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St. Paul's Parish, Queen Anne county.
50 Marriages- white 2, colored 18,
HENRY BROWN, Rector. Centreville, May 26, 1849.
King and Queen Parish, St. Mary's county.
7 Communicants-added 11, received from another parish 2, died 11, removed 4, present number,
90 Marriages – white 8, colored 1,
9 Funerals—white 5, colored 8,
13 Contributions to Missions and other objects,
JOHN H. CHEW, Rector.
P. O. Miles Town, May 30, 1849.
St. Andrew's Parish, St. Mary's county.
3 Communicants—last reported unknown, added 1, died 4, removed 1, withdrawn 1, present number,
73 Marriages-white 1, colored 2,
Funerals-white 4, colored 3, Amount of Communion alms devoted to different institutions of the Church and to charitable purposes,
$43 58 A subscription has been raised for repairing, improving and enclosing the church, which I think will realize
300 00 The present Rector commenced Divine service in the noble old church of this parish in August last. He is happy to report an increasing attend
ance upon his ministrations, -devout reverence and earnest responses in public worship, and a confident hope of the fulfilment of the promise, that "in due time ye shall reap if ye faint not."
JAMES A. BUCK, Rector. Leonard Town P. O., May 27, 1849.
William and Mary Parish St. Mary's county.
21 i Collected for Domestic Missions,
$10 00 HARVEY STANLEY, Rector.
P. O. Great Mills, Tuesday in Whitsun-Week, 1849.
8 Marriages—white 2, colored 3,
1 Sunday School-Catechists, male 3, females 1,
4 Catechumens, male and female,
30 Offertory-for Missions, about,
$30 00 weekly, for Parochial purposes, about
70 00 Subscribed for church repairs, about,
350 00 God's blessing has been on us for the past, and we pray for it for the future.
JOS. J. NICHOLSON, Rector,
Princess Anne, Md.
Spring Hill Parish, Somerset and Worcester counties.
24 WM. AUGUSTUS WHITE, Reciot. Salisbury, May 28, 1849.
Stepney Parish, Somerset county. Communicants-last reported, 23-removed i, added 1, dropped for non-attendance 2–present number,
21 Contributions for Parish and other purposes,
$26 00 This report dates from September, when I assumed the charge of the Parish.
THOS. R. B. TRADER, Rector. May 29, 1849.
Wicomico Parish, Somerset county.
1 Contributions for parish and other purposes,
This report dates from September, when I assumed the charge of the said Parish.
THOS. R. B. TRADER, Rector. May 29, 1849.
Coventry Parish, Somerset and Worcester counties.
2 Communicants-died 2, removed 3, added 12, (5 from other parishes)-present number,
80 Sunday Oferings,
$73 00 JOHN CROSDALE, Reclor.
SAMUEL. K. STEWART, Deacon. Newtown, Worcester county, May, 1849.
St. Michael's Parish, Talbot counly.
3 Communicants-last reported 52—died 2, removed 6, added 2, present number,
46 Collections-for Missions and other religious purposes,
JOSEPH SPENCER, Rector. St. Michael's, May 29th, 1849.
St. Peter's Parish, Talbot county.
1 Communicants-died 3, removed 9, added 13-present number,
11 Sunday School-teachers,
51 Contributions-lo pious uses, including Missions,
$45 00 and another organ for the Whitemarsh Church, 330 00 With rare exceptions, the Church's order respecting Holy days, has been methodically observed; and the useful services of the Rev. John Neely, as Deacon, bave afforded to the congregation in Easton the benefit of more frequent public worship on every Lord's day.
HENRY M. MASON, Rector.
St. John's Parish, Washington county.
Baptisms-infants 10, adults 2,
8-present number, Contributions-to Missionary purposes
to the Poor,
49 02 101 11
In addition to this amount, the ladies of the Parish, by their faithful er. ertions, have raised, during the year, about $500—which has bees applied in part, to the current expenses of the Church, but chiefly, to the removal of some old standing debts of the Parish.
The Rector is happy also to report, that during the year a successful effort has been made to collect a congregation near Lappon's Cross Roads, six miles from the Parish Church, where a stone edifice, in pointed style of architecture, is now in course of erection. It is hoped to have it is readiness for consecration by the latter part of July, when regular weekly services will be celebrated in it. The congregation already gathered, will apply at the approaching Convention for leave to organize under the name aod title of St. Mark's Church.
THEO, B. LYMAN, Rectar.
Hagerstown, May 29th, 1849.
St. Andrew's Church, Clear Spring.
1-present number, Sunday School-scholars, about
20 105 16