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PRBRIDENT. 
Tb« Right Reverend JOHN. Lord Bishop of Frudericton. 

VrCE PRESTDENTP. 

tha Venerable ind Rev. GEORGE COStfR, ArclxJesron rf New Brunawid . 

The Honourable WARD CHIPMAN. Chier Justice of New Brnnawiek. 

The Honourable NEVILLE PARKER, Master of the Rolls. . 

The Honourable WILLIAM BLACK, President of the Legislative Counoil 

The Honourable GEORGE SHORE. ^ 

llie Honourable WILLIA!^f H. ROBINSON. 

The Honourable JOSEPH CUNARO. <~ 

The Honourable JOHN S. SAUNDERS. 

The Honourable A. EDWIN BOTSFORD. 

The Honourable EDWARD B. CHANDLER. 

I'he Honourable C J. PETERS, Her Mnjeoty's Attorney Getieral. 

The Honourable THOMAS WYER. 

The Honourable W. F. W. OWEN, R. U. 

The Honourable HUGH JOHNSTON. 

The Honourable THOMAS H PETERS. 

*t\ib Honourable J. W. WELDON, Spenkcr of the Assembly. 

The Honourable Mr. Justice PARKER. 

The Hononrable Mr, Justice STREET. 

WILLIAM SCOVtL. Esquire. 

TREARURRS. 
WILLIAM J. BEDELL, Esquire, Fredericton^ 

SECRETARY. 

Reverend FREDERICK COSTER, Carleton. 

tiGCRETARV TO THE EXECITTIVE COMIIIT+ES, 

Revereind E. J. W ROBERTS, Kingsclear. 



EXECUTIVE 
John C. Alien, Esq. Frederinton. 
Joaepb It. Allison, Esq. Sackville, 
Geocge A. Bedell, Esq. Woodstock. 
LeBaron BoUford, Esq. M, D. St John. 
William Carman, Junior. Esq. Miramichi. 
Nathaniel H. DeVeber, Esq. Gagetown. 
George J. Dibblee, Esq. Fredoricton. 
Allen C. Evanson, Esq. Sussex 
Daniel Hanington, Esq. Shedinc. 
Jamea I^obb, Esq. M. D., Fredericton. 
John M. Robinson, Esq. Saint John. 
Hon. Charlea Sinioods, Portland. 



COMMITTEE. 

Joseph Sivewright, Esq. Norton. 
Henry Bnwyer Smith, Esq. Snvit John. 
John Ambrose Street, Esq. Fredericton. 
George. D. Street, Esq. Saint Andrews. 
Hon. J. W. Weldon, Richibucto. 
Thos. S. Wefmore, Esq. M. D. St. John. 
Justus S. Wetmnre, Esq. Kingston. 
Frederick A. Wiegins, Esq. Saint John. 
Robert Duncan Wilmot, Esq. Carleton. 
George Wheeler, Esq. Saint John. 
Benjamin Wolhanpter, Esq. Fredericton. 
William Wright, Esq. Saint John. 



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EXTRACTS FROM THE MINUTES OF THE SOCIETY. 



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The following Gentlenaen were nominated th« Vice Presidents of 
the Society, viz. : 

The Honourable The Chief Justice^ 

Tho Honourable The Members of Her Kfojesty^s Legislative Council^ 

The Honourable The Members of Her Mojesty*s Executive CounciU 

The Honourable The Speaker of the House of Assembly, 

The Honourable The Judges of the Supreme Court, 

Her Majesty *s Attorney General, 

Her Majesty *s Solicitor General, 

The Honourable The Master of the Rolls, 

The same being Members of the Society, with 

William Scovil, Esquire. 



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CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIETY. 



The Society ■bell be called Thr Dioossav Chuicu SucisTr «r Nr.w 
Brumhwick. 

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No conitituUoo, by*law, rul^ or regulation of the Sneietv, nor any abrogation, 
repeal, change or alteration or the tame, ahall be of any ioree or effect until U 
ahall have Men aanctioaed and confirmed by the Biahop uf, or adminiatering, 
the Diocese for the time being, by writing under his baud. 

III. 

The payment at any one time of a sum not less than Tea Pouads, shall con- 
atitute a Life Member; and the paymeat annually of any sum, however smulJ, 
shall constitute the person paying the same a Member of the ISociety. 

The Society shall have a President, who shall be the Lord Bishop of the 
Diocese ; two or more Vice Presidents, of whom the ^rchdeacon shall be the 
first ; one or more Treasurers ; one or more Secretaries ; two Auditors of 
Accounts ; and an Executive Committee of twentv-four Lay Members of the 
Society, being Life Members of the Society or Subscribers of at least One 
Pound to the funds of the Society, who, with the exception of the President 
and Vice ?r'»sidents, shall be annually elected at the Anniversary Meeting. 

V. 

The Oflicers of the Society and the Clergy of the Diocese shall be ex officio 
members of the Committee: five to be a quorum, and three of the five Laymen. 

VI. 

The Society shall embrace the following objects and none other, viz: 

1. Missionary Visits to places where there is no settled Clergyman, and aid 
to new and poor Missions. 

2. The establishment of Divinity Scholarships at King's Collpge, Freder- 
icton ; and assistance where necessary to those who may be under preparation 
for the Ministry, especially Sons of Clergymen. 

3. Aid to Sunday and other Schnols in which Church principles are taught, 
and the training andencouraging of Schoolmasters and Catechists. 

4. The supply of Books and Tracts, in strict conformity with the principles 
of the Established Church. 

5. Aid to the building and enlarging of Churches and Chapels. 

6. Aid to the buildins of Parsonage Houros. 

7. The creation of a fund towards the augmentation of the stipends of poor 
Clergymen — towards making a provision for rhoae who maybe incapacitated 
by age or infirmity — and for the widows and orphans of the Clergy — and 
towards the education of the children of poor Clergymen. 

VIT. 

The Society will employ no Clergyman on Missionary services, without the ' 
Bishop's license and appointment, and will submit its choice uf Divinity Svhu.^ 



lata lo his Lordship's itpprobatiun. 



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VIII. 

The Sociatv will oirculite nu BqoIm which are not in th« oaUlogu* of th* 
Booialy for Prouiotiiig Chriitian KuowleHg«, eicopt luoh •■ the Biihop ■hftll 
■pprova 

IX. 

llihallba competent to any member of the Society, to limit hie aabsoription 
to any one or mure of the obj'acta obove recited, which he may ba moat auxloua 
to promote. 



The Members of the Society in each Misaion, or in' each ^arinh of each 
Misaion, at the dincretion of the Mi«tionary,thallooqstitute.a Local Committee, 

XI. 

It ahall be competent to each Committee to recommend any of the above 
recited objectH to the apecial conaideration of the General Committee, in the 
uppropriation of the funda of the Society . 

Xll. 

The Society ahall hold ita Anniversary Meeting at Fredericton and Saint 
•John alternatelv ; at the latter place on the Thursday after the third Tuesday 
in January, and at the former place on the Thursday after the second Tueaday 
in February in each yeafr. 

XIII. 

The Committee of eaali Pariah or Mission sb&U hold an Annual Meeting, 
on aomo convenient day, previous to the Anniversary Meeting, when the re- 
commendation to the Uenetal Committee of special objeeta shall be determined 
(un. 

XIV. 

Rach Local Committee shall be empowered to depute two of ita Lay Members, 
to bu elected at the Annual Meeting of the Committee, to assist the Missionary 
iij i>ul)initting the recommendations of tjie Committee to the consideration of 
the General Committee. 

XV. 

For this pHrpose the Missionaries and the Lay Deputies shall meet in Gene-r 
ral Committee on the two days, or more if need be, previous to the Anniversary 
JMtieting, to make the annual appropriation of the funda of the Society. 

XVI. 

The Executive Committee shall meet either at Fredericton or Saint John, on 
the firiit Wednesday in January, on the day after the Annual Meeting, on the 
first Wednesday in'March, on the first Wednesday in June, aiid on the Wed' 
pesday after the first Tuesday in October. 

XVII. 

The Clergy are rennested to preach annually twoRermonsin their respective 
Churches, with a Collection on each occasion for the General Purposea of the 
Society. 

XVIII. 

No Article of the Constitution of this Society shall be rescinded, altered, or 
amended, except with the concurrence of two thirds of the Members present 
at a General Meeting: and notice of any motion shall he given at the Genera) 
Meeting previous to the one at which such motion is to be made. 



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BSrOBB THBT COMMBNOB BU81NBSI. 

Prbvxiit ua, O Lord, in all our doinp, with Thy moat graeiooa f«TOur : and 
fbrthar ua with thy oontinual help ; that in all our worlta, begun, continued, 
and ended in Thee^ we may glority Thv holy name, and finally by Thy mercy 
obtain ererlaating life, through Jeaua Cliriat uur Lord. Jlmtm. 

O Goi>, flrom whom all holy deairea, all good eounaela, and all worka of 
piety and charity do proceed, we beaeeoh Thoe to viait with thy favour our 
Sovereign Lady Queen Victoria ; and ao rule her heart that ahe may in all 
thinga aeek Thy honour and glory. Proaper with Thy bleaaing the deaignaof 
thia Society. Comfort with Thy grace thoae benefkotora who corn ibutetoita 
Bupport. Bleaa the ministry of Toy aervanta, the Clergy ; the endeavoura of 
all who ar» engaged in apreading the knowledge of true religion in the domi* 
nions of our Sovereign, and the laboura of thoae Miaaionariei^ who are pro« 
moting the aame in foreign parte. And may Thy Holy Spirit direct all our 
conaultationa to the advancement of Thy glory, aod the good of Thy Church, 
*through Jeana Chriat our Lord. Amen. 

O Mercifcl God, who haat made all n^en, and hateat nothing that Thou 
hast made, nor wouldeat the death uf a sinner, but that he ahould be converted 
and live : Have mercy upon ail Jews, Turks, Infidels, and Heretics, and take 
from them all ignorance, hardness of heart and contempt of Thy Word ; and 
ao fetch them home, blessed Lord, to Thy flock, that thev may be seved among 
the remnant of the true Israelites, and be made one fold under one Shepherd, 
Jesus Christ our Lord, Who liveth and reigneth with thee, and the Holy Spirlti 
one God, world without end. jfineit. 

OcR Father, which art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom 
(Bome. *rhy will be done in eartbi aa it is in heaven. «^Give ua thia day our 
daily bread. And forcive us our trespasses, aa we forgive them that trespaM 
againat ua. And leaa us not into temptation ; but deliver us firom evil : for 
thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. Jlmtn. 



VVHBM THE BUSINESS IS ENPBD. 

AtMioHTV God, Father of all mercies, we Thine unworthy servanta do give 
Thee most humble and hearty thanks, for all Thy ||oodnesa and loving kindneaa 
to us and to oil men ; more particularly for that providential aupport by which thia 
Society hath been enabled to spread abroad the knowledge or Thy sacred truth. 
But, above all, for '> hine inestimable love in the redemjption of the world bv 
Thy blessed Son; for the means of grace, and for the hope of |{lory, which 
Thou hast given us in the aame our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ : to whom 
with Thee and the Holy Gboat be all honour and glory, world without end.— 
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Thc Grace of our Lord Jestia Christ, and the love of God, and the PelloW' 
ahip of the Holy Ghost- be with us all, evermore. Amtm. 



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January 21i (bcitig the day apppointed for the Anniversary 
Meeting of the " Diocesan Church Society of New Bruns- 
wick,") the Clergy and Lay Deputies, assembled in General 
Cotumittee on the previous day, in the Female National School 
House at Saint John ; the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop 
of Fredericton, President of the Society, in the Chair. 

Clergy and Lay Deputiof attended from the following 
Committees: 

0r. Botirord and F. A. Wiggins, Eiq. 
J. A. Street and George Boteford, Eeqre. 
Hon. C. Simonde and J. Allan, Eaq. 
GeorK* A. Dibblee, Eiq. rEeari 

George Wheeler and W. D. W. Hubbard', 
Hon. A. E. Botaford and R. F. Hazen, Eiq. 
J. V. Thurgar, Eaq. 
O. D. Street and C. V. Fenter, Eaq. 
R. D. Wilmot, Eaq. and Mr. F. Coster, Jr. 
J. S. WetmoM and D. Pickett, Eaqrs. 
Walter Seovil aad V. White, EM]rs. 
h B. S. Raymond, Ew). 
A. C. Evanaon, Esq. 
John Jordan and W. DeVeber, Eaqrs. 
Mr. L PerluQs. 

B« Robinson and S. J. Seovil, Eaqrs. 
li. H. DeVeber and J. M. Robinaon, Eaqrs, 
Hon. Mr. Justice Street and Q. DeVeber, 
W. H. ScoTil, Esq. ADr. Wetmore. ^^ 
D. HaningtoD and G. R. Jarvis, Esq. 
Read thp Report of the Executive Committee.. 



Saint John, 


Rev. A. Stewart, 


Fredericton, 




Portland, 


Rev. R. Simonds, 


Woodstock, 


Rev. S. D. L. Street, 


Glenelg, 




Sackville, 


Rev. J. Black, 


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Saint Andrews. 




Carleton, 


Rev. F. CeaUr, 


Kiugaton. 


Rev. W. E. ScovH, 


Norton, 


Rev. W. SeovU, 


Springfield, 


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Sussex, 


Rev. ti. N. Arnold, 


Simonds, 


Rev. J. W. Disbrow, 


Petersville, 


Rev. J. BartboloQiew, 


Maugerville, 


Rev. J. M. SUrling 


Burton, 


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Gagetown, 


Rev. N. A. Coster, 


Kingiclear, 


Rev. E.J. W.Roberts, 


Shediae, 


Rev. Dr. Jarvis, 



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REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
In making the Report rvquireu of them by the Society, the Execu* 
tive Committee of the Diocesan Chitrch Society submit the following 
Abstract of the Reports of the several liocal Committees. 

SAINT JOHN, 

The Saint John Local Committee held their Annual Meeting on 
December 32d, when the Secretary submitted the following statement. 

* The Secretary of the Samt John Local Committee begs leave to 

* represent, that in accordance with a Resolution passed at the lost 

* meeting* the (lentlemen who were appointed to solicit subscriptions 

* have made their returns, from which the following statement is 

* compiled. 

* The number of Subscribers for the year is 590, of whom three are 
'Life Members, viz. Mrs. Ann Gilbert, Mrs. Wiggins, and Mr. Edward 

* Sears. 

* The aggregate amount subscribed is 

* -Of which the following amounts are limited^ 

* To Missionary Visits, - £21 

* ** Divinity Scholarships, ; 2 

• '' Sunday Schools, • • 4 

• " Books and Tracts, - - 6 

* '* Building and Enlarging Churches, 1 
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* Leaving for General Purposes, - • • ^230 18 

* The Members of the Committee being impressed with the belief 

* that a large number of persons in the Parish are unable to procure 

* sittings in either ofthe Churches, deemed it expedient, while engaged 

* in the work of collecting funds, to undertake aIso the task of making 

* such inquiries throughou*. their respective districts, as would enable 

* ihem to place before the Church Society some useful ii^formation on 

* this head. Want of time has prevented this wovk being fully carried 

* out, and the returns<are therefore not entirely accurate and complete. 

* It is believed that many hundred of persons are at this present time 
> debarred from attendance on the public worship of the Church.* 

The fullowing Resolutions were then passed : 
Ist. That the statement now read by the Sccietary be received, and 
« copy thereof forwarded to the Secretary of the Executive Committee. 
2J. That the Coinmiuee fur soliciting subscriptions be requested to 



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collect without delay th« respective amounts subscribed, and pay over 
the same to the Treasurer of the Local Committee on or before 
December 29th instant. 

3d. That the same Committee bo requested to continue to receive 
Subscriptions, and furnish a supplemental list to be laid before 'the 
General Meeting of the Society. 

4th. That Le Baron Botsford and Frederick A. Wiggins, Esquire.*, 
be appointed Lay Deputies to represent this Committee in General 
Committee. 

5ih. That Mr. Levi IL Waterhouse be appointed Treasurer, and 
George Whueler, Esquire, Secretary of the Committee for the ensuing 
year. 

« (^igned) George VVheeler, See*tf'. 



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FREDERICTON. 

The Fredt-rlGton Committee met on the 7ih December, and ap- 
pointed a Commilteo to collect the contributions for the vear. At a 
meeting on the 29th, the Coinmiitee reported that they. had obtained 
the following Subscriptions: '^ 

For General Purposes, 
" Clergy Widows and Orphans, 
" Parsonage Houses, 
** Divinity Scholaishipsi • • 

£131 6 6 

Taking into consideration the objects they should recommend to the 
GenernI Committee, it was resolved to suggest that as large an iiiipor> 
tation of Books be made this year as may be consistent with the 
mears of the Society, so that the Dopositories may alwayscontaln 
a considerable variety of those publications which have done, and are 
doing great good throughout the Province ; and an opinion was ex- 
Iji'ossed that the Depository at Frcdericlon should be placed on a more 
eihcient footing. 

Tlio thanks of the Committee are tendered t() the Society for the 
erunt made to it last year, wTiich was taken up chiefly in Books suit- 
able ftir theus« of SchuuU in connexion wiih the Church, including 
Bibles utid Prayer Books ; and a similar appropriation is requested 
this year, by meanb of wljioh the National School iu Frcdericton may 
be-pruvi«li d lur. 



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It WM resolved to recommend an application from New Maryland, 
for A grant in aid of the enlargement of the Church. 
. J. Ambrose Street, and GiCorge Botsford, Esquires, were appointed 
Lay Deputies to represent the Committee in Grenaral Committee. 

NEW MAEYLAND. 
The New Maryland Committee report a collection of ^5 9s. 3d, 
for the General Purposes of the Society ; request another small grant 
of Books for their Lending Library ; and request aid in the enlarge* 
ment of the Church. They propose making an addition by which 
nearly one third more accommodation will be provided, and solicit such 
aid from the Society as wilt enable them to complete the work during 
the ensuing summer, 

PORTLAND. 

At a meeting of the Portland Local Committee, it was resolved that 
the Honorable Charles Simonds, and Jacob Allan, Esquire, be their 
Lay Deputies to the General Committee. It was also Resolved, that 
A grunt of Books be solicited for the augmentation of the Parochial 
Lending Library, that object being looked upon as one of great im« 
portance, and from which much good may be anticipated. The sub> 
scriptions amount to £5Q ; of which ^10 4s. lOd. is limited to Mis* 
sionary Visits, and £1 Vis. -to the Widows and Orphans Fund. The 
Committee return their warmest thanks to the Society for the liberal 
grant of Books made to them last year. 



WOODSTOCK. 

The Woodstock Local Committee held their Annual Meeting on the 
8th December ; among the Resolutions then passed was the following : 
* Resolved, That this Committee ffewing the Church Society as a , 

* means for disseminating more generally the truths of the Gospel, and 
> the doctrines of oar Apostolic Church throughout this Diocese ; and 
<* believing that the prosperity of the Church depends in a great degree 

* upon unity of action among her meitibers, cannot but deem it not 

* only an imperative duty, but the highest privilege for all who are in 

* the full enjoyment of its ministrations, cordially to join their fellow 
*■ Churchmen in aid of a Society whose sole e0brts are directed to- 

* wacds securing the spiritual welfare of their fellow creatures.' 

The Committee return thanks for the grant of Books to their Paritih 



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and some adjacent Settlements, and having suggested the formation of 
a Depository at Woodstock, express a hope that they shall be again 
remembered at the next appropriation. 
, A. K. Smedes Wetmore and G. A. Bedeil, Esiqirires« are thS Lay 
Deputies from this Committee to the Generat Committee* 

CHATHAM. 

The Chatham Committee held their Annual Meeting on the 16th 
December, and passed the following Resolutions : 

1st. That the members of this Committee view with much satisfae> 
tion the increasing prosperity of the Church Society of this Diocese. 

2d. That the best thanks of this Committee be communicated to 
the Executive Committee for the liberal grant of Books made by them 
for the use of the Parochial Lending Library at Chatham. 

3d. That the thanks of this Committee be given to the Society foi^ 
the timely and liberal giants made in behalf of Saint Peter's, at Nelson, 
— a Church undertaken and nearly made fit for the celebration of 
Divine Service through the indefatigable exertions of the Beverand j. 
Hudson, the Visiting Missionary in this County. 

4.. That J. A. Street, and W. Carmen, Jun.^ Esquires, be the Lay 
Deputies from this Committee to the General Committee. 

The Reverend S. Bacon, in transmitting the foregoing Resolutions, 
recommends to the consideration of the Society the Stone Church 
about to be built in the Parish of Newcastle* 

GLENELG. 

The Glenelg Committee held their Annual Meeting on the 26(h 
December, and passed the following Resolutions : 

1st. That this Committee have great satisfaction in according their 
undihiinished confidence in the general management of the Church 
Society, and sincerely hope that nothing may occur to prevent the 
Society frpm enlarging the sphere of its benevolent labours, and be- 
coming the instrument of spreading in this Diocese, Evangelical Truth 
and Apostolic Order. 

2d. That there be respectfully urged upon the favorable consideration 
of the Executive Committee, the' propriety of making a liberal grant 
towards building a Stone Chweh in the Parish of Newcastle, now 
about to be undertaken. 

3d. That the Visiting Missionary, Reverend i. Hudson, be requested 



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to make a.iimely applicatlun fur a grnitt of suitable Books fortiie use 
of the Pariibioners. 

4th. That George Whreler, and VV. D* W. Hubbard, Esquires, be 
the Lay Deputies from this Gonimit'ee to the GcniRrat Committee, 

The Reverend J. Hudson, it) transmitting these Rosniutinns, ex- 
presses his hope that the contributions of the year will not fall short 
of those of the last ; solicits a gmnt of at least ^50, to meet his own 
in'ended donation of n similar sum, towards the proposed Stone Church 
in the Parish of Newcastle, where Divine Service is now perforined 
once a fortnight. *• He informs thb Socfiety that the ChUrcU at Nelsoii 
will be ready for Consecration earfy nekt summer ;• and concludes 
with offering to the Society his dutiful and hearty thanks forlheaif- 
sistance hitherto rendered to him in his humble labours on the Mira- 
michi, and assures its members that he has always endeavored to act 
at a faithful almoner of the means intrusted to his care< 



KICHIBUCTO. 

The Reverend T. N^ DeWolfe writesjon behalf of the Richibucto 
Committee, that the contributions amount to £12 Is. 2d. This being 
a larger contribution than that of last year, shews that their love for 
the Society, toid the great tvork in which it is engaged, has not grown 
coldt and that they are still willins; and ready to give soiiie assistance. 
He hopes the people of his charge will every year manifest an iu' 
creasing attachment to the Church Society, which iai calculated to do 
so much good, and is deserving of thc.r hearty co-operation ; and he 
has reason to believe that whenever an appeal is made to their liber- 
ality, they will gladly respond to it. He concludes with thanks for 
the Books granted last yeiir. 



SACKViLLiJ. 
Thetieverend J< Black writes on behalfof the Sackville Committee^ 
that he is requested to return thanks for the late grant of Books, and 
to solicit another during the present year. The Contributions amount 
to £15 2s. lOd. - ' - . 



DORCHESTfia. 
~ Mn Black, on behalf of the Dorchester, Committee also returns 
thanks for the grant of Books, and makes tho same request. The 
Contributions are £6 lis. lOd. 



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SAINT ANDRIJWS. 
Th« Reverend Dr. Alley forwards a list of Contributions from thd 
Saint Andrews Committee, amounting to ;£15 ; and observes that 
various other incidents which call upon the liberality of the congrega- 
tion prevent the Subscriptions being larger. The Committee, ho 
writes, among other Resolutions have passed one thanking the Society 
for the late grant of Books, and soliciting another. 6. D. Street, and 
C. V. Forster, Esquires, are the Lay Deputies from this Committee 
to the General Committee. 



SAINT STElPttfiflS. 

The Saint Stephens Local Committee held their Annual Meeting 
on 24th December, tho Reverend Dr. Thomson^ Rector, in the Chain 
Prayers having been read by the Curate, the Rev. Mr. Tippet, the 
Chairman addressed the meeting,, and concluded his address with an 
earnest entreaty that his people might suppoit, according to their 
means, the Diocesan Church Society. A report of the proceedings 
of the Local Committee was then submitUsd by the Slecretary^ Rev^ 
Mr. Tippet; and a series of Resolutions passed, .among them one in- 
structing the Lay Deputies to ask for aid towards enlarging the Parish 
Church by the aiddition of a Chancel. 

CARLETON. ' 

The Carleton Local Committee beg to feturn their thanks to th» 
Church Society for the grant of Books made to them, last year^ part of 
which were given to the National Schools^ and the remainder added 
to the Church Lending Library. They also express a hope that4hey 
may be permitted to share in the next distribution. They beg leave 
to recommend to the special consideration of the General Committee ' 
in the appropriation of the funds of the Society, tbe vei^ important 
object — ^*^ Aid to the building of Parsonage Houses ;'* as also the im- 
portation and circulation of as large a number of Books as the funds 
of the Society will admit of, comprising with the puhiieations of the 
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, such others not on 
the catalogue of that Society as the Bishop shall approve. To these 
objects the contributions of the Committee, which exceed those of last 
year in amount, are limited. 

R. Duncan Wilmotj Esquire, and Mr. F. Coster< Jon., are the Lay 
t)eputies fiora this Committee to the General Committee. 



KINGS.TON. 
The Kingston Local Committee at their Annual Meeting, December 
20th, passed the following Resolution : 
* That this Meeting bears its humble testimony to the usefulness of 

* the Chnroh Society, views with satisikction its gradual extension; 

* and indulges the hope that from the growing confidence in the ma- 

* nagenient ofits affairs tinder proper Episcopal supervision, the number 

* of its firiends will steadily increase, till every Churchman in the 

* Diocese shall be enrolled among its supporters.' 

The Committee recommend a grant of Books for the formation of 
a Lending Library at Whitens Point 

Justus S. Wetmore, fisquire, and Mr. Da^d Pickett, are the Lay 
Deputies from this Committee to the General Committee. 



HAMPTON. 
The Hampton Local Committee held their Annual Meeting on 26th 
t)ecember, and passed thtf following Besdlutions : 

* That the thanks of this Committee be given to the Society for their 

* liberal grant of ;f20 to the New Chapel at the French Village, and 

* for the late grant of Books. 

* That Dr. Eiarle and Robert S. Matthew, Esquires, be Lay Deputies 
from this Committee to the General Committee.* 

The Committee inform the Society that the exterior of the Chapel 
at the French Tillage is completed, and that the whole will probably 
be finished, and ready for Consecration by Midsummer. They solicit 
another grant of Books to increase their very useful PBroefaial Lending 
Library* 

The Contributions will exceed in amount those of last year. 



NORTON. 

The Norton Local Committee reporf, that having been obliged for 
the last three years to appropriate their funds to thf> liquidation of 
debts on the Parish Church, and the erection of a Chapel of Ease 
(tax which they asked nothing from the Society), are now happy in 
restoring them to their ori^nal channel. They report a Contribution 
6f ;^14, of which £2 are limited to the Widows and Orphans Fund ; 
and solicit a grant of Books for the Parochial Lending Library. 

MciSBrs. Joseph Siv«wright and Isaac B. S. Raymond, are the Lay 
Deputies from this Committee to the General Committee. 



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SPRINGFfELr. 
The Springfield Local Committee in thanking the Society for the 
late grant of Books, regret that they were unable to avail .themielvea 
'of it, there being no Books in the Depository which they bad not 
already in their Library, and express a hope that (he Society will 
enable them to add to their Library such works as may iucrease the 
growing thirst for informatioti on the doctrines and discipline of the 
Church.^ .They thank the Society for their liberal grant towards a 
Missionary for Springfield, and hope the Bishop will be enabled to 
supply the want of immediate pastoral supervision in that Parish during 
the present year. Messrs. Watter B. Scovil and Vincent White are 
the Ijay Deputies from this Committee to the General Committee. 



SUSSEX. 

The Sussex Local Committee return thanks for the late grant of 
'Books. The Contributions of the Committee are limited to " Building 
of Churches and Chapels." They request aid to building two 
Churches, <Mie at a distance of eighteen, and the other nine miles from 
the Parish Church, in places where Divine Service has inlherto been 
performed in a private :house. 



STUDHOLM. 
The Studhdlm Local Committee return thanks for the late grant of 
Books, and will be happy if the Society can furnish a few more to 
their Lending Library, ds they anticipate much benefit to the young 
people from proper publicatiohs being put into their hands. 



SIMONDS. 
The Simonds Local Committee report, that a meeting was held on 
December S3d, for the organizing the Same, agnesably to the 10th 
Article of the Constitution ; at which the following Besoluticnis were 



* 1st. It being the bounden duly of every member-of the Church to 

* use his utmost endeavours ta extend its beneficial influence as widely 

* as possible, and as there is in the Diocese a Society called the 

* "Diocesan Church Society of New Brunswick,** the objects of 

* which we cordit^Uy approve, and are desirous to promote ; therefore 

* Resolved, that a Local Committee of the said Society be now formed 



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* for the Parish of Simondt, and th«t the Subtcriben aow prea«<l(« 

* together with fuoh persona aa annually contribute any sum, howeveC 

* amall, to promote its objects, do cpnsthute the Local Committee.* 

The Officers of the Committee having been ehosien, John Jordan 
and William DeVeber, Esquires, were elected Lay Deputies from the 
Committee to the General Committee. 

The Committee express their thankfulness for the opportunity thus 
afforded them of becoming a part of the General Society, the bene* 
ficial effects of which they have already experienced, and do thank* 
fully acknowledge : and more especially so, when they bear in mind 
the many years which have elapsed during which they seldom heard 
the Word of God preached on the Sabbaih ; but now partly through 
the bounty of the Church Society, they enjoy the blessings to be 
derived from the attendance of a resident Clergyman among them, to 
administer the ordinances of the Church to all who are disposed to 
parta!<e of the same. 

The Committee return thanks for the late grant of Books, and solicit 
aid to the formation of a Lending Library : and further represent, 
that thoir Clergyman has not yet received aviy assistance from the 
Parishioners* towards his maintenance and support, and hope the So- 
ciety will liberally give their aid towards the Mission. 

The Contributions amount to £20,. 

HAMPSTEAD AND PETEBSVILLE. 
The Hampstead and Petersville Local Committee report a Contri- 
bution of nearly ;^8, and return thanks for the late grant of Books. 
They do not wish a repetition of this grant, but solicit aid to the 
repairs of the Churches of Saint Peter, Petersville, and Saint Stephen, 
Hampstead. 

MAUGERVILLE. 

The Maugerville Local Committee express their regret that their 

Subscriptions are far short of their zeal in the Society*s cause, having 

so lately incurred as heavy expense in building a Parsonage House. 

Their Contributions are limited to ** Building Parsonage Houses," 

and they beg leave to recommend their unfinished Parsonage House 

to the favorable consideration of the Society. They thank the So> 

eiety for the late grant- of Pooks, from 'which they have reason to 

hope much good will result, and beg that they may not be forgotten 

in the next distribution. 



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KINOSCLfiAB. 

The Reverend E. J. W. Boberts Writing on behalf of the Kifigscleai' 
Local Committee, returns thanks fo^ the late grant of Books which 
have been added to the Lending Library, and give uniVertal satisfeo- 
- tion. The grant to the Church in the uppor part of the Parish has not 
yet been drawn, the conditions of the Grant not hnving as yei bc6n 
complied with. The Parsonage Houjie has been completed princi* 
pally through the indefatigable exertions of George Lee, Esquire, of 
Bockburn, and the liberality of a few of the members of the Church. 

The Contributions this year are smaller in amount than those of 
the last, owing to pressing demands on other accounts, which though 
they do not come directly under the notice of the Committee, greatly 
affect their means of subscribing to its funda^ He solicits a grant in 
aid of the Parsonage House. 

Dr< Wetmore and William Henry Scovil, Esquires^ Lay Delegates^ 

STANLEY; 

1*he Stanley Local Committee congratulate the Sbeiety on the 
prospect of an increased Subscription for this year. They return 
thanks for thd Hie grants of Books which havd been found highly be* 
neficial to the Settlement i and request a further grant to carry out 
the object of the Society; 

B. D. James, and E. L> Wi^n, JBsquires, are appointed Lay De* 
puties of this Committee to the General Committeet 

GBAND MANAN: 

The Reverend James Neales in the name of the Oriaftd Manan 
Local Committee, requests the Society^to notice ihit their Contribu* 
tions increase iti amount every year, and (esipress a hop^ that they will 
latill be larger by the next Anniversary. He requests aid to an in* 
crease of their Lending Library; tidntributioijis amounting to £10' 18*. 
'j;sve bedn remittedt 

DOUGLAS. 

The JDouglas Local Coinmittee acknowled^ with thanks the lat* 
jgrant of Books. They regret that so little has been done among 
them in aid of the Society's fund», for which the reasons were stated 
fully in a former report. The wants of the P&rish are, they say, 



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urgent. A oonfidemble amount remftim due on the purchase of the 
Glebe and on the Parsonage House. Both the Church and Chapel 
require repain, alteration, and painting. Aid to either of these objects 
will enable the Parishioners to do more for the othen, and such aid 
will be tbankAilly received. Contributions to the amount of £5 hare . 
been raised. 



GAOETOWN. 

The Local Comiflittee 6f Gagetown met on I3th January, rr.d wHh 
mttbh satisifaction report a Contribution of jtfl9 18t. li<{., in addition 
to £1 128. 6({., the collection at the Sermon on 10th instant. This 
'Contribution is larger than on any former occasion ; and they attribute 
this to the1)cneftt8 derived from the Parochial Lending Library. Of 
these Contributions £7 lit. l^id. is limited to a supply of Books 
not on the Catalogue of the Society for Promoting Christian Know- 
ledge, to be selected by the Lord Bishop ; and £3 19$. to the building 
of Parsonage Houses. They solicit a small supply of Books for dis- 
tribution in the Pftrishof Waterborough, under the directionctf Samuel 
Scovil, Esquire. Aid is also requested to enable them to finish the 
Parsonage House of the Parish. 



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A collection (o the amount of ifflO Os. 9d. is reported in the Parish 
of Saint Mary, Nashwaak, and aid is requested to the building a 
Church therein. 

LANCASTER.^ 

T^ ReYerepd T. W. Robertson, on behalf of the Parish of Lan- 
^RSler»jrolic.iti^aid to the building of the Parsonage House ; also aid to 
jMiil^ing a Ch«^h at Pisirinco in that Parish, and further «id to the 
dhurcbes at Dipper Harbour and Manawagoaish in the same 
Parish. 

SHEDIAC. 
t^e.A^edi}^ LoqaI Committee retpoct a collection of about ;f8,and 
i;^u,ept jfid tpll^e support of a Missionary to reside at the Bend in the 
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Read tha Accounts of ths Treasurer, made up to December 91st 
laat. 

Read tht Aeoounfn of Om saIs! a«(i djatrilMitiop of th«i Bi9oks, im- 
ported by the SQci9ty. 

The following Resdutions of Appropriation were then passed : ' 
On motion of George Botsfi)rd, Esquire, seconded by the Hon. A. 

E. Botsferd, that the sum of Thirty<one Pounds being Uie sum limited 
for the present year to Missionary Visits, be placed at the disposal of 
the Executive Committee for that purpose. 

On motion of George Botsford, Esquire, secondedby the Hon. Mr. 
Justice Street, that the sum of Three Hundred Pounds be added to 
the Missionary Visits Fund. 

On motion of Frederick A. Wiggins, Esquire, seconded by Robert 

F. Hazen, Esquire, that the sum of Five Hundred Pounds be placed at 
the disposal of the Executive Committee for Missionary Visits to 
places where there is no settled Clergyman : or in the event of the 
proposed alteratioa in the Constitution being carried into effect, for 
Missionary Visits to plnces where there is no settled Clergyman, 
and aid to new and poor Missions. 

. On motion of George D. Street, Esquire, seconded by the Hon. 
the Chief Justice, that the sum of Five Hundred Pounds be placed 
at the disposal of the Executive Committee for the supply of Books 
and Tracts, in strict conformity with the principles of the Established 
Church;- Two Hundred Pounds value thereof for distribution, and 
the residue for sale ; and that it be an instruction to the Committee to 
comply, as near as may be, with the recommoBdations of the Local 
Committees. 

On motion of the Hon. A. E. Botsford, seconded by the Hon. Mr. 
Justice Street, that the sum of Two Hundred Pounds bo placed at the 
disposal of the Executive Committee for aid to the building and 



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•olarfing of ChurehM and Ch«p«Ii ; and that ft be an inatruotion to tha 
Committet to comply, aa near aa may ba, with the racoromendationa 
of tho Local Committeei. 

Or motion of the Hon. Mr. Ju«tice Street, aeoonded by Vincent 
. White, Esquire, that the aum of Two Hundred Pounds be placed at 
t^ disposal of the Executive Committee, for aid to the building of 
Panonage Houses ; and that it be an inatruotion to the Committee to 
comply, aa near •• may be, with the recommendations of the Local 
Conymittees. 

On motion of the Hon. Mr. Justice Strf^et, aeeonded by Vincent 
White, Esquire, that the sum of One Hundred Pounds be added to 
the Fund towarda the augmentation of the stipends of poor Clergymen 
—towards making a provision for those who may be incapacitated by 
age or infirmity— ond for the widows and orphana of the Clergy — and 
lowarda the education of the children of poor Clergymen. 

On motion, Besolved, That the thanks of the Meeting be presented 
to the LotA Bishop for his able conduct in the Chair. 

Committee adjournedt 



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SaiiU Johut January 2l§i, 1847. 

PRESENT. 
The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop, Preeident. 
The Hon. the Chief Justice, V. P. The Hon. A. E. BoUford, V. P. 
•« " C. J. Peten, Attorney V *^ Mr. Justice Street, V. P. 
General, V. P. , 

The Rev. Frederick Coster, Secretary. 



The Rev. II N. Arnold, 
•• " G. Jarvis, D. D. 
W. W. Walker, 
W. E. Seovil, 
J. W. Dinbrow, 
A. Stewart, 
E. J. W. Roberts, 
T. W. Robertson, 
W. N. Bowyer, 



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The Hon. the Chief Justice having moved that the Lord Bishop 
do take the Chair, His Lordship took the same, and addressed the 
Meeting. 

The Secretary read the Report of the Auditors on the Accounts of 
the Treasurer, shewing balances in favour of the Society amounting 
to upwards of ;? 1200 — and list of Parochial Contributions for the 
present year amounting to ;f 1100. Also the Minutes of the General 
Committee, held the previous day. 

1st. On motion of the Kev. H. N. Arnold, That the Auditors re> 
port now read, be received and entered on the Minutes. 

8d. On motion of the Hon Mr. Justice Street, That this Meeting 
does hdreby express its great satisfaction- at the prosperous condition 
of the Society, as set forth in the various returns submitted to the 
General Committee, and at the prospect which, under the Divine 
blessing, presents itself on all sides of greater and more extended 
usefulness. 

3d. On motion of John Ambrose Street, Esquire, Resolved, That 
this Meeting desires to express its satisfaction at the continued pros- 
perity of the sister Societies of Nova Scotia, Toronto, Quebec and 
Newfoundland. 

4th» On motion of the Hon. A. £. Botsford, Resolved, That the 



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Lord Bishop be requested to call a Special General Meeting of the 
Society, at an early day at Fredericton, to take into consideration : 

1st. The application proposed to be. made by the Executive Com- 
mittee to the Legislature, for an act to incorporate the Society, and 
to receive the draft prepaied by the Committee appointed for that 
purpose. 

2d. The carrying out the object intended by the creation of a Fund 
for the Widows and Orphans of the Clergy, by means of Insurances 
on the lives of the Clergy. 

3d. The appointment of Agents by the Executive Committee, to 
collect the voluntary subscriptions for the Clergy in such Parishes as 
receive benefit from'the exertions of the Society. And 

4th. That the following Gentlemen compose the Committee, — R. F. 
Hazen, George Wheeler, J. M. Bobinson, S. J. Scovil, J. V. Thurgar, 
and W. H. Buckerfield, Esquires. 

5th. On motion of Robert F. Hazen, Esquire, Resolved, That the 
following alterations be now made in the Constitution of the Society, 
pursuant to notice given at the last Annual Meeting : 

1st. By adding to Art. 4, sec. 1, after the words " settled Clergy- 
!pen" — the words following — " and aid to new and pobr Missions." 

2d. By erasing in Art. 4, the word ** twelve," and substituting 
therefor the word " twenty four." 

6th. On motion of George Wheeler, Esqnire, Resolved., That the 
thanks of this Meeting be given to William J. Bedell, Esquire, the 
Treasurer of the Society, the Rev. F. Coster, the Secretary, the Rev. 
E. J. W. Roberts, the Secretary of the. Executive Committee, and 
the Hon. A. E. Botsford, and R. F. Hazen, Esquire, the Auditors of 
Accounts, for the service rendered by them to the Society in their 
respective offices during the past year. 

7th. William J. Bedell, Esquire, was re-elected the Treasurer ; the 
Rev. F. Coster, the Secretary ; the Rev. £. J. W. Roberts, the 
Secretary of the Executive Committee ; Robert F. Hazen and Beverley 
Robinson, Esquires, the Auditors of Accounts. 

(9th. The following Gentlemen were elected Members of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee : 

John C. Allen, Esquire, Fredericton. 

Joseph H. Allison, Esquire, Sackville. 

George A. Bedell, Esquire, Woodstock. 

LeBaron Botsford, Esquire, M. D. Saint John. 






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WilKam Caraian, Junior, Jbaqnire, 
Nathaniel H. DeVeber, Esqaire, 
George J. Dibblee, Esquire, 
Allan C. Evanson, Esquire, 
Daniel Hanington, Esquire, 
James Robb, Esquire, M. D. 
John M. Robinson, Esquire, 
Hon. Charles Simonds, 
Joseph Sivewright, Esquire, 
Henry Bowyer Smith, Esquire, 
John Ambrose Street, Esquire, 
George D. Street, Esquire, 
Hon. J. W. Weldon, 
Thomas S. Wetmore, Esq., M. D. 
Justus S. Wetmore, Esquire, 
George Wheeler, Esquire, 
Frederick A. Wiggins, Esquire, 
Robert D. Wilmot, Esquire, 
Benjamin Wolhaupter, Esquire, 



'Miramichi. 

Gagetown. 

Fredericton. 

Sussex. 

Shediac. 

Fredericton. 

Saint John. 

Portland. 

Norton. 

Saint John, 

Fredericton. 
Saint Andrews. 
Richibucto. 
Saint John. 
Kingston. 
Saint John. 
Saint John. 
Carleton. 
Fredericton. 
Saint John. 



William Wright, Esquire, 

9th. On motion of the Secretary, Resolved, That the Executive 
Committee do meet to-morrow at 12 o'clock, at the National School 
House. 

10th. On motion of William Wright, Esquire, Resolved, That 
the Lord Bishop do leave the Chair, and that the Hon. the Chief Jus- 
tice be requested to take the same. And further 

Resolved, That the cordial thanks of this Meeting be most re- 
spectfully offered to the Lord Bishop for the excellent Seiraon? he has 
lately preached in behalf of the Society, for the assiduity with which 
he has kindly conducted the business of the Society, and for his able 
conduct in the Chair. 
• F. COSTER, Sec'y. 



the Ex- 



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EXTRACTS PROM T^E MINUTES OP THE EXECUTIVE 

COMMITTEE. 

Frederielotit March 4thy 1846. 
The following grants were made in ** Aid of Building and Enlarging 
Churches and Chapels," viz. : 

Ludlow, Rev. J. Hudson, 

Hampton, French Village Rev. W. W. Walke* 

Monkton, Bend, Rev. Dr. Jarvis, 

Kingsclear, Long^s Rev. E. J. W. Roberts, 

fcbufJlSaU IUv.H.F.Eu«n. 

To be paid when it is duly certified, that a Building has been 
erected on Land held in Fee Simple by, or for the use of the Church ; 
a*hd the Building enclosed. 

Johnston, English Settlement, ;f 10 ; to be paid when the Church 
is ready (br Divine Service. 

The following Grants were made out of the " Missionary Fund" 
fbr the following Parishes : 

Quee„sb„ry, ^60,fr„m J.„„.ry 1.., 1846. | J° j^ J^JLtett 
Lancaster, 50, April 1st, lii:„i,„„ „, :„ «oo« «r 



^15 





20 





25 





20 





20 





20 





12 10 





12 10 





22 10 





22 10 






Prince William, 60, - « « fSjln^l' ILT.!;^ 

Simonds, 30, « " " J J^acon 

The following Grants of Books were ipade to the following Local 
Committees: 

Saint John, Fredericton, Woodstock, Portland, ;f 10 each. 

Saint Stephens, Saint Andrews, Chatham, £8 each. 

Gagetown, Maugerville, Barton, Sackville, Kingsclear, £1 eaoh.« 

Kingston, Glenelg, Prince William, Sussex, £6 each. 

Hampton, Richihucto, Carleton, £5 each. 

Stanley, Springfield, £4 each. 

Dorchester, New Maryland, £3 each. 

Shediac, £2 10«. 

Also, the following Special Grants : 

Richmond, Jacksoatown, Blackville, Nelson, Ludlow, Chamcook, . 
jC2each. 



£ 



'-• 



f 



JTIVU 

^846. 
klarging 










10 
10 

10 
10 

s been 
hurch ; 


















/burch 



u» 









i, V 



27 

Vititing MiMiontryi Bet. J. Hudion, ^. 

Portland, additional, ;f6 lOf. 

Resolved, That DepoHitories for thei sale of Boohs belonging to the- 
Society be formed at Fredericton and Saint John : and that the foU 
lowing be a Committee to establish and direct the Depository at 

Fredericton ; the Lord Bishop, the Archdeacon, Rev. E. J. W, 
Roberts, the Master of the Rolls, Dr. Robb, and G. J. Dibblee, Es. . 
quire. 

Saint John: the Lord Bishop, Rev. L W. D. Gray, Rev F. Coster, 
Rev. W. Harrison, R. ^. Hazen, W. Wright, and J. M. Robinson^ 
Enquires. 

And that the Books imported be equally divided between the two 
Depositories. 

Resolved, That B. Wolbaupter, G. Botsford, and W. J. Bedell, 
Esquires, be a Committee to invest in Xianded Security the sum set 
apart at the General Meeting for the '^ creation of a Fund towards 
the augmentation of the stipends of poor Clergymen.^* &c. 

Saint John., June 3(2, 1846. 

Resolved, That the several Depository Committees throughout the 
Province have the right, subject to the approval of his Lordship the 
Bishop, to select the Books to be imported for the Depositories re- 
spectively, to direct the sale of the Books, the place of Deposit, and 
everything connected with the management and direction of those 
Depositories, to the amount from^ time to time to be allowed by the 
Society for sale. 

Books to the amount of £8 15«, were granted to the Grand Ma- 
Aau Local Committee. 

The following Special Grants were alio made : 

Waterborough, Rev. A. Wood, £3. 

Douglas, Rev. J. Dunn, £2. 

Chipman, Mr. Ketchum, £3. 

Fetersville and Hampstead, Mr. Bartholomew, £2 each. 

Lancaster, Rev. T. W. Robertson, £2i. 

Ordered, That it be intimated to the Gentlemen above named, 
that the Coniqaittee hope that Contributions will be remitted to the 
Society from' those places in subsequent years. 

Resolved, That the sum of £65 be placed at the disposal of the 
Lord Bishop, for Special Missionary Visits to the Tobique, the Nash* 
waak, and the West side of the Grand Lake. 



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1 il 

1 I • 



F^tderifilontOaalerlth, 1840. 

The Archdeacon presented an Accoar of Travelling Expenses, 
amounting to £18 I4s. Id., incurred by the Bev. J. S.. ThoEMon, 
Travelling Missionary) which was ordered, to be paid. 

Books to the value of ^ 5s. were granted to the Parish oi'Simonds. 

Saint Johttf January 6<A, 1847. 

The Secretary was requested to prepare the Report to be made by 
the Executive Committee to the General Committee. 

The several Depository Committees were requested to make up 
their several lists of Books for importation, aid forward the same to 
the Bishop for his Lordship*s sanction, prior to the next meeting of 
the Executive Committee. 

Resolved, That the Rev. A. Stewart, and the Rev. R. Simonds, be 
added to the Depository Committee at Saint John, in the absence of 
the Rev. I. W. D. Gray, and the Rev. W. Harrison. 

Resolved, That the Rev. F. Coster, R. F. Hazen, W. Wright, and 
J. M. Robinson, Esquires, be a Committee to prepare an application 
to the Legislature for the incorporation of the Society,.the same to be 
subntttted to the General Meeting. 

Saint Johtit Jatiuary ^find^ 1847. 

The following Grants were made out of the " Missionary Fuiid" 
in '* Aid of new and poor Missions/' 

Simgnds, ;?30 ) 



60 I To be paid quarterly, on the 1st day of the 

60 I Months of April, July, October^ and January 

50 I next ens'iing, on the certificate of the liord 

50 ^Bishop '.hat the services have been performed 

respectively to his Lordship's satisfaction, or in 

the absence of the Bii^hop, on alike certificate 

of the Archdeacon's. 



50 
60 
40 
50. 



Springfield, 

Prince William, 

Lancaster, 

Monkton, 

Queensbury, 

Hopewell, 

Stanley, 

Restigouche, ou.j 

For a Travelling Missionary, ^0 ; to be paid in such sums, and 
at such times as the Bishop shall appoint, uid on a lil^e certificate. 

The following Gronts of Books were made to the following I^coal 
Committees: 

Saint John, Fredericton, Portland, Wood$tock, £8 15s. each. 

Chatham, £7 17». «(l. 

Saint A.. draws, Kingston, ;^ each. 

Saint Stephens, Hampton, Gag^own, £6 Us. 6d. each. 



1 



ExpiODMS, 

Thomson, 

Simondfl. 

1847. 

e made by 

make up 
B same to 
leetbg: of 

nonds, be 
)sence of 

ight, and 
>pHeation 
ime to be 

1847. 

y Fund" 



y of the 
January 
he liord 
rformed 
on, or in 
rttficate 



ns, and 

;ate. 

[IfOoal 

h. 



Norton, Simonds, Sackville, Carleton, Burton, £& 69. each. 

Maugerville, Richibucto, d?4 7t. 6d. each. 

Springfield, Sussex, Stanley, 3J. 10«. each. 

Nashwaak, Dorchester, Petersville, Kingselear, Prmce William, 
Andov6r, 3?. Is. Sd. each. 

Shediac, New Maryland, Olenelg, Grand Manan, Dougtks, Stud< 
holm, 22. 128. 6d. 

Bathur8t,3;. Ss, 9d. 
With the following : 

Waterborough, Newcastle, Nelson, Blackville, 12. lbs. each. 

Westfield, Greenwich, Lancaster, Ludlow, and Canning, &c' 
17«. 6d. each. 

The residue reserved for Grants to the Visititig Missionaries, and 
for Special Distribution. 

The following Grants were made in '* Aid of Building and En- 
larging of Churches and Chapels.'* 

Lancaster, Manawagonish, £10 \ To be paid on demand, with a 
Saint Mary's, 20 \ certificate that the land is se- 

Waterborough, Young's Cove, 20 j cured. 

T, , . ^ XT -M 1 J .riA ) On certificate that the enlarge- 
Fredencton, New Maryland, £10 I .^ completed and the land 

Samt Stephens ^^ J secured. 

» . T\' tr 1- wpiaI On certificate that the Church is 

Lancaster, Dipper Harbour, rflO ( ^om jetely finished both external- 
Monkton, Bend, 20 > j ^^ ^ internally, and the land se- 

Samt Martin's, Quaco, *^j cured. 

Newcastle, d^l On certificate that a Building has been 

Sussex, No. 1, 20 I erected on land held in fee simple by, or 

Sussex, No. 2, 20 | for the use of the Church, and the exter- 

Lancaster, Pisirinco, 10 J nal walls completed. 

The Grant in 1844 to Prince William, for Magundy Chapel, to be 
paid on demand with the usual certificate. 

The following Grants were made in " Aid of Building Parsonage 
Houses." 
Maugerville, ;f25'} 



Kingselear, 35 



To be paid on certificate that the House is buiU 



Gagetown, 25 >on land held in fee simple by, or for the use of 

Lancaster, 35 the Church. 

Douglas, 



35 
203 



90 . 

Ordered, That tfte foUowing AceounU be ptid : 

fi. B. Peters Eiquirei Expeneei of Depoeitory, " jf i 1 lO 

Ro'iert Smith, Expemeis of Meetings^ * • • . 18 6 

Rev. F. Cdster, Poatagesi > » • • . 7 3 

Rev. E. J. W. Roberts, Travelling Expenses, . 3 14 9 

Resolved, That R. F. Hazen, B. Robinson, and H. B. Smith, Es- 

tquires, be a Committee to assist the Secretary in preparing such 

Printed Forms and Blanks as may be rendered necessary by the 

increased business of the Society^ 






>^ . 



n 1 Id 

1 2 6 
7 3 
3 14 9 

nitb, Es* 
ring such 
7 by the 



"If.. 



^ i\ 



Ho. I. Generai Fkmd. , 
the Churob Society or New Brunswich in Account with W. J. Bedell, Treasurei'< 



Dr. 

1846. 

Feb. ]0. Paid for Candlei, for 

tho Annual Meetinnii 

184&.6, . . £1 

" 7. Miaaionary Fund Ap- 
propriation tranaferred, 460 
" 7. Fund for reliefofCler- 

men, &e.. Appropriation 

tranaferred, 100 

March 30. Am't paid for Bill 

£412]7a.8tg.forBook8, 500 
April 6. Am't paid for Printing 

10th Report, W. L. Avery, 35 
June 3, Am't transferred to - 

Miaaionary Visita Fund, 65 
" 24. Postage to date, 

July 30. Am't paid Grant to 

Church in Canning, 15 

Aug. 29. Am'k paid Grant to 

Church at Di^p'r Harbor, SO 
Sept 15. Am't paid Grant to 

Church at Riveire dea 

Chutes, 
Dee. 22. Paid Grant to Church 

at Manawoganiah, 
" 28. Am't paid by Rey. F^ 

Coster, at Treasury, 
" 28. Am't paid by Rev. F< 

Coster, TtaTeUing Ex- 

Senses, 
B. Am't paid by Rev. F. 
Coster, Postages and Sta- 
tionery. 
" 31. Am't paid Postage to 
date. 



3 3 











4 7i 







6 13 4 

10 

5 



17 



1 19 6 



Balance 



809 



2 6 

5 11 






6 






6 





9 



d 11 



25 10 
1 
1 
8 3 
1 



1846 Cr^ 

Feb. 7, By balance due per Account 

rendered, £1177 4 8^ 

"• 9, Amount received flrom 

Saint Andrews, 2 

«' " Hon. J. S. Sannders, 10 
" *' Frederieton, Sobaorip. 10 
" •' Col. Christ's Church, 
' Frederieton, 8th Feb. 
" " George Botsford, Esq. 
" lO.lUT.Mr. Roberu, 
" " " Mr. Ketobum, 
" 11. Greenwich, 

" " Mangerville&Bnrtrn,34 18 
" 27. Hon. W. Botsford. 2 

' A. E. Botsford, 1 

June 8. Coi. in Maug erville, 46a. 

and Burton, 33s. 9d. 3 18 
" <« Maryland. 81a. 8d. and 

Kmgsclear, 50a. 
" 9. Greenwich 30a. and 

Gogelown, 64s. 9d. 4 
" 10. Carleton, St. John, 3 
" 18. Woodstock, 4 

" " Frederieton, 10 

" 13, Norton and Springfield, 6 
" 16. Saint John, 
'• 33, Sackville, 
July 3. Stanley, £7 14a. do. Of- 
fertory, £1 13s. 8d. 9 
«' Weslfield 40s., King- 

aton, 108s. 
"11, Shediac, 
« " Add. from Carleton, 
•' " Hampton, 
<• " SuBsex, 
" " Stodholui, 
*' 23, Canning and Chipman, 1 
" 3). Miramichi(Mr. Bacon) 13 16 4 
Ang.3. Douglas^ 1 14 11 

•• 19.Miramichi(Mr.Had8on)3 6 9 
Sep< 16. Riehibncto, 8 10 6 

Nov. 85. Treasurer, Books aold 

by him, 32 19 It 

Dee. 9. Grand Manan. 3 18 3 

" " Do. Offertory, 8 

" 25, Do. 5 15 

" " Rer. F. Coater, for 
Books, 



14 


4 
1 

•2. 
41 lor 8 

5 8 6 



9 
O 
6 
8 




7 8 



7 
1 

4 



1 16 
17 





7 

6 

6 



1 10 



6. 
.0 



8 15 



£1490 6 m 
Janiury 1, 1847. By Balaaee broaght down. 



£1420 16 H 
£809 6«. llif. 



sa 



iVo.II. Thi MiMtUmarp Fimd. 



!ii 



Dr. The Miitionary Fund In Atco 
1846. 

April 3. Paid Rev. J. Hndion for e. 
peuMi, • £84 15 

«« 7. J>aid R«v. H. F. Rnnell, 
one quarter's salary as 
Curate of Queeosbury, 15 
June 16. Paid Rev. S. M'Givern, 

aiipond, SO 
July 21, Paid Rev. T. W. Ro- 
bertson, stipend, 12 '10 
Aug. 4. Paid Rev. J. W. Bi»- 

brow, stipend, 7 10 

<• 10. Paid Mr. Jafftey, «• 3 15 
Sept. la Rev. H. F. Russell, 16 
Oct. 8. Paid Rev. J. S. Thom- 
son's expenses, to 1st 
October, 1845, 16 14 

Paid Rev. H. F. Rus- 
sell, stipend, 15 
Rev. J. W. Disbrow, 15 
" T. W. Robertson, 12 10 
•• J. Elwell, 15 
Dec. 21. Paid Mr. JlfiVey, 3 15 
Balance, 854 7 



int with Wm. J. Bedell, Treasurer. Cr. 
1846. 

Jan. 21. By balance of account ren- 
dered, £494 3 10 
Feb. 7. » General Fund, 

Appro, trans'd, 450 
June 3 ** Amount placed 
at the disposal of the 
Lord Bishop for spe- 

.cialMissio'y Visits, 65 
Dec. 31. Amount of interest 

aocumulated to date, 23 13 9 





£1032 16 7 £1033 16 

January 1, 1847. By Balance' brought ^forward, £854 7$. id. 

No. m. Fund set apart for IHitinity Schoiarihips. 
1846. Feb. 2. Amount on hand at date, • £S7 17 4 

Dec. 31. Interedt accumiilated on same to date, S 1 8 



Amocnt due to this Fund, 



£29 19 



IVb. IV. Fund for the rtlief of Clergymen's Widows and Orphans, 

1846. Feb. 7. Amount transferred from General Fund, JflOO 

Dec. 3L Accumulated Interest to date, -5 7 6 

Amount due to this Fund, • ;C105 7 6 

Ahairaet Account. 
The Diocesan 'Church Society with the Treasurer. 

LIABrUTIES. 

1846. Dec. 31. Balance at the credit of General Fund, ;C209 5 11 

" " " Missionary Fund, 864 7 4 

" « " Divinity Scholarship*, 39 19 

'* Clergymen's Widows and Orphans, 105 7 6 



^1808 19 9 



33 



reaaurer. Cii. 

eoount ren- 

£494 3 10 
Dd, 

'd, 450 
eed 

rui« 

•pe- 

t>> 65 

lat 

t«» 83 12 9 



1038 16 7 
4d. 




5 11 

7 4 

19 

7 6 

19~^ 



ASSETS. 

1846. Dec. 31. Mortgages . . . . 
Notes of Hand, Interest included, 
Cash on hand, 



Frederictonf N. B., 2l8t Decemher^ 1846. 



jf200 C 

421 9 6 

- 587 10 9 

£iWd 19 4 



No.y. Report of f he Auditora of Account*. 

The Auditors of Accounts report, that they have had under their 
consideration the Accounts of the Treasurer for the past year, and 
likewise Accounts from Edward B. Peters, Esquire, in charge of the 
Book Depository in Saint John, and from the Secretary, for the 
amount of Books supplied to the Local Committees under g rants of 
the Executive Committee, and have examined the same. 

The Accounts are as follow : 

TSEASUQEU^S ACCOtJNTS. 

No. 1. Contains the statement of the General Fund of the Society 
to 31st December last, and is made up as follows : 
He credits 
Balance in hand, per last account, • - ^1 177 4 8^ 

Received during the year for subscriptions, and the . 
proceeds of collections ailer the Sermons in Jiine last, 317 16 6 
Cash for Books sold by Treasurer, • - • 22 19 11 
•• Secretary, - • - 2 15 



u 



He charged 
Amount transferred to Missionary Fund, i£450 
" to Fund for relief of pdor Glier- 

gymen, - - - 100 
Exchange i£412 17«. stg., sent for Books, 500 







£1420 16 1$ 



15 

20 

6 

10 







13 





85 
65 

0. 



4 

0—51 
1- 

1 
1 
5 

















Printing 10th Report, 
Transferred to Missionary Fund, 

Grants to Churches, viz. 
Canning, granted in 1843y£ 
Dipper Harbour, 1846, 
Rivieir des Chutes, 1845, 
Mahawogdnlsh, 1846, 
Expenses Meetings 1845-6, 
Postages, Treasurer, 
Postages and Stationery, Secretary, 
Travelling Expenses, " 

Duty on* Books, - - 

Shewing a balance to the credit of this Fuhd, of i^i209 5 11 
The sum of ;6^65, charged as transfbrf^ to thie Missionary Fund, is 



13 
3 
7 

19 
7 




4 
3 

1* 

6 



0—1211 10 



2* 



34 

incorrect, and must be restored ; and therefore the true balance in 
the Treasurer's hands to the credit of the General Fund is jC274 6i. 
lid. No vouchers for the payments made for Churches and printing 
ore forwarded, but the amounts ore allowed on the certificate of the 
Secretary that the respective payments have been made within his 
knowledge. 

No. 2. Is «t statement of the Missionary Fund. The Treasurer 
credits the b.ilance in hand of last account, • i£494 3 10 

Appropriuiiun February 1846, • • - 450 , 

Amount placed at the disposal of the Lord Bishop for 
Special Missionary Visits, • • • • 65 

Interest accumulated to 31st December, 1846, 23 12 9 

.£1M2~1?"7 
He charges 
Cash paid Rev. Mr. Hudson for expenses, i^4 l5 2 
** Rev. J. S. Thomson's expenses, , 

to October 1845, • • • • 18 14 1 

Various Salaries and Stipends to Clergy- 
men, and to Mr. JafTrey, «^ • 135 '^ 0— 178 9 3 

Balance, ;f854 7 4 

The ^65 above mentioned must be placed to the credit of the 
General Fund; and the gross amount to the credit of the Missionary 
Fund in ^jie Treasurer's hands must be stated at £967 I6i. Id, No 
vouchers whatever accompany this Account. The Auditors are 
aware that certain amounts have been granted by the Cxecutive 
Committee to the several Parishes for 8alaries,.where the Clergymen, 
whose names appear in the Treasurer'« Accounts, have been sta- 
tioned, and that an order of the Committee was passed for the payment 
of the expenses of the Rev. J. S. Thomson, and have no doubt that 
these payments, as well as those (o Mr. Jafircy, have been duly made ; 
but the Treasurer is not entitled to take credit for the same until the 
proper vouchers therefor are produced. 

No. 3. Is the Treasurer's statement of the Fund set apart for esta- 
blishing Divinity Scholarships at King's College, Fredericton, and 
shewing at the credit thereof the 31st December, 1846,' £39 19 

No. 4. Is a statement of the Fund towards the augmentation of the 
Stipends of poor Clergymen &;c., and for Widows and Orphans of the 
Clergy &c., shewing at the credit thereof on Slst December, 1846, 
the sum of • ... . . ;ei05 7 6 

No. 5. Is the Treasurer's Account for Books placed in his hands 
for sale. He credits 

Books on hand February 1846, • - £40 6 5 

Cash received for sale of Books, • • , 7 17 9 



Carried forward^ 



^48 4 2 



'e Treaaiirep 
^494 3 10 
450 

65 
23 12 9 



178 9 3 

resT"? 4 

'edit of the 
' Missionary 
P*..7</. No 
uditors are 
5 (Executive 
Clergymen, 
' been sta- 
tue payment 
doubt that 
luly made ; 
le until the 

rt for esta* 
'cton, and 
m 19 

ion of the 
lans of the 
•er, 1846, 
05 7 6 

his hands 

10 6 5 

7 17 9 

8 4l 



Brought forward, • • • jC18 4 2 

He charges 
Commission paid E. B. Poters, Esquire, on sale of Books, 

Saint John, ^l 17 

-Paid Freight of Books in 1845, • . 2 6 

Books delivered Rev. H. F. Russell, • 17 

" " " W. Q. Ketchum, 5 6 

•• " " J. Hudson, . 7 15 3 

" " Mr. Akerley, Fredericton Dop. 14 7 

Cash paid to the credit of the General Fund, 22 19 1 1--48 4 2 

The sum of £2Z Ids. 11(7. appears at the credit of the Society in 
the General Fund Account. The charges of £1 17«. and 2a. 6d. 
are satisfactory. A voucher is required ^r the Books delivered to Mr. 
Akerley, and the authority for the delivery of the others as charged. 

The Accounts of the Collections made by the several Local Com- 
mittees not having been received in time for the Officers of the Society 
to make up the statements shewing the amounts collected, the Au- 
ditors are not enabled to exhibit a statement of the disposable Funds 
of the Society. To remedy this inconvenience in future, it is recom- 
mended that the Local Committees should make their Collections each 
year prior to the 1st December, and that the return thereof be mado 
to the Secretary, and the monies collected paid to the Treasurer by 
the middle of the month. 

It is also suggested that all Vouchers for payments, accompanied 
with a reference to the authority under which the same are made, be 
sent with the Accounts to be audited, to the Auditors as soon afier the 
Ist January in each year os possible. 

The Auditors submit for the consideration of the Society a form of 
Account, to be rendered by the Treasurer yearly, whereby a foil 
statement of the Funds of the Society will appear. 

No. 6. Is a statement of the Books sold by E. B. Peters, Esquire, 
Saint John, to the 31st December last, shewing as received by him 
therefor the sum of - - - • ^81 3 8 

No. 7. Is a list of the Books remaining in the Depository at Saint 
John, on 31sl December last, the value of which may be stated at 
about the sum of , . . - £159 

There is no return from the Depository, Fredericton. 

No. 8. Is the return of the Secretary of the amount of Books or- 
dered to be supplied by the Executive Committee to the several Local 
Committees, and of the amounts taken up under those orders, viz. : 

Or Jers in favor of Local Committees, 1845, - ;e7 

^« « " 1846, - 200 

Jff207 ~0 
183 2J 

- - je23~19~^ 



Amount of Books taken up, 

Due to Local Committees in Books, 



The amount of Books sent to the Frodericton Depository for sale 
is slated by the Secretary to be • ;€207 6 8 J 

Respectfulljf tubmitted. 



2Ut January, 1847. 



A. E. BOTSFORD, \ A*M^H^, 

Robert F. HAZBi, ) ^^^^*^*' 



No. VI. Schedule of Appropriations made by the Executive Committee. 



1838 
March 6, 



Aug. 13, 



Oct. 9, 



1839 
March 9, 



June S3, 



8tudvill«, 

New Bandon, 

JacksontowD, 

Norton, 

New Marjland, 

KlnsatoD, 

SpringAeld. 

Saint Stephen'!, 

Sutaex Vale, 

Frederieton, 

Oundaa & W. 

Brunawiok Ik 8, 

Saint Abdrowa, 

Waterborough, 

Woodatook, 

Grand Manan, 

Fr<>dericton, 

Weitfield, 

Greenwich, 

Saint George'*, 

Saint Andrew'a, 

Greenwich, 

Kingaclear, 

Jackaontown, 

Norton, 

Richibuoto, 

Weidford, 

Kingston, 

Chatham, 

Saint Patrick's, 

Kiugsclear, 

Woodstock, 

Woodstock, 

Kingston, 

Springfield, 

Sussex, 

Butternut Ridge, 

Hampton, 

Norton, 

Gondola Point, 

Westfield, 

Greenwich, 

Gagetown, 

Grand Lake, 

Sackville, 

Shediac, 

Chatham, 



£ 


» 


d 


10 








80 








80 








10 








80 








4 








4 








4 








4 








4 








5 








3 








4 


d 





8 








8 








S 








2 








5 








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3 





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4 


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Completing a Chapel, 

Building a Church, 

Building a Church, 

Enlarging the Church, 

Building a Chapel, 

Books, 

The aame, 

The same, ' 

The same. 

The same. 

The same, 

The aame,' 

The same. 

The same, 

The aame, 

The aame. 

The same. 

The same. 

The same, 

The same, 

The aame. 

Rebuilding the Church, 

Building a Church, 

The same. 

Enlarging the Church, 

Building a Church, 

The same. 

Enlarging the Church, 

Books, 

The same 

The same. 

The same, 

The same, 

The same. 

The same, 

The same. 

The same. 

The same, 

The aame, 

The same. 

The aame. 

The same, 

The same, 

The same. 

The same. 

The same, 

The same, 



u 



87 



|ry for sale 
idiboTi, 



^otntnillee. 



1839 
Jum99, 



1840 
May 16, 



fch, 



ircit, 
cb, 



Richibueto, 

Waldibrd, 

Campo Btllo, 

0«int Andraw'tt 

Saint BMphan'a, 

Prino* Williain A D. 

Fr«d«d«U>D| 

Portlaad, 

GarUtoiif 

Greanwioh, 

KinfMlew, 

Nortoo, 

StndfiU*. 

Qraod Maoan, 



1841 
March 13, 



Aug. 12, 



I* 



Dundaa, 
tt 

Skint PaUiok'a, 
tt 

8. W. Miramicbi, 
tt 

Carleton, 
Bay de V«rto, 
Frederieton, Sto, 
Woodalack, &c. 
Prime Williain, &o. 
Saint Andrews, &e. 
Saint Slephena* Ac. 
Chatham, dkc. 
Weatfield, d^c. 
Kingaton, Ac. 
Hampton, &c. 
Suisex, &o. 
Waterboroucli, tfco. 
Ricbibucto, See. 
Hagetown, &c. 
Carloton, 
Portland, 
Grand ManaO) 
Sackvilte, 
Shediac, 
Carleion, 
Loch Lomond, 
Glenelc, 
Cham#>ok, 
Frcderhcton, dec. 
Woodatock, &c. 
Tobique, Sus. 
Kingiton, &o. 
H^pton, &c. 
Susaex, &c. , 
Gagetown, &c. 
Grand Lake, 
Weatfield, &c. 
Carleton, 
Portland, 

Saint Andre W8,&c. 
Saint Stephens, &,c. 
Grand Nonan, 



£3 
3 
3 
» 
4 
5 
8 
9 

a 

7 









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16 



17 15 
5 U 



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35 
95 
90 
90 

20 

30 

30 

15 

10 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 














14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
3 14 
3 14 
9 16 
9 15 
9 15 
9 



9 

2 

9 

10 



20 

7 



9 10 
4 5 



2 

9 



10 




9 10 
5 



3 
3 
3 
3 
5 
7 



5 




10 



94 10 
15 

















































4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

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4 

9 

9 

9 

8 

8 

8 

8 









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Booka, 
Tba aama, 
Tha samo. 
Tha aame, 
The same, 
The sane, 
The - at , 
The - 
The "u 
Rebuii 'Ilk 
BuiM 
En'uf.'i; 



r»C*!i< 



r n 



UmiI> >v'aChareh, 
Rt !<ldiog tha Church, 

Ditto, 
Buildinc a Church, 

Ditto, 
Tha aama. 

Ditto, 
Tha same. 

Ditto, 
enlarging tha Chureb, 
Buildinc a Church, 
Prayer Booka and Testa- 
Tha same, [manU. 

The same. 
The same, . 
The same, 
The same. 
The same, 
Tha aame, 
The aame,, 
The aame. 
The same. 
The same. 
The same, 
The same. 
The same. 
The same. 
The same^ 
The same. 

Enlarging tlio Church, 
Completing the Church, 
Enlarging the Church, 
Building • Chapel, 
Books, 

The same, , 

The same. 

The same, • 

The same. 
The same. 
The same, 
The aame. 
The same, 
Tne aame,. 
The same, 
Th» same. 
The same. 
The same, 



3@ 



1841 
Aug. 12, 

1843 

July 6, 



Sept. 27, 



1843 

Feb. 8, 

March 13, 



Nov. I, 



' Chatham, dui. 


£3 10 





Book's, 


Miramiehi River, 


4 


5 





The same, 


Bathurst, 


3 








The same. 


Shqdiac, 


4 


5 





The same, 


Sackville, 


4 


5 





The same. 


Obamcook, 


20 








Finishing the Church, 


New Bandon, 


20 








Finishing the Church, 


Glenolg, 


15 








Enlar|;ing the Church, 


Kingston, 


20 








Buildmg Church L. Reach, 


Tobique, 


25 








Building the Church, 


River de Chute, 


20 








Building the Church, 


Jackson Town, 


5 








Finishing the Church, 


Second Westcock, 


16 13 


4 


Building the Church, 


Prince Wiliiam, 


16 13 


4 


Building a Chapel, 


Nelson, 


16 13 


4 


Building the Church, 


Andover, 


5 








Books, 


Bay Verte, 


3 








The same. 


Chatham, 


6 








The same, 


Carloton, 


5 








The same. 


Frederirton, 


10 








The same, 


Gagetown, 


5 








'I'he same. 


Glenelg, 


5 








The same, ' 


GondalQ Point, 


4 








The same. 


Grand Lake, 


3 








The same. 


Greenwich, 


3 








The same', 


Hampton, 


6 








The Fame, 


Kingston, * 


6 








The same, 


Kingsclear, 


5 








The same, 


Nerepis, 


3 








The same. 


Norton, 


3 








The same, 


Prince William, 


3 








The same, 


Springfield, 


8 








The same, 


Saint Stephens, 


6 








The same. 


Sussex, 


6 








The same. 


Saint Andrews, 


6 








The same, 


Sadtvitle, 


5 








The same, ' 


Saint Patricks, 


4 





6 


Tho same, 


Shediao, 


3 








The same, 


Woodstock, 


6 








The same. 


Westfield, 


3 








The same, 


Cocaigne, 


20 








Finishing the Church, 


Richmond, 


10 








Enltireing the Church, 


Tobique, 


15 





0, Finishing the Church, 


River de Chute, 


3 


6 


8 Building a Church, 


Prince William, 


3 


6 


8 Building a Church, 


Ditto, 


10 





Finishing the Church, 


Nelson, 


9 


6 


8, Building a Church, 


Johnston, 


15 





OjBuilding a Church, 


Canning, 


15 





0, Building a Church, 


Fredericton, 


10 





Books, 


Chatham, 


8 





The same, , 


Kingston, 


6 





O.The same, 


Saint Andrews, '' 


6 





OjThe same, 


Sackville, 


,6 





OiThe same, 


Saint Stephens, 
Woodstock, 


5 





OjThe snme. 


,5 





OjThe same. 


Kingsclear, 


5 





OjThe same, 
Oilne same, 


Springfield, 
Norton, 


5 





3 








The same, 



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1643 
Kor. 



1, 



irnh, 
rch, 
irch, 

■<• Reacli, 
ch, 

oh. 

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Bb, 
h, 



Dec. 1. 
1844 
Feb. 12, 



Miirch 11, 



1846 
Feb. 11, 



Gagetown, 

Prince William it, 

Douglas, 

Pvrtlaud, 

Richibucto & W. 

Shediac^ 

Carieloti^ 

Tobique, 

Miramichi Rivor^ 

Hampton, 

Kingston, 

Gasetown, , 

Tobique, 

River de Chute> 

Nelson, 

Fredericton, 

Woodstock, 

Kingston, 

Saint Andrews, 

Saint Stephens, 

Chatham, 

Richibucto, 

Carleton, 

GagetQwn, 

Prince William, 

Hampton, 

Springfield, 

Shediac, 

Stanley, 

Weldford, 

Tobique, 

Miramichi RiTci'» 

Sackvilie,- 

Glenelg, 

KingscTear, 

Maryland! 

Upham, 

Prince Williaiii,i 

Nelson, 

Upham, 

River de Chute, 

Woodstock, 

Fredericton, 

Chatham, 

Kingston, 

Saint Andrews, 

Saint Stephens, 

Portland, 

Gagetown, 

Prince William, 

Carleton, 

Kingsclear, 

Spnngfield, 

Stanley, 

Grand Manan, 

Glenelg, 

Shediiaoi 

Studholm, 

Skussex, 

Ludlow, ' 

Blaekville, 



D. 



£5 
5 
5 
3 
3 
3 
3 
5 
5 
3 

20 










J5 

10 

20 

15 

10 

10 

8 



8 

8 








8 
7 



7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





3 15 


3 15 


2 





7 





7 





8 





4 





3 





2 





10 





10 





ys 





30 





6 13 


15 





10 





10 





9 





9 





9 





8 





8 





8 





7 


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6 





4 





3 





8 





3 





2 10 


1 


15 


1 


15 


1 





1 






0, Books, 

The 8am«f,> 

The same^ 

The same, 

The same^ 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

Finishing ttie Churchy 

Enlarging the Churchy 

Finishing the Church, 

Finishing the Church, 

Finishing the Chnrrji, 

Books, 

The rame, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same< 

Thd same, 

The same, 

The same. ' 

The atmie, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same^ 

OJThe same, 

The 'same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

Building a Churqh, 

Finishing a Church, 

Finishing a Church, 

Finishing a Church, 

4 Finishing a Church, 

The sa))ie> 

The sp..ie, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, . . 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

Th« same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The samo, 

The s*me, 

The same, 

The same, 

The aame, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 



40 



1845 
Feb. II, 

March 87, 



July 23, 

1846 
March 6, 



June 3, 



NeUon, 

Tobiqtt*, 

Miramiebi RWer, 

SackviUe, 

Hampton, 

Marvland, 

Restigoaobe, 

Westmorlaaiil, 

Johnston, 

Ludlow, 

Hampton,* 

Monkton, 

Kiugariear, 

Lancaster, 

Lancaster, 

Queensbuty, 

Queenshnry, 

Saint Martins, 

Upbam," 

Johnston, 

Queensbury, 

Lancaster, 

Simonds, 

Prince Williami 

Saint John, 

Fredericton, 

Woodstoofct 

Portland, 

Saint Stephena, 

Saint Andrews, 

Chatbrai, 

GagetowR, 

Mangerrille, 

BnrtoB, 

Sackrille, - 

Kingselear, 

Kingston, 

Glenelg; 

Prihfle William, 

Sainex, 

HaVnpton, 

Richibneto, 

Carleton^ 

Stanley* 

SprinfBeM, 

Dorchester, 

Nsw Ivlaryland, 

Sbediae, 

idohraond, 

Jackson Town, 

BlaokviHe, 

Nelsoit, 

Ladiow< 

ChanMMWk, 

Visitiuf |ii*ionary, 

Portland, additional, 

Waterberaoghi 

Donglas, 

Cbipnwn* 

Petersville, 



£0 10 
7 10 
*7 10 
9 

6 
2 
1 15 

7 
15 
15 
20 .0 
25 
20 
SO 
20 
12 10 
12 10 
22 10 
22 10 
10 



60 
50 
30 
60 
10 



10 
10 



10 
8 
8 
8 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
. 6 
6 



5 
4 
4 

3 
3 



2 10 
8 



2 
2 
8 
8 
8 
7 



6 10 
3 

2 

3 
2 



Books, 
OThesooi , 
OThf^same, 
The same, 
OThesamaf 
The same, 
The aane, 
The save, 
Baflding « Cbarch» 
Building a Chnrdi, 
Building a Cbnrch, 
Building a Charch, 
Buifdiag a Cburch, 
Bnilding a Church. 
Building a Chuffch, 
OBoildtngaCbBrcb, 
Building a Church, 
Building a Cbnrcb, 
Building a CIrarch, 
Bnilding a (%nrdi, 
Resident Minionary, 
Resident MisslMiary, 
Resident Missionary, 
Rteident Miaetonaiy, 
Books, 
The same, 
The same, 
The same, 
The sani». 

The same, , 

The same> 

TiMsame* 

The sanMh 

The same, 

The same, 

The 8anM> 

Thesamn, 

The saine. 

The same. 

The same. 

The same, 

The same. 

The saine. 

The same* 

The same, 

Thesam*, 

Tin same, 

ThesanM» 

The sa«i», 

TiMaamo, 

ThesaMe> 

The same, 

The same. 

The sarnie, 

The sainey 

The same, 

The same^ 
u The sam«^ 
The same. 
OlThe same, 






e 































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41 



inndS, 

ilivvaair, f 

8t sido of (ha f 
Urand Lake* / 



ry, 

•7» 



1846 HkcKptfttfad', 
June 3, Lancaster, 

Grand MaOiut, 
Oct. 6, Simnnds, 
June 3, TobiquG, 
Nasi. 
West 
tirand 

1847 Simonds, 
Jan. 22, SpringfieFd, 

Prince William, 

Lancaster, 

Monkton, 

Cluecnsbury, 

Hopewell, 

Stanley, 

Restigoncli^, 

8aint John, 

Frcdoricton, 

Portland, 

Woodstock, 

Chatham, 

Saint Andrevra, 

Kin°ston, - 

Saint Ftepbens, 

Hampton, 

Gagetown, 

Norton, 

Simonds, 

Sackvillo, 

Carleton, 

Burton, 

Maugervillfi, 

Richibucto, 

Springfield, 

Sussex, 

Stanley, 

Nashwaak'', 

Dorchester, 

IV.tersviiie, 

Kingsciear, 

Prince William^ 

AndoTcr, 

Shediac, 

New Maryland, 

Glcneig, 

Grand Manan, 

Douglas, 

Stud holm, 

Batburst, 

Waterborougb, 

Newcastle, 

Nelson, - 

Blackviile, 

Ludlow, 

Westfield, 

Greenwich, 

Lancaster, 

Canning, 

D 



£3 

3 

2 la 

2 15 



63 



30 
60 
60 
50 
50 
60 
60 
40 
50 
8 












J5 



8 15 
^ 15 
8 15 
7 17 



r 

7 
6 
6 
6 





2 
2 
2 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
7 
7 
10 
10 
10 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
3 
15 
15 
15 
15 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 



5 

6 

5 

5 

4 

4 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 



Books, 
The ssm^t 
Tbo sam<i. 
The sanitf. 

Special Missionary Visiti, 



Resident Mlssloniiry, 

The samb, 

The Sams', 

The sarad, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same; 

The same-, 

Books, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

6 The samSk 

The same, 

The same, 

6 The same, 

6 Ttie same, 

6 The same, 

Tho same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

The same, 

6 Tho same, 

6 Tho same, 

The same, 

6 The samef 

Tho samo, 

3 Tho same, 

3 The same, 

3 Tho same, 

3 'I'he same, 

3 The same, 

3 The same, 

6|Thcsame, 

6{The same, 

6 The same, 

6 The same, 

6 Tho same, 

6 The same, 

9 The same, 

The same, 

The sam^, 

The same, 

The same, 

6|The same, 

6|The same, 

6|The same, 

6:The same, 

6!The same, 



48^ 



1847 


Laneuter, 


Jm. SS, 


Saint Mary's, 




Woterborough, 




Fredericfon, 




(New Maryland), 




Saint Stephens, 




Lanrastor, 




Monktnn, 




Sdint Martin's, 




Newrastio, 




Susses No. 1 , 


— 


Sussex No. 2, 




Lancdsier, 




Maugerville, 




Kingsclear, 




Gagelown, 




Lancaster, 




Douglas, 



£10 








Finishing a Charali, 


SO 








The same. 


SO 








The same. 


10 








Enlarging a Chapel, 


10 








Enlarging the Churcli, 


10 





() 


Finishing a Church, 


20 








The BdUMf, 


15 








The same, 


35 








Building a Chtireb, 


20 








The sam^e, 


20 








The 9Rmi>, 


10 








The same, 


25 








Finishing a Panonage houst 


35 








The same. 


25 








The same. 


35 








1 he same, 


SO 








The earner 



It 



F. COSTER, Sec'y. D. C. Sociktt. 



Carhlan^ January 81, 1847. 



a 



IiIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 



TO THK 



DIOCESAN CHURCH SOCIETY OF NEW 

BRUNSWICK. 



) houM; 



KJWni. 



. Xift members, 

ny the pajrment of not less Qian Ten Pounds at any one tlme.>-Tiio«e narked with Jl. 8. u» 

also Annual Subscribera. 

1838. BAILLIR, Hon. THOMAS 
CHIPMAN, Hon. Chief Justice, V.f. A.S. 
COSTER. Veil. Archdeacon, V. P. A. S. 
MACLAUCHLAN, JAMES A., Esnuira. 
OWEN. Hon. W. F. W. V. P. 
SCOVIL, WILLIAM Esquire, V. P. A. S. 
WETMORE, JUSTUS 8. Esquire. A. 8. 

1839. BOTSFORD. Hon. WILUAM A. S. 
ROBINSON, Hon. W. H. V. P. 
ROBlNSON.Hon. F. P. V.P. 
SCOVIL, Rev WILLIAM , id. «. 
SIMONOS. Hun. CHARLES 
SHORE. Hon. GEORGE V. P. A. S. 

1840. HARVEY, M:ijor General Sir JOHN, K. C. B. &, K. C. U., lata LieaU>" 

nnnt Governor .nntl Conininnder in Chief. 
PARKER, Hon >"VILLE. Muster o, the Rolls, V. P. A. S. 
PETERS. Hon. J.. Attorney General, V. P. A. S. 
ROBINSON, Col. JOHN 
1848. RATCHFORD. ED. VV. Esquir*. 

WHEELER. GEORGE. Esqiiiro. A. 8. 
1843. SMITH, HENRY BOWY^nt, Esquire. A. 8. 

1843. COLEBROOKE, His Bxcdienny Sir WILLIAM G.M., K. H , LienteUB 
Governor and Coinniander in C "f, Patron. A. 8. 

1846. FREDEKICTON. The Right Rev. JC ^ ':<?. Lord BisUop of, Preatdent. A. S 
GILBERT, GEORGE G, Esquire. A. 8. 

PARKER. Hon. Mr. Justice, V. P. A. 8. 
PETERS, JAMES, Junior, Esquire. A. 8. 
PETERS, Dr. GEORGE P. A. 8. 
SAUNDERS. Hon JOHN S.. V. P. A. 8. 
SCOVIL, SAMUEL. Esquire. 
SCOVIL, WILLIAM HENRY, Ewraire. 
SMITH. Master GEORGE SYDNEY A. 8. 
TILLEY. S. L.. Esquire. A. 8. 
WIGGINS, STEPHEN. Esquire. A. 8. 
WIGGINS, FREDERICK A. Esquire. A. 8. 

1847. GILBERT, Mrs. ANN 

KEADE. ALFRED, Esquure. 
HEARS, EDWARD, Esquire. 
WIGGINS, Mrs. STEPHEN, 



I 



StibseriptioHB for 1846. 



SAINT JOHN. 
Adams, Charles 
Adams, Geor^ana 
AdaoBi, Sarah 



Adams, Mary 
£1 Adati>s, Emily S. 
1 Adam*, William H. 
10 olAdama, Ncfl. W.H. 



£0 



5 

5 

10 

10 



Alexander, Jtfbo 
Alexander, Mrs. 
Allison, Kdwanl 
Anderson, J. II. 
Anderson, Eliza 
Anderson, E. 
Andrews, Isabella 
Ansley, Barzillai 
Armstrong, H. S. 
Armstrong, Itobert 
Armstrong, Jninea 
ArnisUouif, Mn. 
Armstrong, John 
Armstrong, Andrew 
Arnold, Adelaide 
Atkins, Ann 
Aiwten, Henry 
Avery, William h, 
Qarlovii', Ann M. 
Barlow, Helen E. 
Barlow, Jane R. 
Burlow, Eliza H. 
Bates, Mrs. 
Bayard. William 
Becket, Alexander 
Bedell, MUs 
Bertou, S. D. 
Besnard, Peter 
Butts, Hiram 
Betts, Charles P. 
Betts, Mrs. C. P, 
Betts, Hannah 
Betts, G. F. Boyd 
Bible, Eliza 
Blatch. Gaorgo 
Bonsall, M. 
Bonsall, A- E. 
Botsford, Le Baroit 
Botsfbrd, Mrs. 
Bowes, John 
Boyer, Mary A. 
Boycr, John 
Boyer, Su&an 
Boyd, John 
Boyle, Alexander 
Browusword, Maria 
Brownsword, Irene S. 
Btown, Thomas 
Brown, Mrs. 
Brown, Miss Elizabeib 
Brothers, David 
Brundage, John 
Burtis, W. R. M, 
Canby, Ruth 
. Canby, Mury 
Cash, 

Card, Henry 
Card, Mrs, Henry 
jbhipman. Chief Justic* 
Chipman, Mn. Way^ 
CbtpiBM, Mn> 



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2 

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6 

5 
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10 
5 
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2 

1 

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44 

Chubb, Henrjr 
Chubb, Tbomaa 
Chubb, James 
Clawson, Robert 
Clyne, Af rs. 
Clyuc, Cniolifio A. 
Clyne, Eleanor J. 
Clynr;, Hannah M. 
(] Cock, Mrs, 
OCock, Simon W. 
6 Cook, 6. 
C Cooper, Samuel 
6 Cowling, C. B, 
6 Cr<inB, James R. 
3 Cranford, Sarah 
OiCrauford, Eliza 
Crawford, Mary 
0, Crawford, Robert 
3j Crawford, Georgo 
3| Crawford, Sarah 
3 Crawford, Margaret 
3 Crawford, William K> 
Crookshank, Mrs. H. 
OiCrookshank, Elizabeth 
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Lee, George Junior, I 

Lee, Mrs. 10 

Lee, G. DuVernet 6 o 

MiUa, Charles Adit. 33d ie«|l. 10 

Miller, E.W. 1 

Myshrall, Joseph 5 o 

Myahrall, Mrs. 5 

MXeod, Mias E. J. 5 

M'Leod, Miss K. 5 

Needham, Mark 1 

Odell, Mrs. 1 

Odell, Miss 1 

Odeil, W. H. 10 

Odell, Dr. 10 o 

Parker, Hon. Neville 4 

Peters, C. J. Attorney General, 1 o 

Phair, Hetary 1 o 

Phair, W. B. 10 Q 

Phair, A. S. 10 

Phair, W. B. Jun. 10 o 

Reade. A. 10 

Keberts, J R. 5 o 

Roberts, G. 1 10 

Robb, J., M. D. 10 

Robb, Mrs. 10 

Robinson, W. H. A- Co. 1 10 

Street, Hon. Judge 3 

Street, Mra. 1 



Street. G. F. S. 
Shore, Hon. Colonel 
Shore, .Mis. 
Shore, Miss H. 
Shore, Miss A. 

Shore, Wm. (Tr. Coll. Camb.) 
Smith, Mrs. W. H. 
Simonds, Edward 
Saunders, Hon. J. S. 
Taylor, George 
Twining, George 
Toldervy, Dr. and Mrs. 
Troughton, George 
Woihaupter, B. 
Wolhaupter, Mrs- 
Welch, Mrs. 
Williams, Ed^vard 
Wilmot, E. H. 
Wilkinson, J. 1846 and 1847, 
Wilkinson.'Mrs. "^ " 
Walker, Mrs. B 
Wale, R. C, 3:3d Rcgt. 
Winnington, G. Capt. 33d Regt 
V^ills, Frnnk 
Wetmbre, Charles P. 
Wetnore, Mrs. 
Wetniure, G. R. M.* 
Wlianaell, Lt. Col 33d Regt. 



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NEW MARYLAND. 



Clarkson, J. 
Delzell, Agnes 
Fisher, Henry Sen. 
Fisher, Mra. H. 
Fisher, Henr^ Jun. 
Fisher, Gabriel 
Fiaher, Mrs. H. 
Fisher, Lewis 
Fisher, Mrs. Ann 
Fisher, William 
Fletcher, Edward 
Graham, William 
Graham, Margaret 
Graham, SarabAnn 
Graham, Elizabeth 
Horncastle, Joseph 
Horncasile, Mrs. 
Ketchum, Reverend W. Q,. 
Lindsay, Mrs. James 
M'Knight, Wm. Sen. 
M'Knight, Mrs. Wm. 
M'Knight, James 
M'Knight, Samnel 
M'Knight, John 
M'Knight, Mrs. John 
M'Knight, Wm. Jun. 
Moore, Catherine 
Moore, Elizabeth 
Snider, Edward 



£0 



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Whiltakar, Joiepb £0 3 

Whittikcr, Mn. J. 1 

Toul, £5 9' 8 

PORTLAND. 
Allan, Jacob £1 

AUan, William 6 

Andrtwa, Mr. S 

AodrywHi Mn. 2 
Borer, Rav.W.M. 10 
Baytr, MVa. ' 10 

Brofrn, Miu C. 8 

Browa, t. 8. I 

Bnindage, Joihua 1 

Brundafe, Mn. 1 

Coaltar, Joieph 6 

Cunard, Thomaa 6 

Cunard, Mn. T. Z 

Cunard, Mim Mary 8 

Catiidy, John 4^ 

OaMidy, Mn. 8 

Carrill, Jacob 8 

Carvill, Mn. 1 

Carvili, Mia C. I 

Coahran, Woo. 6 

Connely, John ^ 6 

Crawford, John 1' 

Crawfotd, Mn. 1 

eameron, Geo. 1 

Crawford, Jamat 8 

Crawfbrd, Mn. 2 

Clark, Jamea 2 

Clark, 91 n. 8 

Clark, George Jum 8 
Drary, Mn. 1 

Drary, Mr. . 1& 

Drary, John 5 

Drary, Misa 5 

Drary, Edward 5 

Drury, W. C. -^ 5 

Drury, George 10 

Doney, Charlea 10 

Doaey, Mrs. 6 

Doney, Martha J. 8 

Doney, Eatfier A. 8 

Doney^ M. E. 8 

Dalton, Henry 5 

Dalton, Richard 8 

Dalton, Mn. 8 

DaIto», Samuel- 8' 

Dalton, Mn. I 

Dickson, George: 5 

DanvHI, Hdniy 6 

Daavill, Mra. 3 

■ Daavill, Letitia 1 

. Dalton, Mrs. S. M. 8 

Eaglea, 6eorg« 15 

Eagles, Mrs. '8 

Eagles, Mi« C. E. 1 

Eagles, Miss J. M. 1 

Ragles, Edward " 10 



Eagles, Clurlcs 

Eagles, Misa E. A. 

Eagles, Miss C. A. 

Eagles, Wm. Jun. 

Ragles, Mn. 

Fisber. Michael 

Flewelling, James 

Flewelling, Mra. 3^ 

Friend, A 

Godard, J. F. 

Godard, Mis. 

Qarduer. Mr. 

Haws, Mn. 

Hammond, Hugh 

Hyliard, Mn. 

Humphreys, C. 

Hampbrays, Mn. 

Ham, John 

U«ater, James 

Heater, Mn. 

Johnson, David 

Johnson, Mn 

Johnson, G. R. 

Johnson. Jamea 

Knight, Mrs. 

Kilpatrick, Wiliiani' 

Kilpatrick, Mn. 

Ketcham, Miss 

Lawton, William 

Lawton, Mn. 

Leonard, R. 

LeVcb, John 

LeifUi, Mn. 

Lingley, John 

Logan, William 

Logan, Mn. 

Logan, John 

Middlemoro, — 

Morritt, Israel 

Morcy, Captain' 

Horey, Mn. 

Morey, William 

M'Givem, R. P. 

Mackintosh, J. C. 

Maokintosh, Mrs. 

Miles,' Thomaa 

M'Mackin, Mn. 

Morrison, Griffith 

M'Lean, James 

M'Gnire, A. 

M'Candless, G. 

Moore, Mra. R. 

Payne, James P. 

Payne; Mn. 

Payne, Robert 
, Payne, Miss J. 
OfPiogeon, WilliaiB 

Peten, William 

Peten, George 
S^Purdy, Gilbert 

Purdy, Mn. 



£0 16 9 


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Ruddook, Fnncil 1 

Buddock, Mri. 

RobarUon, John 

Robtrtaon, M ri. 

Reynold*, Samuel 

Reynold!, Samuel Jr. 

Rejrnnlda, M taa C. 

Roaa, Mra. 

Roia, Miia M. 

Robertaon, Wm. R. 

RevBolda, Jaaae Jun. 

Robertaon, Thomaa 

Ruddock, Miaa Eliza 

Ruddook, Andrew 

Ruddock, Mra. A. 

Ruddock, George 

Ruddock, Mra. G. 

Ruddook, Thomaa Jr. 

Rebinaon, John 

Reynolds, Robert 

Ruddock, Francia 

Simonda, Rev. R. 

Sorell, Charlea 

Shaw, William H. 

Sohoalea, Richard 

Snider, George 

Smyth, Mra. M. A. 

Smallwood, Edward 

Sweet, Robert 

Sweet, Mra. 

Sweet, J. 

Stewart, George 

Steveoa, John 

fitevena, Mra. 

Sp'oggi Moaea 

Smith, Frederick 
Scribner, Eliaa 
Scribner, Mra. E, 
Tilley, S. L. 
Tiiley, Mra. 
Travia, Jamea 
Travia, Mra. J. 
Tobin, John G. 
Tobin, Samuel 
Travis, Barnea 
Travia, Mrn. B. 
Travia, Hugh J. 
Travia, Jeremiah 
Travia, Andrew H, 
Tapley, David 
Taploy, Mra. 
Veilh, Miaa 
Veith, Miaa C. 
Waterberry, C. J. 
Waterberry, Mrs. 
Williama, Samuel 
Wilaon, Andrew 
Wetmore, Mr. 
Wilaon, Jamea 

Total, £50 15 



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WOODSTOCK. 

Adama, David 

AIUo,JohoT. 

Allan, Mary M. 

Allan, Eliza 

Akerley, Jame« II. 

Atkinaon, V illian 

Atkinaon„Mra. 

Atkinaon, Thomaa 

Atwaier, Williani 

Bedell, Mra. 

Bedell, Miia Anna 

Bedell, John 

Bedell, George A. 

Bedell, Walter 

Bedell, Joseph 

Bedell, Walter J. 

Bedell, Edwin 

Bedell, Paul M. 

Barker, Robert 

Baird, William T.' 

Brittain, Robert 

BuU,WiUiam 

Bull, Mra. George 

Bnstin, Mra. 

Beardaley, Horace H* 

Boyd, Charlea 

CarnMn, A. S. 

element!, Mra. 

element!, Margaret 

Clementa, Emma 

Campbell, Charlea 

Carville, John 

Carville, Isaac 

Cluff, Thomaa 

Cluir, Thomaa Jun. 

Cluff. Mary 

Connell, Mrs. 

Conaoll, George 

Connell, Jane 
Connell. Mra. C. 
Cannell, Joaeph 
Connell, Mrs. Joa. 
Carr, Andrew * 

Clark, Mrs. Robert 
Currie, Andrew 
Currie, Mrs. Andrew 
Cleary, George W. 
. Cleary, Misa 
0}ii''unlifre, Elislia A. 
Oibblee, Richard 
Dibblee, William F. 
Dibblee, Mrs. William F. 
Draper, laaiic 
Draper,Jamea Nelson 
Draper, William 
Day, Miaa 
Dunlap, John 
Duance, Mary 
Duauce, Thomaa 
Dalliug, Thomaa 



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Elliott, Elleir £.0 2 

English, Alfred P. 5 

Emery, CbarleB 5 

Emery, Mrs. Chas. S 

Emery, Thomas 2 

Emery, Scott 2 

Emery, Margaret 2 

Fisher, Louis P. 5 

Faulkner, David , 2 

Flemmin^, Robert & 

Gray, William 5 

Gartley, George 1 

Gartley, Thomas 1 

Gidney, Isaac B. * 5 

Green, Jonathan 2 

Garden, H. M. G. 10 

Garden, Mrs. H. M. G, 5 

Griffith, Benjamin P. 7 

Griffith, Mrs. B. P. 2 

Griffith, Mary 1 

^ Griffith, Wm. H. 1 

Griffith, Robert 5 

Grovec, Mrs. 5 

Grover, James 10 

Grosvenor, Mrs. 2 

Hanford, Rev. S.Jones ] 

Harper, Mrs. 5 

Harper, James 2 

Harper, Robert 2 

Hannah, Mrs. Wm. 2 

Hamilton, Major 
Hall, Samuel P. 
Hazen, William C. 
Hazen, Elizabeth C, 
Hazen, Mary Ann 
Hillman, Georse 

Jamieson, Charles 8. 

Jamieson, Mrs. C. S, 

Johnson, Miss 

Jones, Heniy 

Ketchum, James } 

' Ketchum, Mrs. James 

Ketchum, Elizabetii 

Ketchum, Ralph • I 

Keiley, Michael H. 1 

Kearney, Mrs. Adam 

Kergan, William 

Kcrgan, Mrs. 

Kergan, Margaret 

Kergan, William Jnn, 

Longstaff, Robinson 

Morehouse, Mrs. 

M'Inlyre, Patrick 

M'Intyre, Mrs. P. 

M'ln^re, James 

M'Intyre, Katherine 

M'Kee, John 

M'Km> Mrs. John 

M'Coy, James 

M'Cann, Mrs. James 

M'Beatk, John 



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fit M'Kinlay, — 

M'Afee, Samuel 

M'Nelly. Joseph 

6 .M'Pheters, Duncan 

6 M'CulIough, George 

6 M'CulIough, Robert 

6 Morris, Mrs. 

Nevers, Mrs. Geo. 

6 Newcomb, Wm. R. 

Oliver, Elizabeth 

Oliver, Ellen 

6 O'Hern. Jeremiah 

6 Perley, Mrs. Charles 

Perley, Thomas E. 

6 Perley, Mrs. Thomas E. 

Peabody,- Charles 

Peabody, Mrs. Charles 

6 Peabody, Francis 

6 Peabody, Stephen 

3 Peabudy, Celia 

3 Peabody, Charlotte 

Peabody, James F. 

Perrington, Lewis 

Perrington Mrs. Lewis 

6 Raymond, Charles 

Raymond, Mrs. 

Rayiiaond, Charles W. 

6 Raymond, Mary Anna 

6 Russell, Hugh 

6 Simondson, John N. 

6 Simondson, John 

9 Simondson, James 

3 Speers, William 

6 Smith, Mrs. William 

3 Smith, Eliza 

Smith, Emily 

3 Smith, Sophia 

3 Smith, Fanny 

6 Smith, Mrs. E. 

Street, Rev. S. D. Lee 

Street, Mrs- Lee 

6 Street, Thos. W. 

6 Street, Sarah L. 

Sproul, Mrs. 

Sproul, James 

6 Sproul, M. Matilda 

Segee, James 

6 Segee, Mrs. James 

3 Strong, Thomas 

Strong, Absalom 

Stuart. John 

Strong, William 

Tracey^Mrs. Stephen 

Tupper, James R. 

3 Uphain, Mrs. William 

3 Upham, Mrs. Thomas 

Upham, George B. 

Vondy, Dr. John 

Wetmore, A. K. Smedes 

Wetmore, Mrs. A. K. S, 

Wetmore, Elizabeth B. 



£0 



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Wetmore, Roberto* £Q 1 

Weunpre, Charles J. P, i 

Wetmore, Jamet P. 1 

Wetmore, Henry G. ] 

Wolhaupter, Charles 7 

Wickham, T. 33d Regt. 1 

Winslow, J. F. W. 1 

Winslow, Francis E. 5 

Wilson, Mrs. I , 

Wilson, William 3 

Wilson, Ephraim 1 

Detachment o/QSd Regt. 

Bairstow, Thomas Sergeant 5 

Towend, Corporal ] 

Hobson, Philip Private 1 

Edwards, Greorce ." 1 

Roberts, Gabriel " 1 

Bailey, William " , 1 

Law, John " 1 

Harris, Francis " 1 

Ambler, James " 1 

Braoksbank, Sam? •' ' 1 

Wheyland, Henry " I 

Baxter, John " 1 
Collections in St. Luke's Church, 

7th June, 1846, 4 4 

Do. 10th January, 1847, 3 4 

Total, ^554 5 

ANDOVER. 

Akerley, Edwin jgO 5 

Baird, George 2 

Baird, Henry Esq. 5 

Beardsley, Mr. 2 

Bedell, William 5 

Caughey, Samuel 5 

Coopnbes, Leonard R. Esq. ) 

Gallagher, John 4 

Giberson, George 10 

Hammond, Charles A. Esq. 5 

Hethrington, Thomas* 5 

Hothrington, William 5 

Hethrington, Jane 2 

Ketchum, Randolph Esq. 10 

Kilbnrn, William ' 6 

Lloyd, Thomas 2 

M'Givern, Rev. J. 10 

M'Laucklan, William Esq. 1 

M'Kenzie, Donald 2 

Montgomery, William N. P. 5 

Montgomery, Mrs. 2 

Montgomery, Miss 2 

Newcombe, George 2 

Rainsfurd, A. W: Esq. 1 

Raymond, A. M. 10 

Reid, Duncan 5 
Sergeant Wash and Privates. 33d 
Regt., stationed at Grand Falls, 8 9 

Watson, William 5 

Watoon, Samuel 8 




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SAINT STEPHENS. 



Abbot, Thomas B. 

Abbot, Samuel 

Abbot, Susannah 

Abbot, P. M. 

Andrews, Elizabeth 

Bixby, Mrs. 

Chipman, T. 

Crowell, Mrs. 

Grimmer, John 

Grimmer, W. W. 

Hilts, Mr. 

Lindsay, Ninian 

Lindsay, Mrs. George 

Lindsay, Andrew 

M'Connachy, B. 

Norwood, John 

Oveatt, J. H. 

Pingreo, F. M, 

Pingree, Miss 

Porter, William 

Porter, Mrs. W. 

Porter, E. M. 

Porter, Anne 

Porter, J. B. 

Porter, John 

Porter, Henrietta 

Porter, William Jr. 

Porter, Joseph Jr. 

Porter, Charles 

Porter, James 
^Porter, Mrs. 
rice, Alfred 
Rose, David A. 
Springate, Edward 
Springate, Caroline 
Thomson, Rev. S., LL. D. 
Thomson, George D. 
Thomson, Samuel R. 
Thomson, Edward 
Tippet, Rev. H. W. 
Tippet, Mrs. 
Tippet, Henry O. 
Tippet, Vivian W, 
Upton, David 
Vroom, William 
Watson, Robert 
Watson, Beverly 
Watson, William 
Whitlock, J. H. 
Whitiock, Julia 
Whitlock, J. H. Jf. 
Whitlock, Jane H. 
Collected at Church, 
Collected on Trinity Sun« 
day, 



Total, 



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54 



CHATHAM. 

AiliMD, H. B. £0 10 

AilUon, Mrs. 10 

Bacon, "Rev. Samiiol 10 

Canard, Hon. Joaaph } 4 

Carman, William Jr. lO 

Carman, Henry C. D. 10 

Cmne, Joseph I^, 5 

Craigen, J. C, 6 

Church Woman, 15 

Deabrisay, Theophilus 10 

Fish, Hiram 4 7 

Fenety, Jamea ' ■ 5 

Gcamain,J. G. 5 

Haddovr, Mrs. 6 

Hatch, Edwin 5 

HawMt, Charles 5 

Johnson, J. Al. Sen. 10 

Johnson, James XO 

Johpflo|i« Mrs. J. M, 10 

Johnson, J. M. Jr. 5 JO 

Johnson, Robert 1 3 

Joseph, Mrs. I '0 

Layton, Mrs. G. 3 

Letson, <Ann M. 2 6 

LeUon,Mrs. G. 2 6 

Lets6n, William Albr* 6 

Martin, Mrs. 5 

Petera, Hon. T. H. 1 3 4 

Peters, Jane 10 

Ptiitera, Caroline 10 

Parcival, John 5 

P^rcival, Catherine ,5 

Percival, Bridget '2 6 

Percival, John Jr. 2 6 

Percival, Elizabeth 1 6 

Percival, Thomas 1 <6 

Percival, Robert 1 

Percival, Joseph ^ 10 

Parker, Miss > 5 

Parker, Jshn 5. 

Peabody, Mrs. 5'> 

Robinf*on, Richard 9 6 

Samuel, J. J. 5 

Samuel, William , 5-0 

Stimuel, Shmuol 5 

Smith, George 5 

Searl, Michael 3 1^ 

Sargent, Moses 5 

Travia, Richard 2 6 

Travis, David 2 6 

Vondy, Thomas Jr, 5 

Wright, John 15 

Wright, Mrs. 10 

Wright, Henry 10 

Sale of Books, 8 1^ 
Amoont eollocted at St. Paul's 
Mid St. Mary's, rn Jane, 
1846. . 12 16 



Collected at St. Paul'j and St. 

Marv'a 10th Jan, 1»47 £6 8 
Collected at Newcastle 10th 

Jan. 1847, 1 10 



Total, 



£40 5 3 



SAINT ANDREWS. 



Alley, Rev. Dr. 
Briscoe, Charles 
Campbell, G. F. 
Chandler, J. W. 
Conway, Mr. 
Dimmock, C. 
Dougherty, Mrs. 
Frye, Henry 
Gove, Dr. 
Gove, Harry 
Haddock, Jacob 
Hatch, WellingtCA 
Hatch, Harris H. 
Jarves, William 
Jarves, Robert 
Jones, Thomas 
Johnston, Henry 
Law, Robert 
Lowden,Mrs. 
Mahood, Mr. 
Maloney, William 
M'Alavey, Henry 
M'Curdy, Samuel 
Smith, Peter 
Stiokney, G. F. 
Stinson, James 
Street, George D, 
Street, James W. 
Turner, Thomas 
Wetmore, Justus 
Wilson, John 
Wilson, John Jr. 
Wilson, Thomas B, 
Wilson, Edward 
Wiggins, Rev. R. B. 
Wren, Thomas 
Do. last year, 
Wyer, Thomas F. 
Wyer, Hon. Thomas 



£1 




5 
5 



5 
S 



5 

5 

5 

10 

1 
5 
5 
5 
5 
3 
5 
5* 
10 
5 
2 

1 

1 

10 

5 

1 
5 
5 
5 



DORCHESTER. 



Armstrong, John 
Chandler, Hon. E. B. 
Chandler, Mrs. 
Chandler, W. B. 
Chandler. Mrs. W. fi. 
Carter, William 
'Chapman, David 



£0 
1 
1 



5 
5 
5 
3 









10 
6 




6 



10 
6 
2 6 
6 









Q 


6 




6 









10 
5 
5 
5 



10 

Collection at Church, June 28, 9 

Do. January 10t|i, 1847, 4 11 

Total, £!W~i4~5 




6 
5 



1 3 











^^ 



c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
I 
1 
f 
1 



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5 
5 
10 
3 6 
S 
6 


6 

•0 





Q 





10 
6 
S 
6 
5 
5 
5 

10 
1 



5 
5 



2 6 
5 



5* 





10 





5 





3 


6 














10 





5 











5 





5 





5 





10 





5 





5 





5 














6 


11 


5 



1 



5 
5 
5 
3 



3 






74 



Chapman, Miaa 
Gilbert, R. K. Eaquire, 
Gilbert, Mies 
Gilbert, Gay 
Godfrey, Robert 
Hickman, John Jf. 
Hickman, Joseph , 
Knapp, Charles E. 
Milner, Mrs. C. 
Moore, S. 
Moore, Mrs. 
M'Curdy,Jane 
I*almer,c/ohn 
Palmer, M. B. Esq. 
Sayre, James Esq. 
Sayre, Otfa|p 
Sayre, Thomas 
Weldon, Amasa Esq. 
Smith, Albert, Esq. 

Total, 

' SACKVILLE. 

Allison, J. Esq. 
Black, Rev. J. 
Black, Master G.L.W. 
Black, Master W. A. 
Black, J. C. 
Black, Samuel Esq. 
Boulienbouse, John E. 
Boultenhouse, Reuben 
Voultedhouse, Mrs. B. 
Boultenhouse, Bedford 
Boultenhouse, John 
Botsford,.Hon. Judge 
Botsford, Hon. A.E. 
Botsford, W. H. Esq. 
Botsfbrd, Mrs. 
Chandler, Stephen 
Crane, Hon. W. 
Crane, Mrs. 
Crane, Miss 
Cogswell, Edward 
Evens, E. 
Evens, Jamea 
Evens, James J. 
Gallagher, Hugh 
Johnston, Dr. 
Lawrence, George 
Morice* J. 
M'Allisler, Robert 
Richardson, C* 
Russ, Charles 
Sale ef Books, 

ToUl, 

KINGSTON. 
Appleby, J. T. 
Blaek, Alexander 



5» 



£0 3 JChafoneL John 
5 



5 
5 
5 
2 
7 
5 
5 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
5 
.2 
ft 
5 
5 



XO 



£6 17 1^ 



£1 
1 



2 

1 
t 

iu 

5 

5 

5 

3 

5 

5 








10 


10 



5 

6 

6 

2 

5 

5 

5 

10 6 

I 3 

5 

3 9 

7 



Crawford Uaiiiel 

Crawford, Robert 

Crawford, Mrs. 8. 

CraWibrd, MissS. 

Crawford, Frederick 

Dickson, Thomas 

Evans, Miss 

Fleweiling, Joseph 

Flewelling, William J. 

Fleweiling, William Henry 

Flewelling, J. Henry 

Flewelling, David W. 

Flewelling, James 

Fleweiling, James C. 

Foster, J. Hoyt, 

Foster, Charles 

Foster, Alus Mary 

Foster, MTeili Sophia 

Foster, Samuel 

Hoyti Samuel 

Hoyt, Charles 

Hoyt, George 

Hoytj Jarvis 

Lee, Charles 

M'Alary, 

M'Leod, Hon. W. 

Nerthrup, James 

Northrup, E. S. 

Pentreitb, Capt. E. 

Perkins, Elijah 

Perry MisB 

PickettjDavid 

Pjwell, William (two years), 1 10 



2 
2 
2 

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

6 
3 

5 

lo 

2 

2 
2 

6 



1 



Riaymond, George 

Raymond, William 

Scovil, Mrs. E. 

Seovil, Miss H. S. 

Scovil, Miss S. B. 

Scovil, Rev. W. E. 

Seovil, William E, 

Scovil, T. Lee 

Wetmore, Justus 

Wetmore, James 

Wetmore, James Jr: 

Wetmore, David Jr, 
m Whelpley, George 
" Whiting, William 

Wier, William 

Collection after Sermons, 

Total, 







£15 3 



£0 3 6 
2 6 



13 



5 
2 
10 
10 
5 

2 
2 

2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
3 

a 



6 

6 

6 



6 

U 

U 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



6 

6 

9 

3 

3 


6 




is 





6 



6 

6 





6 







6 









6 

6 



6 

6 



6 

6 

» 





£37 8 



OAGETOWN. 



Bonnell, William F. 
Coster, Rev. N. A. 
Colling, John 
Crosbie, Thomas 
Currie, George 



£0 10 

2 

6 

2 

10 






6 




/ 



56 



DeVeber, N. H.. X2 

OeVeber, Gabriel ' 2 

Elliot, Charles 
Gilchrist, Henry 
Glass, James 
Lemont, William 
Listen, J. 1 

Macartney, Edward 
Maxwell, Alexander 
Millidge, J. 1 

Millidge, Harriet 
Millei, Samuel U. 
Mnllins, Joseph L. 
Scovil, Samuel 6 

Smith, William 
Sinnot, Eliza 

Tilley, Thomas ' 

Thompson, Daniel 
Vail, Elias f 

Vetts, Eliza 
Watson, Jonathan 
Gifts, 

Offertory on Ist Suday after 
Epiphany, 1 

Ditto on Trinity Sunday, 3 

Total, 

HAMPTON. 

Alden, Washington 
A Friend, 
A Friend, « 
A Friend, 
Bostwiek, Mrs. 
Beatty, James 
Bavard, Alftxander. 
Crawford, Miss 
Crawford, Edwin 
Crawford, Mrs. W. 
Crawford, Georce 
Crawford, Mrs. George 
Calverley, Craven 
Demill, Thomas 
Dnmill, William 
Demill, Fanny 
Demill, Mary Ann 
Demill, Abraham 
Demill, Rufus 
Drary, Le Baron Esq. 
Dixon, Joseph 
Dixon, Caroline 
Dixon, Charles 
Dixon, James 
Dixon, John 
Duffy, John 
Dodge, Charles 
Dodge, Mrs. C. 
Darhng, Benja. 
Dodge, Rnlof 
Fowler, Nathan 









2 
2 
6 

^ 



2 

2 


10 

2 

2 



2 

5 
10 

2 6 

2 6 

2 6 

2 6 

9 lj| 

12 6 

4 9 



£23 !2 4| 



6 
6 

6 

6 
6 


6 
6 

6 





£0 



5 

2 6 

2 6 

1 6 

1 3 

2 6 
1 3 
5 



5 
1 

6 




3 




2 6 

2 6 
2 6 
74 



1 
1 

6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
2 
5 
6 
6 
5 



n 

3 
3 





C 

5 





Fair weather, Elizabeth 
Fairweather, Charlee 
Fairweather, John 
Hallett, Oliver 
Hoyt, Isaac K. 
Hoyt, Edwin 
Kick, Miss 
Keator, Mrs. 
Keator, Micheau 
Keator, Georse 
Langstrotb, Craven 
Mattnew, Robert S. 
M'Leod, William 
Morrell, John ^ 
Murphy, John 
Perkms, James 
Perkins, Mrs. Jas. 
Perkins, Marshall 
Prince, Harry 
Prince, Joel 
Prince, Jamea 
Prince, Geo. 
Prince, John 
Prince, John 
Prince, Miles 
Palmer, John 
Raymond, Wolsey 
Reid, Susan 
Reid, Jane 
Seely, Hubert 
Seefy, Linus 
Smith, Ebenexer Esq. 
Smith, Charles J. 
Simonds, Mrs. 
Siderquist, James 
8ideiqiiist,Mr8. 
Siderqaist, Sarah 
Bidaianist, William 
Saanoers, Thomas 
Stewart, Jamcis 
Townsend, Robert 
Wilson, James 
Wetmore, John 
Wetmore, Nelson 
Walker, Miss 
Walker, Rev. W. 
Walker, Mrs. W. 
Walker, Margaret 
Walker, Thomas 
Walker, William 
Walker, Goerge 
Collected January 17, 
Do. Trinity Sunday, 



2 6 
2 6 



£0 2 6 

5 

5 

5 

5 

2 

5 

5 
10 

2 

10 

1 

3 

5 

5 



3 6 

2 6 

1 2 

7 6 

If 

2 6 
2 6 
2 6 
2 6 
5 
2 6 

1 3 

2 6 
2 6 
2 6 

15 (► 

5 

S 

5 

2 6 

1 3 



10 
5 
1 
5 
2 
1 
1 
5 

5 
1 
1 
1 
1 

! 5 





3 

6 
3 
3 



3 
3 
3 
3 
7 



Total, 

NORTON. 

Almon, M'Clenk 
Barbarie, Oliver 
Baxter, Sarah Mrs. 



4 3 6 
£35 17 7i 



£0 5 

10 

6 



57 



£0 2 


6 


5 





5 





5 





5 





2 


6 


5 





5 





10 





. 2 


6 


•/ 10 





1 





3 





■ ■■ 5 





5 





2 


6 


2 


6 


1 


2 


7 


6 


3 
5 


5' 


2 


6 


2 


6 


2 


6 


2 


6 


5 





2 


6 


1 


3 


2 


6 


2 


6 


2 


6 


15 


» 


5 





1 5 





5 





2 


6 


1 


3 


10 





5 





1 


3 


6 





2 


6 


. 1 


3 


1 


3 


5 





1 





5 





1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


3 


2 5 


7 


4 3 


6 


£85 17 


7i 


£0 5 





10 





6 






■Baxter, Simon £0 

Churchwoman, Truj A 2 

Caldwell, David 
Caldwell, Mno. D. 
Denniston, VViliiam 
Denniston, Mrs. W. 
Dixon, Charles 
Dixon, Mrs. Charles 
Fairweather, James 
Fairweather, Thomas 
Fairweather, Edwin 
Fairweather, Angelina 
Fairweather, Samuel 
FroM, William 
Guior, William 
Hendricks, John C. 
Hatfield, Daniel 
^ Ketehum, James 
' Ketcbum, Robert 
Ketehum, William 

liOrmoreux, Mrs. S.'C. 

Lermoreux, George 

Lermoreux, H. W. 

Lermoreux, Julia ' 

Lermoreux, W. A. 

Lermoreux, Edwin 

M'Gorty, Ellen 

Puddington, Mrs. C. 

Puddinglon, William 

Raymond, Isaac 

Raymond, John 

Scovil, Rev. William j 

Scovil, Mrs; W. 

Scovil, W. H. Jun. 

Scovil, Miss Cecil 

Sievwright, Joseph 

Sievwright, jif rs. 

Sievwright, Miss Helen 

Seely, James 

Seely, Robert 

Wetmore, David 

Wetmnre, Mrs. D. 

Wetmore, Elias 

Wetmore, Henry 

Wetmore, H. P. 

Wetmore, Mrs. 

Wetmore, Miss C. 

Offertory, Trinity Sunday, 
Ditto, 1st Sunday after Epiph 



5 



10 

10 

2 

2 

7 

2 

10 

10 

2 

2 

7 

2 

1 

5 

10 

1 

] 

5 

1 

1 



1 

5 
I 
1 

10 
5 










6 
6 
G 


6 
6 
6 
6 
10 


3 



5 

1 

10 

10 

5 

"5 

1 

1 

5 

5 

5 

2 

2 

3 13 

1 8 



3 

3 
3 

7i 

7 

n 

3 



3 

3 























3 

3 







6 

6 



5 



Total, 



3 
1 

2 
10 
5 
2 
5 
1 



6 
3 
C 


6 

3 
2 



Crawford, Mary £0 

Crawftird, James W. B. 

Cochran, John 

Cash, Mr. 

Geenslade, William 

Ketehum, Charles 

Marvin, Josiah 

Marvin, Henry 

Marvin, Eliza 

Marvin, Grace 1 3 

Marvin, James 1 3 

Marvin, Silas 1 3 

Marvin, JosIp^ B. 13 

Marvin, Mrs. d. 13 

Marvin, Charles 

Marvin, G. B. 

Marvin, B. O. 

Northrop,.Jame8 

Northrop, Jarvis 

Northrop, John ' 

Northrop, Gamaliel 

O'Marr, John 1 

Pickett, D. W. 1 

PefkinB, Joseph 

Perkins, Mrs. Joseph 

Perkins, Daniel 

Perkins, Mrs. Daniel 

Perkins. J. D. and Mrs. 

Raymond, E. G. N. 

Raymond, Philo W. 

Raymond, Mrs. S. 

Scovil, Henry A. 

Scovil, W. B. 1 

Scovil, Miss 

Scovil, Lucretia 10 

White, Vincent 10 

White, Dorcas E. 13 

Books sold, 2 8 

, Total, £10 13 9J 



2 6 
2 6 

1 

2 6 



2 6 

1 3 
5 
2 
2 

10 

5 

1 
10 




6 
6 


3 


11 



£20 11 4 



SPRINGFIELD. 

A Friend, £0 9 

A Layman, ' 10 

Benson, S. 2 

BeusoD, Elnathen 2 

Burk, James 1 

Crawford, I. 1 

Crawford, Mrs. I. 1 

Crawford, James 2 



STUDHOLM. 

Burgess, Richard 

Burgess, Thomas 

Foshay, Isaac 

Foshay, Mrs. 

King. Arthur 

Lyon, Peter 

Pearson, Thomas 

Pearson, George 

Parlee, Henry 

Parlee, William 

Secord, Mrs. Carmcl 
Secojrd, James 
Secord, Elias 
6 Sharp, Robert 
6 Sharp, Samuel 
3 Sharp, Robert S. 
8 Sharp. Joseph L. 

5 Sharp, Samuel J. 

6 Sharp William 



£0 2 


6 


2 


6 


10 





5 





5 





5 





5 





• 5 





10 





2 


6 


5 





10 





5 





10 





5 





5 





2 


6 


2 


6 


5 






58 



Sharp. David £0 3 6 

Sharp, Henry 5 

Total, £5 5 

SUSSEX. 
Arnold, Rev. H. N. 
Arnold, Mrs. H. N. 
Arnold, Thomas O. 
Arnold, Mrs. J. O. 
Arnold, N. 
Arnold, V^. 
Arnold, G. S. 
A Lady, 
Chisholm, Hush 
Chumbers, Ephraitn 
Oougle, William J. 
Evanson, A. C. 
Evansoii, Mrs. 
Ellison, Geor((e 
Ellison, Mn. R. 
Fairweather, George 
Fairwcather, Mr. 
Mallett, Joseph 
Morrison, Jonn 
M'Monagle, Heory 
Pariee, John ." 
Pnilee, Mrs. J. 
Pariee, Edward 
Price, Edward 
Reeve, T. A. 
Rynn, James 
Ruel,G:T. 
Sheck, Daniel 
Vail, J. C. 
Vail, William B. 
VaU, Mrs. J. C. 

Total, 

MAUGERVILLE 

Bailey, Charles 
Bailey, Mrs. 
Bailey, John 
Bail«>y, Mary Ann 
Bailey, James 
Bailey, Charles William 
Bailey, Thomas 
Bailey, Robert 
Brown, John 
Brown, Charles 
Brown, Mrs. Charles 
Brown, Z. Barnard 
Brown, Mrs. Z. B. 
Bnchanan.Thomas 
Carman, Richard 
Carman, Mrs. R. 
Covert, George B. 
Covert, Mrs. 
Covert, Isabella 
Covert, William G. 



£10 


6 


10 


5 


10 


5 


6 


S 


5 


5 


5 


10 


10 


5 


5 


5 


6 


6 


S 


10 


6 


5 


6 


5 


10 


5 


10 


10 


10 


5 


5 


£11 5 


60 5 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


1 3 


1 3 


n 


74 


5 


5 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


I 3 


.86 



Cnrrie, Charles D. 
DeVeber, F. A. 
DeVeber, Mrs. F. A. 
DeV^ber, Mary 
DeVeber, Sopnia 
DeVeber, Isaac 
DeVeber, Mrs. Isaac 
DeVeber, M. E. 
DeVeber, H. S. 
Harding, Mrs. 
Harding, G. H. N. 
Hatheway, O. L. 
Hatheway, Mrs. 
Hatheway, Julia 
Hatheway, A. A. 
Harrison, James 
Harrison, Mrs. J. 
Miles, Thomas Odbor 
Miles, Mrs. T. O. 
Miles, Mrs. Sen. 
Miles, Mrs. T. O. Jun. 
Miles, George H. 
Milner, Mrs. 
M'Garrif^lc, Samuel 
Mason, Thomas 
Parley, Thomas H. 
Perley, Mrs. T. H. 
Perley, Louisa 
Priestley, George 
Priestley, George Jun. 
Shields, Archibald 
Smith, Robert 
Smith,. Mrs. Robert 
Smith, Mrs. Samuel 
Sterling, Djiniel 
Sterling, Mrs. Daniel 
Stewart, George 
Stirling, Rev. J. M. 
Taylor, Gain B. 
Taylor, Mrs. G. B. 
Tncker, Charles H. 
Collected in Church, Jnne 
Do. do. Jan. 17, 

Total, 

BUftTON. 
Brown, William C. 
Brown, Mrs. W. C 
Clowes, Mrs. 
Clowes, Charles H. 
Clowes, Mrs. C. H. 
Clowes, Miss 
Clowes, Gehardus 
Clowes, Edwaid A. 
Clowes, John C. 
Emerson, John 
Glennie, Mrs. 
Gilbert, Mn. 
Gilbert, Miss M. 



£0 10 0. 

6 ^ 

'. .. 

2 6 

2 6 

1 6 

I 3 

1 3 

1 3 

2 6 
5 

5 
2 6 
2 6 
2 6 
2 6 

10 

6 
10 

5 

1 3 
10 

2 6 
1 6 



3 
3 
2 
5 



6, 5 
1847, 



2 6 

R 

5 

2 6 

2 6 

2 6 

2 6 

5 



2 6 

2 A 

5 

6 
14 B 



£15 



£0 5 





2 


6 


5 





10 





5 





6 





10 





3 


74 


5 





2 


6 


1 10 





6 





6 






£0 10 0. 

6 '> 



ie u 


.r 2 6 


M 3 6 


1 6 


1 3 


1 3 


1 3 


2 6 


5 


6 


2 6 


' 2 6 


2 6 


2 6 


1 


' 5 


. 10 


5 


u 1 3 


10 


2 6 


1 6 


3 


! 3 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


5 


5 


2 6 


2 6 


2 6 


2 6 


6 


10 


2 6 


2 6 


5 


2 6 


7, 14 8 


CIS 


:0 5 


2 6 


5 


10 


5 


6 


10 


3 74 


5 


2 6 


1 10 


6 


6 



59 



t 



Gilbtrt, John 
Hazen, John 

Hazen, J' '^hn 
Hazeti, A. l.bt. 
Hazen, Charles 
Hazen, Mr?. C. 
Hazen, Isabella 
Hazen, Elizabeth 
Hazen, James K. 
Hazen, John Jun. 
Hazen, Robert 
Hayward, George 
Horton, Kbenezer 
Horton, Mrs. 
Hollv, Shadrach 
Hubbard, Mrs. 
Hubbard, Nathaniel 
Hubbard, Mrs. N. 
Hubbard, Miss H. L. 
Hubbard, Isabella 
Hubbard, Anne 
Hubbard, Ambrose 
Lynch, Mrs. 
M'Lean, Archibald 
M'Lean, Mrs. 
M'Phersun, J. R. 
Morrison, Joseph 
Partelow, H T. 
Partelow, W. H. 
Perkins, Chas. W. 
Patterson, Robert 
Scuullar, William 
Seely, Abraham 
Smith, Mrs. M. 
Stirling, Rev. J. M. 
Street, Charles F. 
Taylor, Gain 
Titus, AJbsalom 
Tovvnshend, Mrs. 
Wihnot, Mrs. 
Wilmot, Miss 
Wilmot, Mrs. J; L. 
Wilson, Charlotte 
Wetmore, A. R. 
Col. in Church, June 6. 
Do. do. Jan. 17, 

Total, 



£0 
1 



5 

5 
2 
5 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
2 
2 
2 
5 
10 
5 
3 
3 
2 
1 
2 



2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 
2 
5 
2 

10 
1 
5 
2 
5 
2 

10 

1 

2 

1 

10 

1846, 1 12 

1847, 1 2 



Campbell, P. W. 
Campbell, J. D. 
Cawley, Michael 
Carman, Samuel 
Carman, James M. 
Carman, Odber M. 
Carman, Mary 
Carman, Sarah A. 
Carman, Mary C. 
Carman, Fanny 
Carman, Richard 
Cowperthwaite, Jarius 
Cowporthwaite, Reuben 
Cowperthwaite, Charlotte 
Cowperthwaite, Sarah 
Dobald, Alexander 
Franklin, M. 
Hanson, Robert 

eanson, H. N. 
anson, Benjamin 
Hanson, Nancy 
Hanson, Mary 
Hanson, Edsar 
Jeffrey, Wifliam 
Jouott, X. 
M'Boan, G. 
M'Bean, Mrs. J. 
M'Lean, Mrs. S. 
Peppers, Thomas Sen. 
Peppers, William 
Peppers, Jane 
Peppers, John 
Peppers, Thomas 
Peppers, Robert 
Peppers, James 
Sterling, Georgn 
Sterling, Elizu A. 
Sterling, John 
Sterling, George A. 
Sterling, Alexander t\. 
Sterling, William 
Sterling, ESizabcth 
Sterling, A. M'L. 
Vanhorne, John 
Collection in Church, 



£18 4i 



JBO 



1 
1 
1 

5 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
10 
5 



2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
1 
1 

1 10 

5 
2 
2 
5 
6 
1 
5 
. I 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 

2 



t 



SAINT MARYS 

Armstrong, George .£0 1 3 

A Friend, 5 

A Friend, 5 

A Little Girl, 5 

Campbell, Ann 1 3 

Campbell, J. 1 3 

Campbell, Thomas D. 13 

Campbell, Margaret ' 1 3 

Campbell, C. F. 13 

Campbell, C. A. 13 

Campbell, Mary 1 3 



Total, 

STANLEY. 

Allen, T. B. 
Allun, Tlionias 
Barter, Charles Esq. 
Best, Mary 
Buchannan,' Mrs. D. 
Buchunnan, Mrs. Ann 
Clarkson, William 
Clarkson, James 
Daibeck, M.J. 
Day, Jane 
Douglns, John 



£0 



3 

3 





6 

6 

3 

3 

3 





6 

6 

6 

3 



3 

3 



3 

3 

3 





6 

6 





3 



3 

3 

3 

3 



3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



3 

6 



£10 2 



5 
2 

1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
S 



60 



Douglaa, Thoma* JCO 

Douglai, Jnhn Jr. 
Foreman, Robert 
. Ixoldthwaite, M. 
Gem, Dr. 
Howeil, ThomaH 
Hayne, Colonel R. 1 

Humble, William 
Humble, George 
Jtmes, Robert Esq. 
James, Mrs. 
Kerr, John 
Kelley, Leonard 
Kolley, Mrs. 
Logan, William 
Logan, Mrs. 
PoUon, George 
Plant, J. 

Pringlu, William 
Reed, John 
Reed, Mrs. 
Rocers, Henry 
Robins, Charles 
Sangster,' Agnes 
Scott, John 
Smith, Benson 

Stuart, Rev. A. V. 1 

Wigan, E. Esq. 1 

Wright, Captain 
Collected at the Ofiertory on 

Trinity Sunday, 1 

Do. . 



3 
1 
2 
3 
10 
3 

3 
3 
10 
10 
3 
1 
1 
3 
2 
5 
3 
3 
1 
1 
5 
3 
2 
2 
5 



to 


14 



Total, 



6 Carron 
0" -=' 

0__ 
DavL... 
Davidi 
6" - 


6 

6 Earla 

Elle, 

0" 



3 

3 

6 

6.„ 

6 He 

6 

8 



£11 II 



KINGSCLEAR. 

Lee, Hon. Thomas £1 

Lee, Mr3.G.(Ror,kburn,) 1 
Murray, Mrs. Isaac 7 

Reeves, Eliza Jane . 2 

Reed, Charles I 

Roberts, Rev. E. J. W, 2 

Oifertoryi St. Peter's Church, 

Trinity Sunday, June 1846, 2 10 
Do. do. Sunday after Epiph- 
any, January, 1847, 14 6 



^aiiuij, John 

Davidson, William 

Davidson, John 

*" ' Ison, Mrs. John 

■^•.TiJson, MissE. S. 

Davidson, H. 

Davidson, Witter 

Davidson, Mrs. Witter 

'* Is, Miss 
tgood, Mrs. 

w.jgood, J. S. 

Elwell, Rev. J. 

Elwell, Mrs. 

- I, H.Budd 

„.„„.l, M. OdeM 

Henderson, James 

"inry, James 

..jnry, Andrew 

Jones, Thomas 

Jones, Mrs. T. 

Jones, Simeon 

Tones, Miss E. 

Love, W. 

l<ove, Mrs. 

Love, James 

Love, M. A. 

Langan,J. H. 

Lyon, F. A. 

Lyon, Mrs. 

Lyon. John 
> Marshall, John 
' Marshall, Mrs. 
■- M'Intosh, W. 
M'Intosh, Mrs. 

U'TloF>nn» W 





61 

61. 

6 
















Total, 



£8 5 8j 



PRINCE 

Allan, Miss M. J. 
Allan, Miss Ann 
Allan, Miss M. A. 
, Allan, Mrs. Adam 
Allan, Joseph C 
Allan, Mrs. M. W. 
Bain, John T. 
Cheyne, Capt. R. N. 
Carruthers, Jntia 



WILLIAM. 

£0 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
^ 
2 
10 
2 



24 

3 

2i 

2.1 

6 

6 

6 



6 



£0 6 

10 

6 

6 

3 6 
7 

5 

3 6 

1 3A 

2 6 

3 6 
10 

5 



3 
3 
3 
3 

10 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
3 
3 





6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
3 
6 
6 



3 «6 
3 6 
7 6 



jn iniosn, mrs. 

M'Dermot, W.. 
Q Piekard,Vlilentine 
Q Roxborough, John 
g Roxborough, William 
g Roxborough, James 
Qt Rush, Andrew 
i^ Scott, Nathaniel 

Scott, John . 

West, Mrs. 

West, Mrs. (collected by) 



5 
3 
3 
3 
5 





6 

6 

6 



6 



3 

6 

3 6 

3 6 

10 

3 6 



1 
3 



Toal, 


£9 


11 


BATHURST. 








Baldwin, Mrs. 


£0 


5 





Bowser, Henry 




5 





Biackstock, Mrs. 




to 





Desbrisay, Theophilis 
Disbrow Rev. N. 




5 







10 





Friend, A 




5 





Friend, A 




5 





Millar, Samuel 




5 





Collected in Church, 


2 15 


() 



Total, 



£5 10 6 



5 
10 

6 
6 
9 6 

7 



5 
2 
1 
2 




6 



3 6 

10 



5 
2 
8 





6 

6 

6 

6 

6 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

3 

3 

6 

6 



3 
3 
10 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 

3 
3 
3*6 
3 6 
7 6 

5 
3 6 
3 6 
3 6 

6 
3 6 
3 

1 3 
3 6 

2 6 

2 6 
10 

3 6 



11 


) 5 





5 





10 





5 





10 





5 





5 


•0 


5 





15 


e 




KICHIBUCTO. 
Bowier, William 
Bluek, William A. 
Chandler, William 
DeWolf, Rev. T. N. 
DeabrisayiL. P. W. 
Debloifl, J. M. 
Donnelly, Mrs. 
Fonter,Jame8 
Forater, Isabella 
Graham, William 
Graham, Mrs. 
Gourley, Mrs. 
Hutchinson, Robert 
Hetherington, Samuel B. 
liandley, Thomas 
Holderness, John W. 
James, Alexander 
Jones, Frederick 
Ledden, Mrs. 
Lay ton, John 
Marshall, John 
May berry, Mrs. 
Murray, John 
Murray, Mrs. 
Pagan, George 
Powell, Solomon 
Powell, Ann 
Powell, Sarah 
Richardson, John ' 

Weldon, J. W. . 
Wetmore, Joseph 
Wathen, S. H. 
Wathen, John 
Wheten, John Sen. 
Whoten, John Jr. 
Wheten, James 



£0 10 

5 

15 

I 

1 
10 
3 
3 
3 
5 
1 
6 
2 
5 
5 

1 
10 
3 
5 
5 
3 
3 
5 
3 
5 

. 5 
2 
2 
5 

1 3 
6 
9 
2 
5 
5 
3 



01 





3| 











6 

6 



3 



6 









6 





6 

61 



6 





C 

6 



4 

3 



6 









Two Children, '£0 2 

Christiana, n 

Ofiertorv on Trinity Sunday, 15 
Do. on loth January, 1847, 12 11 



Total, £12 1 2 

GLENELG. 

N. £1 ( 

L. W. , 5 ( 

B. W. 5 

T. K. 5 3 

J. W. 2 6 

M. S. 2 6 

J. T. 10 

J. W. 4 

J. D.H. 7 

J. W. 4 7 

J. F. 2 6 

W. W. 10 

M. P. 2 

R. IV. & A. N. 6 

CD. &S. D. 3 6 

J. &S. K. 4 10 

G.W.& Family, 7 6 

A. W. & Family, 8 



Total, 


£7 10 


1 


S. WEST MIRAMICHI. 






Newcastle, 


£1 10 





Blackville, 


1 


17 


6 


Nelson, 


2 


3 


7 


Ludlow, 




12 





Cash for Books sold. 


15 


4 


6 



Total, £21 7 7 

SIMON DS, 

Avery, Rev. Richard £0 10 

Andrews, Mrs. ]0 

Armstrong, James 6 Q 

Bartrim, James 10 

Bartrim, Mrs. 1 3 

Bartrim, Miss Margaret 1 .3 

Bartrim, Miss Susan ) 3 

Bartrim, James Jun. 1 3 

Barter, James 2 0^ 

Beatty, William 5 

Beatty, Mrs. 2 5 

Beatty, Miss Mary 2 6 

Cody, Mrs. 10 

Cody James Osmond 10 

Cody, George H. 10 

Cother, James 10 

Cother, Thomas 2 6 

Connor, Miss Margaret 2 5 

Connor, — 2 6 

Disbrow, Noith 2 

Disbrow, Rev, J. W. 10 

DeVeber, William H. 10 

Douglas, Robert 10 

Hill. Miss Susan 2 6 

Jordan, John, M. P. P. 10 

Jordau, John Jun. 10 

Jordan, William M. 10 

Johnston, John 2 6 

Kilpatrick, Bernard 2 6 

M'Clure, Miss Susan J. 5 

M'Gregor, James 10 

Marter, Edward 5 

Majoribanks, Miss M. 2 6 

Nichols, Mrs. S. 1 4) 

Nichols, Henry Brougham 5 

Nichols, Miss Mary 5 

Ray, Robert -. 1 

Ray, Mrs. Robert 5 

Snider, Peter 2 6 

Snider, Mrs. Peter 2 6 

Snider, George • 1 0. 

Sentell, Ephraim 10 

Sentoli, Edward 10 



68 



8ent«ll, fTphrMin ' £0 6 

Bentflll, Mrs. Epliraim 5 

Benlell, Jane S. 2 6 

BentAll, Robert P. 6 

Sentell, John H. 9_6^ 

Total, . iao" 8 lOi 

GRAND MANAN. 

Bancron, Augustua £0 2 

BancroA, Henry 2 

Cheney, Edmund 2 

Craig, Cochrane Esqnira, 5 

Cuiaminga, J. E. 6 

fioggett, John 5 

Dozgetl, N;ithaniel 5 
FiaTier, Wilford Eiq. and Wife, 7 

Meise, Church EHquire, 5 

Neafas, Rev. James 2 2 

Nealea, Mary 1 1 

Noalea, Stunley J. 1 

Newton, Philip 6 

Rosa, John 10 

Taylor, Jamea and Wife, 6 

Taylor, Sumner 2 

Wills, George 2 

Winohes'ir, J, 3 

Woosster, Warren 2 



Total, 



£6 15 



CARLETON. 




Bliss, Charles P. 


jCO 6 


Cook, John 


10 


Coster, Rev. F. 


1 


Coster, F. Jun. 


6 


Craft, W. 


6 


Cuinley, H. 


6 


Dunham, I. 0. 


5 


Dunhath, W. C. 


5 


Fairwenther, T. 


6 


Jnrvis, G. R. 


10 


Johnst<)n. N. 


5 


Loe, Georse 
Littlehnle, J. C. 


5 


10 


Nnse, Henry 


5 


Peters, Dr. M. H. 


5 


Scammell, W. 


10 


Shivcs William 


6 


Stnckhouse, James Sen. 


6 


Stackhouae, R. 


10 


Strange, S. 


15 


Tilton, B. 


10 


Wetmore, J. 


6 


Wetmore. S. P. 


5 


Weeeler, Mrs. 


10 


Wheeler, Miss 


6 


Wheeler, Miss E. 


6 


Wilmot, R. D. 

Total, 


10 


£19 10 



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10 





1 





6 





6 





6 





. 5 





r;i..B 





6 





10 





6 





6 





10 





6 





5 





10 





5 





6 





10 





15 





10 





5 





5 





10 





5 





6 





1 






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