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BAPTIST ALMANAC 



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ANNUAL REGISTER, 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 



1850. 




FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, NEW YORK. 



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THOMAS S. MALCOM, EDITOR. 

565849. 

PHILADELPHIA:*^" ^'^ ^^ 
'AMERICAN BAPTIST PUBLICATION SOCIETY. 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Jobn Banyan. The celebrated author of the Pilgrim's Progress was born In 1628, at Eletow, 
a small village near Bedford, in England, His father was a tinker, and brought up his son to the 
same business. He was baptized in 1655, at the age of twenty-seven years, and within a year 
was set apart by fasting and prayer to the ministerial office. On the 12th of November, 1660, he 
was convicted of the offence of not conforming to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of Eng- 
land, and committed, with sixty others, to the county jail. He remained in Bedford jail more 
than 12 years, and was released in 1672. He learned to make tagged thread laces, and by this em- 
ployment provided for his family. In the midst of all his trials, he wrote the Pilgrim's Progress. 
He died in a triumphant manner, August 31, 1668, aged sixty years. 

The prison was pulled down in 1765 ; the view was taken in 1761. The first edition of the Pil- 
grim's Progress was published in 1678. In 1684 Bunyan published the second part of his Pilgrim's 
Progress. More than one hundred thousand copies of the Pilgrim's Progress were published during 
the author's life. There were also translations made into French, Flemish, Dutch, Welsh, Gaelic, 
and Irish. It has also been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Danish, Latin, German, 
Hebrew, Esthonian, Armenian, Burmese, Singhalese, Oriya, Hindustanee, Bengalee, Tamil, 
Marathi, Canarese, Gujaratti, Malay, Arabic, Samoan, Tahitian. Sichuana, Malagasy, New Zea- 
land. The London Religious Tract Society has aided to print the Pilgrim's Progress in 23 lan- 
guages. It has been translated into 31 languages. 

How wonderful is the Providence of God. The enemies of religion rejoiced in the imprisonment 
of Bunyan, but while thus debarred from preaching the gospel he wrote the book which makes 
known the glad tidings of salvation— the way of escape from the city of Destruction— the pil- 
grim's path to heaven, to millions of every clime. 

Qovernment of tUe Cnlted States. Zachary Taylor, of La., President till March 3, 1852. 

Millard Fillmore, of N. y„ Ki'ce President. John M. Clayton, of Del, Sec. o/ Sinte. William M. 

Meredith, of PpTin a^- "<■■"■- '^easury. George W. Crawford, of Geo., Sec. o/ War. William 

ivy. Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, Sec. of the Home Department. 

• General. ILeverdy Johnson, o{Md., Jittorney General. 

losed of two members from each State. The number of Sena- 
dent of the United States is President of the Senate. The 
iiposed of representatives from each state, in the ratio of one 
'he present number of members Is two hundred and thirty-one. 

PSES IN THE YEAR 1850. 

There will be two eclipses this year, and both of the Sun. 

1. Tuesday. February 12. Sun eclipsed at the time of New Moon In the morning, invisible in 
the United States. . . . 

2. Wednesday, August 7. Sun eclipsed at the time of New Moon in the afternoon, visible in 
the South-western part of the United States, and the Western territories. 

Clironologlcal Cycles. Dominical Letter, F. Golden Number or Lunar Cycle, 8 j Epact, 
17; Solar Cycle, 11 ; Roman Indiction, 8; Julian Period, 6563; Jewish Year, 5611. 

Morntns and Kvenlng Stars. Venus will be Morning Star until March 2, then Even- 
ivg Star until December 16, then Morning Star until September 30, 1851. Jopiteb will be Morn- 
ing Star until March 8, then Evening Star until Sept. 26, then Morning Star until April 8, 1851. 

Note to the Reader. — The Calendar pages in this Almanac are adapted for use in every 
part of the Unite* States. It is based on the fact, that, in the same latitude, that is, on a line 
running due east and west, the sun and moon rise and set at the same moment by the clock or alma- 
nac, not only throughout the United States, but around the world — the variations being so small 
as to be of no importance for ordinary purposes. The changes, fulls -and quarters of the Moon 
are governed by another principle, and are essentially the same for all places on the same longi- 
tude, that is, on any line extending due north and south. 



Equinoxes and Solstices, i 

Vernal Equinox . . March .... 

Sutnmer Solstice . June 

Autumnal Equinox September . . 
Winter Solstice . . December . . 


BOSTON. 


PHILADEU'HIA 


CINCINNATI. 


D H M 

20 6 19 ev. 

21 3 16 ev. 
23 5 16 m. 
21 10 54 ev. 


D H M 

20 5 62 ev. 

21 2 49 ev. 
23 4 49 m. 
21 10 27 ev. 


D H M 

20 5 25 ev. 

21 2 22 ev. 
23 4 22 m. 
21 10 Oev. 



TABLE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM. 





Diameter in 


Revolution 


Distance from 




Diameter in 


Revolution 


Distance from 


Namn. 


Enclith Mile. 


round tlie Sun 


the Sun. 


Names. 


English Miles 


round the Sun. 


the Sun. 


The Sun, 


883,246 


DAYS. 




JuNO, 


1,425 


DAYS. 


253,598,700 


Mercury, 


3,224 


88 


37,000,000 


Ceres, 


160 


1,684 


263,236,450 


Venus, 


7,687 


224 


68,000,000 


Pallas, 


110 


1,686 


265,000,000 


The Earth, 


7.912 


365 


95,000,000 


Jupiter, 


89,170 


4,332 


490,000,000 


The Moon, 


2,180 


365 


95,000,000 


Saturn, 


79,042 


10,759 


900,000,000 


Mars, 


4,189 


686 . 


144,000,000 


Uranus, 


35,112 


30,686 


1,800,000,000 


Vesta. 


238 


i;325 • 


224,340,600 


Neptune, 


35,000 


60.128 


2.850,000,000 



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Third Quarter, 6 
New Moon, 13 
First Quarter, 21 
Full Moon, 27 



JA1VV4RT, 1850. 



31 days. 



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H. M. 

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6 35 mo. 

4 56 mo. 
8 7 ev. 



N. York. 



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3 41 mo. 

6 23 mo. 

4 44 mo 

7 55 ev. 



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3 36 mo. 

6 18 mo. 

4 39 mo. 

7 50 ev. 



Baltimore. 



H. M. 

3 30 mo. 

6 12 7710. 

4 33 mo. 

7 44 ev. 



C/uirUston. 



H. 31. 

3 17 mo. 
5 59 mo. 

4 20 mo. 
7 31 ev. 



Sun on Meridian. 



3. 3 57 

7 30 

10 29 

12 42 



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First Quarter, 20 
Full Moon, 27 



MARCH, 1S50. 



31 days. 



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MOON'S PHASES. 

Third Quarter, 4 
New Moon, 12 
First Quarter, 19 
Full Moon, 26 



APRIL., 1S50. 



Boston. 


N. York. 


PhilaoCa. 


Baltimore. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


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10 43 7710. 


10 37 7710. 


8 3 7710. 


7 51 7710. 


7 46 7710. 


7 40 7710. 


5 23 mo. 


5 11 mo. 


5 6 7710. 


5 7710. 


6 36 mo. 


6 24 77JO. 


6 19 7710. 


6 13 7710. 



CharUstvn. 



H. M. 

10 24 7710. 

7 27 7710. 

4 47 7710. 

6 7710. 



30 days. 
Sun on Meridian. 



H. SI. s. 
3 55 
1 35 
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11 57 51 



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MOON'S PHASES. 

D 

Third Quarter, 4 
New Moon, 11 
First Quarter, 18 
Full Moon, 25 



MAT, 1850. 



31 days. 



Boston. 


JV. Tork. 


FhOaaa. 


BcUimore. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


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5 50 mo. 


5 45 mo. 


5 39 mo. 


6 25 ev. 


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10 51 mo. 


10 45 mo. 


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7 12 ev. 


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7 1 et. 



Cfiarleston. 



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5 26 mo, 

5 49 ev. 
10 32 mo. 

6 48 ev. 



San on Meridian. 


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17 

25 


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11 66 13 
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11 56 36 



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6th Month. 
MOON'S PHASES. 

D. 

Third Quarter, 2 
New Moon, 10 
First Quarter, 16 
Full Moon, 24 



JUnfE, 1S50. 



30 days. 



Boston. 



H. M. 

II 3 ev. 

2 36 mo. 
5 39 ev. 
9 26 mo. 



JV. rork. 



H. M. 

10 51 eo. 
2 24 wio. 
5 27 CD. 
9 17 mo. 



PhiiacCa. 



H. M. 

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2 19 mo. 
5 22 eu. 
9 9 mo. 



BaUimore. 



H. M. 

10 40 ev. 
2 1 3 mo 
5 16 e«. 
9 3 mo. 



Charleston. 


Sun on Meridian. 


H. M. 


D. 


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10 27 ev. 


1 


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2 mo. 


9 


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5 3 ei). 


17 


ev. 30 


8 50 mo. 


25 


2 13 



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MOON'S PHASES. 



JUL.Y, 1S50. 



31 days. 



Third Quarter, 2 
New Mouii, 9 
First Quarter, 16 
Full Moon, 24 
Third Quarter, 31 



Boston. 



il. M. 

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9 43 tno 
1 57 nw 
40 mo. 



N. Tori: 



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1 2ev. 
9 31 mo 
I 45 mo. 
28 mo. 



PhOacTa. 


Baltimore. 


Charlutnn. 


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H. M. 


H. M. 


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D. 


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8th Month. 
MOON'S PHASES. 



AUGUST, 1S50. 



31 days. 



Third Quarter, 
New Moon, 
First Quarter, 14 
Full Moon, 22 
Third Quarter, 30 



Boston. 


N. York. 


PhOad'a. 


Baltimore. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


33 mo. 


21 mo. 


16 mo. 


10 mo. 


4 49 ev. 


4 37 w. 


4 32 ev. 


4 26 ev. 


1 2ev. 


50 ev. 


45 ev. 


39 er. 


4 28 ev. 


4 16 ev. 


4 11 «). 


4 5 e». 


9 34 mo. 


9 22 mo. 


9 17 mo. 


9 1 1 mo. 



Charleston. 


Sun on Meridian. 


H. M. 


D. 

1 


H. JA. S. 

6 


4 13 e». 


9 


5 13 


26 ev. 


17 


3 50 


3 52 eo. 


25 


1 63 


8 58 mo. 







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9th Month. 
MOON'S PHASES. 



SE:PTE]»IBeR, 1!^50. 



30 days. 



New Moon, 
First Quarter, 
Full Moon, 



Third Quarter, 28 



Boston. 


N. York. 


FhOa^a. 


Baltimore. 


Charleston. 


Sun on 


Meridian. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


H. M. 


II. M. 


H. M. 


D. 


H. 


M. s. 


44 7no. 


32 mo. 


27 mo. 


21 mo. 


8 mo. 


1 


U 


59 5.) 


3 37 mo. 


3 25 mo. 


3 20 mo. 


3 14 mo. 


3 1 mo. 


9 


11 


67 13 


1 56 mo. 


7 44 mo. 


7 39 mo. 


7 33 mo. 


7 20 mo. 


17 


11 


54 26 


5 9 ev. 


4 57 ev. 


4 52 ec. 


4 46 ev. 


4 33 ». 


25 


11 


51 3S 



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10th Month. 
MOON'S PHASES. 

D. 

New Moon, 5 
First Quarter, 12 
Full Moon, 20 
Third Quarter, 28 



OCTOBER, l<!i50. 



Boston. 



H. M. 

10 12 jno. 

9 46 ev. 
10 27 ev. 

15 mo. 



iV. Tork. 



mo. 
34 ew. 
15 ev. 

3 mo. 



D. H. M. 

5 1 9 55 mo, 



9 29 ev. 

10 10 ev. 

11 58 ei>. 



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H. 


M. 


9 


49 7no. 


9 


23 ev. 


10 


4 ev. 


11 


52 e«. 



31 days. 
C arlesion. Sun ou Meri'an, 



H. M. 

9 36 mo. 

9 10 ev. 

9 51 eu. 
11 39 ev. 



D. 



H M S. 

11 49 39 

I I 47 19 

II 45 26 
II 44 11 



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11th Month. 
MOON'S PHASES 

D. 

New Moon, 3 
First Quarter, 11 
Full Moon, 19 
Third Quarter, 26 



SfOTEMBER, 1S50. 



30 days. 



Boston. 



H. H. 

9 56 ev. 

6 31 ev. 
11 51 mo. 

7 48 mo. 



N. York. 


Philad'a. 


H. H. 


H. 91. 


9 44 ev. 


9 39 ev. 


6 19 «J. 


6 14 er. 


1 1 39 mo. 


1 1 34 mo. 


7 36 mo. 


7 31 mo. 



Baltimore. 



H. M. 
9 33 ev. 

6 8 ev. 
1 1 2Si mo. 

7 25 mo. 



Charkston. 


Bun on 


Meridian. 


H. M. 


D. 


H. 


H. 1. 


9 20<?tj, 


1 


11 


43 44 


oo ev. 


9 


11 


44 1 


11 15 mo. 


17 


11 


45 11 


7 12 mo. 


25 


11 


47 14 



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ANNUAL REGISTER 

OP. 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATIONS 

IN THE 

UNITED STATES. 



The statistiAare arranged in nine columns, containing — 1. The Names of the Asso- 
ciations in each of the United States. 2. The Age of each Association. 3. The Number 
of Churches in each Association. 4. The Number of Ordained Ministers. 5. The Num- 
ber of Licentiates. 6. The number Baptized in one year- 7. Total Number of Members. 
8. The Dale of the Minutes from which the statistics have been taken. 9. Names and 
Post-offices of Clerks or Correspondents. Anti-Mission Baptists are not included. 



Associations. 


< 


Chs. 


Ms. 


Li 


Bapt. 


Total. 


Date. 


Correspondents and Post-Ofiices. 


Mntnt, 


















Bowdoinham, 


62 


24 


24 


2 


13 


1850 


1848 


William 0. Grant, Gardiner. 


Cumberland, 


37 


16 


12 


1 


18 


1703 


t< 


E. H. Gray, Bath. 


Dainariscotta, 


6 


18 


12 


2 


5 


1734 


« 


E. S. Shepard, Alna. 


Hancock, 


14 


31 


10 


1 





2075 


(• 


M. Byrne, Ellsworth. 


Kennebec, 


19 


25 


18 


2 


35 


1520 


« 


N. M. Wood, Bloomfield. 


Lincoln, 


44 


21 


12 


1 


14 


2135 


(t 


Edward Freeman, Camdeo. 


Oxford, 


20 


24 


17 


1 


18 


1509 


(t 


C. B. Davis, Paris. 


Penobscot, 


23 


30 


24 


8 


63 


1388 


(i 


E. Trask, Bangor. 


Piscataquis, 


10 


23 


17 


3 


8 


951 


i( 


L. Bradford, Monson. 


Saco River, 


7 


18 


10 


1 


10 


1091 


« 


N. M. Williams, Saco. 


Waldo, 


20 


22 


16 


. 


9 


1362 


i( 


Joseph Ricker, Belfast. 


Washington, 


14 


28 


16 


2 


31 


1614 


« 


Kendall Brooks, Jr., Eastport. 


Yoik, 


72 


15 


13 


1 


12 


1025 


« 


B. F. Hubbard, Sanford. 


Total, 13 


295 


201 


20 


236 


19957 


Loss 445. 




■■■ 




■^ 










Dublin, 


39 


16 


13 


1 


46 


1283 


1848 


C. M. Willard, Fiizwilliam. 


Meredith, 


59 


20 


12 


2 


1 


1463 


t( 


E. Dodge, New Hampton. 


Milford, 


21 


17 


15 


2 


22 


1714 


« 


1'homas 0. Lincoln, JVIanchestcr. 


Newport, 


20 


11 


7 


1 


14 


1229 


u 


T. G. Wright, Claremont. 


Portsmouth, 


20 


14 


13 


6 


30 


1500 


« 


William Norris, North wood. 


Salisbury, 


29 


15 


11 


1 


6 


1209 


l< 


King 8. Hall, Hopkinion. 


While Mountain 


6 


3 
96 


2 


1 





128 


t< 


A. Bedel, JeiTerson. 


Total, 7 
T^ermont. 

Addison County, 


73 


14 


119 


8526 


Loss 192. 


15 


11 


7 


1 


5 


614 


1848 


M. D. Miller. Addison. 


Barre, 


38 


16 


4 


1 


1 


510 


1847 


Silas Folief, Thetford. 


Danville, 


38 


13 


7 


1 


5 


618 


1848 


M. Merriam, Derby. 


Lamoille, 


2 


25 


18 


2 


52 


1615 


i< 


M. G. Hodge, Colchester. 


Shaftsbury, 


68 


6 


4 


. 


33 


728 


« 


J. A. Smith, Bennington. 


Vermont, 


63 


11 


6 


1 


19 


992 


« 


J. M. Rockwood, Rutland. 


Windham ,Co., 


13 


12 


10 


3 


6 


991 


u 


J. C. Foster, Brattleboro'. 


Woodstock, 


64 


18 
112 


15 


1 


16 


2024 


« 


A. Angier, Cavendish. 


Total, 8 


71 


10 


136 


8092 


Losa 408. 



16 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Associations. 


0) 

< 


Chs. 


Ms. 


Li. 


Bapt. 


Total. 


Date. 


Correspondents and Post-Offices. 


JBaggachusettSt 


















Barnstable, 


U 


17 


10 


4 


45 


1405 


1848 


A. Pollard, Hyannis. 


Berkshire, 


21 


18 


22 


2 


153 


1612 


« 


J. V. AmMer, Lanesborough. 


Boston, 


37 


51 


tea 


10 


196 


8771 


« 


Wm. H. Shailer, Brookline. 


Franklin County, 


18 


12 


10 


3 


46 


813 


« 


W. H. Parmly, Shelburne Fallij. 


Old Colony, 


26 


17 


16 


1 


33 


1398 


« 


E. Nelson, Central Middleboro'. 


Salem, 


21 


30 


32 5 


157 


5893 


« 


J. G. Richardson, Lawrence. 


Sturbridge, 


47 


11 


14 2 


35 


1148 


« 


Amory Gale, Ware. 


Taunton, 


13 


15 


14 


2 


97 


2063 


« 


E. K. Fuller, Somerset. 


Wachusett, 


6 


14 


18 


2 


35 


1380 


« 


E. Savage, Fitchburg. 


Wendell, 


24 


13 


10 


1 


12 


994 


« 


H. C. Combs, Shutesbury. 


Westfield, 


38 


19 


16 


3 


87 


1874 


« 


M. G. Clarke, Springfield. 


Worcester, 


29 


21 
238 


21 2 


49 


2525 


« 


J. F. Burbank, Worcester. 


Total, 12 
Rhode Island. 


246 


37 


945 


29876 


Gain 567. 


















Providence, 


5 


12 


14 


1 


16 


1435 


1848 


H. G. Steward, Cumberland Hill. 


Warren, 


81 


36 


41 


6 


91 


5718 


i( 


James N. Granger, Providence. 


Total, 2 




48 


55 


7 


107 


7153 




Gain 25. 


Connectteut, 














Ashford, 


25 


19 


20 


1 


121 


1957 


1849 


S. Barrows, Willington. 


Fairfield County, 


11 


12 


12 


1 


18 


1158 


1848 


Wm. Denison, Humphreysville. 


Hartford, 


59 


15 


16 


2 


141 


2346 


<( 


L. Lewis, Bristol. 


Litchfield, 


3 


8 


6 


2 


4 


486 


<> 


C. W. Watrous, Norfolk. 


New Haven, 


23 


15 


14 


2 


107 


2154 


« 


F. Ketcham, New Haven. 


New London, 


31 


26 


29 


3 


74 


4518 


« 


Charles Willett, New London. 


Stoning'n Union, 


77 


18 


17 


2 


65 


3297 


1849 


N. T. Allen, Groton Bank. 


Total, 7 




113 


114 


13 


530 


15916 




Gain 76. 


JVeu! "Work, 








Black River, 


39 


33 


25 


5 


164 


3254 


1848 


J. A. Nash. Watertown. 


Broome & Tioga, 


25 


21 


17 


2 


390 


2145 


" 


C. Darby, Binghampton. 


Buffalo, 


33 


20 


21 


2 


91 


2167 


<( 


H. N. Danforth, Evans, Erie co. 


Canisteo River, 


13 


13 


8 


2 


35 


666 


" 


J.B. Chase, Whitesville, 


(yattaraugus, 


13 


18 


16 


3 


37 


1343 


" 


E. L. Harris, Rushford. 


Cayuga, 


48 


18 


21 


4 


53 


2257 


(( 


Z. M. Mason, Auburn. 


Chemung River, 


6 


15 


8 


4 


107 


1159 


« 


G. M. Spratt, Fairport. 


Chenango, 


16 


32 


26 


8 


41 


2818 


u 


J. H. Chambeilain, So. New Berlin. 


Cortland, 


21 


20 


19 


2 


43 


2113 


« 


.T. P. Simmons, Cortlandville. 


Dutchess, 


14 


16 


161 2 


23 


1365 


(( 


E. C. Ambler, Pleasant Valley. 


Erie,* 


1 


14 


11 


- 


26 


945 


« 


B. C. Willougrhby, Cherry creek. 


Essex &.Champrnl 13 


16 


8 


2 


12 


1216 


« 


Thomas Brandt, Westford. 


Franklin, 


37 


27 


17 


2 


65 


2172 


(( 


J. N. Adams, Gilbertsville. 


Genesee, 


36 


17 


Ig 


1 


55 


190S 


X 


Jesse Elliot, Wyoming. 


Genesee River, 


2C 


la 


14 


- 


21 


' 1294 


« 


Harry Smith, Pike, Wyoming co. 


Harmony, 


IC 


2C 


2( 


» 4 


71 


171J 


1 " 


S. S. Ainsworth, Panama. 


Hudson River, 


3S 


61 


7f 


25 


806 


I 125K 


1 " 


W. W. Everts, New York. 


Lake George, |35 


. 14 


g 


! 4 


1-^ 


1 93J 


1 X 


D. A. Cobb, Horicon, Wtrren co. 


Livingston, 


ll" 


r i£ 


> U 


M 1 


8i 


i 107' 


r\ " 


S. M Bainbridge, York. 



* Formed by the union of the Chautauque and Connewango Associations. 



1850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



17 



Associations. 


V 
M 

"< 

40 


Chs 
21 


Ms 

21 


Lie. 


Bapt. 


Toul. 


bate. 

1 


Madison, 


3 


171 


243411848 


Mohawk River, 


9 


9 


8 


. 


7 


776 


X 


Monroe, 


21 


22 


24 


2 


80 


2866 


« 


Kew York, 


58 


28 


35 


9 


223 


4583 


<t 


Niagara, 


25 


14 


12 


2 


18 


1258 


i( 


Oneida, 


28 


28 


25 


3 


149 


2555 


<t 


Onondaga, 


24 


18 


17 


1 


126 


2072 


« 


Ontario, 


35 


19 


18 


I 


30 


1466 


« 


Orleans, 


5 


11 


9 


1 


18 


967 


(i 


Oswego, 


16 


15 


11 


2 


45 


1220 


{< 


Otsego, 


53 


19 


10 


2 


38 


1395 


<i 


Rensseiaerville, 


60 


13 


11 


2 


151 


1466 


« 


Saratoga, 


t^ 


28 


23 


3 


36 


3052 


it 


Seneca, 


27 


16 


15 


4 


83 


1796 


« 


Stephentown, 


16 


14 


12 


1 


157 


1421 


« 


Steuben, 


31 


17 


16 


6 


70 


1638 


(« 


St, Lawrence, 


35 


1 25 


17 


1 


35 


1942 


« 


T/nion, 


38 


, 12 


10 


2 


23 


1638 


l< 


Washing'nUnion 


14 


22 


16 


1 


108 


3116 


u 


Wayne, ^' 


14 


16 


13 


1 


44 


1632 


« 


Worcester,^ 


18 


14 


14 


11 


96 


1,223 


<t 


Yates, 


5 


10 


6 


1 


6 


779 


ii 


Total, 41 


794 


705 


132 


3864 


84243 




~"~~ 












Central N.Jersey, 


20 


17 


16 


2 


290 


2315 


1848 


East New Jersey, 


7 


25 


23 


2 


74 


3401 


(1 


New Jersey, 


37 


34 


39 


8 


398 


5064 


« 


Sussex, 


15 


13 



89 


10 


2 


34 


1361 


w 


Total, 4 
PeHHtylvania, 

Abington, 


88 


14 


796 


12121 


41 


19 


8 


~ 


28 


1391 


1848 


Beaver, 


39 


18 


7 


1 


96 


994 


(i 


Bradford, 


14 


16 


9 


2 


37 


777 


i< 


Bridgewater, 


24 


13 


10 


3 


20 


997 


<• 


Central Union, 


16 


15 


18 


3 


162 


2611 


« 


Centre, 


18 


17 


7 


1 


61 


1067 


u 


Clarion, 


11 


16 


6 


. 


25 


726 


<l 


Clearfield, 


2 


7 


2 


1 


1 


194 


<l 


Conemaugh, 


6 


9 


4 


. 


18 


310 


«< 


French Creek, 


25 


20 


13 


2 


34 


1084 


« 


Monongahela, 


16 


40 


28 


4 


192 


3160 


« 


Northumberland, 


28 


20 


10 


2j 


102 


1522 


« 


Philadelphia, 1 


41 


58 


63 


20 


635 


9784 


« 


Pittsburg, 


10 


14 


12 


2 


58 


1529 


t< 


Tioga, 


6 


121 


6 


3 


10 


504 


<l 


Wyoming, 


6 


13 


11 


1 


79 


1028 


i< 


Total, 16 
Itelatcmre. 

Wilmington ch. 


306213 


«l 


1548| 


27678 




1 


2 


2 


11 


352 


1848 



Correspondents and Post-Offices. 



Wm. Clarke, Cazenovia. 

£. S. Davis, Little Falls. 

J. B. Olcott, Parma, Monroe co. 

S. Pier, 86 Stonton st., N. York. 

G. C. Walker, Somerset. 

D. Bennett, Utica- 

A. Pinney, Syracuse. 

Luke Davis, Vienna. 

Lemuel C. Paine, Albion. 

I. Butterlield, Oswego. 

J. B. Pixley, Hartwick. 

R. Winegar, Rensseiaerville. 

Isaac Wescott, Stillwater. 

James McLallen, Trumansburg. 

G.S. Stockwell, Lebanon Springs. 

A. C. Mallory, North Urbana. 

L. W. Nichols, Burke. 

S. Griffin, Sing Sing. 

Noah Fowler, Cambridge. 

W. R. Webb, Lyons, Wayne co. 

H. A. Smith, Middlefield. 

£. Mosher, Branchport. 

Loss, 771. 

C. Bartolette, Fleminglon. 
Henry C. Fish, Somerville. 
T. R. Taylor, Camden. 

D. F. Twias, Deckertown. 

Gain 271. 

H. Curtid, Prompton, Wayne co. 
A. G. Kirk, New Castle, Mercer c. 
J. Elliott, Towanda, Bradford co. 
W. J. Turrell, Montrose. 
J. M. Richards, Uwchlan. 
A. M. Lloyd, Hollidaysburg. 
Thomas Wilson, Kittanin^. 
Tboraae Ross, Curwensville. 
R. H. JefTery, Livermore. 

E. M. Alden, Girard, Erie co. 
Thomas Swaim, Washington. 
G.W.Anderson,Lewisburg,Union 
A. D. Gillette, Philadelphia, [co. 
S. Williams, Pittsburg. 

James Gray, Gray's Valley, [co. 
W. K. Molt, Hyde Park, Luzerne 

Loss 366. 

Morgan J. Rhees, Wilmington. 
Gain 3. 



2* 



18 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Associations. 



jnaryland, 

Maryland Union, 
Total, 1 
JUgtrtet of 
Columhta. 

ftrffinia, 

Accomac, 

Albemarle, 

Appomattox, 

Broad Run, 

Columbia, 

Concord, 

Dan River, 

Dover, 

Goshen, 

Greenbrier, 

James River, 

Judson, 

Lebanon, 

Middle District, 

Parkersburg, 

Portsmouth, 

Rappahannock, 

Roanoke, 

Salem Union, 

Shiloh, 

Strawberry, 

Teay's Valley, 

Union, 

Valley, 

Total, 24 

JS\ CaroHna, 
Beulah, 
Big Ivy, 
Brier Creek, 
Cape Fear, 
Chowan, 
Flat River, 
French Broad, 
Green River, 
Jefferson, 
Lewis Fork, 
Liberty, 
Pee Dee, 
Raleigh, 
Salem, 

Sandy Creek, 
Tar River, 
Tuckasiege, 
Union, 



13 



Chs 



553 272 81 



Ms. Li. 



18 2 

5 ] 



14 

9 
17 



1 
2 
1 
5 
1 
2 
1 
14 
7 
4 
1 
1 

1 
1 
2 
25' 12 

8' 2 



15' 

12| 
12 

12 
9 



10 2 

17 4 
14 3 

18 17 
34 14 

6 2 



Bapt. 



184 



80 

223 

lfi6 

112 

297 

118 

88 

G69 

939 

81 

133 

54 

95 

218 

46 

300 

462 

31 

194 

185 

56 

71 

60 

65 



2004 



692 



795 
4256 
3728 
1094 
1821 
2077 
1214 

13405 

8703 

1300 

2752 

615 

569 

2721 

747 

8007 

14071 
1872 
1584 
3210 
2356 
1577 
1089 
1781 



4743.81344 



107 

45 

372 

322J 

792 

133 

256 

138 

10 

438 

121 

49 

163 

17 

46 

53 

83 

373 



Date. 



1848 
1848 

1848 



1222 1848 
640 1846 



1384 
4125 
7901 
2341 

850 
1445 

313 
16.57 

646 
1121 
3020 

668 
1518 
2120 

985 



1848 

1849 
1848 
1845 
1848 



1845 
1848 



1847 
1848 



Correspondents and Post-Offices. 



32801847 



Franklin Vl'^ilson. Baltimore. 
Gain 246. 

G. W. Samson, Washington. 
Loss 8. 



S. C. Boston, Eastville. 
Joseph H. Fox, Carter's Bridge. 
J. C. Hamner, Spout Springs. 
J. S. Griffin, Lumberport. 
Samuel Smith, Fredericksburg. 
J. G. Powell, Blackface. 
James Longanacre, Whitesville. 
M. T. Sumner, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Fox, Taylorsville. 
M.Ellison, Coal R Marshes,Fayette 
T. N. Johnson, Mt. Vinco. [co. 
Austin Merrill, Fairmont, Marion c. 
N. C. Baldwin, 7 m. Ford, Smyth 
M- Winfree, Coal Mines. [co. 

Enoch Rector, Parkersburg. 
Thomas Hume, Portsmouth. 
L. W. Allen, Gloucester C. H. 
G. Dickenson, Chestnut Grove. 
G. Love, Middleburg, Loudon co. 
Cumberland George,CuIpepperc.h. 
John S. Lee, Henry C. H. 
M. M. Rock, Kanawha Salines. 
Charles Wheeler, Pruntytown. 
A. C. Dempsy, Fincastle. 

Gain 1426. 



N. J. Palmer, Milton. 

L. Palmer, Ivy, Yancy County. 

S. P. Smith, Wiikesboro. 

Haynes Lenon, Big Swamp. 

S. J. Wheeler, Murfreesboiough. 

T. B. Barnett, Abram's Plains. 

L. L. Branson, Burnsville. 

B. Bruce, Sugar Hill, McDowell co. 

S. F. Anderson, Jelferson C. H. 

R. L. Steele, Taylorsville. 

A. Williams, Reed's k< Roads. 

A. N. Nicholson, Bostick's Mills. 

James S. Purify, Forestville, 

F. Stradley, Asheville. 

N. Richardson, Temperance Hill. 

Wm. D. Webb, Belford. 

Wm. Haynes, Pigeon River. 

J. McDaniel, Wilmington. 



1850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



IIF 



Associations. 


< 


Cbs. 


Ms. 


LI. 


Bapt. 


Total. 


Date. 


Correspondents and Post-Offices. 


"Valley River, 


9 


"u 


3 


1 


48 


356 1848 


James Whitaker, Valley Town. 


Yadkin, 


56 


16 


6 


_? 


183 


1138 


It 


A.W. Martin, Hamptonsville. 


Total, 20 
S. CaroUna, 

Bethel, 




448 


236 


75 


3749 36730 




Gain 822. 


59 


18 


5 


1 


59 


934 1848 


J. Greer, Cross Keys, Union Diat. 


Broad River, 


48 


36 


12 


2 


291 


1630 


" 


J. H. Wells, Unionville. 


Charleston, 


97 


39 


10 


3 


448 


6985 


" 


J. R. Kendrick, Charleston. 


Edgefield, 


40 


40 


17 


2 


288 


5002 


u 


W. B. Johnson, Edgefield C. H. 


Edisto, 


11 


30 


9 


4 


122 


1568 1845 


J. G. 0. Wilkinson, Aikin. 


Moriah, 


32 


24 


13 


1 


66 


1599 1847 


P. T. Hammond, Pleasant Hill. 


Reedy River, 


23 


32 


f5 


6 


289 


2913 1848 


James Harrison, Tullyton. 


Salem, 


3 


19 


14 


25 


38 


1518 


« 


James S. Mims, Winnsboro'. 


Saluda, 


46 


29 


19 


7 


188 


2563 


it 


Thomas Dawson, Pendleton. 


Savannah River, 


47 


43 


30 


7 


284 


9291 


" 


B. F. Buckner, Robertville. 


TwelveMileRiver 


16 


19 


10 


6 


84 


787 1845 


James Chandler, Wolf Creek. 


Tyger River, 


15 


32 


12 


2 


214 


2629 1848 


J. G. Landrum, Spartanburg. 


Welsh Neck, 


17 


38 


16 


3 


225 


3907 


<t 


T. P. Lide, Darlington C. H. 


West Union, 


3 


9 


6 


3 


13 


312 


i( 


Nimrod Sullivan, West Union. 


Total, 14 


/ 


408 


188 


72 


260941638 




Gain 1522. 


Georg;ta* 














Appalachee, 


14 


20 


12 


4 


78 


1307 1848 


Wm. A. Mercer. Social Circle. 


Bethel, 


16 


51 


31 


9 


396 


3362 


(t 


Stephen Rowe, Lumpkin. 


Central, 


15 


21 


10 


8 


191 


1784 


<t 


J. F. Dagg, Milledgeville. 


Chattahoochee, 


24 


15 


5 


" 


84 


907 


u 


S. Roberts, Gainesville. 


Chestatee, 


13 


14 


8 


3 


46 


323 


ft 


W. Christopher, Argo. 


Columbus, 


20 


41 


19 


5 


296 


3*30 


It 


T. B. Slade, Columbus. 


Coosa, 


13 


37 


15 


3 


435 


2060 


<l 


Wm. Kimzey, Tryon Factory. 


Ebenezer, 


33 


33 


15 


5 


148 


2162 


tf 


James Williamson, Hawkinsville. 


EUijay, 


8 


18 


15 


7 


23 


618 


It 


S. B. West. Prince Edward. 


Flint River, 


24 


31 


22 


14 


249 


2563 


it 


Willis Jarrell, Jackson. 


Georgia, 


64 


48 


36 


18 


465 


6984 


It 


P. H. Mell, Penfield. 


Hephzibah, 


54 


27 


14 


5 


168 


2677 


It 


Joseph Polhill, Waynesborough. 


Hightower, 


13 


33 


21 


5 


365 


2050 


tt 


A. G. Hutchins, Cumming. 


Houston, 


18 


24 


13 


2 


52 


911 


" 


H. C. Hornady, Millwood. 


Middle, 


7 


13 


12 


3 


43 


938 


<t 


G. L. Jackson, Black Creek. 


Middle Cherokee, 


13 


22 


11 


- 


207 


118! 


u 


Robert Russell, Cassville. 


Mountain, 


16 


15 


9 


4 


78 


557 


II 


S. Sisk, Clarkesville. 


Notley River, 


9 


18 


10 


3 


111 


875 


<t 


A. N. Miles, Toccoah, Union co. 


Piedmont, 


33 


12 


6 


- 


2 


312 


<l 


W. B. Smith, Jones' Creek. 


Rehoboth, 


10 


24 


12 


3 


95 


1793 


(1 


A. T. Holmes, Hayneville. 


Rock Mountain, 


10 


21 


7 


4 


78 


1150 


It 


E.Henderson, Social Circle. 


Sarepta, 


49 


29 


10 


7 


334 


2925 


II 


I. W. Johnson, Lexington. 


State Line, 


2 


7 


2 


- 


14 


213 


« 


E. T. Bunyard. Holly Creek. 


Sunbury, 


31 


24 


12 


2 


246 


5644 


(1 


J. P. Tustin, Savannah. 


Tallapoosa, 


10 


26 


12 


12 


171 


1279 


<t 


P. M. Rice, Villa Rica. 


Tugalo, 


30 


20 


6 


6 


-155 


1100 


<t 


H. F. Chandler, Carnesville. 


Union, 


2 


7 


2 


6 


67 


270 


<t 


J. M. Skinner, Dahlonega. 


United Baptist, 


17 


10 


5 


4 


70 


465 


tt 


T. B. Cooper, Thomaston. 


Washington, 


20 


18 


11 


3 


182 


1509 


tl 


Benj. Roberts, Milledgeville 


Western, 


20 


40 


24 


12 


504 


3806 
55155 


II 


U. B. Wilkinson, Franklin. 


Total, 30 


719 


387 


167 


5353 


Gain 4436. 



20 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



a 
Associations. •< 


" Chs. 


Ms. 


1 

Li. 1 


1 
Bapt. 


1 
Total. 


Date. 


Correspondents and Post-OfBces. 


Florida. 

Alachua, 


2 13 


5 


1 


17 


479 


1848 


James McDonald, Jacksonville. 


Florida, 


G 30 


16 


7 


60 


1335 


i< 


Z. G. Wheeler, Tallahassee. 


West Florida, 


1 8 
51 


4 
~25 


"~8 


109 


301 


1847 


Joshua Mercer, Marianna. 


Total, 3 


186 


2115 


Gain 184. 


.lldbama. 


^^*~ 












Alabama, 2 


9 33 


12 


2 


508 


3781 


1848 


A. T. M. Handey, Montgomery. 


Bethel, 2 


8 27 


21 


5 


234 


2173 




( 


A. A. Connella, Spring Hill. 


Bethlehem, 3 


2 52 


24 


3 


287 


3511 




< 


Piatt Stout, Portland, Dallas co. 


Cahawba, 3 


1 35 


14 


7 


374 


4588 




( 


Thomas P. Miller, Mobile. 


Canaan 1 


5 17 


7 


3 


134 


1003 




< 


A. J. Waldrop, Jonesborough. 


Central, Coosa co 


4 15 


7 


3 


140 


788 




( 


W. W. Mason, Wetumpka. 


Cherokee, 


7 12 


6 


1 


166 


1028 




t 


F. M. Hardwick, Ashville. 


Coosa River, 1 


5 33 


16 


6 


304 


2257 




( 


Thomas Calley, Talladega C. H. 


Liberty, {East,^ 1 


2 34 


13 


6 


163 


2112 


1847 


F. Callaway, La Fayette. 


Liberty, (South,) 1 


1 30 


12 


7 


173 


1260 


1848 


W. J. Parker, Kinterbish. 


Mulberry, 2 


32 


12 


2 


174 


1396 


1847 


A. D. Blackwood, Burnsville. 


Muscle Shoals, 2 


9 33 


15 


5 


215 


2712 


1848 


R. B. Burle-son, Moulion. 


North River, 1 


3 21 


7 


6 


63 


868 


1847 


T. M. Gabbert, Pikeville: 


Salem, 1 


33 


16 


2 


253 


2032 


1848 


P. M. Callaway, Eufaula. 


Tallasahatchie, 1 


4 19 


9 


5 


158 


1039 


1847 


John Ritchie, Eastville. 


Tuscaloosa, I 


6 36 


14 


2 


231 


2243 


1848 


M D. J. Slade, Tuscaloosa. 


Tuskegee, 


3 25 


11 


1 


211 


1704 


« 


C. .'\ldridge, Halhwaka, 


Union, 1 


3 29 


17 


3 


307 


1926 


« 


A. M. Hanks, Olney. 


Total, 18 


5T6 


233 


"69 


4095 


36421 




Gain 2649. 


jm»»ia»ipp{% 
















Aberdeen, 


4 33 


13 


2 


199 


1837 


1848 


W. H. Holcombe, Aberdeen. 


Bear Creek, 


3 10 


4 


1 


25 


250 


1847 


J. B. Clifton, Fulton. 


Central, 


2 23 


18 


1 


276 


2211 


K 


Wm. J. Denson, Vernon. 


Chickasaw, 


8 31 


14 


2 


231 


1551 


1846 


B. Collins, New Albany. 


Choctaw, 


1 31 


17 


10 


501 


2912 


1848 


Michael Ros.s, Blackwater. 


Cold Water, 


7 20 


13 


3 


124 


1179 


" 


T. B. Ripley, Holly Springs. 


Columbus, ] 


20 


9 


2 


85 


1654 


1847 


C. S. McCloud, Columbus. 


Ebenezer, [ship. 


1 9 


6 


1 


10 


322 


1846 


A. McKenzie, Carlisle's Mills. 


Louisville Friend 


27 


11 


4 


253 


1058 


1848 


J. B. McLelland, Louisville. 


Mississippi, / 


U 25 


10 


1 


73 


1103 


1847 


G. P. Claughton, Centreville. 


Mount Pisgah, 


2 35 


14 


5 


258 


1388 


1848 


John M. Chambers, Hillsboro'. 


Panola, 


5 13 


7 


1 


107 


801 


« 


James Middleton, Panola. 


Pearl River, 5 


J8 31 


10 


2 


25 


1307 


1847 


James Murray, Westville. 


Union, 5 


J6 15 


8 


1 


148 


1528 


1846 


Samuel H. Meade, Natchez. 


Yalobusha, 


12 30 


17 


4 


336 


2024 


1848 


H. B. Hay ward, Preston. 


Zion, 


12 28 
382 


10 
181 


2 


195 


1593 


« 


A. B. Hicks, Bellefontaine. 


Total, 16 
Xioui»tana, 

Concord, 


42 


2846 


22718 


Gain 1991. 


16 25 


12 


2 


139 


1122 


1848 


J. H. Cunningham, Minden. 


East'n Louisiana, 


6 20 


5 


4 


9 


553 


1847 


George Clemmon, New Orleans. 


Louisiana, 


27 10 


6 


2 


50 


774 


1845 


D. F. Sparke, Franklin. 


Mississippi River, 


6 11 


4 


1 


2 


398 


1848 


W. B. Wall, Fort Adams. 


Ouachita, 


5 17 


8 


2 


29 


406 


<> 


T. Meredith, Columbia. 


Red River, 


1 13 
96 


5 
~40 


1 
"I2 


20 


496 


« 


George W. Baines, Mt. Lebanon 


Total, 6 


249 


3749 


Gain 286. 



1850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



21r 



Associations. 



Colorado, 

Sabine, 

Union, 

Total, 3 

Liberty, 
Roclcy Bayou, 
Salem, 
Saline, 
St. Francis, 
White Kiver, 

Total, 6 

Big Hatchie, 
Centtal, 
Concord, 
Duck River, 
East Tennessee, 
Hiwassee, 
Holston, 
Indian Creek, 
Liberty, 
Mount Zion, 
Mulberry Gap, 
Nolachucky, 
Northern, 
Salem, 

So. Western Dist 
Sweetwater, 
Tennessee, 
Western District, 
Total, 18 
Kentuehpt 
Baptist, 
Barren River, 
Bethel, 

Boone's Creek, 
Bracken, 
Burning Spring, 
CampbellCounty,' 
Concord, 
CumberlandRiver 
Daviess County, 
Drake's Creek, 
Elkhorn, 
Franklin, 
Freedom, 
Gasper River, 
Goshen, 
Greenup, 
Laurel River, 



Chs. 



Ms. 



27 



17 10 
30l 13 



20 
20 
23 
37 
18 
24 
27 
20 
455 



7 
15 

9 
18 

8 

20 

13 

13 

283 



Li. 



Bapt. Total. Date. 



Correspondents and Fost-Offices. 



20 292 1848 R. H. Taliaferro, Austin. 
75 2581844 Jesse Witt, San Augustine. 
153 811 1848 H. L.Graves, Independence. 



248 1361 



62 
50 
10 
153 
25 
20 



394 
452 
85 
1071 
300 
207 



310 2509 



538 
260 
153 
248 

35 

95 
111 

34 
197 
130 
124 
250 
108 
443 
105 

80 
294 

58 



4202 
1892 
2629 
2574 

858 
1456 
2467 

287 
1020 
1511 
1365 
1818 
1669 
3703 

924 
1834 
2998 

890 



79 3263|340a7 



50 

141 

405 

29 

40 

16 

63 

127 

138 

57 

63 

285 

140 

107 

218 

154 

16 

7 



707 
1196 
5706 

816 
1547 

522 

927 
2288 
1644 
1344 

519 
5821 
2838 

548 
1918 
1579 

418 

783 



Gain, 342. 



1847 M. M. Wallace, Camden. 

" H. McElmurry, Smithville. 

1846 P. S. G. Watson, Balesville. 

1848 Samuel Stevenson, Arkadelphia. 

1847 J. M. Cox, Helena. 
L Wolf, North Fork, Izard co. 

Gain, 154. 

1848; P. S. Gayle, Memphis. 

Reuben Day, Spring Creek. 

R. B. C. Howell, Nashville. 

A. H. Coffey, SheibyviUe 

W. C. Newell, Morristown. 

R. Simpson, Lin)estone. 

J. Edwards, White Top, SuUivui 
18471 M. M. Corker, what office ? [co 
1848; J. D. Battle, Meridianville, Ala. 
1847} H. Hunt, Altamont, Grundy co. 
1846' William Tharp, RogersviUe. 

1848 Thomas J. Lane, Russellville. 
C. H. Bootright, Ross, Anderson e. 
H«nry File, Liberty. 
J. P. Arnold, Camden. 
John Scruggs, Madisonville. 

1846' Homer Sears, Knoxville. 
1848 J. H. D. Carlin, Boydsville. 
Gain 1621. 

1847J Josiah Leak, Lancaster. 

1848 W. F. SpiUman, Scottville. 

R. T. Anderson, Genoa, Christian 
S. Treadway, Mt. Sterlmg. [co. 
John L. Kirk, Maysville. 

1847 Wm. Lykins, West Liberty. 
" : James Vickers, Newport. 

1848 Elijah Threlkeld, Owenton. 
" I John G. Lair, Somerset. 

1847 George N. Holmes, Owensboro'. 
1845 y. Weatherspoon, Martinsville. 
1848i F. C. McCalla, Georgetown. 

Henry Wingate, Frankfort. 

Samuel Long, Albany. 

J. Tichenor, Lindley's, Ohio co. 
" I John G. Hawley, Hawesville. 
18471 Thos Reynolds, Amanda Furnace. 
1848' Abraham Baugli, London. 



22 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Associations. 



Liberty, 
Little Bethel, 
Little River, 
Long Run, 
Middle District, 
New Salem, 
Nolynn, 
North Bend, 
North Concord, 
Paint Union, 
Russell's Creek, 
Salem, 

South Concord, 
SouthCumberla'd 
South District, 
South Kentucky, 
South Union, 
Sulphur Fork, 
^Tate's Creek, 
Ten Mile, 
Union, 
West Union, 

Total, 40 

Ohio. 

Auglaize, 

Caesar's Creek, 

Columbus, 

Coshocton, 

East Fork Little 

Geauga, [Miami 

Grand River, 

Huron, 

liOrain, 

Mad River, 

Maumee, 

Meigs Creek, 

Miami, 

Mohican, 

Mount Vernon, 

Ohio 

Portage, 

Rocky River, 

Salem, 

Scioto, 

Seneca, 

Straight Creek, 

Trumbull, 

Union, ("colored,) 

Wills Creek, 

Wooster, 

Zoar, 

Total, 27 



< Chs- Ms. Li. 



26 
13 24 



33 

29 
10 
14 
18 

8 

8 
17 
25 
32 
13 

9 
21 

9 
15 
15 
15 
15 

8 

24 

7"03 



464 



354 172 



13 


5 


8 


5 


15 


13 


19 


11 


19 


7 


12 


10 


15 


17 


19 


13 


19 


15 


34 


19 


12 


7 


29 


17 


17 


18 


14 


5 


18 


8 


30 


15 


16 


15 


16 


13 


12 


7 


14 


8 


18 


8 


18 


5 


10 


7 


15 


12 


22 


12 


18 


9 


22 


14 



4 
I 
2 
2 
3 
4 
4 
2 
3 
4 
1 
3 
5 
3 
1 
9 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 

2 
3 

2 

2 

294)T0 



Bapt, 

79 

144 

273 

135 

13 

33 

20 

25 

20 

19 

101 

199 

4 

14 

247 

90 

27 

177 

41 

15 

38 

65 



3835 



12 
30 
11 
79 
12 
44 
28 
25 
1 

146 
6 

218 

123 
4 

180 
13 
17 
13 
21 
8 
15 
50 
70 
25 
33 
21 
35 



Total. Date. 



62598 



302 
467 

1166 
841 

1048 
600 
965 

1361 
852 

1822 
320 

1786 

1991 
704 

1108 

1224 
804 
998 
247 
449 
399 
880 
429 
850 

1164 

832 

952 

1240 24561 



1848 

ii 

1847 
1848 
1845 
1844 
« 

1848 
1844 
1848 
1845 
1848 
1847 
It 

1848 

(i 

1847 
1848 
1847 
1845 
1847 
1848 



1848 
1847 
1848 

ii 

1847 
1849 
1848 
1847 
1848 



Correspondents and Post Office. 



1847 
<( 

1848 



Richard Garnett, Glasgow. 

W. H. Cunningham, Henderson. 

C. W. Roach, Bellview, Christian 

A. W. Larue, Louisville. [co. 
George Bristow, Shelbyville. 
Wm. Salsbury, Lanesville. 

S. Gupton, Grecnsburg. 
P. S. Bush, Covington. 

E. Ingraham, Lynn Camp. 
Wm. R. Wheeler, Paintsville. 
W, PL Thomas, Greensburg, 
Charles Parepoint, Elizabethtown. 
Giles W. Loyd, Monticello. 

M. Castillo, Clio, Wayne co. 
James H. Kemper, Lancaster. 
J. G. Pond, Lancaster. 
Milton Eve, Barboursville. 
J. A. .McGuire, Campbellsburg. 
Moses Foley, Crab Orchard. 

D. Lillard, Warsaw. 

T. Waggoner, Falmouth. 
W. F. Norton, Paducah. 
Gain 459. 

S. M. Brower, Wapakoneta. 
J. R. Downer, Xenia. 
T. G. Lamb, Newark. 

B. y. Siegfried, Fultonham. 
L. French, Milford. 

A. Williams, Painesville. 
J. B. Sackett, Kingsville, 
Edwin Eaton, Bellevue. 
Daniel Eldridge, Elyria. 
D. E. Thomas, Piqua. 
H. C. Skinner, Perrysburg. 
J. M. Courtney, Zanesville. 

F. Snyder, Dayton. 

S. B. Webster, Mansfield. 

C. Platts, Utica, Licking co. 
Wm. H. Kelley, Kelley's Mills. 
Ora Osgood, Streetsborough. 
C. A. Dean, Cleveland. 

H. Parsons, Coolville, Athens co. 

J. W. Heistand, Groveport. 

Jacob Cole, Lodi. 

R. Vass, Greenfield. 

John Winter, Warren. 

James Johnson, Cincinnati. 

Joseph Fisher, Adamsville. 

S. B. Page, Wooster, Wayne co. 

G Seymour, Germano, Harrison co 

Loss 152. 



1 850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



23 



Associations 



Tndtana, 

Bedford, 
Bethel, 
Bloomington, 
Brownstown, 
Coffee Creek, 
Curry's Prairie, 
Elkhart River, 
Flat Rock, 
Freedom, 
Huntington, 
Indianapolis, 
Laughery, 
Liberty, 
Little Pigeon, 
Madison, 
Northern, 
North Eastern, 
Salamonia river. 
Sand Creek, 
Tippecanoe, 
Union, 
West River, 
White Lick, 
White Water, 

Total, 24 

JlHnoi: 

Apple Creek, 
Bloomfield, 
Chicago, 
Clary's Grove, 
Clear Creek, 
Colored, 
Edwardsville, 
Fox River, 
Franklin, 
Illinois River, 
McLean, 
Nine Mile, 
North District. 
Ottawa, 
Palestine, 
Quincy, 
Kock Island, 
Rock River, 

Salem, 

South District, 

Springfield, 

Yandalia, 



Chs- 



17 
12 
12 
13 
15 
14 
17 
32 
8 
21 
20 
28 
7 
13 
1 

11 
16 
11 
12 
2.5 
16 
8 

13 25 
39 21 



Ms.; Li. Bapt 



392 



12 
11 

4 

21 

1 

8 
6 
5 

8l 14 
15 13 
28 12 
12 17 

8 10 



5 

6 
5 
7 
9 
8 
9 

17 
4 
8 
8 

19 
3 
5 
9 
8 
6 
4 
4 

11 
4 
3 

17 

12 

191 



47 



Total, 22 



121 12 
7 
201 12 

121 7 
11 

61 
14 
10 

5 



Total., Date 



48 
42 
26 

5 
36 
63 
62 
123 
93 
35 
39 
38 

6 

162 

43 

38 

4? 


39 
28 
II 

7 

133 

24 



874 1847 
662 1848 



319 
436 
976 
866 
763 

1918 
383 
556 

1012 

1339 
194 
580 

1428 
604 
416 
241 
610 

I0I4 
644 
207 

1476 
793 



1846 

1847 

1848 

« 

1847 

1848 
1847 

• t 

1848 

tc 

1847 
1848 
1847 

i( 

1848 

1847 
<( 

1846 
1848 



1148 



18311 



1320 210 53 



301 
26 
41 
3 
34 
37 
13 
34 

244 

124 
53 

150 
3 
50 
10 
59 
21 
12 
45 
50 
160 
27 



Correspondents and Post-Offices. 



1037 1848 
289 
923 



241 
318 
243 
420 
811 
1739 
955 
350 
627 
390 
360 
228 
956 
274 
647 
554 
866 
928 
285 



1847 
1848 



149713441 



R. M. Parks, Bedford. 

Wm. McCoy, New Philadelphia. 

James H. Dunlap, Bloominglon. 

Owen Whitcombe, Brownstown. 

John Vawter, Vernon, Jennings co. 

J. A. Diison, Terre Haute. 

A. Denman, Oswego, Kosciusko 

Joshua Currier, Greensburg. [co. 

Rees Davis, Waveland. 

Eli Rees, Huntington. 

T. R. Cressey, Indianapolis. 

Ezra Ferris, Lawrenceburgh. 

James Mitchell, where ? 

T. B. Phillips, Troy. 

Milton Stapp, Madison. 

George Sawin, La Porte. 

P. H. Evans, Orland, Steuben eo. 

F. G. Baldwin, Montpelier. 

P. D. Baughen, Vernon. 

R. W. Waterman, Covington. 

W. G. Cole, Washington. 

Who will correspond 1 

Isaac Wilcox, Stilesville. 

Ira C. Ferine, Sunman, Ripley co 

Gain 240. 



A. J. Whiteside, Wilmington. 

G. W. Riley, Paris. 

C. N. Holden, Chicago. 

M. Carpenter, Springfield. 

H. E. Hempstead, Jonesboro'. 

R. J. Robinson, Alton. 

Warren Leveret!, Upper Alton. 

L. D. Boone, Chicago. 

M. B. Kelly, Sarahsville. 

H. G. Weston, Peoria. 

L. Morgan, Mt. Pulaski, Logan co. 
I Atlas Moore, Risdon. 
I John N. Tolman, Carrollton. 
I J. Higby, Ottawa. 

C. M. Hamilton, Palestine. 
1 J. C. Bernard, Quincy. 

Henry Cosner, Lyndon. 

George Haskell, Rockford. 

Thomas Holman, Carthage. 

James H. Lemen, Collinsville. 
M. Bray man, Springfield. 
J. R. Ford, Carlyle. 

Gain 1078. 



24 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Associations. 


< Clia. 


Ms. 


Li. 


Bapt. 


Total. 


Date. 


Correspondents and Post-Offices. 


-THgtourt. 

Bethel, 1 








4 25 


8 


4 


101 


1377 


1848 


William Carson, Palmyra. 


Black River, 1 


3 20 


15 


5 


298 


1162 


(( 


N. G. Ferguson, Bloomfield. 


Blue River, 1 


5 33 


20 


8 


286 


1858 


« 


E. S. Dulin, Lexington. 


Concord, ^ 


6 29 


13 


2 


181 


1801 


>( 


T. C- Harris, Booneville. 


Franklin, 1 


7 19 


8 


. 


18 


462 


« 


W. J. Duval, Steeleville. 


Gasconade, 


1 6 


4 


- 


10 


200 


<< 


J. McDonald, Roubideaux. 


Liberty, 


9 25 


18 


6 


64 


784 


« 


L. R. Ashworth, Roscoe. 


LittleBonFemme, 


9 15 


7 


3 


! 25 


1197 


<« 


W. W. Keep, Columbia. 


Missouri, « 


1 7 


3 


6 


43 


970 


« 


E. P. Perkins, St. Louis. 


Mount Pleasant, 2 


9 25 


11 


6 


: 120 


1809 


1847 


Leland Wright, Fayette. 


NewCa.Girardeau 


8 14 


7 


2 


29 


343 


1848 


E. A. Buckner, Benton. 


IVorthGrandRiver 


7 20 


8 


1 


38 


719 


it 


A. F. Martin, Linneus, Linn co. 


North Liberty, 


5 10 


6 


7 


87 


933 


« 


A. P. Williams, Weston. 


North Union, 


4 17 


9 


3 


i 23 


661 


1847 


W. F. G. Lansdale, Kirksville. 


Osage River, 


4 11 


8 


2 


1 10 


292 


1848 


Z. W. McCubbin, Tuscumbia. 


Platte River, 


I 18 


12 


4 


64 


665 


(( 


1. T. Williams, St, Joseph. 


Sac River, 


6 7 


3 


- 


14 


160 


« 


E. Williams, Bolivar. 


Saline, 


7 10 


6 


- 


22 


457 


<( 


T. Rucker, Arrow Rock, Saline co. 


Salt River, 2 


5 19 


13 


1 


16 


990 


n 


H. G. Edwards, Bowling Green. 


Spring River, 


9 18 


7 


- 


50 


1735 


« 


W, H. Farmer, Neosho. 


Union, 1 


J 6 


3 


- 


14 


332 


« 


J. H. Thompson, Union. 


Wyaconda, 


4 16 


5 


2 


66 


716 


« 


J. M. Lillard, La Grange. 


Total, 22 


370 


194 


nB2 


1579 


T9523 




Gain 2578. 


Jatchig-an. 

Grand River, 
















f 10 


5 


1 


35 


342 


1848 


A. Cornell, Jr., Ionia. 


Hillsdale, 


^ 15 


7 


2 


15 


512 


♦» 


L. A. Alford, Hillsdale. 


Jackson, 


I 21 


14 


1 


32 


827 


(( 


'N. Allen, Jackson. 


Kalamazoo River, 


21 


14 


2 


22 


898 


(( 


G. V. Tenbrook, Battle Creek, 


Lenawee, 


o 14 


10 


1 


6 


1056 


" 


Marvin Alien, Adrian. 


Michigan, 2 


* 33 


17 


2 


157 


1530 


« 


S. Chase, Romeo. 


StJoseph's River, 1 


6 14 


8 


1 


10 


674 


« 


Barak Mead, Ca»sopolis. 


Shiawassee, 


5 9 


5 




12 


251 


<( 


H. B. Flint, Perry. 


Washtenaw, 1 


t 15 


13 


2 


19 


1011 


u 


R. B. James, Dundee. 


Wayne, 


7 24 
176 


12 
105 


2 
14 


18 


1074 


« 


J. H. Rasco, Howell. 


Total, 10 


326 


8175 


Gain 43. 


Wisconsin, 


l~^ 


13 


4 






1846 




Milwaukie, 


25 


595 


A. Miner, jr., Waukesha. 


Racine, 


2 10 


7 


2 


9 


415 


1847 


H. Griswold, Racine. 


South Western, 


9 


6 


1 


12 


292 




H. W. Read, Madison. 


Walworth, 


* 18 
55 


14 
40 


2 
9 


138 


1258 


1849 


Otis Hackett, Janesvillc. 


Total, 4 


184 


2560 


Gain 215. 


Totca, 


^ 16 


9 


1 






1848 




Davenport, 
Desmoines, 1 


45 


425 


T. H. Archibald, Davenport. 


» 21 


13 


2 


27 


717 


" 


James M. Hope, Koekuk. 


Total, 2 


37 
1 


22 
2 


3 


72 


1142 


1849 


Gain 67. 


MtnneBota Ter. . 


12 


J. P. Parsons, St. Pauls. 


Indian Ter. 


23 


20 


7 


242 


1946 


1849 


A.L.Hay, CreekAgency. Gain 189 


Oregon Ter, 


1 6 


4 


, 


24 


63 


1848 


Ezra Fisher, Astoria. Gam 23. 


California, 


1 


4 


- 




28 


1849 


0. C. Wheeler, San Francisco. 



1850 THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 

GENERAL SUMMARY IN THE UNITED STATES. 



25 



No. of 
Associa- 
tions. 



Maine 

New Hampshire, 

Veumont, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode Island, 

GoNNECTlCUr, 

New Yohk, 

New Jeiiset, 

PENNSTLrANlA, 

Delaware, 

Mautland, 

District of Colombia,..., 

Virginia • 

North Carolina, , 

South Carolina, 

Georgia 

Florida, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, , 

Texas, 

Arkansas, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky 

Ohio, 

Indiana 

Illinois, 

Missouri, 

Michigan, 

Wisconsin, 

Iowa, 

Minnesota Territoht, ... 

I)^DiAS Territory, 

Oregon Territory, 

California, 



Total, 

Anti-Mission Baptists, 



Grand total in U. S. 



13 
7 
8 

12 
2 
7 

41 
4 

16 



24 

20 

14 

30 

3 

18 

16 

6 

3 

6 

18 

40 

27 

24 

22 

22 

10 

4 

2 



421 
157 



Ordained 
Church- j Minis- 
es. ters. 



Licensed i „ . , 
Minis- . Baptized i Members, 
ters. "« 1 year. 



295 

96 

112 

238 

48 

113 

794 

89 

306 

1 

22 

4 

653 

448 

408 

719 

6i 

516 

382 

96 

36 

78 

455 

713 

464 

392 

320 

370 

176 

55 

37 

1 

23 

5 



8,406 
2,035 



578 1 10,441 



201 

73 

71 

246 

55 

114 

705 

88 

213 

2 

18 

5 

272 

236 

188 

387 

25 

233 

181 

40 

27 

39 

288 

354 

291 

191 

210 

194 

105 

40 

22 

2 

20 

4 

4 



5,142 
907 



20 

14 

10 

37 

7 

13 

132 

14 

49 

2 

2 

1 

81 

75 

72 

157 

8 

69 

42 

12 

5 

10 

79 

127 

70 

47 

53 

62 

14 

9 

3 



}i802 
113 



6.049 1,415 



236 

119 

136 

945 

107 

530 

3,864 

796 

1,548 

11 

184 

6 

4,743 

3,749 

2,609 

5,353 

166 

4,095 

2,846 

249 

248 

310 

3,263 

3,835 

1,240 

1,148 

1,497 

1,579 

326 

184 

72 

242 
24 



19,957 

8,526 

8,092 
29,876 

7,153 
15,916 
84,243 
12,121 
27,678 
3.52 

2,004 
692 ■ 
81.344W 
36,730 
41,638 
55,155 

2,115 
36,421 
22,718 

3,749 

1,361 

2,509 
34,097 
62,598 
24.561 • 
18,311 
13,441 
19,523 

8,175 

2.560 

1,142 
12 

1,946 
63 
28 



46,280 I 686,807 
1,439 1 67,845 



47,719 754,652 



The Associalions bordering upon different states, are inserted under the name of the 
state containing a majority of the churches or members. 

Minutes of Associations. — 1. The statisiical columns should always be added 
up, or the result given in a sunomary. 2. The names of ordained ministers should 
be printed in small capitals, and the names of licentiates in italics. 3. A brief 
abstract of the church letters should always be printed. 4. The names of all or- 
dained ministers, with their post-office address should be printed; with the post- 
office of the Clerk or Corresponding Secretary. 5. There should be a statement 
showing the number of teachers, scholars and library books in each Sunday School. 
6, In the Southern Stales it would be a matter of general intelligence, to give the 
number of white and colored members in separate columns, as now done by several 
Associations in Virginia and Georgia. 



26 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



BRITISH PROVINCES AND WEST INDIES. 



Associations. 



Canada JEait 

Montreal, 
Ottawa, 
Canada West. 

Eastern, 

Grand River, 

Haldimand, 

Johnstown, 

Western, 

JVewBruntioteU 

Eastern, 

Western, 



.^Chs 



JV\tv» BeoUa. 45 100 



Total 10| 

1f>«f Indtet, 



292 



Ms. 



67 
180 



93 125 



Lie. 



30 



Bapt 



6 

7 

28 

134 

186 

5 

50 

142 

122 

95 



775 



1411280 



Total. 



616 

348 

712 

1727 

942 

410 

1878 

2333 

2490 

9231 



Date. 



20687 



34730 



Correspondents & Post-Offices. 



1847 J. M. Cramp, Montreal. 

" Charles Smith, Osnabruck. 

1849 A. Booker, Hamilton. 
'<■ William Smith, St. George. 
" T. L. Davidson, Markham. 

1848 Peter Schofield, Leeds. 

1849 D. W. Rowlands, St. Thomas. 

1848 J. C. Skinner, Wickham.' 
Edward D. Very, St. Johns. 

1846 William Chipman, Cornwallis, 
1848 T. F. Abbott, St. Ann's Bay. 



ANTI-MISSION BAPTIST ASSOCIATIONS IN THE U. S. 



States. 


No. of 


Ciiurches. 


Ordained 


Licensed 


Baptized 


Total No. 


Assoc's. 


Ministers. 


t'reacliers. 


in 1 year. 


of Members. 


Maine, 


1 


6 


4 


1 


5 


178 


New York, 


2 


19 


11 


3 


18 


549 


New Jersey, 


1 


7 


4 


1 


6 


238 


Pennsylvania, 


2 


16 


12 


2 


14 


639 


Delaware, 


1 


9 


3 


. 


2 


251 


Maryland, 


2 


18 


9 


1 


7 


393 


Virginia, 


9 


92 


41 


3 


94 


4,083 


North Carolina, 


10 


158 


96 


8 


153 


5,692 


South Carolina, 


2 


20 


13 


i 


25 


483 


Georgia, 


21 


354 


148 


28 


259 


11,704 


Florida, 


. 


17 


9 


2 


13 


645 


Alabama, 


16 


221 


68 


5 


157 


7,582 


Mississippi, 


7 


48 


20 


2 


106 


1,560 


Louisiana, 


1 


4 


2 


. 


2 


83 


Texas, 


1 


8 


4 


1 


12 


172 


Arkansas, 


2 


26 


10 


2 


21 


480 


Tennessee, 


17 


268 


129 


16 


178 


9,843 


Kentucky, 


15 


176 


73 


10 


148 


6,972 


Ohio, 


9 


128 


47 


5 


52 


3,341 


Indiana, 


12 


143 


62 


10 


59 


4,783 


Illinois, 


14 


161 


79 


4 


9 


3,905 


Missouri, 


11 


126 


58 


8 


93 


4,031 


Iowa, 


1 


10 


5 


2 


6 


238 


Total, 


157 


2,035 


907 


113 


1,439 


67,845 



1850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



27 



GRAND TOTAL OF BAPTISTS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. 



Churches. 



JVorth ^m*rie». 

United Stales, 

Do. Anti-Mission, 

Do. Free Will, 

Do. SiX Principle, 

Do. Seventh Day, 

Do. Church of God, ( Winebrennerians,) 
Do. Brethren, (Tunkers,) .... 
Do. Disciples, (Campbellites,) . . . 
Do. Christian Connexion, (Unit.) . . 

Total in the United States, 

Canada, (East and West,) 

New Brunswick, 

Nova Scotia, 

Jamaica, (West Indies) 

Bahamas, do 

Trinidad, do 

Hahi, do 

Honduras, 

Total in North America, 

England, 

Wales 

Scotland, 

Ireland, 

Total in Great Britain, 

France, 

Germany, (Hamburg, Prussia, &c.,) . . . 
Greece, 

Total in Europe, i' 

Burmah, (Arracan,Tavoy, &c.,) . • . . . 

Siam, 

China, 

Assam, 

India, (Calcutta, Bengal, &c.,) 

Ceylon, 

Australia, (New South Wales, &c.) .... 
Van Dieman's Land, 

Total in Asia, 

Jlfrlem. 
Liberia, 

Mission Stations, (Fernando Po, &c.,) . . . 

Total in Africa 

Recapitulation. 

NouTH America 

Evaopc, 

Asia, 

Africa, . 

Grand Total, 



8,406 

2,035 

1,252 

21 

62 

97 

152 

1,898 

607 



14,520 

125 

67 

100 

72 

16 

2 

3 

2 



14,907 



1,449 
322 

104 
33 



1,908 
15 
52 

2 



1,977 



138 



22 



14,907 

1,977 

138 

22 



17,044 



Ordained 

Ministers 



5,142 

907 

1,082 

25 

43 

128 

160 

848 

498 



8,833 

67 

46 

67 

104 

13 

6 

3 

4 



9,142 



1,102 

234 

67 

26 



1,429 

12 

38 

2 



1,481 



32 
3 

13 
6 

43 

16 
4 
2 



119 



13 



21 



9,142 

1,481 

119 

21 



10,76o 



Baptized 
in 1 year. 



46,280 

1,439 

3,407 

162 

368 

409 

263 

6,340 

452 



59,120 

416 

364 

95 

1,042 

205 

19 

14 

6 



61,281 



6,782 

1,243 

486 

92 



j,603 

47 

352 

3 



9,005 



1,548 
4 

18 
6 
340 
62 
26 
10 



2,003 



162 
23 



185 



61,281 
9,005 
2,003 

185 



72,474 



28 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



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1850 THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. £S 

American Baptist Missionary Union. 

Hon. George N. Briggs, of Mass., President; James H. Duncan, Chairman qf the Board 
of Managers; Rev. Solomon Peck, Cor. Sec. for the Foreign Department; Rev. Edward 
Bright, Jr., Cor. Sec. for the Home Department; Richard E. Eddy, Treasurer. The Mission- 
ary Rooms are at No. 33 Somerset Street, corner of Howard Street, Boston, Mass. 

The third annua) meeting was held in Philadelphia, May 17, 18, 1849. The thirty- 
fifth annual meeting of the Board was held at the same place May 15, 16. The receipts, 
from all sources, for the year ending April 1, 1849, were $105,576,36. Of this amount 
$7,600 from the Am. and For. Bible Society, $2,000 from the Am. Tract Society, $4,000 
from the U. S. Government, $6,540 from legacies, and $82,362,47 from donations. 

Missions are sustained in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America. In Asia. — Burman 
and Karen Missions, 1. Maulmain, 2. Tavoy, 3. Arracan ; Siam ; Assam ; China; Teloogoos. 
In Africa. — Bassa Mission. In Europe. — France; Denmark; Prussia; Germany; Greece; 
In North America. — Among the following Indian tribes, Ojibwas, Ottawas, Tuscaroras, 
Shawanoes, Siockbridges, Delawares, and Cherokees. Summary, 17 Missions, embracing 
63 stations and 135 out-stations; 54 missionaries, of whom 49 are preachers and 55 female 
assistant missionaries ; 194 native preachers and assistants; 148 churches, with 11,534 
members; 2000 baptized last year; 50 schools with 1472 pupils. 

The ne.'st annual meeting will be held in Buffalo, N. Y., on the third Thursday (the 16th) 
of May, 1850. Rev. E. L. Magoon, of Cincinnati, 0., to preach the annual sermon, and 
Rev. William Hague, of Krookline, Mass., his alternate. 



American Baptist Home Mission Society. 

Hon. Isaac Davis, of Mass., President ; Rev. Benjamin M. Hill, Corresponding Secretary ; 
Charles J. Martin, Treasurer. Office, 354 Broome Street, New York. 

The seventeenth annual meeting was held in the Oliver St. Baptist Church, New York, 
May 10, 1849. The receipts for the yejr ending April 1, 1849, including balance of S2,071 
from previous year, were $29,105,90. 36 new Life Directors by the payment of $100, and 
216 Life Members by the payment of $30. Total number of Life Directors, 268, and of Life 
Members, 1387. 134 Missionaries and agents were employed in 18 States, in Oregon, Cali- 
fornia and Canada. The missionaries have statedly occupied 453 stations and out-stations, 
performing in the aggregate the labor of one man for 92 years; reporting the baptism of 
774 persons, the organization of 45 churches, and ordination of 27 ministers; 13,669 ser- 
mons preached ; 27,027 pastoral visits ; 7 houses of worship completed and 19 commenced ; 
obtained 1,082 signatures to the Temperance pledge, and travelled 113,981 miles. The 
Monthly Concert of Prayer is observed at 92 stations. Connected with the churches are 
190 Sabbath Schools and 86 Bible Classes, having 1,271 teachers and 7,104 scholars, with 
22,385 volumes in their libraries. Since the formation of the Society in 1832, 1,314 minis- 
ters have acted under its commission, who have jointly performed 1,150 years of labor, 
baptized 17,374 persons, organized 673 churches and ordained 312 ministers. 



American and Foreign Bible Society. 

Rev. Spencer H. Cone, D.D., President ; Win. H. Wyckoff, Cor. Sec; William Colgate, 
Treasurer ; Rev. J. R. Stone, General Agent. Bible Rooms, 350 Broome Street, New York. 

The twelfth annual meeting was held in the Oliver St. Baptist Church, New York. May 
11, 1849. The receipts for the year ending April 6th, 1849, were $39,840,86. Of this 
amount $8,550,32 for bibles and testaments sold; and $21,993 donations. New Life 
Directors, 22 ; new Life Members, 334. The Library contains 1,576 volumes. During the 
year, 13,638 bibles and 26,590 testaments were issued from the Depository ; total, 40,228. 
293,098 volumes have been published since the organization of the Society. Appropri- 
ations were made for Asamese, German, French, Chinese, Karen, Oriya, and Bengalee 
scriptures. Appropriatsons were made to Rev. J. G. Oncken, to the amount of $6,126, 
for stereotyping, printing and distributing the scriptures in Germany. 



American Baptist Free Mission Society. 

Rev. A. L. Post, President ; C. P. Grosvenor, Cor. Sec ; J. N. Barbour, Treasurer. The 
sixth annual meeting was held in Charlestown, May 2, 3, 1849. Receipts, $6,743 31. Ex- 
penditures, $5,812 06, of which in Hayti, 1,924. The Society has ^Missionaries in Hayti, 
Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio and Canada. A Literary Institution has been established at 
McGrawville, N. Y. 



i» THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 1850 

American Baptist Publication Society. 

Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, President; Rev. Thomas S. Malcom, Corresponding Secre- 
tary ; Rev. B. R. Loxley, Depository Agent, and Assistant Treasurer; W. W. Keen, 
Treasurer. Office and Depository, 31 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. 

The tenth annual meeting was held in Philadelphia, (in the First Baptist Church,) April 
25th, 1849. The receipts for the year ending March 16, 1849, were $25,416 38, being an 
increase of $6,872 over the previous year. 42 Life Members by the payment of $20 each, 
and 4 Life Managers by the payment of $50, were added during the year. More than 
60,000 volumes were put into circulation during the year. During the year, fifteen new 
publications were issued, " Pengilly's Scripture Guide to Baptism," in German ; " Errors 
of the Romish Church," in French ; " Wilson's Scripture Manual on Baptism," in French ; 
"Pengilly's Guide," in French ; " Remington's Reasons," in French; «' Closing Scenes, 
or Death Beds of Young Persons ;" " The Baptist Harp," a new collection of hymns for 
the Closet, the Family, Social Meetings, and Revivals, &c. New editions wore issued of 
"Fuller's Works," " Howell on Communion," " The Psalmist," " Pilgrim's Progress," 
&c.; also the "Baptist Almanac and Annual Register" for 1849. 1300 pages of stereotype 
plates were added during the year. Value of stock in books, &c. $9,741 ; in stereotype 
plates, $8,977. Total $18,719. 

The Society has eighteen Colporteurs laboring in ten States; five of the colporteurs 
are Germans. Eleven Ministers' Libraries and twelve Sunday School libraries, were gra. 
tuitously bestowed, making 103 within five years. Grants of books and tracts were made 
to Canada, France, Africa, China, Burmah, West Indies, Indian Territory, Oregon, Cali- 
fornia, &c. $100 was sent to Rev. J. G. Oncken, for tracts in Germany. The $10,000 sub- 
scription, was completed during the year. The Building Fund amounts to $1,659 07, the 
interestof which defrays, in part, the rent. The Library contains 1,032 volumes. The 
number of publications in the Society's list is 260, of which 68 are bound volumes. Of the 
Society's Tracts, 175 are English, 5 German, 3 French, 9 Children's. 



Southern Baptist Convention. 

Convention. — Rev. W. B. Johnson, D.D., of S. C, President. 

Foreign Mission Board.— Rev. J. B. Jeter, President ; Rev. James B. Taylor, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Archibald Thomas, Treasurer ; Oifice, Richmond, Va. 

Domestic Mission Board. — ^Rev. J. Hartwell, President ; Rev Russell Holman, Corres- 
ponding Secretary ; W. Hornbuckle, Treasurer. Office, Marion, Ala. 

The fourth annual meeting of the Board of Foreign Missions, was held in Charleston, 
S. C, May 23, 1849. The receipts, (including a balance of $18,863 from the previous year, 
for the year ending May 1, 1849, were $31,791. In China the Board has 20 missionaries 
and native assistants, of whom 7 are ordained ministers from the U. S. Canton and Shang- 
hai are the stations occupied. In Africa, there are 7 missionaries, with 6 teachers and 
interpreters, all of whom are' colored men. The stations are Monrovia, Bexley, Bassa 
Cove, New Virginia, Cape Palmas, Edina, &c., all in the republic of Liberia. 

The fourth annual meeting of the Board of Domestic Missions was held in Charleston, 
S.C, May 23, 1849. The receipts for the year ending April 1, 1849, were $14,042. The 
disbursements were $13,891. 57 Missionaries and agents have labored, occupying 170 
stations; they report 5,782 sermons, 789 prayer meetings; 75,643 miles travelled ; 683 
baptized ; 10 ministers and 15 deacons ordained ; 27 Sunday schools, with 137 teachers, 
1,222 pupils, and 2,280 volumes in libraries. 



American Indian Mission Association. 

Hon. T. G.Blewitt, President; Rev. Sidney Dyer, Corresponding' Secretary; Cornelius 
Van Buskirk, Treasurer. Office, Louisville, Kentucky. 

The sixth annual meeting was held in Augusta, Ga., Oct. 26 — 28, 1849. Receipts 
$11,194, including $2,900 from Choctaw Nation. Expenditures, $9,927. The Society 
has Missions among the Choctaws, Creeks, Cherokees, Putawatomies, Weas and Miamies. 
There are 23 missionaries, of whom 8 are ordained ministers ; 14 churches ; 883 members ; 
117 baptized ; 4 schools, and 127 scholars. The " Indian Advocate" is published monthly. 

" Armstrong Academy," (Choctaw) is very prosperous. Manual Labor Schools will also 
be established among the Putawatomies and Creeks. • 



1850 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



91, 



New England Sabbath School Union. 

Hon. G. N. Brigga, President ; C. Warren, Treasurer. Depository, 79 Cornhill, Boston. 

The fourteenth annual meeting was held in Lowell, Oct. 26, 1849. The Receipts from 
donations for 17 months were $3,500. 10,500 copies of the Young Reaper were circulated 
(7,000 in Mass.) monthly, and 1,800 of the S. S. Treasury, (1,200 in Mass.) 



Sonthern Baptist Publication Society. 

M. T. Mendenhall, Pres.; Rev. A. M. Poindexter, Cor. Sec; A.C. Smith, Treas.; Ed- 
ward J. Walker, Depository Agent. Depository, 40 Broad street, Charleston, S. C. 

The second annual meeting was held in Athens, Ga., May 18, 1849. Receipts, $3,848 02. 
A Depository was opened in Charleston, S. C, Feb. 20, 1848. 

Resolutions were adopted to raise the sum of $20,000, as a capital for the Society, in 
five equal annual instalments. An adjourned meeting was held in Charleston, S. C, in 
connection with the Southern Baptist Convention. 

BAPTIST PERIODICALS IN THE UNITED STATES. 



Name. 
Zion's Advocate, 
Christian Watch.man and 
CHnisTiAN Reflector, 
Christian Secretary, 
New York Recorder, 
New York Baptist Register, 
Christian Contributor, 

Christian Chronicle, 



Religious Herald, 
Baptist Recorder, 
Uiblical Recorder, 
Southern Baptist,. 
Christian Index, 
Alabama Baptist Advocate, 
So. Western Baptist Chronicle 
Tennessee Baptist, 
Baptist Banner, 
Western Christian Journal, 
(Christian Messenger, 
Western Christian, 
Watchman of the Prairies, 
Western Waichman, 
Michigan Christian Herald, 
Baptist Messenger, 
Baptist Missionary Magazine, 
The Macedonian, 
ssabbath School Treasury', 
Young Reaper, 
Baptist Memorial, 
New York Chronicle, 
Mother's Journal, 
Baptist Preacher, 

Baptist Missionary Journal, S James B. Taylor, 
(. Russell Holman. 
The Commission, 

Southern Baptist Review', T. Meredith, 

Monthly Miscellany, Joseph S. Baker. 

Western Baptist Review, J.L. Waller, 

The Indian Advocate, Sidney Dyer. 

The Macedonian, John Stevens. 
Sabbath School Visiter, 

Christian Review, E. O. Sears. ' 

The Baptist Record, "nomas S. Maleom. 



Editors. 

Samuel K. Smith, 

<J. W. Olmstead. 

(. (Villiam Hague. 

Seieall S. Cutting. 

Mezander M. Beebee. 

Cyrus P. Orosvenor. 
< IV. B. Jacobs, 
\ H. Lincoln. 

William Sands. 

Joseph Walker. 

TTiomas Meredith. 

A Committee. 

B. M. Sanders. 
.a. W. Chambliss. 
William C. Duncan. 
J. R. Graves. 
W.C.Buck, .a. W.Larue. 
J. L. Batchelder. 
R. R. Stewart. 
W. Walker. 
Luther Stone. 
J. M. Peck. 
O. W. Harris. 

C. R. Hendrickson. 
Solomon Peck. 
Edward Bright, Jr. 
William Howe, 
H. S. Washburn. 
E. Hutchinson, 
Orrin B. Judd. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Sewell. 
H. Keeling. 



When issued, 
weekly. 



semi-monthly, 
monthly. 



Where published. 
Portland, Me. 
Boston, Mass- 
Hartford, Conn 
New York, N. Y- 
IJlica. N. Y- 
Utica, N. Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Richmond, Va. 

Fairmont, 

Raleigh, 

Charleston, 

Penfleld, 

Marion, 

New Orleans, La. 
Nashville, Tenn 
Louisville, Ky. 
(.'olunibiis, O. 
Inrllanapoiis, la. 
Elgin, III. 

Chicago, III. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Detroit, Mich. 

Elizabeth City,N.C< 



Va 

N. C. 
8. C. 
Ga. 
Ala. 



Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
Boston, 
New York, 
New York, 
New York, 
Richmond, 



Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Ma.»3. 
N. Y. 
N. Y 
N. Y 
Va. 



Richmond, Va. 



bi- monthly, 
quarterly. 



Richmond, 

Raleigh, 

Atlanta, 

Frankfort, 

Louisville, 

Cincinnati, 

Cincinnati, 

Boston, Mass. 

Philadelphia, Pa 



Va. 

N.C. 

Ua. 

Ky. 

Ky. 

O. 

O. 



BAPTIST PERIODICALS IN THE BRITISH PROVINCES. 



Montreal Register, 
Evangelical Pioneer, 
Christian Messenger, 
Christian Visiter, 



J. M. Cramp, 
James In g lis, 

J. W. JSruttitig. 

E. D. Very. 



Montreal, Can. E. 
London, Can. W. 
Halifax, N. 8. 
St. John's, N. B. 



32 



THE BAPTIST ALMANAC. 



1850 



Ri'Iigious Denominations 


m tlie United States. 






Naraes. 


Churches 


Ministers 


Members. 


Names. 


Churches 


Ministers 


Members. 






3,716 

1,500 
740 
500 

5,142 

907 

43 

25 

1,082 
128 
848 
498 

1,687 
250 

1.497 


629,660 

465,553 
64,313 
20,000 

686,807 

67,845 

6,243 

3,586 

56.4.^2 

10,102 

118,618 
33,040 

197,196 
30 000 
67.550 


Presbyterians, Old So. 
Do. New School, 
Do. Cumberland, 
Do. Associate, &c. 

Dutch Reformed, . . 

German Retormed, . 

Lutherans, { 

United Brethren, . . 

Evangelical, (Ger.) . 

Moravians 

Mennonites, 

Swedenborgians, . . 

Universalists, .... 


2,512 

1,555 

480 

53o 

276 

261 

1,604 

800 

600 

22 

4«0 

42 

918 


l,^60 

1,553 

350 

290 

289 

273 

663 

500 

250 

24 

250 

30 

700 

100 

864 


200 830 


Do. do. South, 

Do. Protestant, . . 

Do. Wesleyan, . . 
Baptists, (Regular) .... 

Do. Anti-Mission, . 

Do. Seventh Day, . 

Do, Six Principle, . 

Do. Free Will.. . . 

Do. Church of God, 

Do. Campbellites, . 

Do. Christian (Uni.) 
Congregationalists (Orth.) 


8,'4G6* 

2,035 
52 
21 

1,252 
97 

1,898 
607 

1,971 
244 

1,192 


139.047 
50,000 
45.500 
.32,840 
69,750 

163,000 
15,000 
16.000 
6,000 
58,000 
3,000 
60.000* 
20,000 


Protestant Episcopal, . . 


Roman Catholic, . . . 


812 


1173,700 



Territory, Population. &c., of the United States. 



state.. 


Square Miles 


Census of 

1840. 


Members of 
Congress. 

7 


SUtes. 


Square Miles 


Census of 
1840. 


Members of 
Congress. 


Maine. 


35,000 


601,793 


Louisiana, 


46,431 


352,411 


4 


New Hampshire, 


8 030 


284.574 


4 


Arkansas, 


52,198 


97,574 


1 


Vermont, 


8 000 


291,948 


4 


Tennessee, 


44,000 


829,210 


11 


Massachusetts, 


7,250 


737,699 


10 


Kentucky, 


37.680 


779,228 


10 


Rhode Island, 


1,200 


108,830 


2 


Oliio, 


39,964 


1,519,467 


21 


Connectii;ut, 


4,750 


309,978 


4 


Michigan, 


56.243 


212,267 


3 


New York, 


46,000 


2,428.921 


34 


Indiana, 


.33.809 


685,866 


10 


New Jersey, 


6,851 


373,306 


5 


Illinois, 


55,405 


476,183 


7 


Pennsylvania, 


47,000 


1,714.033 


24 


Missouri, 


67,380 


383,702 


5 


Delaware, 


2,120 


78,685 


1 


Florida, 


59,268 


54,477 


1 


Maryland, 


11,000 


470,019 


6 


Wisconsin, 


53.924 


30,955 


1 


Virginia, 


61,352 


1,239,797 


15 


Iowa, 


50,914 


43,112 


1 


North Carolina, 


45.500 


753,419 


9 


Texas, 


325,520 




2 


South Carolina, 


28,000 


594,398 


7 


Oregon Ter., 


341,463 






Georeia, 


58,000 


691,392 


8 


New Mexico, 


77,387 






Alabama, 


50.722 


590,756 


7 


California, 


448,691 






Mississippi, 


47,147 


375,651 


4 








"- 



Baptism of Baptist W. Noel. — The Hon. and Rev. Baptist W. Noel, a distin- 
guished Episcopalian, and Chaplain of the Queen, was baptized in London, Aug. 9, 1849, 
in the presence of an immense congregation. On Lord's day morning, Aug. 5, he 
preached an admirable sermon on baptism, at John Street Chapel, (Rev. J. H. Evans'.) 
Before his baptism, on Thursday evening, the latter part of the 8th chapter of Acts was 
read, beginning at the 25th verse. Mr. Noel entered the pulpit, and said : 

"Having been asked, my brethren, to address a few words to you on this occasion, I gladly 
avail myself of the opportunity of speaking a few words on this particular point — Why a person 
who is unbaptized should be baptized, after having made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ in 
other ways, aud perhaps for many years. I believe I have weighed well every considerable 
argument that has ever been adduced in the maintenance of infant baptism as an addition to, and 
which evidently becomes a substitution for, the baptism of believers in Christian churches ; and 
I have come distinctly to these two conclusions, which appear to me, at least, to be certain. It 
appears to me to be distinctly proved, ^rst. that baptism, as ordained by Christ, is an immersion 
in water — a being buried in the water ; and, secondly, that immersion is meant to be a profession 
of faith in Christ. If those two conclusions are correct — and I believe they will completely pre- 
vail with the Christian world eventually — then it follows that a person, who, like myself, has 
only be6n sprinkled in infancy, is unbaptized, because such a person has neither been immersed, 
nor has he made a baptismal profession of faith : and these two things constitute Christian bap- 
tism. So that if these conclusions are correct, then I, and others, who have been sprinkled in 
baptism, are in neither sense baptized." 

After further remarks by the candidate, a hymn was sung, and prayer offered. Mr. 
Noel, and sixteen others, were then baptized. 

In the " Metropolitan Pulpit," published in London, in 1839, there is a full description 
of this eminent minister. It states that Mr. Noel's fattier " was a baronet, and his mother 
a peeress in her own right ; which accounts for his possessing the title of ' honorable.' 
Lord Farnham, his brother, and Lady Farnham. his sister-in-law, form part of the house- 
hold of the Queen." The same writer adds, " I am sure I shall be borne out by all wlio 
know anything of the state of religious matters in London, when I say, that he has done 
more good than any other man of his years." 



1850 THE BAPTIST ALMANAC- 33 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. NEW YORK. 

This Church originated in 1745. In 1747 the Scotch Plains Church, N. J., was organ- 
ized, and as there were but 13 brethren and sisters in the city, who agreed in their views 
of doctrine, it was deemed advisable to unite with that Church in 1753, with the under- 
standing that the pastor, Rev. Benj. Miller, should preach in New York occasionally. 
His preaching was so acceptable that those who wished to hear him could not be 
accommodated in a private dwelling. A rigging loft in Cart and Horse street, now 
William street, was hired by the Church. As their numbers increased, they purchased 
ground in Gold street, and erected a small meeting-house, which was opened March 14, 
1760. In 1762, June 19, twenty-seven members of the Scotch Plains Church, having 
previously received letters of dismission, were recognized as an independent Church. Hev. 
John Gano entered upon the pastoral charge, and in a few years there were more than 
200 members, and the meeting-house was enlarged. The Church continued to prosper 
till the members were scattered by the war of the Revolution. At the close of the war 37 
members were collected. The meeting-house was repaired, having been used as a store- 
hous%and stable. In two years the Church again numbered more than 200 membets. In 
1788, Rev. Mr. Gano removed to Kentucky, having been for 26 years the faithful pastor of 
this church. Rev. Benj. Foster, D.D., was the successor of Gano, and labored ten years, 
when he was suddenly cut off by yellow fever, Aug. 26, 1798. In Oct., ISOO, Rev. Wil- 
liam Collier, of Boston, commenced his pastoral labors. The old house was removed in 
March, ISOl, and a stone edifice, 80 feet by 65, erected at a cost of $25,000, and opened 
for public worship. May 2, 1802. Rev. J. Chaplin was pastor for a short time. In April, 
1805, Rev. Wm. Parkinson, of Md., accepted the pastoral charge. His labors were much 
blessed, and in 1809 the Church numbered 564 members. He resigned the ofBce, Aug. 
11, 1840, having held it for 35 years. Rev. Spencer H. Cone, D.D., became the pastor 
July 1, 1841, having preached in the Oliver Street Church for 18 years. Among the con- 
ditions upon which the present pastor accepted the call, were these : " that the Church 
should erect such a building on their Broome street lots, as would accommodate our Bible 
and Missionary Societies, at a merely nominal rent; besides suitable accommodations for 
the Church and congregation." 

The building, (see page 1,) was opened for public worship Feb. 20, 1842. The entire 
edifice measures 75 feet wide, by 110 on the east side, 87 on Broome street, and 90 on 
Elizabeth street. The auditory is 75 feet square ; the remainder of the building, fronting 
on Broome street, is occupied by the American and Foreign Bible Society, and the Ame- 
rican Baptist Home Mission Society, at an annual rent of one dollar each per annum. 
The whole cost of lots and house, interest, &c., was $75,000. 

The number of members reported May, 1849, was 600. 

Disciples, Reformers or Campbellites.— Rev. Alexander Hall, of Loydsville, O., has taken 

much pains to obtain the returns published in •' The Christian Begisier." He reports 848 

preachers, 902 meeting-houses, 1898 churches or congregations, and 118,613 communicants. The 

members are found in the following States: — 

New England, 132 South Carolina, 165 Ohio, 19.460 

New York, 1,240 Georgia, 75 Indiana, 19,993 

New Jersey, 30 Alabama, 990 Illinois, 6,473 

Pennsylvania, 2,550 Mississippi, 930 Missouri, 11,959 

Maryland, 595 Lousiaiia and Texas, 230 Michigan, 344 

Virginia, 5,018 Tennessee, 9,666 Wisconsin, 147 

North Carolina, 1,814 Kentucky, 34,838 Iowa, 1,816 

EVANGELIZATION OF OUR COUNTRY.— By Mrs. G. W. Anderson. 
The following Hymn was written for " TJie Baptist Harp," recently published by the Society. 

Our country's voice is pleading, , Where prairie flowers are blooming, 

Ye men of God, arise ! i Plant Sharon's fairer rose; 

His providence is leading, \ The farthest wilds illuming. 

The land before you lies ; ] With light that ever glows ; 

Day-gleams are o'er it brightening, I To each lone forest-ranger, 

And promise clothes the soil, i The Word of Life uuseal; 

Wide fields for harvest whitening, j To every exile stranger, 

Invite the reaper's toil. j Its saving truths reveal. 

Go where the waves are breaking, I The love of Christ unfolding, 

On California's shore, Speed on from east to west, 

Christ's precious gospel taking, < Till all, hjji Cross beholding, 

More rich than golden ore ; \ In him are fully blest. 

On Alleghany's mountains, j Great author of salvation, 

Through all the Western vale \ Haste, haste the glorious day 

Beside Missouri's fountains, 5 When we, a ransomed nation, 

Rehearse the wondrous tale. > Thy sceptre shall obey. 



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So. VOL. I. 

1 Memorable Thoughts, 

2 Uwight's Discourse on Drunkenness, - 20 

3 Great Error^Deiected. By J. Berridge, 16 

4 Life of Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, - - - 16 

5 The Christian's Directory, - - - 12 

6 Great Question Answered. By A. Fuller. 20 

7 The Scriptures, - - . . . 12 

8 Religion the One Thing Needful, - - 4 

9 Man as he is and as he must be, - - 16 

10 The Grace of God and a Holy Life, - 12 

11 The Brazen Serpent, - . - _ 4 

12 The Shepherd and his flock, . . - 24 

13 The Twins, 4 

14 Primitive Church Discipline. By A. Fuller. 16 

15 Christian Fidelity to Friends, - - 12 

16 Prayer for Divine Influence. By W. Ward, 12 

17 Inconsistencies of Christians, - - 4 

18 Menno's Departure from Popery, - - 16 

19 The Earl of Rochester, - . - - 4 

20 The Practical Uses of Baptism, - - 16 

21 Surest and Safest Way of Thriving, - 12 

22 Krishna-Pal, the first Hindoo Convert, - 20 

23 The Contented Villager, ... 12 

24 Eflicacy of the Scriptures, . - _ 4 

25 Infidel Convinced by a Child, - - 12 

26 Terms of Communion. By S. H. Cone, 16 

27 The Dairyman's Daughter, - - - 28 

28 1 he Village in the Mountains, - .24 

VOL. II. 

29 The Swearer's Prayer, - ... 4 

30 Account of the Dea'th of an Infidel, - 12> 

31 Letter from a Nobleman, - - - 4 ) 

32 History of John Wildon, - . .16? 

33 Little Martha. By C. D. Mallarjr. - 12 ' 

34 Fragments of Philip Henry, - - " "* J 

35 Susan the Laundry Mnid, - - - 16 , 

36 The Progress of Sin. By Andrew Fuller. 12 



FIFTEEN FAOES FOB A CEHT. 

No Pages. 

37 Poor Joseph, -.---. 4 



Pages. 

- 16 



38 Conversion of a Universalist, - - 12 

39 James Covey, the Sailor, . _ . 4 

40 The Curate of Mulhausen, _ - . ifi 

41 Divine Songs for Children. By Dr. Watts. 23 

42 Intemperance, with Dialogues, - - 16 

43 Conversion of Andrew Fuller, - - 16 

44 Wilson's Scripture Manual on Baptism, 28 

45 Pengilly's Scripture Guide to Baptism, 92 

46 History of Amelia Gale, - - - 12 

47 Examine your State, .... 4 

48 Memoirs of Temperance Pascoe, - - 28 

49 Life of Martin Luther, - - - . 16 

50 Missionary Success, - - - .12 

51 Heavy charges against Sabbath breakers, 4 

52 Nature and Importance of Repentance, 16 

53 Parental Authority Enforced, - . 4 

54 Covetousness and Tokens of Perdition, 12 

VOL. 1II.1 

55 Memoirsof Samuel Pearce. By A. Fuller. 144 

56 Rewards of the Conquering Christian, 16 

57 Work of the Holy Spirit. By R. Hall. - 20 

58 The Broad and the Narrow Way, - - 4 

59 Danaerous Tendency of the Doctrine of 

Universal Salvation, - - - - 4 

60 Anthony Rollo, the Converted Indian, . 16 

61 My Own Way, _ - - . . J6 

62 The Sinner's Help, . _ - . 4 

63 Death, Judgment and Eternity ! - - 12 

64 The Moral Law, the Rule of Conduct to 
Believers; and old Moses, the pious Negro, 12 

65 The Hum Drinking Christian, - - 4 

66 The Irish Peasant, .... 16 

67 The aged Christian in the Hospital, - 4 

68 Poor Sarah; or the Indian woman, - 12 

69 The Moral Dignity of the Missionary 

Enterprise. Bv Dr. WavianH . 28 



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No. Pages. 

70 Meli Slnvay~ee, the Biirman Slave Girl, 24 

71 Do you want a Friend ? . _ . 4 

VOL. IV. 

72 To Mothers, .--... 12 

73 Letters on Christian Education, - 36 

74 Influence ofr'aith. lly John Newton. - 4 

75 Voice from Heaven. By C. D. Mallary. 4 

76 Peace in Death, - . - - . 12 

77 Hints for the Examination of the Heart, 4 

78 Life of Robert Hall, .... 24 

79 Preparation for Death, ... 4 

80 The Backslider. By Andrew Fuller. - 44 

81 Life of Mrs. R. Wilkinson, - . . 12 

82 Duty of believers to profess Religion, 16 

83 A Remarkable Conversion, . . - 12 

84 The Way to be Happy, ... 4 

85 Future Punishment Endless, - - 12 

86 Ministerial Gifts to be sought out, - 4 

87 The Loss of the Ship Kent^by Fire, - 40 

88 On Prayer. By Irah Chale, - - . 12 

89 On Bigotry. By B. H. Draper, - .20 

90 Memoir of T. S. Winn. By H.J.Ripley. 40 

91 The Duties of Church Members towards 
each other. By J. A. James. - .28 

92 The Duties of Church Members to their 
Pastors. By J. A. James. . - .16 

VOL. V. 

93 Salvation by Grace. By David Jones, 28 

94 The Soul can never Die, - - - 12 

95 The Pious Apprentice, ... 4 

96 Martyrdom of Hooper, . . - 16 

97 Poor Bridget, an English narrative, - 16 

98 Hugh Bourne, ..... 4 

99 George Parnel, or the Happy Death-bed, 12 

100 The Dying Franciscan ; a Narrative, 
illustrating the evils of War and Popery, 40 

101 A Memorial of Mercy. - - - - 24 

102 The Blisht of Promise, ... 4 

103 Making Light of Christ. By R. Babcock. 20 

104 The Aged Shepherd, - - - 12 

105 Indiscretion Acknowledged, . . 4 

106 A Concise Account of Noah Davis, - 20 

107 Power of Divine Truth, . - . 4 

108 The Christian's Stewardship, - - 16 

109 Pastoral Advice, - - - . - 16 

110 Allegorical I'reaching. - - - - 16 

111 The Aged Sinner Admonished, . - 16 

112 The Remedy of Intemperance, - - 20 

113 Duty to the Heathen, - - . 12 

114 Reflections against the Baptists refuted, 20 

115 A Persuasive to Temperance, . . 8 

116 Clondilion of Pagan Females, - .20 

117 The Claim of Redemption. By J. Harris. 12 

VOL. VI. 

118 Last Hours of 19 Baptist Ministers, - 40 

119 The Vineyard, a Parable, ... 12 

120 A Cry from Burmah, .... 4 

121 The Lord's Day, .... 62 

122 The Christian's Duty to the Tempe- 
rance Cause. By J. Kittredge, - - 16 

123 Certainty of the Christian Religion de. 
monstrated, or Leslie's Short Method. 36 

124 The Duty of giving Christian Instruc- 
tion to Children. By Irah Chase, - 20 



GERMAN TRACTS. J 3 

' Reasons for not baptizing Infants, - 4 ^ 

2 Pengilly's Scripture Guide to Baptism, 100 ^ 

3 Wilson's Scripture Manual on Baptism, 28 > 1 

4 Do you want a Friend, - - - - 4^2 

5 Poor Joseph, - - - . - - 4j3 

6 Great Question Answered. By A. Fuller, 24 ; 4 

7 The Bible and the Sinner, - - - 4 ' 5 

FRENCH TRACTS. J 7 

1 The Holy Bible on Baptism. - - - 12; 8 

2 A. Chronological table ofiinportant events, 8 9 



No. Pages. 

125 The Active Christian, . . _ y 

126 Booth's Vindication of the Baptists from 
the charge of Bigotry, in refusing Com- 
munion at the Lord's Table to Ptedo- 
baptists, ---.._ 80 

127 The Christian's Annual Directory; a 
Plan for reading the Holy Bible, in 1 year, 16 

128 Instruction for Young Inquirers, - 36 

129 Old Gabriel, 12 

130 The Burning Heart, - - - .4 

131 On Reading the Scriptures, and Prayer, 4 

VOL. VII. 

132 Biographical Sketch of David Jones, . 24 

133 Christ Rejected, - - . 12 

134 Memoir of Samuel Wyke Kilpin, - . 20 

135 A Plain Dialogue on Missions, - .36 

136 Anchor for the Soul, . - - - 16 

137 The Stranger. By John Stanford, 4 

138 The More Excellent Way ByJ.L.Dagg. 12 

139 I,evity, - .... 4 

140 Mrs. Wade's Addresses, ... 20 

141 The Happy Mountaineer, - - - 12 

142 An Amazing Fact, . . - - 4 

143 Causes and Cure of Spiritual Darkness, 8 

144 The Substitute. By A. M. Beebee, - 8 

145 Whither am I going 1 ... 4 

146 Human Depravity Considered, - - 28 

147 Directions and Encouragements, - 12 

148 The Duty of giving an adequate Support 
to Ministers of the Gospel, - - 12 

■149 Covenant of Circumcision no just Plea 

for Infant Baptism. By W. T. Brantly, 20 

150 The Two Widows 16 

151 Importance of Believing the Truth, - 12 

152 The Troubled Conscience, Part 1. By 
Wm. T. Brantly, 20 

153 The Troubled Conscience, Part. 2, 



By 
Barnas Sears,- ..... 16 

- - ' '- 20 

32 



154 Memoir of Nathaniel R. Cobb, 

155 Theatrical Amusements. By S. P. Hill, 
VOL. VIII. 

|156 Theatrical Entertainments. By Wm. S. 
Plumer, ...-.- 

157 The Death of Legal Hope, the Life of 
Evangelical Obedience. By A. Booth. 

158 The Four Pistareens. By T. D. James. 

159 Martha, or the Happy death, 

160 The Christian Magistrate, . - . 

161 The Christian Politician. By J. A. James, 16 

162 Damnable Delusions. By N. Murray, 4 

163 Dialogue on Close Communion, 

164 Why do we sit stilll By N. Murray, 

165 The Road to Ruin, 

166 A Refuge of Lies demolished, 

167 An important Question, 

168 Ilistorv of the Burman Mission, 

169 The Holy Bible on Baptism, . - - 

170 God and Mammon, ... 

171 Family Worship. By A. D. Gillette, 

172 Letter to Females on Ornamental and 
Costly Attire. By A. .Judson, . - 8 

173 The Immersion of the Son of God, - 8 

174 Act of Faith. 4 

175 What is it to Believe on Chrisll - - 4 



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A word in pas.=!ing to those who have left 
the Romish Church, - - .16 

CHILDREN'S TRACTS. 

The Cripple of Rarotonga, - - - 4 

Did you ever see a Book 1 - . . 4j 

1 wish I was a Soldier ! - . - 4 ; 

I am glad I am not Poor ! - - - 4 

What is the Fashion t - . - 4 

A piece of Wood, .... - 4 

The Prize ! 4 

The Sailor and the Sunday School, - 4 

I feel diffprent inside, ... - 4 




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