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present system is preferable to any other rule, which has been devised. In bad

AMERICAN EDUCATION SOCIETY. money, in the delay of contributions, and in the want of personal effort on the part of The Quarterly Meeting of the Board of some one person to superintend the move- Directors was held Wednesday, 8th of April. ments of the whole machine, more money would be lost to the church than is now The usual business was transacted, and required to sustain agents.

arrangements made for the Anniversary of 5 It should be remembered that the col- the Society. The appropriations made to lecting of funds is only a part of the duty of beneficiaries were ordered to be paid under Agents. The one for the Home Missionary Society, for instance, is to act the part of a the direction of the Financial Committee. bishop to all the small and destitute churches, when they shall be paid depends on the obtaining for them preaching, giving advice liberality of the friends of the cause. and watching over them with pastoral care. The Agent for the Education Society not

The Rev. Brown Emerson, late of Boyls. only labors to procure money for the support ton, has been appointed 10 a temporary of the young men; but it is made his duty agency of the Society, and be has entered to visit them, counsel, admonish, or encourage them as their circumstances require. upon the duties of his office. He has been Other duties, such as cannot be performed favorably received by the pastors and by pastors, devolve on agents of all these churches which he has visited, and been institutions.

successful in raising funds for the cause. Synod would only add, that the experience of many years, with, and without Agents, LETTER FROM A PRESIDING MEMhas fully satisfied wise and good men, who have the management of our benevolent

BER OF BENEFICIARIES. institutions, that in the present state of the

February 10, 1840. church and the world, there must be a

Rev.AND DEAR SIR, I take the liberty class of men, whose special duty it is, to of addressing you at this tine, not because superintend all the movements of our benev. there is any special reason for it, but because olent societies.

we are desirous to receive soine communications from yourself which inay be read at our monthly meeting, and contribute to

our edification and growth in grace. The MILK AND HONEY.

brethren often ask a few days before the Collected by Ralph Venning, 1653. concert, if any communications bave been

received from the Secretary-intimatiog that He never was so good as he should be, an affirmative answer would secure their that doth not strive to be better than he is. attendance. I am aware that your time

Though God suffers bis people not to sin must be very much occupied—but if other in revenging their adversaries, yet be suffers duties would allow you to write us ostener, not their adversaries to sin unrevenged. the favor would be thankfully received by

The things of this life have not the the beneticiaries at this College. Mr. — promise of godliness; but godliness hath the former Presiding Member, left with me the promise of the things of this life. twelve or thirteen copies of " Memoirs of

Every one that liveth, or hath life, hath Cornelius," and a few numbers of the last not the Son ; but every one that hath the Annual Report, which of course are subject Son, liveth, and hath life.

to your direction. You will be glad to hear Riches, honors, and pleasures cannot give that there are some indications of the comone Christ; but Christ can give one riches, mencement of a work of grace in our college, honors, and pleasures.

though I have heard of no recent conA saint is not only willing (as the carnal versions. Some, however, in the freshman man is) that Christ should bear his yoke ; class are inquiring what they shall do to be but is also willing (which the carnal man is saved. I hope and trust you will soon hear not) himself to bear Christ's yoke.

of many new born souls, rejoicing in the He that contemns a small fault, commits Saviour whom they have hitherto rejected. a great one.

But, dear Sir, we need the prayers of ChrisWhat the heart doth not, is as if not done, tians abroad. Has the church a right to in religion.

expect so great a blessing as a powerful He that is little in his own eyes, will not revival of pure religion in the colleges of be troubled to be little in the eyes of others. our land, without praying fervently and

What we are afraid to do before men, we constantly for this object? You need not should be afraid to think before God. be told, Sir, of the obstacles to such a work,

As there is a vanity lies hid in the best which exist in an institution like this-but worldly good; so there is a blessing lies hid if the great body of Christians were better in the worst of worldly evils.

acquainted with our situation, they would

remember us more frequently in their call observations of the language, and logick, prayers.—There is more than usual re- and in practicall and spiritual truths, as his Jigious interest in the churches in town-Tutor shall require, according to his ability; there have been a few hupeful conversions, seeing the entrance of the word giveth and the blessed work appears to be pro- light, it giveth understanding to the simple. gressing.

Ps. cxix. 130. Our concert has been held regularly from 4. That they eschewing all profanation month to mouth-generally well attended of God's name, attributes, word, ordinances, and interesting. We all need more holiness and times of worship, doe studie with good of heart-more heavenly mindedness, not conscience, carefully to retaine God, and only to fit us for the responsible duties of the love of his truth in their mindes, else the station to which we are looking forward let them know, that (notwithstanding their with so inuch interest, but to qualify us for learning) God may give them up to strong the faithful discharge of present duty. delusions, and in the end to a reprobate

As the usual period of your visit is ap- minde. 2 Thess. ii. 11, 12. Rom. i. 28. proaching, we hope soon to see and converse with one for whom we entertain sentiments of the highest respect and esteem.

With ihe desire to be remembered in ANNIVERSARY OF THE AMERICAN your prayers, I subscribe myself, yours EDUCATION SOCIETY. affectionately,

The Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting [ There are now revivals of religion in of the American Education Society will a large number of colleges, the particulars

be held in the city of New York on of which we have not been able to learn, so Thursday, the 14th day of May, 1840. as to give an account of them in this number. The members of the Society are noti

fied to meet for business at the Rooms Extract from the last Catalogue of the of the Central American Education Officers and Students of Lane Theological Society, No. 89 Nassau Street, at 4 Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio.

o'clock, P. M. of that day. The public “ Our students have had no difficulty in meeting will be held in the Broadway finding settlement, and if we had filty in. Tabernacle, at 7} o'clock in the evestead of ten to give the churches annually, they would have found immediate employ- ning, at which extracts from the Annual ment."

Report will be read, and Addresses

delivered. HARVARD COLLEGE.

WILLIAM COGSWELL, Extracts from “ New England's First Fruits, in respect to the Progress of Learning

Sec'y Am. Ed. Society. in the College at Cambridge in Massachus Education Roome:Boston, } Bay, &c. , in the

April 22, 1840 year 1643,” &c. Taken from 2d Volume of the Collections of the Massachusetts Histori.

FUNDS. cal Society.

Receipts of the American Education Society, for

the April Quarter, 1840. Rules and Precepts that are observed in

the College. 2. Let every student be plainly in- LOANS REFUNDED

1,308 62 structed, and earnestly pressed to consider Parma, N. Y. Rev. Ralph Clapp well, the maine end of his life and studies Foru Pulaskie, Ga. Ralph Dunning, Esq. by

H. Hill, Esq. is, to know God and Jesus Christ which is eternall life, John xvii. 3, and therefore to Jay Christ in the bottome, as the only Rev. Osgood. Herrick, late of Millbury, lg foundation of all sound knowledge and Rev. Jou L. Pomervy, late of Worthington,

Henry Mills, Esq. Executor learning.

by D. S. Whitney, Esq. Ex. And seeing the Lord only giveth wisedome, let every one seriously set himselfe

AUXILIARY SOCIETIES. by prayer in secret to seeke it of him. Prov. ii. 3.

SUFFOLK COUNTY. 3. Every one shall so exercise himselfe

(Hardy Ropes, Esq. Boston, Tr.) in reading the Scriptures twice a day, that Boston, Old South Society, in part he shall be ready to give such an account of his proficiency therein, both in theoreti

INCOME FROM FUNDS

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1 137 13

LEGACIES,

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BARNSTABLE COUNTY.

[Dea. Joseph White, Yarmouth, Tr.) Falmouth, Cong. of Rev. H. B. Hooker

40 00 North Fhlinouth, Cong. of Rev. J. Pike

26 50
[The following by Rev. Brown Emerson, Ag't.)
Barnstable, Dea. Munroe $3, Mr. David
Crocker 82

5 00
(West) Rev. Mr. Green-
wood's Soc.

14 00
(Center pille Vili.) 36, bal. in Tr.
hands 4 81

10 81-29 81 Bredster, Rev. Mr. Williams'. Soc.

12 00 Chatham, Rev. Mr. Rockwell's Soc.

36 25 Earthan, Rev. Mr. Babcock': Soc.

2 30 Haruich, Rev. Mr. Marchant's Soc.

7 50 Orleans, Rev. Mr. Lucas's Soc.

12 50 Sandwich, Res. Mr. Cobb's Soc.

38 40 Monument Parish

10 25-48 65 Truro, Rev. Mr. Boşter's Soc. 7 34, bal. in Tr. hands 2 00

9 34
Wellfleet (South) Rev. Mr. Hardy's
Soc.

25 15
(North) Rev. Mr. Adams's
Soc.

10 294-35 44 Yarmouth, Rev. Mr. Cogswell's Soc.

25 00—295 29

WORCESTER CENTRAL Assoc.

(Hon. Abijah Bigelow, Worcester, Tr.) Princeton, Cong Soc. by Rev. B. Emerson,

Ag'i, through Mr. Caleb Dana Westborough, soc. of Rey, Charles B. Kittreuge

Ladies' Ch. Soc. by Mrs. Lucy H.

Pond, Tr. From a friend

50 77

16 00 30 00-160 77

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ESSEX COUNTY NORTH.

(Col. Eheaezer Hale, Newbury, Tr.) Andover, Soc. of Rev. Mr. Jackson, additional

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MAINE BRANCH. (Prof. William Smyth, Brunswick, Tr.) Aina, Cong. Ch. and Soc.

8 00 Bath, Rev. J. W. Ellingwood's Ch. and Soc. 77 42 Mr. Palmer's

40 37-117 79 Brunstpick, Pros, Cleaveland

10 00 Button, Cong. Ch. and Soc.

10 00 Belfast,

8 50 Gorham, Benev. Soc. by Mr. William Hyde

Chapel Cong. in part, by S. Farrar,

Esq.
Amesbury (West) Rev. Mr. Clark's Soc.
Haverhill, by Miss R. M.
Ipewich, 1st Parish, Ladies' Ed. Soc. by Mrs.

Amy S. Wardwell, Tr.
Nersburyport, Ed. Circ. in 1st Pres. Soc. by

Miss Mary C. Greenleaf, Tr.
Rowley, Rev. Mr. Holbrook's Soc.

71 00
31 25
2 00

13 00 Le vision Falla, Cong. Soc. by

4 50

3 007 50 Portland, High St. Cong. Ch.

100 00 South Berwick, Cong. Ch. and Soc.

20 00 Somerset, Ed. Soc. Annual Meeting

814 Thomaston, 2d Cong. Ch.

6 00 Westbrook, Cong. Ch. and Soc.

14 00

51 00

54 50
15 00-225 50

$322 93

EDUCATION SOCIETY IN BROOKFIELD

ASSOCIATION.

(Rev. Micah Stone, Brookfield, S. P. Tr.) North Brookfield, Mr. Ezra Batchelder

21 00

6.

EDUCATION SOCIETY IN HARMONY

CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES.

(Wra. C. Capron, Esq. Uxbridge, Tr.) Müllbury, 21 Cong. Soc. by Mr. N. Goddard, Tr. of the Ch.

33 17 Uxbridge, Miss Laura E. Spring

40 0073 17

NEW HAMPSHIRE BRANCH.

(Hon. Samuel Morril, Concord, Tr.) Boscawen (West) Cong. Ch. and Soc. by Mr. Jabez Abbott

7 00 Boscawen (East)

by Rev. Mr. Tracy 20 20 Chichester

by Rev. Mr. Putnam 9 80 Francesiouon

by Mr. A. Lawrence,
'I'r, of Hillsboro' Co. Aur. Ed. Soc.

33 00
Henniker, Calvinistic Ch. and Soc. by Judge Darling 19 60
Hotlia, Cong. Ch. and Soc. by Mr. A. Lawrence,
T. Ảc.

45 37 Hopkinton, Cong. Soc. Rev. Mr. Kimball

5 00 Other individuals

17 34-22 34 Mont Vernon, Cong. Ch. and Soc. by Mr. A. Lawrence, Tr.

31 63 Nashua, y Rev. R. G. Dennis, Ag't

20 00 New Ipswich, Cong. Ch.and Soc. by Mr. A. Lawrence, Tr.

24 00 Pelham, Soc. of Rev. John Keep

13 09 $251 03

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY.

[llou. Lewis Strong, Northampton, Tr.) Easthampton, Ed. Soc. by Samuel Willis. ton, Esq.

112 60 Fladley, Gen. Bener. Soc. by Mr. E. Smith, 'l'r.

75 00 Northampton, Edwards Ch. Benev. Soc.

39 3 1st Par. Benev. Soc. 52 00—91 30 Southampton, Ladies' Ed. Soc. by Miss Princess Clap, Tr.

9 20 From the dieposable fund of the Co. Soc. 40 20-328 30

HAMPDEN COUNTY.

(Mr. Samuel Raynolda, Springfield, Tr.) Monson, Dea. A. W. Porter

75 00

MIDDLESEX COUNTY.
Lowell, Ladies' Ed. Soc. in Rev. Mr. Blanch.

ani's Cong. for Blanchard Temp. Schol. From the Coug.

NORTH WESTERN BRANCH.

(George H. Fish, Esq. Middlebury, Vt. Tr.)
Barnard, Cong. Ch. and Soc. by Rev. Mr. Gordon 7 00
Brookfield, Ladies' Asso. 4 75, Genta, do, 5 75 10 50

Cong. Ch. and Soc. 10 85, Mre. Mary
Lyman, 50 cts.

11 35-21 85 Castleton, Cong. Soc. Rev. Joseph Steele

22 26 Chelsea, Cong. Ch. and Soc. 28 58, Ladies' Ed. Soc. 3 50

32 08 Cornisall, Ladies' Ed. Soc. by Mrs. Sarah Lane, I'r.

12 26 Coventry, Soc. of Rev. L. S. French, by Mr. F. S. French

15 00 Ennsburg, Cong. Ch. and Soc.

40 00 Hardwick, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Soc. Rev. C. Wright, Tr.

25 66 Orwell, Cong Ch, and Soc. Dea. Fletcher, Tr.

19 85 Young Ladies' Ed. Soc. by Miss Fanny F. Corbin, Tr.

30 00 Rutland, Cong. Soc. 8 59, Ladies' Asso. 20 45 28 84 Gents. A 580. Wm. Page, Esq. Tr.

21 00449 84 Shoreham, Cong. Ch. and Soc. Mr. C. Callender, Tr.

12 50 Springfield, Soc. of Rev. H. B. Holmes

42 85 Thetford, by band of Rev. E. G. Babcock

13 40 Vershire, ladies' and Gents. Ed. Soc.

12 00 West Fairlee, Cong. Cb, and Soc.

3 71 West Randolph

1 00 Williamstown, by Mr. Asa Smith

3 00

75 00
27 90-102 90

NORFOLK COUNTY.

(Rev. Johu Codman, D. D. Dorchester, Tr.) Braintree, Dea. Jonathan Newcomb

10 00

OLD COLONY.

(Col. Alexander Seabury, New Bedford, Tr.) Fall River, Rev. Orin Fowler's Soc. by M:. Hodges

Reed, Ir. of Conference

70 59

8364 28

FUNDS.

CONNECTICUT BRANCH.

(Eliphalet Terry, Esq. Hartford, Tr.)
Brooklyn, Mrs. E. Smith in part to const. Mrs. L.

Scarborough a L. M. by Mr. D. C. Robinson,
Tr. Windham Co. Ed. Soc.

15 00
Coll. in Ist Cong. Soc.

49 32-64 32 Bristol, coll. in Cong. Ch. and Soc. by Mr. D. L. Parmeleo

22 45 Chaplin, a coll.

9 54 Durham, Ch. and Soc. by H. White, Tr. N. H. Co. EJ. Soc.

30 00 Enfield, coll. in Rev. Mr. Robbins's Ch. and Soc. by E. Parsons Esg.

23 00 Guit

ford, cont. in 1st Ch. and Soc. by Rev. Aaron
Button

38 00
Hartford, coll. by Rev. Joseph Emerson, Agit 509 00
Lailies' Ed. Soc. by

172 00—681 00 Jewell City, cont. in Ch. and Soc. in part to

const. Rev. Wm. Wright an H. M. by
Mr Emerson

18 25 Lyme, Mr. Wm. Hall, by Rev. Mr. McEwen

5 25 Meriden, coll. 15 00 of which is to const. E. A. Cowles,

Esq. & L. M. of N. H. Co. Ed Soc. by Rev. Mr.
Emerson

36 50
North Mansfield, coll. in Rev. Mr. Atwood's Soc. by
Mr. Charles Arnold, Tr.

41 00 North Coventry, Rev. Mr. Calhoun

1 75 Norfolk, Mrs. Sarah Batelle, ann. paym't

5 00 New London, a friend

5 00 North Woodstock, (M. Brook Soc.) a coll. by Mr. D. C. Robinson, Tr. &c.

49 00 Plymouth, coll. in Cong. Soc. by Charles Hosmer 35 00 South Woodbury, coll. by Rev. Pres. Day

21 45 Stonington, Mr. Elisha faxon, to const. himself a L. M. 30 00 Windoor, cont. by Rev. S. D. Jewett

19 50 West Hartford, coll. by Mr. R. Colton, Tr.

74 50 Westminster, ( Canterbury) coll. in Ch. and Soc. by Rev. Mr. King.

13 33 Killingly, coll. in Ch. and Soc. by Rev. Mr. Whitmure

43 80 Ladies' Sewing Soc. by do.

25 00—68 80

81,291 64

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CENTRAL AMERICAN EDUCATION SOCIETY.

(Charles Starr, Esq. N. Y. Tr.)

January Quarter. Albany, 4th Presb. Ch.

wMiam Cox

2 00 D. Patterson

1 00 Ann Newman

1 00 Lucy Sheffield

1 00 Mrs. White

5 00 Jane McCunselane

1 00 Henry Whittlesey

5 00 Elizabeth Buckley, bal.

50 Hester Bush

2 00 Nancy Andrews

1 00 Comelin Covert

1 00 Mrs. Chawn

1 00 Sarah Babcock

1 00 Mrs. Howell

2 00 Mrs. Newall

1 00 Mrs. Clement

50 William B. Humbert, bal.

100 00 Sexton

3 00 Coll, in part

12 50 Mr. Timpson

1 00

225 50 Deduct ree'd on mec. in April 150 00-75 50 Murray St. Ch. coll. in part

48 16 John R. Hurd

20 00 R. S. Kissam, M. D.

3 00 J. B. Jervis

10 00 Mrs. I Wilkie

1 00 James N. Whiting

10 00 Mrs. Varick

20 00 Mrs.

10 00-122 16 Spring St. Ch. Monthly Con. coll.

20 00 Coll. in Ch, in part

53 0773 07 Orange, N. J. First Ch. coll.

24 28 Second Ch. coll.

22 00—46 28 Shelter Island, Dea, Douglass, by Mr. Beers

1 00 Troy, First Ch. coll. in part

26 50 Bal. of coll.

35 00—61 50 Second Ch. coll.

10 00 West Point, Mrs. Sophia Ford

5 00 Donation from Mrs. Amelia Norton

1 00 Utica Agency, by Chaoney St. John, coll. in Cong. Ch. Hamden, Del. Co.

12 00

$1,574 37 April Quarter. New York City, Bleecker St. Ch. Mrs. Rev. 0. Eastman, Tr. Ladies' Praying Sec. 11 00

75 00 Mr. Sandford

8 00—78 00 Bloomfield, N. J. Presb. Ch. (in part) to const. Rev. Mr. Seymour a L. M.

25 96 Bethlehem, Presb. Ch. and Cong. to const. Rev. A. Dean a L. M.

33 50 Brooklyn, Ist Ch. C. P. Smith

25 00 Coll. in part

75 04 David Leavett

20 00 E. D. Hurlbart

10 00 Mrs. Fisher How

20 00 George F. Taylor

5 00 Dr. Cox's Ch. (1st Presb.)

13 00 Avails of Jewelry cont.

2 00-170 04 Cattskill, Presb. Ch.

34 56 Orrin Day

100 00 Bal. of coll, hy Rev. Dr. Porter

38 00 Rev. L. B. Vandyck, by Dr. Porter 30 00—202 86 Hudson, coll. by Secretary

32 70 Charles Paul, in part to const. himself a L. M.

20 0052 70 Marlborough, Presb. Ch. bal. of coll. by Rev. H. Beiden

4 75 Nero Windsor, bal. to const. Rev. J. M. Sherwood a L. M.

15 00 New York City, Brick Ch. Mrs. Catherine B. Patten

25 00 Bleecker St. Ch. coll. in part

62 56 Dr. A.C. Post

50 00 M. Wilhur, Jr.

1 00 Capt. James Funk, by R. M. Blatchford 20 00 J. B. Tappan

6 00 1. B. Fleming

2 00 D. Oliphant

5 00 A Friend

20 00 Benjamin Tyler Eastman

1 00 William Reed Eastman

1 00 James Roosevelt

100 00 Female EJ. Soc. in part

24 50—262 06 Brainerd Ch. coll. in part

21 75 William A. Booth

25 00

47 25 Rev. B. Labaree

150 25

9 25 From Ladies of B. Ch.

84 48 Mr. Merriam

2 00—289 98 Eighth Av. Presb. Ch. coll. in full

7 01 Fourth Ch. Rev. I. 1. Ostrom

5 00 V. MeName

3 00 Sundry suros by G. M. Tracy

25 00 Robert R. Johnston

10 00 L. B. Butler

5 00 H. A. Benton (in part)

7 50

5 00 G. B. Alvord

20 00 C. B. Hatch

2 50

hy Rev. c. S. Porter, from " a friend " 2 00 Mrs. J. Blackfan

3 00 Female Ed. Soc. bal.

45 75 "H. Y. 2."

3 00 James Donaldson

3 00 N. Talbot

25 00—92 75 Carmine St. Ch. coll. in part

23 00 Broad Way Tabernacle coll. in part 70 38 George Dryden

2 00 Benj. Waterbury

50 I. L. Hale

10 00 H. T. Lombard

1 00 Homer Franklin

5 00 R. H. Waller

1 00 W. R. Powell

2 00 George Abbott

1 00 Samuel Pius, in part

12 50-105 39 Spring St. Ch. Elizabeth Day

1 00 D. Wilson

10 0011 00 Murray St. Ch. Jacob Kershaw

37 50 Second Avenge Ch. coll, in part

15 55 Rex. Mr. Porter

6 00 John McComb

25 00 E. W. Hutchinga

2 00 T. D. Wilcox

1 00 D. Hawell

1 00
Mrs. Warner, First St.

EO
Miss Lewis

1 00
A. W. Jones

1 00 Rev. J.J. Owen

20 00 George Kinney

5 00 D. Harrint

1 00 G.W. B. Cushing

50 Mr. J. H. Ransom

50 Mrs. M. A. Wheaton

1 00 "J. N."

1 00-81 05 Duane St. Ch. Robert Boloid

20 00 "A Friend

20 00 Morris Ketchum

20 00 C. O, Halsted

100 00 Dr. Pierson

15 00_175 00 Village Presbyterian Ch. coll. in part 12 43 Miss Doughty

5 00 "A. P. A."

25 8. S. Wood

25 W. A. Wood

1 00 Hiram Millar

5 00 Mary Wicks

2 00 N. Norris

50—26 4a Laight St. Ch. Mr. A. R. Wetmoro

25 00 Brooklyn, N. Y. Ist Ch. J. C. Muker

10 00 P. Wesson

5 00 A. Wesson

5 00 A. R. Moen

10 00 Fisher How

30 00 " A Friend "

5 00 Rev. Samuel H. Coz, D.D.

25 00 E. Hyatt

25 00115 00

Coll. in part

Coll. In part

W.C. Gray

East Stockholm

4 00 Ereter

35 00 Fort Covington

31 00 Fhirfield

13 75 Gouverneut

20 00 Gienna Falls

50 00 Keespille

46 60 Leicis

6 00 Litle Falls

23 00 Middlefield Centre

19 00 Mooers

- 7 00 Morier

21 00 Norfolk, Mrs. Słowo

50 Potsdam

33 00 Plausburg

61 Rensselaer ville

80 87 Salisbury

17 04 Salern

30 00 Saratoga, Presbyterian Cong.

36 75 Female Ed. Soc.

20 00—56 75 Springheld

15 35 Upper Massena

1 92 Westmurland

75 Whitehall

94 47 Walthams Mills

18 00 Legacy

received from Philena Ranney, deceased, by S. Strong

20 00

8925 08 April Quarter. Boonville

24 91 Camden

9 59 Clinton

41 25 Cooperstoon

30 61 East Red field

10 00 Fullon

25 00 Kecreville (I.adics)

9 00 Lansingburgh

800 Nere Hartford

14 03 Onevia Association

1 86 Osrcego, 24 Church

17 00 Paris

7 92 Potsdam, bal.

7 00 Rome, Ist Ch.

33 58 2d 14

9 69_43 27 Sangerfield

4 12 Sauquoit

7 50 Syracuse, Presb. Ch.

66 16 Cont:

11 86 Upper Norfolle

50 Ulica

71 87 Female Benev. Soc.

10 00 Vernon l'entre

7 31 Vernon Village

27 00 Waterpille

8 87 Westford

16 00 Worcester

5 00 S485 68

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60 25 00

Newark, N. J. 3d Ch. David Nichols

Ladies of 3d Ch. by Rev. Mr. Trent

Rev. 8. B. Treat
Bloom held, N. J. a bal.
Mattewan, N. Y. Presb. Ch. W. Torrey
Huntsville, AL. Presb. Beper, Soc. by Samuel

Coliart, Faq.
Eden, Niagara Co. N. Y. Rev. Joseph M.

Sudd
Received from Philadelphia Ed. Soc.

50 00

800 1,548 00

$2,384 71

WESTERN EDUCATION SOCIETY OF NEW YORK.

(J. S, Seyrnour, Esq. Auburn, Tr.)
(Collected by Rev. Geo. R. Rudd, Sec'y.)

January Quarter,
Albion

32 01 Attico

12 20 Barre Centre

14 25 Bergen

17 25 Byron

7 00 Canandaigua, W. Hubbard, Esq.

20 00 Laxlies' Schol. in part

20 0040 00 Castleton, Ladies' Sewing Soc.

6 00 Churchpille

18 50 Danville

28 67 East Bloomfeld, bal.

20 00 Elbridge

1 00 Fredonia

48 25 Geneseo

23 50 Geruedas

347 00 Axtell's Schol.

75 00—422 00 Groton and Summer Hiu

40 62 Hunt'e Hollow

6 75 Jamestown

42 79 Jordan

1 00 Lakevilla

8 00 Lockport, Ist Ch.

25 27 2d Ch.

10 25 Cong. Ch.

11 5047 02 Ludloweille

20 00 Lyons

50 37 Medina

11 60 Morcow, bal.

I 50 Nunda

27 00 Palmyra, bal.

6 00 Penfield

14 45 Pittsford

27 00 Rochester, Ist Ch.

80 00 Brick Ch.

146 00 Betbel Ch.

62 50_288 50 Romulus

1 25 Seipio Square

10 00 Vienna, hal.

15 13 Waterloo

23 25 Westfield

33 93 Sheriden

5 85

$1,372 64

April Quarter.
Batavio
Altica, bal.
Auburn, Ist Ch.

2d "

Ladies' Schol.
Bufalo, 1st Ch.

Pearl St. Ch.
Elbridge
Fredonia, bal.
Geneva, Rev. P. C. Hay, D.D.

H. H. Seely
Jordan
Lockport, 1st Ch. bal.
Mr. Morris
Ripley

S. G. Orten
West Bloomfield, let Ch.

2d
Romulus
York
Youngetown

24 13

4 00 145 68 33 12 70 00--248 80 106 73 900-115 73

20 00

40 00 5 00 19 00-24 00

12 00 19 00 60 00 12 00

5 00 3 00 2 75

-5 75 18 50 14 50 45 00

8658 41

UTICA AGENCY.
[J, W. Dooliule, Esq. Utica, Tr.)
(Collected by Rev. Daniel Clark, See'y.)

January Quarter.
Augusta
Brasha
Baldspinopille
Balletown Spez
Cooperstown, Charles Smith, bal. of L. M.
Carthage
Clintonpille
Carlisle
Cherry Valley
Cooperston, Dea, Walker
East Whitehall

26 63
10 00
11 00
5 00
10 00
21 63
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