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to see that, whatever the retarding influences were, they are not
such as bear unfavorably on the present prospects of Missions, whether
Foreijin or Domestic.



FOREIGN MISSIONS.

American Board op Commissioners for Foreign Missions.
I. Receipts of the Board.

The receipts of each year are g-iven ; the receipts in each period of four years ; the increase in
those periods respectively ; the average annual receipts for each of the periods ; and the increase
(decrease in one instance) in the average annual receipts of each period.

lucreasa. At. Ann. Receipti. Increase.



11,683 10,684

67,966 28,674 16,991

87,413 50,537 21,863

51,006 63,289 12,752

39,734 98,222 34,933

199,257 148,037 49,815

316,501 227,162 79,125

130,882 259,882 32,720

*74,547 241,245 *18,63r

107,543 268,131 26,886
* Less than in the preceding period.



Years.


Periods. Receipts.


Periods of 4 years.


1811,




$999 52




1812,




13,611 50




1813,




11,361 18




1814,




12,265 5Q




1815,




9,493 89






1.




$46,732 13






1816,




12,501 03




1817,




29,948 63




1818,




34,727 72




1819,




37,520 63






2.




114,698 01






1820,




39,949 45




1821,




46,354 95




1822,




60,087 87




1823,




55,758 94






3.


.


202,151 21


1824,




47,483 58




1825,




55,716 18




1826,




61,616 25




1827,




88,341 89






4.




253,157 90






1828,




102,009 64




1829,




106,928 26




1830,




83,019 37




1831,




100,934 09






5.




392,891 36


1832,




130,574 12




1833,




145,847 77




1834,




152,386 10




1835,




163,340 19






6.




692,148 18


1836,




176,232 15




1837,




252,076 55




1838,




236,170 98




1839,




244,169 82






7.




908,649 50


1840,




241,691 04




1841,




235,189 30




1842,




318,396 53




1843,




244,254 43






8.




1,039,531 30






1844,




236,394 37




1845,




255,112 96




1846,




262,073 55




1847,




211,402 76






9.




964,983 64


1848,




254,056 46




1849,




291,705 27




1850,




251,862 28




1851,




274,902 21






10.




1,072,526 22


1852,




301,732 70




1853,




314,922 88





II. Expenditures of the Board.

Year. Periods. Expenditures. Periode. Increase. At. Ann. Expenditure. Increase.

1811,

1812, $9,699

1813, 8,611

1814, 7,078

1815, 5,027
^30,415 7,603



113,102 82,687 28,275 20,672

231,246 118,144 57,811 29,536

258,068 26,822 64,517 6,706

383,320 125,252 95,830 31,313

593,893 210,573 148,473 117,160

923,129 329,236 230,782 82,309

1,033,349 110,220 258,337 27,555

983,576 *49,773 245,894 *12,443

1,084,907 101,331 271,256 25,362
* Less than in the preceding' period.



1816,


15,934


1817,


20,485


1818,


36,346


1819,


40,337
o


1820,


57,621


1821,


46,771


1822,


60,474


1823,


66,380


1824,


64,157


1825,


41,469


1826,


59,012


1827,


103,430




^


1828,


107,676


1829,


92,533


1830,


84,798


1831,


98,313




5


1832,


120,954


1833,


149,906


1834,


159,779


1835,


163,254
g


1836,


210,407


1837,


254,589


1838,


230,642


1839,


227,491




7.


1840,


246,601


1841,


268,914


1842,


261,147


1843,


256,687


1844,


244,371


1845,


216,817


1846,


257,605


1847,


264,783




g


1848,


282,330


1849,


263,418


1850,


254,329


1851,

1


284,830



1852, 257,727

1853, 310,007



III. Comparative View of the Board's Receipts and Expenditures.



Periods.


Receipts.


Expenditures.


Excess.


1811,


$999




*999


1812—15,


46,732


30,415


*16,317


1816—19,


114,698


113,102


*1,596


1820—23,


202,151


231,246


29,095


18^4-27,


253,157


258,068


4,911


1828—31,


392,891


383,320


*9,571


1832—35,


592,148


593,893


1,745


1836-39,


908,649


923,129


14,480


1840—43,


1,039,531


1,033,349


*6,182


1844 47,


964,983


983,576


18,593


1848—51,


1,072,526


1,084,907


12,381


Total,


$5,588,465


$5,635,005


$81,205


* Exce


ss of Receipts,
:ss of Expenditures


in forty years, .


34,655


Exce


. $46,540



IV. Receipts of the Board from Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New

York, derived from the supplementary statement to the Treasurer' s
Accounts.

(Only what came through Auxiliaries.)

Year. Massacliusetts. Connecticut. New York.

1832, $26,007 16,930 18,255

1833, 25,487 17,203 25,844

1834, 28,511 17,398 22,388

1835, 28,685 17,509 24,559



1836, 28,154 19,445 24,983

1837, 37,541 28,119 37,385

1838, 38,213 38,526 30,610

1839, 33,113 31,730 32,969



1840, 53,847 34,724 28,613

1841, 53,838 33,359 32,298

1842, 71,106 42,806 35,812

1843, 59,546 35,076 30,874



1844, 59,854 30,504 28,354

1845, 64,635 33,227 29,555

1846, 52,548 29,379 22,493

1847, 52,421 27,370 27,596



(The whole amount of donations.)

1848, 71,459 39,488 *53,703

1849, 91,874 42,294 70,534

1850, 76,069 39,630 50,569

1851, 77,280 38,534 60,800





SUMMART.






Periods.


MaasachusettB.


Connecticut.


New York.


1832—35,
1836—39,
1840-43,
1844-47,


$108,690
137,021
238,347
269,458


69,040
117,920
145,965
121,480


91,036
125,947
127,527

107,998


1848—51,


316,682


159,946
614,351


«235,606


Total,


1,070,198


688,114




Increase.






Period 'id,
« 3d,
« Ath,


$28,331
101,326
31,111


48,880
28,045

t24,485


34,911

1,580

tl9,529


« 5th,


47,224


38,466


*127,608



* A considerable portion of the receipts from New York State do not come througli Auxiliaries.
I Less than in the preceding period.

V. Receipts of the Board from the Western States, in each of the

last four years.



Year.


Ohio.


Indiana.


Illinois.


Micliigaa.


Wisconsin.


Iowa.


Missouri.


Ark.


Kentucky. Tenn.


1848,
1849,

1850,
1851,


10,562
10,718
11,393
11,905


1,030
1,910
1,404
1,961


3,265
3,205
2,767
3,591


3,290
2,632
2,300
2,119


808

1,066

703

927


161
375
217
331


1,112
811
846
303


65


259

84
124
127


1,266
884

1,035
641



Total, 44,578 6,305 12,828 10,341 3,504 1,084 3,072 65 594 3,826

VI. Increase of the Receipts of the Board from New England and
New York, in the last twenty years.

Certain Districts are selected, in each of the States, ■which may serve as the basis
of the rate of increase on the whole. Of course it wUl be only an approximation.



Year.

1832,
1833,
1834,

1835,

1836,

1837,
1838,
1839,

1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,

1844,
1845,
1846,

1847,

1848
1849,
1850,
J851,



ICumberland Co., Ma.

$943
1,226
1,232
1,242

4,643

769
2,068
2,289
2,211

7,337

2,715
2,072
4,016
1,813

10,616

2,129
2,177
2,013
1,893

8,212

2,491
1,935
2,507
2,382



HiUsboro' Co., N. H.
1,847

1,783
1,759
1,856



1,699
1,991
2,167
2,129

2,788
3,038
3,416

2,882



-7,245



-7,986



Rutland Co., Tt.

936

743

828

612
3,119

721
1,519
1,366
1,350



Eeiksliire Co.,

1,967
1,970
1,667
1,612



-4,956



1,691
1,404
1,833
2,317



2,971
2,792
2,144
2,195



-12,124



-9,315



2,366
3,223
2,644
2,295



-10,102



-10,528



1,754
1,915

2,781
1,545

7,995

1,607
1,650
1,501
1,378

6,136

1,697
1,513
1,690
1,346
6,246



1,009

4,758
2,879
2,220



-7,216



-7,245



3,121
2,621
2,072
2,523

3,829
2,275

2,990
2,595



-10,866



-10,337



-11,689



Year.
1832,

1833,
1834,
1835,

1836,
1837,
1838,
1839,

1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,

1844,
1845,
1846,
1847,

1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,



Year. :
1832,
1833,
1834,
1835,

1836,
1837,
1838,
1839,

1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,

1844,
1845,
1846,
1847,

1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,



Erookfield Asso.,

$1,298
1,382
1,578
1,461



1,530
2,-433
2,711

2,762

2,619
2,759
2,884
2,557



-5,719



-9,436



Worc'r Central, Ms.

1,761
1,814
2,023
2,081

7,679

2,055
3,192
4,275
3,576



-10,819



-13,184



3,298
4,004
3,164
2,718

1

3,302
3,245
4,295
3,486
14,328

r. Y. City & Brooklyn.

$9,984

14,044

7,637

13,401

45,066

12,164
17,107
11,234
13,769



11,132
12,447
15,301
13,390



-54,274



10,923
11,885

7,974
13,807

i

11,598
21,252
13,241
17,847



-52,270



-44,589



-63,938



4,816
3,927
6,588
4,480



-13,098



4,148
7,599
4,155
4,120

2

4,464
6,584
5,127
4,618



Boston, Mb,

7,446

8,141

9,338

8,611

33,536

8,343
13,129

8,842

7,571

37,885

12,179
14,143
18,479
16,921

61,722

15,630
15,393
14,105
15,913

61,041

13,795
22,122
17,537
19 127
-19,793 - — 72,581



-18,811



-20,022



Geneya & Vic. N. T.



2,147
4,911
7,693
8,531



6,719
9,337
7,942
7,172



-23,282



Monroe Co. N. Y.

2,025
1,640
2,685
1,876

8,226

3,269
3,915
3,453
3,301



6,428
6,167
4,977
4,251

5

4,557
6,204
6,229
6,262



-31,170



-21,803



-21,252



2,978
2,509
2,999
3,858

3,608
3,373
1,960
3,196

]

3,944
4,113
1,976
4,873



-14,938



-12,344



Hartford Co., Ct,
3,807

4,649
4,175
4,293

16,924

3,940

6,316

11,882

8,156

30,294

7,056
8,877
9,284
9,389

34,606

6,934
7,105
6,727
5,771

25,537

7,587
9,252
6,234
6,743
29,816

Oneida Co. N. Y.

4,211

6,498
3,710
4,537

17,956

2,724

4,282

3,123

2,956

-—13,085

2,899

2,935

2,226

2,042

10,102

1,778



-12,137



-14,906



The following is a Summary View.
1. In New England.

Boston, Ms.

Worcester Central, Ms.
Brookfield Association, Ms.
Berkshire Co., Ms.
Hartford Co., Ct.
Windham Co., Ct.
Rutland, Vt.

2



Windham Co., Ct.

1,143
1,074
1,171
1,061

4,449



2,112
1,776
1,895

1,818
2,376
1,457
1,555



-7,561



-7,206



1,357
1,471
2,208
2,562



2,393
2,737
3,449
2,622



-7,598



2,464
2,533
2,264
2,166

2,525
2,932
2,105
2,167



-11,201



-9,427



-9,729



Buffalo and Vic.



542
338
690



601

972

1,402

678

1,306
787

1,063
762

1,523

1,363

809

1,6



-1,570



-3,553



-3,918



-5,541



irst Period.


Last Period.


Increaie.


133,536


72,581


39,045


7,679


19,793


12,114


5,719


14,328


8,609


7,216


11,689


4,473


16,924


29,816


12,892


4,449


9,729


5,280


3,119


6,246


3,127



10

HiUsboro', N. H. 7,245 10,528 3,283

Cumberland, Me. 4,643 9,315 4,672



SI, In New York.

N. Y. City and Brooklyn,

Geneva and Vicinity,

Monroe Co.

Oneida Co.

Buffalo and Vicinity,

98,083 112,843 14,760

* Decrease.

VII. Donations from States to the Board, in the years 1839, 1844,

and 1851.

The donations for 1839 and 1844, are taken from tables compiled and printed in
pamphlet form several years ago. Those for 1851, are from the table supplement-
ary to the Treasurer's Accoimts in the Keport for that year.



90,530


184,025


93,495


First.


Fifth.


Increase.


$45,066


63,938


18,872


23,282


21,252


*2,030


8,226


14,906


6,680


17,956


7,206


*10,750


3,553


5,541


1,988



States.


1839.


1844.


1851.


Maine,


$6,279


7,822


7,122


New Hampshire,


9,151


10,052


10,891


Vermont,


9,142


10,022


8,515


Massachusetts,


48,876


73,369


77,280


Connecticut,


33,975


37,259


38,534


Rhode Island,


1,652


2,957


2,678


New York,


48,554


45,828


60,800


New Jersey,


5,180


6,486


9,716


Pennsylvania,


12,823


10,558


12,466


Delaware,


515


607


540


Maryland,


1,272


768


2,152


District of Columbia,


631


646


642


Virginia,


392


2,444


1,400


North Carolina,


157


22


48


South Carolina,


1,303


1,139


1,239


Georgia,


2,459


1,770


3,395


Florida,


35


20-




Alabama,


1,399


843


244


Mississippi,


84


191


105


Louisiana,


130


281


185


Tennessee,


1,462


1,980


641


Kentucky,


855


482


127


Arkansas,


70


441




Missouri,


1,438


475


303


Iowa,


>


241


331


Wisconsin,


10 <


AriiX


927


Illinois,


2,240


1,948


3,591


Indiana,


690


928


1,961


Michigan,


318


1,263


2,119


- Ohio,


7,628


9,874


11,905


Canada,




914




Foreign Countries,


2,671


2,204


12,384


Co-operating Societies,


12,549






Unknown,


685






Texas,






36


California,






120


Minesota Territcay,






104


Oregon Territory,






177



11

Other Societies operatijstg in Foreign Missions.
VIII. Receipts of the General Assembly's Board of Foreign Missions.

Tear. Receipts. Periods. Average Annual Receipts.



1838, $44,748

1839, 56,150



1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,


54,425
62,344

58,924
54,760


1844,
1845,
1846,

1847,


66,674
72,117
76,395
82,739


1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,


89,165

96,294

104,665

108,544



*100,898 50,449



230,453 57,613



297,925 74,481



398,668 99,667

1852, 117,882

1853, 122,615

The grants of Bible and Tract Societies, and appropriations from tlie United
States Government for Indian missions, have been deducted.

* For two years only.

IX. Receipts of the American Bible Society as the result of Dona-
tions, and the appropriations made of the same.

Periods. Dona, for For. Dis. App. for For. Uses. Periods. For Home Usea.



211,093 . 68,431 142,662



192,159 85,091 107,068



Year.

1832,


Receipts.

$47,564


1833,


46,091


1834,


54,570


1835,


62,868


1836,


58,781


1837,


35,728


1838,


44,365


1839,


53,285


1840,


48,030


1841,


61,840


1842,


74,530


1843,


65,244


1844,


67,606


1845,


68,468


1846,


104,551


1847,


73,946


1848,


94,505


1849,


91,804


1850,


117,794


1851,


120,065



Dona, for For. Dis.


App. for For. Uses.




631




15,300




17,000




35,500


13,789


39,070


6,589


6,326


3,631


20,230


5,840


19,465


6,418


10,549


2,686


30,794


3,843


16,619


2,419


15,518


1,247


23,945


1,091


13,792


1,526


1,500


965


18,000


1,938


9,500


10,762


11,188


1,483


17,900


-


9,100



249,6.44 73,480 176,164



314,571 57,337 257,334



424,168 47,788 376,380



1852, 1,391,635 332,027 1,059,609



12

X. Receipts of the American Tract Society as the result of Dona-
tions, and the appropriations made of the same.

Periods. Home Uses. Dona. For. Dis.



86,502

29,949

31,332

11,985

112,600 28,099

19,594

23,390

11,845

— 5,929 89,506 5,929

4,382

1,313

4,305

-111,627 210,663 2,308

1,729

2,091

1,812

-248,217 355,787 790



Tear.


Receipts.


Periods.


A pp. For. Die


i. Periods.


Colportage.


1832,


$24,476




5,044






1833,


31,229




10,000






1834,


35,213




20,000






1835,


60,628-


-151,546


30,000-


-65,044




1836,


56,638




35,000






1837,


72,933




35,000






1838,


37,175




10,000






1839,


55,854-


-222,600


30,000-


-110,000




1840,


41,476




20,000






1841,


41,752




25,000






1842,


34,942




15,000






1843,


46,326-


-164,496


15,000-


-75,000


5,929-


1844,


56,680




20,000




15,011


1845,


66,080




6,000




25,382


1846,


71,132




15,000




31,043


1847,


67,771-


-261,663


10,000-


-51,000


40,191


1848,


105,915




11,000




50,559


1849,


94,081




14,000




58,106


1850,


105,894




15,000




66,274


1851,


109,897-


-415,787


20,000-


-60,000


73,278-


1852,


116,406




20,000




79,073


1853,


147,374











1,216,092 361,044 365,773 855,058

XI. Receipts of the American Protestant Society, the Foreign Evan-
gelical Society, and the American and Foreign Christian Union.

American Protestant Society.

Tear. Receipts. Feriodi. Average Annual Receipts,

1844, $6,746

1845, 9,184

1846, 19,709

1847, 25,028 60,667 15,166

1848, 28,704

1849, 29,137 57,841 28,920

Foreign Evangelical Society.

Tea». Receipts. Periods. Average Annual Receipts.

1840, $10,210

1841, 14,357

1842, 10,900

1843, 10,766 46,233 11,558

1844, 13,356

1845, 16,249

1846, 20,146

1847, 14,855 64,606 16,151

1848, 19,439

1849, 24,484

* American and Foreign Christian Union.

Tear. Receipts. Periods. Av. Ann. Receipts. App. to Homo Uses.

1850, $57,223

1851, 56,265 157,411 39,352 f 64,000

* Constituted by the union of the Foreign Evangelical Society, the American Trotestant Society,
and the Christian Alliance. (• Coiycctural.



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XII. Receipts of the American Missionary Association.

Year. Receipts. Periods. Ar. Ana, Rec. App. to Heme Missions.

1847, $13,033



1848,


17,095


1849,


21,982


1850,


25,159


1851,


34,535



1,581

3,186
2,632
98,771 24,692 7,399



XIII. Receipts for Foreign Missions, in Periods of four years each.

T, . J Amer. Board of Cor

emoaa. ^^^ p^^^ Missions.

1836—39, $908,649

1840—43, 1,039,531

1844—47, 964,983

1848—51, 1,072,526



Pres. Board of
For. Missions.

*100,898
230,453
297,925
398,668


Amer. Bible
Society.

f85,091
73,480
57,237

47,788


Amer. Tract
Society.

f 110,000
75,000
51,000
60,000


Am. & For. Ch.
Union.

46,233
64,606
93,411


Am. MisB.
Asao'n.

91,372



3,985,689 1,027,944 263,596 296,000 204,250 91,372
1,027,944

263,596

296,000

204,250
91,372— $5,868,851, total in 16 years for Foreign Missions.

* Two years only. t Appropriations by the Society.



XIV. Growth the Foreign Missions.

_. . .. c.„„!„.„ Receipts In Total of Receipts Average Annual

Ps""'''- ^""^'y- Periods. in the Periods. Receipts. '

1836—39, Am. Board Com. For. Miss. $908,649 227,162

[1838, 9] Pres. Board For. Miss. 100,898 25,224

Amer. Bible Society, 85,091 21,272

Amer. Tract Society, 110,000 27,500

. 1,204,638 301,159

1840—43, Am. Board Com. For. Miss. 1,039,531 259,882

Pres. Board For. Miss. 230,453 57,613

Amer. Bible Society, 73,480 18,370

Amer. Tract Society, 75,000 18,750

For. Evangelical Society, 46,238 11,559

1,464,702 866,175

1844—47, Am. Board Com. For. Miss. 964,983 241,245

Pres. Board For. Miss. 297,925 74,481

Amer. Bible Society, 57,237 14,309

Amer. Tract Society, 51,000 12,750

For. Evangelical Society, 64,606 16,151

1,435,751 358,937

1848—51, Am. Board Com. For. Miss. 1,072,526 268,131

Pres. Board For. Miss. 398,668 99,667

Amer. Bible Society, 47,788 11,947

Amer. Tract Society, 60,000 15,000

Am. and For. Chr. Union, 93,411 23,352

Am. Miss. Association, 91,372 22,843



1,763,765 440,941



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HOME MISSIONS.
XV. Receipts of the American Home Missionary Society.

Society's Tear. Receipts. Periods of Four Years. Inc. in the Periods. At. Ann. Receipts.

1—1826-27, $18,140 76

2—1827-28, 20,035 78

3—1828-29, 26,997 31

4—1829-30, 33,929 44

5—1830-31, 48,124 73 129,087 32,271

6—1831-32, 49,422 12

7—1832-33, 68,627 17

8—1833-34, 78,911 44

9—1834-35, 88,863 22 285,823 156,7S7 71,455

10—1835-36, 101,565 15
11—1836-37, 85,701 59
12—1837-38, 86,522 45

13—1838-39, 82,564 63 356,353 70,530 89,088

14—1839-40, 78,345 20
15—1840-41, 85,413 34
16—1841-42, 92,463 64

17—1842-43, 99,812 24 356,034 *319 89,008

18—1843-44, 101,904 99
19—1844-45, 121,946 28
20—1845-46, 125,124 70

21—1846-47, 116,617 94 465,593 109,559 116,398

22—1847-48, 140,197 10
23—1848-49, 145,925 91
24—1849-50, 157,160 78

25—1850-51, 150,942 25 594,226 128,630 148,656

26—1851-52, 160,062 25
27—1852-53, 171,734 24

* Less than in the preceding period.

XYI. Receipts of the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions.

Tear. Receipts. Periods. Increase. Ay. Ann. Receipts.

1832, $23,030

1833, 27,058

1834, 23,451

1835, 22,664 96,203 24,050

1836, 25,000

1837, 30,961

1838, 22,747

1839, 24,063 102,771 6,568 25,692

1840, 21,413

1841, 20,636

1842, 16,321

1843, 19,108 77,478 *25,293 19,369

1844, 23,013

1845, 29,688

1846, 32,322

1847, 30,870 116,893 38,415 28,973

1848, 33,390

1849, 44,432

1850, 79,043

1851, 82,818 239,683 123,790 59,920

* Lc88 than in the preceding period.



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[Note — The preceding' abstract of the receipts of the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions, was
prepared from the Annual Reports of that Board. Subsequently to the publication of this pamphlet,
the foUowing' ofScial list of receipts in the above years appeared in the " Home Kecord ; " includ-
ing' not only the receipts at Philadelphia, but also those of the local agencies at Louisville, Pitts-
burg, and the Synod of Ohio.



1832,
1833,
1834,
1835,
1836,
1837,



$20,692 10
21,471 29
24,029 05
22,135 93
30,040 80
29,715 73



1838,
1839,
1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,



34,238 14
39,419 63
39,225 90
33,522 43
32,082 24
29,934 52



844,
845,
846,
847,
848,
849,



36,595 38
45,821 15
47,631 98
51,809 77
56 147 80


1850, 67,654 19

1851, 74,974 27

1852, eleven
months, 64,356 29


70,440 37


$871,938 96]



QU' Tor Receipts of American Bible Society ; American Tract Society ; American
Protestant, Foreign Evangelical, and Foreign Christian Union, and American Mis-
sionary Association, see ix, x, xi, xii, pp. 11 — 13; numbered, in first edition,
xvii — XX.



XXI. Receipts of the Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and
Theological Education at the West.



Year.


Receipts.


1844,


$17,004


1845,


10,967


1846,.


15,686


1847,


14,113



-57,770



YcBr.


Receipts.


1848,


$12,339


1849,


11,001


1850,


17,623


1851,


16,962-



-57,925



A much, larger sum than this was actually given for the Colleges in this space
of time, though not through this Society.



XXII. Receipts of the American Sunday School Union as the result

of Donations.



Year.

1832,
1833,
1834,
1835,
1836,
1837,
1838,
1839,
1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,
1844,
1845,
1846,
1847,
1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,
1852,



Receipts.

$34,691
19,711
28,611
26,988-
38,321
34,035
22,423
15,384-
14,134
14,259
14,844
12,311-
14,343
25,369
25,019
22,777-
31,092
31,189
35,533
34,807-
50,038



-110,001



-110,163



-55,548



-87,508



-132,621



Average Annual Receipts.



27,500



27,540



13,887



21,877



33,155



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XXIII. Receipts of the American Education Society.



year.

1832,
1833,
1834,

1835,

1836,

1837,
1838,
1839,

1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,

1844,
1845,
1846,
1847,

1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,

1852,
1853.



Receipts.

$42,030
47,836

57,818
83,062-



Periods.



-230,746



63,227
65,574
55,660
55,075 239,536

51,963
63,113
34,491
33,789 183,356

34,811
34,842
39,348
28,299 137,300

24,974
27,301

28,428

27,591 108,294

29,376

22,729



Average Annual Receipt!.



57,686



59,884



45,839



34,325



27,073



XXIV. Presbyterian Board of Education.



Year.

]832,
1833,
1834,
1835,


Receipts.

$44,585
37,038-


1836,
1837,

1838,
1839,


50,064
41,850
33,094
33,562-


1840,
1841,
1842,
1843,


23,273

t24,000
24,538
29,104-


1844,
1845,
1846,

1847,


31,057
31,723

34,953
t34,000-


1848,
1849,
1850,
1851,


31,078
37,754
32,447
36,501-


* ]


L''or two years only.



Average Annual Receipts,



-158,570



-100,915



-131,733



-137,780



20,405



39,642



25,228



32,933



34,445

t Conjectural.



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XXV. Receipts for Home Missions^ in Periods of four years each.



Psriodg.


Amer, Home Mies.
Society.


Pres. Board c
Home MisMuni


)f Amer. Bible
1. Suoiety.


Amer. Tract
Society.


Am. Prot. See.
&A.&F.Ch.UB.


1832-35,


$285,823


96.203


142,662


86,502




1836-39,


356353


102 771


107,068


112 600




1840—43,


356,034


77,478


176,164


89,506




1844-47,


465,593


115,893


257,334


210,663


60,667


1848—51,


594,226
$2,058,029


239,683


376,380


355,787


121,841


.


632,028


1,059,608


855,058


182,508




Western Coll.


Am. MJM.


Am. Sun. Sch.


Am. Eiluca.


Pres. Board




Society.


Assoc.


Union.


Society.


of.Eauc.


1832—35,






110,001


230,746


81,623


1836—39,






110,163


239,536


158,570


1840-43,






55,548 ,



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