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MICHIGAN, GENERAL AssociaTION OF. - Organized KANSAS, GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF. – Organized October 11, 1852.

August, 1855. Officers : Rev. Sereno W. Streeter, Union City, Officers : Rev. Richard Cordley, Lawrence, Stated Moderator ; Rev. Philo B. Hurd, Romeo, Secretary. Clerk ; Rev. Lewis Bodwell, Wyandotte, Stat'l Clerk.

Next meeting : Jackson, Tuesday, May 15, at 75 Next meeting : Wyandotte, Wednesday, May 16, at o'clock, P. M.

7} o'clock, P. M. WISCONSIN, PRESBYTERIAN AND CONGREGATIONAL COLORADO TERRITORY. - No Association. Address CONVENTION OF.- Organized October, 1840.

Rev. Wm. Crawford, Central City.
Officers : Rev. Dexter Clary, Beloit, Moderator ; Rev.
Charles W. Camp, Fond du Lac, Stated Clerk, and

OREGON, GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF. Organized (?) Treasurer; Rev. Enos J. Montague, Oconomowoc, Per

Officers: Rev. Elkanah Walker, Forrest Grove, manent and Statistical Clerk.

Moderator; Rev. P- S. Knight, Oregon City, Next meeting: Fort Atkinson, Wednesday, October

Secretary. 3, at o'clock, P. x.

Nest meeting : Dalles, Thursday, June 21, at 11

o'clock, A. M. MINNESOTA, GENERAL CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE op. - Organized 1855.

CALIFORNIA, GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF. Organized Officers : Not reported.

1857. Next meeting : Fairibault, Thursday, October 11,

Officers : Den. Samuel Cross, Sacramento, Modero'clock.

ator; Rev. J. II. Warren, San Francisco, Registrar

and Treasurer ; Rev. W. C. Pond, Petaluma, StatisIOWA, GENERAL AssocIATION OF. – Organized No- tical Secretary. vember 6, 1810.

Nezt meeting: Sacramento, Wednesday, October Officers: Rev. Orville W. Merrill, Anamosa, Regis. 10, at 10 o'clock, a. M. ter and Treasurer.

Next meeting: Dubuque, Wednesday, June 6, at CANADA, CONGREGATIONAL UNION OF. - - Organized 71 o'clock, P. M.

1853.

Officers : Rev. A. Duff, Sherbrooke, C. E., ChairMissouri, GENERAL CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE

man ; Rev. John Wood, Brantford, C. W.. Secretary OF. - - Organized October 27, 1865.

and Treasurer. Officers: Rev. Truman M. Post, D. D., St. Louis,

Next meeting: Montreal, Thursday, June 14, at 4 Moderator ; Rev. Edwin B. Turner, Hannibal, Sec

o'clock, P. M. retary Next meeting : St. Louis, Thursday, October 18, at Nova SCOTIA AND NEW BRUNSWICK, CONGREGATIONo'clock, P. M.

AL UNION OF.- Organized 1847.

Officers : Rev. Robert Wilson, Sheffield, N. B., SecNEBRASKA, CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF. – Or

retary; H. P. Bridges, Esq., Sheffield, Troasurer. ganized August 8, 1857.

Next session : Keswick Ridge, N. B., Friday, SepOfficers : Rev. Lucius II. Jones, Fontenelle, Moder

tember 7. tor; Rev. Everett B. Hurlbut, Eikhorn City, Scribe; Rev. William H. Rose, Omaha, Compiler of Statistics. JAMAICA, WEST INDIES. - Churches are under the

Nezt meeting : Fontenelle, Thursday, September care of the American Missionary Association, - office 13, at 7) o'clock, P. M.

at New York.

THE GENERAL ASSOCIATIONS, ETC.: — ORDER OF MEETING.

Michigan, Tuesday, May 15, at Jackson.
Kansas, Wednesday, May 16, at Wyandotte.
Indiana. When ?
Illinois, Wednesday, May 23, at Ottawa.
Iowa, Wednesday, June 6, at Dubuque.
Rhode Island, Tuesday, June 12, at Pawtucket.
Ohio, Tuesday, June 12, at Talmadge.
Canada, Thursday, June 14, at Montreal.
Connecticut, Tuesday, June 19, at Winsted.
Vermont, Tuesday, June 19, at Newbury.
Oregon, Thursday, June 21, at Dalles.
Massachusetts (Ass'u), Tuesday, June 26, at New-

bury port.

Maine, Tuesday, June 26, at Bath.
New Hampshire, Tuesday, August 28, at Dover.
Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Friday, September

7, at Keswick Ridge.
Massachusetts (Conf.), Tuesday, September 11, at

Northampton.
Nebraska, Thursday, September 13, at Fonteirelle.
New York, Tuesday, September 25, at Warsaw.
Wisconsin, Wednesday, October 3, at Fort Atkinson.
California, Wednesday, October 10, at Sacramento.
Minnesota, Thursday, October 11, at Faribault.
Missouri, Thursday, October 18, at St. Louis.

STATISTICS OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES OF

AMERICA, AS COLLECTED IN 1865.

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Commenced.

Place and Name.

Org

Name.

Male.

Dism.
Excom.

Adult.

Abbott and Guilford, 1841 John A. Perry, 8. 8. 1812 18604 3 9 15 2100

100 Acton, 1781 Francis P. Smith, 8. 8. 1839 1859 21 37 58 12 2 0

30 Albany, 18(3 Samuel L. Gould. 8. N. 1839 1856 18 41 59 20 0 3

75 Albion, 1830 No separate worship.

5 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alexander, 1854 (Gilman A. Hoyt, Licen.) 1864 1 2 3 0 0 0

0 0 0 23 Alfred, 1730 John Orr, p. 1846 1816 31 81 112 24 0 0

0 0 11 90 Alna, 1796 Wm. S. Thompson, 8.8. 1864 1861 21 62 73 171

51 0 1 70 Amherst & Aurora, 1830 David S. Hibbard, 8.8. 1860 1861 10 12 22 80

2 0 0 57 Andover, 1800 Wm. V. Jordan, 8. 8. 1836 1859 23 39 62 11 0

3100 70 Anson, 1804 Alex'r R. Plumer, 8.8. 1863 1861 15 35 50 30 0 0

0 31 0 0 30 Atkinson, 1842 Rufus W. Emerson, s. 8. 1856 1862 8 9 17 2

0 0 0 0 0 0

40 Auburn, High st., 1926 Aaron C. Adams, p. 1839 1858) 66 156 222 0 0 8 8

7 0 0 225 West, 1844 Alpha Morton, 8. 8. 1844 1863 59 78 137 36 2 0 2

3 1 0 75 Augusta, S. Parish, 1794 Alex'r McKenzie, p. 1861 1861 86 236 322 48 14 10 24 7 0 11 6 10 812 N Parish, 1829 Minister of South Church.

6 7 3 0 0 0 5 0 6 0 0 0 Baldwin,

1821
None.

4 11' 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bangor, 1st ch., 1811 Lyman S. Rowland, P, 1864 1864 66 172 235 47 0 0 0 10 01710 01190 Hammond st., 1833 None.

92 197 289 54 1 5 6 11 6 0171 1 6 300 Central ch.. 1847 George W. Field, p. 1853 1864 83 164 247 60 14 9 23 6 6 12 0192 Bath, Winter st., 1795 John 0. Fiske, p. 1843 18431 91 242 333 57 0 3 3 8 90 1264

Central ch., 1835 Augustus F. Beard, p. 1860 1862 59 134 193 39 3 3 6 2 0 71 3 1 150 Belfast, lát ch., 1796 Wooster Parker, p. 1830 1856 26 84 110 14 4 5 9 3 0 6 1 1 70

North, 1816 (Samuel Morrison, licen ) 1864 14 26 40 10 0 0 0 3 3 1 0 0 40 Benton, 1858 Prof S. K. Smith, s. 8.

2 15 17 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 Bethel, 1st ch., 1799 John B.Wheelwright,s.s 1850 1859 62 116 178 10 0 4 4

1 0 0 136 21 ch..

1849 David Garland, p. 1849 1819 30 57 87 5 0 2 2 2 40. 2 101 Biddeford, 1st ch., 1730 Chas. Peaboly, s. 8. 1841 1857/ 25 63 88 121 0 0 0

11 0 0 35 21 ch., 1805 James Palmer, p. 1854 1864 63 190 253 82 16 7 23 2 2 4 13 0 200 Pavilion, 1857 Charles Tenney, P.

1844 1858 31 115 146 25 13 3 16 3 0 4 7 5 240 Bingham,

1805 John K. Deering, 8.8. 1856 186321 25 46 4 1 3 4 3 0 31 0 0 50 Blanchard, 1833 Henry S. Loring, 8. 8.

1850 1862 16 27 43 19 0 0 0 0 이이이이 46 Bloomfield & Skow. hegan,

1801 Temple Cutler, p. 1861 1861 50 92 142 22 2 0 2 1 2 0 00170 Bluehill, 1772 Samuel Bowker, p. 1844 1860 29 52 81 15 0 0 0 3 0 0

75 Boothbay, let ch., 1776 None.

16 34 50 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

75 Harbor, 1818 None.

24 30 54 15 0 0 0 3 0 0

0 Bradford. 1838 None.

8 11 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

70 Bremen, 1829 David Q. Cushman, 8.s. 1838 1864 3 11 14 1 1 0 1 1 0 0

0 25 Brewer, 1st ch.,

1800 Samuel Harris, s. 8. 1841 1861 38 60 98 20 3 0 3 3 1 0 4 2 0 154 Village, 1813 Welling'n Newell, s. 8. 1856 1862 16 39 55 12 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 7 125 Bridgton, 1781 None.

31 63 94 18 21 021 2 2 0 4!19 0 75 South, 1829 Benj. F. Manwell, p. 1862 18621 20 42 62 11 20 0 20 1 0 0 1 15 2

North, 1232 Leon'd W. Harris, 8. 8. 1842 1861 18 33 51 17 2 2 4 1 021 2 0 40 Bristol, 1st ch., 1765 None.

11 22 33 2 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 21 ch., 1855 None.

12 24 36 12 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 35 Brooksville, West, 1926 Benjamin Dodge, 8. s. 1848 1861 15 30 45 0 0 0 0

010 3 Brownfield, 1804 Isaiah P. Smith, 8. 8. 1864 1864 12 15 27 3 0 0 0

1 0 0

50 Brownville, 1819 None.

33 62 85 22 0 0

2 0 1 60 Brunswick, 1747 George E. Adams, p. 1829 1829 86 196 282 80

15 2 3 220 Bocksport, Elm st., 1803 Ilenry K. Craig, p. 1855 1855 34 91 125 20 0 0 0

0 2 0 0 160 Burlington, 1827 (Chs. W. Jenkins, lic.} 1865 10 17 27 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 50 Buxton, Center, 1763 George W. Cressey, 8. 9. 1840 1852 22 41 63 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 64 1763 Joseph Bartlett, p. 1817 1817 10 51 61 10 9 1 10

0 1 8 4 90 1825 Seth H. Keeler, p. 1829 1839 60 160 220 20 3 3 61 2 1 0 3 0 9 200 Camden,

1805 Franklin P. Chapin, p. 1857 1857 33 85 118 2010 1 1 2 1 1 4 0 2 100 Care Elizabeth, 1734 Henry M. Vaill, s. 8.

4 21 25 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 90 Carmel. 1853 Supplied from Seminary.

1 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 00 0100 Carroll & Springfield, 1846 None.

12 18 30 0 0 0 0

0 001 0

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CHU. MEMBERS. ADDIT'S

May 7, 1865. 1864-5.

REMOVAL
1864-5

'ISMS. 1861-5.

CHURCHES.

MINISTERS.

Ordained.

Commenced.

BIN SAB. SCHOOLS.

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Absent.
Prof.
Letter.
TOTAL

Deaths.
8598 TOTAL

Casco,
1864 None.

10 15
12 3 150 0

6 l) 60 Castine, 1820 Alfred E. Ives, p. 1838 1855 17 74 91 11 4 0 4 2

2 4 130 Cherryfield, 1833 (Samuel W. Pearson, Lic.) 1865 41 13 17 3 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 Chesterville, 1790 Vo ordinances,

13 20 12 0 0 0 1 100 Clinton, 1858 Prof. S. K. Smith, s. 8. .

2 4 6 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 0 (Cooper, 1825 (Gilman A. Hoyt, licen.) 1864 4 8 12 3) 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 25 Cornish, 1810 Albert Cole, s. 8. 1847 1858 12 31 43 21 8 5 13) 2

2 8 0 40 Cumberland, 1793 Eben'r S. Jordan, 8. 8. 1857 1859 46 117 163 10 1 2) 1

10 4 150 Delham, 1841 James Well. p. 1819 1858 17 29 46 81 0 0 0 1

11 0 2 112 Deer Isle, let ch., 1773 Samuel S. Drake, s. s.

1834 1862) 61 124 185 10 10 0 10 3 0 31 5 0 215 24 ch., 1858 None.

18 17 35 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 Denmark, 1829 None.

7 23 30 10 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 Dennysville, 1805 Charles Whittier, p. 1860 1860 50 81 131 28 4 2 61 2

3) 1 5 140 Dexter, 1854 None.

12 37 49 26

0 0

0 0 0 Dixfield, 1806 None.

5 20 25

0045 Dixiont & Plymouth 1807 Wm. 8. Sewall, 8. 8. 1839 1861 3 8 11 31 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 80 Durhan, 1796 Wm H. Haskell, 8. 8. 1833 1942 8 22 30

0 0

0 0 0 50 Eastport, Central, 1819 Edward Chase, S 8. 1863 1864 16 45 61 281 0 110

10055 Elgecomb, 1783 Joseph Loring, 8.8. 1863 1865 20 56 76 29 0

51 0 0 0 Elliot, 1721 (William H. Cutler, lic. ) 1865 18 58 86 510

0 0 0 0 40 Ellsworth, 1812 Sewall Tenney, p.

1831 1835 23 71 94 18 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 145 Falmouth, 1st ch.,

1751 John C. Adams, 8. 8. 1851 1859 31 86 117 0 2 0 2 3 0 4 2 0 80 21 ch.,

1830 Thomas S. Robie, s. s. 1859 1861 30 65 95 24 1 0 1 2 0 3 1 0 72 Farmington,

1811 Kowla B. Howard, p. 1860 1860 74 131 208 10 3 13 16 5 051 2 5 183

Falls, 1859 (William W. Dow, lic.) 1863 6 12 18 5 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 50 Fayette, 1835 No ordinances.

4 12 16 5 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 Fort Fairfield, 1813 Elbridge Knight, s. 8.

1813 18525 5 10 0 0 010 0 0 0 2 180 Foxcroft & Dover, 1822 Benj. C. Chase, 8 s. 1849 1864 53 99 152 37

3) 2 0 100 Frankfort, 1851 (Welling'a R. Cross, lic.] 1964 6 22 28 12

0 1 0 0 50 Freedom,

1858 (Samuel Morrison, lic.) 1861 9 15 24 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Freeport, Ist ch., 1787 None.

33 104 142 0 0 0 0

0 5 0 0 75 South, 1857 None.

87 62 89 231 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 65 Fryeburg, 1775 David B. Sewall, p.

1842 1859 62 146 208 38 30 2 32 5 0 711 0 115 Gardiner,

1835 Austin L. Park, p. 1864 1861 34 96 130 39 7 4 11 3 5 3 101 88 Garland, 1820 Peter B. Thayer, p. 1848 1848 36 42 78 10 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 100 Gilead, 1818 None.

4 14 18 5) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60 Gorham, 1750 Stephen C. Strong, p. 1854 1860 55 150 205 35 5 1

12 3 0219 Gray, 1803 Ebenezer Bean, s. s. 1862 1863) 17 46 63 2 3 3

0 31 3 51 85 Hallowell, 1791 Americus Fuller, p. 1862 1862 44 153 197 531 2 4

0 6 0 1 190 llampden, 1817/Supplied from Sem.

19 62 82 14 2

0 2 0 2 2 0 86 Harpawell, 1763 None.

19 49 68 149

1

1 0 0 25 Harrison, 1826 (Charles C. Watson, lic. ] 1865) 19 38 57 261 0 0 1

1 0 0 54 Hiram, 1826 None.

2 8 10 3) 0

3) 0 1 35 Hellon & Linneus, 1845 Elb'e C. Carpenter, 8. s. 1841 1860 7 8 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ilollen, 1828 Supplied from Sem.

28 51 79 10 0 0 0 1

1 0 0 125 Houlton, 1833 Elb'e C. Carpenter, 8. 8. 1841 1859 4 20 24

0 1 1

0 1 0 0 Industry,

1808 Alex'r R. Plumer, s. 8. 1854 1863 21 20 41 13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 Island Falls,

1859 Ephraim Folyes, 8. 8. 1831 1865 11 8 19 51 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 25 Isle au Haut, 1857 Joshua Eaton, s. 8. 1841 1857 4 14 18

0 0 30 Jackson & Brooks, 1812 [Thos. E. Brastow, lic.)

1864) 22 53 75 9 0 0

o 80 Jefferson, 1843 None

0

2 1 3 0 0 Jonesborough, 1840 None. 6 51 11 91 0 0 0 0

0 Kenduskea, 1834 Wm. S. Sewall, s. 8. 1839 1861 17 35 52 7 0 0 0

01 40 Kennebunk. 1826 Fr'klin E. Fellows, p. 1855 1859 21 68 89 12 7 0

75 Kengebunkport, 1st, 1730 John Parsons, 8.8. 1857 1863 18 43 61 11 0

ol 60 South, 1839 None.

6 42 48 8 3

0 50 Kingfield, 1819 None.

1 4 5 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 Kittery, 1714 Thomas L. Ellis, 8. 8. 1859 1863 11 25 36 111 0 0

41 0 3/100 Lebanon, 1765 None.

30 68 88 15 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 71 Lee, 1863 Chs. H. Emerson, s. s. 1858 1863 6 10 16 4 0 0

0 0 2 30 Lewiston, Pine st., 1851 Uriah Balkam, p.

1811 1856 69 186 255 65) 2

2 13 181 1 3 250 Liinerick, 1795 None.

34 66 100 21 0

2 0 2 61 Limington, 1789 (Albion H. Johnson, lie.) 1865 32 67 99 40

1 0 1 100 Liucoln,

1836 (Charles W. Jenkins, lic.) 1865! 7 25 32 11 0 Lisbon, 1833 None.

3 13 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 Litchfield, 1811 None.

30 40 70 27 0 0 0 0

O O O 55 Lovell, 1798 Joseph Smith, p. 1842 1853 46 80 126 1831 3 34

16 0 110 Lubec, 1818 None.

2 4 6 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 Luman,

1801 Wm. A. Merrill, 8. s. 1852 1861 35 73 108 16 5 0 5 5 2 3 10 5 0 110 Machias, Center st., 1782 Henry F. Harding, s. 8 1855 1855 46 117 163 24 4 0 4 2

0 41 42200 East, 1826 Edwa P. Baker, 8. 8. 1859 1863 25 100 125 35 15 116 10

0 1 14 01 2000 Machiasport, 1831 Gilman Bacheller, s. 8. 1831 1831 23 29 52 7 0 0 0

41 00 99 Madison, 1826 Thos. G. Mitchell, 8.8. 1816 18511 21 40 61 151 1 0 1 2

311 0 90 Fast, 1859 Chas. R. Daggett, 8. 8. 1862 1861 2 10 12 01 0

0 0 60 Mechanic Falls. 1840 None.

13 23 36 11 0

7 0.0 0 Mercer, 1822 None.

16 25 41 121 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 50 Minot, 1729 Elijah Jones, p.

1823 1823 39 47 85 0100 5 1 3 9 0 * West & Hebron, 1802 Horatio Ilsley, 8. 8. 1837 1364 23 36 69

50 1 61 1 80 16 60 20 0:01

CHA MEMBERS ADDIT'S
May 7, 1865. 1864-5.

REMOVALS. B'ISMS 1864-5., 1864-5

CHURCHES.

MINISTERS

Ordained.

Commenced.

BIN SAB SCHOOLS

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Dism.
Excom.
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100

Monmouth,
1853 Nathan W. Sheldon,8.s. 1824 1861) 715 22

100 Monson, 1821 Henry S. Loring, s. s. 1850 1860 25 33 58 22

1100 Monticello, 1833 None.

2 4

0 Naples, 1858 Thos. T. Merry, s. s. 1864 1864 1 11 12 2

1 60 Newcastle, 1st ch., 1799 Wm. S. Thompson, s. s. 1860 1861 13 24 37 7

0l 240 24 ch., 1844 John J. Bulfinch, s. 8. 1860 1862 55 104 159 27

41 3 6 0 9 0 0 180 Newfield, 1801 George S. Kemp, 6. 8. 1856 1861 18 28 46 17

0 3 0 0 3 0 21 75 New Gloucester, 1765 (Wellington R. Cross, lic. ] 1865 41 88 129 22

0 0 85 New Sharon, 1801 llorace Toothaker, p. 1861 1864 35 62 97 24 3

1 0111 New Vineyard, 1829 Alex. R. Plumer, s. s. 1854 1863 11 11 22 7

0 0 40 Vorridgewock, 1797 Benjamin Tappan. p. 1838 1858 41 93 134 32 5 1 66

1 0100 Northfield, 1836 [Joseph Danielson, lic.] 1864 8 12 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 50 North Yarmouth, 1806 Thomas N. Lord, s. 8. 1837 1864 32 68 100 12 5 2 3 3 0 6 3 9 90 Norway, 1st ch , 1804 Philo B. Wilcox, 8. 8. 1851 1860 14 44 58 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 87 2d ch., 1853 Amory H. Tyler, s. s. 1805 1862 19 50 69 151 0

1 1 0 0 120 Oldtown, 1934 None.

14 41 5 12 0

1 0 2

75 Orland, 1850 Walter E. Darling, 8. s. 1862 1865 9 25 34 20

0 0 Orono, 1826 Smith Baker, Jr., p. j. 1860 1861 19 55 74 22 0

0 0 90 Orrington, East, 1834 H. Allen Shorey, p. 1865 1864 19 38 57 15

0 0

0 0 125 Otisfield, 1797 None.

30 49 79 4

5 1 80 Oxford, 1826 (Thomas Crowther, lic.]

1865
8 23 31 9 0

75 Par-onsfield, 1795 Nune.

5 14 19 2

0 0 0 Passadunikeag, 1815 None. 1 5 6 0

50 Patten, 1815 Wm. T. Sleeper, s. s. 1854 1860 18 39 57 5

60 Pembroke, 1835 [Alfred F. Marsh, lic. ) 1965 8 15 23 0

0 Perry, 1822 ( Alfred F. Marsh, lic.) 1865 9 17 26 2

0 0 75 Phillips, 1822 None. 15 20 35 12

10 Phipsburg, 1765 Francis Norwood, 8. 8 1825 1858 43 104 147 42

70 Pittston, 1812 Thomas Adams, s. s. 1818 1663 10 26 36 51 0

0 Poland, 1825 None. 5 18 23 7 0

0 Portland, 2d,

1788 John J. Carruthers, p. 1819 18461 78 287 365 281 0 5 5 6 11 0 17 0 3.1,

1925 Jer'h E. Walton, s. 8. 1856 1864 60 169 229 30! 0 12 12 2 6 0 0 150 High st., 1831 None.

86 274 361) 120 2 1 3 4 7 11 0 10 100 4th, 1835 None.

3. 38 41 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 Bethel, 1840 Vaola J. Hartshorn, p. 1865 1864 22 20 42 6 6 0 6 8 2 0 10 0 1 150 State st., 1852 George L. Walker, p. 1858 1858 89 221) 309 271 6 16 22 5 8

15 2 61 330 Central, 1836 Henry D. Moore, p. 1842 1857 115 220 335 18 38 7 45 3 5

8/19 6310 St. Law.st., 1859 John II. Mordough, s. s. 1836 1862 32 82 114 10 3 9 12 1 6 3

2 01250 W. Cong'l, 1842 Geo. A. Tewksbury, p. 1803 1803) 11 19 30 7 4 1 5 0

4 21175 Powdal, 1811 Joseph Boardman, 8.8. 18 il 1860 30 65 95 13 0 0 0 4 0 0

021 90 Princeton,

1858 Chas. L. Nichols, p. 1861 1861 7 16 23 1 8 2 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 Richmond, 1827 Thos. G. Grussie, 8. 8. 1863 1865 7 24 31 91 0

1 3 0 o 60 Robbinston,

1811 Gilb B. Richardson, 8.8. 1857 1563 22 57 79 21 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 102 Rockland, 1838 Edwd F. Cutter, s. s. 1833 1831 11 85 96 21

42 0 3 3 ol 92 Rockport,

1854 George W. Marden, s.8. 1805 11 31 42 8 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 40 Rumford, 183 John Elliot, 8. s.

1831 1859 15 20 35 21 0 0 3 0 0 31 ool 50 Saco,

1762 John H. Windsor, p. 1859 1564 84 209 293 61 32 2 10 0 Sanford, 1786 John U. Parsons, s. 8. 1831 1861 20 41 61 11

3

1 ol 81 South, 1847 None.

10 15 25 31 0

0 0

olo 45 Sangerville,

1829 John A. Perry, 8. 8. 1812 1860 5 12 17 5! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Scarborough, 1728 None.

35 42 77 13 0 0 0 0 0 Searsport, 1st ch., 1815 Jona E. Adams, s. 8. 1859 1864 | 35 99 134 21 2

6 25 0 1 130 2.1 ch.. 1255 Iliram Houston, s. 8. 1850 1859 5 21 26 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sedgwick & Br'sville, 1793 Benjamin Dodge, s. s. 1848 1861 15 18 33 4 0

010이 110 01 50 Village, 1847 No ordinances.

10 19 29 11 0

010 00

O Shapleigh,

1823
None.
3 8 11 0 0

0 ciley, 1829 Worship with other so.

10 15 25 9 solon, South, 1806; Chas. R. Daggett, s. 8. 1862 1864 3 11 14 9 0

o 42 Solon, 1812 John K. Deering, 8. s. 1850 1863 4 10 14 31 1

0 60 South Berwick, 1702 None.

25 103 128 32) 2 South Paris,

1812 Fran. Southworth, s. s. 1857 1864 55 127 182 331 0 St Albans, 1839 Wm. S. Sewall, 8. s. 1839 1864 7 17 24 31 0 0 0

0 0 75 Standish, 1834 Calviu Chapman, s. s. 1842 1863 10 43 53 18 00 3 3

01 21 40 Stockton, 1839 Hiram Houston, s. 8. 1850 1859 33 47 80 101 1 2 3 0 0

04 70 Sto* & Chatham, 1861 Ezra B. Pike, s. 8. . 1863 1863 14 24 38 1 3 2 5 0 0 0 0 3 0

90 Strong,

1810 Jonas Burnham, s. s. 1859 1860 53 70 123 551 0 5 5 5 1 Sumner, 1802 Benj. G. Willey, 8. s. 1824 1851 38 75 113 151 3 0 3 2 0

3 0 85 Sweden, Ezra B. Pike, s. 8. 1863 1863 25 34 59 13 0 0 0 1 0

0 0 90 Temple, 1805 Simeon Hackett, s. 8. 1830 1851 | 20 34 54 81 0

0 0 60 Thomarton, 18019 Javan K. Mason, p. 1849 1864 25 93 118 32 1

0 Thorndike, 1834 None.

3 14 17 2 0

0

0 0 0 Top-field.

1861 Chas. L. Nichols, 8. 8. 1861 1863 5 16 21 2 0 Topsham,

1789 Daniel F. Potter, 8. . 1832 1856 31 71 102 0 Tremont & Mt. Des'rt, 1792 None.

33 56 89 0 0

0 0 0 Turner,

1794 Stacy Fowler, s. 8, 1862 1864 33 67 100 101 3 Union, 1803 Flavius V. Norcross, p. 1860 1864 12 39 51

1

O 01 SO Unity, 1804 None.

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1817 mph, Sanderson, s.s. 131

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CH. MEMBERS ADDIT'S REMOVALS, B’I8X8.
May 7, 1865. 1864-5. 1862-5. 1864-5.

CHURCEES.

MINISTERS.

Ordained.

Commenced.

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6 TOTAL.

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20 ch.,

Upper Stillwater, 1859 Supplied from Sem.

7 24 31 2 0 0

01 01100 Upton, 1861 (Henry Farrar, 8.8.,

1865 3 10 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 Vassalboro,

1818 Thomas Adams, 8. 8. 1818 1864 4 38 42 4) 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 60 Veazie, 1833 Smith Baker, Jr., p. 1

1860 1860 18 38 56 18 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 85 Waldoboro', 1st ch., 1807 None.

49 134 183 31 0 2 2 7 2 2 11 0 2 0 1956 None.

9 15 24 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 Warren,

1828 Edwin S. Beard, p. 1863 1864 47 105 152 27 2 0 2 0 5 1 6 1 1 130 Washburn, 1845 None.

3 5 8 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58 Washington,

1717 Flav. V. Norcross, 8. B. 1860 1862 6 20 26 3 1 0 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 55 Waterford, 1799 John A. Douglass, p

1821 1821 51 94 145 0 0 0 0 4 0 41 00 140 Waterville, 1828 None.

35 89 124 40 0 21 4 0 5 2 2 180 Weld, 1809 Stephen Titcomb, p. 1855 1855) 25 30 55

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 78 Wells, 1st ch., 1701 Giles Leach, 8.8.

1833 1854 61 121 182 27 1 2 3 8 0 0 80 013) 21 ch.,

1831 Jonathan B. Cook, p. 1850 1855 37 67 104 12 0 2 2 1 0 3 1 0 Westbrook, Ist ch., 176 None.

9 30 39

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 ch., 1832 Joseph Danielson, p.

1865 1866 16 38 54 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 75 Whiting, 1833 None.

3 12 15 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Whitney ville,

1836 Gilman Bacheller, 8. 8. 1831 1865 18 26 44 5 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 510 70 Wilton,

1818 John Lawrence, s. 8. 1848 1863 38 41 82 23 1 4 5 0 5 0 5 1 3 70 Windham,

1743 Luther Wiswall, p. 1837 1854 8 52 60 12 11 21 1 2 0 0 Windsor, 1820 Worship with other so.

8 7 - 10
0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 5 Winslow,

1828 John Dinsmore, 8. S. 1852 1862 15 55 70 20 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 120 Winterport,

1820 Gowen C. Wilson, p. 1861 1861 11 64 65 9 1 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 70 Winthrop,

1776 Thomas K. Noble, p. 1863 1863 47 88 135 0 2 2 4 1 2 0 3 2 1 115 Wiscasset,

1773 George E. Street, p. 1864 1864 26 81 107 91 1 0 1 6 2 0 8 0 2 95 Woolwich, 1765 Charles Packard, s. 8. 1816 18461 25 56 81 2 29 130 100 4200

SO Yarmouth, Ist ch., 1730 George A. Putnam, p. 1860 1860 48 122 170 10 3 0 3 4 3 0 7 3 0 214

Central ch., 1859 David Shepley, 8. s. 1829 1865 18 49 67 6 0 3 3 2 0 0 2 0 2 70 York, 1st ch,

1673 Rufus M. Sawyer, 8.8. 1861 1861 29 84 113 18 21 0 21 1 0 0 114 2158 20 ch.,

1732 Sam'l II. Partridge, s. s. 1853 1859| 14 4054 81 8 2 101 2 0 0 2 6 2 45 OTHER MINISTERS.

Alpheus S. Packard, Prof. Bowd. | Richard Woodhull, Treas. Theol. John R. Adams, Gorham.

Coll., Brunswick.

Sem., Bangor. Silas Baker, Standish.

Clement C. Parker, South Sanford. Leonard Woods, Pres. Bowd. Coll., James R. Bourne, Bangor. William A. Patten, York.

Brunswick. Stephen L. Bowler, Orono.

Enoch Pond, Prof. Theol. Sem., | John E. M. Wright, Rockport. Charles M. Buck, S. W. Harbor. Bangor.

TOTAL, 48.
Edward Buck, Orland.

John M. Putnam, Yarmouth.
Noah Cressey, Portland.
Henry Richardson, Gilead.

LICENTIATES.
Nath. Douglass (ord. 1816), Bangor. Isaac Rogers, Farmington.
Rufus W. Emerson, Monson. Benjamin T. Sanborn, Freeport.

Thomas E. Brastow, 8. 8., Brooks. Henry V. Emmons (late of Pem- Daniel Sewall, Ag t Am. Bible Soc.

J. L. Chamberlain (Prof. Bowd. broke), Field Ay't Chr. Com. Winthrop

Coll.), Major Gen. U. S. Sols. George Ill. Fargo. Bangor.

George Sliepard, Prof. Theol. Sem., Wellington R. Cross, s. s., North Thomas S. Goodwin. Skowhegin Banzor.

Giorcester. Samuel IIarris, Prof. Theol. Sem., Alfred L. Skinner, P. M., Bucksport. Thomas Crowther, 8. s., Oxford. Bangor. Charles Soule, Portland.

William II. Cutler, s. 8. Elliot. George W. Hathaway, Bloomfield. Daniel Smith Talcott, Prof. Theol. Joseph Danielson, s.s., Saccarappa Otis Holmes, Elliot.

Sem., Bangor.

Wm. W. Dow, s.8., Kennebunkport. , Marcus R. Keep, Miss. No. 11, Ash- Stephen Thurston, Sec. Maine Miss. Henry Farrar, B. R., Upton. land.

Soc., Searsport.

Gilman A. Hoyt, 8. 8., Cooper. Da'l Kendrick (ord. 1812), Portland. Philip Titcomb, Kennebunkport Charles W. Jenkins, s.8., Lincoln. B. F. Knowlton, Waldoboro'. Thomas C. Upham, Prof. Bowd. Albion II. Johnson, 8.s., Limington. Joseph Kite, Miss. Am. S. S. Union, Coll., Brunswick.

Alfred F. Marsh, s. s. North Waterford.

William Warren, Dist. Sec. A. B. C. Samil Morrison, 8.8., North Belfast. H. A. Launsbury, Richmond.

F. M., Gorham.

Samuel W. Pearson, 8. 8. William Leavitt. Presque Isle. Isaac Weston, Cumberland Center. William Smyth, Prof. Bowd. Coll., Wales Lewis, Kennebunk Depot. James Weston, Standish.

Brunswick. John K. Lincoln, Bangor.

Eliphalet Whittlesey (Brunswick), Benjamin Stearns, Lovell. Amasa Loring, Yarmouth.

Major and Com. Freedmea in Charles C. Watson, s. s., Harrison. Samuel H. Merrill, Portland. Mississippi.

TOTAL, 17. SUMMARY. - CHURCHES : 56 with pastors; 103 with stated supplies ; 86 vacant (20 of which are supplied by

* licentiates"'). TOTAL, 245. MINISTERS : 55 pastors (of which 1 is pastor to 2 churches, and 2 are stated supplies also); 83 stated

supplies ; 48 others. TOTAL, 186. Church MEMBERS : 5,782 males ; 13.316 females. Total, 19,098, - including 3,332 absent. ADMISSIONS IN 1864-5: 543 by profession ; 237 by letter. Total, 780. REMOVALS IN 1861-5: 395 by death : 275 by dismissal ; 49 by excommunication. Total, 719. Baptisms in 1864-5: 212 adult; 318 infant. IN SABBATH SCHOOLS : 20,365. BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS, $48,691. Of this sum, – $13,000 for Home Missions ; $13,000 for Foreign

Missions ; $3,000 to the American Mesjonary Association: $1,000 to the Tract Societies; $1,000 to the Bible Society ; $1,000 to the Education Sooiety ; $200 to the American and Foreigu Christian

Union : and S200 for Seamen. During the rear. - one church was organized; eight pastors were dismissed ; five ministers died; five pastors, and seven 'evangelists'', were ordained.

The churches are organized into fourteen County Conferences; and, through these, into a General Con ference. Two churches of New Hampshire, and one of New Brunswick, are connected with Conferences in Maine. Fourteen ministerial Associations exist.

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