645,000. Area, 6,6» sq. m. 

Thk Rt. Rbv. John Scarborough, D.D., Bishop. (1876.) Residence, Trenton. 

Secretary qf G(mvention.^The Rev. Elvin Eeyser Smith, Lambertville. 

Reffistrar.— The Rev. James H. Lamb, D.D., Philadelphia. 

7V«WMrcr.— Oharies B. Merritt, Mount Holly. 

Chancellor.— B. F. Haywood Shreve, Camden. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Alfred Brittin Baker, D.D., Pres. ; the Rev. Charies 
M. Perkins, Sec^' the Rev. Henry H. Oberiy, the Rev. Richard G. Moses. Lav, Richard S. 
Conover, J. B. Woodward, Edward R. Shnbrick, Howard Richards. ^ I 



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OHUROH INSTTTUTIONS. 

Burlington Academy^ Burlington.— Head Master^ tlie Rey. Charles B. O. Nichols. 

Church HofM^ South Ambojf.—An institation for girls, under the charge of the Sisters -of 
S. John the Baptist, 888 B. 17th St., New York. 

Oirlt^ Friendly Society in ^itmH^.— (Sixteen branches.) Pres.. Mrs. Thomas Roberta, 
Riverton, N. J. Sec, Miss Sara Harlan, Salem, N. J. Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. 
A. B. Stevens, Riverton, N. J. 

S. J^n'sSmiary Academy, \ Baddoi^eld.- Hector . the Rev. Theophilns M. ReUly. 
S. Mary's Hail, Burlington.— Pres., the Bishop. Principal, Miss C. Titcomb.- 
School of the Good Shepherd, 508 First Ave., Asbury Park.— In charge of the Sisters of the 
Good Shepherd. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Dioeesan J9rar}<;A.— [Organized January. 1876.] Annual meeting : last 
Wednesday in April. Pres., Mrs. S. A. Clark, 641 Pearl St., Elizabeth. Sec., Mrs. Charles J. Tag- 
gart, Plainlleld. Treas., Miss Isabel Tweedy, 125 Crescent Ave., Plainfleld. 



STATISTICS. 


1896, 


1897. 


Clergy 


106 

"iss 

146 

1,478 

1,066 

16,167 

1,888 

10,996 

8 

114 

$874,418 


118 


Priests Ordained 


3 


Church BdlUces 


140 


Organized Parishes and Missions * 




Unorganized Parishes and Missions f 

Baptisms 


1,768 
1,010 

15,918 
1,411 

11,640 


Confirmed 


Communicants 


Sunday School Teachers 


Sunday School Scholars 


Parish School Teachers , 




Parish School Scholars '. 


68 


Contributions 


$879,829 





The 186th Convention will be held in S. Mary's Church, Burlington, on May 8, at 10.30 a.m. 



THE OLBRaT. 

Ths Bishop. 

Bishop*s Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. John P. Penton, the Rey. R. Bowden Shepherd, 
the Rev. James Frederic Olmsted, the Rev. Alexander J. Miller, the Rev. Blii>ha Brooks Joyce, 
the Rev. Edward J. Knight. 

Rural /)«am?.— Burlington : The Rev. Charles M. Perkins ; New Brunswick : The Rev. Alfred 
Brittin Baker, D.D. 



PARISHVS AND MISSIONS. 


CHimCHVS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


cLKBar. 


Alexandria 


S.Thomas 


Associate Mission. 


AllaUre 


Christ Church 


35... 


WUliam Edgar Wright. 
Associate Ifisslon. 
Alexander J. Miller. 


Allentown 

Asbury Park 


Christ 

Trinity 

Ascension 

S.James 

S. John 


11.... 

. ...804.... 
... .808.... 


Atlantic City 


John Hardenbrook Townsend 


ii 4i 


William W. Blatchford. 


Avon by the Sea (sum> chapM) 


Robert F. Innes. 


Basking Ridge 


S.Mark 


85... 


Joseph Cooper Hall. 
Geoi^e M. ChrisUan, D.D.* 
James H. Lamb, D.D. 


BayHwd ^ .;:.;::.. 


AllSaints 

Holy Innocents 


Beach Haven (summer chapel) 
Belmar 


The Holy Apostles.... 




Beverly 


S.Stephen 

Christ 


... .846... 
..178 . 


Charles B.Bettlcher. 




Robert E. Campbell. 


Bound Brook 

Bridgeton 


S.Paul 

S.Andrew 

Holy Innocents 


. ... 88.... 

117... 

68.... 


Arthur Sautforti Piielps. 
Charles Gilbert Hannah. 


Burlington (S. Mary's Hall). . . 


Aionzo Cushman Stewart. 



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PAIOSHSS AND MISSIONS. 



Burlington. 



Camden (Broadway & Viola). 

(744 Chestnut St.)... 

*' (Point A York 8t««.). 

'* (Broadway & Roy- 1 

den) ) 

*' (Markst St. aboYS ( 

Fourth) s 

" (Cooper and 10th I 

sts.) r 

Chew's Landlug 

Clarksboro' 

Coleetown 

Collinsswood , . 

ColumDUB 

Connecticut Farms , 

Cranford 

Croeswtckt) 

Delair 

Dunellen 

Eatontown 

Elizabeth (Scott PI. & East 

Jersey St.) 

** (East Jersey St. 

n. Fourth St.).. 
*' (Division St. n. » 

East Jersey St.) ( 
" (Broad St. bet. B. ) 

Jersey A Wash- > 

ington Sts.).... ) 
(Firnt Ave. &I 

Christine St.).. f 
*' (No. Broad St. & [ 

Chestnut St.).. t 

Elmer 

Ernston 

Fairhaven 

Fairview 

Flemington 

Florence 

Freehold 

Gibbsboro' 

Glassboro' 

Gloucester City 

Haddonfleld 

Hammonton 

Helmetta 

Hightstown 

Kevport 

Lakewood 

Lambertville 

Linden , 

Little Silver 

Long Branch 

Lumoerton 

Mantua 



OHUBOHBS AND OOMM17NIOANT8. 



S. Barnabas IfiO.. 

S.Mary 478.. 

Onr Saviour 107 . , 

S. Augustine 45.. 

8. James 

S. John 68a.. 

S.Paul 083 , 

S. Stephen 

S.John 68.. 

Peter 58.. 

S.Mary 

HolyTrlnity 45.. 

S. Luke 8.. 

8. Luke «8.. 

Trinity 97.. 

Grace 58.. 

Holy Trinity 28.. 

Holy Innocents 44. , 

S.James 86. 

Christ 677., 



Grace. 



.440.. 



8. Andrew. 



S.John 1.168. 

S.Paul , 

Trinity 880. 



Maple Shade 

Matawan , 

Medf ord 

Merchantvillc , 

Metnchcn , 

Middletown 

Millville 

Monmouth Beach. 

Moorestown 

Mount Holly 



Good Shepherd 

Holy Communion 40. . 

Trinity 55.. 

Calvary 28 . 

S.Stephen 41 . 

S.Peter 122.. 

8. John in the Wilderness . . 71 . . 

S.Thomas 

Ascension 50. . 

Grace 174 . 

S.Mark 88.. 

S. (ieorge 80.. 

Trinity 11 . 

S.Mary 

AllSaints 97 . 

S. Andrew l.'>4.. 

Grace 30.. 

S.John 44.. 

S. James 291 . . 

S. Martin In the Fields 27. . 

8. Barnabas 

8. John 10. . 

Trinity 49.. 

8. Peter 11.. 

Grace 188 . 

S.Luke 144.. 

Christ 21.. 

Christ 58. 

S.Peter , 

Trinltar 146. 

S.Andrew 964., 

Trinity 288,, 



George W. Harrod. 
) James Frederic Olmeied. 
) Alonao Cusbnuin Stewart 
Edward Robert. Baxter. 
Eugene Leo Henderson. 
Howard 8toy. 

Gilbert Rnmsey Underbill. 

I Richard A. Rodrick. 
I Howard Stoy. 

Howard Stoy. 

Thomas H. Gordon. 
Jesse Y. Burk. 
Ricliard George Moses. 
Owen John Davies. 
Roberts. Canipbell. 
W. H. Wyatt-Haunalh. 
John Edgecumbe. 
Associate Mission. 

Arthnr Sautford Phelps. 
Robert T. Roche. D.D. 

j Henry H. Oberly. 

} Richard Bayley Post 

Henry Hale Sleeper. 



I Otis A. Glazebrook. D.D 
■ Norman Van Pelt Levis. 

\ Henry H. Oberly. 
) Richard Bayley Post. 

John Robert Atkinson. 

Henry M. P. Pearse. 
F. B. Crozier. 
Peter Wilson Stryker. 
Associate Mission. 
William H. Burbank. 
William Rdgsr Wright. 
Thomas F. Ifilby. 
Charles W. Boyd. 
Aubrey F. T«»drig. 
Owen John Davies. 
Evelyn Pierrepont Bartow. 
John A. Trimmer. 
Henry L. Phillips. 
Reginald Heber Woodward. 
D. L. Schwartz, D.D. 
Herbert Siaulfv Smith. 
Associstc Misblon. 
F. B. Crozier. 
Hibbert Henry P. Roche. 
Martin Aisner. 
Henry Qrattan Guinness Yiik- 
cent. 
Richard George Moses. 
Associate Mission. 
J. Franklin Long. 
Richard George Moses. 
Clarence Manning Dunham. 
Joseph P. Taylor, D.D. 
Hubert M. Johnson. 

John F. Fenton. 

Martin Aigne^QoOgle 



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FARI9HV8 AND JflSfllONP. 



CUUBCHBS AKD COMXUlflCAKTS. 



MallicaHlU 

Navemnk 

New Branswlck. 



Ocean City.... 

Palmyra 

Panlsboro*. . . . 
PembertoD.... 
Penn'8 Neck . 
Perth Amboy. 



Piscataway . 
Plainfleld... 



(Bvona) , 

(North) 

(Netherwood) . 



Point Pleasant 

Princeton 

Rah way 

" (Upper) 

Rancocas 

Red Bank 

Rivereide 

Riverton 

Rocky Hill 

Roseile 

Ramaon Neck 

Salem 

Sand Hills 

Scotch Plains (Funwood). . 

Sewaren 

Shedakers 

Shrewsbary 

Somerville 

Soath Amboy 



S.Stephen 7. 

AU Saints 100. 

Christ 384. 



S. John Evangelist 189 

Holy Trinity 

Christ , 



S. James. 

Grace 

S. George . . 
S. Perer ... 
Holy Croes. 



lOS. 

42. 

23. 

2<). 
160. 



Sonth River 

South Vineland 

Spotswood 

Spring Lake 

Stockton (Cramer Hill) 

Swedesborongh 

Toms River 

Trenton (Cadwalader Place). . 

" (ror. Hamilton A v. j 

& Whittaker Av.)( 

•' (cor. North Clin- j 

ton A Sherman)., j* 

»* (Warren St. n. Perry) 

" (Centre St. n. Bridge) 

*• (Academy St. near t 

Broad) f 

Vincentown 

Vineland 

Watferf ord 

Westfleld 

Woodbridge 

Woodbury 



S. James. 

Grace 428 

Heavenly Rest 81 . 

Holv Croes 2^i 

8. Stephen iw. 

The Redeemer 14SK 

S. Mary ]0. 

Trinity 200 

S. Paul 801. 

Holy Comforter 45. 

S.Peter h. 

Trinity 175. 

S. Stephen 62. 

Christ Iffi 

Trinity 18 

S. Luke 150. 

S.George 53 

S. John 160. 

S. Barnabas 82. , 

All Saints fill. 

S.John 80., 

Our Redeemer 13.. 

Christ 6.') 

S.John 1<»7. 

Christ I .,, 

The Bishop DoaneMemM. f*i- 

Holy Trinity 66.. 

Christ 27.. 

S. Peter 12o . 

Holy Trinity 

S.Wilfrid 08.. 

Trinity 112 . 

Christ 67.. 

AllSaints 

Christ 82*2.. 

Grace 831.. 

S.Michael 4U . 



S. Paul . 



.161. 



Trinity 82V 

Trinity 8i 

Trinity 28s 

Christ 21. 

S. Paul lOH 

Trinity €J 

Chrirti 2lH. 



Ilenrj' G rat tan QuiuDesu Vincent 
John Crary Lord. 
EJislia Brooks Joyce. 

» Charles* Edward Phelps. 

) William Dutton Dale. 

Marl in Aigner. 

Robert (i. Hnmiltoii. 

Henry Grattan Guinness Vincent 

J. Franklin Long. 

Charles M . Perk In e. 

James L. Lancaster. 

Frcfierick H. Post.* 

Eliflha Brookp Joyce. 

j Ernkiuc M. Rodman. 

( Floyd Applcton. 

T. Logan Murphv. 
Stephen Price Simpson. 

Associate Mission. 
Alfred Brittin Baker, D.D. 
Koderick Provost Cobb. 
Associate Mlsinion. 
Peter Wilstm Stryker. 
Robert Macl\.cllar. 
I'eter Wilson Sinker. 
R. Bowden Shepficrd. 
.\?i^ociate Mission. 
W. H. Wyatt-nannath. 
F. B. Cro/Jcr. 
Charles M. Perkins. 
Associate Mission. 
Edward H. True. 
Associate MiB.'^ion. 
Peter Wtlt<on Stryker. 
Benjamin Franklin, D.D. 
Harrison Bald\vln Wright. 

Henry M. P. Pearse. 

Ralph T. Jefferson. 
Hubert M. Johnson. 
Augustine Williams Cornell. 

Roland Ringwalt. 
Jesse y. Burk. 
Frederic (i reaves. 
Ai5sociatc M lesion. 

Etlward Jennings K night. 

Milton A. Craft, 

W. Strother Jones, D.D. 
J. McAlpiu Harding. 

Charles Carroll Edmtmds. 

J, Franklin Long. 
Charles A. BrewPter. 
Evelyn P. Bartow. 
Charles Fisk. 

Abram Lin wood Urban, 



Conover, HThomas Anderson. 
Pratt, Nathan Tolles.* 
Pray, Stephen A. W. 



ASSOCIATE MISSION. 
(Headquarters at Trenton.) 

I Ward, Samuel. 
Wood, Robert E. 



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NONPAROCHIAL. 



Avery, William H., Vineland. 

Badger, William Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bradley, Gordon Moses, Marietta. Ga. 

Canfleld, Fraiiciy Dayton, Mount Airy, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 

Chetwood, F. B.. New York. 

Cullen, Thomas H., Philadelphia. 

Duncan, Henry Erskine. D.D., New York. 

Fergnstm. J. Dudley. Chaplain, New Jersey 
Soldiers' Home, Plainfield. 

Flake, Charles C, New York. 

Fugette. Janien Preston, Baltimore. 

Gates, Georjre W., Camden. 

Harris, William K., Bound Brook. 

JamiesoD, James. 

Jennings, Joseph Bernard, Verbank, N. Y. 

Johnwtone, Jocelyn. 

Knaaff, Christopher W., Flashing, N. Y. 

Lamb, Jamea H., D.D., Financial Secretary 



Clergymen's Helief Fund Society, Church 
House, 12th and Walnut St«., Philadelphia. 

I..ewiB, LoDia K., Philadelphia. 

Llghthipe, Lewia H., S. Jacksonville, Fla. 

McKlm, Jr., Haelett, D.D., New York. 

Matthews, John R., Chaplain, U. S. Navy, 
New York. 

M array, Oastavus M.. Haddonfleld. 

NichoIIs, Charles E. 0., Head Master, Bur- 
lington. 

Norton. Levi Warren, Jamestown, N. Y. 

Otis, WUUam B., Clifton, Virginia. 

Phelps, Benjamin R.. Brentwood, N. J. 

Reilfy, Edward M.. Haddonfleld. 

Reilly, Theophilns M., Chaplain, S. John's 
School, Haddonfleld. 

Smith, Elvin Kejs«r, Rector Emcritns, Lam- 
bertvllle. 

Westermann, Charles. 



IfEW IIEXICO. 

(WITH TEXAS WEST OF THE PECOS RIVER.) 
MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

hiuiTB.— The Territoi-y of Xeiv Mexico and the following counties in the State qf Texas lying 
to thf tc^ift of the Pecos lUver : El Pam^ Beeves ^ Jeff Ikivis, Presidio^ Foley ^ Buchel^ and Pecos, 
Population (1890), 144,862. Area, 122,460 sq. m. 

Note.— Although the wording of the resolation of the General Convention of 1805 did not In- 
clude Brewster County in the transfer, yet the county is evidently meant to be within the juris- 
diction of New Mexico. 

The Rt. Rbv. John Mills Ksndbick, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (188B.) Residence^ Phoenix, 
Arizona. 

Secret art/ awl Registrar.—'Vhc Rev. Frederick Bennett, Albuquerque. 

7V«o*w;f r.— RufuH J. Palen, SniU*F6. 

ChanctUor.—Thc Hon. L. Bradford Prince, Santa P6. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Edward S. Cross, Pres. Lay, L.Bradford Prince, 
Sec, Santa F6 ; William S. Harroun, M.D. 

OHUROH INSTITUTION. 

WomatCs AuxUiart/r Diocesan J5rart<;A.— [Organized April, 1884.] Sec.^ Mrs. Ellen S. Palen, 
Santa F6. 



IHocesan Paper.—'' The New Mexico and Arizona Quarterly.*' Editor, the Bishop. 


8TATI8TIC8. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy (Bishop excepted) 


9 
S 

10 

14. 

4 

136 

75 

743 

61 

490 

$10,835 


11 


Priests Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 


11 


Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


14 
2 


Baptisms 

Confirmed 


110 
69 


Conununicants 


786 


Su ndav School Teachers 


78 


Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 


565 
$9,868 



The 6th Annual Convocation will be held in S. Clement's Church, £1 Paso, Texas, on May 13. 



THB OLBRGT. 

Toe Bishop. 
Bishop's ExamlHing Chaplains.'-The Rev. Mayo Cabell Martin, the Rev. George Selby. 
General Missionary,— The Rev. Edward S. Cross. 

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PABISHBS AND MISSIONS. 



CHXTBCHES AKD COMMUNIOANTS. 



Alboqaerqne 

Deming 

Eddy 



BlPaso. 



Fort Davis , 

OaJlup 

Hiilsboro 

Las Graces and MesUla. . 

Las Vegas 

Marfa 

Pecos 

Roswell 

SanMarcial 

Santa F6 , 

Sflver City 

-Socorro 



8. John 105. 

S.Luke 15., 

Grace 48., 

S. Clement .218. , 



Holy Spirit. . 
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80. 



Chr 

S. James 90. 

S. Paul 61 . 

S. Paul 12. 

S.Mark 8. 

S.Andrew 20. 

Christ 12. 

Holy Faith 60. 

Good Shepherd 56. 

Epiphany 88. 



Frederick Bennett. 

Uriah Tracy Tracy. 
1 Mayo Cabell Martin. 
< Btbelbert Henr[ J. Andrews. 
( George Henry Higgins. 

Joseph Manuel, 
j^ Edward S. Cross. 
George Selby. 



Uriah Tracy Tracy. 
Edward S. Cross. 
JohnL. Gay.* 

Edward 8. Cross. 



* Officiating by license. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Branch, BH>ti8t Noel, City of Mexico, I Forrester, Henry, Apartado 490, City of 
Mexico. Mexico, Mexico. 

I Moreno, Manuel F., City of Mexico, Mexico. 



DIOCESE OF HEW TOBE. (AD. 1785.) 

LufiTs.— 7^ counties of New York, Dutchesf,Or(mge, PiUnam, Richmond, Rockland, Sul- 
livan, Ulster, and Westchester, in the State qf New York. 



Population (1890), 2,057,006. 



Area, 5,500 sq. m. 

(1888.) 



TmB Kt. Rbv. HimiT Codk an Potter, D.D., LL.D., Bishop 
Place. Residence, 10 Washington Square North, New York. 

Secretary of Convention.— The Rev. Thomas Robinson Harris, D.D. 
New York. Residence, Scarborough. 



Office, 29 Lafiayette 
Office, 29 Lafayette Place, 



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Treasurer qf the Convention. —James Pott, 285 Fourth Avenue, New York. 
Reglstrar.^The Rey. Geoige Francis Nelson, D.D., 20 Lafayette Place. 

Standina Oommittee.— Clerical, the Rev. Morgan Dix, H.J).^ D.C.L., Pres. ; the Rey. Octavins 

S legate, D.D., the Rev. Thomas Robinson Harris, D.D., Sec. ; the Rev. Jacob S. Shipman. 
. Lay, Stephen P. Nash, George Macculloch Miller, S. Nicholson Kane, Herman C. Von Post, 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 



All Saints' Home, Priory Farm, Verbank, N. y.— For convalescents, chronic cases, aged men, 
and private patients. Supt., Brother Gilbert. Sec., Donald McLean. TYeas., Richard Stevi^ns, 
Castle Point, Hoboken, N. J. 

Church Club qf New York, 678 Fifth Avenue.— \ltxcoT. 1898.] For the promotion of social 
intercourse, literary and historical study of the hUtory and doctrines of the Church, and to main- 
tain a library and readin(r-room. Officers elected April 28, 1897, to serve for one year. Pres., 
William Bispham. See., John H. Cole, 85 Wall Street. Treas., E. R. Satteriee, 62 William Street. 

ColumMa University.— (See Educational Institutions, p. 49.) 

Eighth Ward Mission, 89 Charlton Street.— [Founded 1877.] Supt., Miss Mary Laldlaw Proud- 
foot. Treas., James Pott, 286 Fourth Avenue. 



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" OaUaudet Home for Deaf-MuteSy'^'* I^ghkeepHe.—Thls Home fonns a department of "The 
Church Mission to Deaf-Mutes,*^ Incorporated in 187S. The domestic department is entrosted to a 
board of lady managers. Mrs. C. M. Nelson, Prea.; Miss B. P. Nelson, Treas.y 83 Cannon Street, 
Pons^hkeepsie, N.T. This Home Is founded for the aged and infirm deaf-mutes of the State of New 
Tork, and is supported by charitable contributions. 

General TheologiccU Seminary^ Chelsea Square,— {See p. 47.) 

Girls^ Friendly Society of the Diocese of New For*.— (Twenty-eight parochial branches.) 
Pres., Miss E. H. Wisner, 18 W. 12th Street, New York. Sec, Miss Abbott, East Chester Road, 
Westchester, New York City. Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. J. S. Day, G. P. S. Reg- 
istry Office, 12 W. 11th Street. Holiday House, Cold Spring Harbor. 

Grace Hospital (comprising the House of Simeon, House of Anna, and the House of the Holy 
Child): a Home for Old Men, Old Women, and a Temporary Home for Little Children (414 B. lith 
Street).— House Mother, Mrs. A. Wadlelgh. 

Grace Memorial House. The Day Nursery, W Fourth Avenue,— Urs. George B. Gardner, 
House Mother. 

Guild of S. Elizabeth.— Free., Mrs. S. B. Nelson. See., Miss Anna A. Curtis. Treas., Mrs.* 
Beekman de Pcyster, 101 W. Slst Street. 

Home and School for Little Girls, under the care of the Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd, 417 
and il9 W. Idth Street. 

Home for Incurables, Fordham.—\lncoT. 1868.1 Provides a home for that large cla^s of suf- 
ferers whose diseases are pronounced incurable, and whose refinement, edncation. social position, 
and religious character debar them from the public institutions. Pres., Martin £. Greene. Sec., 
H. M. McLaren. Treas., George Sherman, 64 Wall Street. Medical Superintendent, Israel C. 
Jonei?, M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. Alfred James Derbyshire. 

Home for Old Men and Aged Couples, Amsterdam Avenue and llfUh Street.— \lneor. 1872.] 
Provides a home for those who, having been tn comfortable circumstances, through misfortune 
find themselves in their old age without means of support. Visitor, ex officio, the Bishop. Pres., 
Hermann H. Cammann. lYeas., Henry C. Swords, 80 Nassau Street. Sec., Lyman Rhoades, 
120 Broadway. 

''House of the Annunciation for CHppled and IncuralOe Children,'' 618 W. 152d /^fiw/.— Re- 
ceives destiiute incurable and crippled girls from four to fourteen years of age. TVeas., Mother 
Francesca, Sisters of the Annunciation, 6^8 W. 152d Street. S. MiMobeth's House, Riverbank, Ct., 
is the summer home of the Sisterhood. 

*■' House qf the Holy Comforter: Free Church Horns for Incurables,"' 149 Second Avenue.— 
[Incor. 1880.] A free home for Protestant women and girls suffering from an incurable disease, 
who are without means of support and cannot be received into other institntlons. Visitor, the 
Biohop. Pres., the Rev. WilUam H. Vibbert, D.D. Sec., S. W. Dexter, 71 Wall Street. Treas., 
Beverly Chew, 37 Wall Street. House Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur Mason. 

Italian Mission.— Pris., the Bishop. Sec. and Treas., Charles P. Ball, 82 Nassau Street. Asst. 
Treas., T. V. Boynton, 88 Bleecker Street. 

''Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children intheCUyqf New York,'' 17 and 19 E. tilth 
Street.— Vnder the charge of the Sisters of S. Mary. 

Loomis Hospital and Dispensary, 2aO W. 98th Street.— \lncoT. 1894.] Free treatment of diseases 
of the lungs, nose, and throat. Sanitarium at Liberty, N. Y. Pres., Mrs. Richard Irvln. Sec, 
Mrs. William Casey. Treas., Mrs. Alfred L. Loomis, 68 E. 84th Street. 

" Midnight Mission," Mmnaroneck, N. Y. PeceptUm Booms, 87 E. IWA Street, New York.— 
[Incor. 1868] Pres., Charles K. Henderson, 64 Cedar Street. Sec, R. S. Holt, 96 Broad Street. 
Treas., Louis Mesier, 26 Pine Street. Chaplain, the Rev. 

Nazareth Industrial School, Bronxville.—An industrial training school for young girls, under 
the charge of the Sisters of S. Joseph of Nazareth. 

Neio York Inmiigi-anis' Port Chaplaincy qf the Protestant Episcopal Church.— Chaplain, the 
Rev. William A. Dalton. 

Neio York Protestant Episcopal CUy Mission Socisty.—ni\coT. 1888.1 ^Pres.. ^ officio, the 
Bishop. Supt., the Rev. George Francis Nelson, D.D. Sec, Charles P. Bull, Mutual Life Building. 
Om. Agent, the Rev. Brockholst Morgan, 38 Bleecker Street. Treas., T. V. Bovnton, 88 Bleecker 
Street. Chapels and Mission Houses of the Society : Ciiapel of the Messiah, 8. Ambrose's Church, 
Church of San Salvatore (Italian). 8. Bamabas's Chapel, Chapel of God's Providence Mission, 
Chapel of Christ the Consoler (Bellevoe Hospital), Chapel of the Good Shepherd (Blackwell's 
Inland), S. Bamabas's House, 804-306 Mulberry Street ; God's Providence Mission, 830-882 Broome 
Street. Clergy House, 88 Bleecker Street. 

" Orphans' Home and Asylum of the Protestant Episcopal Church," Lexington Avenue and 
49fh Street.— {Incor. 1859.] Summer Home, Woodsburg, L. I. Treas., Mrs. B. A. Packer. Sec, 
Mrn. William Powell. One hundred and twenty-seven children in the Home. Children received 
between the ages of 3 and 8 years. ^ j 

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Pwbody Bourn for Ag^ <md Indigent Womer^ 8064 Boeton Avenue^ cor. Cloeer Street, New 
York.— A. free and fiiuectarian home for ased women who, from want of means, caunot obtain ad- 
misaion into other inslitations of similar cEaracter. Prts., Rer. B. Walpole Warren, D.D. See., 
Robert T. Hebden, 69 Wall Street. Treat., J. Corlies Lawrence, 158 Broadway. 

Protestant EpUcopal Church Missionary Society for Seamen, in the City and Port qfyew 
yont— Sustains Floating Church of Our Saviour, foot of Pike Street, Baet Kiver ; Church of the 
Holy Oon^orterfor Sailors, 841 West Street, North River ; Open- Air Services on Pier 6, East River, 
for boatmen ; with Mission and Reading Rooms at SI Coenties Slip, 84 Pilce Street, and 841 West 
Street ; and Sailors' Home, 69 Marlcet Street. Pres., the Bishop. Cor. Sec., A. T. Mahan, Capt. U. 
S. N. (reUred), 160 W. 86th Street. Bee. See., F. T. Warbarton, 68 Wall Street. Treas., John 
Jewell Smith, 77 W. Houston Street. 

*"" Protestant Episcopal Society for Promoting Religion <md Learning in the State of New 
For*."— [Incor. 1889.] Pres., the filehop. Sec., the Rev. P. A. H. Brown, H.H. Treas., William 
Hari«>n, ^ William Street, New York. 

8. Andrew^s Convalescent Hospital for Women, 218 E. 17th Street.— XJuder charge of S. John 
Baptist Sisterhood. 

**S. Andrew* t Infirmary for Womsn,^'' 87 W. 1«6<* Street.— Treas., Donald McLean, 170 
Broadway. 

S. Austin's Military School, West New Brighton.— Patron, the Bishop. Bector, the Rev. George 
Emerson Quaile. 

'* S. Bartholomew's Loan Association qfNew York City," 211 E. A%d Street, New York.— Pres., 
the Rev. David H. Greer, T>.T>. Treas., Lawrence Greer. Manager, William E. Allen. 

8. OabrieTs School, PeekskUl.—A school for girls, onder the charge of the Sisters of S. Mary, 
New Yorlc Address Sister In charge. 

S. Helena's Home (SisUrs qf S. John BaptUt), W^B.Wi Street. 

S. John Baptist School (Jor Oirls), 281 E. 17lh Street. 

S. John's Home, St. John's, Bockland County (for Boys).— Matron, Mrs. Cary. 

8. Luke's Home and Hospital qfNewburg and New Windsor.— Supt., Miss Sackett. 

8. Luke's Hems for Indigent ChtHsHiM Females, S9th Street and Madison Avenue.— \lncor. 1854.] 
Pres., the Bishop. Th'eas., John H. Caswell, 87 Front Street. Sec, Hiirold F. Hadden, 856 Broad- 
way. Board qf Associate Managers: Sec., Miss Jessie Yoonff. Treas., Mn*. Morri«» Wilkins. Jr., 
67 w. 88th Street. Accommodates sixty inmates, who must be not less than sixty years of age 
and members of a church represented in the Board. 

"A Luke's Hospital," New Fort.— [Founded 1850.] Officers: Pres., George Maccnlloch 
Miller. Treas., Gordon Norrie, 41 Wall Street. Pastor and Supt., the Rev. George S. Baker, 
D.D. Assistant Pastor and Superintendent, the Rev. George F. Clover. Chaj^n, the Rev. 
Charles Blisha Freeman. Vice-Presidents. Samuel D. Babcock and Cornelius Vanderbilt. Sec., J. 
Pierpont Morgan, Jr., Drexel Building, Wall Street. The Hospital now occupies its new build- 
ings on Cathedral Heights, 118th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. 

S.Maru'sFree Hospital for C7AiWren, 405-411 W. 84^ ^^n?*^.— fFoundetl 1870.1 FW/or, the 
Bishop. Treas., Sister Catharine. And in connection with It S. Mary's Summer Hospital, Nor- 
walk, Ct.; '^The Noyes Memorial Home," Peeksklll, N. Y.,and the Wilkes Dispensary, 486 and 
487 Ninth Avenue, New York.— Under the charge of the Sisters of S. Mary. 

8. Mary*s School, 6 and 8 E. 4WA 5'^r«^— [Est. 1868.] A school for girls, under the charge of 
the Sisters of S. Mary, New York. Address the Sister In charge. 

8. Michaels Home, Mamaroneck.—Ch\e(Lj for young and hopeful cases, to whom all kinds of 
embroidery and fine needlework are taught. 

8. PauTs Training School for Boys, Verbank, N. y.— Conducted by the Brothers of Nasareth. 

S. Stephen's College, Annandale.—{See Educational Instinitions, p. 51.) 

School of the Sisters of the Church (a Church Boarding and Day School for Oirls), 6 and 8 E. 
68d ^^rsc^.— Address the Sister in charge. 

*' Shelter for Respectable GirU," 941 W, 14th Street.— h home where girls can obtain board 
and be helped to secure suitable situations. Pres., the Rev. Geoige S. Baker, D.D. Sec, Hoff- 
man Miller. Treas. and Sister in Charge, Sister Catherine. 

" Soeisty of 8. Martha " {S. Martha's Home), Bronj^ville.—[lncor. 1888.] An industrial training 
home for children and yonng girls of good character, but whose manual training has been neglected. 
Pres., the Rev. Arthur Ritchie. TYeas., Mother Elizabeth, Sisters of S. Joseph of Nazareth. 

*• The Children's Fold." Boys' Cottaqes, Mt. Mintnrn, Elm^ord, N. Y. Oirls' House and 
Office, 16WA Street, W. of St. Nicholas Avenue, Neto For*.— [Incor. 1871.1 Receives and educates 
destitute children of both sexes. Pres., James Pott, )t85 Fourth Avenue. Sec^ Charlet B. Meyer, 99 
Cedar Street. Treas., Henry J. Camnumn, 809 W. 71st Street. 



176 NEW YORK. [1898. 

** Ths Church Mltiion io Deqf-Muteiy—llncoT. 1872.1 Promotes Che temporal and spintaal 
welfare of deaf-mates throaghoat the dioceses of New York, Long Island, and Newark. Pres., 
the Bishop. Sec.. A. L. Willis. Treat.y William Jewett, 89 Grand Street. General Manager, the 
itev. Thomas Gallaadet. D . D . , 1 14 W. 18th Street. The society maintains a home for the aged and 
infirm of the State of New York. 

7^ Corporation for the Relief of Widotoe and Children qf Clergymen (f the Protestant EMsco- 
pal Church in the StaU of Hew rorA.— [Incor. 1788.] Free,, the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of New York. 
Sec., the Rev. William J. Seabiiry, D.D., 175 Ninth Avenue. Treae., William Harison, OH William 
Street, New York. Annual meeting on the Tuesday before the last Wednesday of September in 
each year. Assets of the Corporation : Bonds and mortgages, property, cash in hand, etc., $S96,- 
409 : number of yearly contributors, 1S7; number of annuitants, 113 ; amount paid to annuitants, 
$9,759. The Corporation has also a '' Special Fund," which enables it to give timely aid in cases 
which are not provided for by the laws. 

The East Side House SettlemenUJoot of TUh Street, E. B., New For*.— (Incor. 1891.1 Pro- 
vides : 1. A Penny Provident Fund Station. 8. A Kindergarten with trained Kindergartners. 3. 
Young Women^s Club, offering opportunities for social culture. 4. Colleagues— men over 18 years 
of age, with gymnasium, river and house baths, card, billiard, music, and reading rooms, and with 
an active spint in residents and colleagues for comradeship and manly developmemt. 5. Junior 
Colleagues— boys under 18 directed and encouraged by college-bred men ; abo games, music, 
debates, etc. 0. Dancing Class, with the requirements of good society. 7. School Extension Classes, 
for men preparing for the civil service examinations of the citv departments. 8. A Fellow-Citizen- 
ship Association of neighborhood property-holders ana residents, to aid the city anthoritJes in 
good government; leadership addresses ana open discussions of pertinent topics of the day. 9. The 
Webster Free Circulating Library of 7,)f00 best works of fiction, nistory, etc., and a circulation of 
88,000 a year. 10. Sun&y school. 11. Winifred Day Nursery with Kindergarten. The corps of 
resident workers numbers eight. Bxcept in the libranr, constituents pay moderately for whatever 
is enjoyed. The Bast Side House is not a charitable institation. It would study and practice 
sociiu science, man to roan. 

Pres.y BvereU P. Wheeler. TYeas., John Sabine Smith. Sec. and Resident Manager^ Clarence 
Gordon. 

The House qf Mercys Inwood-on-Hudson, Bolton Road, New York CWy.— {Founded 1854.] For 
the reception and reformation of destitute and fallen women and the carrying on of simple Indus- 
tries to train and support the inmates. Conducts S. Saviour's Sanitarium at same place. In 
charve of the Sisters of S. Mary. Chaplain, the Rev. William O. Embury. Treas., Blihu Chaon- 
cey, 22 B. 2Sd Street. Sec., Charles N. Kent, 10 Spruce Street. 

The House (^ Rest for Consumptives, 40 Broadway.— T\iSA corporation maintains its organiza- 
tion, and is prepared to receive and apply all donations to the care of persons suffering from pul- 
monarv complaints. Pres.,^. ojlcio^ tne Bishop. Trustees: Pre*., Woodbury G. Langdon, 719 
Fifth Avenue ; Sec., Howard Townsend, 8S Nassau Street ; Treas., Andrew C. Zabriskie, Si B^ver 
Street. 

The Memorial Day Nursery, 158 Essex Street.— Pres. Board qf Managers, Mrs. Richard Irvin. 
Treas., Mrs. Robert Waller. Sec., Mrs. William Chandler Casey. 

** The New York Bible and Common Prayer-Book Society.'^— Pres., the Bishop. Sec., E. 8. Gor- 
ham. Treas., James Pott, Church Missions House, New York. 

The Prison OuUd.—Pres., Mrs. Beekman de Peyster. Sec., Miss Mary Vanderpoel. Treas., 
Mrs. Geradus H. Wynkoop, 1S8 Madison Avenue. 

" The Sands Fund," 29 Lafayette Place.— X trust fund of which the interest is paid to the 
Bishop and expended by him. The Trustees are the Bishop, the Secretary of New York Conven- 
tion and the Treasurer of the Episcopal Fund, and the Treasurer of the Convention. This iponey 
(13,000) was given by the late Abraham B. Sands. 

" The Sheltering Arms,'' l&th Street, Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway.— \lacoT. 1864.] 
Receives homeless children between six and twelve years of age for whom no other institution 
provides. Pres., William Alexander Smith, 70 Broadway. Sec., H. C. von Post, 82 W. 57th Street. 
Treas., C. W. Maury, 504 W. 129th Street. Physician, L. A. Rodonstein, M.D. 

" The Shepherd^s Fold (if the Protestant Episcopal Church in the StaU qf New York '* [Incor. 
1868], Ml. Mtntum, Elmtford, N. Y. Oirls^ House, ISUh Street, W. qf St. Nicholas Anenue.— 
Receives, adopts, educates, and places out children, whether orphans, half -orphans, or friendless. 
Pres., James Pott, 285 Fourth Avenue. Sec., George C. Kobb^, 44 Wall Street. Treas., H. C. 
Schwab, 2 Bowling Green. 

''The Society for the Reli^ qf the DestUute Blind qf the CUy qfNew York and its ndnUy '* 
(Home for the Blind), Amnterdam Avenue and "iOUh Street, New Tor*.— [Founded 1868.] Fur- 
nishes a comfortable home for the adult blind, and provides them with work in the Home. Vis- 
itor, the Bishop. Pres., H. E. Howland, 85 Wall Street. Sec., Henry J. Camman, 809 W. 71st 
Street. Treas., Henry C. Swords, 80 Nassau Street. 

The Society qf 3. Johnland^ King's Park, L. /.— <See Institutions and Societies, p. 58.) 

^^ The Trwtms of the Episcopal Fund qf the Diocese of New York,— Sec. and Treas^ John 
McLean Nash, 63 WaU Street. '^ ^ ^ (^ r\niriio 

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" Tlu TrmUetftflhe Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen of (he Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the Diocese qfNew York.''— Sec., Bache Mc£. WhiUock, 49 Wall Street. Treas., Robert B. Dod- 
son, 2 Wall Street. 

''The Trustees qf the Leake and Watts' Orphan House in the CUvqfNew r<>r*."— [Incor. 1881.] 
This instltation. locate at Yonkere, N. T., receives, maintains, and educates, free of charge, help- 
less orphan children, without rej^ard to the reliMoas persuasion of deceased parents. It aims to 
^ve the diildren the best possible support and instmction suited to their needs. Bev. Morgan 
ix, D.D., D.C.L., Pres.; John M. Knox, Treas.; George R. Brown, Supt. 

" The Trustees of the Parochial Fund qf the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New 
York.''— Treas., Henry Dudley. 

Trinity Hospital, SO Varick Street.— Under the charge of the Sisters of S. Mary. 

TrinUy School, 139-147 W. 9Ut Street, New York.— {See Educational Institutions, p. 5S.) 

" Trustees of S. Luke's Retreat in the City qfNew York."— To provide sites for Christian insti- 
tutions for the relief of the sick, the suffering, the aged, and the poor. Treas., Robert S. Mintum, 
11 Broadway. 

'* WasMmm Memorial Association."— Donateu theological books to ministers. Treas., the 
Ven. C. C. Tiffany, D.D. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— Aunnail meeting : the dav after Ash Wednesday, the 
Bishop presidiug. Pres., Mrs. C. B. Curtis, 9 B. 54th Street. Sec, MIbb Margaret A. Tomes, 186 
B. 80th Street. iTVmu., Mrs. R. Bumham MofEatt, 11 W. 11th Street. 

Yonkers Nursery and Home, Yonkers. 

Bdigious Orders in the Diocese.— (S^ p. 67.) 



1896. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices (abont) 

Organized Parishes and Missions.. . . 
Unoivanized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms ^ 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions. 



1897. 



894 


890 


4 


10 


226 


288 


282 


288 


'6^608 


"7,628 


4,087 


4,609 


68,502 


66,518 


8,816 


8,967 


41,784 


44,084 


$2,122,816 


$2,386,629 



The 116tli AnnuaLConvention will meet in New York en September 28. 



TEm OliBROT. 

CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP 8. JOHN THE DIVINE, NEW YORK. 

Pro-Cathedral— The Chapel (fiom. 861), New York (409 Stanton St.). 

The Bishop. 

Priests.— The Rev. Hbam R. Hulse, the Rev. George Francis Nelson, D.D., the Rev. F. Landon 
Humphreys, D.D. 

Archdeacons.— OxKn&i : The Ven. William Reed Thomas, D.D. ; Westchester : The Ven. 
Frederick B. Van Kleeck, D.D.; Richmond : The Ven. George D. Johnson, D.D.: New York : 
The Ven. Charles Comfort Tiffany, D.D.: Dutchess : The Ven. Thomas Burgess, DJ>. 

Bishoi^'s Examining ChapkAns.^The Ven. Charles Comfort Tiifany, D.D., the Ven. Thomas 
Burgess, D.D., the Rey. Thomas Robinson Harris, D.D., the Rev. Ralph H. Baldwin. 

Bishop's Chaplain.— The Rev. 



PARISHES AKD MISSIONS. 



Amenia . 



Annandale . 



CHURCHES AND 0OMMUNI0ANT8. 



8. Thomas . 



Holy Innocents 54. 



•* (Red Hook) 

Arden, Greenwood S. John 

12 



S. Peter's Chapel 27. . . . 

" ' " 85.... 



E. V, Evans. 

RobHB. Fairbaim,D.D.^LL.D. 

George Bailey Hopson, D.D. 

William W. 01s?en, D.jD. 

Charles Howard Malcom. D.D. 
Robert B. Fairbalm, D.D.,LL.D. 
James Holmes McOuinness. 



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I>ARLS11E8 AMD MISSIONS. 



Barry town 

Bedford , 

BrewBter.. 

Calllcoon 

Carthage Landing 

Cafitleton 

Clifton 

Cold Spring 

Concord 

Cornwall 

Croton 

Dobbs Ferry 

E&Bt Chester 

Edgewater (Slapleton) , . , 

EllenviUe,.... ; . 

Eitin^ville (Southfleldj , 

Eraptina 

Bdopus (West Park) 

FlBhkill 

Garrctson's 



GarrLsou (Philipsetown). 

Glenham 

Goshen 

Greenbargh 

Greenwood Lake .... 

Haverstraw 



High Falle..... 

Highland 

Falls. 

Hopewell.. 

Hyde Park... . 

In'ington 

Kent Cliffs 



Kingston. 



(Rondo lit). 



Kitchawan 

LadeiUown 

Lake Mahopac . . 

Larch m out 

Lewisboro'' 

Liberty 

Lithgow ... .... 

Madalin(TivoH). 

Mamaroncck 

Marlborough 

Mattcawan 

Mlddletown 

Milibrook 

Milton 

Monroe 

Montlcello 

Montrose 

Moant Vernon . . 



New Brightou . 
Newburgh 



S. John 30 . 

S. Matthew aS. . 

S.Andrew 151,. 

S. James 46. . 

S.Mark 1?.. 

S.Mary 238.. 

8. John 400.. 

S.Mary 173.. 

S. Simon's Chapel 43 . 

S.John 215.. 

S. Angustiue 

Zlon .197.. 

S. Paul 87.. 

S.Paul 1%.. 

S.John 122.. 

Holy Comforter '21.. 

Our Father 

Ascension 43. . 

Trinity 4tf., 

Grace 15., 

8. Philip 160., 

S. John Baptist 29., 

S. James 106., 

S. Joseph of Arimathcu 19. , 

12., 



Newcastle 

New City 

New Dorp 

New Rochelle 

New Windsor 

New York (West End Ave, I 
&8l8t8t.)..,. i" 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



S. Luke m.. 

Trinity 2('8.. 

S.John 21.. 

Holy Trinity 4:1.. 

Holy Innocents 107. . 

Resurrection 21 . . 

S.James 161.. 

S. Banialms .l!J4. , 

S. John Baptist 11 . , 

Holy Cross 164.. 

Holy Spirit.... 280., 

S. John 325. 

Good Shepherd 22. 



Holy Communion 25. . . 

S. John B9... 

8. John 25 . . . 

Holy Communion 21 . . . 

S. Peter '>7... 

Trinity..... 83... 

8. Thomas 290 .. . 

Christ 18... 

8. Luke 620... 

Grace 385... 

Grace 81 . . . 

All Saints 51 . . . 

Grace 40... 

S. John 90 .. 

Divine Love 140. . . 

Ascension 394 . . 

Trinity 487... 

Christ 414... 

Good Shepherd 675. . . 

S. George 487. . . 

S. Paul 187... 

S. Mark 50... 

S.John 28... 

Trinity...,; 12... 

Trinity 443... 

S.Thomas 94... 

AllAngels T24... 



J. G. Brick. 
Lea Luquer. 
Frank UearUield. 



George Emerson Quaile. 
John C. Eccleston, D.D, 
Elbert Floyd- Jones, Jr. 
Henry Newman Lawrence. 
William Williamson Page, D.D. 
Augustus Vallete Clarkson. 
RobiTt M. Berkeley. 
William Samuel Coffey. 
Alonzo L. Wood. 
Franklin Nelson Strader, 
Cecil P. Wilson. 
William Joseph Queale. 
Legh K. Dickinson. 
Joseph H. Ivie, 
Henry Newman Lawrence. 
( Walter Thompson, D.D. 
) R, Beverley Ardcn. 
Joseph H. Ivie. 
George C. Bctts. 
Arnold H. Redding. 
James Holmes Mctiuinness. 
William Adelbert Marker. 
John W. H. Weibel. 
W. J. Clarke Acnew. 
William G. W. Lewis. 
William Reed Thomas, D.D, 
Frederick Thompnon. 
Amos Tumer^Ashton. 
William Henry Benjamin, D.D. 
Eli D. Sutcliffe. 

C. Mercer Hall. 

Warner Esmiind L. Ward. 
Thomas Burrows. 
Edgar Gardner Murphy, 
W. ilpiphanhis Wilson. 
Thomas Stephens. 
Eli D. Sutcliffe. 
Richard Cobden. 
Charles M. Selleck. 
Peter C. Creveling. 
Charles Henry Dunc^in. 
W. George Walter Anthony. 
Frank Klood Gemmn. 
Hugh Pooley Hobson. 
Thomas Burgess, D.D. 
David J. Evans. 
Charles Henry Duncan. 
Hugh Pooley Hobson. 

David T. Howell. 

Gouvernenr Cniger. 

j Frank Matthew S. Taylor. 

> G. H. H. Butler. 

j Samuel T. Graham. 

1 Gideon D. Fond. 

George D. Johnson, D.D, 

John Marsliall Chew. 

OcTavius Applegate, D.D. 

Rnfus Emery. 

W. Eplphaniue Wilson. 

Thomas Stephens. 

Cecil P. Wilson- 

Charies Fobes Canedy, D.D. 

John May Bartholomew. 

Smith De Lancey Town send. 

James B. Wa&sou, D.D.^ 
Digitized by _ 



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179 



PABlSnES AND MI88IOMS. 



New York (Henry & Scam- } 
melSU.) r 

** (Madison Are. & I 

66th St.) f 

it 

** (6th"AYe!*&'i6thV 

St.) f 

*' (8 & 10 HoraUo St) 

'' (Madison Ave. & I 
WthSt.) J 

'* (4thATe.^k2l8tSt.) 

«* (2aOB.28dSt.) 

'* (Boulevard & 71st I 
St) f 

" Riverdale (River- » 
dale Ave.) f 

** (Lexington Ave. l 
&85UiSt.).... f 

" (880 Broome St.)... 

** (Broadway & 10th ( 
fit.) f 



(412 B. 14th St.).... 



" West Farms (Vyse I 

Ave.) f 

" (City Island) 

" (212 E. ll«th St.). . . 

" (5tb Ave. A 46th t 
St.) f 

" (116 B. 47th St.).... 
** (9th Ave. A S8th ) 

St.). r 

*' (^W.HoastonSt.) 

** (6th Ave. A dOth » 
St.) \ 



(Ave. C ft 4th St.).. 

(166th St. neari 

Boston Ave.)... f 
(ISftthSt. nearTthi 

Ave.) f 

(74th St. near Park) 

Ave.) f 

(Lenox Ave. A t 

122d8t) f 

(B. 88th St.) 

(Inwood) 

(Madison Ave. Al 

86th St.) f 

(246B.8l8tSt.).... 

(Western Boale- 1 
vaidftl56th8t.)f 



All SalnU.. 



All Sonls (Anthon MemM)..l,M7«. 

Archangel 

Ascension 604.. 

'* Ch'l of the Comforter 185 . 

Beloved Disciple 790. . 



CHUBCHES AKD OOKXUNIOAKTS. 



Calvary. 



984. 



•* PreeChapel 850, 

Christ 497. 

Christ 194. 

Epiphany 186. 

God's Providence 



Grace.. 



.1,849., 



'' Chiqiel. 



Gnoe 

Grace 

Grace— Bmmanael 



600. 



154. 



... 879. 

Heavenly Rest 910.. 

Chapel 682. 

HolyApoeUes 450. 

Holy Comforter 86. , 

Holy Commnnion 1,181. 

Holy Cross Mission 618. 

Holy Faith 294. 

Holy Nativity 149. 

Holy Sepnlchre 800., 

Holy Trinity 1,051. 



Holyrood Chapel 60. 

Incarnation 744. , 

" Chapel 

Intercession. 284., 



j William N. Donnell, D.D. 
) Clayton Eddy. 

j R. Heber Newton, D.D. 
} Alonzo N. Hensliaw. 

J Percy S. Grant, 
1 Lester Bradner. 
Newland Maynard. D.D. 

^ Henry M. Barbour. 
John AcwOrth. 
Charles Smith Lewis. 
( J. Lewis Parks. D.D. 
•( Alexander WUltam Bostwick. 
( Charles Edward Hutchison. 

iShnreman Halsted Watkins. 
John M. McGann. 
Ellis Bishop. 
( Jacob S. Shipman. D.D. 

< Claudius Morrell Koome. 
J John Thompson Cole. 
James Winthrop Hegeman. 

Joseph Hntcheson. 

George Francis Nelson, D.D. 

Wm. Reed Huntington, D.D. 

Rowland Stuart Nichols. 

Carroll Perry. 
.James Le Baron Johnson. 

'George HUl Bottome. 

Melville Knox Bailey. 

Neilson Poe Carey. 

Bdward Moore Parrott 

Henry Watson Ruffner. 

Henry Rawle Wadleigh. 
.Stephen Van Rensselaer. 
Alfred James Derbyshire. 

Arthur Forbes. 
William K. McGown. 
(D. Parker Morgan, D.D. 
•^John WiUiams. 
( J. Newton Perkins. 
William Walter Smith, 
t Brady Electus Backus, D.D. 
) Thomas McCUntock. 
Walter A. A. Gardner. 

Henry Mottet, D.D. 

William Wilmerdlng Moir. 

Charles H. Baston. 

Ormes B. Keith. 

Clarence R. Conger. 

James G. Cameron. 

< Edmund Booth Young. 

f Gustave Ambrose C. Lehman. 
Victor Cliateanneuf Smith. 

Guy Loughman Wallis. 

Thomas P. Hughes, D.D., LL.D. 

\ Chas. De WittBridgroan. D.D. 

j Alex. Griswold Cummins, Jr. 

J. Vincent Chalmers. 

William O. Embury. 

j William Mercer Orosvenor. 

1 James G. Lewis, D.D. 

j James G. Lewis, D.D. 

1 Thomas Frederick Davies.Jr. 

Henry Dixon Jones. 



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PARUHSS AND MISSIONS. 



New York, Klngsbridge I 

(Church St.). .. f 

** Floating Chapel ( 

(Pierlo,B.R.). f 

" (Prince & Thomp- ( 
BonSto.) f 

(5th Aye. A Wlh I 
St.) f 

** Morrisania (St. ) 
Ann's Ave. &B. V 
140th St.) ) 

" (SOe Mulberry St.) . 

'* (Hadlson Ave. & (. 
44th St.) f 

" (127th St. near I. 
Lexington Ave.) f 

" (lOSW.SdSt.) 

" (428 W. 40th St.)... 

" (E. 158th St.) 

" (5th Ave. & 109th ♦ 
St.) f 

•* (80W.««dSt.) 



(Stuyvesant Square) 



Mediator 160. 

OurSaviour 184. 

Redeemer 818. 

S. Ambrose 

S. Andrew 1»988., 



S. Ann 

S.3aniaba8. 



(Wllliamsbridge).. 

( Waverley Place & I 

W. nth St.).... I 

(56 W. 40th St.).., 



(Madison Ave. A 
TlstSt.) 

(Fordham) 



(Waverley Place (. 
& W. nth St.). j 

(Convent Ave. A I 
14UtSt.) f 

(Second Ave. ^ 
10th St.) 



(Ave. A A 10th St.), 

(Lawrence St. A ) 
AmsterdamAve.) f 

Mott Haven(Alex 
ander Ave. near 
149d St.) 



/Uex) 
nearV 



(139 W. 46th St.)., 

(W. 84th St. near I 
Central Park) . . f 

(Amsterdam Ave. 
&99thSt.) 



CHUBOHXS AND COMJIUNICANTB. 



S. Bartholomew 1,885.. 

«» (Swedish ChM) 830.. 

S.Clement 178.. 

8. Cornelius 227. . 

S.David 27.. 

S. Edward the Martyr 608. . 

S. Esprit 188.. 

S.Gtooige 4,168.. 

S.(3eorge 87.. 

S. George the Martyr 

S.Ignatius 849.. 

S.James 1,698., 

S. James 200. . 

S. John Evangelist 250. , 

S.Luke 471.. 

S.Mark 606.. 

" Chapel , 

S.Mary .' 191. 

S.Mary .872.. 



S.Mary the Virgin. 



S.Matthew 8! 

S.Michael l,a 



John Campbell. 

Archibald Romaine Mansfield. 

William E. Johnson. 
James Burgess Sill. 

Philip Schuyler. 

' Cleoige R. Van de Water, D J). 
Edward H. Kettell, D.D. 
William Emory Henkell. 
Henry Q. Taylor. 

Gibson William Harris. 

George Francis Nelson, D.D. 
f David H. Greer. D.D. 
Robert C. Booth. 
Leslie Ellas Learned. 
Jaipes Frederick Talcott. 
Abraham Yohannan. 

Hugo Holmgren. 

Edward Henry Van Winkle. 

Paul Rogers Fish. 
Isaac C. Sniiges. 
Edward George Clifton. 
j Edward W. NeU. 
1 William Walton Rutherfurd. 
j Alfred V. Wittmeyer. 
( Oliver Shaw Newell, 
f William S. Rainsford, D.D. 

Arthur Nelson Taft. 

Frank Howard Nelson. 

W. H. Garth. 

Alexis William Stehi. 

<3eorge Francis Nelson, D.D. 

Benjamin F. DeCosta, D.D. 

Arthur Ritchie. 
George Lawrence Nicholas. 
B. Walpole Warren, D.D. 
Edward Ernest Matthews. 
J. V. Chalmers. 
Charles J. Holt. 

Benjamin F. DeCosta, D.D. 

J John T. Patey. 

I Charles H. 8. Hartman. 

I Joseph HIne Rylance, D.D. 
I Walter E. BenUey. 

Walter E. Beutley. 
Laurence H. Schwab. 

(Joseph Reynolds. 
\ William L. Evans. 

Thomas McKee Brown. 
Arthur Mason. 
John A. Staunton, Jr. 
Richard Russell Upjohn. 
Edward Horatio Krans, LL.D. 
Rockland Tyng Homans. 
f John P. Peters, D.D. 
George Starkweather Pratt. 
Mortuner T. Jefleris, 
.Charles Lewis Biggs. 



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181 



PARISHES AND KISSIOHS. 


OHUBCHBS AND COMHUNIOANTS. 


CLBBGT. 


New York (Washingtoo Ave. ) 
ftbovelTOth St.) 1 


S.Paul 


.. 256... 


Romilly F. Humphries. 




CWth St. near 9th ( 
Ave.) 


S.Ptoter '. 


... 460.... 


j Olln Scott Roche. 
IWiUiamF. Dickinson. 
Frank M. Clendenin, D.D. 








t( 


1 Westchester) 

(161 W. 86th St.)... 


8. Peter 


... 478.... 


»* 


S.Philip 


... 698.... 


Hutchlns Chew Bfahop. 


ti 


(aOTUnlbenySt.).. 

(W. 46th St. nearl 
6thAve.) f 


San Salvatore. . . » 


.. 186.... 


Alberto Pace. 


li 


S.Stephen 


.. 879.,.. 


( Charles R. Treat. 
< Sydney Hubbell Treat. 
John Wil iam GUI. 


(( 


(5th Ave. A 68d St.) 


S.Thomas. 


..1^ ... 


John W. Brown, D.D. 
John Huske. 


" 


(60th St. n. 3d Ave.) 


" Chapel 


.. 601.... 


J WUliam H. Pott. 

1 Nathan Adolphus Seagle. 


*♦ 


(95th St. &M Ave.) 

(29th St near 6th t 

Ave.) f 


The Messiah 




Thomas M. Sbaipe. 
i George Clarke Houghton, D.D. 
1 Bdmnnd Banks Simth. 


(( 


Transfiguration 


.. 800.... 


t( 




Chapel.. 


.. 200.... 


Lawson Carter Rich. 










rMorganDiXfD.D. 


u 


^^A §??::[ 


Trinity 


. 1.767.... 


James NeveU Steele. 
Joseph Warren HIU. 
Alfred WUIhim Griflln. 
t Albert Carleton Monk. 


14 


^yi7.?^.*.^M 


" S.Paurs Chapel. 


.. TOO.... 


William Montague Geer. 
< Robert Morris Kemp. 








George Winthrop Sargent. 
Philip Auld Harrison Brown. 


«( 


(46 Varlck St.) 


" S. John's Chapel . 


.. 721.... 


• Frederick Jame6 Keech. 

William Samuel Bishop. 

r William H. Vlbbert, D.D. 




(26th St. near 
Broadway) f 


" Trinity Chapel... 


.. 800.... 


JAIbanRichey. 
Harry Banmann. 
John Henry Watson. 
Edward Augustus Bradley, 

C. A. Hamilton. 


«« 


(ColnmbosAve.&t 
9adSt.) f 


" S. Agnes' Chapel. 


..1,834.... 










fA. Clifford Kimber, D.D. 


«• 


(106 B. Honston St.) 


( ** S. Augustine's) ooo 1 
) Chai^l \ ®8—| 


William Du HameL 
G. A. McK. Dyess. 










Clarence H. Beers. 


tt 


(7th Ave. & 39th St.) 


( " S. Chrvsostom's 


} 861.... 


Thomas Henry 8U1. 

- John Harris Knowles. 

Samuel S.Mitchell. 


(t 


Governor's Island.. 


" S. Cornelius' Chapel »....! 


Iklward H. C. Goodwin. 


" 


(Hudson St. oppo- 1 
site Grove St.) . f 


•* 8. Luke's Chapel 


.. 275.... 


Philip Auld Harrison Brown. 
John Henry Logie. 


** 


Morrisania (164th 1 










St. n. Boston V 


Trinity 


.. 150.... 


Albert Steele Hull. 




Ave.) ( 






( Henry Lubeck, LL.D. 
i Karl Schwartz. 


II 


(382W.57thSt.).... 




.. 879.... 










( Josiah Martyn Neifert. 


T^orthCa 


istle (Armonck) 

lem 


S.Stephen 






SorthSa 


S.James 

Grace 


.. 54.... 
336 


R. Condit Rnssell. 


Nyack . . 




Franklin Babbitt. 


Pattereoa 


Christ 


.. 38... 


William Henry Meldrum. 


Pearl River 


S. Stephen's Chapel 

s.petCT r. 


.. 5.... 
.. 815.... 


Thomas Stephens. 
William Fisher Lewis. 


Peekskill 




Ffi)hvn 




Christ 

Redeemer 

Christ 


.. 156.... 
.. 87.... 
.. 235.... 


Albert F. Tenney. 
Cornelius W. Bolton. 


Pelhamville 


Piermont 




Frederick Ward Denys. 


PlneHilJ 




Transfiguration 

Regeneration 


.. 87.... 
.. 73.... 


George Clarke Houghton, D.D. 
Wlll&m Charies Grubbe. 


Pine Plains 


Pleasant Valley 


.. 46.... 


P'rederick Thompson. 


PleasantvUle... 


S.John 


75.... 


Stephen F. Holmes. 


Port Chester 


S. Peter 

Grace 

Christ 

Holy Comforter 


.. 488.... 
.. 181.... 
.. 600.... 
.. 600.... 


Charles Edward Bnigler. 


PortJervis 


Uriah Symonds. 
Samuel A. Welkeri. 


PoaghkeoDsie 




.....:.......;; 1 


Robert Fulton Crarjj D.D.j 



182 



NEW YORK. 



[1898. 



PABISHES AND MISSIONS. 




CLERGY. 


PonizrhkeeDsie *. . . . 


S. Andrew's (Jhapel 

S. John's " 

S. Paul 


.'.".' 456!!!! 


1 G«orge Clarke Cox. 
{'Charlet Albert Smith. 




tt 


RedHook 


Christ 

S.Paul 


.. 128.... 
... 78.... 


John R. Lambert. 


(Tivoli) '.. 




Rhlnebeck 


Messiah 


... 61.... 


[ Ernest 0. Saanden. 


Rhinecllflf 


Ascension 

S.Andrew 


... W.... 
... 105.... 
... 84.... 


Kichmond 

Rif ton 


Thomas 8. Yocom, D.D. 
j^ Henry Baricer. 


Rosendale ........ 


AllSaints 


... 65.... 


Rossvllle... 


8. Luke 


... 99.... 


Charles Josiidi Adams. 


Rye 


Christ 

8. John Evangelist 


... 250.... 


William W.Kirkby,D.D. 
Augustus Warren Merrick. 
Thomas Cole. 


St. John^s 


Saofferties 


trinity T 

S.Mary ! 

S. James 

AUSainta 


... 156.... 
... 52.... 

... 109.... 


Scarooroagh (Beechwood) . . . 
Scarsdftlfl , . . . 


Thomas Robinson Harris, D.D. 

\ Francis Chase. 

1 Ely C. Burr. 
Henry L. Myrick. 
Charles Martin Niles, D.D. 


Sing Sing (Briar Cliff) 


S.Paul 

Trinity 

S.Luke 

S.Paul 

S.Margaret 

S. Peter 

8. John's Chapel 

Christ 

Christ 


... 266.... 
... 840.... 
... 58.... 
... 40 ... 
... 78.... 
... 27.... 
... 21. .. 
... 123... 
... 200.... 


n 


George Wilson Ferguson. 


Somers 


R. Condit Russell. 


Spring Valley 


Thomas Stephens. 






Stone Ri^ (High Falls) .... 


[ W. J. Clarke Agnew. 


Soff era 


Romaine StUes Mansfield. 


T^urytown 


J. 8. Spencer. 
AraoldH. Redding. 


'* (Mt. Pleasant) 


8. Mark 


... 189.... 


ThompsonviUe (Monticello).. 
TompkinB Cove (Stony Point) 


S.Mary 

Qrace * 


.!! 9!!!! 


David T.Howell. 
William Adelbert Masker. 


TottinviUe 


S. Stephen 

S.John 

S.Mary 

AllSaints 

S.Andrew 

Zion 


... 88.... 
... 103.... 
... 125 ... 
.. 38.... 
... 140.... 
... 498.... 


Frederic Welham. 


Tuckahoe 


John Williams Buckmaster. 


Tuxedo Park 


George Grenville Merrill. 


Upper Red Hook 

waldon 


John R. Lambert. 
John Anketell. 


Wappinger^s Falls 


Prescott Evarts. 


WaHrickT.......... ......;. 


Christ 

Ascension.. 

Grace 

S.John 

Christ 


... 91.... 

... 449.... 

... 846.... 
... 46.... 
... 229.... 


Charles A. TibbalS. 


West New Brighton 


j Pascal narrower. 

1 Edward Bell. 

Frederick B. Van Kteeck, D.D. 


White Plains 


Wllmot (New RocheUe) 

Tonkers 


Charles Fobes Canedy, D.D. 

Elias Lyon. 

James Edward Freeman. 


it 


8. Andrew 

S.John 

S.Paul 

8. Catherine's Chapel . . . 
8. Maiy 


... 186.... 
... 600.... 
... 290.... 
... 29.... 
... 20.... 


tt 


Alexander B. Carver, D.D. 


«( 


WUllam Morris GUbert. 


Yorktown (Pieldhome) 

(Mohegan) 





NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Akerly, Samuel M., Newburgh. 

Albert, Martin, Trinity Church House, New 
York. 

Allen, Stnrges, Westminster, Md. 

Anthon, Edward, New York. 

Auld, Harry Floy, Hatboro' Pa. 

Baker, George 8., D.D., Supt., 8. Luke's 
Hospital, New York. 

Baum, Henry Mason, D.C.L., New York. 

Boardman, William Slosson, care of Brown, 
Shipley & Co., London, Eng. 

Bodv, Charles W. E., D.C.L., Prof., G. T. S. 

Bonnam, James W., New York. 

Brodnax. Morriwether, New York. 

Cady, Philander Kinney, D.D., Professor, 
G.T.S. 



Camp. Charles William. Richmond Hill. 

Chamberlain, John, D.D., New York. 

Chamberlalne, Hcnrv, New York. 

Chapman, John Wright. Anvik, Alaska. 

Cnark, James Starr, T>.D., Chaplain, Elms- 
ford. 

Clover, (Seorge F., Asst. Supt., 8. Luke's 
Hospital, New York. 

Cobb, Lyman, Yonkers. 

Cooke, Samuel, D.D., Stamford, Ct. 

Dalton, William Adolphus, Port Chaplain, 
New York. 

De Beaumont. Eraest B., New York. 

Dod, Robert Stockton, New York. 

Downey. William Montgomery, New York, 

Dows, Henry Ammi, New York. 



1898.] 



NEW YORK. 



183 



NON-PAROOHIAL- CdnUnuid* 



DrUler, John. Dobbs Venj. 

Duffle, Cornelias R., D.D.. New York. 

Dyer, Heman, D.D., New York. 

Baton, Arthur Wentworth H., New York. 

Edwards, Frank Elmer, Morristown, N. J. 

Flagg, Edward O., D.D., New York< 

Forbes, Alexander, Yonkers. 

Freeman. Charles Elisha, Chaplain, S. Lake*8 
Hospital, New York. 

OtiUaudet, Thomas, D.D., New York. 

Gay, Bbenezer, Femandina, Fla. 
' Gray, Horailo. Boston, Mass. 

Hall, Randall Cooke. D.D., Professor, G.T.8. 

Hamilton. B. Braddhi, New York. 

Hammanskold, John Gottfried, Hastings. 

Harris, Robert. 

Heath, John Geoive Bowen, New York. 

Hepburn, George O., New York. 

Higbee, Charles, Pelham. 

Hitchlngs, Horace B., New York. 

Hoffman, Eugene A., D.D., Dean,'G. T. S. 

Holden, Robert, Holbrook. 

Honghtoii, Edward Clarke. Munich^fl^vuia. 

Howes, Reuben Wing, D.D., New York. 

Hnckel, William, New York. 

Huntington, James O. S., Westminster, Md. 

HylandTThomas Arthur, New York. 

Jones, Robert Bills, Pres., Hobart College, 
Geneva. 

Jones, Silas Raseell. 

Jones, William Marvin, Buffalo. 

Judd, D. Ross, Hasardville, Ct. 

Kellogg, Justin P., Geneva. Switzerland. 

Kenney, Edward, New York. 

Kenney, James E., New York. 

Kenyon, Ralph Wood. 

Lewis, John vaaghan,D.D.,retired Chaplain, 
U. 8. N., Pt. Pleasant, N. J. 

Lewis, Robert W., Cassell, Germany. 

Liggins, John. Cape May, N. J. 

Lindsay, William, Miss., Tombs and Ludlow 
Street Jail. 

Loring, Henry Holmes, New Rochelle. 

Lowry, Robert, New York. 

liUdlnm, Nicholas Frederick. Corona. 

Magnire, Hugh, Miss., Blackweirs Island, 
New York. 

Magnire, Isaac, Missionary of Port and City, 
New York. 

Malcom, Charles Howard, D.D., Prof., S. 
Stephen^s, Annandale. 

Marvine, Walter, Chaplain, U. S. A., Fort 
Spokane. Wash. 

McGlatheiy, William, Norristown, Pa. 

Meissner, Henry, in Germany. 

Merington, Richard W., New York. 

Mesny, Pedro Serano, Aldemey, Channel 
Islandf). 

Mitchell, Walter, New York. 

Moort, Paulns. Monrovia, Africa. 

Morgan, Brockholst, General Agent City 
Mission Society, New York. 

Nancrede, H. W., in Europe. 

Nattress, George. 



Nsesan, Yarroo Michael, Oroomiah, Persia. 

Nichols, Charles W. de Lyon, New York. 

Oertel, Frederick, New York. 

Ormsbee, Albert Hall, FishkiU. 

Perkins, J. Newton, Secretary, American 
Church Building Commission, S81 Fourth Ave., 
New York. 

PIckells, Charles, D.D., New York. 

Pitman, John B., Fishkill. 

Piatt, George L., D.D., TivolL 

Proffltt, ArOior H., City Miss. Soc. (Prisons, 
etc.), 84 Pike St., New York. 

Proffltt, C. C, City Miss. Soc. (Workhouse), 
New York. 

Rathbun, Grenville Alfred, Franklin. 

Ray, D. Brainerd, New York. 

Reese, Theodore Irving, Milton, Mass. 

Rice, Edwin B., Mt. Vernon. 

Kich, John Montgomery. 

Hichey, Thoruaa, D.D., i^rofessor, G. T. S. 

Roberts, John J., B.I>., New York. 

Rodnian, Washington, Astoria, N. Y. 

Schuyler, Livingt*ton Rowe, in Europe. 

Scabury, George, Garrison's. 

Scabury, William J., D.I>.,Profe88or,G.T.S. 

Shackelford, John Wragg, D.D., Saratoga 
Spring!*. 

Sharp, Jame!4 R., West New Brighton. 

8harp, William, Camamow, Western Aus- 
tralia. 

Sloan, Arthur, Chaplain, Sailors' Snug Bar- 
bor. 

Smith, Comellnfl B., D.D., New York. 

SDiith. James Tuttle, D.D., New York, 

Spt'iuer, Irving. Stamford, Ct. 

SpmctT. Jesse Ames, D.D., New York, 

S|K>nt:, John James Rowan, New York. 

Slander, Constautine, London, England. 

Stirlinu, Walter A., New York. 

Tyiitr, Stephen H., Paris, France. 

Ulin:inti. AiiiTiist, D.D.. Trinitv Srhool,New 
York. 

Van Rensselaer, M. , D J). , LL.D. , New York. 

Van Winkle, Isaac, Paris, France. 

Walsh, William, Newburgh. 

Ward, Caleb T., New York. 

Wardlaw, William, Rosebank. 

Warner, William Arthur. 

Washburn, Daniel, Maple Grove. 

Washburn, Francis, Newbnrgh. 

Webb, Benjamin, New York. 

Weills, John C. S., Chaplain, State Prison, 
SinffSing. 

Wenman, Charles Aldis, Miss., Randall's 
Island. 

WIddemer, Ephraim Soliday, Asbnry Park, 
N. J. 

Wildes. George D., D.D., LL.D., Riverdale. 

Wilson, Henry, D.D., New York, 

Wiswall, Alvah. 

Wright, D. Grosvenor, D.D., Ponghkeepsle. 

Wright, William John, Colfax, Wash. 

Young, Henry St. George, Missionary, Belle- 
▼ne Hospital, New York. 



Digitized by LjOOQIC 



DIOCESE OF NEWABK (A.D. 1874.) 

LiMTTP.— 7%€ cohtUUs of the State qfNew Jersey known as Sussess. Warren^ Morris, Passaic, 
Bergen, Hudson, and Essex, together tpith the township qf Summit in union County. 
Population (1890), 800,000. Area, 2,800 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rby. Thomas Alfbbd Stabket, D.D., Bishop. (1880.) Residence, East Orange, N. J. 

Secretary qf Convention.— The Rev. John Perrin Appleton, Nntley, N. J. 

Treasurer. ^H&aT J Hayes, Newark. 

Registrar. —H. R. Llndermann, Newaric. 

Standing Committee.— CleHcal, William Welles HoUey, D.D.. Pres.; the Ven. William R. Jen- 
vey. Sec.: the Rev. Napoleon Barrows, D.D., the Rev. Frank Barrows Reazor. Lay, Henry Hayes, 
Frederick W. Stevens, D. Smith Wood, Alfred Mills. 

OHUROH INSTITUnONS. 

Christ Hospital, Palisade Avenue, Jersey City Heights.— [Incor. 1874.] Pre*., the Rev. Georjre 
Stephen Bennftt. Chaplain, the Rev. Daniel ^redenck Warren, D.D. Sec., John O. Crawford. 
Treas., Oeorgfi H. White. 

Oirls* Friendly Society In America.— (Fourteen branches.) Pres., Mrs. H. J. Winser, 201 
Washington Avenue, Newark. Sec., Miss C. W. Colton, 14 Cottage Street, Newark. Associate/or 
Commended Members, Mrs. Robert Weir, 60 Qates Avenue, Montclair, N. J. 

Hospital S. Barnabas, cor. High and Montgomery Streets, Newark.— \lrkcor. 1867.1 Pres., ex 
qgdo, the Bishop. Chcgkain. the Rev. Elliot white. Sec., Thomas B. Sisserson. Treas., A. H. 
Ward, 605 Broad Street. In charge of the Sisters of S. Margaret. 

House of Good Shepherd for Aged and If\firm Men and Women, Henry Street, South Orange, 
y. J,— Matron, Miss 8. Louise Shelton. Chaplain and Sec., the Rev. Alexander Mann. Treas., 
William Read Howe. 

S. Hilda's Industrial School (for girls), Morristown.—A boarding and industrial Bcbool for 
young girls, conducted by the Sisters of S. John Baptist. Under the patronage of the Bishop. 

S. Katharine's Home, 82 Reservoir Avenue, Jersey City HeigfUs.— Under the charge of the Sisters 
of 8. Margaret. Pres., the Bishop. Warden, the Rev. Qeorge Clarke Houghton, D.D. Treas., 
Mrs. Alexander, Castle Point, Hoboken, N. J. Sec., Mrs. W. M. Hughes, Morristown, N. J. 

Widows' Home, 815 Blooti\field Street, Hoboken.— Sec. and Treas., Mrs. Henry Morton. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan BrancA— [Organized November, 1875.] Annual meeting : in the 
spring, time and place fixed by the President and Secretary. Pres.^ Mrs. T. A. Starkey, Arlington 
Avenue, Bast Orange, N. J. Cor. Sec, Miss A. Broome, 77 Prospect Street, East Orange. Treas., 
Mrs. J. L. Truslow, Jr., Summit. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


112 
2 
92 

98 

2,240 
1,866 

20,808 
1,384 

18,874 
$437,886 


120 


Priests Ordained 


2 


Church Edifices 


101 


Oiganized Parishes and Missions 1 




Unorganized Parishes and Missions i" 

Baptisms 


93 
2,276 


Confirmed 


1,419 


Communicants 


21,402 


Sunday School Teachers 


1,462 


Sunday School Scholars 


18,966 


Contributions 


$423,297 







The 34th Annual Convention will be held where the Bishop may appoint, on May 24. 

THB OLEROT. 

The Bishop. 

Bishop's Chaplain.— The Rev. John Keller. 

Archdeacons.— Jersej City : The Ven. William R. Jenvey ; Newark: The Ven. Alexander Mann. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.-The Rev. Oeorge M. Christian, D.D., the Rev. Comelins S. 
Abbott, the Rev. (Jeorge Clarke Houghton, D.D., the Rev. John Perrin Appleton, the Rev. Fred- 
eric E. Mortimer, the Rev. Edward Horace Cleveland. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Allendale 
Arlington 
Bayonne . 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Epiphany 67. . . . 

Trinity 136.... 

Calvary 180.... 

S.John 198 ... 

184 



William Ernest Allen. 
John Keller. 
Horatio Watts Mafi:uire. 
Ernest Lascelles Jenner. 

^ -ok 






1898.] 



NEWARK. 



185 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Bayonne (Bergen Point). 

BelleyUle 

Belvidere 

Bloomfleld 

BooDton 

Clifton 

Dover 

East Orange 



Bdgewater 

Bnglewood 

Essex Falls 

Fort Lee 

Franklin (Notley)... 

Hackensack 

Hackettstown 

Haledon 

Hambnrg 

Harrison 

HasbroQck Heights . 

Hawthorne 

HlUsdale 



Hoboken (6th St. cor. Willow) 

" (Sammit Ave. & 
Magnolia) 

" (Washington c 7th) 

Hope 

Inrington 



Jersey City (New York Ave. I 
'' A South St.) . f 

** (ClaremontAve. I 

A Clark St.).. f 
" (Erie cor. 2d St.).. 

'* (Greenville) 

" Q^arayette) 

" Heights (Snm- 

nut Ave. opp. 

Gardner) 

** (445 Jersey Ave. 
HeijHhts (58 Ho- 1 

boken Ave.).. ) 
" (114 Sussex) 



Bergen (46 Dun- ( 



can Ave, 
Knowlton 
Landing (Lake Hopatcong) 

Leonia 

LitUe Falls 

Lvndhnrst 

Madison , 

Maplewood 

Mondham 

Millbum : 

Montchdr 

^ ", (Upper) 

Montvale 

Morristown 



Mt. Arlington 

Newark (Congress bel. Perry) 



(Broad & Walnut)... 



CHUBCHK8 AMD COMMUNICANTS. 



Trinity 390.. 

Christ 188.. 

ZIon 81.. 

Christ 885.. 

S.John 188.. 

8. Peter 84.. 

S.John 148.. 

Christ 849.. 

8. Paul 19«.. 

Mediator 98.. 

8. Paul 480.. 

All Saints 85.. 

Good Shepherd 81 . . 

Grace 208.. 

Christ 885.. 

S. James 26. . 

Mary 188.. 

Good Shepherd 84.. 

Christ 384.. 

S.John 48.. 

S.Clement 81.. 

Holy Trinity 88.. 

Holy Linoccnts 860. . 

S.Paul 479.. 

Trinity 616. . 

S.Luke 8.. 

Trinity 66.. 

Ascension 820. . 

Holy Cross 250.. 

Grace 561.. 

Grace 156.. 

S.Agnes 

I.John 1,112.. 



S. Mark . 



.276. 



S.Mary 275. 

S.Matthew 180. 

S.Paul 888. 



S.James 80. 

S. Andrew 

AllSalnto 68. 

S.Mary 22. 

S. Thomas 28. 

Grace 95 

S.George 61. 

S.Mark 28. 

S . Stephen 1 67 . 

S.Luke 417. 

S. James 118., 

S.Paul 80. 

Redeemer 497. , 

S.Peter 848. 

S.Peter , 

Christ 164. 



Grace . 



.850. 



(364S. Grange Ave.). S. Alban 96. 

(Rosevfllc) S. Barnabas 198. 



( Frederick Maurice Kirkns. 
1 John Israel Jellott. 
Cornelius S. Abbott. 
George Henry Young. 
Edwin Augustus White. 
Jesse C. Joralemon. 
Williiim P. Evans. 
Charles R. D. Crittenton. 
( William Whiting Davis. 
) William Morton Pickslay. 
John W. Williams. 
James A. McCleanr. 
Geoi^ge Frederick Flichtner. 
Appleton Grannls. 
Walter M. Sherwood. 
John Perrin Appleton. 
WUIlam Welles HoUey, D.D. 
William Malyon MItcham. 
Cornelius W. Twlng. 
Joseph H. Smith. 
William James TUley. 
WlUiam F. Dickinson.* 
George Metsgar Dorwart. 
Arthur Whitaker. 
( G. Ernest McGill. 
< James Malcolm Smith. 
r Jotin O. Bwens. 
William R. Jenvey. 

George Henry Tonng. 
Samuel Borden-Smlth. 

James Cameron. 

j Augustine Elmendorf . 

) HamiltonDouglassB.MacNeil. 
George StephenBennitt. 
Percival C. Pyle. 
Frederic E. Mortimer. 

j Edward Lothrop Stoddard. 
I Ehner S. Forbes. 
Frederic E. Mortimer. 
. Charles Philip A. Burnett. 
Daniel Frederick Warren, D.D. 

William Cuff Maguire. 

William P. Brush. 

George Henry Young. 

The Archdeacon. 

James A. McCleary. 

Appleton Grannls. 

Henry M. Ladd. 

Edwin Ely Butler. 

Henry Kierstead Bicker. 

Levi Johnston. 

William Alexander Wasson. 

Frederick Brewerton Carter. 

John G. Fawcett. 

Arthur Whitaker. 

William Mortimer Hughes, D.D. 

j Charles H. Hibbard, D.D. 

} William Patterson Taylor. 

W. H. C. Lylburu. 

r George M. Christian, D.D. 
J Vincent Corbett Lacey. 

i Charles H. Mead. 

I George H. Hooper. 
Elliot White. 
Stephen Henry Qranberry. 



Officiating by license. 



186 



KEWABE. 



[1898. 



PARISHES ANB MISSIOVS. 



Newark (Belleville Ave. N. ( 

of4thAve.) f 

** (Elwood A Ltncoln ( 
ATe.) J 



(High A Market).. 

(High near New)... 

(Cninton Ave.) 

(Roeevllle) 



(Broad & Slate) . . 

(Broad St., Military I 
Sqaare) '" 



Newton 

NonK'ood 

Orange, Orange Valler (oor. ; 
Forest A Tomp- 
kins 8U.) 



800th (cor. S.Orauge 1 
Ave. A Ridgewood V 
Road).. 1 

West, 



South (cor.Centre St. ( 
& Sterling Ave.).. [ 
West. 



•* Bast (cor. Prospect* 
A Nonnan Sts.). . . ) 

Passaic 

Paterson (Caroll A Peari St.). 
(Main&Nicho'sSt.) 
(Church A Ellison ( 

St.) r 

(B*way A 18th St.) . 
" (Potowa Ave. A J 
Marion St.) f 



Phillipsbnig, 
Pompton. . . 
RIdgefleld.. 
Ridgewood. 
Rotherford. 
Short Hills. 

Stanhope... 

Sonunit. ... 



Tenafly 

Union Hill 

Vernon 

Washington.... 
WcftHoboken. 



CUUBUUES AMD COMMUNICANTS. 



S.James 135 

S.John 179. 

S.Matthew «0. 

S.Paul 855 

S.Philip 130 , 

S.Stephen 483.. 

S.Thomas 108.. 

The House of Prayer 877.. 

Trinity 750.. 

Christ !46 . 

Holy (Communion 25. . 

AllSainU 406.. 



Grace. 



.71W. 



Holy Oommanion 803. 

Holy Innocents 

S.Andrew 106. 

S.Mark 642. 

S. Paul 210. 

S.John 288. 

Holy Commnnion 459. , 

S. Luke 185. . 

S.Mark 820.. 

S.Paul 428.. 

Trinity 225.. 

S. Luke 142.. 

Christ 81.. 

S.James 55.. 

Christ ...275.. 

Grace 800.. 

(Thrist 68.. 

Christ 49.. 

Calvary 865.. 

Atonement 70.. 

Grace 808.. 

S.Thomas 24.. 

S.Peter 86.. 

S.John 106.. 



Cyrus B. Durand. 

Frank Albion Sanborn. 

Gnstavns W. Mayer. 
D wight Gallon pe. 

( Reeve Hobbie. 

\ Henry P. Scratchley. 
Richard Bfitchell Sherman, Jr. 
Bverard P. Miller. 

IJohn S. Miller. 
Amasa Wright Saltus. 
Louis Shreve Osborne. 
William Thomas Llpton. 
William J. TUley. 
Charles L. Steel. 
Arthur Whltaker. 

William Richmond. 
Herbert Giles Sharpley. 
Anthonv Schuyler, DJD. 
Alexander Mann. 

Lewis CSameron. 



Charles L. Pardee. 

i Frank Burrows Reazor. 

} Charles Jeremiah Mason. 
John W. Williams. 

Leonard W. S. Stryker. 
(George Metzgar Dorwart. 
Robert Ferine. 

William P. Evans. 

David Stuart Hamilton. 

Charles Douglas. 

Nicholas Henry Martin. 



Edward Horace Cleveland. 
Henry M. Ladd. 
N. Barrows, D.D. 
j William Malyon Mitcham. 
1 George Porter Armstrong.* 
Walker Gwynne. 
j Matthew M. Fothergtll. 
1 Walter M. Sherwood. 
Horatio W. P. Hodson. 
Joseph Hicks Smith. 
August Christian Fliedner. 
Albert Edward Bentley. 



* Officiating by license. 
NON.PAROCHIAL. 



Appleton, James Hervcy. New York. 
Bishop, David D.. ChcihW Ct. 
Bishop, Horace S^ New York. 
Bishop, Samuel u.. New York. 
Farrington, William G., D.D., Orange. 
Goodwin, Hannibal, Newark. 
Hayward, Richard, Paris, France. 
Hewlett, John C, Boston. 
Holcombe, Theodore I., D.D.,New York. 
Kidder, Charles Holland, Ridgefleld Park. 
Kirkus, William. Bast Orange. 
Manning, Arthur H., in Bn^and. 
Maynard, Newland, D.D., New York. 
McClintock, Thomas, New York. 



Mombert, J. Isidor, D.D., Paterson. 
Nock, Joseph Albert, Jersey City. 
Parsons, John Anderson, Hackensack. 
Rice, Spencer M., D.D., Jersey City. 
Stanley, Albert Upham, Marietta. Ga. 
Stocking, Charles H. W., D.D., Freehold. 
Tancock, James Arthnr, in England. 
Throop, Montgomery Hunt. 
Vanderpool, Wynant, Missionary to 
Almshouse, Newark. P. O., Morristown, 
Walsh, George H.. D.D., Ambler, Pa. 
Webbe, William Thomas, D.D., Newaris. 
Webbor, Edward Newton, In (Canada. 
Weston, Dan C, D.D., New York, i ^ 

^le 



City 



DIOCESE OF NOBTH CAEOUHA. (A.D. 1817.) 

Lntm.—On the east the counties of Northampton^ HaMax^ Edgecombe^ WUeon^ Johneton^ 
Harnetty Moore^ and Bichmond, and on the west the counties (ff 3uny, Tadkint IredeU^ and Meek- 
lenhurgt and all countHee lying between* 

PopalAUon (1890), 804,262. Area, 28,060 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Bby. Josxph Blount Chishibb, Jb., D.D., BlBhop. (1893.) Reeidencet Baldgh. 

Secretary and Begistrar qf (hnvmUion.—Thid Bey. Jolian B. Ingle, Henderson. 

Treasurer qf Cbftom/km.— Charlet B. Johnson, Balelgh. 

Bistorkfgraphsr,So\m 8. Henderson, Salisbnry. 

Standing CfommUtee.— Clerical, the He?. Matthias Mnrray Marshall. D.D., Pres. : the Rev. 
Benjamin S. Bronson, the Be7. Bennett Smedes, D.D., Sec. Lay^ Richard H. Battle, LLJO., Peter 
B. Sines, M.D. 

OHUROH INQTETUnONS. 

Good Samaritan Hospital for Colored Pwple, CharMU,—Mn, John Wilkes, Pres, 

S. AugusUne's School and CoOegiate InstiiuUfor Colored Students, Raleigh,— Prindpalt the 
Rey. Aaron Bnrtis Hnnter. 



S. Mary's School, iZaM^A.— [Founded 1842.] Visitor, the Bishop. 
Smedes, D.i). 



Rector, the Rey. Bennett 



S. Peter's Home and Hospital, Charlotte,— Mn. John Wilkes, Sec. and Treas. 

Thompson Orphanage and TnAning Institution, Chartotte.Supt., the Rey. Edwin Angnstns 
Osborne. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— {Omnized May, 1882.] Annnal meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Oonyention. Sec., Miss M. B. Homer, Oxford. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1807. 


Clergy , , , 


48 

8 

87 

58 

22 

872 

4S2 

4,075 

871 

788 

2 

106 

142,626 


61 


Pri<Mts Ofdalned 


8 


Chorch Bdlflces 


86 


Organized Parishes and Missions . , , , 


56 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


26 


Biq>tfims. 


488 




266 


Communicants 


4,104 


Snnday School Teachers 


888 


Sandaj School Scholars , , , 


8,246 


Parish School Teachers 


^ 


Parish School Scholars , 


796 


Indastrial School Teachers. 


5 


Industrial School Scholars 


141 


Contributions 


$46,816 







The 82d Annual Conyention will meet In the Church of the Holy Innocents, Henderson, on May 11. 



TBJB OIiSROT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop''s Examining Chaplains.— I^q Rey. Bennett Smedes, D.D.. the Rey. Francis Johnstooe 
Mardoch2j>.I>., the Rey. Aaron Burtls Hunter, the Rey. Matthias Mnrray Marshall, D J>., the Rey. 
Francis W. Hilliard. 

Deans of Cbfittxw/ion*.— Raleigh: The Rev. Julian Edward Ingle ; Tarboro' : The Rey. Walter 
Johnston Smith; Salisbury: The Rey. Francis Johnstone Murdoch, D.D.; Charlotte: The Rey. 
Charles Lorenzo Hoffmann. 

187 ^ ^' 



188 



KOBTH CAROLINA. 



[1898. 



FABUHB8 AMD MISSIONS. 



«inJI{CHB8 AND COMMUHICANTS. 



AOBOXlTille . . 

BattJeboro\. 
Bnrliogton . . 
Cbapeifiill . 
Charlotte.... 



Concord 

CuniDgham 

Durham 

Edgecombe Co 

Bnfteld 

Qaston 

Oermanton , 

Goshen 

Greensboro* iSonth). 



Gulf.... 
Halifax.... 
Henderson . 
High Point. 
Hin8boro\. 
Iredell Co... 

Jackson 



Kittrell.... 
Lawrence.. 
Leakeville . 
Lexington . 
Littleton... 

Louisborg. . 



(North) . 



Madison 

Mecklenburg.. 
Middleburg... 

Milton 

Monroe 

Mount Airy. . . 
Noise 



Orange.... 
Oxford . . . . 
Plttsboro*. 

It 

Raleigh..! 



Reidsvllle 

Richmond Co.. 

Rldgeway 

Ringwood 

Rocky Mount.. 
Rowan County 



Salisbury 



AllSouls 16. 

8. John 2cJ. 

S. Athanasins r*3. 

Ctiapel of the Crosts 35. 

S.Andrew 

S. Mary the Virgin 15. 

S. Michael and AH Angela ..83. 

S.Peter 809. 

All Saints 85. 

18. 



S.Philip 170. 

S.Mary 10. 

Advent 19. 

S.Luke 9. 

S.Philip 19. 

S.Paul 6. 

S. Andrew 100. 

S. Barnabas 97. 

S. Cnthbert 9. 

S.Mark 4. 

S.Mark U. 

Holy Innocents 148. , 

S.Mary 28. 

S.Matthew 70. 

S.James 70. 

The Saviour 



40. 

S. James 49. , 

Grace 7., 

£piphany 27. , 

Redemption 18. , 

Chapel of the Cross 19. , 



8. Matthias 81., 

S.Paul 67., 

S.John 11., 

S.Mark 51. 

Heavenly Rest 29. , 

Christ 7. 

S.Paul 85. 

25. 



S.Monica 

S.Philip 25. 

S.Mary 25. 

S. Stephen 75. 

S. Bartholomew 39. 

S.James 38. 

Christ 800., 

S. Ambrose 99. 

S. Augustine's Chapel 26 . 

S.Mary 

S. Saviour 13., 

The Good Shepherd 286. 

8. Thomas '88. 



Good Shepherd 26. . 

S.Clement 15., 

Good Shepherd 84. . 

Christ 46.. 

.Andrew 40., 

S. Jude 24., 

S.Mary 21., 

'^. Matthew 84. , 

S.John 10., 

S.Luke 113. 

S.Paul 86., 

.Peter 14., 



Charles Fetter. 
Gaston Battle. 
Henry Hobart Barber. 
Thomas Edward Winecoflf. 
Charles Lorenzo Hoffmann. 
Edwin Augustus Osborne. 
Primus Pilss Alston. 
Charles Lorenzo Hoffmann. 
Johnson Cannon Davis, D.D. 
Frederick Augustus Fetter. 
Aldred Adino Fruden. 
Girard William Phelps. 

Girard William Phelps. 
James Henry Williams. 

James Daniel Miller. 
Horace Weeks Jones. 



Walter Johnston Smith. 
Julian Edward Ingle. 
James Henry Williams. 
Samuel Paxson Watters. 
Robert Bruce Owens. 

J. Taylor Chambers. 

Thomas Picard. 
James Battle Avlrett. 
Girard William Phelps. 
Frederick Augustus Fetter. 
Johnson Carmon Davis, D.D. 
Girard William Phelps. 

James Edward King. 
James Battle Avlrett. 
James Henry Williams. 
Edwin Augustus Osborne. 
William Shepard Pettigrew. 
Frederick Augustus Fetter. 
Francis William Hilliard. 
James Henry Williams. 

j- Thomas Burke Bailey. 

Samuel Paxson Watters. 
James Fitts Plnmmer. 
Charles Theodore Bland. 
Thomas Burke Bailey. 
Matthias M. Marshall, D.D. 
James Edward King. 
Aaron Burtis Hunter. 
Bennett Smedes, D.D. 
James Augustus Weston. 
Isaac McKendree Pittenger, D.D. 
Frederick Augustus Fetter. 
Charles Fetter. 
William Shepard Pettigrew. 
Girard William Phelps. 
Benjamin Sumner McKenzie. 

[ Sidney Stuart Bost 

i Francis Johnstone Murdoch, 
f D.D. 

Sidney Stuart Bost. 
( Francis Johustone Murdoch, 
^ D.D. 

f Robert Bruce Owecs. 
Robert Bruce Owens. 
t Francis Johnstone Murdoch, 
i D.D. 



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1898.] 



NOBTH DAKOTA. 



189 



P.'^RISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CUUKCUBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Sanford ., 


S.Thomas 

IMnity 


6.... 

115.... 

. 6.. 


Charles Theodore Bland. 


Scotland Neck 


Walter Johnstou Smith. 


Smlthfleld 


James Augustus Weston. 

Henry T. Gregory. 

John Hammond Griffith, Jr. 


Southern Pines 


Emmanuel 

Trinity 

S.Peter 

Calvary, and Chapel 

S.Luke 

Calvary 

Christ 

S.Luke 

All Saints 


14 ... 

80.... 

8.... 

211.... 

60.... 

.... 51.... 

34.... 

16.... 

15.... 


Statesvillo 


Stovall 




Tarboro* 


Edward Watts Gamble. 




John William Perry. 
Charles Fetter. 
James Henry Williams. 


Wadesboro* 

Walnut Cove 


Warren County 


Warrenton 


Henry Beard Delany. 




Bmmanuel 

Qrace 

S.John 

S.Mark 

S.Timothy 

S.Paul 


70.... 

88.... 

... . 84... 

15.... 

....104.... 
115.... 


Benjamin Swan Bronson. 


Weldon 


J. Taylor Chambers. 


WilllAm.hnm' 


William Shepard Pettigrew. 


Wilson 


John William Perry. 


Winston ... !...!..*.."!!,!!.!. 


John Francis George. 







NON-PAHOCHIAL. 



Cheshire. Joseph Blount, D.D., Tarboro'. 
Horner, Junius Moore, Oxford. 
Joseph, Henry Mason, London, England. 
Mnrphv, Joseph W., Washington, D. C. 
Poffenbeiger, Martin Luther. 



§>uin. Charles Carroll, Philadelphia, Pa. 
chubert, Louis Hector, Atlanta, Qa. 
Towers, Frederick, Cambridge, Mass. 
Walker, William, Canton, Mass. 



NOBTH DAKOTA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 
Population (1890), 182,719. Area, 75,000 sq. m. 
The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Dalnth in charge. SeHdence, Dniuth, Minn. 
Secretary of Cbwwco/i^m.— The Rev. Charles Turner, Devils Lake. 
TVwwMfw.— Amosa 8. Peake, Valley City. 
HegUtrar.— The Rev. Frederick J. Tassel I, Larimore. 

Standing Committee,— Clerical, the Rev. Charles Turner, Pres.; the Rev. Anthon Temple Ges- 
ner, Sec. Lay, J. 8. SincUIr, H. P. Lough. 
C^aneellor.— John E. Greene, Fargo. 



OHUROH INSTITUTION. 

Woman*s AxixUiary, Diocesan J^ramrA.— [Organized June, 1890.] Pres., Mrs. Roderick J. 
Mooney, P^&rgo. Sec.y Mrs. H. R. Lyon, Mandan. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

PriesU Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions ... 
Unorj^nized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms , 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 


.1897. 


13 

* "28 

66 

176 

92 

1,043 


8 


2 


28 


48 













The next Annual Convocation will meet at Jamestown in June. 

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KORTH DAKOTA. 



[1898. 



THB OLBRQTt 

Thx Bishop. 
BUhop's Mcamining Chaplaini.— The Rot. Charles MacLean, the Rev. Charles Turner. 



FABISUE9 AND MISSIONS. 


OHX7BCHE8 AND OOMinTNICANTS. 


CLBRGT. 


Ardock 


6.... 


Charles MacLean. 

John Trenaman. 
Charles Turner. 
William Davies Rees. 
Henry J. Sheridan. 
John Trenaman. 
Henrv J. Sheridan. 
Charles Turner. 

Henry J. Sheridan. 
Roderick J. Mooney. 
Charles MacLean. 
William Davies Rees. 
Charles MacLean. 
Anthon Temple Gesner 
P.B.,Peabody. 

Henrv J. Sheridan. 
Charles Turner. 

[Frederick J. Tassell. 

Frederick J. Tassell. 
Henry J. Sheridan. 
Charles Turner. 
Henry J. Sheridan. 
John Trenaman. 

Charles Turner. 
Charles MacLean. 

Charles Turner. 

Henry J. Sheridan. 

Charles MacLcan. 
John Trenaman. 
Charles Turner. 




Bathgate 


15.... 




Bismarck . .'. 


Bread Of Life..-. 

Calvary 


44.... 

10.... 

6.... 




Buffalo 




Caudo . 




Cannon Ball 


SioDX Mission 


40.... 




Carrington , 


19.... 




Cafiselton 


15.... 




Courtenay 


4.... 




Devils Lake . 


.. 40.... 




"Eckelson . . . 


8.... 




Enderlin ... , , . , 


4-,.. 




Fargo . ' 


Gethsemane 

SiohxMlssion' ." . .' .* .' .* .' 


156.... 

23.... 

18.... 




Forest River 




Fort Totteu 




Grafton 


10.... 




Grand Forks 


8. Paul 


104.... 




Hillsboro 


8.... 




Inketer 


4.... 




Jame8to>^ii 


Grace 

Good Shepherd 


61.... 

17.... 

8.... 




Lakota 




T iATi(?don 




Larimore 


18.... 




Lisbon 


Trinity 


28... 

28.... 




Mandan 




MayvUle 


Calvary 


46... 








Milton 


10.... 






15.... 




Micot 


12.... 




New Rockf ord 


12.... 




North wood 


9.... 




Park River 


28... 




Pembina 


21.... 




Portland 


2.... 










Rol la.... '.*.*.*.*.'. 


10.... 




Sanborn 


Christ 


8.... 

10.-.- 




8 ThomaB 




Sheldon 


5.... 




Tower City. 


4.... 










Towner 


5.... 




Valley City 


AUSalnte 


43.... 








Wahpcton 


Christ 


11.... 

24.... 




WaJsTiville 




Wheatland 


2... 




York 


2.... 











INON-PAROCHIAL. 
Evison, Allen Edward, Faribault, Minn. | McBlroy, Irving. 



Digitized by LjOOQIC 



Limits.— ^4fl thai part c 
(if Sonoma^ Napa^ SolcmOy i 



irOBTHBBir CALIFOBinA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

' the Stale of California lying north qftheaouthem line nf the eouniies 
^Oy Amador^ and El Dorado, 



Popalation (1890), 380,000. Area, 62,584 iq. m. 

ToH Rt. Rev. John HBintr Ducaohbt Wimoficld, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., MiialonaiT Bishop. 
(1874.) i?Mk26iu», Benloia. 

Secretary of Convoeation.-^The Rev. James Cope, Santa Rosa. 
ChanceUor.—'W. B. Lardaer, Anhnm. 
Begi»trar.—TYi% Rev. Charles L. Miel, Sacramento. 
7>i«Mttr*r.— Clarence W. Bush, Woodland. 

StandinQ Committee.— Clerical^ the Rev. John Partridge. Free.: the Rev. John T. Shnrtleff. 
Lay.l, G. Wickersham, Sec.; R. Press Smith, M J>. ' 

OHUROH INSTITUTION. 

Wotnan*9 AuxUiaryt Diocesan JBroncA.— [Organised April, 1802.] SeCt Mrs. J. T. Shnrtleff, 
Cloverdale, Cal. 

1807.* 

Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Bdlfices 

Organised Parishes and Missions . . , 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed , 

Commanicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars 

ContrlbntioDS 

The 24th Annual Convocation will meet at Bonicia at the call of the Bishop. 
« No statistics received. 

THB OLBRGT. 

Thb Bishop. 
Bishop'* s Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. J. Avery Shepherd, D.D., the Rev. John Partridge. 




PAmiSHMI AHD missions. 


CHUBOHES AND OOMXUNIOANTS. 


OUEBOT. 


Aubnm 


S.Luke 

S.Panl 


.... 68.... 
....108.... 
.... Bl.... 


Webster L. Clark. 


Benfcia 


John H. Waterman. 


Chico 


Alfred George. 


Cloverdale 


Good Shepherd 

S.James 

S.Stephen 


.... 68.... 
.... 7.... 
.... 31.... 
ft 


John T. Shnrtleff. 


Collinsville 


Webster L. Clark. 


Colusa 


[Alfred George. 


Corning 


Cottonwood 




Brevard D. Sinclaire. 


DavisviUe 




Edwin Johnson. 


Delta 




Brevard D. Sinclaire. 


Diamond Springs 


S. Matthew 






Dnnnegans*. . . .'^. 




Dunsmnir 


S. Barnabas 

8. Bartholomew 


.... 14.. . 
..'.'. 4.'.'.'. 


Brevard D. Sinclaire. 


El Dorado 




Etna Mills 


Alfred George. 


Eureka. ... 


Christ 

Trinity 

S.Panl 

Emmanuel 

S.Panl 


....104.... 
.... 8.... 
... 4«.... 
.... 67.... 
.... 41.... 


William Leacock. 


Folsom 


Webster L. Clark. 


Fort Jones 


Brevard D. Sinclaire. 


Grass Valley 


Erasmus J. H. Van Deerlin. 


H^dsburg 


John T. ShorUeff. 




191 




. _ooQle 



192 



OHIO. 



[1898. 



PARISHES AITD MISSIONS. 


OHUBOHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CUCBQT. 


Henley 






Hombrook 


3 ... 


> Brevard D. Sinclaire 


Kidder Creek 






Knight's Landing 




Bdwin Johnson. 


Loomis 


All SAintJ»..... ., 


80 


Webster L Clark. 


Marysville 


S.John 

8. Andrew 

S.Mary 

Trinity 


40.... 

6.... 

60.... 

48.... 


William H. Stoy. 
Brevard D. Sinclaire. 




Napa 


Caleb Ben-Ham 


Nevada City 


Erasmus J. H. Van Deerlin. 


Oroville 


William H. Stoy 
John Partridge. 
Charles Caleb Pelrce. 
Alfred George. 
Thomas H. Gilbert. 


Petalama 


S. John 

The Saviour 


65.... 

........ S.V.. 


PlacervlUe 

Pokeirama 


Red Bluff 


S.Peter 

All Saints 


81.... 

32.... 

12... 


Redding 


Alfred George. 
Webster L. Clark. 


Rnnv»<»y. , , , . . 


SftCTftinento 


S.Paul 

Incarnation 


469.... 

107.... 


Charles L. Miel. 


Santa Rosa 


James Cope. 
William H. Stoy. 
Brevard J). Sinclaire. 
John Partridge. 
Webster L. Clark. 


Smartsville 


Smithson 




Sonoma 


14.... 


St. Helena 


Grace 

Grace 


29.... 

48.... 

20... 


Soisnn 


John H. Waterman. 


Ukiah 


John T. Shnrtleff. 


VacaviUe 


Epiphany 

Ascension 

Grace 


17.... 

104.... 

8.... 

19.... 


Webster L. Clark. 




William Bollard. 


Wheatland 


Webster L. Clark. 


Willows 


William Gill. 


Winters 


S.John 

S.Luke 

S.Mark 


16.... 

50.... 

50 ... 


Webster L. Clark. 


Woodland 




Treka 


Brevard D. Sinclaire. 









NONPAROCHIAL. 
Hamilton. Joseph William, San Jos6. 



Hamilton. Joseph William, San J 
Lynd, William J., Oakland, Cal 



Shepherd, J. Avery, DJ>., Rector Bmeritas, 
Santa Rosa. 



DIOCESE OF OmO. (A.O. 1818.) 

Limits.— 7%^ JHocese eompriHS that portion of ike State qf Ohio lying north of the touthem 
line (^ the counties qf Mercer, Shelby, Auglaize, Logan, Union, Marion, Morrow ^ Knox^ Coshocton, 
Tuscaraxoas, Harrison, and J^erson. 

Population (1890), 1,900,099. Area, 21,007 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. William Andrew Leonard, D.D., Bishop. (1889.) Residence, 840 Euclid 
Avenue, Cleveland. ^ 

Secretary of Convention.— The Rev. Edward William Worthington, 84 Huron Street, Cleveland, 

Registrar.— Hhe Rev. John D. Skllton, 775 Case Avenue, Cleveland. 

Treasurer qf the Diocese.— ^oXm Thomas, 122 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. 

Chancellor.— 'Ron. Augustus J. Ricks, Cleveland. 

Standing Committee.- aeHrnl. the Hex. Edward William Worthington, Pres.:th9 Rev. Fred- 
erick Burt Avery, Sec. ; the Rev. Francis Mason Hall . Lay, Thomas M. Sloane, William G . Mather. 
R. H. Wright. 



OHUROH iNSTrrunoNa 

Oirls* Friendly Society in America.— i^onr branches.) Free., Miss Hamm, 2686 Cherry Street, 
Toledo. Sec., Miss Handerson, 108 Edgewood Place, Cleveland. 

Good Samaritan Uoepital, Sandusky.— Under the auspices of Grace Parish. 



..gitized by Google 



1898.] 



OHIO. 



193 



Hareoufi Mace Seminary ^ Gambier.—Un. H. N. Hills, PrindpaL 
Kenyan OoUege, Oambier.^iSeo Educational Institutions, p. 50.) 
The Cathedral Orphanage, 
The Church Bomej 568 Prospect Street^ Cleveland, 

WomaxCe Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [OrggDized 1875.] Pree^ Mrs. F. H. Boalt, 114 West 
Main Street, Norwalk. See. and Treae.<, Miss Fannie G. Spencer, 429 Washington Street, Sandusky. 



Diocesan Paper.—'' Church Life," Cleveland. Bditor, the Bev. Edward S. BarkduU. 



STATISTICS. 



1806. 



1897. 



' Clergy 

Priesu Ordained , 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorgauized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants , 

Suuday School Teachers . 

Sunday School Scholars 

Industrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars 

Contributions 



86 


86 


8 


7 


121 


124 


100 


lis 


10 


10 


1,185 


1,178 


1,029 


960 


12,665 


18,600 


1,085 


1,021 


8.577 
106 


8,715 




$187,828 


$212,781 



The 81st Annual Convention will meet in Trinity Cathedral House, Cleveland (the date to be 
dedgnated by the Ecclesiastical Authority). 



THB OLBRQT. 

TBINITY CATHEDRAL {com. 504), CLEVELAND. 

Thb Cathedral Chaptbb. 

The Bishop. 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Charles D. Williams. 
Minor Canan.—The Rev. Orville E. Watson. 

Honorary Canons.— Th& Rev. Albert B. Putnam, the Rev. C*harles S. Aves, the Rev. David F. 
Da vies, the Rev. James A. Brown. 



Archdeacon and General Missionary.— The Ven. William M. Brown. 

Deans of Convocation.— ClereX&nd : The Rev. Francis Mason Hall '.Central : The Rev. Albert 
B. Putnam ; Northeast : The Rev. Abner L. Frazer, Jr.; Northwest : The Rev. R. O. Cooper. 

Bishop's Examininj Chaplains.— The Rev. Albert B. Putnam, the Rev. Charles S. Aves, the 
Rev. David F. Davles, the Rev. James A. Brown. 

Oeneral Missionary to Deqf -Mutes. —The Rev. Austin Ward Mann, Gambler. 



PARISHES AMD MISSIONS. 


OHUROHBS AKD OOMMTTNIOAKTS. 


— ^1 

CLBROT. 


Akron 


Our Saviour 68.... 

S.Paul 421.... 








Alliance 


Trinity 57.... 

8. Peter 167.... 

Trinity 70.... 

S. Paul 98.... 

8. Thomas 40 

S.James 47.... 

Trinity 7... 

8. John 86.... 

S. Paul 184.... 


Jay Clyde Hathaway. 
John William Hyslop. 


Ashtabula 


Bellefontaine 

Bellevue 

Berea 


James W. Thompson. 
Edward S. Doan. 
S. Fison. 


Boardman 


George Bosiey. 


Brvan 


Thomas Nel(«on Barkdull. 


BncyruB 




Canton 


Jay Clyde Hathawav.^r^T^ 



18 



194 



OHIO. 



[1898. 



PABIIHIS AHD XISnOKS. 



CardingtoQ 

CaUwDa Island 

CleTeland (Scran ton Are. i 
cor. Mentor) ... s 

" (Kinsman St.) 

" (Oranga^ cor. Bel- J 

moDt)> ) 

" ^ (BncUd Ave. opp. ( 

Brookfleld) f 

'* (Bast Mad (son i 

Ave., southwest > 

cor.Varian)st..i 

" (Hnron cor. Erie ) . . 

•» South (Harvard c. I 

Sawyer) f 

♦• (Wade Park Ave. I 
n.Cummonwealih) f 

♦• (Superior St.) 

** (Chapel St. cor. I 

Scovfll) J 

*' East (Cedar) 

Heights) ) 

" (WillsonAve. cor. J 

fitxth Ave.).... f 

*• ((Thnrch St. comer » 

WaU) f 

•* West (Lake Ave. i 

n. Huntington). { 

•• (Franklin Ave. J 

cor. Liberty) . . . f 

" (Woodland Ave.)... 

" (cor. of Walling, t 

f<wd Court) . . . . ) 

*' (EncHd Ave. At 

Case) f 

" (East) 

♦♦ (Brooklyn) 

** (Superior n. Bond). . 

Clyde.. .....r. 

Conneant 

OMhocton 

Cross Creek 

Cuyahoga Falls 

Defiance 

Dennlson 

East Liverpool 

Bast Plymouth 

Elyria 

Findlay 

Fostoria 

Fremont 

Qalion 

Gambler 

Qeneva 

Gienville 

Harbor 

HicksvUle 

H ndson 

Huron 

Jefferson 

Kent 

Kenton 

Kiusman 

Lakewood 

Lima. ......... 

Lisbon 

Lorain 

" (South) 

Lyme 

Madison 



OHUBOHBi AHD COMMUXIOAlfTS. 



(3ood Shepherd 19. 

Holy Sacrament 80. 

All Saints 805. 

Atonement iO.. 

Christ ((German) 88.. 

Emmanuel 254.. 

Good Shepherd 407. 

Grace 495. 

Grace 189. 

Holy Spirit 88. 

Redeemer 15. 

8. Andrew 78. 

S. Andrew 51. 

S.James 171. 

S.John 885.. 

S.Luke 199. 

S.Mark 199. 

S.Mary 157., 

S.Matthew 45. 

S. Paul 764. 

S.Paul 100. 

S.Philip 66. 

Trinity 

Grace 84. 

S.Paol 54. 

Trinity 87., 

S.Jamee 14. 

S. John 189. 

Grace 108. 

S. Barnabas 44. 

S.Stephen 148. 

S.MatUiew 66. 

S. Andrew 808. , 

Trinity 60. 

Trinity 61. 

S.Paul 177. 

Once 85. 

Holy Spirit 218. 

Christ 80. 

The Incarnation 60. 

Grace 78. 

S.Paul 4. 

Christ 69. 

Christ 111. 

Trinity 87. 

Christ 54. 

S. Paul 65. 

Grace 10. 

Ascension 47. 

Christ 100. 

Trinity 50. 

Redeemer 80. 

S. David 44. 

Trinity 86. 

S.John 6. 



Lenox Robertson Gloag. 
W. Rix Attwood. 
Ernest Judson Craft. 
R. B. Gmeber. 

Frank Dn Moulin. 

Wemyss T. Smith. 

Edward William Worthiugton. 

Ernest Judson Craft 

Thomas Lyle. 

John Brown. 

Daniel Ernest Johnson. 

John Brown. 

Theodore Clinton FOote. 

William Henry Jones. 

Chester C. Kemp. 

Francis Mason Hall. 

C. F. Brookins. 

John Brown. 

j (3eorge H. McGrew, D J>. 
f Robert Lewis Paddock. 
Elmer E. Esselbume. 
Robert Lewis Paddock. 
Charles D. Williams. 

George William Preston. 
E. G. McFarland. 
Edward W. Ck)wling. 
Robert Kell. 
George 8. May. 

R. Heber Hoskin. 

Fernando C. Eldred. 
John LooU Petit Clarke. 
Henry M. Green. 
Henry George Limric 
James A. Brown. 
Franklin Smedley Moore. 

Wemyss T. Smith. 
John McI. Bradshaw. 
George S. May. 
John Wesley Cracraft. 
Edwin Weary. 
Howard M Ingham. 
Robert KeU. 



W. C. Sheppard. 
Charies Barron Crawford. 
Francis K McManus. 

Charles D. Lafferty. 

Edward S. Doan. 
John F. Keene. 



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rARISHBS AKD MIB8ION8. 



CHtmCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Mansfield 

Marion 

MassUlun 

Maomee 

Medina 

Milan 

Mill Creek.. .. 
Monroe ville.... 
Mount Gilead.. 
Mount Vernon . 

Napoleon 

Nlles 

Norwalk 

Oberlln 

Paines ville 

Peninsala 

Port Clinton... 

Ravenna 

Bichmond 

St. Mary 

Salem 

Sandusky 



Shelby. 
Sidney. 



Stenbenvllle 

Tiffin 

Toledo (Western Ave. near* 

Broadway) \ 

*' (Uoron St. A Stick- j 

ney Ave.) ) 

** (Auburn Ave.) 

** (11th St. A Washing- » 
ton Ave.) f 



Grace 198... 

S.Paul 08... 

S. Timothy 215... 

S.Paul 46... 

S.Panl 106... 

8. Luke, i 84... 

S.Mark 18... 

ZIon 69... 

Transflgoratlon 96... 

S.PauT. 171... 

S.John 18... 

S.Lnke 127... 

S.Panl 991... 

Christ 74... 

S.James 808... 

Bronson Memorial .. 11... 

S. Thomas 79... 

Grace 87... 

S.Alban 

S.Mary 8... 

OnrSaviour 78... 

Calvary 161... 

Grace.. » ^og 

S.Johnf ^••• 

S.Mark 89... 

S.Mark 16... 

S.Stephen 66... 

S.Paifi 206... 

Trinity 90... 

Calvary 106... 

Grace 215. . 

S.Andrew 68... 

S. John the Bvangelist 185. . . 

S.Luke 16... 

S.Mark 270... 



'' Bast Side (4th A 
Bnclid Aves.) 

** (Adams A St. Clair 

SU.) 

Toronto , 

Umonville 

Upper Sandusky , 

Van Wert 

Venice , 

Wakeman , 

Warren 

Wellsville 

Willoughby 

Wooster 

Yonngstown , 



S. Paul . 



.116 



Trinity 647. 

S. Jude 19. 

.Michael 99.. 

Trinity 8. 

S.Matthias 5. 

Our Redeemer 80. 

S.John 6., 

Christ 186. 

Ascension 61. 

Grace 84. 

S.James 66. 

S.John 491. 



Albert P. Putnam. 
Alfred Robert Taylor. 
Casslus M. Roberts. 
John W. Sykes. 
Edward L. Kemp. 
Edwin Weaiy. 
B. G. McFarUmd. 
Charies S. Aves. 

Geofge F. Smjrthe. 
(George S. May. 

diaries S. Aves. 
W. H. Q. Lewis. 
Frederick Burt Avery. 
N. P. Chariot 
Lennox Robertson GkMg. 

Frederick Burt Avery. 

Francis B.McMantts. 
Ernest V. Shayler. 

John Frederick Butterworth. 

Henry (?Iay Johnson. 
J. W. Thompson. 
Edward W. Cowling. 
George Washington Hinkle. 
G. Frederick Williams. 

Thomas Nelson Barkdnll. 

John W. Sykes. 

Edward Simpson Barkdnll. 

H. Parsons. 

Thomas Nelson BarkduU. 
( R. O. Cooper. 
( W. C. Hopkins, D.D. 

William C. Hopkins, D.D. 

George Thomas Dowling, D.D. 
Edward Simpson Barkmill. 

John F. Keene. 

Thomas Nelson Barkdnll. 
Ernest V. Shavler. 
W. H. Q. Lewis. 
Asa A. Abbott. 
A. Jones. 
John F. Keene. 
Joseph Baker. 

I Abner L. Frazer, Jr. 

1 Herbert Lee Gaylord. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Benson, Edward C, D.D., LL.D., Professor, 
Kenyou College. Gamtner. 

Brayton, Hooart Clarence, Painesville. 
Broadweil, Homer J., New Haven, Ct. 
Brown, Joseph A.. Cleveland. 
Davies, David Felix. Professor, (}ambl«;r. 
Dnerr, J. W. C, Ontario, Richland Co 
Hamilton, Moses, Bellevue. 
Hollister, 0. W^ Akron. 
Jones, Hosea W., D.D., Prof., Gambler. 
Mann, Austin Ward, Gambler. 
0*Meara, Charles. 



Osborne, Richard H. G., Morrisville, Backs 
Co., Pa. 

Peirce, WiUlam Foster, L.H.D., President, 
Kenvon CollM;e, Gambler. 

Rucker, Tandy C. 

Seibt, Charles Theodore, D.D., Professor, 
General Theolcwical Seminarv, New York. 

Seymour, Bdward, Ashtabula Hart>or. 

Shlemon. Isaac D., Gambler. 

Screibert, Jacob, Professor of Hebrew and 
Old Testament Exegesis, Theological Seminary, 
Gambler. 



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[1898. 



CLERGY IN CHARGE OP THE CHURCHES ON THE CONTINENT OP EUROPE, UNDER 
THE JURISDICTION OP THE BISHOP OP OHIO, AS BISHOP IN CHARGE. 



Adamson, William S., Nice. 
Alien, Henry Preeman, Lucerne. 
BlodgetL L. M., Nice. 
Caskey, Talimferro P., Dresden. 
Gordon, Percv, Geneva. 
Hayward, Richard, Paris. 



Morgan, John B., D.D., Paris. 
Nevin, Robert J., D.D., Rome. 
Skllton, John. Nice. 
Venables, Herbert A., Plorence. 
Van Winkle, Isaac, Paris. 



OKLAHOMA AHD IHDIAN TEBBITOBY. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 
Limits.— The Territory qf Oklahoma and the Indian Territory » 
Popalation : White and Colored, 290,000 ; Indians, 85,000. Area, 70,000 sq. m. 
Thb Rt.Rbv. Pbancis Kbt Brooke, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1893.) Beeideroe, Gnthrie,Ok. 
Secretary qf Convocation.— The Rev. Albert B. Nicholas, Gathrit*. 
Treasurer qf Convocation.— F. B. Lillie, Guthrie. 

StandingCommiaee.— Clerical, the Rev. Albert B. Nicholas, Pres.,- the Rev. David A. San- 
ford. Lay, Bon. C. M. Barnes, Sec.t Gathrie ; P. B. Lillie. 

OHUROH iNSTrrnnoNs. 

AU Saints' Hospital, South McAlester, I. T.—Supt., Mary Porsythe. M.D. Chaplain, the 
Rev. Clarence E. Brandt. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch, [Organised 18M.] Sec., Mrs. P. K. Brooke, Guthrie. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Missions. . . . 
Unorganized Missions . 



Confirmations 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers . 
Sunday School Scholars. . 
Cbntributions 



1S96. 


1897. 


9 


9 


"is 


**i8 


18 


18 


18 


HO 


m 


108 


81 


66 


666 


608 


63 


65 


866 


897 


$8,190 


$5,263 



The 4th Annual Convocation will be held in S. Paul's Church, Oklahoma City, October 4. 

THB OLBROT. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH, TRINITY CHURCH (com. 79), GUTHRIE. 
Sector.— The Bishop. 
Priest.— The Rev. Albert B. Nicholas. 



PARISHES AMD MISSIONS. 


CHUBCHBS AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Alva 


OKLAHOMA 


TERRITORY. 

K 


Lewis Laidlaw Swan.* 


Anadarko 


- R. .. 


David A. San ford. 


Chandler 


S. Stephen 


12.... 

4.... 


Albert B. Nicholas. 


Darlington 


\ David A. Sanford. 
1 David P. Oakerheater. 
i 


El Reno 


Christ 

8. Matthew 


28.... 

- 12 .. 


Enid 


VTheophilus J. Brookes. 


Port Reno 


10.... 


Port Sill 


16.... 


David A. Sanford. 


Kingfisher 


6... 




Newkirk 


, 4 .. 




Norman 


8. John 

S. Thomas 


10.... 

15... 

1'.'.... 


Arthur Van Camp Prancis. 
Theophilus J. Brookes. 
David A. Sanford. 


North Enid 


Okarehe 


Oklahoma City 


S.Paul 


47.... 


Af^hurVan Camp Francis. 



* Officiating under license. 



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197 



PARISHIS AND XIBSIONS. 


OHTmCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


cLineT. 


Pawhnska , 


18 .. 




Perry 


S.Mark 


10.... 

2.... 


Albert B. Nicholas. 


Seger 


Darid A. Sanford. 


Shawnee 


BmmanQel 


2... 




StUlwftter 


S. Andrew 


12.... 

8 


Albert B. Nicholas. 


Tecumeeh 




Woodward 


S.John 


7.... 


Lewis Laidlaw Swan.* 



Ardmore . ......•.....•...••• 


TNPIAN TERRITORY 
S.PhlUp 


20.... 

8.... 
12. . . . 

8.... 

7.... 

2.... 
35.... 
25.... 

8.... 
1» ... 
82.... 
18.... 
18.... 
26.... 


f 




David A. Sanford. 


Coalirate 


S. Peter 


Henry C. Shaw. 


Durant 




Hartshome 




j- Clarence E. Brandt. 


Kiebs 




Lehiffh 


S. Andrew 

Grace 


Henry C. Shaw. 


Muskogee 




Pryor Creek 




Purcell 


S. James 

All Saints 


Arthnr Van Camp Francis. 


South McAlester 


Clarence B. Brandt. 


Tahleqnah 


All Saints 




Vinlta. 




Wagoner 


S. James 











* Officiating nnder license. 
NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Lee, John N., D.D.,Wankegant 111. | Tyrer, A. H., Hamilton, Ont. 



OLTHPIA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Limits.— 7%a^ pari qf the SttUe qf Washington that lies to the west qf the Cascade Mbitntains, 

Population (1880), 228,086. Area, 24,880 sq. m. 



The Rt. Rbt. William Morris Barker, D.D., Bishop. 
Honse, Tacoma. 



(1801.) Residence^ the Bishop's 



Secretary qf Convocation.— The Rev. Prank H. Church, Tacoma. 
TYeasurer.—Tf. B. CoHman, C^ehalis. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Henry L. Badger, Pres. ; the Rev. D. Claiborne 
Garrett, the Rev. Frank H. Church, Sec. Lay, Bernard Pelly, George H. Turrell. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Anne Wright Seminary, Tacoma.— Principal, Mrs. S. K. White. 

De Koven Ball (for Boys), Lake Fl«r.— [Est. 1892.1 Principal, Mrs. D. L. Pulford. 

Fannie C. Paddock MemH Hospital, Tacoma.— {E^t. 1881.] Chaplain, the Rev. R. D. Nevius, D.D. 

Girls* Friendly Society in America.— <^o diocesan officers ; one branch.) Olympla : S. John's 
Church. Sec^ Mrs. R. G. O'Brien, 201 Union Street, Olympia. AssodaU for Conunended Mem- 
bers, Mrs. J. P. Hoyt, Olympia. 

** The Church Charity Association:' Seattle.— Pres., the Bishop. Sec., Charles McCatcheon. 
OperatiM the following Institutions : S. David's Hospital, Hoqulam ; S. Ellasabeth's Hospital, 
Sedro ; S. Lake's Hospital, New Whatcom. 

Woman" s Auxiliary, Diocesan 5ran<?A.— fOrganlzed Sept., 1881 J Annual meeting : time and 

Elace of Annual Convocation. Pres., Mrs. N. B. Whiteman, " The Klalto," Seattie. Sec., Miss E. 
I. Maynard, 807 North I Street, Tacoma. Treas,, Mrs. H. M. Thomas, 606 North I Street, 
Tacoma. 



Diocesan Paper.— '•'^ The Olympia Churchman,' Tacoma. Editors, the Bishop^and the Jtev. 
Frank H. Church. n:..,.^ v... ( ,OOq[e 



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STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Chnrch Edifices 

Organised Parishes and Missions (_ 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions ) 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars ^ 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



26 


20 


"89 


"40 


58 


56 


844 


846 


210 


182 


2,622 


2,421 


280 


199 


2,188 


1,886 


$88,566 


$87,120 



The 18th Annual Convocation will meet when and where the Bishop shall appoint 



THB OLBRGT. 



The Bishop. 

Bishop^i EoDomlMng Cht^aUdng.—The Rev. R. D. 
Gowen, the Rev. Lucius W. Applegate. 



Nevius, D.D., the Rev. Ilerbert Henry 



PARISHBS AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHKS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


OLSBOT. 


Aberdeen 


S. Andrew 


88.... 


Harry Steele. 
W. J. Dickson. 


Anacortes 


Christ 


fin 


Auburn 


15 . 


Lionel Audibert Wye. 
W. J Dickron 


Avon s.. .... 


Ascension 

S.Stephen 

Christ 


7.... 

87... 

29.... 

18.... 


Ballaid 


P. Edward flyland. 


Blaine 


Buckley 




Bncoda. ... 


Christ 


6... 


Alfred H. Wheeler. 


Burlington 


S.Mark 


W. J. Dickson. 


Carbonado 


- TS... 




Centralia 


S.John 

Epiphany 


;:;;;::; 24;::: 


) 


Obehrilf 


/-Alfred H Wheelar. 


Claqunto 




ICuRf Snnfifl 


Emmanuel 


68.... 

12.... 


W. J. Dickson. 


Blma. 




Everett 


Trinity 


Ki 


C. J. Brenton. 


Fairfaaven 


S.James 


Mark Jukes. 


Hamilton 


S. Andrew 

S. David 

S.James 

All Saints 


29.... 

24.... 

29.... 

18.... 


W. J. Dickson. 


Hoqniam , 


Harry Steele. 


K^t 

La Conner 


Lionel Audibert Wye. 
W. J. Dickson. 


Larchmont. .... 


All Saints 


18.... 


James Cheal. 


Montesano 

Mount Vernon 

New Whatcom 


Holv Trinity 

s: Paul ;;:;;;:;;:;;: 

S.Mark 


18.... 

40.... 

80 ... 

12.... 


W. J. Dickson. 
Mark Jukes. 


Ocosta 




Olympia 


S. John 


ftr. 


Henry L. Badger. 
Lionel Audibert Wye. 


OrillU 


....:: 6.... 


Orting 


6 - 


PortAngeles 

Port Townsend 


S. Andrew 

S.Paul 

S. James..... 


21.... 

127.... 


Brookes 0. Baker.* 


Porter 




Pnyallup 


Christ 

S. Clement 

S.Mark 

S.Paul 


8.... 

100.... 

670.... 

. .. 80.. 


Edward Davis. 


Seattle....::::;;.:;::::: :::: 


George Bnzselle. 


4« 


John P. D. Llwyd. 


14 


Lionel Audibert Wye. 


" (Woodland Parte) 


S.Mary 

Trinity 

S.David 


::::;:;;i5o:::; 

«!.... 

10.... 


f Herbert Henry Govcn. 


Sedro ;.. 


W.J. Dickson. 


Skagit Co 




Snohomish 

South Bend 


S.John 

S.John 


24. .. 


C. J. Brenton. 
Alfred H. Wheeler. 









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PABISHS8 AND MU8ION8. 


CHUBCHU AMD OOMMUHIOANTS. 


CLMBQT. 


South Prairie 


28... 




Ta4!Oinft ,...,. ,t. . 


Grace 

Holy Communion 

9. AndTow 


24.... 

61.... 

. . 28 .. 


Bdward Davis. 




R. D. Kevins, D.D. 




James (Theal. 


" (.Edison) 


S./ohn 

S.Luke 


20.... 

150.... 


Edward Davis. 




Frank H. Church. 




8. Peter 

Trinity 

S.Luke 


88.... 

216.... 

86.... 

11.... 


James Cheal. 


Vancouver! ! .','.... 

Vttuehn 


Henry Horace Clapham. 
Charles W. DoBois. 


WIlkcBon 


8. Paul 


14... 











NONPAROCHLAL. 



Alexander, John B^, Tacoma. 
" »te, L. W., Tacoma. 



Applet* 
Campbell 



Campbell, Archibald John, Juneau, Alaska. 
Chase, Rufhs S., Stockbridge, " 



Cole, Hiram Holbrook, New York. 
Morris, John, Grand Mound, Wash. 
Parker, Alfred L., Seattle. 



DIOCESE OF OBEOOK. (A.D. 1889.) 

Population (1890), 818,767. Area, 96,274 sq. m. 

Thb Ht. Rbv. Benjamin Wibtar Mobris, D.D., Bishop. (1866.) BeHdence^ Portland. 

Secretary of OonvetUUm.—The Rev. William Edward Potwine, Pendleton. 

Treasttrer qf ZHoceee.—JajxieB 8. Reed, Portland. 

Standing Comn^Uee.— Clerical, the Rev. George B. Van Waters. Free.: the Rev. William 
Edward Potwine, the Rev. William Seymour Short. Lay, 8. B. Josephi, M.D., J. 8. Reed, H. H. 
Thornton, Sec. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

AseenHcn School for OiHe, Cove, Union CScmn/y.— "On the Samuel G. French Foundation.** 
A Day School Tor Girls. Principal, Mrs. Conklin. 

Oirl»' Friendly Society in America.— Aetociate for C&mmended Members, Miss EHse Mont- 
gomery, 251 Seventh St, Portland. 

Good Samaritan Hogpital,2Sid and LoveJoy Sts., Portland.Superintendent, Mrs. Emma Wake- 
man. Ti-eas., S. B. Josephi, M.D., Portland. 

S. Helen's Hall, St. Clair and West Main Sis., Portland.— Jl Boarding and Day School for 
Girls. iVindpo/, Miss Eleanor Tebbetu. 

The Bishop Scott Academy. \9th and Couch Sts., Portland.— A. Boarding and Day School for 
Boys. Principal, Joseph W. Hill, M.D. Mead Master, John W. Gavin. 

Woman's Aiiseiliary, Diocesan J9rayu;A.— [Organized January, 1882.1 Anuual meeting : time 
and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. A. R. Hill, Portland. Sec. and Treas., Mrs. Belle 
J. Sellwood, Bivhop Scott Academy, Portland. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^'^ The Oregon Churchman.'* Editor, the Bishop. 



Clergy 

Prie^ Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions * 

Unominlzed Parishes and Missions ) 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions....; 



1896. 



1897. 



20 


23 


"88 


"42 


42 


44 


244 


220 


240 


248 


2,789 


2,670 


286 


207 


1,808 


1,782 


$34,896 


$83,259 



The lUth Annual Convention will be held in June, when and where the BistiopLappQinta. 



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OEEGON. 



[1898. 



TBB OLBRGT. 

BISHOP'S CHURCH, 8. 8TBPHEN {com. 154), PORTLAND. 
Sector.— The Bishop. 
PrUsL—The Rev. tlohn W. Weatherdon. 



Plummer, the Rev. William Seymour Short. 


Daniel Edward Loveridge, the Rev. Geoige P. 


PAKISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHUBOHKS AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLKBOT. 


Albany 


S. Peter 

Trinity 

Grace 

Holy Innocents . . 


ao.... 

27.... 

1»7.... 

48.... 

8.... 


George P. Plnmmer. 
Isaac Dawson. 


Ashland 


Astoria 


[ WUliam Seymour Short. 


" (Upper) 


Athena 


William Edward Potwine 


Baker City 


S. Stephen 

S. John 


70.... 

88.... 


Harmon Chamberlain St. Clair. 




William Horsfall. 


Canyon City 

Chetco 


S. Thomas 


16. .. 


Harmon Chamberialn St. Clair. 
William Horsfall. 


Chicago 


S. Paul., 


George B. Van Waters. 
WUliam Horsfall. 


CoquiTle 


S.John 

Good Samaritan.. 
Ascension 


18.... 

49.... 

27.... 

80.... 


Conrallis 


George P. Plummer. 
Henry Harris. 

[William Horsfall. 


Cove 


Ciirrv Coantv 


Empire Citv .' 


S. Luke 

S.Mary 


22.... 

77.... 

7.... 


Eugene . .'. 


Daniel Edward Loveridge. 
[ WUliam Horsfall. 


Gardiner 


Gold Beach 




Grant Countv 


80.... 


Grant's Pasi^' 


83 


Isaac Dawson 


Hoppner 


80.... 


William Edward Potwine. 


Island City 


11.. 




Klamath County 


8... 




Ln Grande 


8. Peter 

Emmanuel 

S. James 

S.Mark 

8. John 


46.... 

89.... 

40.... 

85.... 

18.... 

14.... 




Marehfteld 


WilUam Horsfall. 


McMinnville 




Medford 


Isaac Dawson. 


Milwaukie 

Morrow and (lilliam Cos 


WlUlam R. Powell. 
William Edward Potwine. 


Newport 


8. Stephen 

8. CJlement 

S.Paul 


47.... 

22.... 

e5.... 

16.... 


Charles Booth. 


Oakland 


John Dawson. 


Oreeon Citv 




Pusfidtiin 


WUliam R. Powell. 


Pendleton 


The Redeemer... 
All Saints 


111.... 


j William Edward Potwine. 


Portland.... 


J Frederic Henry Parrar. 
John Edward Simpson. 
John W. Weatherdon. 


♦' (Uelffhts) 


Ascension 

Good Shepherd . . 

8. Agnes 

S.Andrew 

S.David 

S.John 

S.Mark 

S.Matthew 

S. Timothy 

Trinity 

Christ 

S. (Jeorge 

Christ Church . . 

S.Paul 

S. John 

8. Thomas 


.;■.'..!!;*.!*. 80.... 

.'.■.■.'!!.'.'!.'303.... 

18.... 

191.... 

87.... 

.'.*.'!.'.'".*.'458!!.'; 

45.... 

49.... 




James E. Barbour. 


(( 


Edmund Trew Simpson. 
James E Barbonr 


it 


" (East) 


George B. Van Waters. 




(i 


j John Edward Simpson. 
I Edmund Trew Simpson. 
Barnard Elliott Habersham. 
John Edward Simpson. 


PortOrford 

Roseburg 

St. Helen 


William Horsfall. 
John Dawson. 
George B. Van Waters. 
William B. Magnau. . 
William R. Powell. 


Salem 


116.... 

16.... 

87.... 

55.... 


Sellwood 


Skipanon 


William Seymour Short. 


Southern Oregon 


The Dalles..? 


S.Paul 

S.Paul 

S.John 


68.... 

22.... 

22.... 


Joseph De Forest. 
Charles Booth. 


Toledo 


Union 


Henry Harris. 
[ Frederic Henry Farrar. 


Wallowa Valley 


Weston 


All Saints 

S.Mary 


21.... 

12.... 


Woodbnrn 


Edmund Trew Simpson. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Cole, Thomas Lafayette, New York. 
Foote, George W., Santa Cruz, Cal. 



WUson, Thomas NeU. 



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DIOCESE OF PENNSTLTAiriA. (A.D. 1784.) 

LuciTS.— 7%« counties of PhUaddpfda, Delaware^ Chester^ Montgomery^ and Bucks^ in the State 
qf Pmnsylvania. 

Population (1890), 1,404,929. Area, 2,119 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rbt. Ozi William Whitakkb, D.D., Bishop. (1869.) Chnrch House, 12th and Wal- 
nut Streets, Philadelphia. Residence, 4027 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Secretary of Convention.— The Rev. Winfleld S. Bacr, Church House, 12th and Walnut Streets, 
Philadelphia. 

7W(»ur«r.— Benjamin G. Godfrey, Church House, 12th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia. 

Registrar,— The Rev. Samuel Fitch Hotchkin, Church House, 12th and Walnut Streets, Phila- 
delphia. 

C%aikJca>r.— William S. Price, 688 Walnut Street. 

Church Advocate.— lidcivLn S. Landreth, 609 Drexel Building. 

Standing Committee. -Clericals the Rev. Benjamin Watson, D.D., Fresj^ the Rev. Joseph D. 
Nowlin, D.D., the Rev. James De Wolf Perryj D.I)., the Rev. J. Andrews Harris, D.D., the Rev, 
James Haughton. Zoy, W. W. Frazier, .S^., 400 Chestnut Street. Phihidelphia ; John Ashhurst, 
Jr., M.D., James S. Biddle, George Harrison Fisher, John £. Baird. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Academy of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the City of Philadelphia^ Locust and Juniper 
-Wretfto.— rPonnded a.d. 1785.] Pres.. the Bishop. Sec. and Treas., 0. W. Hunter, 217 S. 8d 
Street. Head Master, W. H. Klapp, M.A., M.D., 1783 Pine Street. 

Bishop White Parish Library A^jioda/ion.— [Organized 1840.] Pres.. Mrs. George A. McCall, 
304 S. 10th Street Treas., Mrs. D. 8. Merritt, 1917 Spruce Street. Sec., Mrs. George M. Con^roe, 
1701 Spruce Street. Librarian, Miss Esther P. Aertsen, 140 W. Coulter Street, Germantown, Pa. 

Bish£p White Prayer-Book Society.— [Orgaxiized 188*.] Pres., the Bishop. Cor. and Sec. 
Sec., R. Francis Wood, 108 S. 4th Street. Treas., W. Beaumont Whitney, 714 Reading Terminal, 
12th and Market Streets. 

*' Burd Orphan Asylum of S. Stephen's Church, 63d and Market Streets, Philadelphia.''— 
TFounded 1866.T Warden, the Rev. S. E. Snively, M.D. In admission to this institution the orphan 
oaughters of tne clergy are preferred before all others. Applications for admission should be 
addressed to the Warden. 

Buttercup Cottage, Mount Airy, Philadelphia.— A summer rest for working girls, under the 
care of the Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd, New York. Pres., Mrs. George Woodward. Chapr 
lain, the Rev. Jacob Le Roy. 

Christ Church Hospital (a home for reduced gentlewomen), Belmont Avenue and 48th Street, 
Philadelphia.— [Founded a.d. 1772.] Chairman, Robert M. Lewis. 612 Walnut Street. Sec, R. 
Francis Wood, 108 S. 4th Street. Supt. and Treas. (to whom all correspondence should be 
addressed), G. W. Hunter, 217 S. 8d Street. Hon. Chaplains, the rectors of Christ and S. Peter's 
Churches. Minister in Charge, the Rev. Gideon J. Burton. 

Church Army, Philadelphia Branch.— Supt. 

Church Club. —The Church House, Philadelphia. Pres., George C. Thomas. Treas., John 
E. Baird. Cor. Sec., Ewiug L. Miller. 

^'•Church Home for Children,'' Angora, 68^ Street and Baltimore Avenue, Philadelphia.— 

SP'onnded 1856. lucor. 1857.] Chaplain, the Rev. Lucien M. Robinson. Sec., Miss Margaret New- 
n, 1510 Arch Street. Treas., Miss Harriet Blanchard, 1511 Walnut Street. 

Church Training and Deaconess House of the Diocese qf Pennsylvania, 708 Spruce Street.— 
Pres., the Bishop. Pres. Board of Managers, Miss Miury Coles, 2111 Walnut Street. See., Miss 
Anne N. Saunders, 1226 Locust Street. Treas., Miss Esther P. Aertsen, 140 W. Coul^r Street, 
Germantown. Houte Mother, MissC. H. Sanford, Deaconess. Address applications for admission 
to *' Admission Committee,'* 706 Spruce Street. 

" Churchmen's Missionary Association for Seamen of the Port qf Philadelphia."— \¥o\mded 
1847.1 Pres., the Bishop. Vtce-Pres., James 8. Biddle J[714 Locust Street. Mlss'y in Chief, the 
Rev. Francis M. Bnrch. Asst. Miss'y, the Rev. Frank W. Green. Sec., E. A. Souder, 502 Girard 
Building. Treas., Francis A. Lewis, 609 Drexel Building. 

aty Mission.— V' The Philadelphia Protestant Episcopal City Mission."]^ The Administration 
Honse, 411 Spruce Street ; Bell Telephone, No. 1167. The Bishop, iV^«. The Rev. Herman L. 
Dnhrhig, Supt. Effinffham Perot, Treas., 401 Market Street. Charity Intelligence Bureau, Gen- 
eral Charities, City Mission Directory, Central Sick-Diet Kitchen, 411 Spruce Street; Southeast 
Sick-Diet Kitchen, 1719 S. 9th Street : Southwest Sick-Diet Kitchen, 768 S. 19th Street ; Southwest 
Kitchen, Di«t, No. 2, N. E. 27th and Wharton Streets ; Northeast Slck-Diet Kitchen, 2540 Lee 
Street ; Northwest Sick-Diet Kitchen, 2089 Summer Street ; Italian Diet Kitchen, 1024 Christian 
Street ; Missions in Hospitals and Homes, Missions in Pri!«ons and Reformatories, Employment 
Register. 

Clergy Daughters' .FVnd.— ["The Trustees of the Clergy Daughters' Fund."] Board qf 
Trustees : Pres., the Bishop. Sec. and Treas., C. W. Cushman, 224 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

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202 PENNSYLVANIA. [1898. 

Divinity School in PhUacMpMay SOth and Woodland ul9«.— [Organized 1888.] (See ander Bdo- 
catioual Institaiioufl, p. 60.) 

Episcopal Sunday School A8soeialion.—Pr«9., the Biflliop. €k>r. See.^ the Rer. Hennan L. 
Dnhruig. Ttmb.^ Washington J. Pcale« 411 Sprnce Street. 

Evangelical Education Sod^tu.—i*'' The Evangelical Education Society of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Chnrch."] [Organized 186^.] OJlce, 1JW4 Chestnut Street. Oen. Sec., the Rev. Robert C. 
Matlack, D.D. Treas.t Alfred Lee. 

Female Episcopal Benevolent Society. ^Preg., Miss A. Tilghman, 1114 Olrard Street. 7Vya«., 
Hiss Jacobs, 620 Spruce Street. Sec., Miss Lydia L. Smith, 908 S. 18th Street. 

** Female Protestant Episcopal Prayer-Book Society qf i^mmrv/vania."— [Organized 1884.] 
Pres., Mrs. Qeorge M. Conirroe, 1701 Spruce Street Librarian ana Cor. Sec., Miss Alice J. Tay- 
lor, Bristol, Bucks Co., Pa. Treas.^ Mrs. Manning Kennard, 816 S. 16th Street. Bee. Sec., Mrs. 
Israel W. Morris, JK5 S. 8th Street. 

Girts' Frimdly Society in America.— (M parochial branches.) Pres., Miss H. J. Wright, 19ftl 
Arch Street, Philadelphia. Sec. , Mrs. Arthur Wells, 6858 Main Street, Germantown, Pa. Auodate 
for Commended Members, Miss Ellen Homer, 8716 Chestnnt Street, Philadelphia. 

Home for Consumptives.— Male, 411 Sprnce Street. Female, Chestnnt Hill. Both under man« 
agement of the City Mission, 411 Spruce Street. 

Home for the Homeless, 708 Lombard Street, Philadelphia.— Pres. Board of Managers, Mrs. A 
F. Lex. Treas., Miss Mary Blackiston, 2042 Cheatnnt Street, Philadelphia. Sec., Miaa Miller, 
2208 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

Home for Young Women, 2186 Fitswater Street. 

Home of the Merciful Saviour J&r Crippled Children, 4400 Baltimore Af>emte, West Philadelphia. 
— [Incor. in 1882 J Chaplain, the Rev. Robert P. Innes, 8810 Walnut Street. Secretary and 
Treasurer, Mrs. Robert F. Innes. Children taken mithont board or entrance fee. Supported 
largely by voluntary contributions. Trades given wtiere possible. Home not connected wiUi any 
parish. 

Hospital of the Good Shepherd for Children, Radnor, Bosemont P. O.— Visitor, the Bishop. 
Warden and Chaplain, the Rev. Arthur B. Conger. Treas., Harry P. West, 285 Dock Street, Phila- 
delphia. 

House qf Rest for the AgedjWayne and Lafayette Streets, Oermantown.—The Bishop, Pres. 
The Rev. John R. Moees, Sec., Wayne, Pa. The Rev. T. S. Rnmney, D.D., Vice-Pres., (ierman- 
town. S. F. Houston, TYeas., 807 Walnut Street. 77ie Woman's Board qf Managers : Mrs. I. 8 
Fogg, Pres., 1707 Arch Street. Sec., Mrs. James A. Bennett, 9088 W. Norrfs Street. 

Lincoln InstUution, 808 S. llth Street, PhUadelphia.-llncor. 1866.] Pres. Council, the Bishop. 
Vice-Pres.,M. T. Robert*. 269 8. 4th Street. Sec.. S. Bell, U. 8. Circuit Office, 9th and Chestnut 
Streets. Treas., H. L. Geyelin, 217 Olrard Building. Sec. Board qf Managers, Mrs. Bllwood 
Davis, 1818 Walnut St. TYeas., Mrs. Manning Kennard, 816 S. 16th Street. Rector in Charge, the 
^^v. Leveret t Bradley. 

S. Andrew's House, Race and 20th Streets, Philadelphia.— Jl boarding house for brotherhood 
men. 

S. Chrifftopher's Hospital for Children, Laiorence and Huntingdon Streets, Philadelphia.- 
Pre$., William B. Scott, Betz feuUdlng, Philadelphia. Treas., Edward A. Sibley, 186 N. 4th Street, 
Philadelphia. Sec, N. Dubois MlUer, 606 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 

S. James' Industrial School and MisHon, 2112 and 2114 FitMwater Street, Philadelphia.— See.. 
Miss S. Merritt, 1917 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. Treas., Mist MatgaretU Hntchinson, 1617 
Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 

S. Luke's Home for Aged Women, 1817 Pine Street, Philadelphia.— Pres., Utb. Wbl A. Incham, 
833 S. 16th Street. Treas., Mrs. Theodore FaselU, 2017 Pine Sti«et. Sec, Miss Emily A. Llppin- 
cott, 26a S. 16th Street. 

S. Mark's Home for Aged and Ir\/irm Women, 1428 Lombard Street, Philade^hia.— Bitten of 
S. Margaret In charge. 

S. Peter's House, Front and Pine Streets, Philadelphia. 

S. Timothy's Memorial Hospital and House qf Mercy, Roxborough, Philadelphia.— Chairman, 
Rev. R. E. Dennlson. Sec, J. Vaughan MerricK. Jr. 7>v(u., Charles W. Qinord, Roxborongh. 
Supt. and Chi^ Nurse, Miss Beatrice G. Cnnningnam. 

" Sodety for the Advancement of Christianity in Penneylvania."—Pres.,ihe Bishop, ex-qffieio. 
Treas., Qeone W. Hunter, 217 S. 8d Street, Philadelphia. Cor. Sec, the Rev. John K. Murphy, 
D.D., High Street, Germantown. 

The Church Dispenearu of Southwark, 1712 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia.— [Jncor. 1878.] Pree.t 
the Rev. Thomas L. Franklin, D.D. TYeas. and Supt., the Rev. Herman L. Duhring. Sec, Alex- 
ander C. Wheller, 1608 8. 6th Street, Philadelphia. 

** The Corporation for the Relief qf theWidows and Children of Clergymen in the Commvnion 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Commonwealth qf Psnneylvania."- Actuary and Treas., 
W. W. Montgomery, 209 Franklin BnUding, 188 S. 12th Street. 



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The Educatkmal Homey 4Wi and Greenway Avenue, PhiladelMa.—[Incor. 1871.] Jieefor, the 
Rev. Charles A. Maieon, 412 8. Broad Street. Aw. C&uncU, G. T. Roberts. 259 S. 4th Street. Sec., 
James W. Haalehurst, 829 Chestnut Street. Treas., H. Laussat Oeyelin, 217 Girard Building. Sec. 
Board qf Managers, Mrs. P. Fraser, 928 Spruce St. Treas., Mrs. R. Meade Bache, 44U0 SaDsom St. 

7!^ EUen BuUer Memorial Home/or CfenUewomen, 28 and 80 ffainee Street, Germantown, 

" The SpUeopal Tract Society qf PAWewWJpWo."- [Organised 1810.] Mies E. E. Wright, See., 
4808 Frankford Arenue, Philadelphia. 

** TKe Free and Open Church As«ociaHon.'''^Pres., J. Vanghan Merrick, Roxboroagh, Phila- 
delphia. Treae., Charles W. Cnshman, 224 Walnut St. Oeneral Sec., the Rev. John A. Good- 
fellow. Ofllce 01 the Association, 2853 B. Cumberland Street. 

** The ffoepUal (^ the Protestant Epiecopal Church in PhUaddnhia,'' Front Street and Lehigh 
Avenue.— {Incox. 1861.1 Free., the Bishop. Treae., William W. Frazier, Jr., 400 Chestnut Street. 
Sec., the Rev. Winfield S. Baer. ^tpt., Henry Sykes, M.D. Chaplain, the Rev. William W. Taylor. 

79ie Howe qf 8. Michael and All AngelM, 484 and Wallace Streets. Phitadelphia.— Tor the 
surgical treatment and the mental and religions and trade instruction of young colored cripples. 
[Incor. 1687.] Sisters of 8. Margaret in charge. All applications for admicsion lo be made to the 
sister In charge. Treas., William H. Lloyd. Sec, Samuel Williams, 220 St. Mark's Square. 
Chaplain, the Rev. Alden Welling. 

The House qf the Holy ChUd, 788 N. 45/A Street, Philadelphia,— A day nursery for the children 
of poor colored women. 

The James (7. Smith Memorial Home, Oakboume, Chester Co., Pa.— Under the City Mission. 

The Psnnsvlvcmia EpUepHc Hospital and Colony Farm.— Hospital^ corner qf Cherry and Clay- 
mont Streets, PhUadelphia.—Pres.,Y^harton Sinkler, M.D., 1606 walnut Street. Vlee-Fres., Robert 
C. H. Brock, 611 Bullitt Building, Philadelphia. See. and Treas., J. Howard Climenson, Haddon- 
fleld, N. J. Colony Farm, Oakboume, Chester Co. 

" The Sheltering Arms qf the Protestant Episcopal Church,*^ Til Franklin Street.— Sec, the Rev. 
Thomas J. Taylor, 411 Spruce Street, Philadelphia. TYeas., Orlando Crease, 1014 Chestnut Street. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— Annual meeting : third Tuesday in November, all day ; 
and two afternoon meetings, one during Epiphany and one in Lent, the Bishop presidingat all. 
Pres., Mrs. O. W. Whltaker, 4027 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. Sec., Miss Mary Coles, 2111 Walnut 
Street, Philadelphia. Oor. Sec., Mrs. T. K. Conrad. 1711 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Treas., 
Mrs. George 0. Thomas, 801 S. 2lBt Street, Philadelphia. 

Young Women's Boarding Home Association, 918 and 915 Clinton Street and 884 Pine Street, 
Philadelphia.— {Eet$h. 1866.] Treas.,Un. J. M. Bacon, 919 Clinton Street. Sec., Miss Mary Read 
Fisher, as S. 13th Street. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy. >••«.••••.••••*.• 


270 

10 

170 

126 

4,741 

2,673 

44,086 

8,474 

40,888 

154 

1,991 

$1,075,699 


281 


Priests Ordained 


5 


Chureh Edifices 


174 


Organised Parishes and Missions 


126 


Baptisms 


5,068 


Confirmed. 


8,971 


Communicants 


44,861 


Sunday School Teachers 


8,586 


Sunday School Scholars , 


41,124 


Other School Teachers 


147 


Other School Scholars 


1,741 


Contributions. , , , , 


$1,109,066 







The 114th Annual Convention will be held in S. Luke's Church, Philadelphia, on May 10. 



THE OLEROT. 

The Bishop. 

Archdeacon.— The Ven. Cyrus Townsend Brady, Chureh House. 

The Bishop^s MMmlning Ch(qaains.— The Rev. William Ely, the Rev. Rush S. Eastman, 
the Rev. Robert A Mayo, the Rev. Charles A. MaLson, D.D., the Rev. A. Augustus Marple, the 
Rev. J. Andrews Harris, D.D., the Rev. Lucien M. Robinson, the Rev. John Robert Moses, the 
Rev. William P. Lewis, D.D. 

Deans of (invocations.— Chester: The Rev. George A. Keller ; West Philadelphia : The Rev. 
Oharies A. Malson, D.D.; Norrirtown : The Rev. Edward W. Appleton, D.D.: Germanlcwn : Tl>e 
Rev. James de Wolf Perry, D.D.: Northeast Philadelphia : The Rev. H. Richard Harris ; NoHh- 
west Philadelphia: The Rev. Benjamin Watson, D.D.; Southeast Philadelphia: The Rev. 
Leverett Bradley ; Southwest Philadelphia : 



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fl898. 



PAHIBHIS AND MISSIONS. 


CHTROHKS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLKBOT. 


Ambler 




J Samuel Snelling. 
) Lyman P. Powell. 
Rush 8. Eastman. 


Andalusia 


Redeemer 


Ardmore 


S.Mary 

8. Asaph 


...160.... 
...ITO.... 


William W. Steel. 


Bala 


Charles Sanford Olmsted, D.D. 


Bensalem 




Bridgeport (Upper Merion) . . . 


Christ 

8. James the Greater 

Redeemer 

Trinity 

Trinity 

S.Luke 

8. Paul 


...166.... 
.. 255... 
...861.... 
. . 24.... 
... 2.... 
... 15.... 
...256... 


A. Augustus Marple. 
William Bryce Morrow. 


Bryn Mawr (Lower Merion) . . 

Buckingham 

Centre Hill 


James Haughton. 

James de Wolfe Perry, D.D. 


Chadd*8 Ford 




Cheltenham (P.O. Ashbourae) 


Edward W. Appleton, D J). 


Chester 


S.Luke 

S.Panl 

Church of the Way wide. . 

8. Stephen 

Trinity 

Trinity 

S.John 

8. John 

8. John 

Calvary 


...110.... 
...500.... 

'.'.'. 86'.'.'.'. 
...186.... 

... 65.... 

... 87.... 
... 65.... 

...283!!!! 


George C. Moore. 
Francis M. Taitt. 


Cheyney 


G. Heathcote Hills. 


Clifton HeighU 


Daniel M.Bates. 


Coatesville 

CoUingdale 


Thomas J. Garland. 
i Edwin A. Gemant. 
} Robert B. Burke. 
Simon K. Boyer. 
WUlis Hatfield Hazard. 

Herbert J. Cook. 


Compassville (Pequea) 

Concord (P. 0. Ward) 

ConcordviUe 

Conshohocken 


Dolington 


Edward Ritchie. 


Downlngtown 

Doylestown 


8. James 

S.Paul 

Christ 

8. James 

All Saints 


...126.... 
...181.... 
... 87.... 

,.'. to'.'.'.. 


Edward M. Jefferys. 


Bddingcon 


Geoi^e Abbott Hunt. 


Eden (Langhome Station) . . . 
Fallsington . 


Joseph T.Wright. 
WillCum White Bronson. 


FortWashlngt'n(Whltemar8h) 
Glen Loch (West Whiteland). 

Glen Riddle (Rockdale) 

Great Val. (P.O.Warren Tav*n) 
Gwynedd 


S. Tliomas 

S. Paul 

Calvary 

8. Peter 

Messiah 

Advent 

8. Mark 


....243.... 

... 54 ... 
....185.... 

... 17.... 

... 34.... 

... 51.... 


Samuel Snelling. 
Henry J. W. Aflen. 
(^leoigeR. Miller. 

John H. Converse. 


Hatboro 


Harry F. Auld. 


Honeybrook (P. 0. Cupola) . . 

HulmevlUe 

Ithan 


John HenrrBurton. 
Joseph T. Wright. 
Winfleld S. Baer. 


Grace 

S. Martin 

Our Saviour 

All Hallows 

S.John 

Advent 

Holy Trinity 

S.John 

S.Martin 

8. John 

S. James 

Christ 

Atonement 


... 66.... 

'.■.■'203!!!.* 
.... 87.... 

.. 35.... 

... 15.... 
.... 81.... 
....165.... 
.... 72.... 
.... 67.... 

... 30.... 

...207.... 
... 98.... 


Jenkintown 


{Roberts. Coles. 

fAlfredJ. P. McClure. 
James J. Creigh. 
Stanley F. W. Symonds. 
Lewis H.Jackson. 


" (Wyncote) 

Keltun (New London) 

Kennett Square 


Lansdale 


Lansdowne 

Liuwood (Marcus Hook) 

Lower Merion (P.O. Academy) 
LowerProvidence(Perkiomen) 

Media 


William T. Manning. 
GastavnsC.Bird. 
Henry A. F. Hoyt. 
Alfred J. Barrow. 
j A. J. Arnold. 
} Henry Page D/er. 
Stewart P. Keeling. 


Morton 


Newportville 


Ascension , 

S.Luke 

S. John 

All Sainte 

Holy Trinity 


... 7.... 
... 54.... 
..488.... 
... 86... 


Joseph T. Wright. 


Newtown 


Edward Ritchie. 


Norristown 


J Isaac Gibson. 

1 William Herbert Burk. 


" (West) 


" (Basf) 


Isaac Gibson. 


Norwood 


8. Stephen 

S.Paul 

Good Samaritan 

Ascension 


... 80.. . 
... 86.... 
....49.... 


T. William Davidson. 


Oaks (Upper Providence). . . . 
Paoll 


Benjamin J. Douglass. 
Edward Thomas Mabley. 


Parkesbnrg 


Thomas J. Garland. 


Philadelphia (York Ave., ab. 1 
Bnttonw'd8t.)f 
(18th & Dia-I 

mond Sts.). . f 
(Bristol Turn-] 

pike, n. Stev- ! 


Advent 

Advocate (Memorial) 

All Saints 


....325.... 

....801.... 

....105.... 


John Poyntz Tyler. 

j W. W. Silvester. D.D. 
) Alsop Leifingwell. 

Rush S. Eastman. 


euson'sLane, j 

Torresdale).. j 

*» (lath & Pitz-I 

water Sts,).. f 


All SainU 


....60U.... 


Robert McKay, D.D. t 



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205 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



CHURCHES AMD OOMMTTNICANTS. 



Philadelphia (Fraoklin St, f 
above Brown) f 

** (mh A Dia- I 
mondSts.).. ) 

" (Broad St., be- 1 
low South)... I 

" (17th & Sam- 1 

mer Sts.) . . . . f 

" (Colombia Ave. ) 
above 20th V 
8t,) ) 

** (68d A Market ( 
Sts.) } 

** Germantownl 
(ManhMm St. I 
A Pulaskir 
Ave.) J 

" (4l8t St., above t 
Brown) f 

" (8d A Clhurch) 
Sts.) ) 

" CPlne St. below » 
aoth) f 

" (Midvale A^ 
Belm*ntAv8.) J" 

" (6th A Venan- J 
go Sts.) f 

*^ Germantown) 

rrnlpehock'n S 
A Adams Sts.) ) 

" (JWthSt.A Oi-J 
rard Ave.).., ) 

" (BainVdgeSt., t 

above ^h)... f 

** Kensinetonl 
(Marib'roo^ 
St., above E. 
(JlrardAve.). . 

** Holmesbnrg 
(Prankford 
Ave. A Hick- 
ory St.) 

•• (Christian St., 

below 11th) 



:\ 



(88d A Cherry ) 

Sts.) r 

Movamensing ) 
(Cfatharine, y 
above 7th St.) i 

(Swanson St., ) 
below Chris- 5- 
tian) ( 

Kensington^ 
(Cumberland 
St., B. of )■ 
Prankford 
Ave.) J 

(12th & Cherry) 

Sts.) f 

(GKrard A I 

Leidy Aves.) f 
(Mt.AIrv Ave., I 

Mt. Airy).... f 
(2l8t A Chris- ) 

tian Sto.).... f 

(10th A Titan } 

Sto.) r 



AllSonls 848.. 

Annonciation 860. . 

Ascension 614. . 

Atonement 968 . 

Beloved Disciple 850.. 

Bard Orphan Asylum Chapel 85.. 

Calvary 888.. 

Calvary Monumental .'. 175 . . 

Christ 656., 

" (Hiapel 800., 

" Church HospitaU r, 
Chapei ...» '^'^•• 

Christ 115.. 

Christ 866.. 

Covenant ...811.. 

Crucifixion 810. . 

Emmanuel.. Sno . 

Emmanuel 210.. 

Emraanuello 282. . 

Epiphany ) 

" Chapel (■«»• 

Bvangelisto 212.. 

GloriaDel 897.. 

(jk>od Shepherd 858.. 

Grace 750.. 

• Chapel 184. 

Grace 220. 

Holy Apostles 1,07B. 

Holy Comforter (Memorial) ,606. 



Jacob M. Koehler. 

j Daniel Ingalls Odell. 
1 Albert Daniels Willson. 
j George Woolsev Hodge. 
I Louis A. Lanpner. 

T. Newton Stanger, D.D. 

(3eorge R. Savage. 

Summerfleld B. Snlvely. 

( James De Wolfe Perry, D.D. 
1 James Gdgers Mcllhenney. 

Jesse Higgins. 

( C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L. 
< Edward Riggs. 
( Prancis SteinmetE. 

Edward Riggs. 

Gideon J. Burton. 

j Thomas J. Taylor. 
1 Henry C. Mayer. 

j John Blake Palkner, DJ). 
I Charles Henry Amdt. 

( J. J. Joyce Moore. 

) Edward Green Hawkes. 

Henry L. Phillips. 



Dudley D.Smith. 



Arnold Harris Hord. 

Michele Zara. 

j Thomas A. Tidball, D.D. 
1 Oscar S, Michael. 

1 Henry R. Percival, D.D. 

\ Charles Wellington Robin i«nn 

Snyder B. Simes. 



John Alexander Goodfellow. 



( H. Richard Harris, D.D. 
< Charles Knowles Penney. 

( Charles Edward Spalding. 
Charles Edward Spalding. 

Simeon C. Hill. 
( Henry S. Gete. 
-( John Summerfleld Bunting. 
I William S. Neill. 
J William H. Graff. 
( (Jeorge Wharton McMullin. 



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PBNBTSTLVAMIA. 



[1898. 



PABI8HE8 AKD KI8SIONB. 



Philadelphia, West (48th & 
HaverTd 8U.) f 
(27th & Whar- 

tonSta.) 

*• Tacony(Wa»h. 
Av. n. Wi»»a- 
nomingSt.).. i 
'* (lUh St. & 

Snyder Ave.)!' 

(19th & Wal- 
nut Sto.)... 



(82d A Spruce 
Sts.) ^ 

West (4400 Bal- 
timore Ave.). 

(Hantlngdon & 
Fllhnore8ts.)f 

Branchtown 
(28dWard).. " 

(Broad & Jef- 
ferson Sts.). 

(19th & Lom- 
bard Sts.) . . 

PortRichmond 
(Thompson & 
£. Hantlng- 
don Sts.) .... 

(Broad & Fed- 
eral Sts.)... 

(11th & Mt. 
Vernon Sts.). 

Seamen's Mis- 
sion (Front & 
QneenSts.).. 

Falrmoant 
(22d&CalPw- 
hill Sts.)..... 

(Broad & Tioga 
Sts.) 

Boxbomngh 
(Ridge&Fair- 
thome Aves.) 

Olney 

" (8820 N. 1 
ad St.« Coop- r 
ervllle)....:. 

(8th St., above i 
Spnice) f 

West (88th & t 
Baring Sts.) . \ 

Hadd'g'n (65th > 

&flam1rnSt8.} f 

Ken8iiijg:ton(8a ' 
AD'phinSts.) S 

(20th & Cherry I 
Sts.) f 

Hanaynak 
(Centre St. I 
WabashAve, 



Holy Comforter 80. 

Holy Commnnion Chapel .... 185. , 

Holy Innocents 67. , 

Holy Spirit 150. 

Holy Trinity 1,008. 

** (Memorial Chapel)006. 
Home of the Merciful Saviour 87. 
Hospital Mission (Tbapel ... .4^. 

House of Prayer 158. 

Iiicamation 555. , 

Mediator 482., 



nk) 
i?e.)y 



(16th A Mifflin i 
Sts.) f 

(Femon St. & 
Pt. Breese 
Ave.) 



0HUBCHK8 AXD COMXUiaCANTS. 



Messiah. 



.164... 



Messiah 287., 

Nativity 612. 

Redeemer 248 . 

Redemption 241 . 

Resurrection 408., 

S.Alban 90. 

8. Alban 

S. Ambrose , 

S. Andrew 808 , 

S.Andrew (J29., 

S. Barnabas 102. , 

S. Bamabes 551., 

S.Clement 681. 

S. David 870. 

S.Elisabeth 809. 



S. Faith . 



William F.C.Morsell. 

j Henry S. (Jete. 
1 Wmiam F. Ayer. 

Louis R. F. Davis. 

San^nel H. Boyer. 

Robert A. Mayo. 
Levi B. Edwfltfds. 
James Fry BnlUtt. 
Robert A. Mayo. 

Robert F. Innes. 

John Pilkington Bagley. 

George Bringfaurst. 

i Joseph D. Newlin, D.D. 
Kenneth Sylvanus Guthrie. 
A. A. Rickert. 
Samuel Btherlngton Appleton, 
Charles B.MUnor. [D.D. 

Charles Lockwood Fulforth. 



Samuel R. Colladay. 
Llewellyn Neville Caley. 

Francis M. Burch. 

Thomas R. List. 
Joseph R. Moore. 

Charles S. Lyons. 

Samuel Upjohn, D.D. 

J Thomas J. Taylor. 
] Henry C. Mayer. 

( Wilbur F. Paddock, D.D. 
i John G. Bawn. 

Charles M. Armstrong. 
Samuel P. Kelly. 

James R. L. Nisbett. 

George Herbert Moffett. 

Brskine Wright. 

Walter Clayton Clapp. 

Charles Carroll Quin. 

Herbert Parrish. 

Francis A. D. Lannt, D.D. 

John W. Kaye. 

Maurice L. Cowl. 

William Leete Hayward. 

Frederick D. Lobdell. 

Alon£o P. Curtis. 

James Martin Raker. 

Harry Wood Black man. 

Thomas Bingham. 
William N. M^ickar, D.D. 



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207 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



PhUadelphiaWest (61et St. i 
AHazelAveO 

" (VenangoA 

Edgvm't Sts.) 

** (8Sd A Walnat I 
Sts.) 

'* Hestonville 

(52dSt.&Eer- ^ 
Shaw Are.).. 

** Kingsessing 
(Woodland 
Ave., above 
68th St.) 

" (Nicetuwn 

Lane, near 
Clearfield St.) 

** (Cemetery 
Ave. & Emer- 
ald St) 

»* N. Liberties 
(Brown St., - 
below 8d).... 

'* (Germantown 

Ave. A Sey- 
mour St.).... 

" (88th&Susquet 

hanna Ave.)., j' 

'' (39d & Hunt- 1 

Ingdon Sts.). ' 

*' (8d & Reed Sts.) 

** Spring Garden i 

(Franklin St., V 
above Brown) J 

*' (18ih St., below; 
Spruce) f 

" Germantown 
(Germ'ntown 
Ave. & Coul- 
ter St 

" Bnstleton ( 

(Welsh Road)) 

" (Locust St., I 

above iethSt.)f 

•• Frankford 

(Frankford 
Ave., near 
Unity St.)... 
•♦ (Oak Lane) . . . , 

*' Wlesahickon 

Heights (Wil- 
low Grove 
Ave. & St. 
Martln'sLane)^ 
Hamilton Vil- 
lage (Locust ^ 
St.above 89th) 
" Franclsvllle 

(Glrard Ave. 
A 18th St.)... 
(19th A Wal- 
lace Sts.) ... 
** Germantown 

(High St. near 

Morton) 

** (WaUace St., 

below 4«d)... 

(Third St., be- 

low Walnut). 



CHUBCUXS AND COMMIINIOAirrB. 



S.George 116. 

Chapel 54. 

S.James 861. 

S.James 270.. 

S.James 400 , 

S. James the Less 288. . 

8. John (Free) 290. 

S.John 192. 

S. John Baptist 291. 

S. John Chrysostom 17% . . 

8. John the Divine 36. 

S. John the Evangelist 8S2. , 

S. Jude 326., 

S.Luke 600.. 

S.Luke 730.. 

S.Luke the BePv'd Physician 07. , 

S.Mark 1,811.. 

S.Mark 1,259.. 

S.Martin 110.. 

S. Martin in the Fields 844. . 

S.Mary 678.. 

S.Matthew 473., 

S.Matthias 405., 

S.Michael 384., 

S. Michael and All Angels. . . 90. , 
S. Paul 70.. 



John Totty. 

i Joseph N. Blanchard, D.D. 
Horace Andrews Walton. 
Walter Lowrie. 

Henry B. Martin. 



S. Lord GUberson. 



Robert Ritchie. 



Robert H. Wright. 



Reginald Heber Barnes. 



Henry Riley Gnmmey, Jr. 

Joseph Sherlock. 

W. W. Silvester, D.D. 
John Moncnre. 

Charles Logan. 

I Leverett Bradley. 
I William Bower. 

I Samuel Upjohn, D.D. 
George Herbert Dennison. 

Samuel Fitch Hotchkin. 
r Alfred G. Mortimer, D.D. 

Stanley Frederick William 
Symonds. 

Nehemiah Dunham Van Syckel 

Shirley Carter Hughson. 

Warren Keifer Damuth. 

( John B. Harding. 
1 Robert BeU. 

Walter Jordan. 



Jacob LeRoy. 



( Thomas C. Yamall, D.D. 
t John Dows Hills. 

Robert W. Forsyth. 

Henry Anstice, D.D. 

( John K. Murphy, D.D. 

i William Ely. 

( Arthur Wilson Wilde. 

Alden Welling. 



William McGarve; 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



[1898, 



PARI8DB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Philadelphia, Aramingo 
(KensinetoD 
Ave. n. tfock- 

lusSt.) 

" West (4rth St. J 
& Kingses-v 
sing Ave.).. ) 
Chestnut Hill j 
(Chestnat V 
Ave.) ) 

" (Third & Pine * 
Sts.) f 

" Germantownl 

g^ayne Av 
arvey Sts.). ) 
(42d St. & Bal- \ 
tlmore Are.). ) 
(22d & Delan- 

cey Sts.) 

(»th St. & Le- 
high Ave.)... 
" Manaynnk 

(WissaJi'kon, 
Terrace, & 
Hermit SU.). 
'• (10th St., above I 

Chestnut St.) f 
»♦ Bridesbnrg) 

(Bridge &\ 
Melrose Sts.) ) 
(12th St.,below / 
Walnut). ... f 
*♦ Kox1>oroagh} 

OUdge Ave.n. \ 
Shnrs Lane). ) 
(Reed St., be- f 
low 8th).... f 
West (88th, ab. i 
Chestnut St.) 
'* West (Wood- 

land Ave., be- 
low 84th St.).. 
'* Soathwark 

(Catharine St. 
above 8d St.). 
" (Crescentville) . . 

(Oxford Road,/ 
near 2d St. J- 

Tumpike) ) 

" (8th St. A Co- \ 

lumbia Ave.) t 

Phcenixville 

I^lnmsteadville 

Pottstown 

Quaker Town 

Radnor 

llldleyPark 

Kockledge 

Kosemont (Radnor) 

Koyersford 

Hwarthmore 

Toddtown .. 

Warwick 

Wavne (Radnor) 

Weldon (RR.'sta*. Abingdon)* 

West Chester 

West Vincent 

Yardley 



CHURCUIS AND COMHUNICAMTS. 



S.Paul 148., 

S.Paul 289. 

S.Panl 287.. 

S.Peter 808., 

S.Peter 583.. 

S.Philip 269.. 

S. Sauveur 168.. 

S.Simeon 1,288.. 

S.Stephen 220.. 

S. Stephen 900 . . 

S. Stephen 88. . 

S.Thomas 891.. 

Timothy 594.. 

S.Timothy 187.. 

The Saviour 1,017. . 

Tranoflguration ^5. . 

Trinity 829.. 

Trinity 

Trinity 271.. 



Edwin James Humes. 



I. Newton Stanger, D.D. 



Zion. 



.357. 



S.Peter 140. 

HolySpIrit 7. 

Christ m. 

Kromanuel 37. , 

S.Martin 65. 

Christ 107. 

Holy Nativity 

Good Shepherd 170. , 

Epiphany » 80., 

Trinity 47. 

S.Mary 

S.Mary 28. 

S. Da^d 97., 

S.Mary 170. 

S.Peter 63 

Holy Trinity .501. 

8. Andrew 

8. Andrew , . 81 . . 



j J. Andrews Harris, D.D. 
) James Clayton MitchelL 
(Richard Henry Nelson. 
! Bernard Schulte, D.D. 
I C. P. B. Jeflerys, Jr. 
[ James Alan Montgomery. 
i Theodore Sill Rumney, D.D. 
\ Joseph Marchant Hayman. 

William Howard Falkner. 



Charles F.B.Miel, D.D. 
Florian Vurpillot. 
Edgar Cope. 
Frederick Alex. MacMillen. 



Blliston J. Perot. 

( Elwood Ernest Worcester. 

-^ Joseph L. Miller. 

( Summerfleld E. Snlvely. 

William Price. 



j Robert Evans Dennison. 
1 Franz Max W. Schneeweiss. 

WUliam W. Mix. 

i William B. Bodine, D.D. 
< Henry J. Beagen. 

/ Julius G. Bierck. 

William Henry Brown. 



Horace F. Fuller. 



V Linus Parsons Bissell. 

C. Campbell Walker. 

Edgar Campbell. 
George S. Gassner. 
Charles Lowell Cooder. 
George S. Gassner. 
Winfleld S. Baer. 
Edwin A. Gemant. 

Arthur B. Conger. 
Alfred J. Barrow. 
Henri M.G. Huff. 
William W. Steel. 
John Henry Burton. 
George A. Keller. 
John Robert Moses. 
Hugh q. Miller. 
G. Heathcote Hills. 
Edgar Campbell. 
Joseph Wood. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



209 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Arnold, Francis E., West Chester. 

Baker, A. G^eorge, Philadelphia. 

Baker, Lewis C, Philadelphia. 

Baldy, Hurly, Mt. Ainr, Philadelphia. 

Bartlett, Edward T.. D.D., Deau of Divinity 
School, West Philadelphia. 

Batten, Loring W. , Prof easor,Divinity School , 
Wej«i Philadelphto. 

Batterson, Uermon Q., D.D., New York. 

Belcher, Edmund Coles, New York. 

Bishop, O. Livingston, Philadelphia. 

Bolton, John. Philadelphia. 

Brinckloe, W. G. P., Eden. 

Brown, Henry, Chester. 

Bull, William L., Wh'tford. 

Barr, William Hndson, Philadelphia. 

Bnshnell, Francis TI., Philadelphia. 

Carpenter, JohJi Thompson, Backingham, 
Bucks Co. 

Cavanagh, William H., Germantown. 

Chase, Dudley, Chaplain, U. S. A. (retired), 
Philadelphia. 

Clapp, Howard S. 

Clark, Fletcher, Philadelphia. 

Clark, Frank Pinckney, Philadelphia. 

Cooper, Charles D., D.D., Rector Emeritus, 
Philadelphia. 

Corbett, Sidney, D.D., Philadelphia. 

Cowpland, Josnna, Vineland, N. J. 

David, Jnles Ernest, Asheville, N. C. 

De Garmo, Charles H., Philadelphia. 

Dnarte, Pedro, West Tampa, Pla. 

Du Bois, Henry Ogden, New York. 

Dnganne, James, Philadelphia. 

Duhring, Herman L., Snpc, City Mission, 
Philadelphia. 

Durante Joseph N., Barbadoes, W. I. 

Edwards, Robert A., D.D. 

Elwyn, Alfred, 1422 Walnut St.,Phlladelphia. 

Fair. John C. 

Field, George G.. Coatesville. 

Foggo, Edward Abraham, D.D.,Thl]adeIphla. 

Franklin, Thomas L., D.D., City Mission, 
PhlladelphU. 

FuUerton, George S., Professor, University 
of Pennsylvania. 

Pulton, John, D.D., Lecturer on Canon 
Law, Divinity School. 

Furey, John G., City Mission, Philadelphia. 

Gould, Ezra P., D.D., Professor, Divinity 
School, PhUadelphia. 

Graham, Richardson, Philadelphia. 

Greene, Frank W., Seamen*s Mission, Phil- 
adelphia. 



Heaton, William S., City Mission, Philadel- 
phia. 

Heysinger, John L., Morton. 

Hope, Robert. 

Hoskins. Leighton, Philadelphia. 

Hubbard, John P., Rector Emeritus of S. 
Matthew's Church. Philadelphia. 

Hubbell, Johnson, Philad('l|>liia, 

llutchinson, Thomas Poole, Philadelphia. 

Irvine, Iiigmm N. W, D.D., Philadelphia. 

Jaraes, Fleming, D.D., Philadelphia. 

Jennings. d'Estaing, Philadelphia. 

Jerome, John A., Philadelphia. 

Johnson, John Edgar, Philadelphia. 

Knii^hr, Edward G., Philadelphia. 

Latiicr. John Jabez. 

Latimer, tieorce Allen, Prot. Ep. City Mis- 
sion, West Philadelphia. 

LewiH, William P., D.D., Philadolpbia. 

i. ..|oy^ David H., Station i; i ; i<lel- 
phia. 

Maison, Charles A., D.D., Rector Emeritus, 
of S. James' Church, Kin^ssing, Philadelphia. 

Matlack, Robert C, DID., General Agent and 
Secretary of the Evangelical Education Society, 
Philadelphia. 

Maturln, B. W., Rome, Italy, 

Meigs, H. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 

Micou, Richard W.. D.D., Prof, of System- 
atic Divinity In the Divinity School. 

Millett, Daniel Caldwell. D.D., Rector Emeri- 
tus, Holmesburg. Philadelpnla. 

Morsell, William F. C, Germantown. 

Nock, Edwin James, Glassboro, N. J. 

Parker, Calvin C, Philadelphia. 

Prevost, Jules L., Missionary, Alaska. 

Robertson, William J., West Philadelphia. 

Robins, James W.. D.D., Merlon. Pa. 

Robinson, Lucien M., Instructor In Divinity 
School, Philadelphia. 

Rogers, George, Philadelphia. 

Rowland, Henry J., Philadelphia. 

Spear, John Newton, Reading, Pa. 

Stark, W. H., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Stevens, Robert Livingston. Vineland, N. J. 

Thomas, Richard N., Philadelphia. 

Tullidge, B. K., Philadelphia. 

Wallace, John S., Chaplain, U. S. N., Ala- 
meda. Cal. 

Watson, Benjamin, D.D., Rector Emeritus 
of Church of Atonement, Germantown. 

Watson, Edward Shlppen, D.D., German- 
town, Philadelphia. 

White, William Augustus, Philadelphia 



Clergy residing in the Diocese, but not canonically connected with it. 



Anld, Harrv F., of New York. 

Badger, William, of New Jersey. 

Blight, Robert, of Chichester. 

Chapman, H. P.. of Washington. 

Clat)p, Walter Clayton, of Milwaukee. 

De Learsy. Anthony Theodore,of Mississippi. 

Karcher, Jeremiah, of Delaware. 

Kendig, Daniel, Chap. , U. S. A., of California. 

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Lanpher, Louis A., of Connecticut. 

Lewis, Louis K., of New Jersey. 

Ouin, Charles Carroll, of North Carolina. 

Raker, James Martin, of Fond du Lac. 

Starr, W. C. of Delaware. 

Tortat, A. E.. of Central Pennsylvania. 

Trowbridge, Walter S., of Fund du Lac. 



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DIOCESE OF PITTSBirBGH. (A.D. 1866.) 

Limits .'^^ that pyrtion of the State qf Pennsvlvania lying vmt of the eatiern line qfths coun- 
ties of McKean, Cameroi.t Ciearjleld^ Cambria^ and Somerset. 

Population /1800), 1,706,983. Area, 18,600 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Key . Cortlandt Whitehead, D.D., Bishop. (1882.) Besidence^ Bishop's Honse, 
Shady Side, PittsbuiKb, Pa. 

Secretary of Convention.— ThQ Rev. T. Jefferson Banner, Pittsbnrgh, Pa. 

Treasurer of Convention.— K. J. Lynch, 438 Market Street, Pittsburgh, Pa, 

Chancellor.— M. A. Woodward, 98 Diamond Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Begistrar.— The Rev. Daniel Duroe, Pittsbnrgh, Pa. 

Standing Oommittee.— Clerical, the Rev. Robert J. Coster, D.D., i^w.y the Rev. Amoa Ban- 
nister, the Kev. Robert W. Grange, the Rev. William D. Maxon, D.D. Lay^ S. C. HcCandJese, 
B. M. Ferguson, H. W. Armstrong, O. C. Burgwin. 



OHUROH INSTITUTlONa 

Bishop Bowman Institute, 5^ Avenue and Dithridge Street, PitMurgh.—k collegiate school 
for young ladies. The Rev. Robert J. Coster, D.D., Beclor. 

Church Home.— "Sim. F. S. Bissell, Pres. Mrs. Anna Johnston, See. Mre. Arthur Holland, 
Treas. The Rev. T. Jefferson Danner, Chaplain. 

Girls' Friendly Society in America.— CSo diocesan officers ; no branches.) UnattaehMd Asso- 
ciates, Mrs. L. M. Harding, Hotel Kenmsur, Pittsburgh ; Miss Forsyth, 294 Ridge Avenue, Alle- 
gheny. 

Prayer- Book Society qfthe Diocese qf Pittsburgh.— The Bishop, Pres. Mlis B. A. Adams, See. 
Miss C. Kerfoot, Treas. Miss J. Cuddy, Librarian. 

S. Margaret Memorial Hospital.— Henhen Miller, Pres. Wilson Miller, Sec. John B. Jackson, 
Treas. 

Trinity Hall, Washington, Washington County.— A boarding school for boys. W. W. Smltli, 
Bector. 

Woman'' 8 AuxUianj, Diocesan Bra»<?A.— [Organized January, 1881.] Annual meeting In No- 
vember ; also a semiannaal meeting. Pres., Mrs. Ormsby Phillips, 844 Ridge Avenue, 'Alleffheny. 
Pa. Cor. Sec., Mrs. George A. Gormly, Sewickley, Pa. Treas., mn. J. O. Slemmons, IMornt- 
gomery Avenue, Allegheny. * 



Diocesan Paper.—** The Church News.* 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


78 

4 
108 

124 

1,187 

946 

18,267 

798 

8,817 

$268,164 


71 


Priests Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 


108 


Organized Parishes and Missions \ 


69 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions J 

Baptisms 


47 
1,162 


Confirmed 


976 


Communicants 


18,464 


Sunday School Teachers 


m 


Sunday School Scholars '. 


8,872 


Contributions 


$282,666 







The 88d Annual Convention will meet in Calvary Church, Pittsburgh, May 11, at 9 a.ji. 



THB OLBRGT. 

Thb Bishop. 
Bishop^s ^asamining Chaplains.— T^orthem Convocation : The Rev. John^ Heber McCand- 

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PITTSBURGH. 



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leM, the ReT. Franklin Spencer Spalding, the Rev. Arthar H. Judge ; Southern Convocation : The 
Rev. Andrew D. Heffem, the Rev. Alfred W. Arundel, D.D., the Rev. Christian M. Young 
General Mlssionaiy.— The Rev. Lewis F. Cole, Church Rooms, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



PARISHXf Ain> MISSIONS. 



Allegheny (Union Ave.) 



Aschcroft. 
Bamesboro . . . 
Beaver Falls . . 

Bellevue 

BlairsvUle .... 

Braddock 

Bradford 

Brookville.... 

Brownsville... 

Butler 

Carnegie 

Charleroi 

Clearfield 

Conneantville 

Corry 

Crafton 

Driftwood 

Dubois 

Dunbar 

Eldred 

Emporium 

Erie 



orth and Alle* (, 
gheny Aves.).. ) 



Fairvlew 

Ford City 

Foxbuig 

Franklin 

Freeport 

Oeoigetown... 
Greensbnrg . . . 

Oreenville 

Homestead ... 
Hontzdale ... 

Indiana 

Jeannette 

Johnsonbnrg., 
Johnstown ... 



Kane 

Kinzua . . 

Kittanniug 

Latrobe 

LawHonham .. 

Leech burg 

Lndlow , 

Lundy's Line, 
McKoesport. . . 



Meadville 

Menailou 

Mercer 

Meversdale 

Miles Grove 

Monongahcla City . 

Mt. Jewett 

New Brighton 

Newcastle 

New Haven 

New Kensington. . 
North Bast 



S.Mary 271. 

Epipliany 86. 

S. Peter 88. 

Trinity 67., 

Ascension 255. 

Trinity 24. 

Christ 188. 

S.Peter 249. 

Atonement 45. 

S.Mary 33. 

S. Andrew 78., 

Trinity 82. 

Emmanuel 237 . 

NaUvIty 130. 

S. Chrysostom 

Our Saviour lOJ . , 

S.John 25. 

40. 



CHUBCHES Ain) COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ 236. 

Emmanuel 808 . 

Good Shepherd 



Emmanuel 104 . 

S.Alban 61. 

S.Mark 254., 

S.Paul 504. 

S.Paul 81. 

S.Mark 66. 

CTur Father 136. 

S.John 218., 

Trinity 30. 

S.Luke 85., 

Christ 127., 

S. Clement 81 . 

S.Matthew 120. 

HolyTriniry 60. 

Christ 36.. 

S. Stephen 40. , 

Trinity 85. 

All Saints 68. 

S.Mark 190., 

S.John 29. 

S.Luke , 

S.Paul 846., 

S.Luke 27., 

Holy Communion 23. , 

Holy Innocents 90. 



13. 



S. Matthew 

S.James 

S.Stephen 290, 

Christ 481 

Grace 13 

S. Edmund 42, 

Trinity 37 

Grace 47 

S.Paul 1^ 

17 



Christ 98, 

Trinity 261. 

Trinity 71. 



Holy Cross 74. 



Robert Meech. 

Howard Ernest Thompson. 

Jeremiah Cooper. 
Denis Moore Cann. 
Amos Bannister. 
George Gunnell. 

Conrad R. Bimbach. 
AugustUi* R. Klefler. 

i General Missionary. 
James McLaughlin. 
'^Illiam E. Rambo. 
Miles Standish Heminway. 
Frank Steed. 
John P. Norman. 
Denis Moore Cann. 
William Johnson. 
Walter Biddle Lowry. 
Frank Steed. 
General Missionary. 

John R. Wightman. 
AUeu Carrii^ton Prescott. 
James Marion Robertson. 

James H. Barnard. 
Franklin Spencer Spalding. 
General Missionary. 
Joshua B. Whaling. 
Thomas A. Stevenson. 
Arthur H. Judge. 
Francis Cope Hartshome. 
General Missionary. 
A. J. Fidler. 
William Johnson. 
William John White. 
Denis Moore Cann. 
Herbert Morison Clarke. 
Conrad R. Bimbach. 
James McLaughlin.* 

[-Francis H.Smith. 

John L. Taylor. 

Francis Cope Hartshome. 
Conrad R. Bimbach. 
General Missionary. 

John L. Taylor. 
William Johnson. 



George Sherman Richards. 
John R. Wightman. 
William Johnson. 

George William Preston.* 
John P. Norman. 
John L. Taylor. 
Arthur D. Brown. 
Hubert Hough Barber. 
T. S. Cartright.* 
Laurens McLure. 



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PAKI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Oakmont . 
Oil City. . . 

Osceola . . . 



Pardoe 

Pittsburgh (McClure Ave.)... 

'* Shady Side (Blls-i 

worth Ave.)., f 

" (East End) 

" (Hazelwood) 

" Mt. Washington J 

(Sycamore A y 

Bertha Sts.).. | 

" (Kuoxville) 

(9thSt.nearPennJ 

Ave.) f 

(Sixth Ave.) 

'* (Wabash Ave., ( 

West End)... f 
*' (Penn Ave. and I 

16th St.) S 

" (Butler &MainSts.) 

" Bloomfield (Pearl / 

St.) f 

(18th St.near Car-) 

son. So. Side) i 

(Oakland) 

" Laceyville (Rob- * 

ertoSt.) f 

" (cor. Grant and i 

Diamond Sts.) ( 

" (Homewood) 

(Esplen) 

** (Sharpsbnrg) 

(Sixth Ave.) 



Port Allegany . 

Red Bank , 

Ridgway , 

Rocnester 

Scottdale 

Sewickley 

Sharon , 

Smethport 

Smicksbnrg. . . , 

Sugar Hill 

Tarentnm 

Tidioute 

Titnsville 

TownvlUe 

Union City . . . . 
Uniontown ... 

Warren 

Washington . . , 



Waterford 

Wayne 

Waynesburg 

West Brownsville . 

Wllklnsburgh 

Youngsville 



CHUKCHES AND COHMUNICAKTS. 



S. Thomas 263. 

Christ 415. 

S. Lanrence 63. 

34. 

AllSalnts , 

Ascension 370., 

Calvary 800. , 

Good Shepherd 221. , 

Grace T9.. 

Incarnation 

S.Andrew 

S. Cyprian 46. . 

S. George 60. . 

S.James 178.. 

.John 333.. 

.Luke 387.. 



S.Mark 146. 

S. Matthew 35. 

S.Paul 80.. 

S.Peter 250.. 

S.Phillp 

S.Timothy 88., 

Trinity 47.. 

Trinity 614., 

S. Joseph 81. , 

S.Mary 75., 

Grace 93.. 

Trinity 54.. 

S. Bartholomew 39. . 

8. Stephen 139. , 

S.John 223.. 

S.Luke 177., 

S. Thomas 22. , 

Intercessor , 

S. Barnabas 62. , 

Christ 21 , 

S. James 150. , 

Cavalry 23.. 

S.Matthew 51.. 

8. Peter 178., 

Trinity 260. 

Trinity 156. 

Ascension 52 . , 

S. Peter 21. 

S.Michael 79. 

16. 

S.John 42. 

S.Stephen 183. 

S. Savour 30. 



Laurens McLnre. 
James H. B. Brooks. 

\ Jeremiah Cooper. 

I A. S. R. Richards. 



Robert W. Grange. 

J Willlflm D. Maxon, D.D. 
1 A. R. T. Truex. 
Andrew D. Heffem. 

Robert J. Coster, D.D. 



J. Crockar White, D.D. 



Thomas Hall Henley. 

William Thompson. 
T. Jefferson Danner. 
Daniel Duroe. 

Joseph Sheerin. 

fThe Bishop. 
William Bartlett Beach. 

Edward H. Ward, D.D. 

A. R. T. Truex. 
Thomas Hall Henley. 
Laurens McLnre. 
j Alfred W. Arundel, D.D. 
\ William Lane Hall Benton. 
Allen Carrington Prescott. 
Samson Dimmick. ' 
George Rogers. 
Arthur D. Brown, 

Robert A.Benton. 
SeaverM. Holden. 
John Heber McCandless. 
Samson Dlmmlck. 
General Minsionary. 
Joshua B. Whaling. 
General Mis^lonaiy. 
Henry Purdon, D.D. 
Walter Biddle Lowry. 
Harry Howe Bogert. 
John R. Wightraan. 
Arthur R. Taylor. 
Christian M. Young. 

Harry Howe Bogert 
Samson Dlmmlck. 
Christian M. Young. 
John P. Norman. 
Carroll L. Bates. 
John L. Taylor. 



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Barber, Joseph, Dubois, Pa. 

Bradln, Benjamin Muzzy, Orange. N. J. 

Brill, William Tlerkell, Pittsburgh. 

Coney, William. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cooper, Jeremiah. 

Dawson, William Francis. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

Jones, David. 

Mesny, Henry Walter Gandlon, Aldemey, 
Channel {slands. 

Raikes, Frederick W. Buffalo, N. Y. 
Stephens, Nassau William. 



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DIOCESE OF QimrCT. (A.D. 1877.) 

(PROVINCE OP ILLINOIS.) 

laniTs.-^AU thai portion qf the State qf Illinois lying west qf the Illinois River and La Sails 
County^ and south (f the counties qf Whiteside and Lse. 

Popolatlon, 600,000. Area, 18,700 sq. m. 

Thb Bt. Rbt. Albxandbr Bubobss, D.D., LL.Dm Bishop. (1879.) Residence^ Peoria, 111. 

Secretary and Registrar qf ConMn/ion.— The Rev. Edward H. Rndd, D.D., Knoxvillo, III. 

Treasurer.— T. B. Martin, Oalesburg, 111. 

ChtmceUor.—hnclMn Adams, Bock Island, DI. 

Standing Oommittee.— Clerical, the Bev. Charles W. Lefflngwell, D.D., Pres.: the Bey. Edward 



H. Budd, DJ)., Sec.: the Bev. Bichard P. Sweet, D.D.* ZayTs. w'. Ombb, C."fe. Chandler, H. A. 
Williamson. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Jubilee School.^Prineipalf the Bev. John Langley Whitty. 

Lindstty Church Homs^ Q;uincy. 

S. AIdah*s School^ KnoxviUe.— For Boys. Head Master, A. P. Noyes. 

S. Mary's Provincial School, A'mxrvi/^.— [Estoblished 186&1 Provincial Schbol for Girls. 
Rector, the Bev. Charles W. Lefflngwell, D.D. Chaplain, the Bev. Edward U. Bndd, D.D. 

Womem's Auxiliary, Diocesan BroncA.— [Organized September, 1887.1 Pres., Mrs. V. H. 
Webb, 990 Soath A St., Monmouth, HI. Sec., Mrs. Charles B. Chandler, 818 N. Madison Ave., 
Peoria, 111. Treas., Mra. W. H. Moore, Qolncy. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained .,^ 

Church Ediflces , 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions. 



Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers. . . 
Sunday School Scholars .... 
Industrial School Teachers. 
Industrial School Scholars. 
Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



81 


27 


6 


1 


40 


40 


86 


87 


15 


10 


200 


888 


208 


172 


8,011 


8,106 


147 * 


158 


1,268 


1,526 


16 


16 


185 


■ 185 


$84,690 


$46,880 



The 2l8t Annual Convention will meet in S. Paul's Church, Peoria, May 10. 



THB OLBRGT. 

THE CATHBDBAL CHUBCH OP S. JOHN (com. 829), QUINCY. 
Th> Bishop. 
The Dean.--The Very Bev. Walter Howard Moore. 



Bishop's Examining Chaplains. --The Bev. Charles W. Lefflngwell, D.D., the Bev. Edward H. 
Budd,D.D. 

Rural ZVan*. —Galesbnrgj The Bev. Weslev Hamilton Benham ; Peoria : The Bev. Sydney 
O. Jeffords; Bock Island : The Bev. Bichard J*. Sweet, D.D.; Qalncy : The Very Bev. Walter 
Howard Moore. 

General 3(issionary.— The Bev. William Francis Mayo, Peoria, 

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PABIBBVS AKD XISSIONS. 




CI.RRGY. 


Aledo 


Grace 14.... 

Grace 8.... 

S.James..... 82.... 

Zion 18. .. 


Jacob S. Chamberiain. 


Bowling 


Robert Percy Eubanks. 
William H. Clift. 


Bradfoi4 


Brimlleld 


John Langley Whitty. 


Bushnell . . 


S.Thomas . 16.... 

S.Matthew 10.... 

8. Peter 85.... 

S.Cyprian 41.... 

S.John 16.... 

23.... 


[ General Missionary. 


Cambridge 

Canton 


Carthage 

Chillicothe....: 


1 - 


Colchester 


I General Missionary. 


Cuba 


S.David 15.... 


Parmington 


Calvary 26.... 

Grace 195... 


1 


Galesburg 


Wesley Hamilton Eenham. 
Cari Nybladh. 




S. John (Swedish) 125 


Galva 


Holy Communion 17 


[ William Marcus Puree. 


Geneseo 


Trinity 12.... 

S.James 48.... 

S.Titus 27.... 

S.John 60.... 


Grigffsville 


John Knox Black, D.D. 


Hamilton 


Francis Allen Gould. 


Henry 


Philip K. Hammond. 


Jubilee 


Christ 42 ... 


John Langley Whitty. 
William if. Clift. 


Kewanee 


8. John 58 


Knoxvllle 


S.John 22... 


j Charles W. Lefflngwell, D.D. 
"i Edward H. Rudd, D.D. 


It 


S.Mary 71... 

S.James 26.... 

Christ 25.... 

S.George 46.... 

Zion 80.... 


Lewistown 




Limestone 


John Benson. 


Macomb 




Mendon 


Theodore A. Waterman. 


Moline 


Christ 40.... 


Robert W. Hewitt 


Monmouth 


Trinity 28 ... 

S.Mark 18.... 

Grace 40.... 


Victor H. Webb. 


Mount Sterling 


Cathedral Clergy. 


Osco 


WiUiaro Marcus Puree. 


Peoria 


S.Andrew 70.... 

8. Paul 557.... 

S.Stephen 49.... 

S.John 71.... 

Redeemer 19 

Zion 14.... 

Good Shepherd 189. .. . 

Christ 42.... 

Trinity 191.... 


Samuel Gardner Welles. 




Sydney G. Jeffords. 
John Knox Black, D.D. 


Pittsfield 


Pre-emption 


Robert Percy Enbanks. 
A. BaUey HUl, 


Princeton 

Providence 


Quincy 


William B. Corbyn, D.D. 
John Langley WnJtty. 
Richard F. Sweet, D.D. 


Robins' Nest 


Rock Island 


Rozetta 


All Saints 12.... 

ChrilPt 9.... 

S.Jude 96.-.. 

8.... 


Victor H. Webb. 


Rnshville 




Tiskilwa 

Toulon 


A. Bailey HiU. 
William Richmond. 


Wady Petra 


Messiah 11... 

S.Panl 78.... 

Emmannel 90.... 

S. Luke 20.... 


Jacob 8. Chamberlain. 


Warsaw 


Francis Allen Gould. 


Woodhull 


Cari Nybladh. 


Wyoming 


William Richmond. 









Grantham, Herbert A., Chicago. 
Newman, James, Cairo, W. Va. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

I Savage, Zachary Taylor, GriggBville. 



DIOCESE OF BHODE ISLAND. (A.D. 1790.) 

Population (1890), 846,506. Area, 1,806 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Thomas March Clabk, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1854.) JResidmce^ Providence. 

The Ret. Wulliam N. MoViokab, D.D., Bishop Coadjutor Elect. 

Secretary qf Convention.— Tho Rev. Samnel H. Webb, Providence. 

Treasurer qf Oonvenlion.—J6b.Ti W. Augell, 42 Weyboeset St., Providence. 

SegUtrar,— The Rev. Frederick Bradford Cole, Wickf ord. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Daniel Henshaw, D.D., Prea. ; the Rev. Emery Himt- 
insrdon Porter, the Rev. C. A. L. Richards, D.D., the Rev. Georse McClellan Fiske, D.D. Lay^ 
John Nicholas Brown, John H. Stiness, Sec.; Rathbone Gardner, D, L. D. Granger. 

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OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

GirU* Friendly SoeUiy in America.— (^en parochial branches.) Free., Mrs. F. B. Bichmond, 
46 An^ell St., Piovldence. 8ec^ Miss A. W. Vernon, 199 William St., Providence. AaeodaU 
for Commended Memder$y Miss Elixa Collins, 12 Augell St., Providence. 

S. Andreio's Industrial School for Boye^ Barrington.— Warden^ the Bev. William M. Chapin. 

8. Elizabeth Homejttr Incurabke and OonvcUeecentt^ Atlantic and Melroee 81$.^ Providence. 

S. Mary*e Orphanage^ East Providence.— Warden^ the Rev. George McClcllan Fiske, D.D. 

WomanU Attxiliary. Diocesan BranoA.— [Organised Febroary, 1878.] Annual meeting: first 
Thursday in October ; time and place fixed by the President and Secretary. Pree.. Mrs. William 
Ames, 121 Power St., Providence. ^S^., Mrs. George J. Arnold, P. O. Box 56, Providence. Treas.^ 
Miss S. E. Andrews, 12 Green St., Providence. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy , 

Priests Ordained , 

Church Edifices 

Oixanized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions, 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sundav School Scholars , 

Contributions 




The 106th Annual Convention will be held in Trinity Church, NewjMrt, June 14, at 10 a.m. 



THE OIiBRQT. 

Thx Bishop. 



ter, 



Arehdeaeon*'^Tbi& Yen. WlUlam Packard Tucker, D.D. Besideneet Pawtocket. 

Bishop^ s EoBomining CKaplains.—l^e Rev. George L. Locke, D.D., the Rev. Alva E. Garpen- 
\ the Rev. William M. Groton, the Rev. Henry Bassett. 



PABISHBfl AND MISSIONS. 


OHT7NCHE8 AND OOMMTTNIOANTS. 


CLBBaT. 


ADDonauff 


8. Barnabas 


85.... 


Richard Henry Woffenden. 
William Pressey. 
Herbert Carlyle Dana. 
WUliam M. <5hapin. 

George L. Locke, D.D. 
William Ramsey Trotter. 
Arthur Rogers. 
Herbert Carlyle Dana. 


AsK„.::. .:;::;.:.;...::: 


S.John 


170.... 


Auburn 


The Ascension 


48.. . 


Barrington 


S.John 


128.... 


" (Drownville) 

Bristol 


S.Matthew 

S.Michael 

Trinity 

S. George 

S. Bartholomew 

S. Philip 

S.Luke 

S.Mary 

The Transfiguration ... 

S.Thomas 

S. Matthew 

Christ 

S.Peter 

Emmanuel 


;;.";;43o;;;; 

.....244.... 

'.'.'.'.'. 29!;;; 

189.... 

243.... 

194... 

83.... 

.... 72.... 

65 ... 

836.... 

79.... 

77 ... 


41 


Central BWls 


Cranston 


Crompton 


Lucius M. Hardy. 
Francis B. Whitcome. 


East Greenwich 


Bast Providence 


Charles H. McLane. 


Edgewood 


Charles D. Burrows. 


Greenville 


James W. Colwell. 


Jamestown 


Charlen E. Preston. 


Lonsdale 

Manton 


James V. Chalmers. 
The Archdeacon. 


Manville 


Albert Crabtree. 


Middletown 


S. Columba 

S.Peter 

AllSahits 


61.... 

104.... 


Henry Morgan Stone. 


Narragansett Pier 

Newport (Summer Chapel).. . . 

•^ (Spring & Dear- ( 

bomSts.) f 




Eimnumuel 


....896.... 


Emery Huntingdon Porter. 



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PABI8HX8 AND KIBBIOHS. 



0HT7BCHEB AKD COMMUNICANTS. 



Newport<Rhodel8luidAveM I 

near Broadway) f 

" (Washington and( 

WUlow8t8.)....f 

»* (Church & Spring) 

Sto.) } 

^ Pascoag 

Pawtncket 



Pawtnxet . 
Phoenix . . 
Pontiac^ . . 
Portsmouth . 



(South).. 



Providence(we8tmln8ter8t. I 

cor. Stewart).. | 
" (Eddy St. cor. ( 

Oxford) f 

»» (Potter Ave. n. I 

BlmwoodAve.) f 
" (WestminsterSt. i 

c. MatthewBon) f 
" (WeatmlnsterSt. 

A Broadway). 
" (North Main St. 

above Olnev).. 
** (Pomona Ave. ) 

c. Pemberton). \ 
♦» (Hayward ParkJ 

A Beacon Ave.)) 
" (BroadwayAJ 

Ck>nrtland).... f 
" (North Main St. J 

cor. Church)., f 
(Carroll St. n. * 

Orms) J 

" (George St. n. ) 
Thayer) f 

" (Donglaii Ave., 
Ea^ePark)... 

" (Benefit St. cor. 
Transit) 



Riverside.. 
SlatersviUe. 
Thornton . . 
Tiverton . . . 
Wakefield., 
Warren.... 

Westerly... 

Wfckford 

Woonsocket... 



( Pairmonnt) . . 



S. Geoige 194.. 

S.John 286.. 

Trinity 605.. 

Calvary 22.. 

Advent 116.. 

Good Shepherd 178. . 

S. Clara (Swedish) 90.. 

S.Paul 464.. 

Trinity UK).. 

Trinity Chapel 49. . 

S.Andrew 82.. 

All Saints 67.. 

S.Paul 67.. 

S.Mary. 118.. 

All Saints 479.. 

Christ 806.. 

Epiphany 846.. 

Grace 876. . 

447.. 

Redeemer 860.. 

S. Andrew 164. . 

S. Ansgarins 163. . 

S. James 888. . 

S.John 400.. 

S.Paul 167.. 

S.Stephen 757.. 

S.Thomas 266.. 

The Saviour 92. . 

S.Mark 100.. 

S.Luke 18 , 

Holy Nativity 80.. 

HolyTrinity 11., 

Ascension 158.. 

S.Mark 180.. 

Christ 261. 

S.Paul 182. 

S. James I ^014 

S.Andrew f^- 



Charles G. GUliat. 



Geoige J. Magill, D.D. 

, HerbertE.Bower8,D.D..LL.D. 
Edward Rogers Sweetland. 
Ai»aph S. Wicks. 
Benjamin Eastwood. 
John Elof Boodin. 
Marion Law. 
Frank Appleton. 
Charles Arthur Denfeld. 
Charles Albert Meader. 
Francis G. Williams. 
J. Sturgis Pearce. 
(George Herbert Patterson. 

j Daniel Henshaw, D.D. 

} Arthur M. Aucock. 

Samuel H. Webb. 

Henry Ba88ett,D.D. 

j Floyd William Tomkina, Jr. 
\ Jacob A. Eckstorm. 

Alfred Hodgdon Brown. 
Frederick J. Bassett, D.D. 
Joseph Melzar Hobbs. 
Erik Forsberg. 

Robert Benjamin Parker. 

; C. A. L. Richards, D.D. 
! Henry Bradford Washburn. 



George MoClellan Flake, D.D. 

Francis Milton Banfil. 

William Francis B. Jackson. 
^Walter G. Webster. 
Reginald Pearce. 

Charles A. Denfeld. 

Herbert A. Remick. 

[ The Archdeacon. 

William Sheafe Chase. 
Antbonv Colby Hardy, Jr. 
Alva Edwin Carpenter, 
j William M. Groton. 
) Qeom G. Daland. 
Frederick Bradford Cole. 

William Sheafe Ctiase. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Pier. 



Babcock, Charles Henry, D.D., Providence. 
Bennett, Richard Edmonds, Narragansett 



Benoit, Henry, Woonsocket. 

Bnckey, Edward L. 

Clark, E. Warren, Nashville, Tenn. 

De Wolf, Erastus, Providence. 

Diman, John B., Newport. 

Drown, Edward L.. Cambridge, Mass. 

Goodwin, Daniel, Bast Greenwich. 



Honeyman. Melvin, Convent Station, N. J. 
Johnes, Jonn Conwav. Newport. 
Murray, Robert, Waftham. Mass. 
Orpen, Samuel C. M., Providence. 
Peet. Robert B., Palo Alto, Cal. 
Phelps, Isaac Newton. 
Rice, Delancey G., Providence. 
Sears, Lorenzo, L.H.D., Providoice. 
Stevens, Lorenzo G., Providence. 
Wilcox, Ellery J., Providence. » 

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DIOCESE OF SOTTTH CABOUirA. (A.D. 1785.) 

Popalatioii (1890), 1,151,149. Atoa, 29,885 sq. m. 

The Rt. Riv. Ellison Capebs, D.D., Bishop. (1898.) Retidence^ ColnmbU. 

Secretary OT Council— TYiQ Rev. James G. Glass, Smnmerville. 

Treamrtrqf CkntnciL—F. A. Mitchell, Charleston. 

Registrar.— The Rev. A. R. Mitchell, Columbia. 

C/ianeell&r.—R. W. Shand, Columbia. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Charles C. Pinckney, D.D., Pren, ; the Rev. John 
4 Johnson, D.D., the Rev. John Kershaw, the Ven. A. Toomer Porter, D.D., LL.D., the Rev. 
Theodore D. Bratton. ioy, A. Markley Lee, F. L. Frost, Sec.; Edward McCrady, C. 8. Gadsen, 
A. C. Haskell. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Charleston Protestant Episcopal Female Missionary Society.— lYeas.t Mrs. Dehon. 

Church HomCy 27 Laurens St.* Charleston.— For Ladies in reduced circumstances, and Orphan 
Gh*ls. Pres.<, the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. Andrew B. Cornish. Treas.^ T. U. Waring, 
Charleston. Supt., Mrs. A. Wilson. 

Episcopal Female Bible, Prayer- Boot, and Tract Society. ^Treas.^ Mrs. M. B. Toomer. 

House of Best for Convalescents^ Spring and Ashley Sts.^ Charleston.— Chaplaifh the Rev. 
Andrew E. Comlsb. 

Porter Military Academy^ Charleston.— BectOTj the Ven. A. Toomer Porter, D.D. 

The Good Physician Hospital, Columbia.— Matron, Mrs. Frances Fulsom. 

The Protestant Episcopal Society for the Advancement cf Christianity in South Carolina.— 
[Incor. 1810.1 Pres., the Bishop. Cor. Sec., the Rev. Charles C. Pinckney, D.D. 

The Society for the Beli^ qf Widows and Orphans qf the Clergy, Charleston.— Pres., E. 
Harry Frost (Trustee for Fund for Relief of Aged and Infirm Clergy). 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan ^rancA.—rOiganized May, 1885.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention, but not invariably. When the convention meets where there are no 
parochial branches, the auxiliary remains in (Charleston, where there are six. Pres., Mrs. Robert 
Wilson, 79 Coming St., (Charleston. Cor. Sec., Miss Pinckney, 29 Legard St, (Charleston. Treas., 
Miss S. I. Lowndes, 136 Broad St., Charleston. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^"^ The Diocese." Editor, the Bishop. Published at Columbia, 



1896.* 



1897. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Ediflces 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions, 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Snndav School Scholars 

Contributions 



56 


54 


2 


2 


106 


106 


77 


77 


9 





287 


828 


854 


868 


5,458 


5,482 


285 


484 


2,295 


8,228 


$71,618 


$89,882 



The 108th Annual Council will meet in the Church of the Holy Communion, (Charleston, May 11. 
* No report from several parishes in union with the Council, one large jMuish not in union, and 
from several missions. 



THB OIiBRQT. 

The Bishop. 

Archdeacons.— The Ven. John D. McCollough, D.D., the Ven. William Baker Gordon, the 
Ven. A. Toomer Porter, D.D., LL.D. Of colored work, the Ven. Edmund N. Joyner. 

Bishop^s Examining CharOains.-The Rev. Charles C. Pinckney, D.D., the Rev. John John- 
son, D.D., the Rev. William E. Evans, D.D., the Rev. Theodore D. Bratton. 

Bishop's Secretary and General Missionary.— The Rev. William N. Tillinghast. i 

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PABIBHS8 AHD MISSIONS. 



CHUBOHSS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



AbberOle 

Adam's Ran (WUton).. 

Aiken 

Allendale , 

Anderson , 

Barnwell 

Beaufort 

BennettsvUIe 

Berkeley 

Black Oak 

Blacksbnrff 

Blackvtlle 

BlnflPton 

Bradford Springs 

Camden 

Charleston (71 Beaufain St.) .. 
(204 Rotledg© At.) 

" (lOOWentworih).. 

(N. B. c. Ashley i 

A Cannon Sts.) { 

** Hampstead J 

(John & Alex- > 

ander) ) 

(N.E. cor. Eliza- 
beth A Char-> 

lotte) ) 

♦• (14 Thomas) 

•» (8. E. cor. Broad I 

& Meeting)... f 

" Radcllffeboro* ( 

(laeComingSt.) f 

" (144 Church St.) . . 

Cheraw 

Chester 

Christ Ch. Parish (Berkly Co.) 

Clarendon 

CTolumbIa 

(East) 



Trinity 80. 

Christ 84. 

S.Thaddeus 185 

19. 



Grace 61. 

Holy Apoetles. 29. 

S. Helena 106. 

S.Paul 12. 

S.John 28. 

Trinity 26. 

Atonement 21 . 

S. Alban 12. 

S.Luke Ifi. 

S.Philip IS. 

Grace 178. 

Calrary 76 

Christ , 



Grace. 



.441. 



Holy Communion 152. 

S. John*8 Chapel 120 . 



S.Luke 122. 

S. Mark 272. 

S.Michael 275. 



S. Paul . 



.800. 



'* (Arsenal Hill). 

" (Sumter St.).. 

Darlington 

Easley 

Edgefield 

Edisto Island. 

Florence 

Ga£fney CJlty 

Ctooi^town 

Glenn Springs 

GrahamviUe 

Granite vllle 

GreenTille 



S.Philip 350.. 

S.David 84.. 

Mark 21.. 

Christ C7. , 

S. Mark 30.. 

Good Shepherd 122. , 

S. Gabriel 

S.Luke 61. 

S.Mary 

S.Timothy 27.. 

Trinity 412. 

S.Matthew 40. 

2. 



Greenwood 

Hampton County. . 

Hsrdeeville 

John's Island 

Kaolin 

Kingftree 

Lancaster , 

Laurens 

Lexington 

Marion 

Mars' Bluff 

Ml. Pleasant 

Newberry 

North Santee 

Ochitee , 

Orangeburg , 



Trinity 66 

Trinity 42. 

8. John 87. 

Incarnation 4. 

Prince Geoi^, Winyah 102. 

Calvary 24. 

Holy Trinity 26. 

S.Paul 9. 

Christ 866. 

Grace 9. , 

Resurrection .. 6. 

All Saints 21. 

S.Edmund 9.. 

S.John 89. 

S. (reorge , 

S. Alban 20., 

Christ 14. 

Epiphany 21., 

AllSaInU 10. 

Advent 85. 

Christ 82 

Christ Church 64. 

S.Luke 20. 

Messiah 

6. 

Redeemer 45. 



Edward McCrady. 
James Maxwell Prinrle. 
Theodore W. Clift. 
S. E. Prentiss. 
William Thcodotus Capers. 
S. E. Prentiss. 
William L. Githens. 
Thomas P. Baker. 

Andrew E. Cornish. 
Richard W. Anderson. 
S. E. Prentiss. 
James Maxwell Pringle. 

William Baker Gk>rdon. 
B. N. Holllngs. 
Andrew E. Cornish. 

Charles C. Pinckney, D.D. 

Edward Lewis Goodwin. 

A. Toomer Porter, D.D., LL.D. 

Theodore A. Porter. 

Andrew E. Cornish. 



Robert Wilson, D.D. 

{ J. H. M. Pollard. 

) Isaac Pranklyn A. Bennett. 

John Kershaw. 

WUlIam H. Campbell, D.D. 

John Johnson, D.D. 
Thomas P. Baker. 
Benjamin Aliston. 
Jacob S. Hartzell. 
William H. Barnwell. 
A. R. Mitchell. 
John Baptist Mancebo. 

John Baptist Mancebo. 
A. R. Mitchell. 
William E. Evans, D D. 
James Mitchell Magruder 

Richard W. Anderson. 
Barnwell B. Bams. 
Robert Woodward Barnwell. 
Richard W. Anderson. 
John B. Williams. 
John D. McCollough, D.D. 
James Maxwell Pnngle. 
Theodore W. CUft. 
Byron Holley. 

Edward McCrady. 

James Maxwell Pringle. 
Barnwell B. Sams. 

RoberfWoodward Barnwell. 
J. W. Cantey Johnson. 
Wilmot S. Holmes. 
George E. Howell. 

James M. Magruder. 

Jacob S. Harizell. 
Wilmot S. Holmes. 

James Maxwell Pringle. 
JohnH.TilUnghast. 



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FABI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 



Pee Dee. 



Pendleton.. 
Port Royal . 
Bichland .. 



Ridge Spring 

Ridgewar 

RockmU 

Santee 

' Seneca 

Society HiU 

Spartanburg 

Stateburgh 

S. Andrew*8 Parish 

S. Lake*6 Parish 

S. Matthew's Parish 

8. Peter's Parish 

S. Stephen's Parish 

S. Thomas* and S. Dennis' ) 

Parish f 

SnlliTans Island 

Smnmenrille 



S.John 84. 

Zion 84. 

Grace 16. 

S. Stephen 81. 

Oar Saviour 46. 

S.James 84. 

Ascension 11. 

Trinity 18. 

Advent 180. 

Holy Cross 88. 

S. Andrew's Chapel 50. , 

10. 



Sumter.. 



Trenton 

Union 

Upper St. John's. . 

waccamaw 

Walhalla 

Walterboro' 



Wellford 

Willlngton 

Wilton 

Winnsboro' (Fairfleld.. 

Woodmir , 

YorkvUle 



CUUBCHSS AND COMMUNIOANTS. 



Prince Frederick 86., 

S. Peter 15. 

S.Paul 56. 

8.. 



88. 

Heavenly Rest 17., 

S.Stepben 17., 

14. 



56., 
188.. 



Holy Cross.. 
Bpiphany . . . 

S.Paul 

Barnabas 85, 

Holy Comforter 49 

S. Augustine 17, 

Onr Saviour 80 

Nativity 47 

Bpiphany 48 

All Saints SO 

S.John 88, 

8. Jude M 

The Atonement 87 

18 



S. Stephen 48. , 

Christ 48.. 

S. John 88., 

68. 

Good Shepherd 85.. 



{■ Le Grand F. Gnerry. 
O. T. Porcher. 

JohnH.Tillinghast 

Richard W. Anderson. 

Benjamin Allston. 

J. W. Cantey Johnson. 

William Theodotus Capers. 
Thomas P. Baker. 
Theodore D. Bratton. 
William H. Barnwell. 
J. H. M. Pollard. 



Thomas Tracy Walsh. 

Robert J. Walker. 

B. N. HoUings. 

James G. Glass. 

Richard W. Anderson. 
WUliam H. BamweU. 
Saunders R. Guignard. 

John W. Motte. 
Le Grand F. Gnerry. 
John D. McCoUough, D.D. 
Thomas Tracy Walsh. 
B. N. Hollings. 

O. T. Porcher. 

James Maxwell Prinze. 

Benjamin Allston. 

Richard W.^nderson. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Bellinger^Edmund Bdward« Walterboro*. 

Du Boee,Willi*m P., D.D., Prof., University 
of the South. 

Diiryea, Pbineas. Goshen, N. Y. 

Bdgerton, Bverett C, Aiken. 

Guerry, William A., Chap., University of the 
South, Tenn. 



Hay, P. D., Barnwell. 

Jarvis, Herbert M., Cheraw. 

Jenkins, Paul Gervais, Washington, D. 

Memminger, R. Withers, Charieston. 

Quarlee, J. S., Peake. 

Kathbon, Scott Bogie, Deposit, N. T. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 
Population (1890), 888,808. Area, 80,000 sq. m. 

The Rt. Ret. Wiluam Hobakt Hars, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1878.) UsHd&nee^ Sioux 
Falls, S. D. 

Secretary and Begigtrar.— The Rev. Walter James Wicks, Springfield. 
Tyea8urer.—T, H. Campbell, Huron. 
Chaneellor.—Uon. O. S. Gilford, Canton. 

Slandintf (kmwniU^. — Clerical, the Rev. John H. Babeock, Pret,; the^^ev. William 
Heavener Spariing. Lay, R. W. Folds, G. W. Lewis, See., Sioux Falls. 



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OHUROH INSTrrUTIONS. 

All Saints* School for Giris, Sioux FaUs.^Priticipaly Miss Helen S. Peabody. 

S. Elizabeth School for Boys and CHrls, Standing Bock Remrs. ^Principal, Miss Mary S. Francis. 

S, John's School for Girls, Fort Bennett. ^Principal, E. J. Warner. 

S. Mary's School for Girls^ Rosebud Agenaj.— Principal, P. H. Mugford. 

S. PauTs School for Boys, Yankton Agency.— Principal, Mrs. Jane F. Johnstone. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Organized November, 1886.1 Annual meeting: time 
and place of Annual Convocation. Sec., Niobrara Deanery, Miss J. B. Dickson, Sioox Falls. 
Sec. for the other Deaneries, Miss M. B. Peabody, Sioux Falls. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^"^ Anpao Kin,*' Indian paper, 


published at Cheyenne Agency. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


84 

"so 

116 

862 
254 

4,223 
262 

8,236 
$21,314 


86 


Priests Ordained , 




Church Edifices 


80 


Organized Parishes and Missions * 




Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 


r 


116 
889 


Confirmations 


4?2 


Communicants 


4,817 


Sunday School Teachers , 


} 8,180 


Sunday School Scholars. 


Contributions 


$84,813 





The 14th Annual Convocation will meet when and where the Bishop may appoint. 

THE OLBRGT. 

The Bishop. 
BISHOP'S CHURCH, S. AUGUSTA {com. 164), SIOUX FALLa 
Priest in Charge.— ThQ Rev. Thomas Legate Fisher. 
Archdeacon of Black Hills.— The Ven. George Garbett Ware, Deadwood. 
Sural Dtfan^.— Niobrara: The Rev. Edward Ashley; Black Hills : The Rev. George G. Ware. 
Bishop's Examining Chaplaine.— The Rev. John H. Babcock, the Rev. Joseph W. Cook, the 
Rev. Thomas Legate Fisher. 



PABISHBS AND MISSIONS. 



CHITBOHBS AND COMKUNICANTS. 



CLBBQT. 



EABTBBN AND BLACK HILLS DBANBBIBS. 



Aberdeen .... 
Brookings . . . 

Canton 

Carthage 

Chamberlain 

Deadwood . , . 

DeH Rapids. . 
Elk Point.... 
Flandreau . . . 
Fort Pierre... 
Gettysburg .. 

Groton 

Hot Springs . 

Howard 

Hurley 

Huron 

Lead City 

Madison 

Mitchell 

Parker 

Pierre , 

Rapid City... 



S.Mark 93... 

S.Paul 82... 

Holy Innocents 22. . . 

Grace 6... 

Christ 19... 

S.John 105... 

Living Water 45... 

The Saviour 88. . . 

Redeemer 28. . . 

S.Peter 8... 

Christ 5... 

Trinity 17... 

18... 

Trinity 48. . . 

Grace 12... 

Grace 86... 

Christ 132.. 

Grace 55... 

S.Mary 65... 

Good Samaritan 18... 

Trinity 87... 

Emmanuel 60... 



William Heavener Sparling. 

Thomas Legate Fisher. 

John H. Babcock. 
J George Garbett Ware. 
< W. H. Pond. 
T. H. Richards. 
Albert E. Fillmore. 
W. J. Vanix. 

George Alexander Cliambers. 
Edward Ashley. 
William Heavener Sparling. 
Arnold Lutton. 

William Henry Willard Jones. 
Frank Durant. 

Marshall Foster Montgomery. 
George Garbett Ware. 
William Henry Willard Jones. 

I Frank Durant. 

Qeorge Alexander Chambers. 
Amoid Lutton. 



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PABI8HB8 iJID MI88IOH8. 


GHUBOHn AXJ> COMJnnnOANTS. 


OUCBQT. 


Bed 

SCO 

Spe 


Held 


Trinity 

S.Andrew 


18.... 

16.... 

18.... 


William Heavener Sntrlinff. 


tiand 


JohnH. Babcock. 


BriiBh ..c 


J George Garbett Ware. 
1 Frederic North Tnmmon. 
Walter James Wicks. 


Insfleld. 




Ascension 

ft.Thf^mas 


42.... 

48.... 




PVederic North Tommon. 


^Hnn ' 




8. Paul...' 


88.... 


Albert B. Fillmore. 


Wateriown 


Trinity 


149.... 


Willimm Walton. 


Wai 

Wei 
W» 
Yai 


abay , . . 






t)8ter '.'..!'.' '..-""' 


S.Mary 

S.Lnke 

Christ 


11.... 

4.... 

185 ... 

NXRT. 

49.... 


William Hearener Sparling. 


onsocket 
kton . . . 




John H. Babcock. 




Jacob Dyk. 


irenne River Mission. ... 


NIOBBJLIU. T>BA1 

Asceneion 




It It tt ^ ^ 
*t t« tt 


Calvary 

Emmanael 


16.... 

88.... 




tt *4 tt 
tt tt tt 

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8. Andrew 

S.John 

8. Luke 

S.Mark 


29.... 

86.... 

11.... 

29.... 


Edward Ashley, 
-John Wahoyapi, 
and Indian Catochists. 


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8. Paul 


85.... 




tt 

Flandreaa . 

LowAr Rrnl^ 


tt «t 

tt tt 


3. Stephen.. 

S. Thoma« 

8 Mary .. . 


28.... 

71.... 

48.... 

65.... 

82.... 


7, J. y anix. 


Mission 


; liol y Comforter 

Holy Faith 




tt 


tt 






tt 


tt tt 


Holy Name 


12.... 


Lake C. Walker 


tt 


tt 

tt 

t4 


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;8. AJban 

S. Bamabay 


80.... 

67.... 

48.... 


luifl TnilUn CatrfH^hiStS. 


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it 


The Messiah 




f 


Holy Cross 


40.... 






S. Alban. 

S. Andrew 

S. Barnabaa 

S.George 

S. Jamea 


....87.... 
16.... 

.... 6.... 

16.... 

5... 






S.John 1 


Charles Edwin SnaTely. 


PiDeBidgeMlBsion. 


S.Jnlia 

S.Luke 

H.Mark 

S.Mary. 

8. Paul 

S. Peter 

S. Philip 

The Messiah 


..... 19.... 

26.... 

4.... 

18.... 

20.... 

20.... 

88.... 

.... 25.... 


Isaac H.TutUe, 

and Indian Catechitta. 


Pine Ridge Miaskm (Corn 
Creek District) 


Gethiieinane 

Mediator , 


11.... 

20.... 




S. Barnabfis 

The Inestimable Gift... 
Tniiitv 


25.... 

45.... 

11.... 


Joseph MarshaU, 
and Indian Catechists. 




Ephptiatha 

Mediator 


19.... 

86.... 






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tt 

tt 4 

tt 

tt 4 

tt 

tt 4 

tt 

tt 

tt 4 

tt 

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8. Matthew 






'Advent 

Calvary 

Epiphany 

Holy Innocents 

Jei»u8 

S. Andrew 

8. Barnabas 

S. James 


88.... 

42.... 

;.■.'.*! as!.*;; 

84.... 

82.... 


























Aaron B. Clark, 

William Sanl, 

and Indian Catechists. 


















8. John, 

S.Lnke 

S.Mark 

S.Paul 

8. Peter 


5.... 
















S.Philip 

S. Thomas 


28.... 

41.... 






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SOUTHEBN FLOBIDA. 



[1898. 



PARISHX8 AND 1II88ION8. 



Santee Mission 

It II 

Sifiseton Mission! V.'.'.V. 
It tt 

It II 

Standing Rock Mission 

ti II (» 

11 It II 

It II It 

Tankton Mission 

It It 

It 11 

YanlEtonnais Mission '. ', 



CHUBCHSS AND COXMUNICANTS. 



Oar Most Mercifal Saviour. .116. , 

Oar Blessed Redeemer 81 . 

The Holy Faltli 96. 

S. James 62. , 

S. John the Baptist 42., 

S.Mary 87., 

S. Elisabeth 145.. 

S.Thomas 84., 

S. John the Baptist 81 . 

S.Luke 17. 

OoodShepherd 46., 

S. Philip 88., 

The Holy Fellowship 207. . 

The Holy Name 91.. 

All Saints 13.. 

Ascension 24.. 

Christ 24.. 

S. John the Baptist 70. , 

S.Peter 14., 



, Joseph W. Cook, 
•William Holmes, 

and Indian Catechiats. 

John Robinson, 

Victor Renville, 

and IndiaD Catechists. 

P. J. Deloria 

and Indian Catechists. 

Joseph W. Cook. 
Baptiste P. Lambert, 
and Indian Catechisti). 

H.Bnrt, 
David Tatiyopa. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Potter, Charles Anson. 



SOUTUEBH FLOBIDA. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

LnnTB.—77iat portioned the State of Florida lying touth qf the wiUh Unet qf the eowUUs qf 
Levy, Alaehuay Putnam^ and St. John. 

Population, 140,000. Area, 87,849 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rby. Williak Crank Gray, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1892.) Beiidenoe, 
Orlando, Fla. 

Secretary.— The Rev. Gilbert Higgs, D.D., Key West 

7y«i«<r«r.— Frederic H. Rand, Sanford. 

BegUtrar.— The Rev. William H. Bates, Sanford. 

Chancellor.— Louis C. Massey, Orlando. 

Standing Oommittee.^ Clerical, the Yen. John Henry Weddell, the Rev. Charles M. Gray. 
Xoy, the Hon. E. K. Foster, Henry P. Bnrgwin. 

OHUROH INSTITUTION. 

Wonum^e Attidliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Organized 1898.1 Annnal meeting: time and place 
of Annnal Convocation. Prfs., Mrs. E. K. Poster, Sanford. Sec.^ Miss H. R. Parkhill, Fort Reed, 
Orange Co. TYeas., Mrs. B. F. Sperry, Orlando. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


27 

"46 

44 

16 

878 

184 

2,096 

129 

997 

8 

170 

$26,081 


82 


PiiestB Ordained 




Church Edi fices 


60 


Organized Parishes and Missions 


49 


Unorganized Pariehes and Missions 


29 


BaptisniB 


807 


Couftrined 


178 


Comma nictmts 


2,460 


Sunday Rchool Teachers 


166 


Sunday School RchohifS 


1,878 


Parish School TcachiTS 


.8 


Parish School Scholars 


126 


Contributions 


$20,161 







The 6th Annnal Convocation will meet on such a day in January as the Bishop may appoint, in 
8. Paul's Chnich, Key West. 



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223 



THB OLBRQT. 

Thb Bibbop. 
ArehdMeons.—ThB Yen. John Henry Weddell, Thonotosassa ; the Yen. Qilbert Higgs, D.D.« 
Key West ; the Yen. Benjamin F. Brown, Titasville. 

BUhop^t Examining CAap/oiw.— The Rev. John J. Andrew, the Rev. Benjamin P. Brown. 



PABISHSS AND MISSIONS. 


OHUBCHBS AMD COMMinnCANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Arcadia 


All Saints. 

The Redeemer 

S.Joseph 

Christ 

8. Jolrn 

S.Luke 

Holy Trinity 

Ascension 

8. Marie 

Holy Trinity 

S.Luke..... 


. .. 6.... 
.... ?8.... 

.... at.... 

.'.*;; »\\\'. 

.... w.... 
.... ao.... 

.... 12.... 
.... 84.... 
.... 80.... 
.... «.... 


Samuel C. Hodgman. 
Edwin R. Richardson.* 


Avon Park 


Bartow 




Braidentown 




BrooksvUle 


J. Neville Thompson. 


Cassia. 


WUliam H. Bates. 


Cheiwynd 


Joseph M.McGiath. 
Geoiige W. SoothweU. 
Benjamin F. Brown. 


Clear Water Harhor 




Conway 




Conrtnay 


Benjamin F. Brown. 


Dade City 


John Henry Weddell. 
C. W. Arnold. 


Daytona 


S.Mary 


.... «8.... 


De Land 


8. Barnabas 

Good Shepherd* 


.... 65.... 
.... 0- -. 


Henry W. Little. 


Dunedin 


George W. SouthweU. 


BanOallie 


.* 18.... 




Bden 


,.... 6.... 


Benjamin F. Brown. 


Bnterpriw . . . . t . . ^ « r ^f ^ , . ^ ^ . ^ 


All Saints 


.... 6.... 


Henry W. Little. 
James H. Da vet. 


Buetis 


8. Thomas 

Christ 


.... 1».... 


Port Meade 


Samuel 0. Hodgman. 


Port Pierce 


,... 7.... 


Benjamin F. Brown. 
[ WilUam H. Batee. 


Gabriella 




Glen Ethel 




Haines City 


S.Mark 


.... «... 


Samuel C. Hodgman. 
Benjamin F. Brown. 


Hobe 8oand 


7 


Lnvemess 




Inunokalee 




Henry Gibbs. 


Jensen 




[ Benjamin F. Brown. 


Jupiter 


8.. 


Key West 


S.Albsn 


.... 12.... 


8. Kerr. 






t( 




(.8. Kerr. 
rGUbertHiggfl, D.D. 


u 


S.Paul 

S.Peter 

S.John 


....286.... 
....274.... 
.... 14.... 




8. Kerr. 


Lake Buddy 


S.Mary 

All Saints 

S.Mary 

Bethesda.by-the-Sea... 

8. Edward 

S, Jame<f 


.... 14.... 
.... 28.... 
.... 18.... 
.... 12.... 
.... 6.... 
.... 69.... 


J. Neville Thompson. 
John Henry Weddell. 


LakfitMid 


lAk^ Miry 


William H. Bates. 


LakeWoith 

Lane Park 


James H. Davet. 


Leesbare 


Joseph M. McGrath. 


Lonswood 


Christ 

Good Shepherd 

S.Luke 

Trinity 

Grace 


.... 86.... 
.... 23.... 
.... 82.... 
.... 18.... 
.... 12.... 


[ William H. Bates. 


Maitland 


Manatee River 

Melbourne 


[ Benjamin F. Brown. 


Merritt 


Miami 


Henry Dunlop. 


Montclair 


S.John 


.... 19.... 
.... 12.... 


Joseph M. McGrath. 
James H. Davet. 


Mount Dora. 


Myers 


S.Luke 


.... 22.... 
.... 18... 


James D. Warren. 


New Smyrna 




Norcoossee 


S.Peter 


.... 21.... 
.... 18.... 




Oakland 




Ocala 


Grace ; 

S.James 

Grace 


....145.... 

.... 28.... 
.... 17.... 
18 


( Charies M. Gray. 
1 A. E. Jensen. 




Ocoee 




Oranse Citv 


Henry W. LltUe. 
Charles M. Gray. 


Orange Lake ... 


Trinity 

S.Lake 

8. John Baptist 


.... 23.... 
....105.... 


Orlando 


John J. Andrew. 




H. W. Greetham. 


Ormond 

Palm Beach 


S.James 


.... 14.... 


C.W. Arnold. 
Joseph N. Mnlford. 



* Officiating by permission. 



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[1898. 



PABI8HK8 AHD lOBSIONS. 


CHUBOHBS AND OOMMinnCANTS. 


OI^BBOT. 


Plttman 


8. John 


10. .. 




Plant City 


0.... 


John Henry Weddell. 
C. W. Arnold. 


Port Orange 


Grace 


86.... 

15..-- 


PortTiH?>pft. 


John Henry Weddell. 
James D. Warren. 


Pnnta Gknda 


87.... 


St. Francis 


12 


William H. Bates. 


St. Petenbnrg 

Sanford 


8. Peter 


40.... 


George W. Southwell. 
Harry Cassil. 


HolyOross 


110... 


Sanibel Island 


James D. Warren. 


Sebastian 




Benjamin F. Brown. 
Henry Gibbe. 


Seminole 


Clirist 

El Salvador 

S. Andrew 

S.James 

S.John 


W.... 

244 .. 

197.... 

.. DA 


Tampa (Wwt) . . 


Pedro Daarte. 




William Wilson De Hatt. 


It 


Matthew HcDuffie. 


«i 


Pedro Dnarte.* 


TarDon SDiimn 


10 ... 


George W. Southwell. 
John Henry WeddeU. 
Benjamin F. Brown. 




Trinity 

S.Gabriel 

Christ 


14.. 

88.... 

29.... 


Titasrille 


Wilhemsflnbniv. ............. 


John Henry WeddeU. 
John J. Andrew. 


Winter Park..; 


All Saints 

S.Stephen 

S. Joan 


Jto.... 

18.... 

26.... 


Yalaha 


James H. Davet. 


YborCitv 


John Henry Weddell. 
James H. Daret. 


Zellwood !....! 


S.James 


17.... 







* Officiating by permission. 
NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Baylisa, F. CeciU AsherUle, N. C. 
Beakman, John S., Halifax. 
Hall, A. Kinney. 
Hindiy, L. Fitc^ames. 



Johnson. John Ererett 

linn, John Bartow, Schenectady, N. T. 

Phelps, Lyman, Sanford. 

Ten Broeck, Henry H., Braidentowii. 



DIOCESE OF SOITTHEBH OHIO. (A.B. 1875.) 



LwiTs.— Ths IHoc€M comprises that portion oftMStMe of Ohio lyinq south <f Vie southern lins 
Jjoganiy Shelby t AuglaAte^ atid Mercer. 



of the counties of J^erson^ Harrison^ Tuscarawas^ Coshocton^ Knoxt Morrow^ Marion t Dhiont 



Population (1890), 1,772,818. Area, 18,260 sq. m. 

Tbv Rt. Rby. Thomas A. Jagoar, D.D., Bishop. (1875.) Residence^ Cincinnati, O. 

The Rt. Rkv. Botd Vinobnt. D.D., Bishop Coadjator. (1889.) Residence^ Avondale, Cincin- 
nati. Qjftce^ Episcopal Rooms, Mitchell Building, Cincinnati. 

S&cretary of the Convention^ Registrar^ and Historiographer.— *T\ie Rev. John H. Ely, Episco- 
pal Rooms, Mitchell Building, Cinchinati. 

Treasurer qf the ZXocwe.— Augustus N. Whiting, Columbus. 

ChanceUor.— 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Peter Tinsley, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. Frank Woods 
Baker, Sec. Lay, Larz Ajiderson, E. Morgan Wood, Henry L. Morey. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Girls' Friendly Society in America.— CSo diocesan offlcere.) Three parochial branches ; senior 
branch at Columbns, Trinity Church. Sec.y . Associate for 

Commended Members, Mre. A. N. Whiting, 66 South Third St., Columbus. 

Kenyan College.— {Ste Educational Institutions, p. 60.) 

The Church Club.^Pres., Charles W. Shortw Sec., Charles E. Comegys, Neave Building, Cin- 
cinnati. 

The Church Periodical aub.— Diocesan Correspondent , Miss Fay Neil, Indlanola Place, North 
High St., Columbus. 

" The Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Southern Ohio, for Children,''— Board qf 
Trustees : Vice-Pres. and Chairman, the Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese ; /Ste., the Rev. William 
C. Otte, 2349 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati. Board of Managers : Pres., Mrs. Henry Probasco, Clifton ; 
Sec., Mre. John W. Brown, Price Hill, Cincinnati. Cooperative Society : Pres., Mre. Georee East- 
man. Walnat Hills: SecUina Jane F. Careon, 218 Bodman Place, Mt. Auburn. Cincinnati, O., to 
whom all applications For patients are to be sent. Send money for Hospital and make checks 
payable to the B«v. William C. Otte, Treasurer, 2849 Eastern Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

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225 



The Society for the JteHefqf Widows and Orphans qf Deceased Clertfymen^—See. and Trtas.^ 
the Rev. Francii* M. H«ll, 72Liberty St., Cleveland. 

Woman^s Auxiliary^ Diocesan J9raA(;A.— [Organized 1876.1 Annual meeting : daj before Di- 
ocesan Convention. AIho, in November, a '* Conyocaiion " of the women of the Aoxiliary, at wUch 
the Bishop is present. Sec.^ Mrs. H ontgomery Rochester, 2711 Park Ave., CindnnatL 



Diocesan Poptfr.—" Church Chronicle." 
Rooms, Cincinnati. 



T. John H. Bly. 


Office^ Bpiscopal 


1896. 


1897. 


71 


67 


4 


2 


60 


60 


71 


78 


4 


7 


670 


778 


70S 


7»7 


8,810 


9,286 


656 


666 


6,889 


6,678 


$166,674 


$174,629 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organised Parishes and Missions . . . , 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions. . 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commnnicants. 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



The 24th Annual Convention will meet in Christ Church, Dayton, the date to be fixed by the 
Bishop Coadjutor. 

THB OUEIRaT. 

Trs Bishop. 

Bishop CdatUuio^'—^^ Rt- Re^- Bo^d Vincent, D.D. 

ArcAeteacon.— The Yen. George H. Edwards, 16 Morris St., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati. 

BiJihop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Charles L. Fischer, D.D., the Rev. Richard R. 
Graham, the Rev. Frank Woods Baker, the Rev. Julius W. Atwood, the Rev. F. E. J. Lloyd. 

Bishop^s Secretary.— The Rev. Elisha L. Norton, Episcopal Rooms, Cincinnati. 

Deans qf Ci>Rtwca/ion#. —Cincinnati : The Rev. Peter Tinsley, D.D. Columbus : The Rev. 
Richard R. Graham. Dayton : The Rev. Alexander C. McCabe. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Bellaire 

Cambridge 

Chillicothe 

Cincinnati (Park Ave., Wal- 1 
nat Hills) .... f 

*• (Riverside) 

'• (Clifton) 

'• (4th St between 1 
Sycamore & V 

Broadway) ) 

(Eastern Ave.) 

'* (Stanton Ave. i 

opp Locust St.) ( 

(Main Ave.,! 

Avondale) f 

(College Hill) 

** (Linwood) 

(Price Hill) 

" (Evans St., Mt.) 
Auburn) f 

" (Fern Bank) 

ti 

" (Flndiay A Bay-V 

miller St«.) ... f 

•• (TthAPlum Sts.). 

15 



CHURCH BS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Trinity 64.. 

S.John 61.. 

S.Paul 116. 

Advent 366. . 

Atonement 88., 

Calvary '. 175. 

Christ 490.. 

Emmanuel 152. . 

Epiphany 154.. 

Grace 180.. 

Grace 111.. 

Grace 28.. 

Nativity; 151.. 

Our Saviour 275. . 

Resurrection 125 , 

S.Andrew 65 , 

S.John 81.. 

S.Luke .* 178. 

S.Paul 770. 



John Thomas Foster. 
George Panll Torrence. 

Peter Tinsley, D.D. 

Edwin F. Small. 

I Alfred James Wilder. 
William Grossman Otte. 
(3eorge Newton Eastman. 

Dwight Steele Marfleld. 

John H. Ely. 
John A. Howell. 

James Dowdell Stanley. 

Arthur Conover Thomson. 
George Alexander McGuire. 
John A. Howell. 

Paul Matthewe. 

j Frank Woods Baker. 

I William Frederic Williams. 



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PAB»H1E8 AND MISSIONS. 


CHUBOHES AMD COXXUNICANTS. 


CLSR6T. 


Cincinnati (K i rhy R a d , 1 
North Side).... f 

(Liberty St.) 

CirclevlUe 


S.Philip. 

Trinitv 

S. Phflip 

Good Shepherd 

S.Paul... 

Trinity 

Christ 


200.... 

87.... 

W.... 

261.... 

218.... 

600.... 

406.... 


Charles G. Adams. 
Robert B. B. Poote. 


Columbus 


Richard R. Graham 


tt 


John Hewitt 


Dayton 


\ Julius W. Atwood. 

1 James Rockwood Jenkins. 

j Y. Peyton Morgan. 

1 Joseph Pacey Cleal. 




S.Andrew 

S.Mary 

S.Peter 

Zion 


ITO.... 

84.... 

17S».... 

55 


it 


Joseph Pacey Cleal. 
Sphraim Watt. 
Lonis Ernest Dnrr. 


Delaware 


Dresden 


Evanston 

Galena 


S.James 

Onr Saviour 

S.Peter 

Christ 

S.Luke 

S.Paul 

Trinity 


28.... 

80.... 

40.... 

124... 

12.... 

88.... 

156 


Elliot Howard Gllkej. 
Norman N. Badger. 


Galllpolis 


Glen^e 


Cleveland K. Benedict. 


GranvlUe 


Francis Burdeft Nash. 


Greenville 


Charles H. Lee. Jr. 


Hamilton 


Frederic E. J. Lloyd. 


Hartwell 


Holy Trinity 

S.Mary 

Christ.. 

Christ 

S.John 

Grace 


107.... 

68.... 

1(W.... 

15.... 

120.... 

18.... 


Hillsboro' 




Ironton 


William H. Hampton. 

Robert B. B. Foote. 

William Roderick McCutcheon. 


Kennedy Heighto 

I/ancftittpr^ , 


Lebanon 




London 


Trinity 

S.Matthew 

Holy Trinity 


85.... 

24.... 

..../. 64.... 


Stephen W. Garrett. 


Madison 


Louis Ernest Durr. 


Madlsonville 


D. W. Cox. 


Marietta 


s.Luk™::^:.:..::.:: 

S.Paul 

IMnlty 

Our Saviour. 


151.... 

60.... 

80.... 

28 


John Boyd, D.D 


Martin's Ferry 


William John WUliams. 


MoArthur 




Meclianicshure 




Middletown 


The Ascension 

8. Thomas 

Trinity 

Good Shepherd 

S.Mark .'..*!.*!! 


81 ... 

58 ... 

282.... 

15.... 

92... 

18.... 




Milford (Montauk) 


George B. Edgar. 


Newark 


Francis Burdett Nash. 


New Lexington 


The Archdeacon. 


Norwood 


John Haight. 


Oakley 




PIqna 


8. James 

Grace 

All Saints 

Christ 

Christ 

The Heavenly Re*t.... 
Trinity 

ItiSr"'::::::::::::: 

8. John 

S.Stephen 

S.John 

Ascension 

Christ 

Christ 


180.... 

70.... 

288.... 

92.... 

815.... 

114.... 

f5.... 

90.... 

48.... 

.*.'!*.!! 09.*!;*. 

78.... 

87.... 

67.... 

5 


Abdiel Rams^. 
John P. Ohl, D.D. 


Pomeroy 


PortsmouUi 


Joseph Dimkley Herron. 


Springfield 


Alexander C. McCabe. 




Walter Edwin Dakin. 


Troy 


James HenryYonng. 
David Cady Wright 
John F. Cadwallader. 


Urbana 

WaVnesville 


Westerville 




Winton Place 


Augustine J. Smith, Jr. 


Worthington 




Wyoming 




Xenia 


[ Isaac Tomlinson Bagnall. 


Yellow Springs 


Zanesville 


S.James 


808. .. 


Frank W. Bope. 







NON.PAROCniAL. 



Boyd, John Milton, Washington C. H. 

Fischer, Charles L., D.D., Prof.. Garobier. 

Guthrie, William Norman, Cincinnati. 

Henry, Francis A., Columbus. 

Howard, Arthur B., Cincinnati. 

L«wi8, John K., Chaplain, U. 8. N., Dayton. 

Lloyd, Thomas, Circleville. 



Lutz, Frank P., Gallipolis. 
Otte, William Crosman, ClncinnatL 
Ramsey, William T., Cflmbridge, O. 
Sturires, George B.. Guthrie, Ok. 
Walkley, Charles S., Chap., U. B. A., Ft. 
Harrison. Montana. 

Wright, Daniel Wilson, Worthington, Mase. 



DIOCESE OF 801TTHESH VntOnriA. (A.D. 1892.) 

LnnTs.— 7^ eouniUs of Aocomae^ NortMmpton^ Princess Anne, Nbtfolk, Nansemond, Isle of 
WighL Surry, Prince Oeorge, Sussex, Southampton, OreensviUe, Brunswick. Dinwiddle, Chester- 
fidd, Powhaian, Amelia, Nottoway, Lunentntrg, Mecklenburg, Halifax, Charlotte, Prince Edward, 
Appomattox, Cumberland, Buddngham, Nelson, Augusta, Highland, Bath, Alleghany^ Rockbridge, 



Elizabeth CUy. 



Population, - 



Area, • 



- sq. m. 



This Rt. Rev. Alfrbd Magill Randolph, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1882.) Residence, from 
NoremtMr Ut to July l^t, Norfolk ; from July Ist to November Ist, Casanova, Fanqnier Coonty. 

Secretary of CouncU.—Th^ Rev. Thomas Spencer, PetersboiiK. 
7Wa«ur«r.— Fortescae Whittle, Petersbnrg. 
Registrar.— YL. S. Thomas, Smithfleld. 
Chancellor.— Vf , W. Old, Norfolk. 

Standing Committee.— ClericaL the Rev. Theodore H. Careon,' iVw.; the Rev. Robert J. 
HcBryde, D.D., the Rev. John J. Lloyd, See. Lay, C. M. Blackford, R. Q. H. Kean, M. P. Barks. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Episcopal Female School, Chatham.— Principal, the Rev. C. O. Pmden. 

Episcopal Male Academy, Houston.— President, the Rev. J. O. Shackelford. 

S. PauPs Normal and Industrial and Educational School (for Colored Boys and Girls), Law- 
renceville.—Princ., Mrs. J. S. Rnssell. 

7^ Bishop Payne Divinity and Industrial School for Colored Students, Petersburg.- Prqfes- 
eors: the Rev. Clandios R. ECains, D.D., Principal ; the Rev. William A. Ratheifoord Goodwin, 
the Rev. John W. Johnson. 

Virgittia Female Institute, Staunton.— Princ., Mrs. J. K. B. Stuart. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesati £ran<;A.— [Organized 1808.] Annual meeting : time and place 
of Diocei*an Convention. Four prayer days : Eves of Epiphany, Annunciation, Transfiguration, 
and S. Andrew's. Sec., Miss L. L. Taylor, 159 Granby St., Norfolk. 



Diocesan Paper.—'' The Diocesan Journal,** monthly. Editor, the Rev. W. D. Smith, Norfolk. 


STATISTICS. 


1806. 


1807. 


•Clergy 


"*7 

'868 

848 

10,807 

1,047 

7,212 

86 

740 

48 

624 

$212,677 




Priests Ordained 


7 


Church Edifices 




Onranized Parishes sod Mission!* 




TJnorganiJced Parishes and Missioi^s ... 




Baptisms 


019 


Confirmed 


848 


Communicants 


11,817 


Sunday School Teachers 


966 


Sunday School Scholars .... 


7,919 


Parish School Teachers 


17 


Parinh School Scholars 


644 


Industrial School Teachers 


106 


Industrial School Scholars 


706 


Contributions 


$162,618 







The 6th Annual Council of the Diocese of Southern Virginia will meet in Staunton, June 9, 
at 10 A.X. 

THE OLERGT. 

Thi Bishop. 
Archdeacon for Colored If or*.— The Ven. James S. Russell, Lawrenceville. 
Bishops Examining Chqpk^ns — The Rev. Robert Gatewood, D.D., the Rev. Frank G. Scott, 



the Rev. William H. Meade, D.D. 

Diocesan Evangelist.— The Rev. T. Hugo Lacy, D.D., Lynchburg. 
Missionttry to Deqf-Mutes. —The Rev. Job Turner, Staunton. 

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SOUTHERN VIEQINIA. 



[1898. 



Accomac. . 



Alleghany . 



Amelia. . . 
Amherst. 



Appomattox . 
Aogasta 



Bath .... 
Bedford. 



Botetourt . . 
BrtmBwick. 



Backiugham.. 
Campbell 



Charlotte.. 



Chesterfield . 



Cumberland. 
Dinwiddle..'! 



BUzabeth City 

Franklin 

Greensrille..*.! 



WestRuMell. 
Botetoart 



Woodvllle . 
S.Andrew. 



Accomac 

«4 

S.George".*.*.*.*. 
Clifton Forge'. 



Raleigh.... 
Amherst . . 
Lexington '. 



S. Patrick . 
Augusta . . 



Bath 

Hamner. 
Heber... 



Lawrence Yille. 

8. Thomas 

Tillotson 



Lynchburg. . 



Moore. ... 

tt 
Cornwall. 



Dale 

Manchester. 
Leighton. . . . 



Bath. 



Bristol. 



Elizabeth City.. 

Franklin '.' 

tt 

Meherrin "..... *. 



POST-OmCB. 



Boloxam 

Homtown 

Jenkins' Bridg 
Accomac C. H. 

Onancock 

Puneoteagne . . 
Covington 



Longdale 

AmSiaC. H.. 



Pedlar's Mills.... 

Amherst 

New Glaegow.... 

Madison , 

Farmville 

Staunton , 



Staunton 

Warm Springs . 

Forest 

Bedford City... 



CHURCHES AND COM- 
MUNICANTS. 



Christ 6 ... 

S.Paul 6.... 

Emmanuel 81 

S.James 21.... 

Holy Trinity.. M.... 

S. George 86 ... 

Emmanuel 89.... 

S.Andrew 

10.... 

Christ I fc- 

S.John f ^^^ 

Elon i no 

S.Luke f **•••• 

Ascepelon 90. .. 

S.Mark 87.... 

Emmanuel .... 10.... 

8. Paul > 82 . . . 

Emmanuel., l-,,^ 
VeronaCha'lp^ •• 

Trinity 826... 

Christ 28.... 

S. Stephen.... 50.... 



148.. 



Fincastle 

Eagle Rock . . . 

Buchanan 

Lawrenceville.... 



Diamond Grove. 
SturgeonvUle. . . . 

Bro^nax 

Totaro 

Columbia 



Lynchbnxg. 



Eviogton 

Lynch> Station., 
Drake's Branch . . 

Keysville 

Randolph 

Chester , 

Wirterpock 

Manchester , 



Cartcrsville 

Dinwiddle C. H.. 
GoodwynHville... 

Gun's Hill 

Petersburg 



Fort Monroe 

Hampton 

Hunter Hall 

Rocky Mount... 

Hick8ford 

Poplar Mount. . . 



S. John. 
Christ... 

S. Philip 88... 

S. Thomas .... 41 . . . 

S.Mark 46... 

Emmanuel 12... 

Trinltv 88... 

8. Andrew 67. . . 

S.Paul 142... 

Trtoity 40... 

Grace 88... 

S.James 80.... 

Peyton Chapel 76. 
S. Thomus .... 43. 
Emmanuel.. ( ^^ 

Grace \ '**••• 

Grace 166.. 

Emmanuel.. .54.. 

Epiphany 88.. 

'■ iftul 508.... 

Good Shepherd 80 

S.Peter 28.... 

Grace 83 

Ascension 84 

Christ 7.... 

S John 6.... 

Trinity 29.... 

Hope 18 

Meade Mem'l .141.... 

Grace 16 

S James 82 

Calvary 11 

Saponj 84 . . . 

Good Shepherd 56 

Grace 482.... 

Good Shepherd 56.... 

S.John 127.... 

S. Paul 668.... 

S.Stephen ....111.... 
The Centurion 59.... 

S.John 264.... 

Ascension... I ^^n 
Trinity pw.... 

57.... 



CljriPt 
'Grace, 



Hickman S. Sim- 
merman. 



>-Cary Gamble. 



Virginius Wrenn. 

[ Arthur P. Gray. 

John J. Lloyd, D.D. 

Robert C. Jett. 
Walter Q. HuUihcn. 

Frederick Lyttleton 
Le Mosy. 

Dallas Tucker. 

R. Allen Smith. 
R. Allen Smith. 
Dallas Tucker. 

>. CharlesC.Randolph. 

Edgar Carpenter. 
j James S. I^usk^iI. 
I John T. Harrihon. 

I JamesS. Ruspell. 

t John T. Harrison. 
Charles L. Simmons. 
John T. Harrison. 



[ John J. Lloyd, D.D. 

Theo. M. Car«)n,D.D. 
Frederick Lyttleton 
Le Moey. 



P. La^Tence. 



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Thomas Spencer.* 

Benjamin Dennis. 
Baker P. Lee. 

Edgar Carpenter. 

John RIdont. 

Henry L. Derby. 

J William A. Ruther- 

I ford Goodwin. 

Oscar 8. Bunting. 

Charles W. Freeland 
C. Braxton Bryan. 

•j Stephen O.Southall. 
W. Woodson Walker. 

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229 



Halifax . 



Heniy 

Isle of Wight 

James City . . 



Lunenburg .. 
Meclclenborg. 



Montgomery, 

tt 
(I 

Nansemond.! 

it 

Neldon '.', 

tt 

Norf one! '/.;.! 



Antrim.... 
Randolph. 
Roanoke.., 



Patrick 

Newport 

Braton 

Blisaland.... 
Comberland . 



Mecklenburg. . 

8. Andrew 

8. Luke 



S.Mark 

Montgomery... 
Radford ....!!! 
Lower Suffolk.. 



Northampton . 

t« 
Nottoway....! 



Pittsylrania... 



Powhatan. 



8. James. 



»rSniIollr.. 
n 



Elizabeth River... 



8. Bride 

tt 

Portsmouth. 



Qunear's . 
8. Luke..! 



Camden . 

Trinity .! 

Banister. 
t( 

Qenito..! 



POST-OlfjnCB. 



CHURCHBS AND COM- 
MUNIOANTS. 



Houston. 



New*s Ferry . . 
South Boston. . 
Mount Laurel . 
Clover Depot . 

Clarkton 

Martinsville .. 
Smilhfleld .... 



Williamsburg. 
Toano 



Grace *, 

S. John 176. 

Trinity 44. 

Grace 

Christ 81. 

S.Luke 40. 

8. Thomas.... 17. 

Christ 68. 

Christ 70. 

Bmton 85., 



Lunenburg 

Lunenburg C. H. 
Macfarland*B 



T^a Crosse 

Union Level . 

Boydton 

Chase City... 
Baskerville... 
Boydton 



Palmer^s Springs. 

St. Tammany 

Blacksburg 

ChrUtianbut*g 

Radford 



Chuckatuck. 

Suffolk 

Lovlngston . 



12. 

8. John <& 8.^135. 

8. 

Trinity 40. 

South HUl IS. 

S.Mary 80. 

S.Paul 91., 

S.Luke 8. 

S. John 84 

S. Andrew 16. 

Grace 5., 

S.James 103., 

Ascension 47.. 

S.Mark 808. 

Christ 87. 

S. Thomas.... 41. 

Grace I ^^ 

S.James.... j ^• 

Glebe 10. 

8. John 80.. 

S.Paul 128. 

Grace 

Christ J820.. 



Hnntersville. . 



Lambert^s Point.. 



Norfolk. 



Berkley 

Portsmouth. 



Bastville 

Cape Charles... 

Bridgetown 

Nottoway C.H. 

Crewe 

Blackstone 



Plggs 

Danville 

North Danville . 

Oak Hill 

Chatham 

Mount Airy..... 
Genlto 



I J. Green Shackel- 
I ford. 



Alfred W. Anson. 
Frank G. Soott. 

! William Thomas 
Roberts. 
Lyman B. Wharton, 
D.D. 
Christian R. Kuyk. 

^ L. Winlleld. 



Trinity ) 

S. Andrew.... 84. 



S.Mark., 



17. 



Christ ..506.... 

Emmanuel 

Grace 130.... 

S.Luke 600.... 

S.Paul 400.... 

S.Peter 880.... 

S.Thomas 84.... 

S.Paul 61.... 

S. James 85 

S.John 96.... 

Trinity 825.... 

Christ 78.... 

Emmanuel.... 88.... 

Hungar's 48, 

Christ 

Gibs'nMem^ 
S. Luke.. 

Iphany 
8. George.. I « 
Trinity..... \^" 

Emmanuel 188. 

S.John 80. 

Christ 18. 



ii'ii 



4.... 
58.... 
887 



I E. Howell. 
t Charles L.Simmons. 



[Joseph W.Carroll. 



Frederick Goodwin 
Rlbble. 



F. G. Scott. 
Joseph B. Dunn. 

Frank Strlngfellow. 



{Beverley D. Tucker, 
D.D. 
John Dalrymple 
Powell. 

) John Edgar Wales. 
Otto 8. Barten, D.D. 
WiUiam Patterson 
Burke. 

Arthur 8. Lloyd. 

j Beverley D.Tucker, 
1 D.D. 

Charles B. Woodson. 
Harry 8. Lancaster. 
RobertGatewood.D.D. 
John C. Dennis. 
Zcbulon 8. Farland. 
JamesBowenFunsten. 

I William Nelson 
ij Meade. 

Christian R. Kuyk. 



C. O. Pruden. 
J. Cleveland Hall. 



j C. O. Pruden. 
I Chiswell Dabney. 



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P08T-OPFI0B. 



0HUBCHB8 AKD COM- 
MUMICAMTS. 



Powhatan, 



Prince Edward 
Prince George 



Prince George 
andSorrj... 

Princess Anne. 



Pulaski 

ti 

Roanoke.'!!!.* 

tt 
Bockbridge . . 

(t 

Smyth !! 

Sonthampton 

Surry 

Sussex 

41 * 

Tazewell!!!!! 
it 

ct 

Warwick.*.'.!! 
Washington. 

Wise V 

Wythe 

York 



(}enito ;»..... 

King William 

Powhatan 

8. James Sontham. 



Wilmer . 
Bristol . 



Genito. 



Sublett's... 
Farmviile., 
PinevUle... 
Farmviile.. 
City Point . 



Martin's Brandon. . 

Martini Brandon j 
and Sonthwark l 

Bast Lynnhaven . . . 
Lynnhaven 

Pulaski...!!!!!!!!! 
Mt. Olivet!!!!!!!!!! 



Bnrrowsvilie... 

Cabin Point 

Claremont 

Dane Neck 

Virginia Beach. 

Oceana 

Eempsville 

Pulaski City ... 



Roanoke . 



Salem 

Natural Bridge.. 



Salem 

Buena Vista . 



Latimer 

Christ Church.. 
Nottoway 



Glasgow 

Lexington ... 
Buena Vista., 
Franklin.. .. 
Courtland.... 



Sonthwark . 
Albemarle.. 



Waverly . , 
TarewelL., 



Surty C. H. 
Littleton... 
Petersburg. 



Pocahontas . 



Warwick. 
Qoodson . . 
Holston. . . 



Graham 

Richland 

Newport News. 

Bristol 

SaltvDle 



Intermont 

Wythe 

Hampton.., 



Abingdon 

Big Stone Gap . 
Wytheville . . . . 
Yorktown 



Grace 28.. 

Manakin 86.. 

S. Luke »4.. 

Emmanuel... Id. 

S. James 28. 

Johns' Mem*al 4i.. 

Christ. 18.. 

S.John 81.. 

Merch'ts' Hope 85 . . 

Brandon ) 

Grace VIST. 

RitchieMem. t 
ChnbyiheSea) 
Vir.BeachCh. V75.. 
Eastern Shore ) 

Emnanuel 21 . 

Emmanuel.... 18.. 
Magill Mem'al. 78.. 

Christ 108.. 

S.John 208.. 

S.Paul 114.. 

Christ 89.. 

S.John 2.. 

Trinity 22 . 

Grace 87.. 

Christ 60 . 

Emmanuel... ( » 

S.Luke f^" 

Our Saviour... 20.. 

Grace 

S. Paul 28., 

S.Andrew.... 24.. 

Emmanuel 18.. 

Christ 10., 

Christ 82., 

StrasMemorial 83.. 

S.Mary 16.. 

Trinity 12.. 

8. Paul 182.. 

Emmanuel.... 88.. 
Good Sheph. ) 

Grace >-185., 

S. Thomas . . i 92 
Our Saviour... 82.. 

S.John 248.. 

Grace 15., 



Martin Johnson. 
Baker P. Lee. 
Martin Johnson. 



j^ Henry L. Derby. 

Elijah Sterling Gonn. 

j William Rutherfoid 
1 Savage. 

Harry S. Lancaster. 
[johnS. Alfriend. 
Robert W. Patton. 
WilliamH.Meade.D.D. 
Edmund W. Hubard. 

y John G. Scott 

j Robert J. McBryde, 
1 D.D. 

W. Woodson Walker. 

Charles E. Woodson. 
Reuben Meredith. 



■W. D. Buckner. 

John Francis RIbble. 
Emory S. Towson. 

Claudius F. Smith. 



Mercer P. Logan, D.D. 
WillUm B. Lee. 



Hains, Claudius.R., Petersburg. 
Jaeger, Abraham^ D.D., Lynchburg. 
Jones, Richard H., Norfolk. 
Lawrence. J. P. 
Overby, Alexander, Clarksville. 
Phillips, S. Decatur, Philadelphia. 



NONPAROCHL\L. 

Spencer, Thomas, Petersbuiff. 
Thomas, Upton Beall. 
Wall, J. WT Ashland. 
Wilmer, C. B., Lynchbuig. 
Wilmer, George T., D.D., Chatham. 



SPOKANE. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 
Limits.— Thai portion (^ the State of Washington lying east qf the Cascade Mountaisa, 

Population (1890), 120,454. Area, 41,810 sq. m. 
Thb Rt. Rsv. Lexttbl Hsmbt Wills, D.D., Missionary Bishop. (1882.) Sesidencs, 8909 
Pacific Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

Secretary and Registrar of Convocation.— The ReV. John Manning, Spokane. 
Treasurer.— J. P. M. Richards. 

Standing Comndttse,— The Rev. Francis Leseure Palmer, Pres.; the Rev. William John 
Wright, ikiy, John R. Payne, jStec,; (JeorgeS. Brooke. 

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OHUROB INSTXTUTIONS. 

8, Mary*a School^ Spokane.^A school for girls. JPrine.^ Mrs. Lemnel H. Wells. 



8. PauTs School, Walla WaUa.^PHnc.y MIbs Imogen Boyer. 

WcmanU Auxiliary^iootsan Branch.— [Omaized 1898.] Pra^ Mrs. C. 
rior Avenae, SpokAne, Wash. Sec., Mrs. F. G. Lacas, Spokane, 
17S5 First Avenae, Spokane. 



#y jnro. v/. G. Brown, 716 Sape- 
T^MS., Mrs. J. P. M. Bichai^, 



BTATISTICB. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Charcb Bdiflces 

Organized Parishes and Miosiocs 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed. 

Communicants 

Snnday School Teachers 

SandaT School Scholars 

ContriDntions , 



1806. 



1807. 



11 


12 


2 




11 


12 


96 


28 


12 


12 


187 


288 




«7 


1,025 


1,058 


72 


74 


688 


6M 


$8,778 


$8,822 



Wright. 



The 6th Annual Convocation will meet when and where the Bishop may appoint. 

THB OliBRQT. 

Ths Bishop. 
CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (com. 460), SPOKANE. 
Prittt.— The Rev. John Manning. 
Biihop's Bxamitdng Chaplaini.—T\ie Rev. Hamilton M. Bartlett, the Rev. William John 



FABI8HB8 AND MISSIONS. 




CLKB6T. 


Chelan. 


S. Andrew 


12... 

6.... 


Brian C. Roberts. 


Chewelab 




Colfax 

Colville 




61... 

4 


Wimam John Wright. 


Davenport 


:::;::::::::::::::;;;;::::::: «::: 




Dayton 


Grace 


7.... 




BUenshargb 


Grace 


66.... 


Andrew Bard. 




John Nellson Barry. 


Port Spokane 


6.... 


Walter Marvlne. 


Fort Walla Walla 


4 . 


William F. Hnbbaid. 


Kiona 


6.... 




Leavenworth 


6... 


Brian C. Roberts. 


North Takima 


S. Michael 


46.... 

.... 6.... 


Hamilton M. Bartlett. 


Oakeadale 


[ John NeUson Barry. 
H. Norwood Bowne. 


PalouseCity 

Pomeroy 


Trinity 

S.Peter 


80.... 

82.... 

.. .. 7.... 


Prosser 




Pullman 


S. Katherine 


0.... 


William John Wright 


Ritzville 


S.Mark 

Calvary 

Cathedral Missions 


10.... 

40.... 




Rosleyn 


Andrew Bard. 


Spokane 


[The Bishop. 
[John Manning. 


it 


S.David 


7.... 


ii 


S.Peter 

Trinity 


10... 

12.... 

ft 


u 




Starbnck 


H. Norwood Bowne. 


Snnnyside 


4.... 




Tekoa 


8.... 


John Neilson Barry. 


Waitsbun: 


11 


H. Norwood Bowne. 


Walla Waiu 


S.Panl 


106.... 


Francis Leseure Palmer. 


Watervllle 


i Brian C. Roberts. 


Wenatchee 


2.... 









Dean, Richmond Babbitt, LL.D. 



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I Eaiton, Chriftopher T. 

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DIOCESE OF SPBnrOFIELD. (A.D. 1877.) 

(PROVINCE OP ILLINOIS.) 

Limits.— ^iff that portion of the State of Illinois lying eouthq^the eounUee <^ Woodfor^^ JA9- 
ingstan^ Ford^ and Iroquois^ and east qf the Illinois River. 

PopaUnon (1890), 1,411,544. Area, 81,466 sq. m. 

Ths Rt. Rkv. Giorgb Franklin Sbtmoub, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1878.) BeHdence^ 
Springfield, lU. 

Tub Rt. Rb7. Charles Rbubbn Halb, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Cairo, Bishop Coadjutor. 
(1892.) Residence^ Cairo, 111. 

Secretartj of Synod.— The Rev. Henry Ward Conningham, S. John's Manse, Elkhart, 111. 

Treasurer.'-John J. Cossitt, Lincoln, 111. 

Registrar and Historiographer.— The Rev. David W. Dresser, D.D., Champaign, Dl. 

Chancellor.— Eon. S. A. Foley, Lincoln, 111. 

Standing Oommittee.— Clerical, the Rev. David W. Dresser, D.D., Pres. ; the Yen. Fredoick 
William Taylor, D.D., Sec, ; the Rev. Johannes Rockstroh. Lay, Charles B. Hay, T. A. Wakely, 
M.D.,W.J.AUen. 

OUUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Cathedral Grammar School, PeHn,— Principal, the Rev. S. A. Potter. 

Diocesan Library, Sprinafleld.—LUn^rian, the Yen. Frederick William Taylor, D J). 

Orphanage of the Holy Child, Sprinqfield.— Under the care of the Synod of the Province of 
IllinolB. Treas., the Yen. Frederick William Taylor, D.D. In charge of the Sisters of 8. Monica. 

S. Agatha's Diocesan School, Springfield.— Chaplain, the Yen. Frederick William Taylor, DJ). 
Principal, Mrs. P. H. Seabrook. 

S. Mary's Parish School for Oirls and Boys, East St. Louis.— The Rev. W. H. Tomlins, Bedor. 

8. Maur Hall, Mount Carmel.— The Rev. Joseph 8. Colton, Bector. 

S. MichaePs School, Cairo.— The Rev. Gteorge G. Middleton, Bector. 

Sisters qfS. Monica, Springfield.— {See under " Sisterhoods," p. 60.) 

THnUy Cathedral Grammar School, MaUoon.— The Rev. J. Gorton Miller. 

Woman's Awriliary, Diortsan 5ranM.— [Organized 1882.1 Annoal meeting : time and place 
of Diocesan Synod. /Vm., Mrs. Geo. F. Seymour, Springfield, 111. Sec., Mrs. Alexander Allen, 
Springfield. Treas., Mrs. Haynor, Alton. 

NoTB.— The Bishop is president of all the schools. 



Diocesan Paper.— ''The Diocese of Springfield." Editors, the Yen. Frederick William Taylor, 
D.D., Springfield, 111., and the Rev. W. John W. Bedford Jones, Decatur, 111. 



1896.* 



189Q. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Chnrch Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Mitteions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions, 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contribntions 



42 


48 


1 


1 


42 


42 


54 


64 


10 


10 


806 


809 


288 


269 


8,966 


8.859 


268 


264 


2,008 


1.919 


$89,208 


$87,079 



The 20th Annual Synod will be held at S. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Springfield, Dec. 7, 1897. and 
the 21st on Dec. 6, 1898. 

« The Synod not meeting till December, the statistics lof the two previoas years are given. 

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THB OIjBRQT. 

PBaCATHEDRAL CHURCH OP S. PAUL {com, 800), SPRINGFIBLD. 
Thi Bishop. 
JJ^ctor.— The Ven. Frederick William Taylor, D.D. 



The Ven. 



Bishop df Cairo (Bithop OocuUutor).— The Rt. Rev. Charles R. Hale, D.D., LL.D. 

Archdeacons.— BitTingiield : The Ven. Frederick William Taylor, D.D.; Alton: 
Henry M. Chittenden ; Cairo : The Ven. Frederick Ancmm De Rosset. m 

Biiral Z^/u.— Deanery of Bloomington : The Rey. David W. Dresser, D.D.; Deanery of Jack- 
sonville : The Rev. Henry Ward Cunningham ; Deanery of Mattoon : Tne Rev. J. Gorton Miller; 
Deanery of Litchfield : The Rev. Joseph Q. Wrieht; Deanery of McLeansboro' : The Uev. Angelo 
Ames Benton, D.D.; Deanery of Chester : The Rev. W. B. Cllirt. 

Bishop's Examining Chaj^ns,— The Ven. Frederick William Taylor, D.D. : the Rev. David 
W. Dresser, D.D. ; the V©n. Frederick A ncrum De Rosset; the Rev. Thomas Ricbey, D.D. ; the 
Rev. Randall Cooke Hall, D.D., of the General Theological Seminary, New York, and the Rev. 
W. J. Gold, D.D., of the Western Theological Seminary, Chicago. 

Bishop's Domestic Chaplain and Secretary.— The Rev. John Chanler White. 

Bishop's Missionary Chaplain.— The Rev. H. C. Whitley, Springfield. 





CHURCHES AHB COMMCNICAKTS. 


OLKBOT. 


Albion 

Alton 


S.John 

S.Paul 

S, Anne ...... .... 


70... 

. ...148.... 
14.... 


Angelo Ames Benton, D.D. 
Henry M. Chittenden. 


Anna 




Areola 


Christ 

S. George 


63.... 

60.... 


Frederick H. Burrell. 


Belleville 




Bloomington , 


8. Matthew 

Christ 


141... 

65.... 


William Henry Robinson.* 


Bunker Hill 


Frank De Frees Miller. 


Cairo 


Redeemer 

S.Michael 

S.Andrew 

S.Paul 

Christ 

S.Mark 

Trinity 

S.John 

Emmanuel 

8. Alban 

S.Mark 

S.Peter 

Christ 

Holy Trinity 

All Angels 

8. John 


288.... 

44.... 

21.... 

88.... 

40.... 

18.... 

60.... 

20.... 

115.... 

25.... 

70.... 

88.... 

47.... 

250.... 

25.... 

.. ..250.... 


Frederick Ancmm De Rosset. 




George G. Middleton. 


Carhondnlft 


Carllnville 




Carlyle 


Joseph G. Wright. 
Joseph S. Colton. 


Carmi 


Carrolton 


Edward Duncombe Irvine. 


Centralia 


Armand de Rosset Meares. 


Champaign 


David W. Dresser, D.D. 
Jacob Probst. 


Ciutrl^ton '. 


Chester 


W. B. Clifft. 


Chesterfield 


John Keble Karcher. 


Collinsville 


Joseph G. Wright. 
Johannes Rockstroh. 


Danville 




W. John W. Bedford Jones. 




Frank N. Atkin. 


RMt St, T.nii1« 


S.Mary 

8. Andrew 

8. John the Baptist .... 


70.... 

48.... 

40.... 

8.... 




Edwardsville 

Elkhart 


Henry Tudor. 

Henry Ward Cunningham. 

Angelo Ames Benton, D.D. 

Frank De Frees Miller. 

Joseph G. Wright. 

8. A. Potter. 


Fairfield 


Gillespie 

Greenviile 


S.John 

Grace 


81.... 

. ... 45.... 


Havana 


S. Barnabas 


17.... 

6.... 


Hecker 




Jacksonville 


Trinity 


211.... 


Leonard B. Richards. 


Jer«>eyvllle 


Holy Cross 

Trinity 


57.... 

165.... 

. ..81 


Edward Buncombe Irvine. 


Lincoln . 


Charles B. (^abanUi*. 


Litchfield 


Frank De Frees Miller. 


Mansfield 


Christ 

Ascension 

Trinity 

8. James 

S.Peter 

S.Paal 


23.... 

85.... 

52.... 

26.... 

82.... 

48.... 




Mason City 


John Addams Llun. 


Mattoon ! 


J. Gorton Miller. 


McLeansboro*. 


Armand du Rosset Meares. 


Mound City 

MtCarmel 


Edmond Phares. 
j Joseph 8. Colton. 
1 John McClurkin. 
Armand de Rosset Meares. 


Mt. Vernon. 


Trinity 


26.... 



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PABI8HE8 AND XUSIOMS. 


CHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


OLBBGT. 


Marphyeboroagh , 


Grace 

8. Lnke 

Grace 


16 ... 

18.... 

89.... 




Olney 

Paris 


Johannes Rockstroh. 


Pekin 


8. Paul 

Trinity 

S.Paul 


88.... 

47... 

86.... 


S. A. Potter. 


Petersburg 

Rantonl 


John Addams Linn. 


Springfield 


Christ 

S.Lake 

S.John 


140.. . 

81).... 

72.... 


Alexander AUen. 


" (North)*.!!.*.!*.!.*!! 


I John Chanler White. 


Thomasboro* 


S. Thomas 

S.Stephen 

S.John 

Christ 


18.... 

6.... 

8.... 

40.... 


Joseph A. Antrim. 
Frederick H. Borrell. 


Tascola 


Villa Ridge 




Waveriy 


John Chanler White. 







NON-PAROCHDlL. 



Almqalst, Peter Angost, Long Island City, 

Cliirt, William Baxton, Bradford, HI. 
EsUbrooke, William W., Jerseyville, 111. 
Goodyear, Horace B., No. Watertown, N. T. 
Karcher, John Keble. 



Pecke, E. M., Priory Farm, Verbank, N. Y. 
Railner, Henry Watson, New York. 
Tomklns, William Hennr, Chicago, III. 
Thorpe, Thomas May, New York. 
Way, Warren W., Gen. Theo. Sem., New 
York. 



DIOCESE OF TENNESSEE. (AJ). 1828.) 

Population (1890), 1,767,618. Area, 46,600 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rkt. Chablbs Todd Quintard,D.D.,LL.D., Bishop. (1865.) BsHdmee^ Sewanee. 

The Rt. Riv. Thomas Frank Gailor, D.D., Bishop Coadjutor. (1893.) Residence, Memphis. 

Secretary qf Cbno^n^ion.— The Rev. Charles T. Wright, Tullahoma. 

Th-eaturer qf Diocese.— QwT^ M. Darrow, Morfreesboro*. 

BegUtrar.^'B. Lawton Wiggins, Sewanee. 

ChaneeOor.—kWiett T. McNeal, Bolivar. 

Standing GmimUtee,— Clerical, the Rev. Thomas Ferdinand Martin, Pres.; the Rev. James R. 
Winchester, D.D., Sec. Lav, E. L. Gregory, W. D. Gale. 



OHUROH INBTITU TiONS. 

FcArmount School, Mount Bogle.— 8choo\ for girls. Principal, the Rev. William Haskell 
Da Rose. 

Oirls' Friendly Society in America.— (So diocesan officers; two parochial branches.) 
Knoxville : S. John's Church. Sec., Miss Helen H. Turner. 708 Cumberland Avenue. AssodaU 
for Oommended Members, Miss Jessie P. Tylers, 700 Cumberland Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Hoffman HaU.— Warden, the Rev. Robert C. CasweU. Sec. and Treae., the Rev. Arthur How- 
ard Noll. 

Hospital qf the Good Shepherd, Nashville, 

S. John^s Orphanage, Knoasville. 

S, KatherineU School, Bolivar.— Schoo\ for girls. Principal, Mrs. Ware. 

S. Mark's School and CanjUld Orphan Asylum, Memphis.— In charge of the Rev. (3eorge W. 
Honesty. 

S. Mary's School, Memphis.— A boarding school for young ladies. In charge of the Sisters of 
S. Mary. 

The Church Orphans'' Horns, 289 Jackson Ave,, Memphis.— In charge of the Sisters of S. Mary, 



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236 



The Columbia FtmaU ^igtUuU,^PHndpal, Mrs. F. A. Shonp. 

UniverHtv qflhs Souths Sewanee.—(8ee Bdacatlonal Instltatlons, p. 68.) 

Woman's A>ixUlary^ Diocesan Branch.— {OmaiiitA. January, 1888.] Annaal meeting : 

and place of Diocesan Convention. P/w., Mrs. John Shortridi^e, 1 Howard Row, Memphis. 

Mrs. Telfair Hodgson, Sewanee. Treas.^ Mrs. W. D. Gale, 1816 Broad Street, Nashville. 



time 
Sec,^ 



Diocesan Paper.— ^* The Diocese of Tennessee." 
Business Manager^ Qeorge B. Faxon, Memphis. 



BdUbr^ the Rt. Bev. the Bishop Coadjntor. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Chnrch Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unorganixed Parishes and Missions 

Baptums 

Confimfed 

Commnnlcants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Snndar School Scholars 

CoQtribntions. 



44 


45 


.... 


8 


'*84 


'85 


57 


58 


448 


489 


888 


813 


5,708 


5,780 


888 


858 


8,946 


8,161 


$68,488 


$69,965 



The 66th Annoal Convention will meet in the Calvary Chorch, Memphis, May 4. 



TUU OLBROT. 

CATHEDKAL CHURCH OF 8. MART (com. 887), MEMPHIS. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop Ooadjutor.— The Rt Rev. Thomas Frank Gailor, D.D. 
i>san.— The Very Rev. 



Archdeacon/or Cdkyrtd ITor*.— The Ven. Robert C. Caswall, Nashville. 

Bscms of Cimvoeo/ion^.— Nashville : The Rev. Thomas Ferdinand Martin; Memphis : The Rev. 
Joseph E. Martin, D.D., LL.D.; Knoxville : The Rev. Joseph H. Blackloclc. 

Bishop's Examirdng Chaplains. —The Rev. Qeorge Patterson, D.D., the Rev. Frederick P. Dav- 
enport, D.D., the Rev. James R. Winchester, D.D., the Rev. Thomas Ferdinand Martin, the Rev. 
Samael Rlnjrgold, D.D , the Rev. William M. Pettis, D.D. 



General JflMiowary.— Nashville Convocation • 


The Rev. Alexander Patterson. 


PARIBHBS AND MlSSIOlfS. 


CHURCBBS AND OOMMUNIOANTS. 




Arlington 


Holy Innocents .... 

S.John 

S.Paul 

8. James 


9.... 

49.. . 


F. A. Jnny. 
Alexander C. Kllheffer. 


Ash wood 


Athens 


Joseph H. Blacklock. 
Charles 8 Ware. 


Bolivar 




S PhillD 


.... 46 


William W Cheshire 


(t 


8. Stephen 

Christ 

S.John 

S.Stephen 


.*!'.;;'.'.!; is;;;; 

80.... 

18... 

46.... 




Brownsville 

Bnntyn 


F. A. Juny. 
Peter Wager. 
Ossian P. Allston. 


Barl^on 


CHdarHIU 




Chattanooga 


Grace 


28 .. 




4« 


S.John 

S.Paul 


....... .'.Ui'.'.'.'. 


iwilliamM. Pettis, D.D. 


Clarksvllle 


8. Andrew 

Trinity 

S.Luke 

S.Andrew 

Advent 


'**".''."805.';:; 

98.... 

11.... 

40.... 






William James Miller. 


Cleveland 


Joseph U. Blacklock. 


ColUervnie 

Colombia 


Arthur Howard Noll. 
Alexander C. Kllheffer. 


it 


Holy Comforter.... 


19.... 


WlUiam H. Wilson. 



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FABISHEB Ain> mSSIONS. 



Colambia 

Covington 

Cowan 

Onmberland Furnace 

Dyerebnrg 

Elizabethton 

Fayetteville 

Franklin , 

Gallatin 



Glen Mary. 
Greenville . 
Harriman . . 
Humboldt . 
Jackson.... 



Johnson City . 



Enoxville.. 

La Grange. 
Mason 



Memphis.. 



adlewil^). 
(Chelsea) . 



Mont Eagle 

Montgomery Co 

Momstown 

Mt. Pleasant 

Murfreesboro' ,. 
Nashville 



(West). 



Paris 

Pulaski 

Ripley 

Ross view 

Rowark'sCove. 

Rngby 

Scwanee 



Shelby ville 

Shiloh 

Somerville 

South Pittsburg. 

SpringhlU 

Tipton Co 

Tracy City 

Trenton 

Tollahoma 

Tnrley's 

Union City 

Williamsport ... 
Winchester 



S.Peter 167. 

8. Matthew 41. 

The Saviour 11. 

S.James 25. 

50. 



Calvary H 

S. Mary Magdalene 18. 

S.Paul 42. 

Immanuel 29. 

S. (Jyprian 6, 

82. 



S. James, 

S. Andrew 42 

1, 



CBUBCHBS AUD COXXUKIOANTS. 



S.Luke 240, 

8. Thomas 24. 

Christ 6 

S.James 15. 

Iphany 119. 

8." John 410. 

Immanuel 82. 

Trinity 91. 

S.Paul 50. 

g"iSSiw:::::::::;:::::. [^«- 

S.Luke 

(3ood Shepherd 116. 

Grace 269. 

Immanuel 124. 

Holy Comforter 25. 

Grace 84. 

Wells Memorial 

Holy Cross 14. 

S.Paul 24. 

Advent 210. 

Christ 440. 

Epiphany 

Hannington Chapel 12 . 

Holy Trinity 87. 

S.Andrew 



S.Ann 238. 

8. Augnstine 

S.Paul 14. 

S. Peter 91 . 

8. Stephen 

Grace 10. 

Messiah 88. 

Immanael 

Grace 83. 

Calvary 

Christ 15. 

Otey Memorial 188. 

S.Paul 13. 

Redeemer 6. 

Ascension 6. 

S. Thomas 48. 

Christ 59. 

Grace 24. 

Ravenscroft 

Christ 61, 

Holy Innocents 2. 

".Barnabas 67. 

8. 



S.James 6 

S.Mark 

Trinity S: 



Alexander C. Kilhefler. 
John M. Northrop. 
Reginald H. Starr, D.D. 
William James Miller. 
John M. Northrop. 
Russell Kane Smith. 
George Hunter Clare. 
S. B. McGlohon. 

A. C. V. Cartier. 
Isaac Barr. 
Russell Kane Smitlv 
Isaac Barr. 

[ Joseph E. MarUn, D.D., LL.D. 

Rassell Kane Smith. 
Henry Easter. 
Samuel Ringgold, B.D. 
Arthur Howard Noll. 
P. A. Jnny. 
Qeoz|;e W; Honesty. 

Frederick P. Davenport, D.D. 

Clayton Alexander Chrisman. 
James P. McCullough. 
George Patterson, D.D. 
George W. Honesty. 
Willfim P. Du Boee, D.D.* 
E. B. Ross. 



Edward Leslie Ogilby. 

) James R. Winchester, D J). 

1 Herbert Crushing Tolman. 

Robert C. Caswall. 
A. Whitfield Cheatham. 
Alexander Patterson. 
j Thomas Ferdinand Martin. 
j Granville Allison. 
A. C. V. Cartier. 

Alexander Patterson. 
Thomas Ferdinand Martin. 
Williaih James Miller. 
Alexander Patterson. 
John M. Northrop. 
E. B. Ross. 
Rowland Hale. 
Isaac Barr. 

Rowland Hale. 

Charles T. Wright. 

Arthur Howard Noll. 

8. B. McGlohon. 
John M. Northrop. 



Charles T. Wright. 
Alexander C. Kilheffer. 



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TEXAS. 



237 



NON-PAHOCHIAL. 



Bassett, Colin 8., Holy CroM Hoose, West- 
minster. Md. 

Beckett, George, D.D., New York. 

Da Hose, WilHam Haskell, Principal, Fair- 
monnt School. 

Oertel, Johannes A., Washington, D. C. 



Polk, John H., NashviUe. 
RoberU, A. A., Nashville. 
Bodrlgaez, P. A., Franklin. 
Sareent, Henry Rafos, Holy Cross House, 
Westminster, Md. 

Tomer, Charles H. B. 



DIOCESE OF TEXAS. (A.D. 1849.) 

Lmm^^AU thai portion qf the State qf Texas lying south (tf the northern line qf the counties 
■ ^ .. ,,,^ ,. a. . «. .- . ^ „ ,.t ^ ig, and Marion^ and 

Fayette^ Bastrop^ 



qf Lampasasy OoryeUyMcLennan^ Limestone^ Freestone^ Anderson^ Smithy 
tost qf the western line qf the counties qf Matagorda^ Wharton^ " 
Travisy Burnett^ and Lampasas. 



Population a890), 1,100,000. Area, 57,fi00 sq. m. 

Ths Bt. Rby. Qbobgb Hebbxbt Einsolting, D.D., Bishop. (1898.) Besidence, Austin. 

Secretary qf Cbund/.— Robert M. Blgin, Houston. 

Treasurer <^ Diocese.— BxduB Cage, Houston. 

Begistrar.—BxdQB Cage, Houston. 

Chaneellor.^A. 8. Richardson, Houston. 

Standing Oommiitee.— Clerical, the Rev. Thomas Booth tee, Pres., Austin ; the Rev. C. M. 
Beckwith, the Rev. Benjamin Andrew Rogers. Lay, Robert M. Elgin, Sec.; A. S. Richardson. 

OHUROH INSTITUTION. 

Woman*s Auxiliary, Diocesan ^ran<:A.— [Organized June, 1889.] Sec., Mrs. W. C. Crane, 1410 
Crawford St., Houston. 



STATISTICS. 



1898. 



1897. 



Clc __ 

Priests Ordained 

IThurch Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
unorganized Parishes and Missions, 

Baptums 

Confirmed , 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parochial School Teachers 

Parochial School Scholars 

In'lustrial School Teachers 

Industrial School Scholars. 

Contributions 



82 


89 


4 


,. 


46 


46 


66 


66 


446 


4£ 


864 


621 


4,817 


4,681 


806 


286 


S,968 


2,888 


4 


8 


159 


67 


10 


14 


90 


76 


$61,188 


$58,010 



The 49th Annual Council wHl meet in Galveston, May 4, at 10.80 a.m. 



THB OLERQT. 

Thb Bishop. 
Arehdeawn.— The Yen. William M. Jefferis, D.D., Houston. 

examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Benjamin Andrew Rogers, the Rev. Thomas Booth Lee, the 
Rev. Henry D. Ares. ^<^ i 

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PABX8HS8 AKD MISSIONS. 



0HUB0HS8 AND COM MUNIO ANTS. 



Austin , 

Bastrop 

Bay Cfty... 
BeaamoDt . . 
Belleyille .. 

Belton 

Brazoria. . . . 
Brenham.... 

Bryan , 

Bamet 

Calvert 

Colnmbia... 
Colnmbus.. 
Corrigan . . . 
BairleLake. 

Kgin 

Flatonla.... 
Galveston . . 



Garrison 

Gatesville .. 
Georgetown. 
Groesbeck.. 
Harrisborg. . 

Heame 

Hempstead.. 

Houston . .. 



Hnntsville 

Independence.. 

Jefferson 

LaGrange 

Lampasas , 

Livinffston 

Lonvtew 

Lnfkin 

Manor 

Martin 

Marshall 

Matagorda 



Mexia 

NMO^octies 

Navasota 

New BirmiDgfaam. 

Orange 

Palestine 

Qnlntana 

KichnK>nd 

Bockdale 

Sabine Pass 

8an Augostine 

Seal V 

Taylor 

Temple 

Tyler 



Velasco . . . . 

Waco 

Wharton... 
Woodville 



S. David 886.. 

Calvary 46.. 

S.Mark 16.. 

S.Mark 90.. 

S.Mary 86.. 

S.Lake 88. 

S.John 28.. 

S.Peter 94.. 

S.Andrew 68.. 

Epiphany ]3.. 

Epiphany 82.. 

S.Luke 18.. 

S.John 60.. 

18., 



Heavenly Rest 94. 

AUSaints 7. 

Gethsemane 18. 

Trinity 689. 

Grace 181. 

S. Augustine 188. 

4 



S.Mary 21. 

Grace... 81. 

Holy Trinity 14. 

Mission 17. 

S.Philip 84. 

S.Bartholomew 81. 

Christ 888 



S.Agnes 12. 

S.Mary 175. 

S.Stephen 24. 

Grace 12. 

Christ 25. 

S.James 54. 

S.Mary 28. 

S.James 5 

46 



S.Mary 15. 

Heavenly Rest 7. 

S.John 16. 

Trinity 69. 

Christ 86. 

S.Mark 15. 

Christ 8 

Christ 44., 

S.Paul 59.. 

S.Mary 15. 

S.Paul 61. 

S.Philip 64., 

Redeemer 28. . 

Calvary 27., 

S.Thomas 17 

6. 



Christ 61. 

S. John Evangelist 7. 

S.Jaraes 80. 

Christ 108. 

Christ 95. 

S. John Baptist 27., 

Trinity 16. 

S.Paul 856. 

S. Thomas 20. 

Holy Innocents 4. , 



Thomas Booth Lee. 



Thomas James Crosby. 



John R. Dunn. 

Thomas B. Lawson, D.D. 
George L. Crocket. 
Thomas B. Lawsoo, D.D. 



C. M. Beckwith. 
John R. Carter. 
Thomas W. Cain. 
George L. Crocket 
James A. Duncan. 



J. Cooper Waddlll. 

Benjamin Andrew Rogers. 
j Henry D. Aves. 

\ HenryJustns Brown. 
Walter Kenyon Lloyd. 

( Walter Eenyon Lloyd. 



George L. Crocket. 



Thomas W. Jones. 
James E. Hammond. 



George L. Crocket. 
Thomas James Sloan. 



Robert S. Stuart. 
Thomas B. Lawson, D.D. 

George L. Crocket. 
Thomas Deane Lewis. 



Benjamin Andrew Rogers. 

Prank Page. 

Thomas B. Lawson, D.D. 



NGN- PAROCHIAL. 



Bittle, Thomas C, Bryan. 
Dorset, Charles Palmer, Prof., 
Hamvasey, Emir, Tyler. 



Llano. 



Howard, Horatio C. 

Morris, Thomas J., Columbus. 



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THE PLATTE. 

MI88IONABY JURISDICTION. 

LniTB.—AU thai part qf the StaU of Nebraska lying west of the west lines <tf the ecunties qf 
Knox, Anietope^ Boone^ Nanoe, Merrick, HanMton, Clay, and Nuekols. 

Population, about 280,000. Area, 54,700 sq. m. 

Th« Rt. Rbv. Anson Rogsbs Qbayss, D.D., LL.D., Missionary Bishop. (1890.) Besidenee^ 
Keamej, Neb. 

Secretary qf the Convocation.— T)ie Rer. Qeorge A. Beecher, North Platte, Neb. 

Standing Committee,— ClericaL the Rev. Qeorge A. Beecher, Pres. ; the Rev. 8, G. Morton 
Montgomery. Zay, H. M. Oliyer, F. E. Ballard, Sec,,, North Platte. 

OHUROH INSTITU TiONS. 

The FtatU Collegiate InsHtute, Kearney, Neb,—PHnc., H. N. Rnssell. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan ^ancA.— [On<anized April, 189:1.] Annnal meeting : time and 
place of Annnal Convocation. Pres., Mrs. A. Rl Graves, Kearney, Neb. Sec, and Treas., Miss 
A. C. Kramph, North Platte. 



Diocesan Fatper,—^'' The Platte Missionary." The Rev. George A. Beecher, Editor and Manager. 


STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy , 


12 

2 

28 

16 

60 

187 

180 

1,186 

108 

722 

$12,888 


11 


Prlesw Ordained 




Chnrch Edifices 


26 


Oiganixed Parisbeis and Missions 


80 


T7iK>rgani2ed Parishes and Missions 


58 


Baptfnntf .................. .,,,,.... 


222 


Confirmed 


168 


Commnnicants 


1,139 


Sunday School Teachers 


108 


Sunday School Scholars 


087 


Contributions 


$11,686 







The 8th Annual Convocation will be held in S. Stephen's Church, Grand Island, in January. 

THB OIjBROT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Archdeacon.— l&znk Porter Chittenden, Kearney. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. John M. Bates, the Rev. S. G. Morton Mont- 
gomery, tne Rev. George A. Beecher, the Yen. Ezra Porter Chittenden, the Rev. John Bellis Van 
Fleet. 



PARISHES AND XISfflONS. 



Ainsworth... 

Alliance 

Arapahoe 

Arcadia 

Atkinson 

Bassett 

Bloomington. 
Bine Hill.... 
Broken Bow . , 

Butte 

Callaway , 

Chadron 



CnUBCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



11.... 

81.... 

S.Paul 60.... 

6... 

8.... 

6.... 

80... 

5.... 

S. John the Divine 50. . . . 

7.... 

Holy Trinity 19.... 

Grace 40 ... 



S. Mary . 



j-John M.Bates. 

The Archdeacon. 
John Bellis Van Fleet. 

\ John M. Bates. 

The Archdeacon. 

John Power. 

John Bellis Van Fleet. 

John M. Bates. 

The Archdeacon. 

John M. Bates. ^ _ ^f _ 

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PARISHES AKD MISSIONS. 


CHUBCHKS AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLSBOT. 


Chapell 




^. ._. ,. . 


George A. Beecher. 


Cody 


::;;::::::;;:::::;::::::::::: i.::: 


Crawford 


8. . . . 


■ John M. Bates. 


Cnlbertson 


18.... 




KddyvlUe 


6.... 


The Archdeacon. 


Elba 


8.... 




Elwood 


8.... 




Blm Creek 


R ... 


Ewing 


Trinity 


...... . ,0.... 


John M. Bates. 


Faraatn 


The fA rcbdeacon . 


Fort Niobrara 


28.... 


[ John M. Bates. 


Fort Robinson 


10.... 


Franklin 


24.... 


The Archdeacon. 


Qerlns 


12.... 


George A. Beecher. 
John BelUs Van Fleet. 


Gibbon 


6.... 


Oordon 


4 




Qothenbnrg 


Grace 

S.Stephen 


7.... 

147.... 

6... 




Grand Island 


Austen Francis Morgan. 


Greeley 


John Bellis Van Fleet. 


Harrisburg 


R 




Hastings 


S.Mark 


76.... 


John Power. 


Holdr^ 


Grace 


8.... 

11---. 


R. A. Russell. 


Holly 


John M. Bates. 


Indianola 


14.... 


The Archdeacon. 


Johnstown 


16.... 


John M. Bates. 


Julesbarff 


7.... 


Geoige A. Beecher. 
JohnFower. 


Juniata. 


.. 7 


Kearney 


S.Luke 


40.... 

19 . . 


Robert W. OliTer, I>.I>. 


" (The Platte Instltnte) 


8. G. Morti>n Montgomeiy. 
John M. Bates. 


Kennedy 


All Saints 


8.... 

4 , 


Kimball. 


George A. Beecher. 
John Power. 


Lexineton 


S.Peter 


21.... 

IK 


Long Pine 


John M. Bates. 


Lo op City 


%.... 


John Bellis Van Fleet. 


Mcdook.:. :...::::.:: 


22.... 


[R.A.Rn8eeU. 


Maywood 


2.... 


Max ................:.: 


11.... 


The Archdeacon. 




9.... 


John M. Bates. 


Minden 


10... 


The Archdeacon. 


North Platte 


Our Saviour 


li«--. 


George A. Beecher. 
The Archdeacon. 


Oconto 


8 


Ogalalla 


5.... 


George A. Beecher. 
John M. Bates. 


Owill 


17.... 


Ord 


17.... 


John Bellis Van Fleet 


Orleans 


8.... 


j- The Archdeacon. 


Palisade 


6.... 


Ravenna 


10 


John M. Bates. 


Red Clond 


Grace 






Ri verdale 


2.... 


The Archdeacon. 


Riverton 


... ia 




St. Paul 


S. Paul 


28 . 


[John Bellis Van Fleet. ^ 


Scotia. 


2 ... 


Sidney 


Christ 


36.... 

7---- 


George A. Beecher. 
John M. Bates. 


Spencer 


Stratton 


6 


[ The Archdeacon. 


Sumner 


4.... 


Sutherland 


7.... 


George A. Beecher. 
The Archdeacon. 


Trenton 


. 18 . 


Valrntlne 


S.John 

S. John 


20.... 

R... 


JohnM. Bates. 


Wellfleet 


William G. Hawkins. 


Wood Jake 


7.... 


John M. Bates. 


Wood River 


5.... 


John Bellis Van Fleet. 









NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Greene, George, Mountainville, N. T. I Steams, C. R., Birmingham, Mich. 



McArthy, CaUaghan, Sidney. 

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DIOCESE OF VERMONT. (A.B. 1790.) 

Population (1880), 888,422. Area, 10,212 sq. m . 

Thb Rt. Rbv. Abthub Crawshat Allmton Hall, D.D., Bishop. (1894.) Betidenee, Bur- 
lington. 

Secretary of OanverUion.— The Rev. William F. Weeks, Brandon. 

Trectgurer (if Ckmvention. —Edward L. Temple, Rutland. 

Begittrarqf Convention.— The Rev. Francis W. Smith, Woodstock. 

Standing Committee.— Clericai, the Rev. Joshua Isham Bliss, D.D^ Pre$. ; the Rev. Alonzo B. 
Flanders, DJ)., Sec,: the Rev. William Farrar Weeks. Lay, Henry Wells, (George Briggi*, Myron 
W. Bailey. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

The Vermont Epiecopal Inttitute, Burlington,— Free. y the Bishop. Treat, and See., Frederick 
O. Kennedy. Theological DgMHment.— maouahlfy Iii>f Academical Depart- 

ment (for boye).— Principal, Henry H. Ross, A.M. Bishop Hopkins Sail i/or girls).— Principal, 

Woman*8 Auxiliary, Diocesan Braneh.-ipTgajxized 1879.] Annnal meeting : in the autumn. 
Meeting of diocesan officers at the time and place of Diocesan Convention. Pres., Mrs. B. P. Gil- 
son, Rutland. Cor, Sec., Miss Q. M. Denlson, Royalton. Tretu,, Mrs. B. L. Wyman, Manchester 
Centre. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^' The Mountain Echo.^* The Rev. William James Harris, D.D., Bditor, 
Rutland. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy 


40 

**64 

60 

6 

4»7 

206 

4,809 

247 

2,118 

$44,684 


46 


Priests Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 


55 


Or^nized Parishes and Missions 


49 


CJnorgaDLzed Parishes and Missions 


10 


BaptSms 


277 


Confirmed 


196 


Communicants 


4,686 


Sunday School Teachers , 


215 


Sunday School Scholars 


1,818 


Contributions 


$69,004 







The 108th Annual Convention will be held atS. Paul's Church, Veigennes, June 15. 



TBB OIjBRQT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. Joshua Isham Bliss, D.D., the Rev. WUliam 
Henry Collins, the Rev. Alonzo B. Flanders, D.D., Sec; the Rev. David L. Sanford, the Rev. 
Homer White, D.D., the Rev. George Barent Johnson, the Rev. Charles Smith Lewis. 



Bishop's Chaplain.— The Rev. George Barent Johnson. 

Diocesan Kissionary.— The Rev. William James Harris, D.D., Rutland. 
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rARISHKS AND MISSIONS. 



Arlington , 

Barre 

Bellows Falls 

Bennington 

Berksh&e (Bast) 

Bethel 

Brandon 

Brattleboro' 

Barlington , 

Cambridge 

Castleton 

Chester 

Bnosbnxgh 

" FalU , 

Fairfax , 

Fairfield 

Fair Haven , 

Forestdale 

Georgia « 

Guilford 

Hlghgate 

Hydevllle 

Island Pond 

Jericho 

Lvndonville 

Manchester 

" (Centre) , 
Middlebnry 

" (East) .... 

Milton 

Montgomery 

Montpelier 

Newport 

North Concord 

Northfleld 

North Tpoj 

Olcott 

Poaltnej 

Proctorsville 

Randolph 

" (Centre).... 

Richford 

Royalton 

Rntland 

" (West) 

St.Alban's 

St Johnsbory 

Shelbnnie , 

Sheldon 

Springfield 

Swanton 

Vergennes 

Wens 

White River Janet I on 

Windsor 

Winooski 

Woodstock 



OHURCHBB AND C0HXUNICANT8. 



S.James 188. 

Good Shepherd 108. 

Immanael 191. 

S.Peter 165. 

Calvary 65. 

Christ 57. 

S. Thomas 98. 

S.Michael 144. 

S.Paul 59«. 

HolyCTroes 6. 

S. Faith 21. 

S.Lnke 45. 

Christ 2«. 

S.Matthew 90. 

Christ 19. 

Trinity 

S.Luke 64. 

Grace 12, 

Emmanuel 10. 

caurist 10. 

S.John 2i. 

S.James 86. 

Christ 58. 

Calvary 18. 

S. Peter 88 

S.John 3. 

Zion 107. 

S. Stephen 111. 

S. Barnabas 21. 

Trinity 28. 

S. Bartholomew 48, 

Christ 201. 

S.Mark 90. 

S. John Baptist 13. 

S. Mary 69. 

S. Augustine 15. 

S. Peter ^. 

S.John 119. 

Gtethsemane 27. 

S.John 54 

Grace 83. 

S.Ann 35. 

S.Paul 83. 

Trinity 446. 

Grace 88. 

S.Luke 407. 

S.Andrew 219. 

Our Saviour 2, 

Trinity 68 

Grace... 85. 

S.Mark 24. 

HolyTrinity 69. 

S.Paul 112. 

S.Paul 14. 

S.Paul 48. 

S.Paul 77. 

Trinity 80. 

S.James 67. 



Henry B. Ensworih. 
Harry Willard Raymond Stafford. 
David L. Sanf ord. 
(George Lynde Richardson. 
Forest Haden Blunt. 
George Bernard Clarke. 
William Farrar Weeks. 
William Henry Collins. 

j Joshua Isham Bliss, D.D. 

f George Temens BHss. 
Gemont Graves. 
Alfred Taylor. 
James Oswald Davis. 

J- Preston Bair. 

(iemont Graves. 
Frederick Bamby Leach. 
Alfred Tajior. 
William Farrar Week^. 
Gemont Graves. 
William Henry Collins. 
Fre<leric M. Garland. 
Alfred Taylor. 
Edward Sawyer Stone. 
Gtemont Graves. 
Stephen Howard Ailing. 

[ Robert Van Eleeck Harris. 

[ David Archibald Bonnar. . 

(^mont Graves. 
Forest Haden Blunt. 
Alonzo N. Lewis. 
Alexander Crone. 
Stephen Howard Ailing. 
George Joseph Sutherland. 
Alexander Crone. 
Augustus Alfred Bryant. 
Edward U. Randall. 
James Oswald Davis. 
George Bernard Clarke. 
Homer White. D.D. 
James Simonds. 
George Bernard Clarke. 

j Theodore Bogert Foster. 

( Arthur William Stone. 

( Alonao B. Flanders, D.D. 

) Frederick Bamby Leach. 
M. Horace Mill. 
James Curtiss Camahan. 
Benjamin W. Atwell. 
Frederick Bamby Leach. 
Diocesan Missionary. 
Frederic M. Gariand. 
Hubert P. Le F. Grabau. 
Edward H. Randall. 
Augustus Alfred Bryant 
Edward N. Goddard. 
Clarence Watt« McCully. 
Francis Wyman Smith. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Brown, Allan Danvers, LI.D., Northfield. 

Cairns, AlexanderAugnatas,Ausable Forks, 
N.Y. -6 » 

Cambridge, Walter Harriman, Sonthbor- 
ough, ^'— 



Hanger, Samuel Ebenezer, Hydeville. 
Lewis, Charles Smith, New York, N. Y. 
Trevett, Joseph B„ Bethel. 
Wilkins, George Aloysius, White 'River 
Junction. ^<-^ I 

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LiMm.—7H« foOotDing thirty-right couniU$ in the State qf Virginia : Albemarle^ Alexandria, 

Carvlin "' ' ^' ' ^' " — - - • -^ -.-_... ^.- 

eester^ 

JjOnCatter^ lA/WM/un^ uvu^euy jm.(M&9m/Tk^ atui^wneu/v^ incuiMcaew;* uvu/ a-o/mti xT(/r i>r»iM/M/w^»«*rci*f vriawtuvy 

Page, Prince WiUiam, Bappahannoct, Eichmond^ Rockingham^ Shenandoah, Spottevlvania, 
Stajffifrd, Warren^ Weetmoreland. 

Population (1890), 600,000. Area, 14,000 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rbt. Fbanois MoNbkob Wbittlb, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1868.) Beeidenee^ Rich- 
mond. 

Thb Rt. Bit. Robkbt Atkinson Gibson, D.D., Bishop Coodjator. (1894.) Seeidence, 
Richmond. 

Secretary of Cbimd/.— The Rev. ETerard Meade, Springman, Fairfax Co. 
Trecuurer of the (^STimci/.— Robert 8. Chambcrlayne, Ridmiond. 

Standing Oommittee.— Clerical, the Rev. Joseph Paclcard, D.D., Presj the Rev. P. P. Phillips, 
the ReT. Berryman Qreen. Lay, A. Herbert, L. M. Blackford, John R. Zimmerman. 



OHUROH IN BTITUTIONS. 



Episcopal High School of Virginia, the Diocesan School for Boye, near Alexandria.— \E»UAi' 
llshedl888.] Plr%d|Ki/, L. H. Blackfoid, M.A. 

Oirle* Friendly Society in America.— {Thnt parochial branches.) Pree., Mrs. H. Conrad, 
Winchester. 189c., Miss 8. R. Byrd, Winchester. Aeeodate for Commended Members, Mrs. W. 
C. Marshall, Winchester. 



CAtircA Borne, 517 North Fourth St., Richmond.— A Home for Reduced 
ncor. 1875.1 Board qf Managers : Mrs^Joshua Peterkin, i^vt. ; Miss M. P. Har- 



Protestant 

Gentlewomen. ^ ,_. 

rls, Treas. ; Mrs. James R. werth, Cor. See. ; Miss M. Woodbridge, Rec. Sec. 



Society for the Education of Young Men for the Ministry.— Pres., the Bishop. I^reas., the 
Rer. P. P. PhiUips. 

TTieolooical Seminary qf the Diocese qf Virginia, near Alexandria.— (fi9e Educational Instita- 
tlons, p. 51.) 

Virginia Female InstittUs, Staunton.— The Diocesan School for Girls.— Prct., the Bishop. 
Principal, Mrs. J. E. B. Stuart. 

Woman^s Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— lOrgKoXxfid June, 1890.] Annual meeting : time and 
place of Diocesan Convention. Four praver days : Evos of Epiphany, Annunciation, Trans! 
tion, and 8. Andrew*s. Pres. and Sec.^ Miss S. Stuart, 719 King Street, Alexandria. 



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STATISnCS. 


1896. 


1897. 


Clergy .*.•..•••....••••.••.». 


77 

1 

*646 
7» 

7,098 
$176,167 


89 


Pr{fKit<i Ordnined , , , , 




Church Edifices 




Organized Parishes and Missions 




Uiu)rganized Parishes and Missions 




Baptisms 


757 


Conflrmed 


667 


Communicants 


10.657 


Sunday School Teachers 


979 


Snndav Sohool Scholars 


7,810 


Contributions 


$168,188 







The load Annual Council will be held in Christ (Thnrch, Winchester, on May 19. 

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THB OLBRaT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Bishop Cfoadiifior.— The Rt. Rev. Robert Atkinson Gibson, D.D. 

Bishop's Examining Chaplains.—The Rev. William M. Clark, the Rev. Robert A. Goodwin. 



.\Ibemarle . 



Alexandria. 



Caroline 

Charles City!! 
Clarke ! 



Colpeper . 



Essex. 



Fairfax . 



Fauqnicr.. 



Greenwood . 
S.Anne 



Walker's , 
Fairfax . . , 



FredericksvUle , 



S.Mary... 

Drysdale.. 
Westover . 



Cnnningham 

Greenway Court. 

Clarke 

WIcklifle 

S.Mark 

Ridley 



MlUwood 

Front Royal . . . . 

Berry vllle 

WicklifPe 

('nlpeper 

Brandy Station . 



Slanehtcr 

Sonth Famhain'.'. 



S.Ann. 
Truro..". 



Fairfax 

Upper Tmro . 



Centre ville. 
Tmro 



Cedar Run., 
Hamilton . . , 
Emmanuel . , 



Meade , . 
Whittle.. 



** Piedmont. 

" Leeds.. .. 

Flnvanna .Rivanna. . 



Frederick Frederick.. 

" 'S.Thomas. 

Gloucester Abingdon. . 

** [Ware 



P09T-OFFICTS. 



Charlottesville . . 



Ivy Depot. 



Glendower. 



Cismont.. . 
Alexandria 



Port Royal. 

Richmond . 
Westover . . 



Rapidan 

Tappahannock 



Montagues. 
Loretto.... 

Fairfax'.*.'.*.* 



Pall's Church. 
Hemdon 



Springman. 

Casanova . . 
Warrenton. 
Casanova . . 

Uppcr\ille . 
The Plains. 



Hame .... 
Columbia . 



Winchester 

Front Royal 

^Gloucester ( 
( Courthouse \ 
(Gloucester! 
1 CourthoQse f 



CHURCHES AND COM- 
MUNICANTS. 



Christ 882.... 

Buck Moant'n 85. . . . 

Edge Hill 80.... 

S.Luke 21.... 

S.Paul 76..., 

S.John 22.... 

Emmanuel.... 81 

Christ 12.... 

8. John 35.... 

Grace 114... 

Christ 2T0..., 

Grace 142.... 

S.Paul 285.... 

Meade Chapel. 18.... 

S.Peter 47.... 

Grace 86.... 

S. Margaret... 26.... 
Westover ,.. } 

Mapsico > 61.... 

Grace ) 

Christ 179.... 

Meade Mem'l.. 46 ... 

Grace 208.... 

WIcklifle 47.... 

S.Stephen. ...168.... 

Christ 67.... 

S.Paul 56.... 

Emmanuel 56.... 

All Saints 38.... 

S.John 62..., 

S.Paul 88.... 

S.Luke 26.... 

Vawter ) -« 

S.Matthew, f ^ •• 

ZIon 61.... 

GoodShepherd 18.... 
Fall's Church. 108.... 
S.Timothy ... 62.... 

Christ i art 

S. John... . f '*'••• 

Pohick 80.... 

Olivet 16. . . . 

S.Stephen.... 24.... 

S. James 134 

Grace 66 

S. Luke 48.... 

Trinity 168.... 

SJi:?i^::::::j««- 

Our Saviour. . . 80 

Whittle Chapel .... 

Emmanuel.... 14 

Leeds 85 

S.John 58.... 

Grace 10,... 

Christ 200.... 

S. Thomas 12 

Abingdon 66 

Ware 78.... 

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Henry B. Lee. 
R. C. Cowling. 



J-FredcrickW. Neve. 

[WiUiamH. Laird. 
Edw.Yalentine Jones. 

Clarence Ernest Ball. 
P. P. PhlUips. 

[s. S. Ware. 
William B. WUliams. 

John C. Comick. 

Jos. Courtney Jones. 
Edward A. Temple. 
Edward Wall. 



Bat 



y Carter Page. 

I Pamell Le 
( Cross. 

t William J.Morton. 

) J. Hervey Hundley, 
1 D.D. 

Dabney C. T. Davis. 

W. H. K. Pendleton. 

John McGill, D.D. 

John J. Clopton. 

Bverard Meade. 

George Otis Mead. 
QeoTge W. Nelson. 

I- George Otia Mead. 

Robert K. Masaie. 

John J. Norwood. 

' JefTerson Randolph 
f Taylor. 
Martin Johnson. 

Nelson P. Dame. 
Edward A. Temple. 

I- William B. Lee. 

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Qoochland. 



S. James Noriham. . 



Greene . . 
Uanorer.. 



S. James Northam.. 
S.Martiii 



Henrloo. . 



S. Paal.. 

S. James . 
Hemrico. . 



King George... 

King Si Queen., 
King William.. 

44 

Lancaster 

44 
{( 

Loudoun 



S. Paul.. 
HanoTer . 



Louisa. 



Madison.. 
Matthews. 



Middlesex 

New Kent 

Northnmber- (. 
laud f 

Orange 



Pa^e 

Prince Wiillam* 



Bappahannock, 
Richmond 

41 

BocklngJ»»V,,i 



S. Stephen.. 
S. David... 



Christ Church. 



Shelboume.. 



Johns., 



Trinity 

Green Spring . 

Bromfield 

Kingston 



Christ Church.. 
S.Peter 



Wycomico 

(4 

S. Thomas. 



Luray 

Shenandoah.. 
Dettingen 



Haymarket ...\. 
Bloomfleld 



Lunenburg. . . 
N. Famham.. 
I(OPkingham. 



Snbletts ... 

44, 

Richmond . 
Madison . . . 
Richmond . 
Oliver 



Old Church. 

Oliver 

A)>hland.... 
Richmond . . 



Brook Hill 

Barton Heights . 
Richmond 



FOBT-OTFICB. 



King George... 

44 

Tappahannock. 



West Point . 
Lancaster . . . 



Leesburg . 
Hamilton . 



Upperville . 



Gordongville. 
Bowlesville .. 

Madison , 

Matthews . . . . 



Montagues. 



Lancaster. 



Orange 

Gordonsville. 



Shenandoah. . . 

Fairfax ['.'. 

Springman ... 
Hay market . . . 

Sperryvllle 

Warsaw. ..!!.. 

Harrisonburg '. 



Grace 47... 

All Saints.... 7... 
S.Mary 17... 

Pork.;.*.;.'.*.;.' 82.;; 

Trinity 17... 

Our Saviour .. 26... 

S.Martin 21... 

Immanuel 45... 

S.Paul 21... 

S.James 60... 

All SainU ....816... 
Christ -.281... 

luel.. .122... 

Epiphany 66... 

Grace 813... 

Holy Trinity.. 864... 
Monumental . .406. . . 
Andrew.... 164... 
S.James 451... 

S.John 601... 

S.Luke 10... 

S.Mark 277... 

S. Paul 605... 



OHUBCHES AND COM- 
MUNICANTS. 



j- Martin Johnson. 

Perry R. Nugent. 
R. C. Cowling. 
Sewell S. Hepburn. 

Sewell S. Hepburn. 



J. W. Ware. 
John T. Downman. 
Preston Nash. 
3 B. M. Randolph. 
1 W. Walk* Brander. 
Wilson P. Chrisman. 
Landon R. Mason. 
John J. Gravatt. 
William Alex. Barr. 
Thomas Semmes. 
William Meade Clark. 
Robert A. Goodwin. 



84., 
69. 

67 

6;: 

29. 
25.. 

107. 

244. 
21. 
58 



. 44. 
41. 
28. 
10. 

64. 



S. Philip 

8. Paul 

S.John ( 

Emmanuel.. { 

Immanuel 

S.David 

S.John 

Grace i 

WhiteChap'l V 
Trinity . 
S.James 

Christ 

S.Paul 

Mt. Calvary, . . 

Emmanuel 

Our Redeemer. 

S. James 

S. John 

Piedmont .... 

Christ I 

Trinity f 

Christ 5».. 

8. Peter 18. 

S. Stephen.... 14 . 

Wycomico .... 20. 
8. Thomas ...108.. 

Christ 70. 

Barbour MemM 20. 

S.Paul 28. 

Calvary 22., 

Christ 86., 

Calvary 24. 

Trinity 91. 

Dumfries 8. 

Grace 17. 

S.Paul 150. 

S.Paul 27. 

Trinity 48. 

S.John 71. 

Emmanuel 88., 

Emmanuel.... 91.. 



Hugh McD. Martin. 
i Cnarles Clifton Pe- 
1 nick. D.D, 

J Hartley Carmichael, 
D.D. 
ohn W. Johnson. 

i John McNabb. 

William J. Morton. 
)■ Cassius Lee Price. 

Edward B. Burwell. 
Edwin S. Hinks. 
John D. La Mothe. 



Robert K. Massle. 

Josiah K. Ellis. 
Edw. Valentine Jones. 
R. C. Cowling. 

Henry Wingate. 

J. Harvey Hundley. 
Cassius Lee Price. 

p Edward B. Burwell. 

John 8. Hansbrongh. 
[josiahR. Ellis. 

i Thos. W. Vaughan. 



W. H. K. Pendleton. 
John H. Gibbons. 

0. 8. Somerville. 



j- John 8. Douglao. 
Orvllle Melv. Yerger. 
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Rocklnffham... 
Shenandoah..., 

Spottsjlvania . . 



Stafford 

it 

Warren 

Westmoreland 



Rockingham 
Beckford.... 

8. George.'.., 

4t 

Orerwhaiton 

S. Thomas.. 
Cople 

Montroas.... 
Washington. 



FOBT-OFFIOB. 



Shenandoah. . . . 
Mount Jackson 

Fredericksbnig 

it 
tt 

Stafford 

Front Royal ! . . 
Eagae 

Oak Grove*. '.'..'. 
Warsaw 



ommoHss and cox- 

XUniCANTS. 



Grace 88.. 

S. Andrew., i ^ 
Emmanuel., f '''•' 

S. George 360.. 

Christ Ohnrch 17.. 
Trinity 106., 

carti::::::f«- 

Calvary./ 76.. 

'Nomonl I -^^ 

Yecomlco...f^""- 

S.James 29.. 

S.Paul 19.. 

Payne's Ch'l I «» 
S.Peter f *• 



James Grammer, D.D. 
WiUiam D. Smith. 
William L. Reaney. 

John H. Gibbons. 
Edward A. Temple. 

Wm. Catesby Latan6. 
John S. Douglas. 

Wm. Catesby Latan^. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Ambler, Thomas M.« Norfolk. 

Birckhead, J. H., Richmond. 

Crawford, Angus, Prof., Theo. Sem., Fair- 
fax Co. 

Everett, W. B., Vancluse Station. 

Grammer, Carl E., D.D., Prof., Theo. Sem., 
Fahf ax Co. 

Green, Edwin H. 

Harrison, Charies S., Richmond. 



Meredith, Jaqneline M., Richland. 

Packard, Joseph, D.D., Prof., Theo. Sem., 
Fairfax Co. 

Sprigg, D. Francis, D.D., Richmond. 

Walker, Cornelius, D.D., Prof., Theo. Sem. 

Wallis, Samuel A., Prof., Theo. Sem., FIbIi^ 
fax Co. 

Wheat, J. C, DJ)., Lynwood. 



DIOCESE OF WASEnrOTON. (A.D. 1895.) 

Lmrrs.— 7^ DUtrieA of Columbia and the counties qfSt, Marvj ChaHeSt Prinee Oeorge^ and 
Montgomery^ qf the State of Maryland, 

Population (1890), 290,667. Area, 1,788 sq. ul 

The Rt. Rbt. Hbnbt Yatbs Satteblee, D.D. Beeidenoe^ 1407 Massachusetts Ayenue, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Secretary of Convention.— The Rev. Arthur Shaaff Johns, 690 G Street, S. B., Washington. 

Treamrer qf CSwvwi/faw.— Seymour W. Tulloh, City P. O., Washington, D. C. 

Standing Committee.- Clerical^ the Rev. John H. Elliott, D.D., Pres.; the Rev. Randolph H. 
McKim, D.D., the Rev. Alfred Harding, See.; the Rev. John W. Chesley. Lay^ J. 0. B. Davis, A. 
S. Browne, C. H. Stanley. 



OHUROH IMSTiTUTiONS. 

ChUdmCe Salt Air Bme, Colonial Beach. 

Church Orphanage Association qf S. John^s Parish^ 686 30th StreeL—SUfber Sarah, SMer in 
Charge. 

Girls* Friendly Society in Ameriea.-\Yiye parochial branches.) Diocesan officers : /Vw., 
Mrs. H. C. Bolton, 1619 K Street, N. W., Washington. Sec., Miss Lockwood. Georgetown, D. C 
Associate for Commended Members, Mrs. H. C. Bolton, 1519 K Street, N. W., Washington. 

King Theological Hall.— (See Educational Institutions, p. 61.) 

The Boys' Home. 1126 Tenth Street, Washington, D. C— Under the Brothers of Nazareth. 
Warden, the Rev. William Tayloe Snyder. 

The Epiphany Church Home, 1819 H Street, Washington.— Pres., the Rector of the Church of 
the Epiphany. 

The House qf Mercy, 8408 K Street, Washingt<m.—Sec., Mrs. E. C. W. Chubb, 8807 PWMyl- 
vania Avenue. 



The LenthaU Home for Widows, \^h and O Streets^ Washington. 



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Woman''$ AuxUiary^ Diocesan J5raneA.— [Organized May, 1896.] Openlnemeetlng : flrst 
Tuesday in Noyeinber. Cloeinff meeting : aecond Tuesday in Hay. Prfs.y Miss Wilkes, 814 Con- 
neclicot Arenne. Washington. Sec.^ Miss L. MacLeod, 829 SSd Street, N. W., Washington. 
Treas.y Mrs. A. Williams, ^ North Capitol Street, Washington. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

PrieeU Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . . 
Unon^nized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



87 


84 




4 




89 


69 


60 


1,221 


1,867 


971 


926 


19,886 


13,782 


686 


728 


8,S91 


6,621 


$308,794 


$248,409 



The 8d Annual Convention will be held in Epiphany Church, Washington, on May 4. 

THB OIiBRaT. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL OF S. MARK {com, 492), WASHINGTON (Third and A Streets). 

Ths Bishop. 



Mercer 



,— The Rev. William Levering Devries, the Rev. Charles Harris Hayes, the Rev. Philip 
linelander. 



Bishqp*8 Examining CkapUdns.— The Rev. Frank M. Gibson, the Rev. Charles Harris Hayes, 
the Rev. William Levering Devries. 

Archdeacon,— The Ven. Thomas Spencer Childs, D.D. 
Jhtral Dean,— The Rev. Maurice H. Yaughan. 



Rock Creek (LeDroit Ave.& 

WSt.) 

Ascension (Mass. Ave. A 
12th St.) 



Washington (G St., between 
eth&TthSis.) 

Christ Church (O & 81st Sts.). 

Anscostia (Washington & I 
FUlmoreSts.) f 

Epiphany (G St., between) 

13th & 14th Sts.) f 

" (mh&CSU.) 



Grace Church (9th A D Sts.).. 
Grace (82d St, between M A ) 

Water Sts.) f 

Incarnation (i2th A N Sts.). . . 

" (Bpookland) 

8.Alban 

** (Tenallytown) 

S. Andrev (14th A Corcoran I 

Sts.) f 

S. James (8th St., near Mass. } 

Ave.) f 

Georgetown (O St. A Polo- 1 

mac Ave.) f 



CHURCHES AND'COXMUNICANTS. 



DISTRICT OF COLVXBIA. 

Advent 178... 

Ascension 624... 

Christ 800 .. 

Christ 317... 

Emmanuel 289. . . 

BpJphany Ljgg 

" Chapel ) ' 

Grace 286... 

Grace, Georgetown 169. . . 

Incarnation 122... 

Our Saviour 115. . . 

S.Alban 75 ( 

S. Alban Chai»el 25|* 

S.Andrew 525 .. 

S. James 255. . . 

S.John 896. 



} Edward Marshall Mott. 

i John H. Elliott, D.D 

I Thomas Worthlngton Cooke. 

( Arthur Sbaaff Johns. 

1 John Matthew Ezekiel McEee. 

Albert Rheti Stuart, D.D. 

Willard G. Davenport. 
(Randolph H. McKim. D.D 
i Albert Mayol) niilikcr. 

i James Macbride Sterreit, D.D. 

Louis G. Wood. 
I Herbert Scott Smith. 

Thomas Oakley Tongtie. 

W. Kemper Bocock. 

William Tayloe Snyder. 
John Thomas Crowe. 

George C. F. Bratenahl. 
Josiah Bedon Perry. 
James Walters Clark. 
CTharles E. Buck. 

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8. John (leth & H Sto.) 

** (28dSt.,betweeenOt 

AH Ste.) f 

S. Lnke (15th St. & Madison i 

Ave.) f 

8. Margaret (Connecticut i 

Ave. extended) S 

Washington (M & Half Sts.).. 

B. Michael and All Angels \ 

(2dd St. & Virginia Ave.), f 

8. PanI (28d St., between ( 

Penn Ave. & I St.) \ 

Rock (Treek (near Soldier^s ) 
Home) j 

S. Stephen (14th St. extend- ) 
ed & Kennesaw Ave.). . . . ( 

S. Thomas (18th & Madison ) 
Sts.) f 

Trinity (8d & C Sts.) 



CHUBCBES AKD COmCUinOANTS. 



S.John 841. 

S. Mary Chapel 166. 

S. Lnke 278., 

S.Margaret 150., 

S. Matthew Chapel 

S. Michael and All Angels . 288. . 

S.Paul 625.. 



8. Panl. 



160. 



Prince George . . 
8. Bartholomew 



8. Luke , 

Silver Spring. 
8. Peter 



8. Stephen 231 . . 

S.Thomas 288.. 

Trinity 557 . 

MONTGOMEBT CdUNTT. 

Christ, Rockville 170. . 

S.Bartbolomew3rookyiIle 1 

Unity Chapel. Unity V 22. . 

8. John, Mechanicsville. ..) 88. , 

S. Lnke, Brighton 84. 

Grace k *q[. 

S.Mary f ^*'- 

S. Peter, Poolesville i .j.* 

Christ, Bamesville f * ' 



( Alexander Mackay-Smith,D.D. 
•( Frank H. Blgelow. 
( Bme!>t M. Paddock. 

Oscar Lieber Mitchell. 

Owen Meredith Waller. 

Richard Lewis Howell. 

John Matthew Ezeklel McKee. 

William Robert Turner. 

Alfred Harding. 

•I Bdward Marshall Molt. 
( David Barr. 

George Fisko Dudley. 

John A. Aspfnwall. 

( Richard P. Williams. 
< Zscharias Val Spinoza. 
( Harry Fields Saumenig. 

Thomas J. Packard. 
P. M. Boyden. 



jjohn Esten Cooke Smedes, 
\ D.D. 

Walter Porter Griggs. 



DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA AND MONTGOMKRT COUNTY, 

AU Saints (Chevy Chase) IS. John 85. . . . jHenry Allen Griffith. 

Takoma Trinity 86.. 



::|i 



Geoive Harbangh Johnston, 



PRINCB GEOBOB's COUNTY. 



Epiphany 

Holy Trinity. 

Queen Anne., 
8. John 



8. Matthew . 



8. Panl . 



S.Philip... 
8. Thomas . 



Trinity . 
Zion.... 



iphsny, Fonrestvillc. . . . 

S.Matthew 

Holy Trinity, Collington . . 
8. George Chapel, Olendulu 

8. Barnabas 

8. John, Broad Creek 

S. Barnabas Chapel 

Christ, Surrattsville 

S.Matthew 

S. Lnke, Bladensbnrg 

AH Saints' Chapel, Benning 

Pinkney Memorial 

S.Paul 

8. Mary Chapel, Woodville 
S. Philip Chapel.Woodville 

8. Philip, Laurel 

S. Thomas 

Atonement 

Trinity, Upper Marlboro'. 
S. John Chapel, Beltsville 
8. Mark Chapel 



186. 
65. 



802. 
60. 

188., 

180., 
204.. 
112.. 



j James Brown Craighill 
I Randolph W. Lo^ 



■aighill. 
•wric, D.D. 



William Reeves Barker Turner. 
Richard T. Kerfoot. 

diaries J. S. Mayo. 

I Mason Campbell Strykcr. 
I Basil B.Tyler. 

Thomas Alexander Johnstone. 
Frank Peet Willes. 
Charles F. Sontag. 
Walter A. Mitchell. 



PRINCiS OKOROB'S and CnARLES COUNTIBB. 



S.John IChrist, Accokeek 1 

u 8. John Chapel, Bumpy V 121 .. . 
I Oak S 



Theophilns Smoot. 

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Durham : 

Pdrt Tobacco ".....'....! 

" (Piiicy Forest) . . 

Trinity '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '. '. '.'.'.'. '. 

(Oldflelds) 

William and Mary(IMcawaxen) 

All Faith 

All Saint* 

King and Qaeen 

8. Andrew 

y 

I 

8. Mary 

William and'Mary .*.*.' ..'..".'.'. 



CHUBCHBS Am) COMMimiCANTB. 



:}"• 



CHARLB8 COUNTY. 

Nanjemoy 

S. James Chapel 

Christ aua.. 

S.Paul Chapel 106.. 

S PhUip Chapel 

Trinity ^ qoq 

Trinity Chapel .. f^*^' 

ChrlBt 131.. 

BT. MARY 'a COUNTY. 

All Faith, Mechauiceville . ) 
Dent Memorial Chapel, > 175.. 

Charlotte Hall ( 

8. Mary 108.. 

All Saints ^»7.. 

Christ, Chaptlco 141 . . 

8. Andrew ] 

S. James Cliapel i ,o- 

8. Peter Chapel, Leonard- [ ''***•• 

town J 

Trinity » g, 

S. Ma-y Chapel f "'•• 

8. George 117 . 



j James Edward Poindezter. 
( John Randolph Brooks. 



John London. 

Charles Qrinnell Cogloy. 



John W. Chesley. 

Joseph O. Bryant. 

C. I. La Roche. 

James Lawreuson Smiley. 



Millard Fillmore Minnick. 
Man rice H. Vaoghan. 



NON-PAROCIIIAL. 



Ames, John O., Washington. 
Boam^ Ohre R. 

Briscoe, Jamen, Sotterley, St. Mary's Co. 
Camp, Norman W. J).D., Washington. 
Chapman, Henry P., Wagontown, Chester 
Co., Pa. 

Cornell, John, Washington. 
Cmmmell. Alexander, D.D., Washington. 
Falls, Netlson, Washington. 
Gibson, Frank M., Wai-hington. 
Graves. John Allen, Wa8hington. 
Harr«>ld, James Albert, Washington. 
Howell, Richard Lewis, Washington. 
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry, Wasmngton. 



I Morrison, William Foster, Chap., U. S. N. 
' SS. *' Minneapolis." 

Page, James J. 

Prescott, Philip Maxwell, Washington. 

Tennent, John C, Takoma Park. 

Todd, John Mallory, Hyattsville. Md. 

Townsend, Israal L., D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Tlmble. John. Jr., D.D., Georgetown. 

Tnnnell, William Victor, Wai-den King Hall. 
Washington. 

Ward, Warner Esmond Lee, Kingston, N. Y. 

Ware, William G. 

Williams, Gilbert Fearing, Cheraw, 8. C. 

Wood, Robert Sheridan Wilkes, Washington. 



DIOCESE OF WEST MISSOUBI. (A.B. 1890.) 

Population (1890), 1,388,581. Area, 36,720 sq. m. 

The Rt. Rev. Edward Robert Atwill, D.D., Bishop. (1890.) JieHdence^ 1700 East Thirty- 
second Street, Kansas City. Mo. 

Secretary and liegUtr<tr.— The Rev. John K. Dnnn, 1406 East Ninth Street, Kansas City, Mo. 

7V«n»Mr«r.— William B. Clarke, Kansas City, Mo. 

Chancellor.— WtiWacc Pratt, Esq., Kansas City, Mo. 

Standing Oommiffet>.—Clfrif'/U, the Rev. Cameron Mann, D.D., Prfs. : the Rev. John Henry 
Hopkins, the Rev. Robert Talbot, flee., 939 Lydla Avenne, Kansas City, Mo. Lay, Gardiner 
Latnrop, B. B. Fryer, M.D., and John D. Richardson, Jr. 

OERTROH INSTITUTION. 

Wdman''9 AwHliary, Diocesan Braw<rA.— [Organized June, 1890] Pre*., Mrs. E. R. Atwill, 1709 
Linwood Avenne, KanK&9 City, Mo. Chr. Sec., Mrs. Theodora Gowdy, 346 Woodland Avenne, 
Kansas City. Trecu., Miss Lain Dunn, 1406 East Ninth Sfrcet, Kansas City. 



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STATISTICS. 



1896. 



1897. 



Clei^ 

Priebts Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

, Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1 

48 


48 


54 


64 


12 


16 


264 


840 


245 


276 


4,085 


4,891 


382 


318 


2,364 


«,371 


|ra,888 


$68,022 



The 9th Annual Council will be held in Calvary Church, Sedalia, May 10, at 10 a.m. 



THB OLEROT. 

PRO-CATHEDRAL CHURCH OP S. GEORGE (cwn. 220), KANSAS CITY 
(Troost and Linwood Avenues). 
-Btfctor.— The Bishop. 
2)eon.— The Rev. Philip Gavan Duffy.* 

Bi8?ujp^8 ExanUning Chaplains.— The Rev. Cameron Mann, D.D., the Rev. John Henry 
Hopkins. 

Deam of ContJocatiom.—'SoTthem : The Rev. John Henry Hopkins, St. Joseph ; Central : 
The Rev. Robert Talbot, Kansas City ; Southern : The Rev. Alfred F. Blake, Carthage. 



PARISHEG 


AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Amazonia ••• 


8. Matthew 

8. Oswald 

Trinity 

Mediator 

Clhrist 

Grace 


... 20.... 
... 21.... 
... 4.... 
... 20.... 
... 89.... 
... 60 ... 




Atchison Co _ 


Lewis M Wijkins . 


Aurora .... 






BlHckbum .... 


Richard Ellerby. 


Boonville 


Brookfleld 


Brunswick 


S. Paul 


7 




Butler 


S.Mark 

S. John 


... 8i.... 
... 24 .. 


J M McBride. 


Cameron . 






Carroll ton.. 


8. Paul 

Grace 

Grace 


... 15... 

...118.... 

88. 




Carthage 


Alfred F. Blake. 


Chillicothe 


Frederick E. De Longr. 
Albert Lavine Whittaker. 
John William HIgson.* 


Clinton 

Fayette. . 


S.Paul 

S.Mary 

Trinity 

8. Peter 

Mt. Calvary 

Trinity 

S.Philip 

Grace 

Holy Spirit (Deaf Mute).. 
S.Augustine 

S.John 

S.Mark.. 

S.Mary 

Trinitv 


.. 58.... 
... 85.... 
... 10.... 
... 29 . . 
...21.... 
... 89 ... 
... 81.... 

..394.... 

.. 12.... 
... 60.... 

... 28.... 

..151.... 

...160... 
..875.... 


Hamilton ..... 


Harrisonville 




Holden 




John K. Dunn. 


Independence 


Grant Paul Sommerville. 


Joplin 




Alfred F. Blake. 


Kansas Caty 


(18th St., bet.] 
Broadway & i 
Washington i 
St.) J 

(Troost Ave., ( 
near llth St.) f 

(End of Inde- ( 
pendence av.) f 

((;or. of Pros-) 
pect Ave. & } 
7th St.) \ 

(18th and ( 
Holmes 8ts.) f 

(10th & Tra-J 
cy Sts.) f 


Cameron Mann, D.D. 

James Henry Cloud. 
Antone G. Singsen. 

Antone G. Singsen. 

J. Stewart Smith. 
Robert Talbot. 











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PARISHS8 AND MISSIONS. 


CUURCnSB AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLEBGT. 


Lebanon 


Trinity 

S.Paul 

Christ 

Grace 

S.Paul 


58.... 

«.... 

65.... 

8.... 

4.... 


John Wilkinson. 


Lee's Summit 


John W. Dunn. 


Lexington 


Richard Ellerby. 


Liberty 


Grant Paul SommervUle. 


Mansfield 




Marshall 


Trinity 

S.Paul 


76 .. 

35.... 

8.... 


J. de Quincy Donehoo. 
Lewis M. WUklns. 


Mary\'ille 


Monett 




Mountain Grove. . . 






S. Mark 


7... 




Neosho 


S.John 

All Saints 

S. Thomas 


88.... 

60.... 

15.... 




Nevada . . 


J. M. McBride, 


Platte City 


j- Henry A. Dnboc. 


Platisbure 


S. Mary 

(^vary 

S. Luke 


16.... 

7.... 

16.... 

15.... 


Plea!«ant Hill 


John W. Dunn. 


Rich Hill 




Richmond 


[ Henry A. Duboc. 


Salisbury 


Trinity 

S. Mary 

Calvary 

Christ 

S.John 

Christ 

Holy Trinity 

S. Mark 


!!!!!!!!!!! as!!!! 

298.... 

171 ... 

181.... 

469.... 

107.... 

8.... 


Savannan 


John K. Dunn. 


Sedalia 


Gerard Francis Patterson. 


Springfield 


j Joseph Moran. 
1 Rodney S. Nash. 
Melville M. Moore. 


(t 


St. Joeeph (North 7th & \ 

Francis Sts.). f 

(So. llih & Mon- (. 

terey Sis.) \ 

(1909 North 8d St.) 

(419Southl7thSt.) 

Sweet Sorinss 


John Henry Hopkins, 
r Arthur Rundles Price. 


S.Matthias 

8. Jam68. 


18.... 

18... 


Uerard Francis Patterson. 


Tipton 


7.... 




Trenton. 

Utica 


S. Philip 

Trinity 

Christ!!.*"!..'.'! . 
8. Paul 


84... 

18.... 

5.... 

35.... 

80.... 


Henry A. Duboc. 
Frederick B De Longy. 


Versailles 




Warrensburg 

Westport 


John K. Dunn. 
Robert Keating Smith. 


Weston 


8. John 

All Saints 

Trinity 


11.... 

88.... 

6.... 




West Plains 




Willow Springs 











NON.PAROCHI.\L. 



Bailey, George H., Weptford. 
Carey, M. F., Nebraska City, Neb. 
Crouch, A%her P., Kani*as Citv. 
Gay, John L., Santo F6, N. M. 
LyttOD, James P., Colorado. 



Norton, George Bancroft, D.D., Kansas City. 
Price, John, Independence. 
Saphir, Edward J. 
Smith, Sidney, Cameron. 



DIOCESE OF WEST YXBOINIA. (A.D. 1877.) 

Population (1890), 762,794. Area, 84,645 sq. m. 

The Rt. Ret. Gkorob William PBTERKnr, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. (1878.) Residence^ Park- 
ersburg. 

StereUtry of Cbiind/.— The Rev. Robert Douglas Roller, D.D., CJharleston. 

Treasnrer.^h. E. Sands, Wheeling. 

ReffUttw.^B. M. Ambler, Parkersbnrg. 

Chancellar.— Bon. J. P. Rogers^ Wheeling. 

StandiWf Cbmmlf4se.— Clerical, the Rev. Ckorge A. Gibbons, Pre*.: the Rev. William L. 
Gravatt, the Rev. William H. Neilson, D.D. Lav, Jacob Gassmam, I. H. Stridor, B. C. Washington, 
See. P. O., Charies-Town. 



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OHUKOH INSTITUTIONS. 

EpUecpal ffall. University of Wtst Virginia^ MorgarUawn.—The Rev. James Sheerin, WarcUTi, 

Episcopal High School.— See Diocese of Virginia. 

OirU^ Friendly Societv in America.— CSo diocesan officers ; one branch.) Berkeley 8priDg8 : 
S. Mark's Church. See., Mrs. A. L. Pendleton, Berkeley Springs. 

'* The Sheltering Arrng Uoftpital,*^ Painl Oreeky Kanawha Oo.—Physician and Bouse Supt., 
Alexander Irvine, M.D. Sec., Tbdmas L. Broun, Charleston. Chaplain^ the Rev. Robert Douglas 
Roller, D.D. 

Woman's AuxUiary, Diocesan J?roncA.— [Organieed June, 1890.] Pres., Mrs. W. H. Small, 
617 Murdoch Avenue, Parkersburg. 

Diocesan Paper.— "^ The Church News." Editor^ the Rev. John F. Woods, Moundsville. 



STATISTICS. 



Clerj^ 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed , 

Communicants 

Sunday Sciiool Teachers , 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers* 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions , 




The 21st Annual Council will meet in S. Paul's Church, Weston, on June 1. 

THE OLSRGT. 

Ths Bishop. 



Bishop's Examining Chaplains.— The Rev. 
the Rev. William L. Gravatt. 


S. Scollay Moore, 


D.D., the Rev. John S. Gibson, 


parishes and missions. 


CHURCHES AND 


COMJUmiCANTS. 


CLBROT. 


Alderson 


Messiah 

Redeemer 


10.... 

86.. . 

8 ... 


F. A. Meade 


Ansted 


John Tilton Marley. 
John Smith Lightbonm. 
Charies C. Pearson. 


Bayard 


Berkeley Springs 


S.Mark 

Christ 

Chrin 

Holy Trinity .... 

S. John 

Transfiguration . 
Christ 


84... 

54.... 

84.... 

31.... 

28.... 

14 ... 

10... 

1! 


Biuefleia.....f. ::.... ::.... 


Norman Fitz Hugh Marshall. 


Blue Ridge 


P. D. Thompson.* 


Bramweir. 


Norman FiU Hugh Marshall. 
W. K. Marshall. 


Brooke Co 


Buckhanon 


W. Hullihen Burkhardt. 


Blinker Hill 


Henry Thomas. 


C'amden and West Columbia. 


Andrew Glassell Grinnan. 


Caperton 


fi . 


John Tilton Marley. 
Robert J. Morgan. 

) Robert Douglas RoUer, D.D. 
1 Gerald CaM! 

James N. Deaver. 


Charleston 


S. James 

S. John 

S.Luke 

8. Matthew 

S. Philip 

Zion 

Christ 

Emmanuel 


270.... 

20.... 

41. .. 

42... 

84fl.... 

102... 

10.... 

8.... 


«i 


(South) 

Charies-Town 




William L. Gravatt. 


Clarkshnrg 




Clover Lick 




Coalburg 


Robert Donglas Roller, D.D. 


Cresap's Valley 


Grace 


20.... 

10.... 


John P. Woods. 


Davis 


John Smith Lightbonm. 


Davis Creek 


S. Andrew 


10.... 

.»4 


Gerald Card. 


Dnbree 


John Tilton Marley. 


Elizabeth 


fi... 


John F. Woods. 


Elklns 


S.Peter 

S.Paul 


8.... 

26. .. 


John Smith Lightbonm. 


BlmQrove 


Lee Huntingdon Young. 



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PARISHSS AMD MISSIONS. 



Fainnont 

Fort Spring 

Qlencoe 

Grafton 

Harper's Ferry... 
Hartford City . . . . 

Hedgeeyille 

Hemshaw 

Hinton 

Hnntington 

KanawEaClty ... 
Keeny's Creek.... 

Kenova 

Keyser 

Leetown 

Lewisborg 

Liyerpoof. 

Manmnc^n 

Martinsoorg 

Mercer's Bottom. 

MIddleway 

Monongah 

Montgomery 

Moorefleld 

Morgantowii 

Monndsville 

Mount Carbon... 

Mountain 

New Martinsville. 

Nuttall 

Okonoko 

Paint Creek 

Parkersbur^ 



Pleasants Co 

Pocahontas Co 

Point Pleasant 

Powellton 

Princeton 

Ravenswood 

Ripley 

Rlpon 

Romney 

Ronceverte 

Scary 

Shaw 

Shepherdstown 

Sisters viUe 

Smithtown 

Spencer 

Spruce Run 

St. Albans 

Summit Point 

Sutton'(Blk River) . 

Tavemenville 

Union 

Volcano 

Waverly 

Wellsburg 

Weston 

Wheeling (South).. 



White Sulphur Springs. . 

Williamstown 

Willow Island 



CHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Christ 97.. 

Holy Comforter 7. . 

Epiphany 2.. 

8. Matthlais 48. . 

S.John 25.. 

5.. 

Mt. Zion 18.. 

S. Stephen ». . 

Ascension 48. . 

Trinity 170.. 

S.Mark 8.. 

20.. 

Grace 10.. 

13.. 

. Bartholomew 81 . . 

.S.James 9.. 

Whittle Chapel 18.. 

S. Andrew 14 . 

Trinity 186.. 

Bruce Chapel 22.. 

Grace 55.. 

2.. 

Calvary 19.. 

Emmanuel 81 . . , 

Trinity 88?. 

Trinity 68. . 

5... 

S.Andrew 18... 

S.Ann 40. . 

10... 

Epiphany 20... 

4... 

Good Shepherd 

Trinity 258... 

S.Mary 11 .. 

14... 

Christ 62... 

S. David 84... 

Heavenly Rest 18. . . 

Grace 17... 

S. John 87... 

S. John 40... 

8. Stephen 19... 

Incarnation 5. . . 

S.John 1... 

4 .. 

Trinity 174... 

S.Paul 28... 

8... 

11... 

4... 

S.Mark 25... 

Holy Spirit 81... 

17... 

Grace 

All Saints 39... 

Emmanuel 2... 

5... 



Christ 88... 

S.Paul 101... 

S. Andrew 50. . . 

S.Luke 216 .. 

S. Matthew 344. . . 

S.Thomas 29... 

Christ 27... 

S.John 15... 



Luther Wesley Doggett. 

[ George W. Easter. 

John Smith Lightboom. 
William L. Gravatt. 

William T. LeaveU. 
Gerald Card. 
F. A. Meade. 
John S. Gibson. 
Gerald Card. 
John TUton Marley. 
John S. Gibson. 
George A. Gibbon*. 

A. J. WilUs. 

Mynn Thurston Turner. 
Charles M. Campbell. 

B. M. Spurr. 
Henry Thomas. 
Andrew Glassell Grinnan. 
A.J.WUlis. 

Luther Wesley Doggatt. 
John Richard Joyner. 
George A. Gibbona. 
James Sheerin. 
B. M. Spurt. 
John Tuton Marley. 
William L. Gravatt. 
Robert U. Brooking. 
John Tilton Marley. 
George A. Gibbons. 
Robert Douglas Roller, D.D. 

t S. Scollay Moore, D.D. 
1 W. K. Marshall. 

Mynn Thurston Turner. 
Andrew- Glassell Grinnan. 
John Tilton Marley. 
Norman Fits Hugh Marshall. 

Charles M. Campbell. 

P. D. Thompson.* 
George A. Gibbons. 
M y 1 1 Tim rnton Turner. 
Jots II Ili<-ti;ird Joyner. 
Gror^e A. Glbbons. 
Williuti H. Neilson, D.D. 
Rolurt T Brooking. 
Liiihcr Wesley Doffiett. 
Ctiarlrs M, CampbelT. 
Artliur K. Fenton. 
John Kichard Joyner. 
A. J. Willis. 
W. Hulllhen Burkhardt 
S. Scollay Moore, D.D. 
George W. Baster. 

John F. Woods. 

W. K. Marshall. 

Thomas E. Swan. 
W. Hnllihen Burkhardt. 
Lee Huntingdon Yonng. 
Jacob Brittmgham. 
Nathaniel Seymour Thomas. 
George W. Baster. 

John P. Woods. 



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^GY CONNECTED WITH THE BRAZILIAN MISSION, UNDER THE CANONICAL 
^JURISDICTION OP THE BISHOP OP WEST VIRGINIA (BY APPOINTMENT OF THE 
PRESIDING BISHOP). 



Brande, Vincente, Porto Alegre, Brazil. 
Brown, William Cabell, Waohiogton, D.C. 
Cabral, Amerlco Yespacio. Viamao, Brazil. 
Frasa, Antonio Macbada ae, Rio Dos Sinoe, 
Brazil. 



zil. 



zil. 



EiDsolving, Laden Le«, Rio Grande, fira- 

Meem, John Gaw. Pelotas, Brazil. 

Morris, James Watson, Porto Alegre, Bra- 



For WESTEBH COLOBADO, see page 165. 



DIOCESE OF WESTEBH HICHIGAN. (A.D. 1874.) 

LnuTS.— The exact boundaries are aefoUowf : On the norths Lake Michigan and the Strait* qf 
MacHnae. (hi the easty the counties named Sheboygan^ Otsego, Oraw/ordy Boscommony Gladwin^ 
Midland, Gratiot, Clintonylugham, Jackson, and JBUsdale. On the south, the northern boundary 
of Indiana. On the west. Lake Michigan. 

Popnlation (1890), 794,969. Area, 18,449 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rky. Gtobob De Normandib Gillbsfib, D.D., Bishop. (1875.) Residence, Grand 
Rapids. 

Secretary of Contention.— The "R/^y. John N. Rippcy, 148 Clay Ave., Mnskegon. 

Treasurer.— JSMitiXi T. Montgomery, Ionia. , 

Begistrar.—T\L% Rev. Albert E. Wells, Traverse City. 

Standina Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Robert R. Claiborne, Pres.; the Rev. Lewis Brown, 
the Rev. William H. Yan Antwerp, D.D. Lay, J. Davidson Bams, William J. Stuart, Jacob 
Kleinhans. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Akeley Institute^Orand Haven.— Diocemn School for Girls. Under the Bopervislon of the 
Bishop. Mrs. J. B. Wilkinson, PrincipaL Rev. James E. Wilkinson, Ch<nJlttin. 

Oirls* Friendly Society in America.— CSo diocef>an officers ; one parochial branch.) Kala- 
mazoo, S. Lnke's Charch. Sec, Mrs. Ramney. Two Unattached Associates: Miss F.Wilkea, 
Allegan ; Miss Sara Schayler, Marshall. 

The Association of the Diocese qf Western Michigan [Incorporated] to Bold the Funds cf the 
Diocese and PropeHyin Trust.— Pres., the Bishop. Sec, the Rev. J. N. Rippey. Treas,, Freder- 
ick Gortiam, Grand Rapids. 

Woman'^s Auxiliary. Diocesan Z?raw<?A.— [Organized 1880.1 Annual meeting : Wednesday be- 
fore the last Sunday in May : a week before Diocesan Convention, in order to give full reports to 
the Bishop. Pres., Mrs. William G. Austin, 218 West Cedar St., Kalamazoo. Sec Mrs. T. J. 
O'Brien, <§rand Rapids. Trea*., Mrs. A. U. Noble, 511 Yillage St., Kalamazoo. 

Diocesan Paper.^^*' The Church Helper,'' Hastings, Mich. Managing Editor, Rev. Joseph W. 
Bancroft. 



STATISTICS. 


1896. 


is:^;. 


Clergy 


88 

8 

49 

54 

8 

499 

846 

6,196 

227 

2,517 

$68,421 


85 


Prlefets Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices 


49 


Organ\7Aid Parishes and Missions 


65 


Unorganized Parishes and Missions 


9 


Baptisms , 


485 


Confirmed !'..!!.! '""" 


888 


Communicants 


5,029 


Sunday School Teachers 


840 


Sunday School Scholars 


2,664 


Contributions 


$54,790 





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THB OLERGT. 

Thb Bishop. 

Blsh/yp'i Bxamininff Chaplains.— The R«t. Arther H. Locke» the Rev. Marcus H. Martin, the 
Rey. James B. Wilkinson, the Rer. Charles D. Atwell. 

General in«tionarie«.— Convocation of Kalamazoo : The Rev, Joseph W. Bancroft, Hastings ; 
Convocation of Grand Rapids : The Rev. Woodford P. Law, Grand Rapids. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Albion 


S.James 

Good Shepherd 

S. Matthew 

S. Thomas 

Holy Trinity 


.... 75.... 

...146.... 

7.... 

829.... 

.... 80.... 


Herman P. Vicbom. 


All^ran 


William Lncas. 


Baldwin 


General Missionary. 


Battle Creek 




Lewis Brown. 


Benton Harbor 


Montgomery 8. Woodruff. 
William E. Wright. 


Blji: Rapids. 




8. Andrew 


.... 60.... 


Cassopolis 


8. James 


.... 16.... 


General Missionary. 


Central Lake 

Charlevoix 


8. Matthias 

Christ 

Grace 


.... 10.... 
.... 39.... 
.... 66..,. 


The Bishop. 


Charlotte 




Cold water 


S.Mark 

Redeemer 

S.Paul 

S.John 

Grace 

8. Beda (Deaf Mutes) . . 

S.John 

S.Lnke 

S.Mark 

S.Matthew 

S.Paul : 

Trinity 

S.Paul 

S. John 

Rrnmanu^l , 


159.... 

18.... 

.... 57.... 
127.... 

.... S.... 

....218.... 
15.... 

33.... 

27.... 

653.... 

80.... 

137.... 

254 ... 

51.... 

5.... 

180... 


Herbert Sowerby. 


East Jordan 




Elk Rapids 




Grand Haven 

Grand Ledire 

Grand Rapids (Lafayette & ( 

Cherry Sts.) f 

" (Division St.) .. 

(Central &) 

HighlandV 


James E. Wilkinson. 
General Missionary. 
J R. H. Fortescne Gairdner. 
1 Marcus H. Martin. 
Austin W. Mann.* 

1 


ti 


(Division St.) 
head of)- 
Pearl) f 


1 

f Charios R. Hodge. 

J 


It 
Greenville . . 


(Turner St. 1 
between SdV 
A(4thSts.)..t 

(Bast Bridge) 
St. & Col-V 
lege Ave.).. ) 


Arthur H. Locke. 

H. H. Johnston. 
John N. Rlppey. 


Harbor Sprinfira 




Hastinirs. .. 




Charies D. Atwell. 


Holland 


Grace 

Christ 


..,.M.... 


William H. Van Antwerp, D.D. 


Homer 


General Missionary. 


Ionia 


8. John 

S.Luke 

Grace 

S.James 

Nativity 

Holy Triniiy 

Trinity 

8. Paul 

S. John 

8. Luke 


189.... 

4«0.... 

68... 

23.... 

10.... 

199.... 

170.... 

30.... 

70.... 

86 


William H. Thomas, D.D. 




Robert R. Claiborne. 


Ludington 


William Westover. 


Luther 

Mancelona 


r (General Missionary. 


Manistee 




Marehall 




Mendon 




Mt. Pleasant 






Muskegon. . . 








S.Paul 

8. Mark 


196.... 

85 ... 




NewayiK) 


General Missionary. 


NUes._:::. .:::::::;:::: •• 


Trinity 

S.Mark 

S.James 

Emmanuel 


25rt.... 

14.... 

45.... 

80.... 

18 ... 




Paw Paw 


\ (General Missionary. 


Pentwater 


Petoskey 


John W. Armstrong. 


Portland 




Qnlncy 


S. John. 


Ifi .. 


. General Missionary. 


Reed City.... 


7... 


Rockfoid. 


s. James 


15.... 

43 ... 




St. Joseph 


s. Paul. !.'.■.!." :. 


Montgomery S. Woodruff. 



* Officiating by permission. 



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PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHUBCHBS 


AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLBBQT. 


Saogatack 


All Saints... 
S.Stephen.. 

Grace 

S.James.... 

Trinity 

Grace 

S. Johannes 

Grac« 

Redeemer. . . 


25.... 

20.... 

.!'.*..'.".'.!'.!'.!! 47!.;; 

24.... 

41... 

10... 

19 ... 

20.... 




Schoolcraft 


Artemas Wetherbee. 


Stanton .... . 


General Missionary. 


Stnrgls 


Three Rivers 


Artemas Wetherbee. 


Traverse City 




Tustin 


General Missionary. 


Union City 


[ General Missionary. 


Whitehall 







NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Beckwith, Sidney. Port Huron. 
Hines, Thomas, Manistee. 
Hughes, Henry, Coldwater. 
Mendenhall, Cvnis, Chaplain, State House 
of Correction and Reformatory, Ionia. 



Morris, Moseley, Kalamazoo. 
Oppen, Karl B. G., Chicago. 
Taylor, J. Rice, ."^augatnck. 
Wells, Albert E., Traverse City. 



DIOCESE OF WESTEBH HEW TOBK (A.D. 1838.) 

LnmB.—Ths counties qf AlUgany, CaUaraugus, Chautatiqua, Erie, Genesee, lAvingston, Mon- 
-■■-'' ^ ^ . ^ Wyoming, and Totes, in the State qf 



roe, Niagara, Ontario, (means, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, 
New York, 

Population (1800), 1,104,796. Area, 11,345 sq. m. 



Tab Rt. Rbv. William David Walker, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. 
814 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo. 



Residence, the See House, 



Secretary qf Council.— The Rev. Charles Wells Hayes, D.D., Phelps. 

Registrar.^The Rev. Thomas B. Berry, Buffalo. 

Chancellor.— ^Bme9 Murdock Smith, LL.D., Buffalo. 

Treasurer qfthe Diocese.— U&Twood Hawks, Rochester. 

Standing Committee.— Clerical, the Rev. Walter North, L.H.D., Pres. : the Rev. Addison Mon- 
roe Sherman, Sec.: the Rev. Charies Francis Joseph Wrigley, the Rev. Jacob A. Resrester, D.D. 
Lay, William H. Walker, Henry R. Hopkins, M.D., John E. Pound, Oilman H. Perkins. 



OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Cory CoOegiats School, Oai^fleld.— [Founded 1840.] Ptincipal, the Rev. Curtis C. Gove. 

Church Charity Foundation, Bt^cdo.— VisitGr, the Bishop. Chaplain, the Rev. Jesse Brush. 
Deaconesses in charge. Sister Louise and Sister Mary. 

Church Borne, Geneva.— Visitor, the Bishop. Pres., the Rev. Henry W. Nelson, Jr., D.D. Sec,, 
A. P. Rose. Matron, Miss Anna Bunnell. 

Church Home, Mount Hope Avenue, Rochester.— \lncor. l&dQ.] TT^itor, the Bishop. TWO*., 
W. W. Mumford. Chaplain, the Rev. Albert Wood. 

DeLaneey Divinity School.— (9ee Educational Institutions, p. 50.) 

DeLanoey School/or Girls, Geneva.— [Incor. 1885.] Principal, Miss Mary S. Smart 

De Veaux College, Niagara Falls.— [Incor. 1858.] Head Master, the Rev. William Stanley 
Barrows. 

Girls^ Friendly Society in America.— (Fonrteen branches.) Pres., Miss F. S. Ingalls, 30 Har- 
vard Street, Rochester. Sec., Mrs. J. A. Van Ingen, 25 East Street, liochester. 

S. MargareVs School, Buffalo.— Principal, Miss Eliza Turk. 

The Church Club, Rochester.— Pres., Eus;cne C. Denton, Elwood Building, Rochester, N. T. 

Ths Laymen'' s League.— Supt., Lewis Stockton. 



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257 



Woman's AuxUlaryi Diocesan fira/tcA.— [Organized June, 1881.] Annual meeting : last 
WedneBdav and Thuredav in September. Prss., Mrs. W. L. Hnleey.SSQ South Avenue, Rochester. 
Oor. ^^., Mrs. Lloyd Wludsor, 197 Main Street, Honiellsville. Treas., Mrs. Dwight 8. Chamber- 
Iain, Lyons. 

Diocfsan Paper.— '*■ Our Church Work." Buffalo. Ojnce, comer of Ellicott and South Division 
Streets, Buffalo. J^kiUor, the Rev. Warren Warson Walsh. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Rdiflces 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Conflrmed 

Commonicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



119 


121 


a 


4 


128 


125 


127 


181 


11 


11 


1,687 


1,898 


1,880 


1.4^ 


18,960 


19,680 


1,847 


1,370 


12,016 


11,988 


$802,245 


$320,447 



The 6l8t Annual Council will meet on May 17, where the Bu<hop appointa. 

THB OIiERGT. 

The Bishop. 

Archdsa/xms.—Bnflalo : The Ven. Francis Lobdell, D.D., LL.D.; Rochester : the Ven. Louis C- 
Waahbum, D.D. 

General Mlssianarie* for Bi^ffjalo. ^The Rer. John Howard Perkins, the Rev. George William 
Farrar, the Rev. Frank Hi 11 lard Barton. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 



Addison 

Albion 

Allen's Hill . 

Angelica 

Attica 

Avoca 

Avon 

Batavia 

Bath 

Belfast 

Beimont 

Belvidere.... 

Benjen 

Bradford.... 
Bninchport.. 
Hrockport... 
Buffalo (Main St. n. Utfca) 

" (North St. cor. Lin 
wood) 

" (Jewett Ave.) 



CUURCBBfl AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Lln-V 



Redeemer 112..., 

Christ 215. . 

S. Paul 10... 

S.Paul 108... 

S.Luke 87... 

S. James 29. . . , 

Zion 89... 

S. James 380. . . . 

S. Thomas 225 ... . 

Grace 26 

8. Philip 61.... 

Christ 20... 

S.John 17..., 

S. Andrew 86. . . . 

IS. Luke..' 40.... 

S. Luke 200.... 

All Saints 347. . . . 

Ascension 450... 

Good Shepherd 48. 



(Spruce St.). 



(Niagara & Penfield t n^^^ y.^ 

S^.) j'lOrace 374. 



. S. Andrew 230. 

(Riley St. n. Jefferson I 8. Barnabas 118. 

(Howard St. n. Carsey) S. Bartholomew 58. , 

. S.Clement 

rS. James 561. 

IS. Jude 

8. Matthew 181. 

18. Peter 81. 

tS. Stephen 85. 

S. John 228. 



(Swan St.),. 



(BabcockSt.) 

(Lovejoy St ) 

(Bailey Ave.) 

(Lafayette Ave. & i 
B Idwell P arkway). ^ 

17 



William Herbert Hawken. 
Francis S. Dunham. 
John Robert Kennedy-Bell. 
J Frederick William Beecher. 
1 Abraham Joseph Warner. 
Archdeacon of Buffalo. 
Bci^amin Smith Sanderson. 
Henry Faulkner Darnell, D.D. 
Addison Monroe Sherman. 
Beniamin Smith 8andon*on. 
Frederick William Becchcr. •- 
Solon Anrellus Whitcomb. 
Archdeacon of Buffalo. 
Pierre Cushin^. 
Benjamin Franklin Miller. 
Frank Miller Baum. 
Henry Rollings. 
Gteorge Herbert Caviller. 

Geo. Brinckerhoff Richards. 

Thomas Benjamin Berry. 

Claries Alfred Rlcksecker. 

Harvey Sheafe Fisher. 
Henry E. S. Somer^•|llc. 
lArchdencon of Buffalo. 
Robert (;ilbert Osbom. 

f Charles Henry Smith, D.D. 

j John Leal.* 

.' Ch«rlei« Arthur Bracdon. 

] Charlfs Marcus Kimball. 

1 William Oscar Jarvis. 

I J. H. Herendren. 
(Jeopjre Grey Ballard. 



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(Main St.) 'S Paul 707 



(Elm St.) . 
(Elk St.). 



•* (Delaware Ave.) 

Caledonia 

Canandaigna 

Canaseraga 

Catharine 

Charlotte 

Clifton Springs 

Clyde 

Corf n 

Coming 

Cuba 

Dansville 

Dresden 

Dunicirlc 

East Aurora 

East Bloomfleld 

EUicottvillc 

Fairport 

Forestville 

Franklinville 

Fredonia 

Geneseo 

Geneva 



Gowanda 

Hamburgh 

HammondBport. . 

Unrtfleld 

Hnrtland 

Holley 

Honeoye Falls... 

Homelisville 

Hunt's 

Irving 

Jamestown 

Lancaster 

Le Roy 

Lewiston 

Little Valley.... 

Livonia 

Lockport 



Lyons 

Mayville 

Medina 

Middh'port .... 
Montour Failp.. 
Mount Morris.. 

Newark 

Niagara Fulls . . 



North Tonawanda , 

Nnnda 

Oakfield 

Glean 



S.Philip 100 . 

8. Thomas 8U8. , 

Trinity 854.. 

S.Andrew ao.. 

S.John 201.. 

Trinity 162.. 

S. John »8.. 

S. (ieorge 56. . 

S.John 100.. 

S.John 188.. 

S.Luke 22.. 

Christ »«., 

Christ 71., 

S. Peter 150., 

S.John 25. 

S.John 18« 

Matthias 95. 

S. Peter.. 2i). 

S.John 4». 

S.Luke 20. 

S. Peter 12. 

S. Barnabas IC. , 

Trinity 1»7., 

S.Michael 280. 

3 S. Andrew , 

i S. Peter 330. 

Trinity 678., 

S.Peter 18. 

Trinity 25 

S.James 120. 

George'. 16. 

Trinity , 

S. Paul 44., 

S.John GO. 

«'hrist 29., 

Mark 19. 

S.Andrew 18.. 



8. Luke. 



.849. 



Trinity 107.. 

S.Mark 170.. 

S.Paul 5fi.. 

S.Peter 17.. 

Grace 25 . 

Christ IIH., 

Grace 4iS.. 

Grace 225., 

S. Paul 79. 

8. John 149. 

Trinity 83. 

S.Paul VO. 

S.John 12fi. 

S.Mark 12n. 

Epiphany 168. 

S.Peter 2':o. 

S.Mark :JM. 

Gmce 39. 

S.Michael 72. 

8. Stephen 895 . 



Walter North, L.H.D. 
Nathan William Stanron. . 

j Chas. Francis Joseph Wrigley. 

I John Saul Wilson. 

f Jacob Asbury Regester, D.D. 

f John Stockton Littell. 
Thomas Fisher Marsden. 

) Francis Lobdell, D.D., LL.I). 

I Cameron Josiah Davis. 
Henrv Faulkner Darnell, D.D. 
Charles John Clausen. 
Francis Gilliat. 
Francis Fenelon Rice. 
Henry Seely Dennis. 

Lewis Post Franklin. 

Walter Coe Roberts. 
Frank Norwood Bouck. 

Archdeacon of Rochester. 
Willinm Wallace Rafter. 
Warren Watson Walsh. . 
Archdeacon of Rochester. 

Herbert Luther Wood. 
William Wallace Rafter. 
Archdeacon of Buffalo. 
John James Landers, LL.D. 
CTharles Homer Boynton. 
(John Brewster Hubbs, D.D., 
\ D.C.L. 

j Henry Welles Nelson, Jr., D.D. 
1 Ellis Bedell Dean. 
Archdeacon of Buffalo. 
Arthur Hallett Mellen. 
Thomas Duck. 
George W. binclair Ayres. 
Henry Stevens Gaf ley. 
CuthDert Ogilvie Sharp Kearton. 
John Robert Kennedy-Bell. 
Edwin Stnner Hoffman. 
Daniel William Cameron. 
Archdeacon of Buffalo. 

Andrew Sidney Dealey. 

George Alexander Harvey. 
Pierre Gushing. 

Archdeacon of BnfEalo. 
Henry Faulkner Darnell, D.D. 
George Sherman Burrows. 
) William Frederick Faber. 
1 George Sherman Burrows. 
William Nay lor Webbe. 
George W. Slnchiir Ayres. 
Robert Lindsay Macfarlane. 
Henry Stevens Gatley. 
William Lawrence Davis. 
William Anderson Stirling. 
Alfred Brit tain. 
James Roy, LL.D. 
Philip Wheeler Mosher. 
Evan Halzell Martin. 
Daniel William Cameron. 
Cnrtis Carlos Gove. 
James William Ashton, D.D. 



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259 



I>ARIi<UE8 AND MISSIONS. 


CniTRCHKS AND 


COMMUNICANTS. 


CLEBQY. 


Orchard Park 


S.Mark 


123.... 


Arthur HallettMellen. 


Palmyra 


Zion 


180.... 


Charles Thomas Walkley. 


Penn Yan 


S.Mark 


130.... 


Frank Miller Banm. 


Phelps 

Plttaford 


S 


w.... 


Charles Wells Hayes, D.D. 


C 

Gra.r 

All Siiiuts 


105.... 

48.... 

81.... 


Herbert Luther Wood. 


Randolph 


George Robert Bruvh. 


Rochcsier (Webster Ave.) 


ThoB. Alexander ParnelK D.C.L. 


" (AugiistlneSt.).... 


A^criision 


90.... 


Ge<»rge Thomas Le Bontillier. 
j William D'Orville Doty, D.D. 
1 Elijah Hamlin £d^on. 


(Bi»tAve.&Wil-j 


Chri-L. 


756.... 


liani 8t.) f 


** (JeflFerson Ave. & 1 

AdumHSt.).... I 


EiMpttiiuy 


330... 


Amos Skeele. 


(Arerlll Ave. &( 


S. Andrew 


546 ... 


< Algernon Sidney Crapsey. 
) Thomas Elliot Calvert. 


Ashland St.)... )' 


" (Almira St. &/ 
Grand Park)... ) 


S, Jiirnos 


210... 


James Hogarth Dennis. 


(So. Pltzhagh St.). 


8, Luko 


684.... 


jRolMTt Roy McGregor Con- 
] verse, D.D.» D.C.L. 


(HolllBter&Hud-l. 

sonSts.) f 

(N.S.Paul St.).... 

" (Jones Ave. & ( 

Frank St.). . . j 


S.Mnrk 


236.... 


Edward Phelan Hart. 


8. raiil 

Triniiy 


350.... 

800... 


j Murray Augustus Bartlett. 
1 Channcey Haydn Blodgett. 
Warren Calhoun Hubbard. 


Salamanca 


S Marv 


14r.... 


George William Farrar. 


Scottsville 


Gr;i<-,'; 


60.... 


i{ichard Clinton Searing. 
Archdeacon of Rochester. 


Shortsvllle 


Tiinitv 

8 \lhan 


18.... 

81. .. 


Silver Creek 




Sinclairviile 


All SaiQls 

S John 


«5...: 

72 


j- Archdeacon of Buffalo. 


Sodus 


1 


Sodns C'>ntre 


S Ijik(j 


S."} 


^ Edmund Cooke Bennett. 


Sodas Point 


CliiT^r 


' '.'..'.!'. 30*.*.;*. 


Louis Bevler Van Dyck, D.D. 


Sonth PhelDs 


S rniil 


22 


Archdeacon of Rochester 


Springville 


8, Paul 


42.... 




St-ftfTord 


8 rani. 


43 


Archdeacon of Buffalo. 


Victor 


Co. tisnepherd.. 
Trinity 


4.... 

(J4.... 


Archdeacon of Rochester. 


Warsaw 


Melanctbon Cleveland Hyde. 


Watkins 


8. .lames 


las.... 


Abram Willis Ebersole. 


Wayne 

WelUvllle 


S. John 


16.... 


Benjamin Franklin Miller. 
Solon Aurelius Whitcomb. 


S. John 

S Vvlvr 

S. {'lenient 

S John 


62... 

W... 

!«.... 

59 


Westfleld 


John McKinney. 
John Edmund Battin. 


Wethersfleld Springs 


Toangstown 


Eugene Jeffrey Babcock. 







Officiatinq by License.— Leal, John (C. N. Y.), Buffalo. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 



Atwnod, Tnllins Wilson. Buffalo. 

Badger, Frank Evans, Nunda. 

Barrows, William Stanley, Head Master, De 
Veanx College. 

Blanchet, John Baptiste, D.D , Clifton 
Sprlntrs. 

Boorom, Sylvester Daily, Chaplain, IT. S. N., 
U.S Fasship "San Francisco " (at pea, cruising). 

Brockway, Albert .Alonzo. Newburgh. N. Y. 

Brnmh. Jesse. Chaplain, Ch. Home, Buffalo. 

Catterson, William, Catawba. 

Caughn, John Hucior, Geneva. 

Davis, Arthur C^uincy, Rochester. 

Dolloway, Edward, Oswego. 

Easterbrooks, Francis Eugene, Glenora. 

Easterbrooks, Isaac, Painted Post. 

Foote, Israel, D.D., R. Em.. Rtx'.hester. 

Foster. James Prentiss, Geneva. 

Gallagher. Peyton, Geneva. 

Granger, Francis, Buffalo. 

Hitchcock, William Augustas, D.D., New 
York. 



Hyde, Frederick Swartz, WestporL Ct. 

Jarvis, William Oncar. Albany. 

Jones, Robert Ellis, President, Hobart Col- 
lege, Geneva. 

Kidder, Pascal Pembroke, Dunkirk. 

Kirkby, Henry Martin. 

Leigh ton, Joseph Alexander, C!haplain, Ho- 
bart College. Geneva. 

Page, Rolla Oscar, Brooklyn. 

Palmer, Noble, S . Panl. Minn. 

Perkins, John Henry, Strafford. 

Ray, John Wainwright, Washington, D. C. 

Richardson, Leonard Woods, LL.D., Albany. 

RosenmQller, George Frederick. 

Seibold, John Schultz, Chaplain, U. 8. A., 
Port Canby, Wash. 

Sherwood. Lyman Hinsdale, Lyons. 

Tavlor, William O. Jlochester. 

WflUams. William Henry, Lyons. 

Wood, Albert, Chaplain, Ch. Home, Roch- 
ester. 



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WESTEEN TEXAS. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

Limits.— 7%« counfies of Calhouru, Jackson, LavaccQj Gonzales, Caldwell, Hays, Blanco, Llano, 
San Sata, McCulloch, Concho, Green, and Tom, in the State of Texas, together with all the counties 
ctnd territories in said State smith and southwesterly thereof, and BretcsSer County. 

Population, 261,000. Area, 110,000 sq. m. 

NoTB.— By action of the General Convention, 1895, the conntles of Brown, Rnnnels, and Cole- 
man were added to the Diucese of Dallas, and all the following counties west of the Pecos in the 
State of Texas (Ei Paso, Reeves. Jeff Davis. Presidio, Foley. Bachel, and Pecos) were taken from 
Western Texas and added to New Mexico Mission. Tlie county of Brewster, which evidently ought 
to have been inclnded in the transfer, was not done so by the wording of the resolution. 

ThbRt. Rbv. Jambs Stbptob Johnston, D.D., Bishop. (1888.) Residence, San Antonio. 

Secretary.— The Rev. George Hinson, San Marcos. 

Treasurer.— W . O. Hutchison, San Marcos. 

Historiographer.— The Rev. James T. Hutcheson, San Antonio. 

Standing Comviiitee.— Clerical, the Rev. James T. Eutcheson, D.D., the Rev. Walter R. 
Richardson. Lay, W. P. Finley, W. O. Uuichison. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 



S. Mary's Flail, San Antonio (Wo{fe Memorial).— A. High School for Girls. Principal, the 
Rev. Wallace Camahun. 

Wesl Texas Military Academy, San Antouio.- Principal, the Rev. Allan L. Burleson. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan ^rancA.— [Organized June, 1892.] Annual meeting ; time and 
place of Annual Convocation. Pies., Mrs. Joseph Muir, 615 Hays St., San Antonio. Sec.,VL\^ 
Roberta Johnston, San Antonio. lYeas., Mrs. McCracken, San Ant< nio. 

Diocesan Paper.— '^'^ The Church News," San Antonio. Editor, the Rev. James T. Hutcheson, 
D.D. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Unorj^nized Parishes and Missions . 

BaptSms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunda V School Scholars 

Contributions 




1,900 
1,000 



The 24th Annual Convention will be held at such time and place as the Bishop shall appoint. 



THB CLBRGT. 

Thb Bishop. 



PAJllSnES AND MISSIONS. 



Alice.... 
Bandera 
Beeville 



CHUB0HB8 AND CO]Cir[TN1CA.NT8. 



8... 
3... 



SPhilip 12 

Berclair ' S . A ndrew 6 . . . 

Boerne. . S. Helena 80 

Brackettville S. Andrew 35. . . . 

Brady 18.... 

Brownsville Advent 56 

Caranchna 1 6 Arthur W. Burrooghs. 

260 

^'^ -.gitizedby 



A. W. S. GardeDx 



j-A.W. S.Garden. 

Richard Galbraith. 
James Senior. 
Arthur Rooney. 



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WYOMING AKD IDAHO. 



261 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


OHUBOHES AND COX1CUNICANT8. 


CLSBOT. 


Ck>rpa9 Cbrl^ti 


Good Shepherd 

Grace 

S. James 


76.... 

102.... 

25.... 

16.... 




Cuen) 




Del Rio 


David Funsten Ward. 


DriecoU 


A. W. 8. Garden. 


Baffle Paw. 


Redevraer 


66.... 

86... 


Le Roy Sumner Bates. 


EdSn.v!!:.:::::::;;; :;::::; 




Edna. 




Arthur W. Burroughs. 


FJoreavJlIe 


7.. 


David Griffith Gunn, D.D. 


iPori McKavett 


8.... 




Frederickaban: 


10 . 


Richard Galbraith. 


Goliad 

OnnK^Afl. , , , . 


S. Stephen 

Mesaiah 

S.James 


40.... 

89.... 

12.... 

5.... 


A. W. S. Garden. 
Percy W. Jones. 


Hallet8ville 




Junction City 




Kerrville.. . . 


S.Peter 

S.Mary 

Chnst 

Grace 


40.... 

20.... 

58.... 

20.... 

18.... 


Richard Galbraith. 


Kyle 


Geoige Hinson. 


T,ar»do 


Jeremiah Ward. 


Lavaca 


Arthur W. Burroughs. 


Llano .•. 




T'ockhikrt 


Emmanuel 

Annunciation 

Advent 


15.... 

20.... 


Goorge Hinson. 
Percy W. Jones. 


Luling 


t^^^^n 


Menardville 




Montell 


Ascension 

Trinity 

S.Peter 

All Saints 


26.... 

19.... 

80.... 

14.... 


James Senior. 


Peareall 


Henry M. Brown. 
A. w. S. Garden. 


Rockport 


RosavUle 


Henry M. Brown. 
Charles Wright. 


Rnnge 


S.John 

Emmanuel 

S. John 


87.... 

60.... 

28. . 


San Angelo 


Francis R. Starr. 


San Anw>nio . . , 


\ David Griffith Gunn, D.D. 




S. Luke 

8. Mark 


69.... 

..501 


11 


Walter R. Richardson. 


«» 


S.Paul 

S.PhDip 

Trinity 


77. .. 

83.... 

25.... 

..:... 6.... 


Allan L. Burieson. 
Walter Henry Marshall. 


t« 


Snn Diego 




San Marcos 


S.Mark 

NaUvity 

S.Andrew 


62.... 

14.... 

56.... 


Geoige Hinson. 


San Saba. 




Sttgoin 


Isaac A. Canfleld. 


Sonora ^ 




Sutherland Spring 


a. .. 




Uvalde 


S.Philip 


28 


/James Senior. 
( David Funsten Ward. 
Arthur W. Burroughs. 


Victoria 


Trinity 

Holy CoDunuiiion 


77.... 

40.... 


Yoaknm 









NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Antrim, Joseph A., Rantoul, HI. 
Bartlett, Charles W., Redlands, Ca). 
Camahan, Wallace, Princ, S. Mary's Hall, 
San Antonio. 

Clark, Horace, LL.D., Corpus Christi. Cal. 



Hutcheson, James T., D.D., San Antonio. 
Neville, Edmund Arbuthnoi, Clinton, La. 



Moreno, Rivenide Co., 



Rose, deorge qTa. 
Smith, W. G. W., 



WTOKIirO AHD IDAHO. 

MISSIONARY JURISDICTION. 

NoTB.—Bv action of the General ConvenUonof 1895 the former *' Missionary Jurisdiction of 
Wyoming ana Idaho '* ceased to exist, and two separate missions were created, with the present 
Diocesan as Bishop of both. For the sake of convenience they are not separated according to 
alphabetical order, but are here grouped together. 

Population (1880), 144,818. Area, 184,089 sq. m. 

Thb Rt. Rkt. Missionary Bishop. BeHdena, 

Laramie, Wyo. 

Seeretarsf of Oonvoeation.— The Rev. Francis Richard Bateman. 
7yeamrer.—K. C. Jones, Laramie, Wyo. 
JUgistrar.^The Rev. Canon Helgham. 



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WYOMING AND IDAHO. 



[1898, 



Standing Committee.— Clerical^ the Rev. Geon^e C. Raster, Pres.; the Very Rer. Prank James 
Mallett. Lay, H. U. Onderdouk, M.D., William D. Thomao, See. 

ChanceUorfor Wyoming.— Ron. Stephen W. Downey, Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Vhanceilorfor Idaho.— Hon. J. H. Beatty, Boise, Idaho. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Priests Ordained 

Church Edifices 

Organised Parishes and Missions . . . , 
Unorganized Parishes and Missions. 

Baptisms , 

Confirmed 

Communicant>* 

Sunday School Teachers , 

Snndar School Scholars , 

Contributions , 




The 8d Annual Convocation will meet at S. Peter's Church, Sheridan, Wyo., on September 14. 



WYOMING. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

8, MaUhew't HaUfor Boys, Laramie, Wyo.— Warden, H. U. Onderdonk, M.D. 
Shoihone Indian School for Oirle, Shoshone.-^Rector, the Rev. John Roberts. 
Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Bra/w^A.— [Organized June, 1884.J Annual meeting : in Sep- 
tember. TYeas., Mrs. Cornelia Mills, Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Diocesan Paper.— '''' The Wyoming and Idaho Mission.^* Editors, the Ven. Archdeacon John- 
ston and the Rev. Canon Helgham. 

THE CIJEIRQT. 

the' cathedral church op 8. MATTHEW {com. 110), LARAMIE. 
The Bishop. 
Dean.— The Very Rev. Frank James Mallett. 
Canon.— The Rev. William Hirst Heigham. 

Archdeacon.— The Ven. John Moflfett Johnston, Laramie, Wyo. 

Bishop*s Examining C/taplains.— The Rev. Canon Heigham and the Rev. Francis Richard 
Bateman. 



PARI8HS8 JlHD 


MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLIBOT. 


Buffalo 


S. Luke 


«0.... 

21.... 


[ Edward Rayne Dodds. 


Cambria 




8. David 


Carbon 


S.Thomas 

S.Mark 

S.Mark 

Christ 

S.Paul 

S.Matthew 

S.John 

Tiinity 

Nativity 

Christ 

8. Thomas 

Holy Communion 

Heavenly Rest 

S.Peter 


15 ... 

15.... 

180.... 

25.... 

38.... 

2.... 

27.... 

26.... 

12.... 

86.... 

60.... 

40.... 

. ... 25 ... 

48.... 

99 


Francis Richard Bateman. 


Casper 


James Louis Craig. 
Oeorgie C. Rafter 
Joseph Henry Dodshon. 


Cheyenne 

Douglas 


Evanston 


T. J. B. Foster. 


Glenrock 


James Louis Craig. 


Green River 

Lander 


Frank Nuttall Cockcroft. 


Lusk 


Joseph Henry Dodshon. 


Newcastle 


Edward Rayne Dodds. 
Francis Richard Bateman. 


Rawlins 


Rock Springs 


James Stoddard. 


Saratofiia 


R. B. O. Huntingdon, D.D. 
Thomas Henry Johnston. 


Sheridan 


Shoshone (Indian 


Acciicv^ . . . 


(Fort Washakie)... 


8.... 


(John Roberts. 


*' (North Pork) 


11 


r Sherman Coolidge. 


Snn Dance 


. 


Good Shepherd 


16.... 


' 







Daggett, Walton Howe. 



NON-PAROCHIAL. 

I Du 
James, John S. 



I Duffy, Philip Gavan, Kansas City, Mo. 
, John S. 

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IDAHO. 

Seerektry qf Convocaiion,—^The Rev. Alfred J. Uolworthy. 
Treagttrer*— George Bedway, Boise City. 
Boffistrar.—The Rev. James U. McPherson. 

Standing Committee.— CUHcal^ the Rev. Charles Bphraim Deael, Pre*.; the Bev. Samael J. 
Jennings, Sec. Lay, A. Q. Redway, R. B. Howie. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Holland Uoepital, Wallace, Idaho.— Chaplain, the Rev. Alfred J. Holworthy. 

a. Margarett School for OirU, Boise City, Idaho.— Principal, Miss Frances M. Bachan. 



THE OUEIRaY. 

Blthop't Examining Chaplains.— The Yen. John Moffett Johnston, the Rev. Patrick Murphy. 



PABI8HSS AKD MISSIONS. 



Bellevae 

Blackfoot 

Bonner^s Perry. 

BoiaeCity 

Caldwell 

CoBor d*Al^ne . . . 

Delamar 

Bminett 

Genesee 

Glenn's Perry... 

Grangeville 

Hailoy.. 



CHUBCHBS AND COMMUNICANTS. 



S.Paul 11. 

S.Panl 16. 

AllSaints 5. 

S.Michael 175 

S.David Ifl. 

S. Luke 21. 

S. George 20. 

8. Mary 8. 

S.Luke 7. 

S.Bartholomew 3. 

Trinity 10. 

Emmanuel 86. 

: «!., 

S.John .*). 

Ketchum jS. Thomas 16. 

Lewiston iXativity 65. 

Montpt-lier S. Andrew 20. , 

Moscow. .S.Mark 87., 

Mountain Uome 'S. James 16. . 

Mnllan 8. Andrew 6., 



Idaho City iS. Jude 

Idaho Palls 



Murray S. Paul . 

Nampa ,... Grace 

Payette 8. James 

Pocatello iTrinity 

8U ver Ci ty Tri n ity 

Shoshone Good Shepherd . 

Wallace Holy Trinity.... 

Wardner S.Peter 

Welser 8. Luke 



8. 

8. 
23. 
89. 
, 19. 
10., 
68 , 
11. 
18.. 



i George Washington Gobs Van 
) Winkle. 
Patrick Murphy. 

Charles Bphraim Deuel. 
Samuel J. Jennings. 
J. C. Skottowe. 



Leander R. Sheffield. 

(George Washington Goss Va 
(• Winkle. 

('harles Ephraim Denel. 
Patrick Murphy. 
Iprael Tremain Ogbom. 
John D. McConkey. 
John Moffett Johnston. 
Leander R. Sheffield. 

i Alfred J. Holworthy. 

A. Osmond Worthing. 
Patrick Murphy. 



Alfred J. Holworthy. 
James H. Mcpherson. 



NONPAROCHLVL. 
Fitch, Harvey Lee. 



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MISSIONS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



BBAZn. 

Under the Episcopal charge of the Bishop of West Vindnla, as appointed bj the Presiding 
Bishop, and in the care of the American Chnrch Missionary Society acting as an Aoziliary to the 
Uoard of Missions. 

The Rt. Rev. the Bishop of West Virginia, in charge. Residence^ Parkersbarg, W. Va. 

StandingLpomrniUee.—Clericaly the Rev. John Gaw Meem, iVw./ the Rev. William Cabell 
Brown, the Rev. Lnclen Lee Kinsolvlng, the Rev. Americo Vespncio Cabral. Lay^ Jots V. 
R«»men, Emestro Castro, Raphael A. dos Santos. 

Dean of Convocatian.— The Rev. James Watson Morris. 

Secretary.— The Rev. Americo Vespncio Cabral. 

Treagurer.—The Rev. V. Brande. 

Registrar and Hiitoriographer.—The Rev. John Gaw Meem. 

Bxamifiing ChapUUnt.— Tim Rev. James Watson Morris, the Rev. William Cabell Brown. 

CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. 

Porto AUare School, Porto Alegre.—Supt.j the Rev, James Watson Morris. /Vine., Miss 
Mary Packard. 

Rio Orande School^ Rio Orande.—Supt.^ the Rev. Lnclen Lee Einsolving. 
Theological School, Rio Grande.— Svpt., the Rev. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Prleate Ordained 

Church Edifices , 

Organized Parishes and Missions . . . 
Unoi^ganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Teachers 

Sunday School Scholars 

Parish School Teachers 

Parish School Scholars 

Contributions 




1897. 



7 
8 

7 

**88 
150 
319 
95 
410 
8 
28 
$9,894.40 



The 5th Annual Convocation will meet in the Chapel of the Saviour, Rio Grande, January 19. 



PARISHES AND MISSIONS. 


CHVBCHBB AKD COIOIUNICANTS. 


CLEBGT. 


Boa Vista 

Contracto 


Holy Spirit 

Calvary 

Redeemer 

Good Shepherd 

Holy Trinity 

TheSavionr 

Resurrection 

Grace 


9.... 

60.... 

66.... 

41.... 

81.... 

87.... 

7.... 

18.... 


John Gaw Meem. 
Antonio Machado de Fraga. 
John Gaw Meem. 


Pelotas 


Porto Alegre 


James Watson Morris. 




Vicente Brande. 


Rio Orande 


^ Lnclen Lee Einsolving. 


8. Job6 de Nort6 


Viamfto 


Americo Vespncio Cabral. 







Brown, WlllUm Cabell, in the United SUtes. 

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CHINA. 

Thb Bt. Rbv. Frederick Roobrs Graves, D.D., Bishop of Shanghai. Address, Shanghai, 
China. 

Standing CommiUse.—CUrical, the Rev. Elliot H. Thomson, Pres.; the Rev. Tnng Kiong Yen, 
the Rev. Sidney C. Partridge, the Rev. Francis L. Uawlcs Pott, the Rev. J. A. Ingle. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Boone School for Boys, Wuchang.— Head Mcutery the Rev. Sidney C. Partridge. 

ElizabUhBunn MemoriamoepUalfor Women and ChUdreri, If ucAan^.— Miss MacRae, Trained 
Nune. 

Jane Bofden Memorial School for GirUt, Wuchang. 

S. John's College, fffUh Theological and Medical SchoolSy Shanghai.— Head Master, the Rev. 
Francis L. Hawks Pott, Henry W. Boone, M.D., Dean of Medical School. S. B. Smalley, F. C. 
Cooper. 

S.John^s Dispensary, Shanghai, ) Beurj W.Boone, Ji.D., in charge. 

S. Luke's Hospital, Shanghai, » ' ' 

S. Luke's Hospital, Shanghai {women's and children's wards).— H&ry Gates, M.D., in 
charge. 

S. Mary's Hall, Shanghai.— Wm S. L. Dodson, in charge. 

S. Maryfs Orphanage, Shanghai.— ^\'e» Mosher, in charge. 

S.Peter's Hospital {for mm), Wuchang. 

Woman's Auxiliary, Diocesan Branch.— [Orgsjiized May, 1898.] Sec., Miss Dodson, S. John's 
College, Shanghai. 



Diocesan Paper.— ^' The Church In China.'* Published at Shanghai. (American agent, H. B. 
Graves, Geneva, N. Y.) 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Orgnnized Mit>sion8 (Stations and Out-stations) 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Communicants 

Sunday School Scholars , 

Day Scholars , 

Boarding Scholars 

Contributions 



1896. 



1897. 



35 


87 


50 


50 


269 


427 


75 


145 


1,084 


1,134 


1,286 


990 


994 


990 


29S 


249 


$1,096 


$1,801.88 



THB OLBRQT. 

Tehb Bishop. 

Retired Bishop.— T^t Rt. Rev. Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky, D.D., Tokyo, Japan. 
Archdeacon.— T\ie Yen. Elliot H. Thomson. 



B. John. 



OHITRCHBS AND COKMUNICAIVTS. 



■)i 



SHANGHAI DIVISION. 

The Collegiate Memorial 
Ch. and School Chapel.. . 

S. Mary's Hall and two ^ 90. 
preacliing halls and Wo- 
men's Training School . . 

265 



r Francis L. Hawks Pott 
1 Gouvcmeur Frank Mosher. 
C. 1,. Ku. 
i Jiang Yun Pan. 

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[1898. 



CUUBCHBB AND COMICUNICAMTS. 



Shanghai City . , 

Pagoda Station ! 

Sing-xah 

West Gate , 

Hong Kew . . . . , 



Christ Church 
Zion Chapel.... 



{ 

Ylng Ziang Kong | 



Kong Wan. 

** San Ting Ko. 

" Pah-rjan 

'* *' Tan-Kong.... 
Woo Soon R.R. Station. 

SangKa-Za 

KlaDlng 

** " West Gate 

" " Naen Zlang 

** " Ta-t8ong 

** " Pong-Ta 

" •* Ngan Kong. . . . 
" " Liu Wu 



Charch of the Redeemer. . 

Chapel 

Church of Our Savioar .... 

Hall on Broadway 

S. Luke and Women's Hos- 
pitals 

ScDOols on Foo Chow and 
Pekhig Roads. 

Church of Our Redeemer 
and Street Chapel 

8. Panl's Church 

S. Stephen's Charch 

Schoolroom 

Chat>el Street 

School-room 

School-room 

City Church 

Chapel 



64. 



77. 



CO.. 



Wu Hu , 



Ngan-king . 
Wuchf 



(^chang 
Ko*tang. . 



FnKai... 
Hankow . 



(Hsiuti). 



Sha-(>ze . 



I-chang Chapel and School 



WUCIIANQ DIVISION. 

Chapel 19. 

10. 



NaUvity 

S. Peter's Hospital 

BohlenHalls \im. 

S. Thomas 

Boone School 

8. John's (English) 

8. Paal and School xaqh 

S. Peter's Chapel f**" 

S.James' Chapel 

S. John's Chapel 19., 

Chapel and School 74. . 



43. 



[Elliot H. Thomson. 
J Snng La Chan. 
1 Kia Chiang IJ. 
Lching Chang Wa. 



( Yang Kiang Yen. 
< C. J. Chang. 
( Yuin Yu Shih. 



( Hoong Neok Woo. 
iTs Ming Chang. 
( T. L. Woo. 



i Yu Tang Chu. 
j C. N. Dong. 



Y. L. Li. 
S. H. Yang. 
Sidney C. Partridge. 
T^i^an Herbert Roots. 
Yhig Tsang Liu. 
Chi Sian Ha. 
IT. K. Hu. 

I James Add iron Ingle. 
I Wang Li TauL'. 
I Huang Ming Kao. 
(. Nieh Tsz Cfilang. 
\ Daniel Trumboll Huntington. 
1 W. C. Yn. 
Mei-peng Kwei. 
\ Henry Clinton Collins, M.D. 
A Tsen-Seng Fung. 
/ T. F. Tseng. 



CTTBA. 

Under the Episcopal charge of the Rt. Rev. O. W. Whitaker, D.D., as appointed by the Presid- 
ing Bishop, and in the care or the American Charch Missionary Society acting as an Auxiliary to 
the Board of Missions. 

THB OLBROT. 

Dnarte, Pedro, Native Priest, Matanzas (in West Tampa, Fla.). 

Statidies for the year ending Auautl 81. 1895.— Chapels, 4 ; Sunday-schools, 5; day schools, 
4, with an attendance of 800 scholars ; baptisms, 6 ; communicants, about 50 ; contributions, $1,000. 



S/atisiia for the year endin 
communicants in Cnba, 88 ; in P 



7 AugvAt 81, 1807.— Chapel, 1 ; Sunday-school, 1 ; scholars, 18; 
lorida, 80.* 

OBEECE. 

Stqf.—liiM Marion Mulr, Athens; Miss Eugenie Reymond, Athens; and nine assistant 
teachers, also ten student teachers, with 817 pupils. 

* Owing to the civil war, statistics are incomplete, and much of the Ciiban work is reported 
nnder Soatnem Florida. /^^ j 

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JAPAN. 

DIOCESES OF NORTH TOKYO AND KYOTO. 

Thr Rt. Rbv. John McKim, D.D., Bishop of Tokyo, cxercidng joriediclion over Dioceses of 
North Tokyo and Kyoto. (1898.) Reitiderux, Tokyo. 

Stattding (JotnmitUe.—Vt4Ticaly the Rev. T. S. Tyng, Pre*.: the Rev. H. D. Page, the Rev. 
B. R. Woodman, the Rev. Anthony Lloyd, the Rev. John Davis, D.D., and H. Laning, K.D., J. 
McD. Gardiner, Sec. 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

OrgftniKed Missions (Stations and Out-stations). 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commnnicants 

Sunday School Scholars 

Day and Boarding Scholars 

Contributions 



1806. 



1897. 



81 


29 


84 


69 


264 


214 


187 


178 


1,388 


1,198 


2,687 


2,134 


1,868 


888 


$4,108 


$6,146.71 



DIOCESE OF NORTH TOKYO. 
OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Bible School for Women, Tokyo.— Principaly the Bishop. Vic&-Pfineip(Uy the Rev. J. M. 
Francis (in the U. 8.). 

Good Samaritan Digpentary, 7V)*yo.— The Rev. Yoshimichl Sngiora, In charge. Medical 
Staff: Pour Japanetie physicians (who volunteer their services). 

8. MargartVs School for Oirlt, Tokyo.— Hew. J. M. Francis, Pres* qf Board qf Managers. 
Miss Emma Vcrbeck, Foreign Teacher. 

8. PauTt Collemy Tokyo.— The Bishop, Free.: the Rev. Theodosins 8. Tyng, Pres. of Board 
of Managers; the Rev. Joseph SakanoeiA Matoda, Mr. J. KcD. Gardiner, and Uie Misses Bmma 
Williamson and Sarah S. Spragne, Teachere. 

The Young Ladies* Seminary y Tokyo.— ^tb. Ogashima, in charge. 

THnity Divinity Schooly Tokyo.— The Bishop, Pres. and Dean; the Rev. John Davis, D.D., 
the Rev. J. M. Francis, Sub-Dean. Prqfettiorfy the Rev. Theodosins 8. Tyng, the Rev. Edmund 
R. Woodman, the Rev. Arthur Lloyd, the Ven. Henry D. Page, the Rev. Arthur R. Morris. 

Woman's Auxiliary y Diocesan Bra/k?A.— fOrsranlxcd Jnnc, 1898.] See.y Mrs, J. M. Francis; 
Tokyo. Kyoto Branch.— Mn. Kashuishi, 8. Barnabas' Hospital, Osaka. Sendai Braneh.—Sec.y 
Mrs. Obune. Ti'eas.y Mrs. Jeifreys. 

Diocesan Paper.—'* The Church in Japan." 
Young Churchman Co., Milwaukee, Wis.) 



Published at Tokyo. (American agents, The 



THB OIiERGT. 

TRINITY CATHEDRAL CHURCH (com. 201), TOKYO. 
Thb Bi«»hop. 
Retired Bi$hop.— The Rt. Rev. Channing Moore Williams, D.D. 
Archdeacon.— The Ven. Henry D. Page. 
Priests.— The Rev. Jacob H. Kobayashi, the Rev. Charles H. Evans. 



Takinogawa. . 
Tokyo 



Obashi 

Kanda. Tokyo.. 

Hachioji 

Satte 

Kumagai 

Kawajjot' 

Yamartbiro 

Mati*nyaina . . . . 

Ogawa 

Tokyo 



CHtTBCHSS AND COMlCimiCANTS. 



Trinity 16... 

Shinko Church 98... 

S. James' Chapel .^ ... 

TrueLight(and StreetChapel) 68. . . 

Christ 61... 

Chapel. Tokyo-f u 

Christ Church 22. . . 

S. Paul 31... 

Christ 10... 

Chapel 4... 

S. Luke 12... 

Ogawa Chapel 11... 

An Saints' Mission 16. . . 

267 



CLKRGT. 



J. H. Kobayashi. 

\ Y. Sugiuru. 

Yoshimichl Suginra. 
Yasntaro Naide. 
Y. Naide. 
Kaiichlru Selta. 



Isaac Dooman. 

I Rev. A. Lloyds , 

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[1898. 



Bancho, Tokyo . 

Mayebashi 

Tamamum 

Takasaki 

Sendai 

Yumi-Machi . . . . 
Aomori 



Nihon-Matt)a and Miham . 
Fakushlma 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTa. 



Grace 32.... J. S. Motoda. 

S. Matthiaa ; 11.... / 

Chapel 3 j > It^aac Dooman. 

Takaeaki Chapel 2 ) 

Christ Church 26. . . . i » t,^„ q t«««^„ 

Chapel L Henry S. Jeflerys. 

S. Andrew's Church 44 j 

Hirosaki Chapel 4 . . . > James Chappell. 

Uachinohe Chapel 2....I j 

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DIOCESE OP KYOTO. 

OHUROH INSTITXTTIONS. 

8. Agnes* School for OirU, ifyoto.— Rev. Ambrose D. Grlng, Superintendent ; Mr. Tamura, 
Principal ; Miss Martha Aldricb, Teacher of English. 

S. Barnabas' Hospital, Osaka.— Uenrv Laning, M.D.. in charge. 

S. John^s Orphanaffe.—MisB Leita Bull, in charge ; Miss Umcda and Mrs. Yamazaki, Matrons. 

School/or Boys, Nara.— The Rev. J. L. Paiton, in charge. 

T/ie Ladiss' Institute, Osaka.— tiisB L. Bull, in charge. 



MISSIONS. 


CBURCHKS AND COMMUinCANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Osaka 


S.Paul 6d.... 

J Christ (S. Barnabas' Hos- < ^i 
1 pltal and three Chapels) f '**••*• 

S.John ...... S».... 

8. Luke 20.. 


Toshiznmi Chikashige. 




) Henry D. Page. 
1 Hisanaio Oka. 
Temo Mina«»wa. 
( Bishop Wuilams. 
< Henry D. Page. 
i Hisakichi Yamabe. 
Henry D. Page. 
John Lindsay Patton. 


«( 


Obama 


Sakai 


S. Timothy (and Indu'lSchM) 12.... 

Christ 52.... 

Nawari Chapel 2.... 


Nara 


Nawarl 


Tsn 

Uyeno 


Chapel 10.... 

Chapel 9.... 

Chapel 1.... 

Church of Our Saviour 16. . . . 

Chapel 2.... 

Chapel 18.... 

ChrlHt Chapel 120.... 

Chapel 8.... 

Christ (Church 15 


I Toshiznmi Chikashige. 


Yokkaichi 




Wakayama 


V Henry D. Page. 


Mogami 


Marusu 


Miwa 


John Lindsay Patton. 


Sakurai , 


Henry D. Page. 

t John Lindsay Patton. 


Tawaramoto (Nara). 


Myoji 


Chapel, Miwa 82.... 


Kntara 


Knwana 


Chapel 13.... 

Chapel 

Chapel 4.... 

Chapel 16.... 

Chapel 14.... 

Church 87 

Kogawa Church 38 

Chapel, Kyoto 23 ... 


Toshiznmi Chikashige. 


Hashimoto 


John Lindsay Patton. 


Nate 


Henry D. Page. 


Takata 


i John Lindsay Patton. 


Gojo 


Kyoto (Qoio) 


j Bishop Willianu. 
"i Ikuzo Tagawa. 

[ Ambrose D. Gring. 


41 H 


Kodokan 


Hikone (Shiga) 


Chapel 7.... 

Street Chapel 5 

Church 5.... 

Chapel, TankI 21.... 

Chapel, Kyoto-fu 2. . . . 

Cliapel 3 

Chapel 3... 


vTeruoMinagawa. 


Nagahama (Shiga) 


Tsuruga (Pukuf) 


Otsu 


\ Bishop Williams. 
1 KIknsaburo Odake. 
Bishop Williams. 


Miyadzn 


Fushima 




Pukut 





Ambler, John C, Boydton, Va. 
Cutting, G. M., Tokyo. 
Francis, J. M. (in U. S.). 
Hazahawa, Kishiro. 



OTHER CLERGY. 

Kobayashi, J. H., Tokyo. 
Morris, Arthur R., Toleohama. 
Tal, Ma*ukazu, Tokyo. 



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WESTEBN AFBICA. 

Ths Rt. Ret. Samuel Datid Pkbouson, D.D., Migsionary Bishop of Cape Palroas and Parts 
Adjacent. (1885.) Retidencey Harper, Cape Palmas, Liberia. 

Standing Oommitte4.—Clerieal, the Rev. Qarretson W. Gibsnn, D.D., the Rev. Horatio C. 
Nyema Merrianif W. C. Cammings. Lay, J. W. Ashton, J. J. Neal, J. H. Dennis, See. 

MisfUmajy Physician.— Qhnh L. Walrath, M.D., Cape Mount. 

OHUROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Hqffinan Institute and High School^ Cuttington^ Cape Palmae.—H. J. Taylor. 

Orphan Asylum and GirW School^ Cape Falma$.—J. J. Nea). 

8. George's Hall for Girls, Cape Mount.— Uitm Sara A. Woodraff and Hiss Lain HIggins. 

S. John's School for Boys, Cape Mount.-Sanh L. Walratta, M.D., and Momola Masaquoi. 

S. Mark's Scfiool, Cape Palmas.—JAr. Nathaniel Tolco Valentine. 

[There are 14 native boarding-schools, 82 day schools, and 28 Sonday-schools.] 



STATISTICS. 



Clergy 

Organized Parishes and Missions. . 

Baptisms 

Conflnned 

Comroanicants 

Sunday School Scholars 

Day and Boarding School Scholars 
Contribotions 



1897. 



78 

196 

118 

1,297 

1,862 

1,061 

$1,638.07 



THE OZ«EROT. 

Thb Bishop. 
BISHOPS CHURCH, S. MARK {com. 820), HARPER. 
Priest.—Tht Rev. W. C. Cummins. 



PARISHVS AKU MISSIONS. 


CHURCHES AND COMinJNICANTS. 


CLSROT. 


Bolobo Station 


CAPB PALXAS. 

2.... 




Cavslla 


Church of the Bpipbany 

Epiphany Hall 62.... 

10. . . . 




Cuttington 


[cm. W.Cooper. 


Dmry Station 


Fishtown 


22.... 


Obodoln Station 


, 2.... 




Oraw^ 


Wolfe Memorial Church.. ( ^ 

HalfGraway f *'••• 

S.James 232.... 

1 




Half Oraway, Spring Hill .... 
Hoffman 


0. E. H. Shannon. 
Horatio C. N. Merriam 


Nyinewadoke Stntiun 




Roctctown 


96.... 




Thurston Station 


7.... 




Tnbake Station 


1.... 




Yioke Station 







SINOE AND BASSA Dlt(TRlCT. 



Bassa, Upper Buchanan IS. Andrew . 

** Lower Bachanan S. John . . . . 

Qreenville |S. Paul .... 



118....|R. C.Cooper. 
62.. 



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[1898. 



PARISHES AND MIBSIOMS. 


CHT7B0HES AND OOMMUNICANTS. 


CLBBOT. 


Caldwell 


MONTSBRBADO DISTRICT. 

8. Peter. } «.» 


Joseph T. Gibson. 


Clay- Ashland 


Grace \ ^'" 

S.John '. 85.... 

Christ 52.... 

Irii?tr!!^*;::;::::::::::}i«'-- 

8. Thomas 2.... 


Cape Mount 




Cnizlervllle 


Edward Hnnte. 


Gardnerville 


Paolns Moort.* 


Monrovia 


New York Settlement 


FranclB King. 



OTHER CLERGY. 



Fair, William A., Grand Bassa. 
Gibson, Oarretson W. 
Gibson, R. H. (retired). 



Monger, James G. (suspended). 
Vinton, A. H. Foda (snspeoded). 



BEFOBMED CHTTBCH IN MEXICO. 

The original organization of this Church is, bT the Churches own action, temporarily In abey- 
ance. The government is now in the Synod, which consists of the Clergy and Lav representatives 
of the Congregations ; the Episcopal authority being, by election of the Synod, in tne Presiding 
Bishop of tne American Church. 

Commissary of the Presiding Bishop.— T)\e Rt. Rev. the Bishop of New Mexico and Arizona. 

Resident Sepre»entative.—The Rev. Henry Forrester, Apartado 480, City of Mexico. 

Bxecvtive Committee.— The Rev. J. A. Carri6n, Pres.; the Rev. Faosto Orihnela, Sec. 



OHX7ROH INSTITUTIONS. 

Deem Oray Memorial School for Boys.—XJn^et direction of a Board of Administration, advisM 
by the Rev. Henry Forrester. Pr^ecty the Rev. M. F. Moreno. 

Divinity School.— Director, the Rev. Henry Forrester. Prtfessors, the Rev. Messrs. Baptist 
Noel Branch, M. F. Moreno, J. A. Carri6n. 

" The Mary Josephine Hooker Memorial School and Orphanage,'* 1442 First Mtna Street, CUy 
of Mexico,— For girls. Connected with the Church, but under the sole direction of the Rev. Henry 
Forrester. Directress^ Miss Henrietta D. Driggs. 



STATISTICS. 




1896. 


18»r. 


Clergy ... 


8 

1 
12 

26 

66 

248 

1,000* 

10 

800* 
$1,000* 


12 


Priests Ordained 


1 


Church Edifices . . . 


11 


Organized Parishes and Mlspion? 

Unorganized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 


:•;;:::::::[ 


98 
78 


Confirmed 


166 


Ck)mmunicants 


720 


Parish School Teachers 


10 


Parish School Scholars 


850 


Contributions 


$1,150 





* Approximate numbers. 

Episcopal Advisers to the Provisional Bishop.— The Bishops of Albany, Long Island, C;!hicago, 
and New York. 

Provisional Committee on Church Work in Mexioo.—The Bishop of Washington, Pres.; the 
Rev. G. F. Flichtner, the Rev. (Jeorge W. Smith, D.D., the Rev. J. U. Eccleston, DJ)., the Rev. 
D. H. (Jreer, D.D., the Rev. Chauncey Brewster, the Rev. R. H. McKlm, D.D., the Rev. Francis 
Goodwin, the Rev. William N. McVickar. D.D.. the Rev. W. M. Grosvenor, Sec.; Messrs. J. A. 
Scryraser. Anson Phelps Stokes, Spencer Trask, E. P. Dutton, Charles J. Nourse, (3eorge Zabris- 
kie, LL.D., James R. Townsend, Willlum Bispham, Edmund L. Baylies, Herbert B. Turner, T. P. 
Tumor. H. C. Perrin, and Edward R. Sattcriee, TYfOs., 62 William Street, New York. 

Address of all workers in the field : Apartado 430, Ciudnd de Mexico, Mexico. 



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OLKBQT. 



San Jos6 de Gracia, Mexico J. A. Carridn. 



Alpayeca. 

Cnernavaca 

Hnitzlla 

San Pedro Martir 

San Pedru Xaloetoc 

TUayaca 

Xochitenco 

Xoloc 

Joqaicingo 

St. Maria Halmimilolpam 

Ameca-Meca 

Ajapango Tecalco 

Jojaila 

Panchimalco 



Bligio Lopez. 

cmmaico rG^fiel^Sf^ 

San Nicolas j U. Melendez. 

Cbapantongo I 

Chapnlaco 

Santiajzo Loma. 

EncinfllaB 

Hnmini ^S.V.SaUnas. 

La Venta 

Nopala 

San Bartolo 

San FranciBqnito. 

Puebla J. L. Perez. 

Pachaca A. Prieto. 



I. B. Bastamante. 



FauBto Orihaela. 
A. B. Lopez y Sierra. 
D. Garcia. 



J. v. Hernandez. 
^ A. R Herrera. 



THE CHTTECH IN HAITI 

Under the charge of a Commission of the Hoose of Bishops, and receiving assistance from the 
Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, under the provision of Title III., Canon 7, Section 1, 
Art. VIII. 

The Rt. Rkv. Jajus Tocodork Hollt, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Haiti (Port-an-Prince). (1874.) 



STATISTICS. 



1897. 



Clergy 

Organized Parishes and Missions 

Baptisms 

Confirmed 

Commnnicants 

Sunday School Scholars 

Day School Scholars 

Contributions 



12 

17 

71 

66 

44ft 

817 

158 

$2,348.71 



THB OIiZSROY. 

Thx Buhop. 

Bastlen, S. IT. L.. Acul. 
Battiste, Alexandre, Port-au-Prince. 
Benedict, Charles B., Anx Cayes. 
Cadich^. Isaac C, Thomonde. 
Constant, Jean J., Buteau. 
Faigean, Alexander, Poit-an-Prince. 
Holly, Theodore F., Port-au-Prince. 
Jones, Pierre E., Aqnin. 
Ledan, Louis Dtmlessts, Torbock. 
Michel, Daniel, Petit Fond. 
Michel, Hyacinthe, Trianon. 

NON-PAROCHIAL. 
Holly, John A., Port-au-Prince. 



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CHAPLAIHCIES DT EXTBOPE. 

Organized and forming part of the Protestant Bpiscoital Church in the United States of 
America, under Canon 5 of Title III. of Dii^est of Canons. 

Thb Rt. Rky. William Andrew Lbonabd, D.D., Bishop in Charge. BeiicUnce, Clerelaod, 
Ohio. 

Pretidenl of OontfocalUm.— The Rer. Robert J. Nevln» D.D., Rome. 



STATISTICS. 


1803. 


1887.* 


Clergy 


10 
6 
8 

81 

oS 

6 

60 

$88,861 


10 


Chnich Edifices 


8 


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10 


Baptisms 




Confirmed !...!!!!.. 


58 


Communicants , 




Sunday School T^idiers 




Sunday School Scholars 




ContriDutions 









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THB OIiBROT. 

The Bishop in Chabob. 



CHAPLAINCIBS. 




OLBBOT. 


Dresden 


S.John 


75 .. 


Taliaferro F. Caskcy. 


Florence 


S.James 

Emmanuel 


100.... 

86.... 


Herbert A. Venables. 




Percy Gordon. 


Lucerne 


Henry Freeman Allen. 
Taliverro F. Caskey. 


Munich 




Nice 


The Holy Spirit 


46.... 


William S. Adamson. 




John Skilton. 


Paris 


The Holy Trinity 

S.Lnke 

S.Paul 


475.... 

V.'.'..'n4".'.'. 


j John B. Morgan, DJ>. 
( Richard Hayward. 
Isaac Van Winkle. 




Rome 


R. J. Nevin, D.D. 







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CONSECRATIONS AND ORDINATIONS. 



CONSECRATIONS OP BISHOPS. 

18»7, February 2 ; PestWal of the Purification of 
the Bleracd Vimn Mary.— At All Saints' Cathe- 
dral, Albany, the Ven. Jamets Dow Morrison. 
D.D., LL.B., bavinfi: been duly elected first 
Bidhop of the Missionary Jurisdiction of Du- 
luth,wa« consecrated Bishop. The consecrating 
Bishops were the Rt. Rev. William Croswell 
Doane, D.D., LL.D.^Bishop of Albany, ihe Rt. 
Rev. Frederic Dan Huntington, D.D., LL.D., 
L.H.D., Bishop of Central wew York, nnd The 
Rt. Rev. Mtthlon Norris Gilbert, DO.. LT, D., 
Bi:<hop Coadjutor of Minnesota. 1 In i;; hope 
assisting were the Rt. Rev. Charle.*^ s »n, 

D.D., Lord Bishop of Ottawa, the Rl hn 

Scarborough, D.D., Bishop of New he 

Rt. Rev. Thomas Alfred Starkey. I op 

of Newark, the Rt. Rev. William Da er, 

D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop of W 5W 

York, the Rt. Rev. William Lawi )., 

Bishop of Massachusetts, the Rt. 1 ph 

Blount Che:«hire, D.D., Bishop of ]S^ii.« o»fo- 
lina, and the Rt. Rev. Lemuel Henry Wells, 
D.D., Missionary Bishop of Spokane. The 
Bishop -elect was presented by the Bishops of 
New Jersey and North Carolina. The Bishop 
of Albany preached the sermon. 

189r, October 28 ; Festival of S. Simon and S. 
Jude.— At Trinity Church, New Haven, the 
Rev. Channcey Bunce Brewster, D.D., having 
been duly elected Bishop Coadjutor of the 
Diocese of Connecticut, vt&a consecrated 
Bishop. The consecrating Bishops were the 
Rt. Rev. Abram Newkirk Liitleiohn, D.D., 
LL.D., Bishop of Long Island, the Rt. Rev. 
William Croswcll Doane, D.D.. LL.D., Bishop 
of Albany, and the Rt. Rev. Ozi William Whit- 
aker, D.I)., Bishop of Pennsylvania. The 
Bishops assisting were the Rt. Rev. Cortlandt 
Whitehead, D.D., Bishop of Pittsburgh the 
Rt. Rev. Henry Codman Potter, D.D., LL.D., 
D.C.L., Bishop of New York, the Rt. Rev. 
William David Walker, D.D., LL.D., D.C L., 
Bishop of Western New York, the Kt. Rev. 
William Paret, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Mary- 
land, theRt. Rev. George Worthington, D.D., 
LL.D., Bishop of Nebraska, the Rt. Rev. Wil- 
liam Ford Nichols, D.D., Bishop of California, 
and tho Rt. Rev. William I>awrence, D.D., 
Bishop of Massachusetts. The Bishop Coad- 
jutor elect was presented by the Bishops of 
Nebra.ska and Callfoniia. The Bishop of 
Maryland preached the sermon. 

1897, November 8. -At Holy Trinity Church, 
Richmond, Virginia, tho Rev. Robert Atkinson 
Gibson, D.D., having been duly elected Bishop 
Coadjutor of the Diocese of Virginia, was con- 
secrated Bishop. The consecrating Bishops 
were the Rt. Rev. Francis McNeecc Whittle, 
D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Virginia, the Rt. Rev. 
George William Peterkin, D.D., LL.D., Bishop 
of West Virginia, and the Rt. Rev. Alfred 
Magill Randolph, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of 
Southern Virginia. The Bishops assisting 
were the Rt. Rev. Charles Clifton Penick, 
D.D., LL.D., sometime Bishop of Cape Palmas, 
the Rt. Rev. Hush Miller Thompson, D.D., 
LL.D., Bishop of Misciseippi, and the Rt. Rev. 



Boyd Vincent, D.D., Bishop Coadjutor of 
Southern Ohio. The Bishop Coadjutor-elect 
was presented by the Bishop of Western Vir- 
ginia and the Bishop Coadjutor of Southern 
Ohio. The Di^^hop of Misj'issippl preached the 
sermon. 

ELECTIONS OF BISHOPS. 

1897, June 8 ; Tuesday in Whitsun Week ; Dio- 
cese of Connecticut.— At the 113th Annual Con- 
vention of the Dioce^ie the Rev. Chauncey 
Bunce Brewster, D.D., Rector of Grace Church 
(on the Heights), Brooklyn. N. Y., was elected 
Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese. 

1897, June 22; Diocese of Rhode Island.— At a 
special session ef the Diocesan Convention the 
Rev. David H. Greer, D.D., Rector of S. Bar- 
tholomew's Church, New York, was elected 
Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese. The Rev. 
Dr. Greer declined to accept the election. 

1897, June 80 ; Diocese of Virginia.— A ta special 
session of the Diocesan Convention the Rev. 
Robert Atkinson Gibson, D.D., Rector of 
Christ Church. Cincinnati, Ohio, was elected 
Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese, in succession 
to the Rt. Rev. J. B. Newton, D.D., deceased. 

1897, October 19 ; Diocese of Rhode Island.- At a 
special sepf ion of the Diocesan Convention the 
Rev. William Neilson McVIckar, D.D., Rector 
of Holy Trinity Church, Philadelphia, was 
elected Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese. 

1897, November 10 ; Diocese of Central Pennsyl- 
vania.— At a special session of the Diocesan 
Convention the Rt. Rev. Ethellwrt. Talbot, 
D.D., LL.D., Missionary Bishop of Wyoming 
and Idaho, was elected Bir'hop of the I^Iocesc, 
in succession to the Rt. Rev. Nelson Somer- 
ville Rulison, D.D., deceased. 

ORDINATIONS OF PRIESTS AND • 
DEACONS. 
When not stated otherwise, each ordination is 

by the Diocesan or Bishop of the Jurisdiction. 

Alabama.— Z>^^/rt>«.— 1897, Jan. 6 ; The Epiph- 
any ; at S. John^e Church, Montgomeiy, by 
Bishop Jackson. — William Fletctier Love- 
less. Pnefit-n.—lBQ^ Nov. 8 ; 28d Sunday after 
Trinity : at S. Paul's Church, Carlowvllle, by 
Bishop Jackson.— Rev. Mortimer G. Casself. 
1896. Nov. 18 ; at Christ Church, Mobile.— Rev. 
Louis Tucker, M. A. 1896. Dec. 3 ; at 8. John's 
Church, Montgomery.— Rev. Richard Cnllen 
Jeter. 

Alaska.— No information received. 

Albany.-^ A^rtrcwij?.— 1897, May 30 ; Sunday after 
Ascension Day ; at All Saints' Cathedral, Al- 
bany.— Edward Norman Currie, Lewis Gonver- 
neur Morris. 1897, Sept. 19 ; 14th Sunday after 
Trinity ; at All Saints' Cathedral, Albany.— 
John Knox Tibbets, Ralph Birdsall. 1897, 
Oct. 22 ; at S. Luke's Church, Clermont- 
Charles Trask Lewis. Priests. —1895, Nov. 14 ; 
at AM Saints' Cathedral, Albany.— Rev. John 
George Newsom (omitted in previous HstB). 

1896, Jan. 15 ; at S. Paul's Church, Sidney.— 
Rev. Ernest Melville (omitted in previous lists). 

1897, May 80 ; Sunday after Ascension Day ; 



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at All Saints* (3atbedral, Albany.— Rev. George 
Dart Ashley, Rev. Oliver Shaw Newel, Rev. 
Hamilton Douglas Bentley McNeil. 1897. N<>v. 
17 (daring Annual Convention) • at All Saints* 
Caihedral, Albany — Rev. Williain Wallace 
Lockwood, Rev. Edward Norman Cnrrie. 

Arizona.— Z^a<»;}.— 1897, Ang. 8 ; at the Mission 
Room, Williams.— Barr Gilford Lee. 

Arkansas— iVi«9^.— 1897, March 21 ; 8d Sunday 
in 1-ent : at Trinity Cathedral, Dttle Rock.— 
Rev. Edward Leslie Ogilby. 1897, May (day not 
stated) ; at Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock.— 
Rev. James H. Noble. 

Aslieville.— No information received. 

California.— Z^ooon^.— 1897, June 9 : Ember 
Day ; at S. Matthew^s Church, San Mateo.— 
David Charles Gardner, Edward Morgan, Grif- 
fin Marshall Cutting (for North Tokyo). 

Central New York.— -D«a«m*.— 1897, Feb. 80 : 
at Christ Church, Oswego.— Matthew Irving 
Hunt. 1897, May 27 ; Ascension Day; at the 
Chapel of S. John's School, Manilas.— William 
Doane Manross. 1897. June 11 ; S. Barnabas ; 
at Tnnity Chnrch, Elmira. — Charles H. Mc- 
Knight. Guy Harte Purdy, Edwin Warren 
Sapbore. Date and place of ordination not 
stated.— Samuel Macpherson. Priests.— 1997, 
April 11 : Sunday next before Easter ; at S. 
James* Chnrch, Syracuse. — Rev. William 
Fletcher Cooke. 1897, April 27 ; at S. John's 
Church, Chenango Forks.— Rev. HenrvBliJah 
Hubbard. 1897, June % ; at Trinity Church, 
Utica.— Rev. Francis William Maccand, Rev. 
Robert William Pritchard, Rev. James Wins- 
low Clarke. 

Central Pennsylvania.— -OrtwJOfw.— 1897, June 
10; at the Church of the Nativity South 
Bethlehem.— Jacob Morris Coerr, Frederick C. 
Lauderbem. Priests.— 19S7, June 10 ; at the 
Church of the Nativity, South Bethlehem.— 
Rev. Paris Becker Stauffer, Rev. Stewart U. 
Mitman, Rev. William Hilton Butts. 

ChioagO. — Deacons. — 1897, May 20 ; at the 
Chapel of the Western Theological Seminary, 
Chicago.— M. Edward Fawcett, John Mark 
Ericsson. Priests. ~-lSd%, Dec. 20 ; 4th Sun. 
day in Advent ; at the Cathedral of S. Peter 
and 8. Paul, Chicago.— Rev. Fredenck M. 
Braithwaite Bartlett, Rev. Edward L. Roland, 
Rev. Edwin J. Randall. 1897, May 20 ; at the 
Chapel of the Western Theologiciu Seminary, 
Chicago.— Rev. Alvah W. Doran. 

Colorado. - Priests. - 1897, March 1 ; at 8. 
Peter's Church, Denver.— Rev. Joseph Wal- 
lace Gnnn, B.A., B.D. 1897, April 24 ; at the 
Church of the Good Shepherd. Colorado CMty. 
—Rev. Franklin Knight. 1897, June 4 ; at S. 
John's Cathedra], Denver.— Rev. Henry Arthur 
nniidel, B.A. 1897, Oct. 15 : at S. Peter's 
Church, Denver.- Rev. Frederick Foote John- 
son, MA. 

Conneotient.— />A»xm«.— 189(S, Nov. ll; at Trin- 
ity Chnrch, Newtown, by Bishop White.— 
Frederick Foote Johnson, B.A. (for Missouri). 
1897, Jan. 26 ; Conversion of S. Paul ; at 8. 
Paul's Church, New Haven.— wniiam Joseph 
Brewster. 1897, June 1 ; at the Church or tne 
Holy Trinity, Middletown, by Bishop Niles.- 
Louis Isaac Belden, BA., Eflis Bishop. John 
Wilson Gammack, Robert Lewis Paddock, 
B.A., Lonls Augustus Parsons, Nathan ToUes 



Pratt, B. A., Charles Albert Smlth3< A., Charles 
James Sntffen, B.A., Albert Lavine Whittaker, 
B.A Priests— 18Sn, May 1 ; 8. f hilip and 8. 
James ; at Christ Church, New Haven, by 
Bishop Niles.— Rev. Thomas Henry Tardley, 
B.A. 1807, May 26 ; Rogation Day ; at S. 
Paul's Church, New Haven, by Bishop Cole- 
man.— Rev. Frank Howard Marshalf. Rev. 
Robert Clarkson Tonsrue. Rev. George Hewson 
Wilson, Rev. Ellis Bedell Dean, B.A., Rev. 
March Chase Mayo, B.A. 1897, Nov. 18; at 
Christ Church, New Haven, by Bishop Brew- 
ster.— Rev. Charles Judd. 

Dallas.— No information received. 

Delaware.— i^eaaw.— 1897, June 25 ; at the 
Chapel of the Theological Seminary, Alexan- 
dria, Virginia, by Bishon Whittle.— Walter 
Byron Stem. Pt-iests.—lSSn, March 10 ; Ember 
Day ; at 8. Andrew's Chnrch, Wilmington.— 
Rev. Henry Grattan Guinness Vincent, M.A. 
1897, June 9 ; Ember Day ; at Trinity Cmurch, 
Clayton.— Rev. Francis Leonard Wells. 

Dnlnth.— No information received. 

East Carolina.-/Vi«»^.-i897, Oct. 8 ; 16th Sun- 
day after Trinity ; at S. James' Church, Wil- 
mington.— Rev. George Meredith Tolson. 

'EBMttm.— Deacon— lBff7, Aug. 5 ; at 8. Paul's 
Churcn,Trapj>e (Whitemarsn Parish).— George 
C. Graham, Jr. 

Florida.— No information received. 

Fond dn Lac.— />«a<»nj».— 1897, June 6 ; Whit- 
sunday ; at 8. Panl's Csthedral, Fond dn Lac. 
—QeoTfje H. Kalteubach, M.A. 1897, June 9 ; 
Ember Day ; at 8. Paul's Cathedral, Fond dn 
Lac— William Taylor Dakin. Priests.— 1806, 
Dec. 20; 4th Sunday in Advent; at the 
Church of the Intercession, Steven's Point.— 
Rev. Clarence Henry Branscombe, Rev. Daniel 
Cassell Hinton, Rev. Walter Stephen Trow- 
bridge, Rev. Edmund Booth Young. 1897, 
June 6 ; Whitsunday ; at 8. Paul's C^athedral, 
Fond du Lac.— Rev. Walter Gardner Blossom. 

Georgia.— />«i«m.— 1897, March 14; 2d San- 
day In Lent ; at Holy Trinity Cathedral, At- 
lanta.— Clarence Sylvester Wood. 

Idaho.— Pri<w/.— 180.5, Dec. 15; 3<l Sunday in 
Advent ; at 8. Michael's Church, Boise City.— 
Rev. Jacob Probst. 

Indiana.— />ca«)n.— 1897, Jan. 20 ; at Trinity 
Church, Michigan City. — William Henry 
Xanders. PHe»to.— 1897, March 10 : Ember 
Day ; at Grace Cathedral, Indianapolis.— Rev. 
Herbert Sergent Webster. 1897, June 8; 
Tuesday in Whitsun Week ; at 8. Mark's 
Church, Lima.— Rev. James Edwin Carpenter.. 

Iowa.— /W«^— 1897, Feb. 28 ; Qninquaget«ima 
Sunday ; at 8. James' Church, Oskaloosa. by 
Bishop Burgess.- Rev. Felix Henry Pick- 
worth. 

Kansas.— i>Micon. — 1897, June 18; Trinity 
Sunday; at Trinity Church, Atchison.- 
Robert H. Mlze (for Oklahoma). Priests.— 
1896, Nov. 26; at Trinity Chnrch, Arkansas 
City.— Rev. Charles Blake Carpenter. 1897, 
May 2 ; 2d Snnday after Easter ; at Grace 
Church Cathedra), Topeka.— Rev. Warren 
Kiefer Damuth. 

Kentnoky.— No information received. 

Lexington.— No informationrepj^ved. 

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LongltUuid.— />«aa>a«.— 1896, Dec. 90; -tthSan- 



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day ill Advent : at tho Cathedral of the Incania- 
iion» Oarden City.— George Henderson. 1897, 
June 18 ; Trinity Snnday ; at ihe Cathedral.— 
Herbert JoBtlson Glover, Edwnrd Donning 
Weed, B.A., Henry Qulinby. Prieits.—18m, 
Dec. 20 ; 4tli Sunday in Advent ; at the Cathe- 
dral.— Kev. Richard Dnffield Pone. 1897, June 
13 ; Trinity Snnday ; at the Cathedral, Garden 
City.— Rev. Henry Mesier. 

Lot Angeles.— Z)<;a<»n«.— 1897, March 28 ; 4th 
Sunday iu Lent ; at S. John'g Church, Los 
Angeles.— Charles Joseph French. 1897, June 
6 ; Whitsunday ; at 8. John's Church, Los 
Angeles.— George Ely, Charles Carlisle Paine. 

Lonisiaiia.— iVie<»A».— 1896, Dec. 27; S. John 
the Bvangeliet ; at Christ Church Cathedral, 
New Orleans.— Rev. James Wilmer Gresham. 
1897, April 15; Thursday before Easter; at 
Christ Church Cathedral.— Rev. Frederick Au- 

Sst Roehl. 1897, June 17 ; at Christ Church 
thedraL— Rev. Francis Langing Coyle, M.A. 

Haine.— PH4!«to.— 1896, Dec. 20; 4th Sunday in 
Advent ; at S. Peter's Church, Rockland.— 
Rev. Hamilton Bancker Phelps, Rev. Marcus 
Hobson Carroll. 1897, Oct. 28 ; S. Simon and 
8. Jude ; at Christ Church, Eastport.- Rev. 
Samuel L. Mitchell. 

HMQuette.— Deacons.— ISffi, May 6; atS. Paul's 
Cathedral, Marquette.— William Alfred Cash, 
Lucien A. Spencer, George Francis Auber 
Mackelcan. 

Marylandj—Z>«o«ww.— 1807, June 7; Monday in 
Wfiitsun Week ; at Grace Church, Baltimore. 
—George Toland MacCoun, Gilbert Marshall 
Foxwell, Neilson Poe Carey, Wilbur Scranton 
Leete (for Rhode Island). 1897, June 25 ; at 
the Chapl of the Theological Seminary, Alex- 
andria, Virginia, by Bishop Randolph.— Upton 
Beall Thomas. PrUsU.—imi, Jan. 10; Ist 
Sunday after the ^iphany ; at 8. Paul's 
Church, Baltimore.— Kev. John Withers Heal. 
1897, June 7 : Monday in Whitsun Week ; at 
Grace Chnrcn, Baltimore.— Rev. John Israel 
Yellott, Jr. 

XaMOOhusetts. — Deacons. — 1896, Dec. 21 ; 
S. Thomas the Apostle ; at 8. John's Memo- 
rial Chapel, Cambridge --James Libby Tryon, 
William Porteous Reeve (for Albany). 1897, 
May 80; Sunday after Ascension Day; at 
Trinitv Church, Bonton.— Charles B<lward 
Hutchinson, James Clement Sharp, William 
Frederic Williams, Richard Henry Woffen- 
den, Charles A. Meader (for Rhode Island), 
Ellery Irwin Wilcox (for Rhode Island), A. R. 
T. Tmex (for Rhode Island). Priests.— 1897, 
May 80; Sunday after Ascension Day; at 
Trinity Church, Boston.- Rev. John Eaward 
Bomcamp, Rev. Frank Alan Brown, Rev. 
Henry King Hannah, Rev. Leslie Bllas 
Learned. Kev. Edward Henry Ncwbegin, Rev. 
Arthur Newton Peaslee, Rev. John Ogle War- 
field, Rev. James Yeames, Rev. Francis Lee 
Whittemore, Rev. Frank Lawrence Vernon, 
Rev. Charles Albert Home (for New Hamp- 
shire). 

Michigan.- /)<»aa)n/».— 1897, March 19 : at Trin- 
ity cTiurch, Detroit.— Herbert Edgar Ryerson. 
1897, May 27 : Ascension Day ; at (3race 
Church, Detroit.— Arthur Beaumont. 1897, 
June 6; Whitsunday; at S. Joseph's Memo- 
rial Church, Detroit.— Lionel A. Wye, B.A. 



1897, June 14 ; at 8. Peter's Church (Third 
Street), Philadelphia, Pa.— Thomas Frederick 
Davies, Jr., B.A. Priests.— 1997, Mar 16; 
4th Sunday after Easter ; at Trinity Church, 
Detroit.— Rev. John Orson Miller. B. Am Rev. 
Henry Pomeroy Horton, B.A., Rev. Walter 
Hughson. 

Milwankee.— Z>«a<xmi.— 1896, Nor. 16; 24tb 
Sunday after Trinity ; at All Saints* Ca- 
thedral, Milwaukee.— Robert Clayton Hind- 
ley, M.A., Ph.D., Douglas Button, Thomas 
Hinde Cuthbert. 1897, June 11 ; 8. Barnabas 
the Apostle ; Ember Day ; at S. Paul's Church, 
Ashippun.— James Louis Craig, B.A. 1897. 
June 18 ; Trinity Sunday ; at All SainU' 
Cathedral, Milwaukee.— John Goodric Hatton, 
B.S., Frank Elias Bissell, Paul Rogers Fish, 
Aithur Edgar Gorter. Priests.— iBdt, Dec. 
20 ; 4th Sunday in Advent ; at All Saints' 
Cathedral, Milwaukee.- Rev. Edmund Robert 
Bennett, Rev. Charles Henry Hugh Bloor. 
Rev. Stuart Lawrence Tyson. Rev. Alfred 
Gethyn Harrison, Rev. Frederick Lee Manrou, 
Rev. Albert Wells Andrwws, Rev. Harry Ran- 
som. 1897, March 14 ; 2d Sunday in Lent ; at 
S. Mark's Church, Beaver Dam.— Rev. Seth 
Morrell Wilcox, B.D. 1897, March 25 ; Annun- 
ciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary ; at Christ 
Church, Ean Claire.— Rev. Charles Baldwin 
Fosbroke. 1897, June 20; 1st Snndny after 
Trinity ; at 8. Mary's Church, Tuxedo, N. Y. 
—Rev. Jamed Holmes McGnlnness. 1807, 
Sept. 21 : 8. Matthew the Apostle : at 8. 
Mary*8 Cnurch, Tomah.— Rev. Herbert Cbes- 
sall Boissier. 1897, Oct. 28 ; 8. Sljuon mod 
S. Jude. Apostles ; at 8. Sylvanus' (Chapel, 
Nashotan.— Rev. Eustace Ambrose Charles 
Lehman, Rev. Samuel Macpherson. 

MianoBOtA,— Deacons.— 1BB7, Jnne 18 ; Trinity 
Snnday; at the Cathedral of Our Merciful 
Saviour, Faribault, by Bishop Gilbert.— Horace 
A. Chouinard, John Flockliart^wen Francis 
Jones, B.D., Henry 8. Streeter, William Edgar 
Couper, B.A., B.D. PriesU.—190^ Dec. §0 ; 
4th Sunday in Advent ; at 8. Clement's Church, 
St. Paul, bv Bishop Gilbert.— Rev. Upton 
Herbert (iibbs. Rev. Cliarles E. Farrur. 

KissiBsippi.— No information received. 

XiMOnri. — Deacon. — 1897, Jnne 6 : Whitsun- 
day ; at Christ Church Cathedral, St. Lools.— 
Frederick Normanton Chapman. 

Hontana.— 2)«i<;9n.— 1^97, March 24 ; at 8. Pe- 
ter's Church, Helena.— Robert Stanton String- 
fellow. Ptiesf.—18W, Nov. 11 : at 8. James' 
Church, Bozeman: — Rev. Arthur Franklin 
Lewis. 

Nebraika.— />MO(m.— 1897, May 6 ; at S. Mark's 
Church, Creighton.— Joseph Cleve Inirerttoll. 
Priests.— im6y Dec. 20 ; 4th Sunday in Advent ; 
at Holy Trinity Church, Lincoln.— Rev. Wil- 
liam Russell McKim. 1897. Jan. 91 ; at' Holy 
Trinity Church, Lincoln.— Rev. Robert North- 
am Tumer,Jr., B.A. 1897, May 16 ; 4th Son- 
day after Easter; at 8. Barnabas' Church, 
Omaha.— Rev George Benson Hewetson, Rev. 
James Charles Gairdner. 

Nevada and Utah.— ZJwwon.— 1897, June 25; 
at the Chapel of the Theological Seminary, 
Alexandria, Va., by Bishop Whittle.— W. T. 
Snead. iViwto. -1897, April 1 ; at 8. Paul's 
Church, Elko.— Rev, WlnUm Hamilton Stew- 



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art. 18»r, April 14 ; at 8. Panrs Chnrch, Vir- 
ginia City.— Rev. Qeorge Coolidge Hunting. 

Hew Hampthire.— 2>«a0on^.— 1896, Dec. 19; 
Ember Dar ; at 8. Thomas' Church, Dover.— 
Charles Albert Home. 1897 (date not stated) ; 
at 8. Thomas' Church, Hanover.— William 
Palmer Ladd, M.A. 

New Jenej, — I>€acons.— lSS7, June 16: at 
Trinity Chnrch, Mount Holly, by Bishop 
Whitaker. — Norman van Pelt Levis. 1897, 
June 19; at 8. Paul's Chnrch, Camden, by 
Bishop A. R. Graves.— Samuel Ward. Prie*U. 
1897, Juno 1 : at S. Andrew's Chnrch, Bridge- 
ton.— Rev. Charles Gilbert Hannah, B.A. 
—1897, June 11 ; S. Barnabas the Apostle ; at 
Christ Church Jrenton.— Rev. William Onbom 
Baker, M.A., Rev. Charles Plske, Rev. Franz 
Maximilian Wilhelm Schneeweiss, BA., Rev. 
Charles Samuel Hutchinson (for Massachu- 
setts). 1897, Oct. 7; at 8. Paul's Church, 
Camden.— Rev. Eugene Leon Henderson. 

New Hexioo.— No information received. 

New York.— 2>»<i«)»».— 1896, Dec. 20 ; 4th Sun' 
day in Advent ; at 8. Thomas' Churcb, New 
York.— Edward George Clifton, D.D., Sidney 
Hubbell Treat, M.A. 1897, Feb. 7 : 5th Sun- 
day after the Epiphany ; at S. Mary's Chnrch, 
Mott Haven, by Bishop Tuttle.— Richard W. 
Ernest Merington, B.A., William Lemuel 
Evans, M.A. 1897, June 17 ; Trinity Sunday ; 
at 8. Chrysostom's Chapel, New York, by 
Bishop Capers. — James Burgess Sill, B.A., 
Elias Bondinot Stockton, Edward Moore 
Parrott, Jr., Theodore Irving Reese, B.A., 
Willis Breckinridge Holcombe, B.A. Wil- 
liam Howard Davis, B.A. (for Maine), 
Walton Hall Doggett (for Wyoming), Walter 
G. Webster, B.DrTfor Rhode Island). Priests. 
— 1S96, Jan. 12 ; 1st Snnday after the Epiph- 
any ; at Chrict Chnrch, Jersey City, N. J.— 
Rev. Augustus Elmendorf, B.A. 1896, Oct. 
16 ; at 8. Peter's Church, Delaware, O., by 
Bishop Vincent— Rev. Philip Phillips, Jr. 
1886, Dec. 20 ; 4th Snnday In Advent ; at 8. 
Thomas' Church, New York.— Rev. Hiram 
Richard Hulse, M.A.. Rev. William George 
Walter Anthony, M.A., Rev. Frederic Wel- 
ham. 1897, June 4 ; at Grace Church, New 
York, by Bishop Capers. — Rev. Chauncey 
Hayden Blodgett. 1897, June 8 ; Tuesday In 
Whitsun Week ; at 8. Michael's Church. New 
York,.by Bishop Coleman.— Rev. Charles Lewis 
Biggs, B.A. 1897, June 13 ; Trinity Snnday ; at 
8. (Jhrysostom's Chapel, New York, by Bishop 
Capers.— Rev. Alexis William Stein, Jr., B.A., 
Rev. Willett NIcholl Hawkins, B.A., Rev. 
Murray Augustus Bartlett, M.A., Rev. Hugo 
Radau, B.D. (for Missouri). 1897, Aug. 6; 
8th Sunday after Trinity : at All SainU' 
Chnrch, Newport, R. I.— Rev. Eliot White, 
B.A. 1897, Nov. 14 ; 22d Sunday after Trinity ; 
at 8. George's Church, New York.— Rev. Prank 
Howard Nelson. 

Newark.— 2>*o«ww.— 1897, Feb. 27 ; at the 
Church of the Holy Cross, Jersey City, by 
Bishop Coleman.— John Foster Kirk, Jr. (for 
Pennsylvania). 1897, May 29 ; at 8. John's 
Chnrch.Newark.— Archibald Ravenscroft Bals- 
ley. 1897, June 17; at Holy Innocent*' Church, 
Hoboken, by Bishop Nicholson.— Harry Piatt 
.Kcymour, B.LL., James Malcolm Smith. 
1897, Nov. 14 ; 22d Snnday after Trinity ; at 



the Church of the Holy Commnnion, Paterson. 
—William A. Long. /yi«*<«.— 1887, March 26 ; 
Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary ; at 
Grace Church, Orange.— Rev. Appleton Gran- 
nis. 1897, May 29 ; at 8. John's Church, New- 
ark.— Rev. George H. Hooper. 1887, Nov. 14 ; 
22d Sunday after Trinity ; at the Church of the 
Holy Communion, Paterson.- Rev. Albert Ed- 
ward Bentley. 
North Carolina.— No information received. 

Nortb Dakota.— /"W*"^*. - 1896, Nov. 80 : 8. An- 
drew'sDay ; at Gfthsemane Church. Fargo.— 
Rev. Roderick Joseph Mooney. 1896, Dec. 6 ; 
2d Sunday in Advent : at Gethsemane Church, 
Fargo.— Kev. Albert Edward Evison. 

Northern California.— />Mf<w.— 1897, April i ; 
at S. Paul's Church, Sacramento, by Bishop 
A. R. Graves.- W. Smclaire. 

Ohio.- i>^o«»w.— 1897, May 80; Sunday after 
Ascension Day ; at Grace Church, Cleveland. 
—William C. Sheppard, Charles D. LalTerty, 
Edward G. McFarland. PH^w/^.— 1897, Jan. 
17 ; at 8. Thomas' Church, Port Clinton.— Rev. 
Lennox Robertson Gloag. 1897, May SO ; Sun- 
day after Ascension Day ; at Grace Church, 
Cleveland.— Rev. Elmer E. Esselbume, Rev. 
Henry George Limric, Rev. George Frederick 
WilUams, Rev. John Louis Petit Clarke, Rev. 
Jay Clyde Hathaway. 

Oklahoma and Indian Territory.— No infor- 
mation received. 

Olympia.— No information received. 

Oregon.— No information received. 

Pennsylvania.— />^a«)«*. — 1896,Dec.27; S.John 
theEvangelisi, Sunday after Christmas; at the 
Church of the Incarnation, Philadelphia.— Flo- 
rlan Vurplllot. 1897, June 13; Trinity Snnday; 
at S. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia.— Ernest 
M. Paddock, John M. McGann, Robert Hope, 
Lyman P. Powell, William C. Emhardt. 
Priest$.—\9m. Dec. 27 ; 8. John the Evangel- 
ist ; Sunday after Christmas ; at the Church of 
the Incarnation, Philadelphia.— Rev. Kenneth 
Sylvan Guthrie, Ph.D., Rev. Francis Campbell 
V. Stelnmeetz, Rev. Walter Lowrie. 1897, 
June 9 ; Ember Day; at Calvary Chnrch, Rock- 
dale.— Rev. Cieorge R, Miller. 1897, June 18 ; 
Trinity Sunday; at 8. Andrew's Church, Phila- 
delphia.— Rev. James Odgers Mcllhenny, Rev. 
Shiriey Carter Hughson, Rev. Ersklne Wright, 
Rev. Arthur Wilson Wilde, Rev. Robert Bell 
Burke, Rev. Stephen Decatur Phillips (for 
Southern Virginia). 

Pittsbnrffh.-PH**A-18P7, June 18 ; Trinity 
SundayTat Holy Trinity Chnrch, Parit«, France. 
—Rev. Henry Walter Gaudlon Mesny. 

Qnincy.— PH<'^<.— 1896, Dec. 16 ; Ember Day ; 
at 8. George's Church, Macomb.— Rev. Theo- 
dore Alexander Waterman. 

Rhode Island.— iVi<'4r/#.-1897, April 7 ; at All 
Saints' Church, Providence.— Rev. Charles H. 
McLane, Rev. Reginald H. Pearce^ Rev. Her- 
bert Cariyle Dana. Rev, Henry Morgan Stone. 

South Carolina.— iVo^wi*. —1897, June 25 ; at 
the Chapel of the Theological Seminary, Alex- 
andria. Vlrsrinia, by Bishop Whittle.- William 
Norwood Tillinghast, Sanders R. Guignard. 
1897 (date not given) ; at 8. Mtrk's Church, 
Charleston.— Isaac Franklyn Abraham Ben- 
nett. PrieBt.—im, Feb. 7 ; Sth Sunday aftcf 



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[1898. 



the Epiphany; at 8. Jade^s Charch, Walier- 
boro\— Bev. Tnomas Tracey Walsh, 

South Dakota.— 2>«aaw.— 1897, June 6 : Whlt- 

Bunday ; at Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls.— 

Marshall Foster Montgomery. 
Soathem Florida.— 2>«(»xm«.— 1897, Jan. i ; 

iHrcumcision of Christ ; at 8. Luke's Church, 

Orlando.— Edward Everett Johnson, L. Fitz- 

james Hindry. 
Southern Ohio.— PH^^te.— 1897. Oct. 22 ; at the 

Church of the Advent, Cincinnati.- Rev. 

lilmest V. Shayler, Rev. George Alexander 

McQuire. 

Southern Virginia.— />«i«>n.— 1897, June 18 ; 
Trinity Sunday; at Trinity Church, Ports- 
mouth.— Emory 8. Tow«)n. /Vi*«^.— 1897, 
Jan. 6 ; the Epiphany ; at S. PatiPs Church, 
Norfolk.— Rev. Walter Davenport Bnckner. 
1807, June 18 ; Trinity Sunday ; at Trinity 
Church, Portsmouth.— Rev. Baker P. Lee, Jr., 
Rev. John Shadbach Alfriend, Rev. Edgar 
Carpenter. 

Spokane.— 2>«acon«l— 1897, March 26 ; at All 
hints' Cathedra], Spokane.— H. Norwood 
Bowne. 1897, April 2; at Grace Church, 
Bllensburg.— Andreas Bard. 

Springfield.— 2>6acon. -1897, May 10; Ember 
Day ; at the Chapel of the Western Theologi- 
cal Seminary, Chicago.— John Addams Linn. 
Pri««^— 1897, May 2 ; 2d Sunday after Easter ; 
at the Pro-Cathedral of S. Paul, Springfield.— 
Rev. Samuel Rhodes. 

Tenneuee.— />«a<»n.— 1897, Jan. 17 ; 2d Sun- 
day after the Epiphany ; at Otey Memorial 
Church, Scwanee.- Granville 8. Allison. 
iVi««te.— 1897, Feb. 14 ; Septuajgesima Sun- 
day ; at Calvary Church, Memphis, by Bishop 
Gallor.— Rev. Frederick A. Juny, Rev. John 
M. Northrop. On Feb. 24, 1897, 8. Matthias, 
Bishop Gauor solemnly admitted the Rev. 
George Hunter Clave, a priest of the Roman 
Church (and sometime a Unitarian minister), 
to exercise the office of the priesthood in the 
American Church. 

Texas.— No information received. 

ThePlatte.—/>«MKy>n«.— 1897, June 18; Trinity 
Sunday ; at 8. Mark's Church, Hastings.— 
Clinton R. Steams, B.A. 1897, Aug. 29 ; 11th 
Sunday after Trinity ; at the Church or Our 
Saviour, North Platte.— John Power. 

Vermont.— /^Mwon^r.— 1896, Dec. 20 ; 4th Sun- 
day in Advent ; at S. Paul's Church, Bur- 
lington.— Walter Harriman Cambridge. 1897, 
June 18 ; I'rinity Sunday ; at 8. Luke's 
Church, St. Alban's. — Frederick Bamby 
Leach. Priest.— ISdH, Dec. 20; 4th Sunday 
in Advent ; at 8. Paul's Church, Burlington. 
—Rev. Arthur William Stone. 

Virginia.-Zfea«ww.-1896, Dec. 6; 2d Sun- 
day in Advent ; at S. James* Church, Rich- 
mond, by Bishop Newton.— Cassius Lee Price. 
1897, June 25 ; at the Chapel of the Theologi- 
cal Seminary, Alexandria.— William Henry 
Osmond, R. C. Cowling. William Henry Laird. 
1897, June 25 ; at the Chapel of the Theologi- 
cal Seminary, Alexandria, by Bishop Ran- 
dolph.— Cary Gamble. Prints.— \897^ May 13 ; 
at 8. Luke's Chapel, Richmond, by Bishop 
Newton.— Rev. Hugh McDonald Martin. 1897, 
June 25; at the Chapel of the Theological 



Seminary, Alexandria.— Rev. William H. K. 
Pendleton, Rev. Joseph Howard Gibbons. 

WaBhington.— 2XMk»n.-1897, Feb. 96 ; at the 
Pro-Caihedral of 8. Mark, Washington.— Rob- 
ert Burwell Nelson (for Maryland). PtiesU.— 
1897, Jan. 81 ; 4th Sunday after the Epiphany; 
at Trinity Church, Washington.— Rev. Alex- 
ander Mfller Rich. 1897, March 14 : 2d Sun- 
day in Lent ; at the Pro-Cathedral of S. Mark, 
Washington.— Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, Rev. 
John Thomas Crowe. 

West Mifiouri.—/>ea<x>n.— 1897, Jan. 29; at 
Grace Church, Kansas City.— James P. Mc- 
Cullough. 

West Virginia.— 2>«aa>ii.— 1696, Nov. 20 ; at 
Trinity Church, Parkersbnig.— William K. 
Marshall. PH^r/.- 1897, Auff. 11 ; at 8. John's 
Church, Charleston.- Rev. John Tilton Mar- 
ley. 

Western Colorado.— No information received. 

Western llichigan.-/vi«r^— 1897, Julv4 ; at 
8. John's Church, Ionia.— Rev. Cyrus Menden- 
hall. 

Western New York.— 2>«x«)»«.— 1897, March 
14; 2d Sundayln Lent: at 8. Andrew^s Church, 
Rochester.— William O. Taylor. 1897, June 6 ; 
Whitsunday ; at S. Paul's Church, Rochester. 
—Herbert Lee Gaylord, B.A., Cameron Joslah 
Davis, B.A., Lewis Post Franklin, B.D. 1897, 
Sept. 20 ; at Trinity Church, Geneva.— Arthnr 
Goffe Coombs. Prt<wte.— 1896, Dec. 81 ; 8. 
Thomas the Apostle ; at 8. James' Church, 
Buffalo.— Rev. Nathan William Stanton. 1897, 
April 28 ; at 8. Luke's Church, Jamestown.— 
Rev. George Robert Brush. 

Western Texas.— 2>«a<»w.— 1896, Dec. . 

E. W. Brown. 1897, Jan. . Arthur 

William Bell. 

Wyoming.— /)fa«»i*.— 1896, Dec. 21 ; S.Thomas 
the Apostle ; at 8. Matthew's Cathedral. Lara- 
mie.— Joseph Henry Dodshon. 1806, Dec. 81 ; 
at 8. Matthew's Cathedral, Laramie.— Philip 
Gavan Duffy. 1897, April 8 ; at the Church of 
Zion and 8. Timothy, New York.— Frank 
Nuttall Cockroft. 1897, June 8 ; at the Church 
of the Transfiguration, New York.— William 
Hirst Heigham, Thomas Henry -Johnston, Ed- 
ward Payne Dodds, Henry Watson Ruflner (for 
Springfield). i¥i^«6r.— 1896, Dec. 21 ; 8 Thomas 
the Apoxtle ; at 8. Matthew's Cathedral, Lara- 
mie.— Rev. William Wilson. 1887, Sept. 96 ; 
15th Sunday after Trinity ; at 8. Matthew's 
Cathedral, Laramie. - Rev. William Hirst 
Heigham, Rev. Frank Nuttall Cockroft. Rev. 
Edward Payne Dodds, Rev. Thomas Henry 
Johnston, Rev. James Louis Craig, M.A. 

FOREIGN MISSIONS, ETC. 

Brasil.— iVi««to. -1897, May 18 ; at the Chapel 
of the Good Shepherd, Porto Alegre, by Kt. 
Rev. Waite H. Stirling, D.D., Bishop of the 
Falkland Islands, acting for Bishop Peterkin. 
—Rev. Vincente Brande, Rev. Antonio Ma- 
chado de Fraga, Rev. Americo Vespucio 
Cabral. 

China.-Shanghai.— 2?go<x)«4». -1806, Oct. 28; 
8. Simon and^. Jude. Apostles ; at the Charch 
of the Nativity, Wu-chang. — Yuen-lin L!, 
Tsz-kwnn Hu, Tsz-fang Tseng. 1897, March 



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10 ; Bmber Day ; at the Chapel of S. John, 
Shanghai.— John Lambert Reese, B.Sc. Priest. 
—1897, March 12 ; Ember Day ; at the Chapel 
of S. John, Shanghai.— Rev. Ying Tsong Liu. 

Cuba.— No information received. 

Japan.-North Tokyo,- Prie*ts.—l8d6, Dec. 
20 ; 4th Sunday In Advent ; at Trinity Cathe- 
dral, Tokyo. — Rev. Joseph Hikogoro Koba- 
yashi. 1H97, March 14 ; 2d Sunday In Lent ; at 
Trinity Cathedral, Tokyo.^Rev. Charles H. 
Evans. 

Japan.— Kyoto.— No information received. 

Weftem A£rica.-Cape TtilmM,— Deacons.— 
1806, April 80 ; 18th Sunday after Trinity ; at 
S. Mark's Church, Hari)er.— Colston M. W. 
Cooper, T. Momoln Qaroiner. 

The Chnrdi in Haiti.— />0a<x>n.— 1897, Aug. 8 ; 
8th Sunday after Trinity ; at the Church of the 



Holy Trinity. Port-ao-Prince.~Ben}amin Isaac 
Wilson. iVi«9te.— 1896, Au«. 16 ; 11th Sunday 
after Trinity ; at the Church of the Holy 
Trinity, Port-au-Prince.— Rev. Jean Baptiste 
Alexis Fargeau. 1897, Aug. 8: 8th Sunday 
Jifter Trinity ; at the Church of the Holy Trin- 
ity, Port-au-Prince.— Rev. Daniel Michel, 
The Chnrch in Hexico.— 1807, Feb. 8 : at the 
Church of San Jose de Gracia, City of Mexico, 
by Bishop Kendrick, acting for Bishop Wil- 
liams (the Provisional Bishop). Deacons. — 
Antonio B. Lopez y Sierra, Gonaro Melendes, 
Antonio Prieto, Dovoteo Garcia. Priest,^ 
Rev. .Samuel V. Salinas. 

SUMMARY. 

Bishops consecrated, 8. 

Priests ordained, 175. 

Priest (R. C.) admitted without ordination, 1. 

Deacons ordained, 166. 



Digitized by LjOOQ IC 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO NAMES OF PRIESTS AND 
DEACONS INCLUDED IN THE FOREGOING DI- 
OCESAN LIST. 

After the name of the priest or deacon, Is given the diocese nnder which particnlars mar be 
fonnd. Those ordained to the priesthood are distinguished by an asterisk. For explanation of the 
abbreviations nsed in referring to dioceses, see page 814. 



♦Alfriend, J. 8., S. Va. 
Allison, G., Tenn. 
♦Andrews, R, W., MU. 
•Anthony, G. W., ^. Y. 
♦Ashley, Q. D., A. 

♦Baker, W. O., N. J. 
Balsley, A. R., Nk. 
Bard, A., Spo. 
, ♦BarUett, P. M. B., C. 
♦Bartlett, M. A., N. Y. 
Beaumont, A., 3fich. 
Belden, L. I.,Ce. 
Bell, A. W., W. T. 
Bennet, I. P. A., 8. C. 
♦Bennett, E. R., MU. 
♦Bentley, A. B.,Nk. 
♦Biggs, C. L., N. Y. 
Bird»&]l, R., A. 
Bishop, B., Ct. 
BiBsell, P. E., AfU. 
♦Blodgett, C. H., N. Y. 
♦Bloor, C. H. H., MU. 
♦Blossom, W. G., F. d. L. 
♦Boissier, H. C, MU. 
♦Bomcamp, J. E., Mas9. 
Bowne, H.N., ^po. 
♦Brande, V., BrazU. 
♦Branscombe, C. H., F. d. L. 
BrewHter, W. J..CL 
Brown, E. W., W. T. 
♦Brown, P. A., Mast. 
♦Brush, G. R., W. N. Y. 
♦Buckner- W. D., S. Va. 
♦Burke, R. B., Pa. 
♦Butts, W. H., C. P. 

•Cabral. A. V., BrazU. 
Cambridge, W.H., Vt. 
Carey,N:P.,ifrf. 
♦Oaipentcr, C. B., Kans. 
♦Carpenter, E., S. Va. 
♦Carpenter, J. E., Ind. 
♦Carroll, M. H., Me. 
Cash, W. A., Marg. 
♦Cassell, M. G., Ala. 
Chapman, P. N., Mo. 
Chouinard, H. A., Minn, 
♦Clarke, J. L. P., O. 
♦Clarke, J. W., C. N. Y. . 
♦CIhvc, G. H., Tenn. 
Clifton, E. G., N. Y. 
Cockroft, P. N., Wyo. 
♦Cockroft,P. N.. W'yo. 
Coerr, J. M., O. P. 
♦Cooke, W. P., C. N. Y. 
Coombs, A. G., W. N. Y. 
Cooper, C. M. W., CapePalmas. 
Conner, W. E., Minn. 
Cowling, R. C, Va. 
♦Coyle, P. L., Za. 
Craig, J. Ly MU. 
♦Craig, J. L., Wyo. 



♦Crowe, J. T., TF. 

Cuthbert,T.H.,Jfl/. 

Currie, E. N. . A. 

♦Currie, E. N., A. 

CutUng, G. M., Col. for N. Tok. 

Dakin, W. T., F. d. L. 
♦Damuth, W. K., Kans. 
♦Dana, H. C, H. I. 
Davies, T. P., Jr., Mich. 
Davis, C.J. , W.N. Y. 
Davis, W. H., N. Y. for Me. 
•Dean, E. B., Cf. 
Dodds, E. R., Wyo. 
♦Dodds, E. R., Wyo. 
Dodshon. J. H., Wyo. 
Doggett, W. H., N. Y.for Wyo. 
♦Doran, A. W., C. 
Duffy, P. G., Wyo. 

Eley, G. O., L. A. 
♦Elmendorf, A., JV. Y. 
Erahardt, W. C, Pa. 
Ericsson, J. M., C. 
♦Esselbume, E. E., 0. 
♦EvansM^. B..,N. Tok. 
Evans, W.L^V. Y. 
♦Evison, A. E., N. D. 

♦Pargean, J. B. A., Haiti. 
♦Parrar, C. E., Minn. 
Pawcett,M.E., C. 
Pish, P. R„ MU. 
♦Piske, C, N. J. 
Plockhart, J., Minn. 
♦Fosbroke, C. B., MU. 
Poxwell, G. M., Md. 
♦Praga, A. M. de, BrazU. 
Prankllu, L. P., W. N. Y. 
French, C. J., L. A. 

♦Gairdner. J. C, Neb. 
Gamble, C, Va. 
Gammack, J. W., Ct. 
Garcia, D., Mexico. 
Gardiner, T. M., Cape Palmas. 
Gardner, D. C, Cai. 
Gaylord, H. L., W. N. Y. 
♦Gibbons, J. H., Va. 
♦Gibbs, U. H., Minn. 
♦Gloag, L. R., 0. 
Glover, H. J., X. 7. 
Gorter, A. E., Mil. 
Graham, G. C, Jr., E. 
♦Grannis, A., Nk. 
♦Gresham, J. W., La. 
Guiguard, 8. R., 8. C. 
♦Gnnn, J. W., Colo. 
♦Guthrie, K. S., Pa. 

♦Handel, H. A., Cbto. 
♦Hannah, H. K., Ma^s. 
♦Hannah, C. G., N. J. 



♦Harrison, A. G., MU. 
♦Hathaway, J. C, O. 
Hatton, J. E.,ifi/. 
♦Hawkins, W. N., N. Y. 
♦Heal,J. W.,ifd. 
Heigham, W. H., Wyo. 
♦Helgham, W. H., Wyo. 
♦Henderson, E. L., N. J. 
Henderson, G., L. I. 
•Hewetson, G. B., Neb. 
Hindley, R. C, Mil 
HIndry, L. P., 8. F. 
♦Hinton, D. C, F, d. L. 
Holcombe, W. B.. N. Y. 
♦Hooper, O. H., Nk. 
Hope, R., Pa. 
Home, C. A., N. B. 
♦Home, C. A., Mass. for N. H. 
♦Horton. H. P., Mich, 
Hn, T., Shanghai. 
♦Hubbard, H. E., C. N. Y. 
♦Hnghson, S. C, Pa. 
♦Hughson, W., Mich. 
♦Hufse, H. R., N. Y. 
Hunt, M. I., C. N. Y. 
♦Hunting, Q. C, Nev. and Zl. 
Hutchinson,C. 1^.. N.J. for Mass. 
♦Hutchinson, C. £., Mass. 

IngersoU, J. C, Neb. 

♦Jeter, R. C.Ala. 
Johnson, E. £., 8. F. 
Johnson, P. F.^Ct.for Mo. 
♦Johnson, P. P., Colo. 
Johnston, T. H^ Wyo. 
♦Johnston, T. H., Wyo. 
Jones, O. P.. jinnn. 
♦Judd, Charles, Ct. 
♦Juny, P. A., Tenn. 

Kaltenbach, G. H., F. d. L. 
Kirk, J. P., Jr., Nk.for Pa. 
•Knight, P., Colo. 
♦Kobayashi, J. H., N. Tok. 

Ladd, W. P., N. H. 
Lafferty, O. D., 0. 
Laird, W. H.,Va. 
Lauderbern. P. C, C. P. 
Leach, P. B.. Vt. 
♦Learned, L. B., Mass. 
Lee, B. G., Ariz. 
♦Lee, B. P., Jr., 8. Va. 
Leete, W. S., Md.for R. L 
♦Lehman, G. A. C, MU. 
Levis,N.V.P.,Ar. /. 
♦Lewis, A. P., MorU. 
Lewis, C. T., A. 
Li, T., Shanqhai. 
♦LImric, H. G., O. 
Linn, J. A., 8p. 
♦Liu, Y. T., Shanghai, 

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Lockwood, W. W., A. 
Long, W. A., Nk. 
Lopez y Sierra, A. B., Mexico. 
Loveless, W. P., Ala. 
♦Lowrie, W., Pa. 

MacCoan, G. T., Md. 
MacKelcan, G. P. A., Marq. 
MacPherson, S., C. N. Y. 
•MacPherson, 8., MU. 
Maccand, P. W., C. iV. Y. 
Malcolm-Smith, J., A'*. 
Manross, W. D., C. N. Y. 
•Marley, J. T., \V. Va. 
♦Marshall^. H., a. 
Marshall, W. K., W. Va. 
♦Mnrtin, H. M., Va. 
♦Maryon, F. L., MU. 
♦Mayo, M. C, Ct. 
McCullough, J. P., W. Mo. 
McFarland, E. G., O. 
McGann, J.M., Pa. 
*McGoInne»««, J. H., MU. 
♦McGaIre, G. A.. S. O. 
•Mcllhenny, J. O., Pa. 
♦McKim, W. R., Neb. 
McKnIght, C. H., V. N. Y. 
♦McLane, C. H., R. I. 
*McNeil, H D. B., ^. 
Meader, C. A., Mom. for R. I, 
Melendez, G., Mexico. 
♦Melville, E.,X. 
•Mendenhall, C, W. M. 
Merington, R. W. E., N. Y. 
♦Mesier, H., L. I. 
♦Mesney, H. W G., P. 
♦Michel, D., Haiti, 
♦Miller, G. R., Pa. 
♦Miller, J. 0.,Jfi<rA. 
♦Mitchell, S. L, Me. 
♦Mltman.S. U., C P. 
Mize, R H., Kan*, for Ok. 
Montgomery, M. P., S. I). 
♦Mooney. R. J., N. D. 
Morgan, E.. Cal. 
Morris, L. G., ^. 

♦Nelson, P. H., N. Y. 
Nelson, R. B., W.for Md. 
♦Ncwbegin, E. H., J/oww. 
♦Newell, O. S., A. 
♦Newsom, J. G., ^ • 
♦Noble, J. H., Ark. 
♦Northrop, J. M., Term. 

♦Ogilby, E. L^ Ark. 
Osmond, W. H., Va. 

Paddock, E. M., Pa. 



Paddock, R. L., Ct. 
Paine, 0. C, L. A. 
Parrott, E. M., Jr., H. Y. 
Parsons*, L. A., Ct. 
♦Pearce, R. H., R. I. 
♦Peaslee, A. N., Mom. 
♦Pendleton, W. H. K., Va. 
♦Phelps, H. B., Me. 
♦Phillips, S. D., Pa. for 8. Va. 
♦Phillips, P., Jr., N. Y. 
♦Pickworth, P. H., I<nva. 
♦Pope, R. D., L. I. 
Powell, L. P., Pa. 
Power. J., r. P. 
Pratt, N. T., Ct. 
Price, C. L., Va. 
Prieto, A., Mexico. 
♦Pritchaiti. RW., C. N. Y. 
♦Probbt, J^/da. 
Purdy, G. H., C. N. Y. 

Quimby, H., L. I. 

Radau, H., ^. Y. for Mo. 
♦Randall, E. J., C. 
♦Ransom, H., Mil. 
Reese, J. L., Shanghai. 
Reese, T. L, N. Y. 
Reeve. W. P., MoM.fw A. 
♦Rhodes, S.,/Sto. 
♦Rich, A. M., W. 
♦Roehl, P. A., La. 
♦Roland, E. L., C. 
Riiffner, H. W., Wyo.for Sp. 
Ryerson, HE., Mich. 

♦Salinas, S.V.,.IA^ri«). 

Saphore, E. W., C. N. Y. 

♦Schneeweiss, P. M. W., X. J. 

Seymour, H. P., Xk. 

Sharp, J. C, .Va*«. 

•Shayler, E. V.. S. 0. 

Sheppard, W. C, 0. 

Sierra, A. B. Lopez y (See Lopez.) 

Sill,J.B.,A'. y. 

Sinclaire, W., .V. Cal. 

Smith, C. A., Ct. 

♦Smith, H. S., W. 

Smith, J. M., Nk. (See Mai- 

colm-Smith.) 
Snead, W. T., Nev. and Ut. 
Sniffen, C. J., Ct. 
Spencer, L. A., Mara. 
♦Stanton, N. W., W. N. Y. 
♦Stauffer. P. B., C. P. 
Stearns, C. R., T. P. 
Stehl, W. B^ Del. 
♦Siein, A.W..Ar. Y. 
♦Stelnmeetz, F. C. V., Pa. 



♦Stewart, W. H., Kev. and Ut. 
Stockton, E. B., JV: Y. 
♦Stone, A. W., VI. 
♦Stone, H. M., R. I. 
Streeter, H. S., Minn. 
Stringfether, R S., Mont. 
Satton, D., jfU. 

Tt. 1 or W. 0., W, N. Y. 
T n. Md. 

T K., ^. 

T . \V. N., fl'. C. 

♦1^vn','iie, R. C, Ct. 
Tnw^on, E. 8., S. Va. 
Tivar, 8. H.,A^ Y. 
♦'i r..\vlmtlge, W. S., F. d. L. 
Tni X. A. H. T., Mass, for R. I. 
Tnun, J. h.. Mats. 
T.^rii-. T.. Shanghai. 
♦Oihker, h.,Ala. 
♦Turner, R. N., Jr.,JV». 
♦Ty^on, S. L., Mil. 

♦Vernon, P. L., Mass. 
♦Vincent, H. G. G., Del. 
Vurplllot, P., Pa. 

♦Walph, T. T., S. C. 
Ward, 8.,. V,^. 
♦\Varfitld,J. O., i/iWJt. 
♦Watirman. T. A., Q. 
♦WtlK^rer, H. S., Ind, 
Wrhster, \V. Q.,N. Y.forR.l. 
W- . .1, E. I>., X, /. 
♦A\- rill am, P., N. Y. 
♦WrlU, F. L., Del. 
♦\\ Iiite, E., X. Y. 
Whir taker, A. L., Ct. 
♦W liiiremore, F. L., Mass. 
Wilrnx, E. I., Mass. for R. 1. 
♦^\ ihox, S. M.. Mil. 
♦\\ ilde, A. W., Pa. 
♦^\ illiumf, G. F., O. 
Wiliianif, W. P., Mass. 
WilM,n,B. 1, Haiti. 
♦^\ iNon, O. H., Ct. 
♦>\ !iMm,W.. Wm. 
W'trmden, K. H., Mass. 
W .nd, c. 8., Ga. 
♦^S ri'jlU, E., Pa. 
Wye. L. A., Mich. 

Xanders, W. H., Ind. 

♦Yardley, T. H., Ct. 
♦Yeames, J., Jfflw*. 
♦Yellott, J. I., Jr., Md. 
♦Yoong, E. B., F. d. L. 



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THEOLOGICAL A2W) HOMILETICAL. 

A Critical Dissertation on the Athanasian Creed, 
By G. D. W. OxMANiT, Prebendary of Wells. 
There has been a slngalar lack of treatises on 
the ^ieungue Vulty cunsiderinfi^ the unending 
discnssions on its use and meaning. We there- 
fore welcome this scholarly and exhaustive 
treatise as bringing up to the present time the 
account of the Creed from the date of Water- 
land's great work. The ftrst part deals with the 
testimonies, canons and ecclesiastical in junc- 
tions, manuscript copies, commentaries, and ver- 
sions, and the second part with the conclusions 
which such an investigation brings with it as to 
the language, date, authorship, and text of the 
Creed. (New York, Henry Frowde. $4.00 net.) 

The Incarnation. A Study of Philippians, ii. 

5-11. By E. H, GiPFORD, DA). 

In this dissertation the author's aim is to 
counteract the modem Protestant theology, 
which is finding favor not only in England, but 
also in this land, and whereby the humanitarian 
views of our Lord's life are exalted at the 
exi>en8e of the Divine. Dr. Gifford's work is 
more adapted for the student or the scholar than 
for popular use. It is as a mine to furnish argu- 
ments against some of the conclusions of such 
writers as Gore, Powell, Ottley, Ritschl, and 
Godet that we believe this work will have its 
chief value. (New York, Dodd, Mead & Co. 
$1.76.) 

Cyprian, His Ufe^ TRs Times, Sis Work. By 
Edward White Benson, D.D., D.C.L. 
The late Archbishop has here gathered to- 
gether not only all that is known concerning S. 
Cyprian and his writings, but has by an amount 
of patient erudition pref>ei)ted a strikiue por- 
trait of the times in which the saint lived. In 
his prefatory note to this edition the Bishop of 
New York rightly points out what an attraction 
Cyprian must have had to Dr. Benson, for both 
had to grapple very much with the same problems 
of the Church and the world— with Christian 
unity and papal pretensions. To all interested 
in these problems of Christian statesraanphip 
this *' magnum opus " of Dr. Benson will have a 
living interest. (New York, D. Appleton & Co. 
$7.00.) 

A View qf the Atonement. By the Rev. James 

T. HUTOHESON, D.D. 

Dr. Ilutcheson in this able work shows very 
clearly that the current popular views of the 
Atonement are nnteuable. The Atonement of 
our Redeemer was neither a penal act, done to 
propitiate a wrathful Father, nor was it a price 



paid to the devil for the ransom of mankind. 
With much ability and patient logic, Dr. Hutch- 
eson proves that the Atonement was the result 
of the Father's love. '* God po loved us, that 
He gave His only begotten Son " to, and for, 
the human race. 

It has been a reproach to the Church that the 
bei>t books of recent times ou the Atonement 
should have been from writers who do not fully 
accept her authority. Dr. Hutcheson has re- 
moved that reproacn and has placed the Atone- 
mcni in a far higher and truer light than any 
other writer. Preachers have. In their zeal for 
the vindication of the doctrines flowing from the 
Incarnation, rather neglected, of lote years, those 
flowing from the Atonement. We predict a re- 
newed interest In thisgreat mystery, and feel con- 
fident that Dr. Hutcheson *s nook will mark an 
era in all theological discuss>Ions on the subject. 
(New York, James Pott & Co. fl.OO.) 

Isaiah : A Study qf Chapters i.-xii. By H. G. 

MrrcHBLL, Professor in Boston University. 

Unlike most commentaries, this one is cast 
into the form of an almost continuous discus- 
sion of the words of the prophet. The peculiar 
merit of this work is its great wealth of archaeo- 
logical and historical information. Mr. Mitchell 
has gleaned very widely, and as all this informa- 
tion Is worked into the text, and not thrown into 
notes, it Is brought home to the reader. (Now 
York, Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. $3.00.) 

Explanatory Analysis of S. Paul's First BpistU 
to Timothy. By H. P. Liddon, D.D. 
We have here a skeleton analysis drawn up 
for the use of Dr. Liddon's pnpils when Ireland 
Professor of Exegesis ; it is masterly, compre- 
hensive in breadth, yet minute in detail. (New 
York, Longmans, Green & Co. $1.76.) 



Aspects 0/ the Old Testament. 
RBNCB Ottley. 



By Robert Lau- 



In these Bampton Lectures for 18D7, the 
author claims for his work that its aim " is 
to show that it Is possible to regard as conclusive 
and to welcome with cordiality many verdicts of 
the * Higher Criticism * without necessarily ac- 
cepting what is merely conjectural and arbi- 
trary." (New York, Longmans, Green & Co. 
14.00.) 
Footprints of the Apostles as Traced by S. Luke 

in the Acts. By Herbert Mortimer Luck- 

ocK, D.D. 

Dean Luckock has here given us a couple of 
admirable volumes, which, as an exposition of 
the rise of the Church, cannot be too highly com- 
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alwftjfl reverent in his style, and clear and con- 
cise in bis armaments. In these pages we 
find the essential featares of the ecclesiastical 



polity, as set forth in the Acts— tbe Sacred 
Ministry, Holy Orders, Apostolical Succession, 
Public Worship, Forms of Prayer, Preaching. 
HoIt Baptism and Confirmation, Synodical 
Action, the Observance of Snnday, and the 
Catholicity of the Infant Chnrch. (New York, 
Longmaos, Green & Co. 2 vols. $8.60.) 

The Veracity qf the Hexateuch: A D^enceo/ihs 
Historic Character qf the Hret Six Books qf 
the Bible. By Samuxl Colcobd Bartlstt, 
D.D., LL.D. 

A remarkable work, exhibiting scholarship 
and research, and one in which the detractors 
of Holy Writ are met on their own ground. 
Many positions have been far too hastily sur- 
rendered or weakly apol<^zed for by cbnrch- 
men who have not had tne couracre to stand 
unmoved amid the Babel of criticismn. This 
work will come as a welcome surprise to such, 
proving to them how positions which had been 
taken for granted by friend and foe have had 
to be abandoned in view of the highest or most 
recent criticism. We commend this work as a 
valuable defence of the historic position. (New 
York, Fleming H. Bevell Co. $1.50 net.) 

An Introduction to the Literature qf the Old 

Testament. By S. B. Drivbb, DJ). Sixth 

edition. 

This is one of the volumes of the Theological 
International Libranr, of which the editors are 
Dr. Briggs, of New York, and Dr. Salmond, of 
Aberdeen. 

Although Dr. Driver elaborately disclaims any 
intention of dealing either with '' the theology 
or the history or even the etudy of the Old 
Testament.*' yet the most superficial reader of 
this Introduction cannot but perceive that he 
does deal with all three. It is inevitable that he 
should when dealing with the literature of the 
Old Testament, since the trend of the whole 
work is to make good the assertions of himself 
and other critics as to the trustworthiness, or 
not, of the sacred records. The book is inter- 
estingly written, but theories are reckoned as 
facts, and results taken for granted instead of 
being worked out and proved. (New York, 
Charles Scribner's Sons. $2.60.) 

Leo XIIL and Anglican Orders. The Proper 
Gift qf the Christian Ministry and the Sacra- 
mental Mode of its Transmission. By the 
Rbv. Thomas Richst, D.D. 
A concise arraignment of the papal pretensions 
as exhibited in the late papal Bull. The learned 
professor deals with the question of rites and 
ceremonies, the sacrament of order ; bishops, 
priests, and deacons; minor orders, tbe doctrine 
of intention, and the revised ordinal. We wish 
we had space to summarize the argument, but 
wo must content ourselves vrith pointing out that 
Dr. Richey has conclusivelv shown that one of 
the fundamental errors of Romanism is tbe 
degradation of the episcopate, and that Rome 
has foisted in the place of the apostolic ministry 
a ministry of her own creation. Without going 
into minor details our author thus strikes at the 
root of the papacy, and has given to the Church 
a treatise which will commend itself to tbe 
reader the more it is studied. (New York, 
Crothers & Korth. $1.00 net.) 



Vindication of Anglican Orders. By Abthur 

LOWMDKS, D.D. 

This work Is opportune and important. The 

Slan of the work follows the structure of the 
>ull Apoetolicai Curae in all its sinuons course. 
We have the Introduction, the Historical Re- 
view, and the Liturgical Review. In the Intro- 
duction the arrangement and argument of the 
Bull are explained, and the question at issue and 
Pope Leo's method of procedure are clearly 
stated. In the Historical Review the various 
Papal and Legatine documents referred to in the 
Bull are carefully considered, and it is shown 
that their contents and intention are not accu- 
rately stated by Pope Leo, while he is convicted 
of serious mistakes and misquotations. The 
action of the Papal Lesate in England in Queen 
Mary*s day is examin^ in detail, wiih the result 
that the reader is led unhesitatingly to the con- 
clusion that neither by word nor deed did the 
Popes of the day or their Lesnites condemn 
Edwardlne Orders as invalid. Much light is 
thrown on the Papal policv in England during 
the reigns of Mary and Elizabeth and on the 
motives by which It was dictated. Special atten> 
tion is given to the reign of Elizaoeth, to the 
Papal overtures made to her, to her. excommu- 
nication, and to her claim of sovereignty as 
supreme governor in Clinrch and State as com- 
pared wiui Henry VIII. 's claim to be supreme 
head of the Church. Tbe excommunication 
of Elizabeth is compared with that of Henry 
YIII., and it is clearly established that no ques- 
tion of orders entered into the excommunica- 
tion of the Queen. The case of the French 
Calvinist and of J. C. Gordon and the Nag^s 
Head Fable are examined. The important ad- 
missions of Leo XIIL are noted, and tne Histori- 
cal Review closes with an amusing but crushing 
reference to '• Ferla V." Much of the Liturgi- 
cal Review is taken up with a detailed examina- 
tion of the Anglican and Roman forms of ordi- 
nation and consecration. The conflicting Roman 
declarations on matter and form are clearly 
stated; the contradictions between the Roman 
rubrics and pravers are exposed, and with merci- 
less logic it 18 shown that the act of Roman ordi- 
nation to the priesthood cannot safely be said to 
be completed until the close of the service—a 
conclusion at variance with the general Roman 
view. The validity of Anglican Orders on litur- 
gical grounds is clearly eswblished step by step, 
while the tables are turned, and the autnor shows 
the doubt and confusion attaching to Roman 
orders. The intention of the framers of the An- 
glican Ordinal Is proved by quotations from the 
Prayer Book and Ordinal and from contemporan- 
eous documents, while the idea of one uniform 
Catholic rite of ordination is shown to be a myth. 
Eight chapters are devoted to an examination of 
the true Christian Sacerdotium and its steward- 
ship by Anglicans and Romans. A number of 
forms of ordination are collected, examined, 
and tested, the statement being made that the 
final judgment should be based on the entire 
service and not on detached prayers. Impor- 
tant chapters follow on the tradition of the in- 
struments, the doctrine of intention, and the 
essentials of a valid ordination. A summary of 
the argument is followed by a chapter on the 
Eastern Church. The appendix contains many 
historical and liturgical documents. Tlie index 
Is almost a book of Itself. (New York, James 
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The Book of Isaiah. 
Adam Smith. 



By the Rey. Gsobox 



Belonging to the scries entitled '* The Exposi- 
tors' Bible/' these volumes are to be highly com- 
mended, and are certainl v among the beet of the 
series. Instead of elucidating by commenting 
only upon the evangelical prophecies of Isaiah, 
Mr. Smith has had the courage to deal with aii 
the prophecies, and tliat in their chronological 
order. It is this unasual but really sound 
course which constitutes, perhaps, the chief 
value of this work. (New York, A, C. Arm- 
strong & Son. 2 vols. $1.50 each.) 

Philippian Studies. By H. C. G. Morell, D.D. 
Dr. Morell has drawn from S. Paul's Epistle to 
the Philippians, as he very aptly calls them, les- 
sons in faith and love. His method is first to 
examine Into tire full meaning of the text, then 
paraplHtise it, and finally to pause aud gather up 
and weigh the treasurers so found. In this way 
we have a unique method of dealing with o. 
Paul's writings, yet one which certainly brings 
out the hidden fragrance and beautv of many 
passages otherwise passed over as of no special 
beauty. (New York, A. C. Armstrong & Son. 
$1.60.) 

The Thirty-nine Articles qf t/ie Church of Po- 
land. By Edgar C. S. Gibson, D.D. Vol- 
ume U. 

This second volume deals with Articles IX. to 
XXXIX. What we said last year of the first vol- 
ume is true of this one : " The work Is an honest 
attempt to explain the history of the Articles bv 
contemporary history, and their doctrine by ref- 
erence to patristic antiquity." Notwithstanding 
the author's explanation as to his reasons for 
devoting the whole of the first volume to eight 
Articles, we confess we would rather have had 
three volumes than have thirty-one Articles dealt 
with in one volume. We would like to have 
seen a far fuller treatment of Articles XX., 
XXII., XXV., XX VII., and XXXIX. The refer- 
ences to contemporary history are all too slight 
and meagre when dealing with these Articles. 
Tlie true apology for the Articles lies in full and 
accurate knowledge of what their framers and 
their contemporaries believed and taught. 
Nevertheles's, Dr. Gibson has placed all students 
under an obligation by these two volumes. (New 
York, The MacmlUan Co. $2.25.) 

A Critical and Eregetical Commenfary on the 
Epistles to the Kphieiam and to the ColosHatu. 
By Rev. T. K. Abbott. 
This volume belongs to the International Crit- 
ical Commentary, and is one of the best belong- 
ing tf> that series. Erudite and exhaustive, it is 
cliiefly philological, and thus becomes a necessity 
to all students of the Epistles commented on. 
It is only when once the philological force of a 
text i« grasped that its spiritual meaning can be 
developed. (New York, Charles Scribner's Sons. 
$2.50 net.) 

Tillage Sermons. By the late F. 8. J. Hort, 

Twenty-four strong, able sermojis written with 
great clearness of diction on very wide subjects. 
We si)ecially recommend the one on "God's 
Ix>ve Shown in Christ's Death." (New York, 
The Macmillau Co. $1.75.) 



Tlie Christ qf Yesterday. To-day^ and Forever^ 
and Other Sermons. By Ezra Hott Btino- 
ton, D.D. 

Very suggest I ve sermons. The evident aim of 
the preacher throughout is to show not only that 
the verities of the Gospel message are as true aa 
they ever were, but, further, to show that they are 
as applicable to meet the fatalism engendered by 
our present trend of thought and the doubts and 
self-questionings of modem men as they were 
when first proclaimed to Jew and Gentile. 
(Boston, Roberts Bros. $1.25.) 

The Culture qf Christian Manhood. Sunday 
Mornings in Battell Chapel, Yale UtUversUy. 
Edited by Wiluam H. Salmon. 
A collection of sermons by varions prominent 
Protestant preachers to the Yale students. So far 
as preaching morality and a certain standard of 
manliness are concerned, these sermons may 
have had a certain value, but they lack the 
strong virility of the older l^rotesunt divines, 
thousn we catch an echo of it in the sermon by 
Dr. Burrell, which is the strongest in the col- 
lection. (New York, Fleming H. Revell Co. 
50 cents.) 

The Message and the Messengers. By Rby. 

Flbmimq Jonbs, D.D. 

An interesting little volume dealing with 
almost every vanety of preaching, past and pres- 
ent, from the prophetical, the rtMbinical, to that 
of our Lord Himself, onward to the Greek, the 
mystical, the mediaeval, the Anglican, from the 
Reformation downward to our own times. 
(New York, Thomas Whlttaker. $1.26.) 

The Revelation of God in Christ, and Other 
Sermons. Preached at S. John's Church, 
Stamford, by the late Bxv. William Tatlock, 
D.D. 

In commending these sermons Bishop Wil- 
liams rightly describes them as ** spiritual and 
edifying," and by whomsoever read we are con- 
vinced that they will be found helpful both in- 
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James Pott & Co. $1.25.) 

Reasons for the Higher Criticiem qf the HeaBO- 
teuch. By the Rbv. Isaac Gibson, Rector S. 
John's Church, Norrlstown, Pa. 
In this little volume Mr. Gibson endeaTors to 
popularize such results of the higher criticism as 
ne himself is prepared to accept. He does so 
with much fairness, and to such as are desirous 
of knowing just what results higher critics con- 
sider to have been established this work can be 
commended as convincing and reliable. (Phila- 
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Sermons Preached in His Diocese. By the late 
Rbv. W. B. W. Hows, D.D., Bishop of South 
Carolina. 

The clergy of the diocese have done wisely 
in publishing these few sermons of their laie 
diocesan. Clear, forcible, and vigorous In style, 
they all present the truth with a winning attrac- 
tiveness that muft have wrought conviction in 
manv a hearer when spoken by the living voice. 
Read in the closet, tber cannot fall to keep his 
teaching fresh, and will be helpful and edifying 
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The Great Example, By Gboroe Henbt 
Somerset Walpolb, B.D. 
To candidates for the sacred ministrr nnable 
to attend a retreat before their ordination, 
these addresses and meditations on the four- 
fold life of the ministry will be peculiarlr help- 
ful. (New York, Longmans, Green & Co. 95 
cents.) 

AOri A IH20Y . Sayinm of Our Lord. Dis- 
cussed and edited oy Bernard P. Qrentbll 
and Arthur S. Hunt. 

We are here given a brief account of the dls- 
covery of a leaf from a papyrus book containing 
a collection of reported sayings of our Lord, ana 
a reproduction of the Greek text. (New York, 
Henry Frowde. 15 cents.) 

Our Life After Death. By the Rev. Arthur 
Chambers. Twenty-fifth edition. $1.(K). 

Gtinti Through the Shadawe. By the Rsy. 

Arthur Chambers. Foorth edition. 

We have already commended the first volume 
as a reverent exposition of the mystery of death 
and the future life, and the fact that it has 
now reached a twenty-fifth edition attests its 
popular acceptance. The *' Glints Through the 
Shadows *' is not so conservative in treatment as 
the former work. We fear the author is paying 
the penaltv of popular approval. He forgets, 
in his endeavor to make certain parts ol^the 
Gospel acceptable to the many, that sternness 
and justice are the correlatives of love and 
mercy. (Philadelphia, George W. Jacobs & Co.) 

The Liturgy and Ritual of the Ante-Nlc&ne 

Church. By F. E. Warren. 

It is by such research as this book evidences 
and by the collection of such material that an 
answer can be found to the Question, "* How far 
does the Book of Common Prayer retain or re- 
flect primitive usage ? " and for the future Mr. 
Warren's work will have to be placed side by 
side on our shelves with the other standard 
works on the Prayer Book. (New York, E. & 
J. B. Young & Co. $2.00.) 
Helps to the Study qf the Bible. 

A valuable compendium of information for the 
student. It includes introductory notes to the 
several books, giving the history, scope, and 
summary of the book, the history and antiquities 
of the Jews, the results of modem discoveries, 
the natural history of Palestine, a glossary of an- 
tiquities, customs, etc., and many valuable tables, 
maps, etc., the whole forming an invaluable aid 
to the Bible and Sunday-school teacher. (New 
York, Henry Frowde. $1.50.) 

GeneMs and Modern Science. Illnstraled with 
astronomical plates, a fine astronomical pho- 
tograph, maps, colored diagrams, etc. By 
Warren R. Perce. 

A carefully written treatise, based upon the 
nebular hypothesis, and demonstratini; the sci- 
entific accuracy and literal tnithfulness of the 
Scriptural records of the creation and the del> 
uge by means of full and exhaustive references 
to most 4iecent discoveries in aHironomy and 
geology, and also by numerous citations of 
authorities in paleontology, Iwtanv, zoology, 
anthropology, and other sciences. {§ome of the 
theories advanced are startling, yet they are so 
well buttressed by references to ascertained facts 



tliat they deserve the most attentive considera- 
tion, as, for example, the changes of the earth's 
position relative to the ecliptic in the third day 
or period of creation. It is when noticing such 
works as thefo that we regret ihe absence of 
a Church Quarterly in which such works could 
be fully and justly reviewed. We can but 
strongly commend its perusal to our thoughtful 
readers. (New York, James Pott & Co. |l.60.) 

HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL. 

Nippur ; or., Explorations and Adventnree on 
the Euphrateft. By John Punnett Peters, 
D.D. With illustrations and maps. 
The temple of Bel at Nippur was to the reli- 
gion of Babylon and Assyria very much what 
the temple of Jcmftalem was to the Jews. The 
records discovered extend at least 6,000 years 
back, and prove that even at that remote period 
writing and civilization were by no means in 
their infancy. The explorations at Nippur have 
carried our knowledge of civilized man back at 
least 2.000 years. These two handsome volumes, 
rich with illustrations of superior merit, give us 
the record of the two " campaigns '* of the ex- 
ploring expedition of the University af Pennsyl- 
vania In the years 188B-1890. (New York, G. P. 
Putnam's Sons. 2 vols. $2.50 each.) 

mstory of Early Christian Literature in the 
First Three Centuries. By Dr. Gustave 
KRiioBR, Professor of Theology at Giessen. 
This is hardly a history— there is no connected 
narrative. It is rather the publication of a series 
of notes used by a college professor. Wo regret 
to see the inclu8i(»n of New Testament writiiigs 
in the scheme, and the positive utterances con- 
cerning their dates ana authorships. It be- 
comes, we suppose, a professor to be authori- 
tative in his dfeclaratlons, but in a published 
work of this nature we look for a presentation 
of both sides of the question. There is hardly 
any writing of the early Christians the date or 
authorship of which can be fixed with absolute 
certainty. The valuable part of the work we 
conceive to be the history of the writings them- 
selves, their editions and translations. (New 
York, The Macmlllan Co. $2.00.) 

The Origin and Early History of Christianity 
in Britain from its uawn to the Death of Au- 
gustine. By Andrew Gray, D.D. 
Dr. Gray has here collected together all the 
scattered evidences which prove Beyond perad- 
venture, as Bishop Seymour says in hisprefaiorj' 
note, that Augustine began his work ahnvt 
ground^ while others had laid the foundations be 
ncath. A most handy volume for {)opular use. 
(New York, James Pott & Co. $1.25 net.) 

A History of Christianity in thf Apostolic Age. 

By Arthur Cushman McGifpert, D.D. 
Christian Institutions. By Alexander V. G. 

Allen, D.D. 

Two more volumes of the International Theo- 
logical Library. 

In Dr. McQlffert's work we have much that is 
distressing, both in the lack of reverential love 
when speaking of our Lord and In the arbitrary 
statements he makes concerning the motives of 
our Lord and of His Apostles. One would really 
think that the author was vrriting about his own 
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as to the reasons for their acts. It is a work 
which we can in no wise commend. 

In the volume by Dr. Allen we have more mod- 
esty, and therefore more worth. The writer's 
object Is evidently to give a full history of Chris- 
tian institutions in a connected and readable 
form. But the trouble is that he ieaves the 
impression on the reader that he does not be- 
lieve that there were any settled Christian insti- 
tutions in the beginning, that evervthing has 
been a matter of development since. (New York, 
Charles Scribner's Sons. $2.50 each.) 

Lectures on- Ecclesiastical History. Delivered 

in Norwich Cathedral. 

Fifteen lectures which may fitly be described 
as popular educational lectures on the lives of 
I<^atius, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, Tertullian, 
Irenteus, Cyprian, Chrysostom, Clement of Alex- 
andria, Eusebius, Athanasius, and Ambrose. 
They will afford fit material for winter lectures 
to many of our own congregations. (New York, 
Thomas Whittaker. $3.25.) 

History qf t?ie American Episcopal Church. By 
8. D. McCoirKELL, D.D. Seventh edition, re- 
vised and enlarged. 

In the former editions of this bright and en- 
tertaining history Dr. McConnell stopped at the 
close of the Civil War. We are thankful that in 
this edition the author has brought his narrative 
down to date ; and these later chapters will not 
be considered as the least readable and Interest- 
ing of this bright and sparkling history. (New 
York, Thomas Whittaker. $2.00.) 

Life qf Edward Bouverie Pusey, DD. By 
Henry Parry Liddon^ D.D. Edited and 

Prepared by the Rev. J. O. Johnston, the 
;isv. BoBVRT J. Wilson, D.D., and the Rbv. 

W. C. E. Newbolt. Vol. IV. 

This last volume of Liddon's life of Pusey 
covers the period between 1860 and 1882— that is. 
from the date of the publication of *' Essays 
and Reviews " to that of Pueey's death. In 
closing the last volume one cannot but feel that 
it was the misfortune of Dr. Pusey to be mixed 
np in irritating controversies, and that had his 
lot been cast in calmer times he would have 
been able to have become what he evidently was 
especially trained to be, both bv temperament 
and learning, a Christian apologist of tne whole 
faith. (New York, Longmans, Green & Co. 
$4.60.) 

A Saint of the Southern Church, Memoir of the 
Jit. Rev. Nicholas Hamner Cobbs, First Bishop 
of Alabama. By Grebnoug h White. 
A sympathetic biography of a beautiful life. 
Bi>>hop Cobbs may be unknown to the present 
generation, but if so this life is doubly welcome. 
The Church cannot afford to leave such lives 
unsung. The heroes of the Church are her 
saints, and their lives, when simply and unaf- 
fectedly told— as this one is— bring their message 
of comfort and patience and hope to all kindred 
souls. Mr. White gives us the story of the 
Bishop's life frankly and freely ; his shortcom- 
ings and his gentle failings are not hidden, but 
serve as a background to bring out into relief the 
strong, full life lived in very close companionship 
with the Blessed Lord. (New York, James 
Pott & Co. $1.00 net.) 



7*^ Church of the Sixth Century. By William 

HoLOEK Button. 

In these six chapters In eccleaiastical history 
there are presented to us the State and the 
Church in East and West, the Eastern Church 
and its mission, the papacy, the CHinrch and the 
heresies, the theology, and the art— all as they 
were in the gixth century. Covering as they do 
rather neglected portions of Church history, 
these lectures come at an opportune time, when 
events seem to be shaping for a luster apprecia- 
tion of the history of the venerable East. (New 
York, Longmans, Green & Co. $1.75.) 

Borne the Middle of the World. By Axicb 

Gardner. 

The posftion and influence of Rome are traced 
through its early history to Anrustus and on- 
ward through Nero, Hadrian^ Constantine, At- 
ttla, Theodoric, the Emperors and Popes, Rienzi, 
and the Medici Popes. (New York, Edward 
Arnold. $1.25.) 

Religions of Prtmitivs Peoples. By Daniel G. 

Brinton. 

This volnme forms one of the second series of 
the ^* American Lectures on the History of Re- 
ligions.'' In these brief lectures we have a 
sketch embodying bome of the results of modem 
thought on primitive religions, and how the 
religious sentiment of the human race found ex- 
pression in the Word, the object, and the rite. 
(New York, G. P. Putnam's Sons. $1.60.) 

Hairiet Starr Cannon. A brief memoir by 

Morgan Dix. 

Dr. Dix, who was for many years chaplain to 
the Sisterhood of S. Mary, gives us here not only 
the life of the first mother superior, but really a 
history of the sisterhood. Indeed, this was In- 
evitable, seeing that for thirty-one years Bister 
Harriet's life was bound up and inseparable 
from that of the sisterhood. As the f ounaress of 
the principal American sisterhood and of the 
first Anglican sisterhood whooe profession was 
received by a bishop. Sister Harriet's memonr 
ought to be kept in specisi veneration by ail 
American church-people ; while to those who 
knew her personally the sweet reasonableness of 
her saintly life willever abide as a holy memory. 
(New York, Longmans, Green & Co. $1.26.) 

A Memoir of Anne Jemima Clough. By 

Blanche Athena Clough. 

To few women has it been given to do so much 
for her fellow-women as it was given to Miss 
Clough, the foundress of Newnnam College. 
Wherever there are women interested in the 
higher education of their sex this sympathetic 
memoir will be read with interest and edifica- 
Uon. (New York, Edward Arnold. $4.00.) 

France under Louis XV. By James Brsck 

Perkins. ' 

Mr. Perkins Is assuredly winning for himself 
a rank among the historians who have made 
New England literature renowned. To the 
Churchman the reign of Louis XV. is one of 
peculiar interest. The adminlstratldl of Flenry, 
the cruel and cowardly persecution of the 
Huguenots, the rising hatred of the Jesuits, the 
quarrels over the bull '* Unigenitus," the war of 
tne Polish succession and that of the Aastrian 



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succession, the expulsion of the Jesuits, the par- 
tition of Poland, the beginning of the Eiicyclo- 
peedists, and the riM ol Voliaire— all these were 
events fraught with such consequences to 
European ChriHtianlty that even at this distance 
of time we are only betriiiniug to realize their 
full importance. Mr. Perkins has given us a 
careful, scholarly, and impartial presentation of 
those times, combined with a style singularly 
clear and lucid. (Boston, Houghton, Mifflin & 
Co. 3 vols. S4.00.) 

The Evolution of Prance under the Third Re- 
public. By Babon PiERitx Db Coubertier. 
Not only a brilliant apology for the Third Re- 
public, but something more— a remarkably fair 
examination into the ideas and habits which 
form the ba^is of the domestic, civil, and national 
life of France to-day. The chapters on the 
Republic and the Church, Education, Ideas and 
Habits, and the Social Question are the best in 
the volume. The author^s treatment of these 
subjects is as acute as it is comprehensive. It 
has been Jiwtly observed that ideas emanate 
from England, out are worked out to practical 
results in France. As a means of study of theae 
problems this volume will be welcome to all 
students of history or sociology. (New York, 
Thomas Y. Crowell &, Co. $3.00.) 
A Hietory of Canada. By Charles Q. D. 
Roberts. 

Undoubtedly the best popular history of the 
Dominion of Canada. (Boston, Lamson, Wolffe 
&Co. $2.00.) 

Pictures qf Russian Uistory and RussUm Liter- 
qture. By Prince Seroe Wolkonsky. 
Bright, sparkling, vivid pictures of Russian 
life, history, and literature. These Lowell Lec- 
tures have the pectiliar merit of being written 
not by a foreigner, but a native, a man of position 
and of wide culture. (Boston, Lamson, Wolfle 
& Co. $2.00.) 

GENERAL. 
Christian MisHoris and Social Progress, A 
Sociological Study of Foreign Missions. By 
the Ret. James S. Dennis, D.D. Vol. I. 
There has been no such comprehensive treat- 
ment of the subject before this. We have, of 
late, been hearing much as to the value of Chris- 
tian missions. Here is the reply— a reply not 
based on doctrinal, but on purely humanitarian 
questions. The home life, the social relation- 
Hbips, the national spirit— in one word, the whole 
environment of nonChritstian people is studied. 
The result has been temperately stated by the 
author as a *' present day supplement to the 
cnmulaiive argument of history in defence of 
Chrintianity as a supreme force in the social 
n'peneratioii and elevation of the human race.*' 
It is a matter of regret, however, that in the cir- 
cular for information sent out to the different 
missionaries neither those of the Eastern or 
Roman Churches were included. A work 1 ike this 
cannot afford to be one-sided in its presentation 
of achieved results. (New York, Fleming H. 
RevellCo. $2.50.) 

The Coming People. By Cuarleb F. Dole. 

Pessimism has, we hope, had Its day, and will 
shortly be out of fashion. Certainly this charm- 
ing volume of essays is a harbinger of bet- 
ter days. It is refreshing to have a prophet 

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once again lifting np his voice in favor of the 
ideal, and telling as that no permanent practical 
benefit can l>e wrought without a deep belief in 
an ideal. The habitual belief in the evil of the 
world makes the world evil. To alter the world 
we must believe in the triamph of goodness. 
All the depressing probleir 8 confronting our 
civilization in our country in these latter days 
are dealt with— snch as the Law of Cost, the 
Problem of the Prosperous, the Ideal Democ- 
racy, and the PossibleRevolution. We commend 
the book heartily to *' the coming people," who 
are to prove the fallacy of the pessimism of this 
age. (New York, Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. $1.25.) 

The Bible and Islam ; or. The Injluence of the 
Old and New Testaments on the Religion qf 
Mohammed. By Hknrt Prbbebved Smith, 
D.D. 

An able presentation of a timelv subject. Dr. 
Smith's main argument, and we think ne proves 
it with convincing clearness, is that it was not 
mere Judaism on which Mohammed engrafted 
his scheme of religion, but that rather his sys- 
tem was a Judaistic Christianity adapted to 
Arab conditions. Being imperfectly taught the 
full verities of the Gospel, he grasped but half 
truths. This accoonts both for what is most 
noble and tme in Islamism and for what is 
hard and false. (New York, Charles Scribner's 
Sons. $1.50.) 

Twentu-six Tears qf Missionary Work in China. 

By Grace Stott. Second edition. 

A fascinatinff account of missionary work in 
China by memoers of the Protestant China In- 
land Mission. However much we may differ 
doctrinally from the writer, yet no one can fail 
to be impressed with her patient, loving faith, 
and be gratified at the reward that, after many 
years of unselfish work, came in the conversion 
of snch numbers to Christianity. Mrs. Stott 
quietly says : '* For nearly ten years we saw but 
little spiritual fruit; two or three professed to be- 
lieve in Jesus, but there was no corresponding 
power or change In their lives.'' To work for ten 
years without winning a convert is a rebuke to 
our own faithlessness here at home, when, as 
we say, our work does not prosper. Such lessons 
of patient well-doing, strong faith, and gentle 
ministering as are revealed in these Interesting 
papers can convey teaching to all, even If we do 
not worship the Father in the same way. (New 
York, Fleming H. Revell Co. $1.75.) 

Words for the Church. By the Rev. Edgar 

Gardner Murpht. 

Six able tracts written for popular ase In a 
clear and incisive style. The points dealt with 
are: The Churchman's Controversy Stated; Was 
Henry VIII. the Founder of the Church of Eng- 
land ? Is the Episcopal Church Catholic or Prot- 
estant ? The church at the Beginning ; The 
Church In the Ages ; The Church Doctrine. 
We must, however, protest against the writer's 
assertion that the Apostolic succesflon is not de 
Jlde in the Church. The term may be new, but 
the fact has ever been the Church's doctrine. 
(New York, James Pott & Co. 60 ccnU.) 
" A Way that Seemeth Right. ''An Examination 

of'' Christian Science.'^ ByH.MARTTwHART, 

Dean Hart has here exposed both the weak- 
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He has shown the lessons for good and those for 
evil which are to be deduced from a consideration 
of its workings— its evil, that it attempts to set 
Dp a new Gospel and to make a shipwreck of the 
whole Christian faith, and that it professes to 
be able to cure all manner of ailments ; the 
good, that it can bring rest and peace to manj, 
and that it can heal such ailments as are brought 
on by the deranged condition of the nerves. In 
other words, that its lessons of quietness, medi- 
tation, and self-culture bringtheir own reward. 
His conclusion is twofold : He would have the 
medical profession add to its curriculum some 
such treatment as '* Christian science '* employs; 
and, on the other hand, he would have professors 
of '* Christian science ^* consult the ordinary 
medical practitioner as to the nature of the ail- 
ment they are called upon to cure, so as to de- 
cide whether it comes under the category of a 
nervous disease or not. (New York, James 
Pott & Co. 75 cents.) 

Christianity and Idealism. By John Watson, 

LL.D. 

The first part of this work deals with the 
Christian ideal of life In relation to the Greek 
and Jewish ideals, the second with modem ideal- 
ism in its relation to the Christian ideal of life. 
The work is an attempt to harmonize the €^erman 
and French systems of philosophy and to a large 
extent modernize their presentation. (New 
York, The Macmillan Co. $1.75.) 

Practical Idealism. By William Db Witt 

Htdk. 

*' Practical idealism,'* the author claims, *4s 
simply a presentation of the familiar facts of 
every-day life in their rational relations, as ele- 
ments in a logical process and parts of an organic 
whole.** He divides his theme into eight parts ; 
four relate to the natural worlds of sense percep- 
tion, aspociation, 'science, and art, and four to 
the spiritual worlds of persons, institutions, 
morality, and religion. (New York, The Mac- 
mlllau Co. $1.50.) 

Christian Ethics. By Thomas B. Strong. 

Under this title we have the Bampton Lectures 
for 1895. The position raainmined in these 
lectures is that the Christian theory of moral 
life is not merely a new formulation of the old 
experience, nor is it merely a restatement of the 
old truths with certain new virtues added, but it 
is a view of life based upon a radically different 
experience of facts. The Christian ethic is the 
detailed presentation of the reconciliation of the 
finite and infinite by the Incarnation in relation 
to the end of life and human nature, the theory 
of virtue, the idea of evil, and the general order 
of the universe as a whole. (New York, Long- 
mans, Green & Co. $5.00.) 

The Social Teachings of Jesus. An Essay on 
Christian Sociology. By Shailer Matthews. 

The purport of this essay appears to be to 
view the teaching of our Lord in relation to 
modem scientific sociology. It purports to bring 
out in its proper rclationHhip the lessons of the 
Goj^pel as they effect the solidarity of the human 
race. A very able prenentaiion of the subject. 
(New York, The Macmillan Co. $1.50.) 



An Introduction to the Study of Socisty. By 
Albion W. Small, Head Professor of Sociol- 
ogy in the University of Chicago, and Gbobob 
E. Vincent, Vice Chancellor of the Chautau- 
qua System of Education. 
The interest evidenced of late years in the in- 
vestigation of social problems has made such a 
work a necessity, if these problems are to be 
studied in a scientific and consecutive manner. 
As a text-book on the subject this work will 
receive wide attention, and will largely help to 
concentrate and systematize thonght on settled 
lines, and thus sociology may pass out of the 
stage of discussion and enter the realm of prac- 
tical politics. As such a manual we heartily 
commend this work. (New York, American 
Book Co. $1.80.) 

ParaMesfor ScJiool and Home. By Wbndbll 

P. Garrison. 

"Lessons in Applied Morals" is what Uie 
author terms these parables. The title of some 
of the subjects will illustrate the anthor*s 
method : Emerson, or the Tenderness for Living 
Things ; Rousseau, or Property ; the Matter- 
horn, or Attainment ; the Brooklyn Bridge, or 
the Insatiable Mind ; the Pyramids, or Heredity. 
(New York, Longmans, Green & Co.) 

Outlines of a Philosophy of Religion. Based on 
Psychology and mstory. By Auoustb Saba- 

TIER. 

The threefold purpose of this work is to deal 
with Religion and its Origin, Christianity and its 
Essence, Dogma and its Nature. Under the first 
head the author treats of the Psychological Ori- 
^n and the Nature of Religion, Rel^on and 
Revelation, Miracle and Inspiration, and the 
Religious Development of Humanity, and thus 
prepares the way for the introduction aud devel- 
opment of Christianity. The Christian principle 
is traced from the direct teaching of our Lord, 
through Jewish, or Messianic Christianity, Cath- 
olic Christianity, and Protestant Christianity. 
The evolution of dogma is a natural conse- 
quence. This the writer treats of from two 
points of view, the historical and the scientific. 
Professor Sabatler is already well and favorablv 
known through his life of S. Paul, and this work 
will enhance the author's reputation as a critical 
student of German or Kantian philosophy. It is 
the logical French mind endeavoring to harmon- 
ize and to reduce into an orderly system mnch 
of the modem philosophy, so as to reconcile it 
with the verities of the C^spel. (New York, 
James Pott & Co. $2.00.) 

Bases qt Religious Belief, Historic and Ideal. 
By Charles Mellen Tyler, D.D., Profewor 
of the Histx)ry and Philosophy of Religion and 
of Christian Ethics, Cornell University. 
In this outline of religions study Dr. Tyler en- 
deavors to bring to a closer agreement theology 
and anthropology, and we have in this work an- 
other attempt to summarisse the conclusions of 
modem thought on man's present being and his 
future. (New York, G.P.Putnam's Sons. $2.00.) 

Social and Ethical Interpretations in MerUal 
Devdopment. By James Mark Baldwin, 
Professor in Princeton University. 
An able study in social psychology, which won 

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the gold medal of the Royal Academy of I>eD- 
mark. It is comprehensive in its treatment, 
and exhibits much original thought, especially 
in the chapter on mental development. (New 
York, The MacmUlan Co. S2.«0.) 

TTie Growing Revelation. By Amort H. Brad- 

roBD. 

Clever sermons of a devout mind, who, in- 
stead of baling his religion on the Creeds, 
works ont a religion for nimself. working to- 
wards the dogmas of the Creeds rather than 
from them. Tne result is interesting, and shows 
how much the Congregational Chnrch feels the 
net-d of some settled foundation whereon to 
build itp scheme of religion. (New York, The 
MacmillanCo. $1.60.) 

On Human Nature, Etsays (partly poHhumovs) 
in Ethics and Politics. By Arthur Schopbn- 
HAUBR. Selected and translated by T. Bailet 
Saunders. 

Schopenhauer's essays, which are here trans- 
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free will and fatalism, character, moral instinct, 
and ethical reflections. (New York, The Mac- 
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The Care of Souls. By John Watson, D.D. 

(Ian Maclaren). 

Under this title we have the Lyman Beecher 
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contain many most apt Ku^geptione. The topics 
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A Voice in (he Wilderness. By Algernon Sid- 
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Under this title Mr. Crapscy pleads for "A 
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sense of personal consecration which so mas- 
tered and overshadowed the early Christians : 
and as one of the means to this end he would 
have smaller dioceses than we have now, so as 
to secure a more complete oversight, or, as he 
himself pute it, "• We need the mnall diocese in 
order that ice may hare the qi^at Bishop.^'' Mr. 
Crapsey rightiv complains that the priest is the 
only one who has no pnstor ; the bishop has no 
time to give to indlvidnal ministrations. But 
whether a bishop would be h greater bishop or a 
more loving pastor if he had only thirty *>r fifty 
clergy under him is a mooted que«?tlon. Still Mr. 
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eration and especially by our laymen, for what 
the people want God gives them. (New York, 
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The Book of Common Prayer qf the Presbyterian 
Church. Edited by Charles W. Shields, 
D.D. 

We have no space to enter into a detailed 
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it appears to us to come the nearest to our Prayer 
Book of any publication that we have yet seen. 
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A Book qf Offices and Prayers for Priest and 
People. Compiled by two Pret'byters of the 
Church. 

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TheBibUandthe Child. 

Eight rather sketchy essays on the subject of 
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nttle maid of seven, after listening with interest 
to the reading of Bible stories paraphrased for 
children, said, Mith a sigh, 'Yes, that is good, 
but I like the real Bible better.* " (New York, 
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The Devotions qf Bisfiop A ndrewes. Tran slated 
from the Greek and arranged anew by John 
Henrt Newman. 

To this beantifnl edition of an old favorite 
Dr. Morgan Dix has contributed an introduction 
in which he savs: *' Tired and sick of modem 
invention, ana weary of the nnreality of for- 
eign types of devotional literature, we come 
back, with infinite comfort, to the sincere and 
pure aliment of a youth which seems to live 
once more in a revival of its truest aspirations.** 
(New York, George H. Richmond & Co. $9.00.) 

Thanksgivings (tfler the IMy Communion of the 
Body and Blood of Christ. Compiled from 
ancient and modern sources by a layman of 
the American Chnrch. 

Dr. G. McClellan Fiske, in his introduction to 
this volnme, rightly calls the collection "un- 
usual, if not unique.'* Garnered from every field 
of the Church, tnese devotions form a fragrant 
chaplet of pmise. We are glad to see such 

ftrominence given to the thanksgivings from the 
iturgics of the venerable East. That this col- 
lection should have been undertaken, as we 
gather from Dr. Fiske's preface, bv a busy lay- 
man, speaks well for the inner life of such a 
man. Such laymen are the comfort of their 
priests and the joy of the Church. Long may 
we have them. The book is beautifully printed 
and will, we are sure, the more it is known, be 
the better appreciated. (New York, James 
Pott A Co. $1.00.) 

Authors and PuNishers. A Manual of Sugges- 
tions for Beginners in Literature. Seventh 
edition. 

An exquisite sample of the pnblisher*s art. 
Many an author will sigh as he contrasts the 
beauty and elegance lavished on this book of 
su^rgestions with tha uncomely dress in which 
his children have been presented to the public. 
The work is an able plea in behalf of the pub- 
lisher, though it contains very many excellent 
sngeestions for the guidance of amateur authors. 
(Kew York, J. P. Putnam's Sons. $1.75.) 

Books and their Makers during the Middle 
Ages» By George Haven Putnam. Vol. II. 
This second volnme deals with the ]>eriod be- 
tween 1500 and 1709. The first part treats of 
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Froben, Erasmns, Plantin, and the Elcevire. In 
the second part we have a most extensire trea- 
tise on the Dc^nnings of property in literature, 
the priviieffeaand rccnlations In Italy, Germany, 
France, and Englanabeing dealt with separately. 
All lovers of lK>ok8 owe the author a debt of 
gratitude for his learned and comprehensive 
work now brought to a haopv conclusion, and to 
the eminent firm of whicn be is a member an 
almost eqnal debt for the beautiful dress in 
which the book copies before the public. (New 
York, Q. P. Putnam's Sons. $a.50.) 

T?u ScJuolar and the Stale, and Other OratUme 
and Addrestet. By Hknry Codman Potter, 
D.D., Bishop of New York. 
Thoughtrnl readers of these addresses will, 
we think, be struck by the great underlying 
strength of them. The Bishop does not press 
all his arguments to aconclnsion. One feelsthat 
there is a great reserve of force behind them. By 
virtue of nis office a bishop is a ruler, and if he 
is to be a wise ruler be must be a scholar, and if 
his rule Is to be accepted by many conditions of 
men, he must be a statesman. To a lesser 
d^ree, because the sphere of influence is more 
circumscribed, this must be equally true of 
every clergy man, and the doing or our duty to the 
State must surely be comprehended in the doing 
of our duty to our neighbor. Becaui^e the 
noisy partisan or shallow speaker has been to 
the fore in our politics, that is no rea«>on why 
the Christian gentleman or priest should retire 
or leave the control of the 8t»te to such men. 
Rather it OQght to be an incentive to them to be 
witnesses of better things. The problems 
touched upon by the Bishop of New York are 
many of them those which affect the very main- 
spring of onr social existence— the relations of 
science to modem life, Christianity and the crim- 
inal, the rural reinforcement of cities, nobility 
in business, the ministry of music, the gospel for 
wealth. They are dealt with with a calm delib- 
eration, the evident result of long and carefnl 
thinking. (New York, The Century Co. $2.00.) 

Otvek Art on Greek Soil. By James M. Hoppin. 
The title fully describes the work. It is a 
volume dealing with Greek art as seen on Greek 
soil. We thus have a series of fresh and vivid 
impressions of a theme that, old as it is. must 
ever be welcome to all lovers of th6 beautiful in 
art. The buildings, the statues, the very frag- 
ments are thus described in their own setting. 
(New York, Charies 8cribner*s Sons. $2.00.) 

The God Idea qf the Ancients ; or. Sex in Reli- 
gion. By Eliza Bubt Gajtblb. 
The authoress states that the object of the 
book ** is not only to furnish a brier outline of 
religions growth, but to show the effect which 
each of the two forces— male and female— has 
had on the development of onr present God- 
idea,'^ but we should put it more plainly as being 
an attempt to prove that the primitive idea wax 
that God was a woman, and that when the world 
shall have progressed far enough it will revert 
to that pristine faith and worship a goddes?*. 
Through the work there runs the calm a«scrtion 
that to all superior intellecta Chrisilanity has 
been proved to be a myth. (New York, G. P. 
Putnam's Sons. $2.25.) 



Men I Have Known. By the Vert Rev. Fred- 
erick W. Farbar, D.D. 
Dean Farrar is never dull, and in these chatty 
papers he introduces us and makes us acquainted 
with a very wide variety of celebrities, not only 
ecclesiastics like Tail, Magec, Trench, Benson. 
Newman, Puscv, and Church, but authors and 
statesmen like Bnlwer-Lytton and Beaconsfleld. 
Macaulay, Carlyle, and Dn Maurier, and among 
his American acquaintances we have Emerson, 
Lowell, Longfellow, Whittier, and Chllds. The 
Dean's remarks are all in good taste. The repro- 
duction of several autograph letters add special 
interest to the book. (New Yorlc, Thomas Y. 
Crowell&Co. $1.75.) 

Ex Libris, Essays of a Collector. By Charles 

Dexter Allen. 

A charming series of essayf* full of interest on 
the use of book-plates. Jllastratlons are given 
of fanciful, qnaint^rtistic, and graceful plates. 
(Boston, Lambon, Wolffc <fc Co. $8.00.) 

The Mastery of Books. By Harrt LrxAK 

KoOPlfAN. 

An exceedingly useful little manual for all 
who are endeavoring, by the use of public libra- 
ries, to broaden their culture. The chapters on 
*' What to Read," '' How to Read," and " Read- 
ing Courses " are especially admirable. The 
classified list of books will be found very useful, 
as, besides giving the standard works in general 
literature, it gives tho*»e in special subjects, such 
OS architecture, music, sculpture, pamting, en- 
graving, photography, decoration, etc, etc. 
(New York, American Book Co. 90 cents.) 

T?u Choir Invisible. By James Laxe Allen. 
Wc depart from our custom as to mention of 
novels in these ** Brief Notes " in this instance 
on account of the very peculiar merits of '* The 
Choir Invisible." The story is told with so 
much beauty and strength, the characters are 
so living and real, and the ending so human, 
and therefore so artistic, and the style so charm- 
ing that this work is placed far above the ordi- 
nary level of clever novels. It Is a work of 
genius, reminding us of Hawthorne and Irving. 
(New York, The Macmillan Co. $1.60.) 

Style. By Walter Raleioh. 

A charming and instructive essay. (New 
York, Edwarcf Arnold. $1.50.) 

Vesper Bells and Other Verses. By the Ret. 

H. G. Batterson, D.D. 

The poetic faculty is so rare that it ought to bo 
welcomed wherever met. In several of these 
verses Dr. Batterson has shown that he can be a 
sweet singer of Israel. Those entitled ** Plea«i- 
ant Words "and '•Aching Hearts "are especially 
beautiful, and we wiith that some of the carols 
and hymns could be set to music ; they would 
speed fly become great favorites. As a Christmas 
or Easter present this dainty volume will be the 
very gift to knit both donor and receiver together 
by ties of gentle memories. The messages of 
hope and beautv, of sorrow endured, and of vic- 
tory won will bind the reader, the author, and the 
giver Into one chaplet of remembrance. (New 
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Paul Mereer. A Story qf Ji€perUanc« Among 

laUions, Bt Jameb Addbrlbt. 

A work by the author of " Stephen Remarx '' 
is snre to be both original and interesting. Like 
'•Stephen Remarx," '* Paul Mercer" deals with 
the problems of religion as thej affect the toilers 
nnder onr present civilization. The interest of 
the story never flags, and we predict a success 
for '* Paul Mercer.*^ (New York, Edward Ar- 
nold. $1.25.) 

T?u Complete Poetical Works qf Oliver Wendell 

Holmes. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes^s poems have long since 
won their way to be ranked among our Ameri- 
can classics. It is soiHcient to say that this is the 
*' Cambridge Edition" of these works for the 
reader to oe assured of the excellency of the 
printer's art. (Boston, Houghton, Mifflin A Co. 

Curiosities qf Popular Customs and of Rites, 
CeremoifieSy Observances^ and Miscellaneous 
Antiquities. By William S. Walsh. 
Well written and well arranged, this work 

will prove invaluable ba a ready reference book. 

(Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Co. $3.26.) 

GIFT BOOKS. 

Androniike^ the Heroine of the Greek Revolution. 
By Stephanos Thbodoros I^bnos. Trans- 
lated from the original Greek by Edwin A 
Grosvbnor. 

The plot of this story is not laid In the last 
war, but in that of the revolution of 1821. It is 
full of incident and adventure, and gives in 
vivid color a graphic portrayal of the people, 
their manners and customs. As a novel of 
romance and adventure it ranks very high, 
while its historic setting adds value to its in- 
terest. (Boston, Roberts Brothers. $1.60.) 

The Son qf Ingar. By Katharine Pearson 

Woods. 

A fascinating tale of apostolic times, full of 
ronutnce and adventure, but written throughout 
in reverential spirit. (New York, Dodd, Mead 
A Co. $1.25.) 

Robert the Bruce and the Struggle for Scottish 
Independence. By Sib Hbrbbbt Maxwell, 
Bart. 

Belonffing to the series *' Heroes of the Na- 
tions," this Diography will be a welcome present 
to any lad. The photo-engravings of the scenes 
connected with the hero are nuiny, and It need 
not to be said that the work is written by an en- 
thusiastic admirer of the Bruce. (New York, 
G. P. Putnam's Sons. $1.50.) 
Founded on Paper; or^ the Uphill and Down- 
hill Between (he ttoo Jubilees. By Charlotte 
M. Yonob. 

The storv of the doings in the two parishes of 
Uphill and Downhi]l, and of what came of a 
factory tor papier mdchi established at the latter 
place. Told simply and unaffectedly, and yet 
with that strong moral background that char- 
acterizes all Miss Yonge's stories. (New York, 
Thomas Whittaker, %1J26.) 

Perpetua. A Tale qf Nimesin A. D. 218. By 

the Rev. S. Babino Gould. 

A stirring story of early Christian days. (New 
York, E. P. Button & Co. $1.25.) 



""Tbinette and Other Stories. By Barbara 

Ybchton. 

A collection of short stories gracefully written 
and of peculiar Interest to members of the 
Girls' Friendly Society. (New York, Thomas 
Whittaker. 75 cents.) 

The Oreen Pastures. 

A collection of poems gathered from a very 
wide range of authors on the beauty and value 
of Cheer, Faith, Hope, and Comfort. The selec- 
tion has been carefully made, and this dainty 
little volume will be a welcome gift to many 
with its messages of sunshine and nope. (New 
York, E. P. Button & Co. $1.25.) 

A Hero in Homespun. By William E. Barton. 
A tale of the loyal South during the Civil War. 
Full of interest and adventure. (Boston, Lam- 
son, Wolff e & C^o. $1.50.) 

Vera Vorontzqf. By Sonta Kovalbvskt. Ren- 
dered into English by Anna von Rydinos- 
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A vivid picture of Russian life of the present 
day from tne standpoint of view of an ardent, 
high-strung woman who strives to give to her 
country political freedom. (Boston, Lamson, 
Wolffe&Co. $1.25.) 

A Son of the Old Dominion. By Mrs. Burton. 
A tale of the days of Washington, gracefully 
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Fairy Tales. By Mabel Fuller Blodgett. 

A delightful book of fairy tales, charmingly 
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large, clear type. In every way a beautiful gift- 
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Fdbius, the Roman • or. How the Church Be- 
came Militant. By Rev. E. Fitch Burr, 
D.D.. LL.D. 

A stirring story of love and adventure of 
Rome in the fourth ceuturv, and how the 
Christians suffered under Maxentins. (New 
York, The Baker & Taylor Co. $1.50.) 

The Romance of a .Jesuit Mission. A historical 
novel by M. Bourchier Sanpord. 
The scene is laid at Fort Sainte Marie, near 
the pre^nt town of Midland, Canada, and is a 
charming story, showing the devotion of the 
early missionaries, and the hazardous life of 
traders and hunters during the seventeenth cen- 
tury. (New York, The Baker A Taylor Co. 

King Noanett. By F. 8. Stimson. 

A story of old \ irginia and the Massachusetts 
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giving a very accurate description of the plan- 
tation life in those early days. (Boston, Lam- 
son, Wolffe & Co. $1.60.) 

The Odd Fish qf Gran Chlmii. By Charles 

F. LuMifis. 

A stirring tale of adventure In Peru, among 
mummy mines and mummy miners, giving a 
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known country. (Boston, Lamson, Wolffe A 
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WITH DATE OP FOUNDATION OF SEE, DATE OF CONSECRATION, 

AND RESIDENCE. 



L— THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 

PROVINCB OP CANTERBURY. 

Canterbury.— (Ponnded 597 ; Angustine, let Abp.) Rt. Hon. and Most Rev. Frbdkrick Tkm- 
PLB, D.D. 1896. Archbiahop, Primate of A II England, and Metropolitan. Cons. Bp. 
of Exeter, 1869 ; trans, to London, 1885, and to Canterbury, 1896. (98d Abp.) Resi- 
dences, Lambeth Palace, London ; Addington Park, Croydon. 

Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Canterbury.— Rt. Rev. William Walsh, D.D. 
Cons. Bp. of Mauritius, 1891 ; trans., 1897. Residence, Precincts, Canterbury. 

London.— (Founded 604 ; Mellitns, 1st Bp.) Rt. Hon. and Rt. Rev. Mandell Cbbiohton, D.D. 
1896. Cons. Bp. of Peterborough, 1891 ; trans., 1896. (105th Bp.) Residences, St. 
James* Sq., London ; Fulham Palace, London. 

Bishc^ Suffragan of Guildford.— m. Rev. G. H. Sumner, D.D. 1888. Resi- 
dence, . 

Bishop Suffragan of Marlborough.— "Rt. Rev. A. Earle, D.D. 1888. Residence, 
13 Vicarage Gate, Kensington, London, 8. W. 

Bishop Suffragan of Stepnev.—Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley WiKKnfGTOK-IsQRAM, 
D.D. 1898. Residence, 3 Amen Court, London, E. C. 

Assistant Bishop ifor British Stil^jects in Northern and Central Bttropel^Ri. Rev. 
Thomas Edward Wilkinson, D.D. 1886. Residence, 42 Norfolk Square, Hyde Park, 
London, W. 

mrincheirter.— <8ee of Wessex founded at Dorchester (Oxon,), 684— Birinus, IstBp. ; Sec of Win- 
chester separated, 6C2.) Rt. Rev. Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D. 1895. Cons. 
Bp. of Rochester, 1891 ; trans., 1895. (85th Bp.) Residence, Famham Castle, Surrey. 
Bishop Suffragan of Southampton .— Rt. Rev. George Cabnac Fisher, D.D. 1896. 
Residence, Ashdown Park, Forest Row, Sussex. 

Bansor.— (Daniel, 1st recorded Bp., oh. 584; Herv^, Ist Bp. after union with Province of Can- 
terbury, 109«.) Rt. Rev. Daniel Lewis Lloyd, D.D. 1890. (77th Bp.) Residence. 
Palace, Bangor. 

Bath and Wells.— (Founded at Wells, 909; Athelm, IstBp.; title of Bath added, 1068.) Rt. 
Rev. George Wywdham Kennion, D.D., Bp. of Adelaide, 1882 ; trans., 1894. (68th 
Bd ^ Residence The Palace Wells 

Bristol.— (Founded 1542 ;' P. Bush, Ist Bp.; united with Gloucester in 1886, separated in 1897.) 
Rt. Rev. George Forrest Brown, D.D. 1897. Cons. Bp. Saff. of Stepney, 1896 ; 
trans., 1897. (48d Bp. of Bristol^ 

CHlchester.— (Founded at Selsey, 681 ; S. Wilfrith, 1st Bp.; removed to Chichester, 1070.) Rt 
Rev. Ernest Roland Wilbbrforce, D.D. Cons. Bp. of Newcastle, IMS ; trans., 
1896. {93d Bp.) Residence. Palace, Chichester. 

Ely.— (Founded 1109 ; Herv6, Bp. of Bangor, ipt Bp.) Rt. Rev, Lord Alwyne Compton, D.D. 
iaS6. (59th Bp.) Residence, Palace, Ely. 

Exeter.— (Founded at Crediton, 909; Eadulf, 1st Bp.; removed to Exeter, 1056.) Rt. Rev. 
Edward Henry Bickersteth, D.D. 1885. (69th Bp.) Residence, Palace, Exeter. 

Bishop Sttffragan of Crediton .—BX. Rev. R. E. Trbpusis. Residence, Crediton, 
Devon. 

Oloneester.— (Founded 1541; J. Wakeman, 1st Bp.; unitetl with Bristol in 1886, separated in 
1897.) Rt. Rev. Charles John Ellicott, D.D. 1868. (81st Bp. of Gloucester.) Resi- 
dence, Palace, Gloucester. 

Hereford.— (Founded 676 ; Putta, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. John Percival, D.D. 1895. (96th Bp.) 
Residence, Palace, Hereford. 

lilclftfleld.— (See of Lichfield, with Chester and Coventry, founded 656 ; Diuma, Ist Bp.) Hon. 
and Rt. Rev. Augustus Legqb, D.D. 1891. (88th Bp.) Residence, The Palace, 
Lichfleld. 

Bishop Suffragan of Shrewsbury.— Rt. Rev. Sir L. T. Stamer, Bart., D.D. 1888. 
Residence, Edgmond, Newoort, Salop. 

lilneoln.— (See removed from Dorchester, 1085 ; Remigius, lastBp. of Dorchester, 1st of Lin> 
coin; Robert Bloctt, Ist Bp. appointed after removal.) Rt. Rev. Edward Kino, D.D. 
1885. (60th Bp. of Lincoln.) Residence, Old Palace. Lincoln. 

lilandaff.— (Dnbritins, Ist recorded Bo., ob. 612 ; Urban. 1st Bp. after union with Province of 
Canterbury, 1107.) Rt. Rev. Richard Lewis, D.D. 1888. (68d Bp. after union with 
Province of Canterbury.) Residence, The Palace, Llandaff. 



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Nonvlch.— (FeUx» let Bp. of Dnnwich, 681 ; new See founded at Elmtaam, 676— Bedwin, Ist 
Bp.; See removed to Thetford, 1070» and to Norwich^y Herbert of Loeinga, 1091.) 
Rt. Rev. John Shekpshanks, D.D. 1808. (87th Bp.) Residence, Palace, Norwich. 

Bishop Suffragan of Thetford.- Rt. Rev. Arthur Thomas Lloyd, D.D. 18(M. 
Residence, FaKenbam, Norfolk. 

Oxford.— (Founded 1645 ; Robert King, let Bp.> Rt. Rev. William Stubbs, D.D. 1889. Cons. 
Bp. of Chet^ter, 1884 ; trans., 1889. (34thBp.) Residence, Cuddesdun Palace, Wheatley, 
Oxford. 

Bishop Siilfragan of Beadinff.~Rt. Rev. Jambs Lbslib Randall, D.D. 1889. 
Residence, . 

Peterboroug:!!.— (Founded 1541 ; John Chamber, 1st Bp.) Hon. and Rt. Rev. Edward Carr 
Gltn, D.D. 1897. (28th Bp.) Residence, Palace, Peterborough. 

Assistant Bishop.— Bt. Rev. John Mitchinson, D.C.L. 1881. Residence, Gibson, 
Atheri*tone. 

Bishop Suffragan of Leicestsr.—Rt. Rev. P. H. Thicknesse, D.D. 1888. Resi- 
dence. Oxendon, Market Harboro*. 

Rochester.— (Founded 604 ; Justus, Ut Bp.) Rt. Rev. Edward Stuart Talbot, D.D. 
1895. (100th Bp.) Residence, 175 Kennlngton Park Road, London, S. E. 

Bishop Suffragan qf Southwark.—Bt. Rev. H. W. Yeatman, D.D. 1891. Resi- 
dence. Dartmouth House, London, S. £. 

St. Albans. — (Founded 1877 ; Thomas L. Claughton, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. John Woo an Felting, 
D.D. 1890. (2d Bp.) Residence, 21 Endsleigh St., Tavistock Square, London, W. ('. 
Bishop Suffragan of ColcJmter.—B.i. Rev. Hknry Frank Johnson, D.D. 1894. 
Residence, The Rectory, Chelmsford. 

St* A.sapli.--(Keniigem, 1st recorded Bp., 6th century ; Gilbert, Ist Bp., i.e., after union with 
Province of Canterbury, 1143.) Rt. Rev. Alfred George Edwards, D.D. 1889. 
(65th Bp. after union with Province of Canterbury.) Residence, Palace, St. Asaph. 

St* DaTld's.— Ut. Rev. John Owen, D.D. 1897. (72d Bp. after union with Province of Can- 
terbury.) Residence, Aberewili Palace, Carmarthen. 

Bishop Suffragan of Swansea.— 'Rt. Rev. John Lloyd, D.D. 1890. Residence, 
The Vicarage, Carmarthen. 

Salisbury.- (Founded at Sherborne, 705— Aldhelm, Ist Bp.; See removed, with See of Rams- 
bury, to Sarum, 1078— Osmund. Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. John Wordsworth, D.D. 1885. 
(67th Bp. of Sarum and Salisbury.) Residence, Palace. Salisbury. 

Soathnrell.— (Fonnded 1884.) Rt. Rev. George Ridding, D.D. 1884. (Ist Bp.) Residence, 
Thnipirton Priory, Southwell, Notts. 

Bishop Suffragan of Derby.-'Rt, Rev. Edward Ash Were, D.D. 1889. Resi- 
dence, S. Werourgh's, Derby. 

Truro.— (See of Cornwall founded, c. 930— Conan, Ist Bp. ; united to Exeter, c. 1070: See 
restored. 1877.) Rt. Rev. John Gott, D.D. 1891. (8d Bp. after restoration.) Resi- 
dence, Trenython, Par Station, R. S. O. Cornwall. 

Worcester.— iFounaed 679 ; Bosel, 1st Bp.) Rt. Rev. John James Stewart Pebowne, D.D. 
1891. (103d Bp.) Residence, Hartlebnry Castle, near Kidderminster. 

Bishop Suffragan of Coventry.— "Rt. Rev. Edmund Arbuthnot Knox, D.D. 
1894. Residence, B. Philip's, Birmingham. 

PROVINCE OF YORK. 

rork*-(Foanded 625; Paulinas, 1st Bp.; Egbert, 1st Abp., 784.) Rt Hon. and Most Rev. 
WiLUAM Dalrtmple Maclaoan, D.D. 1891. Archbishop, Primate of England, and 
Metropolitan. Cons. Bp. of Lichfield, 18^8; trans., 1891. (80th Abp.) 

Bishop St^'ragan of Beverley.— Rt. Rev. R. J. Crosthwaite, D.D. 1889. Resi- 
dence, The Rectory, Bolton-Percy. 

Bishop Suffragan qfffuU.-m. Rev. R. F. L. Blunt, D.D. 1891. Residence, The 
Vicarage, Scarborongh. 

Durham*— (Founded at Lindisfame, 631— Aldan, IstBp.; removed toDnrham, 990— Aldhnn, 
IstBp.) Rt. Rev. Brooke Foss Westcott, D.D. 1890. (TTth Bp.) Residence, 
Aackiand Castle. Bishop Auckland. 

Assistant Bishop.— Rt. Rev. D. F. Sandford, LL.D. 1890. Residence, Beldon 
Rectory, Durham. 

Carlisle.- (Founded 1183 ; Adelnlf, let Bp.) Rt. Rev. John Warking Bardplet, D.D. 1892. 
Cons. Bp. of Sodorand Man, 1887 ; trans., 1898. (59th Bp.) Residence, Rose Castle, 
Cumberland. 

Bishop Suffragan of Barr&tc in Fumess.—Ri. Rev. H. Ware, D.D. 1889. 

Cliester.— (Tncluded with Lichfield and Coventry in one Diocese, 656 ; separation of See, 1587 ; 
J. Bird, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. Francis John Jathb, D.D. 1889. (38d Bp. after separa- 
tion.) Residence, The Palace, Chester. 

lilTerpool.— (Fonnded 1880.) Rt. Rev. John Charles Rtle, D.D. 1880. (1st Bp.) Resi- 
dence, The Palace, Liverpool. 

Illanehester.— (Founded 1848 ; J. P. Lee, 1st Bp.) Rt. Rev. James Moorhocse, D.D. 1886. 
Cons. Bp. of Melbonme. 1876: trans., 1886. (8d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, 
Higher Broughton, Manchester. 

Assistant Bishop.—Ri. Rev. F. A. R. Cbameb-Robbbts, D.D. 1883'. | 

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Nei¥castle.— (Founded 1882.) Rt. Rev. Edoab Jacob, D.D. 1896. (2d Bp.) Residence, Ben- 
well Tower, Newca»tle-on-Tyne. 

Rlpon.— (Eadhed, let recorded Bp., 078 ; See restored, 1886.) Rt. Rev. William Botd Car- 
PBNTBR, D.D. 1884. (8d Bp. after restoration.) Residence. Palace, Ripon. 
Bishop Suffragan qf Jiichffwnd.—Bi. Rev. J. J. Pulleine, D.D. 1888. 

Sodor and Maii.^Incidenta] mention of Bietiops only before l;^h century ; twenty-six Bish- 
ops recorded, bat list imperfect between 1118 and 1548, when See was anited to Province 
of York ; Henry Man, li*t Bp. after the onion.) Rt. Rev. Norman D. J. Stratok, 
D.D. 1892. (^th Bp. after the union.) 

DTakefleld.— (Founded 1888. 1st Bp., W. W. How.) Rt. Rev. George Rodnet Eden. 1897. 
Cons. Bp. SufE. of Dover, 1890; trans., 1897. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bishopgarth, Wake- 
field. 

II.— THE CHUECH OP IRELAND. • 

[From infdrmation collected for the American Church Almanao and Tear Book by the 
late Rev. Canon W. li. Churton, of King's College, Cambridge, England.] 

^ THE PROVINCE OF ARMAGH. 

ArmaifH.— (Founded 445 : S. Patrick, 1st Bp. ; 108 Abps. to 1845.) The Most Rev. Wiluam 
Alexander, D.D., Archbishop and Primate or All Ireland. Cons. Bp. of Derry and 
Raphoe, 1867 ; trans., 1896. Residence, The Palace, Armagh. 

Ifleath.— (Founded 520; S. Finlan, 1st Bp.; 88 Bps. to 1842.) Most Rev. James Bennett 
Kebnb, D.D. 1897. Residence, Dundrum Castle, Dublin. 

Cloa:lier,-(Founded 498; Macartln, Ist Bp.; 85 Bps. to 1822.) Rt. Rev. Charles Maurice 
Stack, D.D. 1886. Residence, Knockballimore, Clones. 

Derry and Rabhoe,— (See of Derry founded 550 ; S. Eugene. Bp. of Ardscath, 9^7; Caoncom- 
ragh Maolindhir, Bp. of Derry Calgaich ; 52 Bps. to 1834. See of Raphoe founded 885 ; 
Maelbrigid McDornan, 1st Bp.; trans, from Raphoe to Armagh ; 52 Bps. to iaS4 ; ihen 
aanexed to Derry.) Rt. Rev. Oeorob Alexander Chadwick, D.D. 1896. Resi- 
dence, The Palace, Londonderry. 

Doiriiy Connor* and Dromore.— cSee of Down founded 499; S. Coelan or Mochai, 1st 
Bp. ; 67 Bps. to 1849. See of Connor founded 500 ; Aen!;us MacNlsse, 1st Bp. ; 86 Bps. to 
1^; then annexed to Down. See of Droraore founded 510; S. Colman or Mochol- 
mog, 1st Bp.; 58 Bps. to 1842; then annexed to Down.) Rt. Rev. Thomas James 
Welland, D.D. 1892. Residence. Ardtullagh, Holywood, County Down. 

KUmore) Blphlu« and Ardas^h.— (See of Kilmore founded 1136 ; Hugh O'Finn, 1st Bp.; 
41 Bps. to 1802. See of Elphin fonnded 460; Aslcus, 1st Bp.; 67 Bps. from 1136 lo 1834; 
then annexed to Kilmore. See of Ardagh founded 454 ; S. Mell, 1st Bp.; 41 Bp?. to 1698 
Hist incomplete] ; annexed first to Kilmore, then to Tuam, and then again to Kilmore.) 
Kt. Rev. Alfred Elliott, D.D. 1897. Residence, Kilmore House, Cavan. 

Tuani) Klllala. and Aclionr/*— (See of Tuam fonnded 501 ; S. Jarlath, 1st Bp.; became 
an Archiepiscopal See in 1152 ; 40 Abps. from 1152 to 1839 ; then ceased to be Metro- 
politan See, and Killala and Achonry were annexed. See of Killala fonnded 4.^4 : S. 
Muredach, 1st Bp.; 70 Bps. to 1834. See of Achonry founded 530 : S. Nalhy or Dalhy, 
1st Bp. ; 37 Bps. from 1062 to 1622 ; annexed to Killala In 1623.) Rt. Rev. Jamss 
O'SuLUVAN, D.D. 1890. Residence, The Palace, Tuam. 

THE PROVINCXE OF DXJBLIN. 

Dnblln, Olendalonirh. and Klldare.— (See of Dublin founded 633 ; Livinus, 1st Bp.; 
Archbishopric In 1152 ; 69 Bps. to 1831 ; list incomplete in early part. See or Kildare 
founded 519; S. Conlaeth, Ist Bp.; 87 Bps. to 1804.) The Most Rev. Joseph 
Ferguson Psaoooke, D.D. 1897. Archbishop. Residence, 16 Stephens Green, 
North Dublin. 

Ommorjj Ferns^ and Iielfl:1illn.~(See of Ossory founded about 402 : S. Eiaran, 1st Bp.; 86 
Bps. to 1841. See of Ferns founded 598 ; S. Edan, Edog. or Mo-Edog. 1st Bp.; annexed 
to Leighlin. 1590 : 80 Bps. to 1835. when Ferns and Lefghlln were annexed to Osaorv. 
See of Leighlin founded 632 : S. Laserian, 1st Bp.: 34 Bps. to 1600 ; list incomplete in 
early part.) Rt. Rev. John B. Croeibr, D.D. 1897. Residence, The Palace, Kflkenny. 

Cashel) Bmly, l¥aterford, and LUmore.— (See of Cashcl founded 901 : Cormac Mac- 
Culinan, 1st Bp.; Archbishopric in 1152 ; Donat O'Lonargan, Ist Abp,; 50 Bps. to 1840. 
See of Emiy founded 448 ; S. Ailbe, Ist Bp.; united to Cashel by Parliament, 1568. See 
of Waterford founded 1096; Malchus, IstBp., cons, at Canterbury Dec. 28, 1096; united 
to Lismore, 1363. See of Lismore founded 631 or 680 ; S. Carthagh. 1st Bp.; 55 Bps. 
to 1831.) Kt. Rev. Maurice Fitzgerald Day, D.D. 1872. Rusiaence, see House, 
Waterford. 

Cork) CloTne, and Rosa.— (See of Cork founded 606 ; 8. Fin-Barr, 1st Bp. : united to 
Cloyne, 1480; Jordan, Ist Bp. of United Diocese; united to Ross in 1686; William 
Lyon, Ist Bp.; in 1678 Edward Wettenhall was made Bp. of Cork and Ross; 67 Bps. 

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to 1881. See of Cloyne foanded 600 ; S. Colman, let Bp.; 60 Bps. from 1094 to 18S6. 
See of RoB8 founded 570 ; S. Fachnan, l8t Bp.; 30 Bps. to 1583, when it was nnited to 
Cork.) Rt. Rev. William Bdward Meade, D.D. 1894. Residence, The Palace, Cork. 

KUlaloe. Kllfenora, Clouferl;. and Kllmacduaeh.— (Seeof Killaloe founded about 
600 ; S. Flannan, let Bp.; 70 Bps. from 1019 to 1889. See of Kilfenora [date of founda- 
tion unknown] ; from 1606 to 1617 annexed to Limerick ; afterwards, 1660 to 17433 '^ 
Tnam ; from 1742 to 1752 to Clonfert; 19 Bps. from 1250 to 1660. See of Clonfert 
founded 5.58; S. Brendan, let Bp.; united to Killaloe in 18^ ; 66 Bps. to 1884. See 
of Kilmacdnogh founded 620 : Colmau MacDuagh. Ist Bp.; 22 Bps. from 1178 to 1587 ; 
then united to Clonfert.) Rt. Rev. Mervtn Archdall, J)A). 1887. Residence, 
Clarisford Uouse, Killaloe. 

Limerick) Ardfert. and Agdahoe.— (See of Limerick founded about 600 ; S. Munchin, 
Isit Bp.; 50 Bps. from 1106 to 1826. See of Ardfert founded about 500 ; 85 Bps. from 
1075 to 1668 ; then annexed to Limerick.) Rt. Rev. Charles Graves, D.D. 1806. 
Residence, The Palace, Henry Street, Limerick. 



Notes.— The Diocese of Clonmacnois or Clone was founded In 1548 ; S. Kiafan, 1st Bp.; 69 
Bps. to 1568 ; then arnexed to Meath. The Diocese of Roscrea was founded in 610; S. Cronan, 
1st Bp. ; annexed to Killaloe in 12th century. There are also several minor Sees in County Mayo 
and elsewhere. 

V 

III.— THE CHURCH IN SCOTLAND. 

[Compiled for the American Church Almanac and Year Book by the Rev. James Qam- 
MACK, LL.D.j 

Drecliln*— (Fonnded 12th century ; Samson, Ist Bp.; post-reformation, Andrew Lamb, IstBp. ; 
post-revolution, John Onchterlonie, 1st Bp.) The Most Rev. Hugh Willouobby 
JBRMYN, D.D. Bp. of Colombo, 1871 ; trans., 1875. Primus, 1886. Residence, Forbes 
Court, Broughty-Ferry. 

AberdeenanaOrkney.—(»ee of Aberdeen founded 1125; Nectan, Ist. Bp.; post-reforma- 
tion, David Cunningham, 1st Bp.; post-revolution, Alexander Campbell, 1st Bp. See 
of Orkney founded fii 11th century ; Ralph, IstBp.; poet- reformation, Andrew Hony- 
man, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. and Hon. Arthur OAscoiaNB Douglas, D.D., D.C.L.. 1888. 
Residence, 29 Albyn Place, Aberdeen. 

Argyll and the Isles.— (Sec of Argyll founded in 12th century ; Harold, 1st Bp.; oost-refor- 
mation, Neil Campbell, Ist Bp.; post-revolution, David Low, Ist Bp. See of the 
Isles [foundation traditional] ; Wymund, in 12th century ; post-reformation, Thomas 
Knox, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. J. R. A. Cuinnery-Haldane, D.D. 1888. Residence, North 
Ballachulish. 

Edinbursli.— (Founded 1634; William Forbes, 1st Bp.; post-revolution, John FuUarton, Ist 
Bp.) Rt. Rev. John Dowden, D.D. 1886. Residence, Lynn House, Qillsland Road, 
Bainburgh. 

Glasfl^oiv^ and Galloway.— (Sec of Glasgow founded 1115 : John, Ist Bp.; Robert Blacader, 
1st Abp.. 1492; post- reformation, John Spottlswood, Ist Abp.; post-revolution, Alex- 
ander Duncan, 1st Bp. See of Galloway founded 1154; Christian, Ist Bp.; post-refor- 
mation. Gavin Hamilton, 1st Bp.) Rt. Rev. William Thomas Harrison. 1888. Resi- 
dence, 25 Bumbank Gardens, Glasgow. 

MortLj^ Ross, and €altlinesH.— (See of Moray founded 12th century; Gregory, 1st Bp.; 

EDst-reformation, Alexander Douglas, 1st Bp.: post-revolution, William Dunbar, 1st 
p. See of Ross founded 12th century; Macbeth, Ist Bp.; post-reformation, Patrick 
Lindsay, 1st Bp. See of Caithness fonnded 12th centnrv ; Andrew, 1st Bp. : post-refor- 
mation, Alexander Forbes, Ist Bp.; post-revolution, Robert Keith, Ist Bp.) Rt. Rev. 
Jambs Butler Knill Kelly. Bishop Coadjutor of Newfoundland, 1867. Bp., 1876; 
trans., 1885. Coad. Bp., 1&S5. Bp,, 1886. Residence, Eden Court, Inverness. 

AitHstant Bishop.— The Rt. Rev. Allan Beechbr Webb, D.D. 1897. Resi- 
dence, . 

St* Andrews, Dnnkeld* and Dunblane.— (See of St. Andrews fonnded 9th century ; 

gjst- reformation, George Gladstanes, 1st Bp. See of Dnnkeld founded 12th century ; 
reffory, 1st Bp. ; post-reforms tion, George Haliburton, 1st Bp. : post revolution, 
Thom«8 Rattray, Ist Bp. See of Dnnblane founded 12th century : Lanrentins, Irt Bp.: 
post-reformation, Adam Bellonden, Ist Bp ; post-revolution, John Gillan. Ist Bp.) 
Rt. Rev. Grorob Howard Wilkinson. D.D. Bp. of Truro, 1883; resig. 1891 ; app. 
to S. Andrew*8, 1898. Residence, St. Mary^s Tower, Bimam. 

IV.— THE CHURCH IN INDIA AND THE COLONIES. 

Adelaide.— (Formed from the Diocese of Australia, 1»47 ; 1st Bp.. A. Short.) Rt. Rev. John 
Rboinald Harmer, DD. 1896. (3d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, N.Adelaide, 
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Alsoma*— (Formed from the Diocese of Toronto, 1878 ; let Bp., F. D. Fanqaier.) Rt. Ber. 

Gbobok THORinx>E, D.D. 1897. (3d Bp.) Residence, Sualt Ste. Miirie, OnUrio, 

Canada. 
AnUffua.— (Formed from the Diocese of Barbados, 1842.) Rt. Rev. H. Matheb, D.D. (Bp.) 

Residence, St. John's, Antigua, W. I. 
Athabasca. -iFormed 1884.) Rt. Rev. Ricoabd Young, D.D. 1884. (Ist Bp.) Residence, 

Vermilion, Athabasca, N. W. Canada. 
Auckland.— (Founded 1841. Formed from the Diocese of New Zealand. Ist Bp., Q. A 

Selwyn, 1841.} Most Rev. W. Gabdbn CowiB, D.D. 1869. Primate, 1895. (2dBp.) 

Residence, Bishop's Court, Auckland, N. Z. 
Ballarat.— (Formed from Diocese of Melbourne, 1875.) Rt. Rev. Savurl Thornton, D.D. 

1875. (Ist Bp ) Residence, Bishop's Court, Wendouree, Ballarat, Victoria. 
Bishop Sujfragan. -Rt. Rev. H. E. Cooper, D.D. 1895. 
Barbados and WlndMrard Iidauds.— (Barbados founded 18:24; Windward Islands 

formed from Diocese of Barbados, 1878 ; 1st Bp.. W. H. Coleridge.) Rt. Rev. Her- 
bert Brek. D.D. 1882. (4th Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, Bridgetown, Barbados. 
Bat hurst.— (Formed from the Dioceses of Sydney and Newcastle. 1869; 1st lip.. 8. E. Mareden.) 

Rt. Rev. Charles Edward Caxidoe, D.D. 1887. (2d Bp.) Resideuce, Bishop's 

Court, Bathurst, New South Wales. 
Bloemfo nt el n.— (Founded 1863; 1st Bp., E. Twells.) Rt. Rev. John Wale Hicks. 189S. 

(4th Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Lodge, Blocmfontoin, South Africa. 
Bombay.— (Formed from the Diocese of Calcutta, 1887 ; Ist Bp.. T. Carr.) Rt. Rev. Louis 

George Mvlne. D.D. 1878. (4th Bp.) Residence, Malabar Hill, Bombay. 
Brisbane.— (Formed from the Diocese of Newcastle, 18.'>9 ; 1st Bp.. E. W. Tuffnell.) Rt Rev. 

W. T. Tuornhill Webber, D.D. 1885. (3d Bp.) Residence, Bishopsbonme, 

Brisbane, Queensland. 

Bishop Coadjutor.— The Rt. Rev. John Francis Stretch. 1896. 
Calcutta.— (Founded 1814 ; 1st Bp., T. F. Middleton ; Metropolitan See, 1834.) The Most 

Rev. Edward Ralph Johnson, D.D. 1876. (8th Bp.) 4th Bp. Metropolitan. Resi- 
dence, The Palace, Calcutta. 
Caledonia.— (Formed from the Diocese of Columbia, 1879.) Rt. Rev. Willlam Ridley, D.D. 

1879. (1st Bp.) Residence, Metlakatla. B. C. 
Caljfary. -{Formed from the Diocese of Saskatchewan, 1887.) Rt. Rev. the Bishop op Sas- 
katchewan in charge prr)vi8ionally. 
Capetoiwn.— (Founded 1847 ; Ist Bp., Robert Grav.) The Most Rev. William West Jones, 

D.D. 1874. Archbishop Metropolitan. (2a Bp.) Residence, Bishop'** Court. Claremont. 
Coadjutor Bishop.—Hi. Rev. Alan Geouor Sumner Gibson, D.D. l694. 
Chhota Nagpur.— (Founded 1890.) Rt. Rev. J. C. Whitley, D.D. 1890. (Ist Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Ranchi, Chhota Nagpur, Bengal. 
Chrlstcliarcii.— (New Zealand. Formed from the Diocese of New Zealand, 1856 ; Ist Bp., 

H. J. C. Harper.) Rt. Rev. C. Jtjuusi, M.A. 1890. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bishop^s 

Court, Cbristchurch. New Zealand. 
Colombo.— (Formed from the Diocese of Madras. 1815; Ist Bp., J. Chapman.) Rt. Rev. 

Reginald Stephen Coplbston, D.D.' 1875. (4th Bp.) Residence, Darley House, 

Colombo, Ceylon. 
Columbia.— (Vancouver's Island. Founded 1859 ; 1st Bp., G. Hills.) Rt. Rev. William Will- 
cox Perrin, D.D. 1893. (2dBp.) Residence, Bishopsclose. Victoria, British Columbia. 
Dunedln. —(Formed from the Diocese of Cbristchurch, 1866 ; 1st Bp., H. L. Jenncr.) Rt. Rev. 

Samuel Tarratt Nevill, D.D. 1871. (2d Bp.) Itesidence, Bishop's Grove, Wood- 

hangh, Dunedin, New Zealand. 
Falkland Islands.- (South America. Founded 1869.) Rt. Rev. Waits H. Stirling, DJ>. 

1869. (Ist Bp.) Residence, Buenos Ayres. 
Fredertcton.— (Formed from the Diocese of Nova Scotia, 1845; Ist Bp., J. Medley.) Rt 

Rev. HoLLiNOWORTH TuLLT KiNGDON. D.D. 189*^. Cons. Bp. Coadjutor, July 10, 

1881 : Bp., 1892. (2d Bp.^ Residence, Frederlcton, New Brunswlclc. 
Gibraltar.— < Founded 1842; Ist Bp., G. Tomlinson.) Rt. Rev. Charles Waldeorave Sani>- 

roRD, D.D. 1874. (4th Bn.) Permanent addresses, 4 Hyde Parle Sq., London, W.; and 

Bishopsboume, Cannes, France. 
Goalbnrn.— (Formed from Diocese of Sydney, 1868, comprising its southern division; 1st 

Bp., M. Thomaj".) Rt. Rev. William Chalmers, D.D. 1892. (2d Bp.) Residence, 

Bisiiopsthorpe, Goulbnm, New South Wales. 
Graflon and Armldalc— (Formed from the Diocese of Newcastle. 1866, consisting of its 

nortliem division ; 1st Bp., W. C. Sawver.) Rt. Rev. Arthur Vincent Green, D.D, 

1894. (3d Bp.) Residence, Armidale, New South Wales. 
Graliamstown.— (Formed from the Diocese of Capetown, 1853 ; Ist Bp.. J. Armstrong.) Rt. 

Rev. . ( Bp.) Residence, Bi8hop8l>oume, Grahams- 
town, Cape Colony. 
Gnlana. -(Formed from the Diocese of Barbados, 1842 ; Ist Bp., W. P. Austin.) Rt. Rev. 

William Proctor Swaby, D.D. 1893. (2d Bp.) Residence, Kingston House, Geoi^- 

town, Demerara, British Gufana. 
Hondaras,— (Pounded 1878; 1st Bp.. W. G. Tozer. See vacant, 1881-91 and 1891-94.) Rt 

Rev. O. Albert Orm8BY,D.D. 1893. (8«l Bp.) 
Huron. -(Formed from the Diocese of Toronto, Ift'ST ; Ist Bp.. B. Cronin.) Rt. Rev. Maubicb 

8. Baldwin, D.D. 1888. (8d Bp.) Residence, London, Ontario, Canada. 



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Jamaica.— (Fonnded 1824; let Bp., C. Lipscombe. Archbishopric, 1897.) The Most Rev. 

Bno« Nuttall, D.D. 1^. (5th Bp.) Archbishop, Primate of the West Indies. 

Besidence, Kingston, Jamaica. 

AtHstatU Bi9hop.—IU. Rey. C. P. Doubt, D.D. 1888. 
I^hore.— (Ponned from the Diocese of Calcutta, 1877 ; Ist Bp., T. V. French.) Rt. Rev. H. J. 

Matthkw, D.D. 1888. (2dBp.) Residcnee, Lahore, Punjab, India. 
Iiucknoiv^.—Rt. Rev. Alfred CurpoBD,M. A. 1893. (IstBp.) Residence, Allahabad, North. 

west ProTiDces, India. 
Maclcenzle RlTer*— (Originally Athabasca. Formed fVom the Diocese of Rupert's Land, 1874; 

subdivided and renamed Mackenzie River, 1884 ; 1st Bp., W. C. Bompas.) lit. Rev. 

William Day Rkeye, D.D. 1891. (2d Bp.) Residence, Fort Simpson, Mackenzie 

River, N. W. Canada. 
Madras.— (Formed from the Diocese of Calcutta, 1885; 1st Bp., D. Corrie.) Rt. Rev. Fbsderick 

Cell, D.D. 1861. (4th Bp.) Residence, Caihedral-road, Madras, India. 
llIaarltln«.-(Foundedl854 ; 1st Bp., V. W. Ryan.) Rt. Rev. . 1891. 

(6th Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, Moka, Mauritius. 
nielbonrne.— (Formed from the Diocese of Australia, 1847 ; 1st Bp., C. Perry.) Rt. Rev. 

Field Flowebs (3ob, D.D. 1887. (8d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, Melbourne, 

Victoria. 
Montreal.— (Formed from the Diocese of Quebec, 18B0; Ist Bp., F. Fnlford.) Rt. Rev. 

William Bennett Bond, D.D., LL.D. 1879. (3d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, 

Montreal. 
Moosomee.— (Formed from the Diocese of Rupert's Land, 1872 ; 1st Bp., J. Horden.) Rt. Rev. 

Jbbvois a. Newkbam, D.D. 1893. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, Moose, via 

Mattawa. Ottawa River. 
Nassau.— (Formed from the Diocese of Jamaica, 1861 ; 1st Bp., C. Canliield.) Rt. Rev. Edwabd 

ToWNsoN Chubton, ,D.D. 1886. (4th Bp.) Residence, Addington House, Nassau, 

Bahamas. 
Natal— Marltzbars.— (The Diocese of Natal was formed from the Diocese of Capetown, 

1858 ; 1st Bp., J. W. Colenso.) Rt. Rev. Arthur Hamilton Baynes, D.D. 1893. 

(8d Bp.) Residence, Maritzbunr, Natal, South Africa. 
Nelson.— (Formed from the Diocese of New Zealand, 1858 ; 1st Bp., E. Hobhoupe.) Rt. Rev. 

CO. Mules, M. A. 1892. (3dBp.) Residence, BIshopdale, Nelson, New Zealand. 
Nei¥castle.— (Formed from Diocese of Australia, 1847 ; Ist Bp., W. Tyrrell.) Rt. Rev. Okurgb 

Henby Stanton, D.D. 1891. Cons. Bp. of North Queensland, 1878 ; trans., 1891. 

(8d Bp.) Residence, Morpeth, New South Wales. 
Neiv^fonndland.— (Formed from Diocese of Nova Scotia, 1639; 1st Bp., A. 6. Spencer.) 

Rt. Rev. Llewellyn Jones, D.D. 1878. (4th Bp.) Residences, St. John's, Newfound- 
land ; and Hamilton, Bermuda. 
Neiv^ Westminster.— (Formed from the Diocese of Columbia, 1879 ; 1st Bp., A. W. Sillitoe.) 

Rt. Rev. John Dabt, D.D. 1895. (8d Bp.) Residence, New Westminster, British 

Columbia. 
Nla«arsu— (Formed from the Diocese of Toronto, 1875 ; 1st Bp., T. B. Fuller.) Rt. Rev. 

John Philip Da Moulin, D.C.L. 1896. (SdBp.) Residence, Hamilton, Ontario, 

Canada. 
North <| a eensland.— (Founded 1878 ; 1st Bp., G. H. Stanton.) Rt. Rev. Chkistopiirr 

Georoe Bablow, D.D. 1891. (2d Bp.) Residence, Townsville, North Queensland, 

Australia. 
NoTa Scotia.— (Founded 1787 ; 1st Bp., C. Inglis.) Rt. Rev. Frederick Courtney, D.D. 

1888. (5th Bp.) Residence, Bishopthorpe, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Ontario,— (Formed from the Diocese of Toronto. 1861 ; Archbishopric, 1898.) The Most Rev. J. 

Tbavers Lewis, D.D., 1888. Archbishop of Ontario and Metropolitan of Province 

of Canada. (IstBp. and Abp.) Residence, Kinf^ton, Ontario, Canada. 
Ottanra.— (Founded 1896.) Rt. Rev. Charles Hamilton, D.D. Cons. Bp. Niagara, 1885; 

trans., 1896. (IstBp.) Residence, Ottawa. 
Perth.— (Formed from the Diocese of Adelaide, 1857 : 1st Bp., M. B. Hale.) Rt. Rev. Charles 

Owen Leaver Rilet, D.D. 1894. (3d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's House, Perth, 

West Australia. 
Pretoria.— (Formed from the Diocese of Bloerofontein. 1877.) Rt. Rev. Henry Bbouuham 

BousriELD, D.D. 1878. (Ist Bp.) Residence, Bishopscote, Pretoria, Transvaal. 
<|a'Appelle.— (Formed, as Diocese of Assiniboia, 1884, from the Dioceses of Rupert's Land 

and Saskatchewan ; 1st Bp., A. J. Anson.) Rt. Rev. John Grisdale, D.D. 1S96. (3d 

Bp.) Residence, Qu'Appelle Station, Assiniboia, N. W. Canada. 
<|ueb«^c.— (Founded 1798; 1st Bp., J. Mountain.) Rt. Rev. A. Hunter Dunn, D.D. 1892. 

(5th Bp.) Residence, Quebec, Canada. 
Rangoon.— (Formed from the Diocese of Calcutta, 1877 ; Ist Bp., J. H. Titcomb.) Rt. Rev. 

John Milleb Stbachan, M.D., D.D. 1882. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, 

Rangoon, Bnrmah. 
RlTerlna.— (Fonned from the Dioceses of Goulbnrn and Bathurst, 1884 ; 1st Bp., S Linton.) 

Rt. Rev. Bbnest Augustus Anderson, D.D. 1895. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's 

Lod^, Hay, New South Wales. 
Rockhampton.— fFormed from the Diocese of Brisbane, 1892.) Rt. I^v. Nathaniel 

Dawes, D.D. 1892. Cons. Coad. Bp. of Brisbane, 1889 ; trans., 1892. (Ist Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Lia Escop, Rockhampton, Queensland. 



302 BISHOPS OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNIOK. [1898. 

Rap«rt's Land.— (Founded 1849 : 1st Bp., D. Anderson.) The Most Rtfr. R. Maohbat, D.D., 

LL.D. 1865. Archbishop of Rupert's Land and Pnmate of all Canada. (Sd Bp., Ist 

Abp.) Residence, Bishop* s Court, Manitoba, Canada. 
S(. Helena.— (Formed from the Diocese of Cape Town, 1869 ; 1st Bp., P. C. Clanghton.) Rt. 

Rev. Thomas Bablb Wblby,D.D. 1862. (3d Bp.) Residence, Red Hill, St. Helena, 
St. John's. Kafl>arla.— (Founded 1878 ; 1st Bp., H. Callaway.) Rt. Rev. Bransbt L. Ebt, 

D.D. 1887. Cons. Coad. Bp. of St. John's, Kaff., 1888. (ad Bp.) Residence, Umiata, 

King Williamstown, 8. Africa. 
Saekatcheivan.— (Set off from the Diocese of Rupert's Land, 1874 ; 1st Bp., J. McLean.) 

Rt. Rev. W. Cyprian Pinkhax, D.D. 1887. (2d Bp.) JResidence, Calgary, AlbcrU, 

Northwest Territory, Canada. 
Selkirk.— (Separated from Maclcenzie River, 1890.) Rt. Rev. Whjjax Cabpbntbr Bomfas, 

D.D. 1891. Cohb. Bp. of Athabasca, 1874; trans, to Mackenzie River, 1884 ; trans., 1891. 

(2d Bp.) Residence, Buxton Mission, Upper Yukon, Canada. 
Sierra I-eone.— (Founded 1850 ; 1st Bp., O. E. Vidal.) Rt. Rev. John Taylor Swth, D.D. 

1897. (7tn Bp.) Residence, Freetown, Sierra Leone, West Africa. 
Singapore, liabuan. and Sarawak.— (Founded 1865 ; 1st Bp., F. T. McDongall.) Rt. 

Rev. Qrorob Frbdbbick Hose, D.D. 1881. (3d Bp.) Residences, Sarawak, Borneo, 

and Singapore. 
Sydney. —(Formed from the Diocese of Australia, 1847; Metropolitan See, 1884 ; Archbishopric, 

1897 ; 1st Bp., W. G. Broughton.) The Most Rev. William Sattmarsz Smith, D.D. 

1890. (4th Bp., 2d Mtrp., Ist Abp.) Archbishop of Sydney and Metropolitan. Resi- 
dence, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Tasmania.— (Formed from the Diocese of Australia, 1842 ; Ist Bp., F. R. Nixon.) Rt. Rev. 

H. H. Montgombry, 1).D. 1889. (4th Bp^^ Residence, Hobart, Tasmania. 
Toronto.— (Formed from the Diocese of Quebec, 1839 ; Ist Bp., J. Strachan.) Rt. Rev. Arthcb 

SwBATMAN, D.D., D.C.L. 1879. (8d Bp.) Residence, Toronto, Canada. 
Trinidad.— (Formed from the Diocese of Barbados, 1872 ; Ipt Bp., R. Rawle.) Rt. Rev. J. T. 

Haybs, D.D. 1889. (2d Bp.) Residence, Port of Spain, Trinidad. 
Victoria.— (Hong-Kong. Founded 1849 ; 1st Bp., O. Smith.) Rt. Rev. 

( Bp. Residence, Victoria, Hong-Kong, South China. 

Uralapn.— (Formed from the Diocese of New Zealand, 1859 ; 1st Bp., W. Williams.) Rt. Rev. 

W. L. Williams, D.D. 1895. (8d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's Court, Napier, New 

Zealand. 
Welllnston.— (Formed from the Diocese of New Zealand, 1858 ; Ist Bp., C. J. Abraham.) 

Rt. Rev. Frbdbric Wallis, D.D. 1896. (8d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's House, Well- 
ington, New Zealand. 

v.— MISSIONARY BISHOPS OF THE CHURCH OF 
ENGLAND IN FOREIGN PARTS. 

Corea.— (Founded 1889.) Rt. Rev. Charles John Corfe, D.D. 1889. (1st Bp.) Residence, 

Chemualp'ho. Corea. 
Eastern Rquatorlal Africa.- (Founded 1884; 1st Bp., J. Hannington.) Rt. Rev. Alfred 

RoBBRT Tucker, D.D. 1890. (3d Bp.) Residence, Mombasa, East Africa. 
Hokkaido.— (Founded 1896.) Rt. Rev. Philip Krmball Fyson, D.D. 1896. (1st Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Hokkaido, Japan. 
Ho nolnl a. —(Founded 1861 ; Ist Bp., T. N. Staley.) Rt. Rev. Alprkd Wilus, D.D. 1873. 

(3d Bp.) Residence, Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Klu Sl&ln.— (Founded 1894.) Rt. Rev. H. Evinqton, D.D. 1894. (1st Bp.) Residence, Kin 

Shiu, South Japan. 
Lebombo.— (Founded 1891.) Rt. Rev. William Edward Smtth. 1893. (1st Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Lorenzo Marquez, Delagoa Bay. 
Ijlkoma.— (Pounded 1893 ; l>«t Bp., W. B. Hornby.) Rt. Rev. Joon Edward Hinb, M.D. 

1896. (3d Bp.) Residence, Likoma, Nyassaland. 
Madagascar.— (Founded 1874.) Rt. Rev. ( Bp.) Residence, 

Antananarivo, Madagascar. 
jYIasbonaland.- (Founded 1891 : Ist Bp., G. W. H. Knight-Bruce.) Rt. Rev. William R. 

Thomas Gaul. 1895. {,2d Bp.) Residence, Fort Salisbury, Mashonaland, South 

Africa. 
IWelaneiila. —(Pounded 1861 ; Ist Bp., J. C. Patteson.) Rt. Rev. Cecil Wilson, D.D. 1894. 

(3d Bp.) Residence, Norfolk Jpland. 
]»Ild-CUlna.—( Founded 18?2 ; Ist Bp., W. A. Russell.) Rt. Rev. Gborgb Evans Moulb, D.D. 

1880. Postal address. Local Post, Shanghai, China. 
New^ Guinea.— (Pounded 1897.) Rt. Rev. Montague John Stonb Wio«, D.D. 1897. (Ist 

Bp.) Residence, . 

Nortit China.— (Founded 1873; Ist Bp., W. A. Russell.) Rt. Rev. Charles Pbrbt Scott, 

D.D. 1880. Residence, Pekin, China. 
Osaka.— (Founded 1895.) Rt. Rev. . (Ist Bp.) Residence, Osaka, 

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8oatlt Tokyo,— (Fonnded 1888; Ist Bp., A. W. Poole.) Rt. Rev. Wiluaji A^tirt, D.D. 

Cone. Bp. Snifragan of Southampton, 1895 ; trann. Bp. of Osaka, 1896, aod South 

Tokyo, 1897. (8a Bp.) Residence, Tokyo, Japan. 
TInevelly and ITIadoura.— (Founded —.) Rt. Rev. Sajhtkl Morlbt. 1896. (1st Bp.) 

Keaidence, Palameotta. 
TraTaiicor« and Cocbln.— (Founded 1879 : lit Bp., J. M. Speechly.) Rt. Rev. Edward 

NoBL HoDGKs, D.D. 1890. (2d Bp.) Residence, Cottayam, Travancore, South India. 
JUTemteru China.- (Founded 1885.) .Rt. Rev. William Wuabton Cassells, D.D. 1895. 

(l8t Bp.) Residence, Chung King, China. 
l¥estern Equatorial A rrlea.— (Founded 1864 ; Ist Bp., S. A. Crowther.) Rt. Rev. Her- 

BSRT TUGWBLL, D.D. 1894. (8d Bp.) Residence, Lagos, Wect Africa. 

Assistmnt Bi$hopt.—BX. Rev. Isaac Oluwolk, D.D., 1898 ; Rt. Rev. Charles 

Phillips, D.D., 1898.' 
Zanzibar.— (Founded 1861 ; 1st Bp., C. F. Mackenzie.) The Rt. Rev. William Moorb Rich- 
ardson, D.D. 1895. (5th Bp.) Residence, Zanzibar. 
Zololand.— (Founded 1870; 1st Bp., T. £. Wilkinson.) Rt. Rev. William Marlborough 

Carter, D.D. 1891. (8d Bp.) Residence, Eshowe, Zulnland, South Africa. 



Jerosalem and tlte Bast.— (Founded 1841 ; Ist Bp., M. S. Alexander.) Rt. Rev. G. F. 
Popham Blyth, D.D. 1887. (4th Bp.) Residence, Jerusalem. 

BISHOPS WHO HAVE RESIGNED THEIR SEES. 

Rt. Rev. B. Hobhousb, late Bishop of Nelson. 1858 Resigned 1864 

Rt. Rev. E. Twblls, late Bishop of Orange River. 1863 " 1869 

Rt. Rev. E. H. Bbcklbs, late Bishop of Sierra Leone. 1860 " 1870 

Rt. Rev. C.J. Abraham, late Bishop of Wellington. 1868 *' 1870 

Rt. Rev. T. N. St ALEY, late Bishop of Honolulu. 1861 " 1870 

Rt. Rev. H. L. Jbnnbr, late Bishop of Dnnedin. 1866 '* 1871 

Rt. Rev. C. R, Alpord, late Bishop of Victoria. 1867 " 1872 

Rt. Rev. R. CouRTENAT, late Bishop of Jamaica. 1856 *' 1879 

Rt. Rev. W. G. TozER, late Bishop of Jamaica. 1863 " 1880 

Rt. Rev. J. Mitchinson, late Bishop of Barbados. 1878 " 1881 

Now Asst. Bp. of Peterborough. 

Rt. Rev. C. H. Bromby. late Bishop of Tasmania. 1864 *' 1882 

Now Asst. Bp. of Bath and Wells. 

Rt. Rev. H. Cheetham, fate Bishop of Sierra Leone. 1870 " 1888 

Rt. Rev. I. Hkllmuth, late Bishop of Huron. 1871 " 1883 

Rt. Rev. 8. E. Marsden, late Bishop of Bathnrst. 1869 '• 1885 

Rt. Rev. F. A. R. Cramer-Roberts, late Bishop of Nassau. 1878 *' 1885 

Now Asst. Bp. of Manchester. 

Rt Rev. D. F. Sawdford, late Bishop of Tasmania. 1888 " 1889 

Now Asst. Bp. of Durham. 

Rt. Rev. A. Barry, late Bishop of Sydney, 1884 " 1889 

Rt. Rev. J. M. Speechlt, late Bishop of Travancore and Cochin. 1879 '* 1889 

Rt. Rev. P. S. Royston, late Bishop of Mauritius. 1872 •• 1890 

Rt. Rev. W. K. Macrorib, late Bishop of Maritzburg. 1869 " 1892 

Rt. Rev. J. R. Selwyn, late Bishop of Melanesia. 1877 " 1898 

Hon. and Rt. Rev. A. J. Anson, late Bishop of Qu'Appelle. 1884 " 1892 

Rt. Rev. B.C. Stuart, late Bishop of Waiapn. 1877 ... *' 1898 

Rt. Rev. W. B. Hornby, late Bishop of Nyassaland. 1898 " 1894 

Rt. Rev. R. C. Billing, late Bishop Suffragan of Bedford. 1888 '* 18W 

Rt. Rev. J. S. Burdon, late Bishop of Victoria. 1H74 " 1896 

Rt. Rev. R. K. Kestbll-Cornish, late Bishop of Madagascar. 1874 " 1896 

Rt. Rev. E. S. Sullivan, late Bishop of Algoma. 1888 " 1896 

Rt. Rev. E. G. Inoham, late Bishop of Sierra Leone. 1888 •* 1897 

Rt. Rev. A. B. Webb, late Bishop of Grahamstown. 1888 " 1897 

Now Asst. Bp. of Moray and Ross. 

Rt. Rev. Samuel Shone, late Bishop of Kilmore. 1884 ** 1897 

Rt. Rev. William Pakbnham Walsh, late Bishop of Osaory. 1878 ** 1897 

VI.— BISHOPS OF THE AMERICAN CHURCH. 

ConnecUcot.— (Founded 1788; Ist Bp., S. Seabury.) Rt. Rev. John Wiluams, D.D- 
1866. Presiding Bishop. Cons. Asst. Bp., 1861 ; Bp., 1865; Pres. Bp.. 1887. (4ih Bp.; 
9th Pres. Bp.) Residence, Middletown, Ct. 

Bishop Coa(ijutor.—B.t. Rev. Cuauncby Bunce Brewster, D.D. 1897. Resi- 
dence, Hartford, Ct. 
Alabama.— (Founded 1880; 1st Bp., N. H. Cobbs.) Rt. Rev. Richard Hooker Wilmbr, 
D.D. 1862. Cons. Bp., 1863. (9d Bp.) Residence, Spring Hill, Mobile Co., Ala. 

BUhon CoadjuUyr.^BX. Rev. Hsnbt Mblville Jackson, D.D. 1891. Residence, 
Bufaula, Ala. r^ ^^^\^ 

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304 BISHOPS OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION. [1898. 

Alaskm«— (Founded 1893.) Rt. Rev. Pxter Tbixblb Rowe, D.D. 1896. (iPt Bp.) Reeidence, 

Janeaa City, Alaska. 
Albany,— (Founded 1868.) Rt. Rev. William Cboswell Doane, D.D. 1869. (let Bp.> 

Residence, 29 Elk St, Albany, N. Y. 
Arizona,— (Founded 1893. as separate from New Mexico and Arizona ; Ist Bp. of New Mexico 

and Arizona, William Forbes Adams.) Rt. Rev. John Mills KEin>BicK, D.D. 1898. 

Conn. Bp. of New Mexico and Arizona, 1869 ; Bp. of Arizona, 1892. (Ist Mise. Bp.) 

Residence, Phoenix, Ariz. 
Arkan«a«. -(Founded 1871; Ist Bp., L. Polk.) Rt. Rev. Hbnrt Nilbs Pibroe, D.D. 

1870. (4th Bp.) Residence, 1700 Center St., Little Rock, Ark. 
AslieTllle.— (Foundea 1895.) Rt. Rev. the Bishop of North Carolina in charge. 
California.— (Founded 1850; 1st Bp., W. I. Kip.) Rt. Rev. Williv* Ford Nichols, D.D. 

1898. Cons. Asst. Bp., 1890 ; Bp., 1893. (2d Bp.) • Residence. San Mateo, Cal. 
Central Nevr York.— (Fonnded 1868.) Rt. Rev. Frederic Dam Huntinoton, D.D. 1869. 

(l8t Bp.) Residence, 210 Walnut Place, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Central Pennsylvania.— (Fonnded 1871. 1st Bp., M. A. DeW. Howe. 1871.) Rt. Rev. 

Bthblbbrt Talbot, D.D. Bishop. Cons. Miss. Bp. of Wyoming and Idaho, 1887. 

(8d Bp.) Residence, South Bethlehem, Pa. 
Chlcag:o.--(Founded 1835 ; Ist Bp., P. Chaf«e.) Rt. Rev. William Edward McLaren, D.D., 

1876. Primus of Province of Illinois. (3dBp.) Residence, 64 Astor St.. Chicago. 
Colorado.— (Founded 1887 ; Mies. Jur., 1866 ; 1st Miss. Bp., G. M. Randal.) Rt. Rev. John 

Franklin Spalding, D.D. 1887. Cons. Miss. Bp., 1878 ; Bp. 1887. (Ist Bp.) Resi- 
dence, 2011 Lincoln Ave., Denver, Colo. 
Dallas.— (Founded 1896 ; Miss. Jur., 1874 ; 1st Miss. Bp., A. C. Garrett.) Rt. Rev. Alexander 

Charles Garrett, D.D. 1874. Cons. Miss. Bp., 1874 ; Bp., 1896. (Ist Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Dallas, Tex. 
Delairarc.— {Founded 1791: 1st Bp., A. Lee, 1841.) Rt. Rev. Leiobton Colxxax, DJ>. 

1888. (2d Bp.) Residence, Wilmington, Del. 
Dolotlt.— (Founded 1895.) Rt. Rev. James Dow Morrison, D.D., 1897. (Ist Miss. Bp.) Resi- 
dence, 428 East Second St., Duluth, Minn. 
East Carolina.— (Founded 1888.) Rt. Rev. Alfred Auoustih Watson, D.D. 1884. (Ist 

Bp.) Residence, Wilmington, N. C. 
Kaston.— (Founded 1868 ; 1st Bp., H. C. Lay.) Rt. Rev. William Forbes Adams, D.D. 1875. 

Con*«. Miss. Bp. of New Mexico and Arizona, 1875 ; Res., 1877 ; Bp., 1887. (8d Bp.) Resi- 
dence, Boston, Md. 
Florida,— (Founded 1838 ; Ist Bp., F. H. RnOedgeJ. Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardnbr Weed, D.D. 

1886. (3d Bp.) Residence, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Fond dn Lac— (Founded 1875 ; 1st Bp., J. H. H. Browne.) Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman 

Grapton, D.D. 1889. (2d Bp.) Residence, Fond du Lac, Wis. 
GeoP|fl«.-(,Founded 1823 ; 1st Bp., S. Elliott.) Rt. Rev. Cleland Kinlogh Nelson, D.D. 189S. 

(3d Bp.) Residence, 28ForeBt Ave., AtlanU, Ga. 
Idaho. — (Founded 1895, as ceparate from Wyoming and Idaho.) Rt. Rev. ^— 

(2d Miss. Bp.) Residence, Laramie, Wyo. 
Indiana.— (Founded 1838 ; 1st Miss. Bp.. J. Kemper, 1886 : Ist Bp., G. Upfold.) Rt. Rer. Johm 

Hazen White, D.D. 1895. (4th Bp.) Residence, 1501 Central Ave., Indianapolis, 
loira.— (Founded 1854 : iPt Bp., H. W. Lee.) Rt. Rev. William Stevens Perbt, D.D. 1876. 

{2d Bp.) Residence, Bishop's House, Davenport, la. 
Kansas.— (Founded 1859 ; l8t Bp., T. H. Vail.) Rt. Rev. Frank Rosebrook Millspauoh, 

D.D. 1896. (HA Bp.) Repidence, TopekaKan. 
Kentucky.— (Founded 1829 ; Ist Bp.. B. B. Smith.) Rt. Rev. Thomas Underwood Dudlet. 

D.D. 1875. (2dBp.) Residence. 716 Third Ave., LonisvlUe, Ky; 
liexlnffton.— (Founded 1895.) Rt. Rev. Lewis William Burton, D.D. 1896. (Ist Bp.) 

Residence, Lexington, Ky. 
lion^i: Island.— (Founded 1868.) Rt. Rev. Abram Newkirk Littlejohn, DJ). 1889. (Irt 

Bp.) Residence, Garden City. N. Y. 
liOs Angeles.— (Founded 1895.) Rt. Rev. Joseph Horsfall Johnson, D.D. 1896. (Ist Bp ) 

Residence, Los Angeles, Cal. 
Louisiana.— (Founded 1H38 ; l8t Bp., L. Polk.) Rt. Rev. Davis Sessumb, D.D. 1892. Cons. 

Asst. Bp., 1891 ; Bp., 1892. (4th Bp.) Residence,' 8919 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 
malnc.— (Founded 18i0 ; 1st Bp., G. Burgess.) Rt. Rev. Henry Adams Neelt, D.D. 18C7. 

(2d Bp.) Residence, 143 State St.. Portland, Me. 
Iflarquette.— (Founded 1895.) Rt. Rev. Gbrsuom Mott Williams, D.D. 1896. (Ist Bp.) 

Residence, Marquette, Mich. 
Maryland. —(Founded 1783; 1st Bp., T. J. Claggett.) Rt Rev. William Paret, D.D. (6th 

Bp.) Residence, 1110 Madison Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
iHassacbusetts. —(Founded 1784; Ist Bp.. E.Bass.) Rt. Rev. Willlam Lawrence, D.D. 

1893. (7th Bp.) Residence, 101 Brattle St., Cambridge, Mass. 
MlclUKan.— (Foundea 1835; Ut Bp., 8. A. McCoskry.) Rt. Rev. Thomas Frederick Datibs, 

D.D. 1889. (3d Bp.) Residence. 665 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich, 
miligraukee.— (Founded 1847; 1st Bp., J. Kemper.) Rt. Rev. Isaac Lea Nicholson, D.D. 

1891. (5th Bp.) Residence, B!8hqp''s House, 619 Jefferson St., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Minnesota.- (Founded 1857.) Rt. Rev. Henry Benjamin Whipple, D.D. 18B0. (Ist Bp.) 

Residence, Faribault, Minn. 

Bishop Coadjutor.— ^t. Rev. Mahlon Norris Gilbbrt, D.IX 1886. Roddence, 

816 Summit Court, St. Paul. Mbm. _ _^^^ ^^ GoOgk 



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misslMlppl.— (Fonnded 1827 ; Irt Bp., W. M. Green.) Rt Rev. Hugh Mu^leh Thompson, 

D.D. 1888. (2dBp.) Residence, BatUe Hill, JackM>n, MiM. 
l?II»»oori. -(Founded 1840; Ist Bjp., C. S. Hawka.) Rt. Rev. Danibl Stlvbster Tuttli, 

D.D. 188tt. Cons. Miss. Bp. of Montona, Idaho, and Utah, 1887 ; trans., 1886. (3d Bp.) 

Residence. 2727 Chesi-nut St., St. Lonls. 
IHontana.— {Founded 1880.) Ri. Rev. Lsiou RiOHMolltD Breweb, D.D. 1880. (Ist Miss. Bp.) 

Residence, Helena, Mont. 
Nebraska,— (Founded 1868 ; Ist Bp., R. H. aarkson.) Rt. Rev. Oborob Wohthinoton, D.D. 

1886. (2d Bp.) Residence, Bii^hopthorpe, Omaha, I^eb. 

Nevada and IJ tab. —(Founded 1888 ; 1st Bp. of Nevada, O. W. Whittaker ; 1st Bp. of Utah, 

D. S. Tuttle ; united, 1888.) Rt. Rev. Abibl Leonard, D.D. 1888. (1st Miss. Bp.) 

Residence, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Neir Hampsblre.— (Founded 1802; Ist Bp., C. Chase.) Rt. Rev. Wiixiam Woodrufi* 

NiuBs, D.D. 1870. (2d Bp.) Residence, Concord, N. H. 
Netv Jersey.— (Founded 1785 : 1st Bp., J. Croes.) Rt. Rev. John Scarbobouoh, D.D. 1875. 

(4th Bp.) Residence, Trenton, N. J. 
Netv niexlco.- (Founded 1892, as separate from New Mexico and Arizona; IstBp. of New 

Mexico and Arizona, W. F. Adams.) Rt. Rev. John Mills Kendrick, D.D. 1892. 

Cons. Bp. of New Mexico and Arizona, 1889 ; Bp. of New Mexico, 1892. (Ist Bp.) 

Residence, Phoenix, Ariz. 
NeiiT York,— (Founded 1785 ; 1st Bp., 8. Provost.) Rt. Rev. Henrt Codman Potter, D.D. 

1887. Cons. Asst. Bp., 1883 ; Bp., 1887. (6th Bp.) Residence, 10 Washington Square 
North, New York. 

Neirark.— (Founded 1874 : Ist Bp., W. H. Odenhelmer.) Rt. Rev. Thomas Altrbd Starkbt, 

D.D. 1880. (2d Bp.) Residence, East Orange, N. J. 
Nortb Carolina.— (Founded 181? ; 1st Bp., J. S. Ravenscroft.) Rt. Rev. Joseph Blount 

Cheshire, Jr., D.D. 1894. Cons. Asst. Bp., 189» ; Bp., 1894. (5th Bp.) Residence, 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Nortb Dakota.— (Founded 1888.) Under the charge of the Bishop of Duluth. Residence, 

Duluth, Minn. 
Nortbern California.- (Founded 1874.) Rt. Rev. John Hbnrt DucArHBT WmoriBLD, 

D.D. 1874. Cons. Bp., 1874. (Ist Miss. Bp.) Residence, Benicia, Cal. 
Oblo,— (Founded 1818; IstBp., P.Chase.) Rt. Rev. William Andrew Leonard, D.D. 1889. 

(4th Bp.) Jlesldence, 840 Euclid .\ve., Cleveland. O. 
Oklaboma and Indian Territory.— (Founded 1692 as Oklahoma, to which Indian Ter- 
ritory added 1895.) Rt. Rev. Francis Key Brooks, D.D. 1893. Cons. Bp. of Okla- 
homa, 1893. (Ist Miss. Bp.) Residence, Guthrie, Ok. 
Olympla.— (Founded 1892 ; 1st Bp., J. A. Paddock.) Rt. Rev. William Morris Barker. D.D. 

1894. Cons. Bp. of Western Colorado, 1898 ; trans., 1894. Residence, Bishop's Home, 

Tacoma, Wash. 
Oregon.— (Founded 1889 ; 1st Bp., T. F. Scott.) Rt Rev. Benjamin Wistar Morris, D.D. 1868. 

(2d Bp.) Residence, Portland, Ore. 
Penn»3rlvanla.— (Founded 17W ; 1st Bp., W. White.) Rt. Rev. Ozi William Whittaker, 

D.D. 1887. Cons. Miss. Bp. of Nevada, 1869 ; As^t. Bp. Pennsylvania, 1886 ; Bp., 1887. 

(5th Bp.) Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pltt»burgb.— (Founded 1865; 1st Bp.. J. B. Kerfoot.) Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, 

D.D. 1882. (2d Bp.) Residence, Shady Side, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Qwlncjr.- (Founded 1877.) Rt. Rev. Alexander Bitrobss, D.D. 1878. (1st Bp.) Residence, 

Peoria, 111. 
Rbode Inland.— (Founded 1790 : 1st Bp.. J. P. K. Henshaw.) Rt. Rev. Thomas March 

Clark, D.D. 1854. (2d Bp.) Residence, Providence, R. I. 

BUhop Coadjutor etfci .—Ki, Rev. William Neilson McVickar, D.D. 
Sontb Carolina.— (Founded 1785 : 1st Bp., R Smith.) Rt. Rev. Ellison Capers, D.D. 1894. 

Cons. Asst. Bp., 1893 ; Bp., 1894. (7th Bp.) Residence, Columbia, S. C. 
Soutb Dakota.— (Founded 1873) Rt. Rev. William Hobart Hare, D.D. 1873. (Ist Miss. 

Bp.) Residence. Sioux Falls. S. D. 
Sootbern Florida.— (Founded 1892.) Rt. Rev. William Crane Grat, D.D. 1892 (Ist 

Miss. Bp.) Residence, Orlando, Fla. 
Soutbern Oblo.— (Founded 1875.) Rt. Rev. Thomas ArcrsTrs Jaggar, D.D. 1875. Resi- 
dence. Cincinnati, O. 

BUhop Chofljutor.—'Rt. Rev. Boyd Vincent, D.D. 1889. Residence, Avondalo, 

Cincinnati, O. 
Soutbern Vlrslnla.— (Founded 1892.) Rt. Rev. Alfred Maoill Randolph, D.D. Cons. 

Asst. Bp. of Virginia, 1888; Bp. of Southern Virpinla, 1892. (1st Bp.) Residence, 

Nov. 1 to June 1, Norfolk, Va.; June 1 to Nov. 1, Casanova, Fauquier Co., Va. 
Spokane.— (Founded 1892.) Rt. Rev. Lemukl Henry Wells, D.D. 1892. (1st Miss. Bp.) 

Residence, Spokane, Wash. 
Sprinaflleld.— (Founded 18770 Rt. Rev. George Franklin Seymour, D.D. 1878. (IstBp.) 

Residence, Bishop's House, Springfield, 111. 

BUhop Coadfiitor.^lM. Rev. Charles Reuben Hale, D.D., Bishop of Cairo, 

1892. Residence, Cairo, 111. 
Tennessee.— (Founded 1828: 1st Bp., J. H. Otey.) Rt. Rev. Charles Todd Qontard, D.D. 

1865. (2d Bp.) Residence, Sewanee, Tenn. 

BUhcp Qxn^futor.—RU Rev. Thomas Prank Oailor, D.D. 1898> Residence, 

Memphis, Tenn. Digitized by L^OOglC 



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Texas.— (Pounded 1849 ; let Bp., A Gregg.) Rt ReT. IQkorgb Hbbbbbt Einsoltinq, D.D. 

1892. {2d Bp.) Residence, Aastm, Texas. 
The Platte.— (Pounded 1889.) Rt. Rev. Anson Roobrs Grayes, D.D. 1890. (Ist Miss. Bp.) 

Resideuce, Kearney, Neb. 
Vermont.— (Pounded 1790 ; let Bp., J. H. Hopkins.) Rt. Rev. Arthur Crawshat Aluston 

Hall, D.D. 1894. (8d Bp.) Residence, Burlington, Vt. 
Vlriflnla.— (Pounded 1786 ; Ist Bp., J. Madison.) Rt. Rev. Francis McNebcb Whittlr, 

D.D. 1876. Cons. Asst. Bp., 1868 ; Bp., 1876. (5th Bp.) Residence, Richmond, Va. 
Bisfwp CoadJut4>r.—Rl. Rev. Robert Atkinson Gibson, D.D. 1897. Resi- 
dence, Richmond. Va. 
UTasltlnston.— (Pounded 1806.) Rt. Rev. Hbkrt Yatbs Sattbrlbb, D.D. 1896. (1st Bp.) 

Residence, 1407 Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, D. C. 
West miMonrl.— (Founded 1R90.) Rt. Rey. Edward Robert Atwill, D.D. 1890. (Ist Bp.) 

Residence, 1709 Bast Thirty-second St., Kansas City, Mo. 
West Tlrij:lula.— {Founded 1877.) Rt. Rev. Gborgb William Peterkin, D.D., 1878. 

(Ist Bp.) Residence, Parkersbnrg, W. Va. 
Western Colorado.— (Founded 1892 : 1st Bp., W. M. Barker.) Rt. Rev. the Bishop of 

Nevada and Utah in charge. Residence, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Western MIcblsan.— (Founded 1874.) Rt. Rev. Gborgb de Norxandie Gillespie, D.D. 

1875.. (Ist Bp.) Residence, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
W^estern Neir York.— (Founded 1888 ; 1st Bp., W. H. De Lancev.) Rt. Rev. William 

David Walker, D.D. 1896. Cons. Miss. Bp. of North Dakota, 1888 ; trans., 1896. 

(8d Bp.) Residence, The See House, 314 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Western Texas.— (Pounded 1888 ; 1st Bp., R. W. B. Elliott.) Rt. Rev. James Steptoe Johk- 

STON, D.D. 1888. (2d Miss. Bp.) Residence, San Antonio, Tex. 
W^jromlnip.— (Founded 1895, as separate from Wyoming and Idaho.) Rt. Rev. ; 

. (Miss. Bp.) Residence, Laramie, Wyo. 

VII.— MISSIONAKY BISHOPS OF THE AMERICAN CHUBCH 
IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 

Cape Palmas and Parts Adjacent.— (Founded 1836.) Rt. Rev. Samuel David Pebou- 

BON, D.D. 1885. Residence, Harper, Cape Palmas, Liberia. 
Halt!.— (Pounded 18-.) Rt. Rev. James Theodore Holly, D.D. 1874. Residence, Port an 

Prince, Haiti. 
Sliangltal.— (Founded 1844.) Rt. Rev. Frederick Rogers Grates, D.D. 1898. (5th Bp.) 

Residence, Hankow, CJhina. 
Tokyo.— (Founded 1886.) Rt. Rev. JonN McKim, D.D. 1893. (8d Bp.> Residence, Tokyo, 

Japan. 

AMERICAN BISHOPS WHO HAVE RESIGNED THEIR SEES. 

Rt. Rev. C. C. Penick, late Bishop of Cape Palma?. Africa. 1877 Resiened 1888 

Rt. Rev. S. I. J. ScHEREscHEWsKT, late Bishop of Shanghai, China. 1877 *^ 1888 

Rt. Rev. C. M. WiLUAMS, late Bishop of Tokyo, Japan. 1866 " 1889 

DEATHS IN THE EPISCOPATE. 

William Basil Jones, D.D., 71st Bishop of St. David's. Died . 

George Wyndham Hamilton Knioht-Bruce, D.D., First Bishop of Mashonaland. Died . 

Edward Wyndham Tufpnell, D.D.. First Bishop of Brisbane. Di