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CHH. MEMBERS. ADDIT'S REMOVALS.B'18M8.

Jan. 1, 1865. 1864. 1864. 1864.

CHURCHES.

MINISTERS.

Ordained.

Commenced.

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Letter.
TOTAL.
Deaths.
Dism.
Excom.
TOTAL.

Greece, West,

1819 (Theron P. Otis, Pres.,] (1865) 20 42 62 91 1011 3 3 0 6 0 11120 Greene, Charles W. Sharp, 1865 1865

128 Guilford, 1812 Seneca M. Keeler,

63 107 170 18 0 0 0 7 8 116 0 2 150 Hamilton, None.

117 Hancock, Charles W. Sharp, 1865 18651

30 0 1 1 1 1 0 0l 40 Harpersfield,

Charles S. Marvin, 1857 1865 11 26 37 61 0 2 2 1 3 4 60 Henrietta,

1816 (Byron Bosworth, Pres.,] 1859 44 77 121 723 4 271 1 6 0 7 10 2 200 Holland, 1861 (David Powell, Pres.,}

13 13 26 3] 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 Holly Wood, 1863 Robert S. Armstrong,

1856 1861 6 9 15 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 15 Homer, 1801 Jno. C. Holbrook, D.D., p.1842 1864

480 40|23 20 43

85 Hopkinton, 1808 Simeon Gilbert, jr., 1862 1861 29 42 71 0

125 Howell's, 1787 George J. Means, p.

1859 1863) 38 66 104 1 2 3 3 1 0 4 106 Jamestown, 1816 Thomas H. Rouse, p.

1853 1856 90 130 220 0 25 11 36 2 7 0 9 12 7 170 Java, North, 1847 None.

3 8 11 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 4 0 0 35 1854 None.

11 20 31 0 Jay, 1814 Thomas Watson, 1860 1865 2 9 11

40 Kiantone, 1815 N. H. Barnes,

1863 23 37 60 171 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 Olol 53 Lawrenceville, 1826 Warren W. Warner,

1864 21 32 53 71 3 0 31 0 1 0 1 1 0 50 Le Roy and Bergen,

No report. Lewis, 1815 None.

201 51 71 Linklaen, 1859 None.

5 11 16 Lisbon,

1842 Morgan L. Eastman, 1849 18471 50 75 125 4 5 0 5 2 0 0 2 5 6 75 Little Valley, 1840 None.

9 19 28 3) 0 0 0 5 2 071 0 0 Lockport, 1838 Joseph L. Bennett, p. 1848 1858 77 155 232

2 10 0 121 1 5 215 Lumberland, 1799 Felix Kyte, p.

1882 1832 36 57 93 43 4 1 5 0 71 1 8 125 Macomb, 1857 None.

11 9 20 14 Madison, 1796 James S. Baker,

1865

127

0 6 6 4 3 0 7 0 0 Madrid, 1807 Israel Levings,

1862 1865 47 82 129 25 0 0 31 3 4 0 7 0 1 70 Mannsville, 1833 Charles Jones,

1835 1863 41 78 119 11 sl 9 17 4 5 1 10 5 5 100 Marion, 1808 None.

20 46 66 Marshall, 1798 Thorn, 1865 14 30 44 0 0 0

0 3 0 0 35 Massena, 1st ch., 1819 (Bliss Burnap, Pres.,} 1860 11 21 32 61 0

2 0 45 2d ch., 1833 (Bliss Burnap, Pres.,] 18601 14 38 52 5] 0 0 0

0 0 0 30 Meredith, 1807 George R. Entler, 1844 18611 10 29 39 1

102 Middletown, 1785 Jonathan Crane, 1836 1860 47 93 140 151 3 2

0 2 2 6 150 Moravia, 1806 None.

35 71 106 22 1 0 1 0 3 1 o 80 Moriah, 1808 D. H. Gould, 1865 31 50 81 4

1

60 Morrisapia,

1851 Washington Gladden, p. 1860 1851 23 73 96 6 6 2 8 11 17 4 2 300 Morrisville, 1835 John R. Lewis,

1863 1863 40 100 140 13 2 15 021 02111 2 60 Mt. Sinai, 1789 Aaron Snow,

1841 1862 37 96 133 7 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 130 Munnsville, 1820 E. S. Barnes,

1859 25 43 68 0 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 100 Napoli,

1821 Luther Newcomb, 1860 1862 29 43 72 10 0 1 1 1 0 2 3 0 0 100 N. Y. B'way Tab. ch., 1840 Jos. P.Thompson, D.D., p.1840 1845 203305 508 50 339 42 527 1 33 118 500 * ch. of Puritans,

1846 Geo. B. Cheever, D.D., p. 1832 1846 69 145 214 3 8 11 2 4 0 6 2 1 64 " Harlem,

1862 Shearj. Bourne, Jr., p. 1854 1862 30 44 74 16) 3 8 11 1 1 21 310 125 New Village, 1815 A. Woodhull,

1865 7 12 19 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 50 Niagara City,

1815 B. F. Bradford, No report. 1864 Norfolk, 1817 James W. Grush,

1864 1864 25 42 67 6 North East Center, None.

24 56 80 13 28 2 30 0 0 4 4 23 046 North Elba, 1840 None.

3 8 11 North Lawrence, 1852 Brainerd B. Cutler,

1865 5 10 15 0

0 0 0 0

90 North Pitcher,

1827 Edward N. Ruddock, 1858 19 36 55 North Potsdam, 1858 James W. Grush,

1864 1864

60

24] 5 1 0 6 100 Northville, 1758 None.

150 30

120 Norwich, 1813 Samuel Scoville,

150

50 3 53 3 3 10 20 170 Orient, 1735 None.

38 70 108 Oriskany Falls, None.

9 24 33 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 100 Orwell, 1858 S. J. Decker, 1863 9 14 23 21 0 0 2 2

31 0 0 120 Oswego, 1857 None.

73 136 209 4 11 15 2 5 71 ol 0/250 Otto, 1828 William W. Norton, 1858 1857 37 38 75 8 0 0 0 3 0

0 0 1836

No report.
Oxford,
None.

100 Owego,

1850 Charles H. A. Bulkley, 1865 73 152 225 0 9 6 15 4 8 0 12 0 0/220 Paris Hill,

1791 Horace F. Dudley, 1865 18651 24 43 67 2 1 3 2 7 0 9 2 31 60 Parishville, 1823 R. D. McCarthy,

1864 21 39 60 31 1 0 1 2 031 0 0 88 Patchogue, 1783 Samuel Orcutt,

31 5 36 2 2 04/18 0 175 Penataquit, 1854 None. 12 15 27 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

1851 1864

23 Perry Center,

1814 (Claudius B. Lord, Pres.,] 1864) 28 54 82 5 0 0 0 5 5 0 10 0 0 112 Peterboro',

No report. Phoenix, 1837 J. V. Hilton,

1860 1860

80 201 8 2 10 2 3 0 5 2 1 150 Pierrepont,

1820 (Cyrus Hudson, Pres.] 1864 8 14 22 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 30 Pine Grove,

1854 No report. Pitcher, 1805 Charles Barstow,

1864 40 67 107 2) 1 5 6 2 1 2 51 1 2 100 Plymouth,

No report. * Westbrook, 1857 Gould C. Judson,

1847 1862 14 17 31 50 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 75 Poolville,

No report. Poosepatuc, (Ind.) 1750 None.

6 8 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 Port Leyden and Greig, 1854(James B. Fisher, Pres.,] (1863 14) 26 40 21 21 41 2 il ol 31 2 0 78

* East,

157

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wo Infants. & IN SAB. SCHOOLS.

Poughkeepsie,
1837 James L. Corning, p.

1963 75 143 218 15 24 14 381 2 4114 01225 Pulaski, 1807 James Douglas, p. 1853 1864) 46 112 158 271 7 3 10 2

03160 Randolph,

No report. Raymondville, 1828 Philetus Montague, 1856 1864 0 21 28 81 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 55 Reed's Corners, 1851 None.

7 9 16 4 0 0 0 2 0

0 0 Rensselaer Falls, 1845 William Hutton,

1864 12 18 30 0 0 0 0 Richville, 1828 Gorum Cross, 1840 1839 18 33 51 8

1100 Riga, 1809 Charles A. Ruddock,

1861 1865) 13 28 41 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0 0 Riverhead, 1834 Henry Clark,

1841 1861) 36 70.106 15 9 1 10 2 0 2 4 10 70 Rochester, Plym. ch., 1855 Dwight K. Bartlett, p. 1865 1865 106 196 302 1 3 4 4 08 1851 Rodman, 1805 David Spear, p.

1808 1808) 41 78 119 231 0 0 0 6 90 15 0 4 104 Royalton,

No report. Rushville, 1808 William A. Smith,

1865| 65 107 172 3 3 3 0 0 3 Russell, 1856 Harvey Miles,

1805) 16 23 39 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 55 Rutland, 1808 Lucian W. Chaney,

1852 1864) 28 76 104 11 5 3 81 511 16 5 0 Sand Bank, 1852 L E. Bates, 1864) 11 24 35 8 1 1 2

75 Sandy Creek, 1817 Nathan B. Knapp, 1865 1861 40 64 104 150 0 0 0 2

0 85 Saratoga Springs, 1865 E. N. Sawtell, D. D., P.

1865 19 26 45 0 45 45 0

0 0 60 Sangerfield,

No report. Saugerties, 1853 George W. Fisher,

30 69 99 1

2 3 5

87 Sayville, 1858 None.

32 22 54

10 Schenectady,

1859 James G. Cordell, 1832 1864 11 24 35 3 0 2 21 1 4 0 5 0 2 84 Schroon, 1829 None.

1 13 14 Sheldon,

John A. Allen,

1846 1864 5 12 17 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Sherman,

1827 Henry M. Hazeltine, p. 1859 42 67 109 101 0 1 1 1 5 0 6 1 110 Shin necock, (Ind.) 1751 None.

11 22 33 Sidney Center, 1851 (Stephen S. Goodman, Pres.) 1861 17 25 42 9 0 0 0 1 03 0 20 Sinclearville, 1842 Edward D. Chapman, 1854 1858) 25 69 94 8 2 1 3 2

65 Smithville, 1824 None.

14 16 30 51 0 Smyrna, 1824 John H. Nason, 1862 1863 34 71 105

151 South Canton, 1824 None.

28 31 59 South Colton, 1862 Robert S. Armstrong, 1856 1861 8 12

0 0 25 Speedsville, 1819 (Joel Jewell, Pres.] 1863 51 14 19 4 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 20 Spencer, 1815 None.

65 94 159 0 5 2 7 1 3 0 0 0 Spencerport, 1850 Samuel T. Richards, 1850 1859] 41 89 130

5 51 2 3 Stockholm,

1807 (Samuel W. Pratt, Pres.) 18631 28 52 80 44/12 3 15 0 1 3) 1 10 82 West, 1823 None.

13 15 28 21 Strykersville, 1825 John A. Allen, 1846 1861 27 40 67 101 3 0 3 2 0 0 2

60 Syracuse, 1863 Samuel R. Dimmock, p. 1855 1864

311

3 13 161 3 14 2 19 1275 Thompson's Station, 1864 None

7 14 21 4 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 0 Ticonderoga, 1809 Asahel Bronson,

1815 1862 8 40 48 Triangle, 1819 Hiram W. Lee,

1838 1862 25 45! 70 3 1 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 0 75 Union Center,

1841 (William W. Collins, Pres.) 1863 35 48 83 13 0 2 21 3 4 0 1 75 Upper Aquebogue, 1754 | Archibald H. Sloat, Pres.) 1864] 47 86 133 31 23 3 04 2 60 Wadham's Falls, None.

15 30 45 1 1 1

1

30 Wading River, 1782 None.

39 70 109 31 0 5 51 3 0 0 3 2 0 75 Walton, 1st ch., 1793 Julius S. Pattengill, p.

1840 1848/103 170 273 21 14 5 19 6 8 1 15 4 7295 1816 Gould C. Judsou, 1847 1861 36 42 78 31 3 3 6 2 9 1 2 185 Warsaw, 1840 Edwin E. Williams, p.

1857| 77 135 212 22 4

2 0 6 2 2 218 Wellsville, 1856 None.

65 West Carthage, 1835 None.

20 25 45 50 0 0 0 2 2 0 4 0 0 50 West Hermon,

1813
None.

7 12. 19 Westmoreland, 1792 (Moses E. Dunham, Pres.) 18631 30 106 136 16 6 22 3 1 1 51 5 0 90 West Newark, 1823 (Joel Jewell, Pres.)

18031 8 17 25 2 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 48 West Spring Creek,

No report. Whitney's Point, 1854 John Cairns,

1865 35 48 83 91 Williams Bridge, 1864 Alvah D. Roe,

1865 3 7 10 01

50 Willsborough, 1834 Stephen A. Barnard, 1830 1833 30 55 85

2

45 Wilmington, 1834 Thomas Watson,

1860 1865 11 17 28 1 1 1 1 Winfield, 1791 C. II. Beebe,

1864 18 22 40 0 2 2 1 0 0 2 50 Woodhaven, 1803 None.

7 14 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 5 45 Woodville, 1836 (Alvan Parmelee, Pres.)

16 24 40 0 0 0 0 4 040 0.75 F from Prouinte,

1234 357 591 311

792

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20 ch.,

OTHER MINISTERS.

Silas C. Brown, West Bloomfield. Azel Downs, Riverhead. E. W. Allen, North Pitcher. Shubael Carver, Teacher, De Ruy- Homer N. Dunning, Poughkeepsie. Lewis P. Atwood.

ter.

David Dyer, Sup't City Miss., AlMilton Badger, D. D., Sec. Am. A. Huntington Clapp, Sec. A. H. bany. Home Miss. Soc., New York.

M. Soc., New York.

Tryon Edwards, D. D., New York. Theron Baldwin, Sec., &c., N. Y. William Clift, New York.

Henry B. Elliott, New York. Elwin S. Beard.

David B. Coe, Sec. A. H. M. Soc., A. E. Everest, Peru. IIenry Belden, City Miss., Br’klyn. New York.

Pindar Field, Hamilton. Amos G. Beman, Jamaica, L. I. Ethan B. Crane. Brooklyn.

Samuel T. Gihbs, 8. p., James Port. Wm. Bement, School Superintend-Otis F. Curtis, Miss., Versailles.

Samuel Griswold, ent, Elmira.

Chester Dewey, D. D., Prof., Roch- Sammel B. Halliday, Sup't Five Henry Benson, Chaplain, U. S. ester.

Points llouse Ind., New York, Harper Bojes, Harpersfield.

Williain Dewey, Bible Ag't, Leroy. Luther C. Hallock, Wading River. John D. Bray, Brooklyn.

Alexander B. Dilley, Bangor. William A. Hallock, Jamestown.

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Dillis D. Hamilton, s. p., Clarence Dwight W. Marsh, Miss., Rochester. | Ralph Smith, Babylon, L. I.
Hollow.

John Marsh, D.D., Sec. 'Am. Temp. Samuel N. St. John, East Haver-
Wm. B. Hammond, 8. p., Lenox. Union, New York.

straw. R. C. Hand, Brooklyn.

Loring B. Marsh, 8. p., Franklin Judson B. Stoddard, Croton Falls. Thomas Harries.

ville.

Edward Taylor.
Joseph Harrison, Brooklyn. Benj. N. Martin, Prof., New York. Lucius L. Tilden, Troy.
Wm. D. Henry, Evan., Jamestown. D. W. Marvin, Mt. Morris.

W. R. Tompkins.
Henry M. Higley, 8. p., Onondaga Charles C. McIntire.

Richard Tremain, Sandy Creek.
Valley.
Ovid Miner, Syracuse.

Noah H. Wells, Peekskill.
L. Smith Hobart, Agent A. H. M. Simeon North, D. D., Clinton. George Whipple, Sec. Am. Miss.
Soc., Syracuse.
Elliot Palmer.

Association, New York.
Franklin IIolmes, New York. William Patton, D. D., New York. John Wickes, Attica.
Charles Hoover, New York.
Whitman Peck, Fishkill.

E. Willoughby, Little Valley.
James D. Houghton.
Josiah Peabody, Miss., Erzroom,

TOTAL, 89.
Alfred Ingalls, Smithville.

Per.
George M. Jenks.
Absalom Peters, D. D., New York.

LICENTIATES, - rep. by two Assins.
Jesse H. Jones, 8. p., Antwerp. Nathaniel H. Pierce, Miss., Steam- Joseph Danielson.
W. H. Knouse, s.p., Cutchogue. burg.

Daniel W. Fox.
William J. Knox, Augusta.
Charles B. Pond.

Elliot C. Hall.
Daniel Lancaster, New York. A. V. H. Powell, Cairo.

James B. Hammond. Joshua Leavitt, D. D., Ed. Inde- Charles B. Ray, p. New York. William A. James. pendent, New York.

Thos. R. Rawson, Hosp. Chaplain, Russell M. Keyes. George W. Levere, Brooklyn.

Albany.

Horatio N. Little. Benj. C. Lockwood, Williamsburg. Charles Redfield, Troy.

Nathaniel S. Moore. Henry D. Lowing, Chaplain, U. S. W. T. Richardson, Miss., Hilton Philo J. Sheldon. Henry G. Ludlow, A'gt A. M. Ass., Head.

Thomas G. Thurston.New York.

Gilbert Rockwood.

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SUMMARY. - CHURCHES: 35 with pastors ; 107 with stated preachers ; 57 vacant (of which 17 are supplied

by Presbyterians); 17 not reported (probably vacant). Total, 216. MINISTERS : 35 pastors ; 90 stated preachers ; 89 others (of whom 7 are said to be pastors or stated

preachers somewhere in the State). Total, 212.
CHURCH MEMBERS : 6,910 males ; 11,846 females ; 2,596 not specified. TOTAL, 21,352, of whom 1,441 are

absent.
ADDITIONS IN 1864-5: 724 by profession ; 556 by letter. TOTAL, 1,280.
REMOVALS IN 1864-5: 311 by death ; 532 by dismissal ; 41 by excommunication. TOTAL, 874.
BAPTISMS IN 1864-5: 313 adult; 330 infant.
IN SABBATH SCHOOLS : 20,006.

BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS (from 125 churches): $76,299.46.
Fourteen Associations and Consociations are united in the General Association, which also includes the
seven New Jersey churches, and ten in Pennsylvania. One church reports to the General Association of
Connecticut. Sixteen upassociated churches report to the General Association of New York.

NEW JERSEY.

CHH.MEMBERS. ADMI8's. REMOVALS.JB'ISMS.
May 1, 1865. 1864-5. 1864-5. 1864-5

CHURCHES.

MINISTERS.

Place ar Name. Org. .

Name. Chester,

1741 Luke I. Stoutenburg, p. 1841 1841) 52 122 174|31211 22 11 2 0 3 124 125 Elizabethport, 1864

100 None.

12 22 34 57 9 4 13 0 0 0 0 Jersey City,

1858 John M. Holmes, p. 1861 1861 58 1051 163 11 16 27 3 10 3 16 1 14 359 Lodi, 1846 None.

12 20

0 0

32 4 0 0 011 8 0 9 Newark,

1851 William B. Brown, p. 1843 1855 173 348 521 33 24 571 5 17 0 22 11 0 183 Orange Valley,

8 81 250 1860 George B. Bacon, p.

1861 1861) 46 73 119 4 22 14 36 3 6 0 9 Paterson, 1835 George B. Day,

18651 44 126 1701 51 06 61 3 2 0 5 0 4 180
TOTAL: 7 chhs.; 4 pastors; 1 stated supply. 397 816 1213 49 96 65 161 16 45 3 64 32 30 1197
OTHER MINISTERS. — A. H. Bechtold; George Brown, Newark; Richard G. Greene, supplying Orange i
Simeon S. Lughson, Newark; Andrew Huntington, Freehold ; J. H. Northrup, Millville ; Merit 8. Platt,
Vineland ; Michael E. Strieby, Sec. Am. Miss. Ass'n, Newark ; John E. Tyler, Vineland ; Almon Underwood,
Irvington. TOTAL, 10.

BENEVOLENT CONTRIBUTIONS : $7,169.15.
F. A. Parmenter, supplying the church at Paterson, died, from railway accident, April 7, 1865.

The churches are united in the Newark Association, which is represented in the General Association of
New York.

DEL AWARE.

Canterbury, Nov. 24, 1964 None.

TOT 8 T 1411 “We have no place in which to hold a Sabbath school, and we are not yet connected with any conference. It is the only Congregational Church in the state ; our nearest neighbors are the Congregational churches in Philadelphia, the pastors of which have several times been down and preached to us. We are just commencing to build a church. We are building as cheap and plain a building as we can, large enough to seat two hundred people. We think we will be self-sustaining in a year after we get into our church.”

PENNSYLVANIA.

CAK. MEMBERS. ADDIT'S. REMOVALS. B'ISMS.
Jan. 1, 1865. 1864. 1864. 1864.

CHURCUES.

MINISTERS.

Ordained.

Commenced.

IN SAB. SCHOOLS.

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Audenried, W.

M. D. Morgans, Ashland, W.

T. D. Rees, Beaver Dam,

None. Beaver Meadow, W.

J. R. Williams, Bellemont, W.

E. R. Lewis, Blossburg, W. 1842 Philip Peregrine,

1861 1864 6 9 15 Bradford, 1839 Samuel Porter, 8.8.

1840 4 11 15 8 0 0 0 1 40 50 0 25 W.

S. A. Williams, Brady's Bend, w.

David Davies, Broad Gap, W.

R. D. Thomas, Cainbridge, 1851 William Irons,

17 17 34 5 1 2 3 100 110 52 Centerville,

1859 U. T. Chamberlain, Charlestown, W. 1839 Philip Peregrine,

1861 1864 20 24 44 Columbia, W.

None. Conneaut, 1833 Henry D. Lowing, 1858 1864 13 23 36

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2 2 Corydon,

1853 Danville, w

J. B. Cook, Dundaff, W.

D. Daniels, Ebensburg, W.

Llewellyn R. Powell, Farmer's Valley, 1859 None.

4 7 11 010 | 0 0 0 0 0 10 |3 | 2 Farmington, 1832 Sherman D. Taylor, 1863 20 22 42 000 0 2

10 3 35 Garnague, W.

Thomas Pugh, Greenville,

None. Harrisburg, W.

None. Hawley, 1858 Henry Frankfurth, 8. 8. 1860 1862 19 25 44 5

2 2 Hyde Park, W.

E. B. Evans, Johnstown, w.

Thomas Jenkins, Lafayette,

1858 Lawrenceville,

1826 Leraysville,

1803 Phineas Blakeman, 8. B. 1843 1864 26 36 62 4 0 0 0 1 3 0400 90 Mahanoy, W.

R. D. Thomas, Mercer, 1847 None.

7 26 33 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 30 Millbrook,

1859 Minersville, W.

William Watkins,
Morris Run, W. 1864 Philip Peregrine, 1861 1864 9 12 21
Old Mines, W.

Thomas Pugh,
Philadelphia, 1st ch., 1862 Daniel L. Gear, p.

2d ch., 1864 George W. Smiley, D.D., p.

Central ch., 1864 Edward Hawes, p. 1858 1864 29 41 70 413 141710101 60 Pittsburg, Plym'th ch.,1859 Henry D. Moore, p. 1842 1865 33 42 75

R. R. Williams, Pittston, W.

None. Plymouth, W.

None. Potterville,

1851 Henry Losch, 8. B. 1857 1865 18 28 46 3 0 0 0 3 60901040 Pottsville, W.

E. R. Lewis, Prentiss' Vale, 1851 None.

14 19 33 4 1 2 3 2 0 0 2 1 0 36 Providence, W.

E. B. Evans, Randolph, 1839 David R. Barker, 8. 8.

1864 46 69 115 13 2 5 7 4 307 12 75 Riceville, 1856 U. T. Chamberlain,

9 15 24 8

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75 Saint Clear, W.

E. R. Lewis, Scranton, w.

Lewis Williams, Shamakin, w.

None. Slate Ilill, w.

John Williams, Slatington, w.

None. Spring Creek,

None. Sterretania, 1858 None. 5 6 11

40 Steuben, Sugar Grove, 1856 None.

8 19 27 4 1 0 1 0 3 0 3 10 0 Townville, 1839 L. Reed, 10 17 27 1 2 3

45 West Granville,

1849 Wilmington, 1847 None.

4 8 12 Worth, 1855 None.

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OTHER MINISTERS. Asher Bliss, Corydon.

Wolcott Calkins, Philadelphia.
Richard Crittenden, Agt A.S.S.U.,

Towanda.

John Iverson, Warren Center.

TOTAL, 4.

SUMMARY. — CHURCHES : 4 with pastors; 5 with stated supplies ; 31 with ministers not subdivided ; 6 con

dition not reported : 16 vacant. TOTAL, 62.
MINISTERS : 4 pastors; 5 stated supplies ; 23 in pastoral work not subdivided ; 4 others. TOTAL, 36.
Church MEMBERS: 487 males; 726 females ; 2,262 not specified. Total (including from former reports and

Welsh average), 3.475, of which the absentees are scarcely reported, 92 being given.
ADDITIONS IN 1864-5 (17 churches): 10 by profession ; 27 by letter. Total, 37.
Removals in 1861-5 (17 churches): 20 by death ; 26 by dismissal ; 0 by excommunication. Total, 46.
BAPTISM8 IN 1864-5 (17 churches): 8 adult ; 14 infant.
In SABBATH SCHOOLS (no report from the Welsh churches): 1,208.

of the Pennsylvania churches, one is connected with the Ohio Conference; ten with the General Association of New York; fifteen, or thereabouts, with the Congregational Association of Western Pennsylvania" i and thirty-one with the ** Pennsylvania Welsh Congregational Union Association," — “Congregational in every sense of the word," writes one of their pastors.

The tables have a very incomplete look ; but that was unavoidable. Most of the reports were got by direct and voluminous correspondence; and the Welsh “ Association has never required a list of communicants in the several churches; only a general statement of the state of religion.” We have the satisfaction, however, of having secured, for the first time, a complete list (we believe) of the churches and ministers : and we have assurance of figures next year. or the Welsh churches, "some are small : the largest, which is at Ebensburg, will number from 400 to 500 communicants." One of their pastors writes that they will average 75 members each. We include these in the Summary. The letter “W," above, denotes Welsh churches.

At Pittsburg, a chapel is just finished by the Plymouth church, which realizes, from rent and premiums, near $4,000. "A large number are awaiting admission to the church.” “The brethren are moving for a new church,

We regret that repeated efforts failed to get any reply whatever from the First and Second churches in Philadelphia. Their total silence does not speak well for fraternity.

MARYLAND.

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The First Congregational Church in Washington was organized in October, 1865, and recognized by Council November 15,– having 107 members, 18 more being ad led at the first communion, making 125. The acting pastor is Rev. Charles B. Boynton, D. D., who is also chaplain of the House of Representatives of the Thirtyninth Congress. The attendance was large from the commencement of public worship in September; and the prospects of soon having a large, vigorous, and flourishing church are most encouraging. Congregationalists in Washington are numbered by thousands.

The previous attempts to establish a permanent Congregational Church in the national capital have failed. A church was formed in 1852, which maintained public worship, with long intervals, for about six and a half years ; and an experiment of three months was also made, in the spring of 1864, under auspices not favorable to success.

In addition to Rev. Dr. Boynton, other ministers in Washington are as follows: Charles M. Blake, Solomon P. Giddings, D. B. Nichols, Jacob R. Shipherd (Freedmen's Aid), William A. Thompson.

OHIO.

Jan. 1, 1865.

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Akron,
Alexandria,
Ainherst, South,

North,
Andover, West,

Center,
Ashtabula,
Aurora,
Austinburg,
Bellevue,
Belpre,
Berea,
Berlin,
Bloonifield,
Brighton,
Bristol,
Bronson,
Brownhelm,
Brunswick,
Bucyrus,
Canfield,
Center,
Charlestown,
Cincinnati, 1st ch.,

Vine st.
" Epiphany,
Claridon,
Clarksfield,
Cleveland, 1st ch.,

1833 Carlos Smith,

1832 30 91 121 1838 Horace C. Atwater, 1849

730 37 1834 Henry C. Hitc cock, 1860

15 30 45 1810 Henry C. Hitchcock, 1860 18 48 66 1818 L. B. Beach,

1842 15 26 41 1832 L. B. Beach,

1842 11 27 38 1860 George M. Tuthill, 1847 1865 31 62 93 1809 Joseph S. Graves,

1843 24 41 65 1801 Alexander Bartlett, 1860 1865| 49 90 139 1836 John Safford,

1862 38 80 118 1826 (Charles D. Curtis, Pres.]

34 73 107 1856 None.

No report. 1830 George Candee,

1863 10 20 30 1821 Dormer L. Hickok, 1860 1860 18 30 48 1836 Edmund R. Stiles, 1864 11 32 43 1817 Dormer L. Hickok, 1860

11 30 41 1835 James L. Patton,

1862 20 31 51 1819 Curtis C. Baldwin, 1855 33 57 90 1819 None.

8 18 26 1841 None.

71 14 21 1804

8 23 31 1846 None.

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8 1811 William Potter,

1820 13 23 36 1852 Henry M. Storrs, D. D., 1852 1855 116 176 291 1831 Starr H. Nichols,

58 128 181 1864 B. K. Maltby,

19 21 40 1827 E. D. Taylor,

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1847 40 70 110
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1834 James A. Thome,

1836 1856 115 195 310
1843 Albert M. Richardson, 1843 33 59 92
1850 Samuel Wolcott, D. D.,

1839 1862 68 159 227 1859 William H. Brewster,

1838 17 35 52 1864 J. H. Muse,

1865 1865/ 12 28 04

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