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Jan. 29 Offerings from Worcester Parish,

from the Church at Salis.

bury, Spring Hill,
from Spring Hill Parish Ch
from Christ Ch. Cambridge,
from Christ Church, Easton,
from New Port Ch. Trinity

Parish, Charles county,
from King and Queen Parish,

St. Mary's,
from Trinity Church, Wm.

and Mary Parish,
froin St. Andrew's Parish,

St. Mary's county,
A Clergyman's offering,
For Diocesan Missions,
William and Mary's Parish, St Mary's

county, for general Domestic Mis

sions, Feb. 4 From J. Loney, Receiving Agent,

money returned which I paid to him
in error, to be applied to Diocesan

Missions,
(See entry made 230 May last.)
25 Mount Calvåry Church, by Rev. Mr.

Miller, for Diocesan Missions,
25 Chester Parish, Chester Town, by

Rev. C. F. Jones, for Jewish Mis

sions, N. York,
For Greek Missions, Athens,
To be divided equally between Mis-

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sion near Capo kams, China

Constantinople,
For Domestic Missions, at the dispo.

sal of the Bishop::
For Missions in Missouri and Iowa,
For Rev. D. H. Buel, towards com-

pleting his Church in Westminis

ter, Mar. 13 Clear Spring, Washington county,

from the Ladies, by Rev. Mr. Pen

dleton, for Diocesan Missions,
Deduct discount on uncurrent notes,
14 All Hallows' Parish, A. A. county,

by Rev. W. F. Brand, for Domes

tic Mission,
For Foreign Mission,
16 From Rev. Mr. McFarland, for Dio.

cesan Missions,
April 2 From Bishop Whittingham:

Offerings of Teachers and Students

of St. James's College,
Gift of two communicants of Christ

Church Parish, Calvert county,
Collections of St. John's Parish

Church, Hagerstown,
Collections of All Hallows' Parish,

Worcester county,

For Diocesan Missions, 28 St. John's Church, Ellicott's Mills,

by Rev. H. T. Harrison, for Dioce

san Missions, 28 Interest on $100, city stock, to 1st Apl.

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April 28 Christ Ch. Queen Caroline Parish,

A. A. county, by Rev. Mr. Waters,
for Jewish Missions, N. York, on

Good Friday,
May 18 Mount Calvary Church, by Mr. Col-

burn, for Diocesan Missions, 27 By balance due me,

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Report of the Treasurer of the Fund for Disabled and Superannuated

Clergymen.

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The Treasurer of the fund for disabled and superannuated Clergymen of this Diocese asks leave to report:

That in the year eighteen hundred and forty-five, the collections for this fund amounted to

$464 03 With which was purchased city six per cent. stock, to the amount of

452 16 This stock being then above par.

That in the present year his receipts have been as follows: Interest on city stock,

$26 14 From Christ Church, Baltimore,

107 37 St. Paul's Church, Baltimore,

16 92 St. Peter's Church, Baltimore,

34 00 St. Andrew's Church, Baltimore,

12 00 Sherwood Chapel,

4 55 St. Anne, Annopolis,

12 77 Chester Parish,

13 62 St. John's, Mr. Keech,

2 10 Christ Church, Georgetown,

32 00 St. John's, Mr. Harrison,

11 52 St. John's, Havre de Grace,

3 75 Shrewsbury Parish, Kent county,

7 06 St. Timothy's Baltimore county,

10 00 Clear Spring, Washington county,

2 00 Rev. R. W. Goldsborough,

5 00 Christ Church, Queen Caroline Parish,

3 50 Christ Church, Cambridge,

25 00 Chapel of St. James,

15 00 St. Luke's, Queen Anne county,

1 00 St. John's, Hagerstown,

13 00 Rev. Mr. Shiras,

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JOHN GLENN.

Summary of THE PAROCHIAL REPORTS, May, 1846.

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$260 813

19 00 Church consecrated.
20 00 Chapel purchased.

55 00
19 136 1,215 00 Church repaired. Services Feast

and Fast Days, & Wednesdays

and Fridays.
S. s. 222 00 Chapel building.

Church consecrated.

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Ass't Min. Rev. Francis A. Baker. 20 00 Church debt lessened.

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St. James's

Joshua Morsell,
Severn

Henry Aisquith,
Ellicott Chap. Patuxent Forge,
Grace Ch. Elk Ridge Landing,

Vacant.
Grace Church, Ellicoli's Mills,

Alfred Holmead,
St. John's Ch. Howard District,

Hugh T. Harrison,
St. Margaret's Westminster,

Samuel Ridout,
St. Paul's Parish, Baluiinore, Baltimore County, Wm. E. Wyatt, D.D.
Ascension Church,

Baluinore City,

Francis Peck,

Hy. V.D.Johns, D.D.
Christ
Cranmer Chapel,

Vacant.
Church of the Redemption,"

Robert Piggott,
Mt. Calvary Church,

Alfred A. Miller,
St. Andrew's

Joseph Trapnell, Jr.,
St. James's 1st African Ch. Balt.

John N. McJilton,
St. Peter's Church, Baltimore,

Thomas Atkinson,
St. Stephen's

John N. McJilton,
Trinity

George A. Leakin,
St. James's Parish,

County, Matthias L. Forbes,
St. John's Church, Huntingdon,

Richard C. Hall,
St. Thomas's Parish,

Charles C. Austin,
St. Timothy's Ch. Catonsville,

L. Van Bokkelen,
Sherwood Church,

Wm. N. Pendleton,
St. John's Ch. (in the Valley,)
Holy Trinity Parish,

& Carroll, D. Hillhouse Buel,
St. John's <<

& Harford, John R. Keech, All Saints' "

Calvert County, Henry Williams, Christ Ch,

John P. Bausman, St. Paul's

Robert Prout,

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20 140 447 80 Church consecrated.

$4.000 subscribed toward payment

of Church debt.

Has bought an organ.
ab. 2750 00 Has a charity Assylum.

Ch. debt paid. Ch. consecrated.
13 80 190 55 Pledges for liquidation of Church

debt given.
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