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1. R. BUTTS, PRINTER, 2 SCHOOL STREET.

SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY.

The American Unitarian Association celebrated its sixteenth anniversary on Tuesday evening, May 25, 1841. The members met for the transaction of business at half past six o'clock in the Berry Street Vestry, the Rev. Dr. Nichols, President, in the chair.

The records of the last annual meeting were read by the General Secretary.

The Treasurer's Statement of Receipts and Expenditures was then presented and accepted.

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE

AMERICAN UNITARIAN AssociATION, FROM

May 26, 1840, To May 25, 1841.

RECEIPTS.

Balance in the Treasury, May 26, 1840, per ac

count rendered,
From Auxiliary Societies and Subscriptions,

Life Members,
Donations from Societies and Individuals,
Sale of Tracts,
Subscribers to the General Agency,

$834 87
2837 94
424 00
182 88
280 33

5 00

410 00

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From Individuals to aid in building Churches in

the West,

to aid in building a Church at Hillsboro', Ill.

in aid of Unitarian Missions in the West,

to aid in building a Church at Burlington, Iowa Territory,

for a set of Communion Ware

for Unitarian Society at Quincy, Ill.
American Unita. Association Fund, amount

transferred being part of the Interest
of the Permanent Fund,

20 00

30 00

600 00

4880 15

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$5715 02 EXPENDITURES. For Printing and Binding Tracts, and Paper, 996 98 “ Incidental Expenses,

90 06 Salary of the General Agent for one year, 1800 00

Traveling Expenses of the General Agent, 100 00 “ Rent of Office one year, to July 1, 1840, 200 00 “ Aid in building a Church at Quincy, Ill. 300 00 “ Aid of first Congregational Society in Hillsboro', III.

300 00 • Aid of Unitarian Society in Quincy, Ill.

50 00 “ A set of Communion Ware for Unitarian Society at Quincy, Ill.

30 00 • Aid of Unitarian Society in Chelsea,

100 00 Aid of Unitarian Society in Topsham, Me. 100 00 « Aid of Rev. Mr. Whitman's Society in Portland, Me.

50 00 “ Aid of Unitarian Society in Saco, Me.

75 00 • Aid of Unitarian Society in Calais, Me. 100 00 66 Aid of Unitarian Society in Augusta, Me. 100 00 Missionary Services in New York, New Jersey, Penn., Mis

souri, and Iowa Territory. Rev. Mr. Hosmer,

10 " A. B. Muzzey,

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Rev. F. A. Whitney,

« Mr. Emmons,
66 Edward Stone,

Mr. Farley,
Mr. Eliot.
J. P. B. Storer,

45 90 310 20 20 25

530 00

Missionary services of Rev. Mr. Osgood, at Man

chester, N. H. Missionary services of Rev. Mr. Huntoon, at do.

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10 00 30 00

4962 04

Balance,

$752 98 HENRY RICE, Treasurer.

Boston, May 25, 1841.

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The following sums have been appropriated by the Executive Committee, but not yet drawn from the Treasury, viz. For Unitarian Society at Chelsea,

50 Mansfield,

50
Brooklyn, Conn.

50
Saco, Me..
Topsham, Me.

75
Hillsboro', III.

100 Portland, Me.

100 Gloucester,

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$525 00

Boston, June 15, 1841. The subscribers have examined the above account, and find it correctly cast and properly vouched.

THOMAS TARBELL, Auditors.
JONATHAN HOWE,

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The following officers for the ensuing year were then chosen. VOL. XIV.NO. 167.

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Hon. Joseph LYMAN, Mass.

JONATHAN PHILLIPS, Mass.
Charles H. ATHERTON, N. H.

STEPHEN LONGFELLOW, Me.
HENRY WHEATON, Esq. N. Y.
JAMES TAYLOR, Esq. Penn.
HENRY PAYSON, Esq. Md.
Hon. William CRANCH, D. C.
MARTIN L. HURLBURT, Esq. Penn.
Hon. SAMUEL S. Wilde, Mass.

Samuel Hoar, Mass.
Hon. RICHARD SULLIVAN, Mass.
Hon. LEMUEL H. ARNOLD, R. I.
BENJAMIN BAKEWELL, Esq. Penn.
H. J. HUIDEKOPER, Esq. Penn.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Rev. ARTEMAS B. MUZZEY,

"GEORGE E. Ellis. Directors.

“ NATHANIEL HALL,
Rev. CHARLES Briggs, General Secretary.

SAMUEL K. LOTHROP, Assistant Secretary.
HENRY RICE, Esq., Treasurer.

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