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page 390.

Deed. — Copy of deed James Dundas, et al., Trustees, to Rec-
tor, Wardens and Vestrymen Church of Faith, Mahanoy

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974 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

City, Aug. 26th, 1864. Lots Nos. 9 and 10. Recorded
May 7tn, 1888, Schuylkill Co., Deed Book No. 199, page
304.

X.
Deed.— Cow of deed E. and G. Brooke and Elizabeth M.
Brooke to Rector, Wardens, and Vestrymen of St.
Michael's, Birdsboro; lot in Birdsboro, Feb. 11th, 1853.
Not recorded.
Deed. — Copy deed Edmund Leaf and Wife to Rector, War-
dens and Vestrymen of St. Michael's, Birdsboro, Dec.
21st, 1867 ; lot in Union Township, containing one acre.
Not recorded.
Deed. — Copy deed Daniel Knabb and Wife to Rector, War-
dens and Vestrymen St. Michael's, Birdsboro, May 19th,
1868 ; lot in Union Township. Not recorded.
Deed. — Copy deed E. and G. Brooke Land Co. to St.
Michael's Church, Birdsboro, Aug. 31st, 1880; lot in
Union Township, Berks Co. Not recorded.
Deed. — Copy deed E. and G. Brooke Land Co. to St. Michael's
Church, Birdsboro, Jan. 26th, 1883 ; lot in Union Town-
ship. Not recorded.

XL
Deed. — Starucca Lodge, No. 423, L 0. 0. F., of Susquehanna
Depot, to Incorporated Trustees of Central Pennsylva-
nia, March 1st, 1882; lot in borough of Susquehanna
Depot. Recorded Susquehanna Co., March 6th, 1882,
Deed Book No. 61, page 224.
XIL
Deed. — Daniel Frack and Wife to Rector, Wardens and Ves-
trymen of Mount Zion Church, Frackville, May 4th,
1872 ; lot in Frackville. Recorded in Recorder's ofRce,
Schuylkill Co., Jan. 18th, 1877, Deed Book 4 A. H., page
403.
Deed. — WiHiam Haupt and Wife to Lydia L. Haupt, April
26th, 1897; lot in Frackville. Recorded Schuylkill Co.,
Nov. 18th, 1898, Deed Book No. 275, page 44.
Deed.— F. S. Haupt to Lydia L. Haupt, June 15th, 1900 ; lot
in Frackville. Recorded Schuylkill Co., Jan. 9th, 1905,
Deed Book No. 324, page 79.
Deed. — Lydia L. Haupt to Incorporated Trustees, Sept. 23rd^



THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE 975

1904; lot in Frackville. Recorded Schuylkill Co., Jan.
9th, 1905, Deed Book No. 324, page 80.
XIII.

Correspondence relative to purchase of property in South
Bethlehem for Episcopal Residence.

Deed. — Felix W. Leinbach and Wife to Nelson Somerville
Rulison, Aug. 6th, 1891; piece of ground, Salisbury
Township, Lehigh Co. Recorded Lehigh Co., Aug. 17th,
1891, Deed Book No. 113, page 369.

Deed. — Nelson Somerville Rulison to Incorporated Trustees
of Central Pennsylvania, June 8th, 1892 ; piece of
ground in Salisbury Township, Lehigh Co. Recorded
June 10th, 1892, Deed Book Vol. 119, page 1.

Deed. — F. W. Leinbach and Wife to Incorporated Trustees
of Central Pennsylvania, property used for Bishop's
Residence. Recorded Lehigh County, Deed Book 128,
page 135.

XIV.

Lease. — Incorporated Trustees of Diocese of Central Penn-
sylvania to John C. Seltzer, November 1st, 1889, to
November 1st, 1890, part of Church lot in Shenandoah.
XV.

Deed. — Rector, Wardens and Vestrymen of the Church of
the Good Shepherd, Milford, to M. A. DeWolfe Howe,
Bishop, Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, as Trustee,
Sept. 13th, 1877; two town lots in Milford. Recorded
in Recorder's office, Milford, Pike Co., Oct. 2nd, 1877,
Deed Book No. 35, page 469.

Deed. — M. A. DeWolfe Howe, Bishop, in trust, to Incorpor-
ated Trustees of Central Pennsylvania; two town lots,
Milford, March 17th, 1881. Recorded Pike Co., March
21st, 1881, Deed Book No. 38, page 443.
Also correspondence relating to above deed.

Petition. — Petition of Rector, Wardens and Vestrymen,
Church of Good Shepherd, Milford, to Incorporated
Trustees of Central Pennsylvania, Jan. 2nd, 1891 ; to
re-convey title to portion of above lots for Rectory, etc.

Deed. — Rector, Wardens and Vestrymen, Church of Good
Shepherd, Milford, to Incorporated Trustees of Central



976 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

Pennsylvania, Aug. 1st, 1893, for lot in Milford. Re-
corded Pike Co., Deed Book No. 50, page 123.
X\L

By-Laws. — Copy By-Laws of Incorporated Trustees of Cen-
tral Pennsylvania.

Receipt. — Receipt for securities transferred to P. R. Stetson,
Treasurer, by W. L. Dunglison, Treasurer, Convention
and Episcopal Fund, Nov., 1882; also sundry corre-
spondence received from W. L. Dunglison.
XVII.

Deed. — Francis Weiss, Trustee, to Incorporated Trustees of
Central Pennsylvania, Jan. 25th, 1902; lot No. 58, Mar-
ket St., Bethlehem (Rectory Trinity Church, Bethle-
hem). Recorded Northampton Co., Jan. 27th, 1902,
Deed Book C, Vol. 31, page 463.
XVIII.

Deed. — John B. Williams and Wife to Incorporated Trustees
of Central Pennsylvania, May 2nd, 1902 ; lot in borough
of Stroudsburg. Recorded Monroe Co., Deed Book Vol.
No. 55, page 482.

XIX.

Deed of Trust. — Relating to Bishop Rulison Memorial Fund.

XX.

Release. — Incorporated Trustees of the Diocese of Central
Pennsylvania, release, to Herbert Norris, Executor, his
executors, etc., and the Estate of Elizabeth Ogilvie Nor-
ris, dated June 13th, 1894.
XXI.

Memoranda. — Memoranda of documents relating to Trinity
Church, Chambersburg, of which original deed sent to
Chancellor Freeze, October, 1905.
XXII.

Copy of will and other memoranda relating to estate of Mary
K. Snyder.

XXIII.

Deed. — George H. Welles, et al., to Incorporated Trustees,
Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, Aug. 16th, 1904 ; lot
in Wyalusing. Recorded Bradford Co., Oct. 3rd, 1904,
Deed Book 260, page 25.

Deed.- — Asa Gaylord to Georgia Welles ; lot in Wyalusing bor-



THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE 977

ough, dated March 29th, 1901. Recorded Bradford Co.,
April 24th, 1901, Deed Book Vol. 239, page 152.
XXIV.
Deed. — Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co. to Incorporated
Trustees of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania; lots 59
and 61, Lansford, dated June 5th, 1897. Recorded Car-
bon Co., May 23rd, 1898, Deed Book No. 45, page 706.
XXV.
Deed. — Mrs. W. E. Bortree to Incorporated Trustees of Cen-
tral Pennsylvania, quit claim, dated November 5th, 1898 ;
parcel of land in Sterling Township, Wayne Co. Re-
corded Wayne Co., Nov. 14th, 1898, Deed Book Vol. 84,
page 168.

XXVI.

Papers. — Charter, deeds and other papers and memoranda

relating to property of Grace Church, Cressona.

XXVII.

Lot of Fire Insurance Policies (all expired).

At this time it became necessary to change the Charter of
The Incorporated Trustees of Central Pennsylvania, where-
upon the Convention of 1907 unanimously adopted the fol-
lowing action :

Whereas, The provisions of the Charter of The Incor-
porated Trustees of this Diocese conflict with Canon XIII,
Sec. 9, in the number of lay members of the Board of Mis-
sions, to be chosen by the Convention, the former providing
for one from each Archdeaconry and the latter for two, in
addition to those at large,

And Whereas, It is deemed advisable that the number
shall be two from each Archdeaconry, instead of one, there-
fore

Resolved, That it is the sense of this Convention that
two lay members be annually chosen from each Archdea-
conry, and two lay members from the Diocese at large.

Resolved, That The Incorporated Trustees are hereby di-
rected to present their petition to the Court of Common
Pleas of Berks County, praying that their Charter be amend-
ed in Article II, by striking out the word "one" in first sen-
tence, and inserting the word "two" in lieu thereof.
The Charter as amended in 1907 is as follows :



978 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

Article I. — The name and style of the corporation shall
be "The Incorporated Trustees of the Diocese of Central
Pejinsylvania."

Article II. — The corporation shall consist of the Bishop,
for the time, of the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania, who
shall be ex officio President of the Board, the Chancellor of
the said Diocese, together with the Lay members of the Board
of Missions who are annually elected by the Convention of
the Diocese and are Communicants of the Protestant Episco-
pal Church, being one from each of the Archdeaconries into
which the said Diocese is or may be divided, each Arch-
deaconry being entitled, before the meeting of said Conven-
tion, to nominate its said Lay members and two laymen from
the Diocese at large. The persons whose names are above
mentioned shall be the Board of Trustees, and they shall hold
office until their successors be duly elected. Said Trustees
shall have power to make such statutes, by-laws, rules and
ordinances as they may deem from time to time necessary,
or expedient for the government of said Association; Pro-
vided always, That the said by-laws, rules and ordinances, or
any of them, be not repugnant to the Constitution and laws
of the United States, to the Constitution and laws of this
Commonwealth, or to the instrument upon which the said
corporation is formed and established.

Article IIL — The powers and duties of said corporation
shall be to receive, hold, sell and properly dispose of, all es-
tate, real and personal, which may be given, granted, con-
veyed, devised, bequeathed, or transferred to it, in trust, for
any religious, charitable or educational use or purpose con-
nected with the Protestant Episcopal Church in said Diocese
or any portion thereof, or for the aid, benefit or advance-
ment of any Parish or congregation, or of any religious,
charitable or educational association of Churchmen in said
Diocese ; and the clear yearly income of the real estate shall
not exceed twenty thousand dollars, nor from the whole prop-
erty held by said corporation shall it exceed fifty thousand
dollars.

Article IV. — At any regular stated meeting of the Board,
three members shall form a quorum for the transaction of
business. But at any special meeting a majority of the mem-



THE INCOEPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE 979

bers of the Board shall bs necessary to form such quorum.
The Board, in 1909, consisted of

The Right Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, D.D., LL.D.
Mr. Rodney A. Mercur, Chancellor.
Mr. Guy E. Farquhar. Mr. Addison A. Sterling.

Mr. J. Benj. Dimmick, Mr. William R. Butler.

Mr. Wilham H. Sayre. Mr. Warren A. Wilbur.

INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE OF
HARRISBURG.
The Charter of The Incorporated Trustees of the Diocese of
Harrisburg was granted by the Court of Common Pleas of
Lycoming County in June, 1905.
In THE Matter of the In- I

1 Tn fVip

corporation of the In- |

CORPORATED TRUSTEES OF \- ^°"^^ °^ Common Pleas

THE DIOCESE OF HARRIS- I °^ Lycoming County.

gURG ] No. 342, June Term, 1905.

To the Honorable William W. Hart, President Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas of the County of Lycoming:

Agreeably to the requirements of the Act of the General
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled
"An Act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of
certain corporations," approved the 29th day of April, A. D.
1874, and the several supplements thereto, the undersigned,
all of whom are citizens of Pennsylvania, having associated
themselves together for the purposes hereinafter named, and
desiring to be incorporated according to law, do hereby
certify :

First. — The name of the corporation is The Incorporated
Trustees of the Diocese of Harrisburg.

Second. — The purposes for which the said corporation is
formed are to receive, hold, sell, convey and properly dispose
of all such property, bequeathed or transferred to it in trust
for any or all of the following purposes and uses, to wit:

(a) For any religious, charitable or educational use or
purpose connected with the Protestant Episcopal Church
in the Diocese of Harrisburg, or in any portion thereof;
which Diocese is territorially composed of the following
Counties of the State of Pennsylvania, to wit : The Counties
of Potter, Tioga, Clinton, Lycoming, Sullivan, Centre, Union,



980 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

Northumberland, Montour, Columbia, Blair, Huntingdon,
Mifflin, Snyder, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland, Dauphin, Bed-
ford, Fulton, Franklin, Adams, York and Lancaster ;

(b) For the aid, benefit, advancement or support of any
Parish, Mission Station or Congregation within said Diocese
and connected therewith, including the endowment of any
Parish, Mission Station or Congregation, and the care and
maintenance, or either, of any Church, Rectory, Parish
House or other building, or any cemetery or grave-yard be-
longing to or connected with such Parish, Mission Station or
Congregation ;

(c) For the purchase of any land or buildings within the
limits of said Diocese, and the construction on said land of
any building or buildings to be occupied by the Bishop of said
Diocese, or for the uses of said Diocese in its religious, char-
itable or educational work or purposes ; including the care
and maintenance of any such building or buildings, and the
payment of any taxes thereon or of the premiums for fire
insurance upon such buildings.

Third. — The business of said corporation is to be trans-
acted in the City of Williamsport, County of Lycoming and
State of Pennsylvania.

Fourth. — Said corporation is to exist perpetually.

Fifth. — The number of Trustees of said corporation is
fixed at five, all of whom shall be Laymen and citizens of the
State of Pennsylvania, and the names and residences of those
who are chosen Trustees for the first year, and until others
are chosen in their places, are :
C. LaRue Munson, Williamsport, Pa.

John G. Freeze, Bloomsburg, Pa.

James M. Lamberton, Harrisburg, Pa.

Charles M. Clement, Sunbury, Pa.

Allen P. Perley, Williamsport, Pa.

The terms of office of said Trustees shall expire upon the
election or appointment of their successors at the next annual
Convention of the said Diocese of Harrisburg. At the said
next Convention, and at the Annual Conventions of said Dio-
cese thereafter, there shall be elected or appointed five Trus-
tees, all of whom shall be Laymen and citizens of the State
of Pennsylvania, and one of whom shall, by said Convention,



THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE 981

then be elected or appointed the Chancellor of said Diocese,
and the said Chancellor shall be ex officio President of the
Board of Trustees.

The said Trustees so elected or appointed shall hold office
until others are likewise elected or appointed in their places.
If the office of any Trustee becomes vacant by reason of
death, resignation or otherwise, the vacancy thus created
shall be filled by the remaining Trustees, and the Trustee
thus chosen shall hold office until the next Annual Convention
of said Diocese and until another Trustee shall be elected or
appointed in his place.

Sixtli. — The yearly income of the corporation, other than
that derived from real estate, shall not exceed the sum of
thirty thousand dollars.

Seventh. — Any property, real or personal, which shall here-
after be bequeathed, devised or conveyed to said corporation,
shall be taken and held, or inure to it, subject to the control
and disposition of the Lay members thereof, or such consti-
tuted officers or representatives as shall be composed of the
majority of Lay members, citizens of Pennsylvania, having
a controlling power according to the rules, regulations,
usages or corporate requirements thereof.

Witness our hands and seals this 25th day of April,
Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and five (1905).

C. LaRue Munson ( L. S. ) ,

Williamsport, Pa.
John G. Freeze (L. S.),

Bloomsburg, Pa.
James M. Lamberton (L. S.),

Harrisburg, Pa.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, |

County of Lycoming. )' '^^•

Before me, a Notary Public, in and for said County, per-
sonally appeared C. LaRue Munson, one of the subscribers to
the foregoing Certificate of Incorporation, who, in due form
of law, acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and
the act and deed of his associates according to the Act of
Assembly in such case made and provided.



982 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my official seal this 25th day of April, 1905.

[seal] Hugh Gilmore, Notary Public.

My Commission expires Jan. 19th, 1907.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, /

County of Columbia. \ *'®'

Betore me, a Notary Public, in and for said County, person-
ally appeared John G. Freeze, one of the subscribers to the
foregoing Certificate of Incorporation, who, in due form of
law, acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and the act
and deed of his associates, according to the Act of Assembly
in such case made and provided.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my official seal this 26th day of April, 1905.

[seal] S. F. Peacock, -A^oia?-!/ Public.

My Commission expires Jan. 30th, 1909.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, |

County of Dauphin. (" '^^•

Before me, a Notary Public, in and for said County, per-
sonally appeared James M. Lamberton, one of the sub-
scribers to the foregoing Certificate of Incorporation, who,
in due form of law, acknowledged the same to be his act and
deed and the act and deed of his associates according to the
Act of Assembly in such case made and provided.

In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed my official seal this 24th day of April, 1905.

[seal] Paul Augustine Kunkel, Notary Public.

My Commission expires Jan. 25th, 1907.

In the Matter of the In-
corporation OF THE In-
corporated Trustees of
THE Diocese of Harris-
burg. J No. 342, June Term, 1905.
And now, this 29th day of May, 1905, the within Certificate
of Incorporation, having been filed in the Office of the Pro-
thonotary of said Court since May 4th, 1905, accompanied
by due proof of publication of the notice of this application,



In the

Court of Common Pleas

of Lycoming County.



THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE 983

as required by the Act of Assembly in such case made and
provided, I do hereby certify that I have perused and ex-
amined said instrument and find the same to be in proper
form and within the purposes named in the first class of cor-
porations specified in section two of the Corporation Act of
April 29th, 1874, and that said purposes are lawful and not
injurious to the community. It is, therefore, ordered and
decreed that the said Charter be approved, and upon the re-
cording of said charter and its endorsements and this order
in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds in and for the County
of Lycoming, which is now hereby ordered, the subscribers
thereto, and their associates and successors, shall thenceforth
be a corporation for the purposes and upon the terms and
under the name therein stated.

Wm. W. Hart,

President Judge, Court of Common Pleas, Lycoming Co.

Recorded in the Office for the Recording of Deeds, etc., in
and for the County of Lycoming, in Charter Book No. 1,
page 71.

Witness my hand and seal of office this 3rd day of June,
1905.

[seal] George W. Harder, Recorder of Deeds.

From November 7th, 1905, to June 5th, 1906, there was
paid into the Treasury of the Incorporated Trustees the sum
of $8,263.72, and paid out, during the same time, $7,664.60,
leaving a balance in bank of $599.12. The following year
(1906-7) the receipts amounted to $14,635.29, while the
amount paid out was $14,364.65, which left a balance on hand
of $270.64.

The various assets of the Incorporated Trustees of the
Diocese of Harrisburg on May 12th, 1908, were:

All Saints' Church and Cemetery, Brookland $ 7,242.04

All Saints' Church, Williamsport 20,000.00

Bishop Rulison Memorial Fund 2,896.13

Bangor Church and Churchyard 6,370.34

Mount Hope Church 4,394.33

Jerseytown Church 61.25

Selinsgrove Church, Mary K. Snyder 9,330.03



:984 THE INCORPORATED TRUSTEES OF THE DIOCESE

St. John's Church, Eaglesmere 1,025.09

St. Luke's Church, Mechanicsburg, Craft Guild. . 453.52
Trinity Church, Tyrone 1,368.13

Total $53,140.86

In the beginning of the year 1909, the following constituted
the Board of Incorporated Trustees :

Mr. C. LaRue Munson, President, Williamsport.

Mr. Wilham A. Brosious, Secretary, Sunbury.

Mr. Allen P. Perley, Treasurer, Williamsport.

Mr. John G. Freeze. Mr. J. W. B. Bausman.



CHAPTER XVI.

THE CHRISTMAS FUND.

The Convention of 1872 elected Mr. Peter Baldy, Jr., of
Christ Church, Danville, as the first Treasurer of the Christ-
mas Fund.
The receipts from Christmas, 1871, to May 1st,

1872, were $1,191.87

Paid out 133.23

Leaving a balance of $1,058.64

Of this amount there was in the hands of the Lehigh

Valley Railroad Company, bearing interest 986.64

Balance left in bank $ 72.00

Amount in the Fund May 1st, 1872 $1,058.64

Receipts from May 1st, 1872, to June 1st, 1873.

From Parishes $1,150.76

From Diocese of Pennsylvania in United

States Bonds 1,500.00

Interest and premium on these Bonds. . . 102.49

Interest from L. V. R. R. Co 85.75

$2,839.00

$3,897.64
Expenditures During Same Period.

Appropriations to Clergy $ 500.00

Printing and Stationery 5.45

$ 505.45

Balance in Fund to date $3,392.1&

These funds were, on June 1st, 1873, in-
vested as follows :



986 THE CHRISTMAS FUND

In United States Bonds $1,500.00

Lehigh Valley Railroad Co 1,889.24

$3,389.24



Amount due Treasurer $ 2.95

Receipts from June 1st, 1873, to June 1st, 1874.

From Parishes $1,203.81

Interest and premiums 221.23

1,425.04



$4,814.28
Disbursements from June 1st, 1873, to June 1st, 1874. ,

Due the Treasurer $ 2.95

Printing-, stationery, etc 22.46

Appropriations to Clergy 505.00

$ 530.41

Balance on hand June 1st, 1874 $4,283.87

The investments at this time stood:

United States Bonds. $1,500.00

Lehigh Valley Railroad stocks 2,763.55

$4,263.55

Balance in hands of Treasurer $ 20.32

Receipts from June 1st, 1874, to June 1st, 1875.

Interest and premiums $ 259.00

From Parishes 977.52

$1,236.52

$5,500.07
Disbursements from June 1st, 1874, to June 1st, 1875.

Printing and stationery $ 23.30

Appropriations to Clergy 813.00

$ 836.30

Leaving balance on June 1st, 1875 $4,663.77

Amount invested at this time 4,643.95

Left in hands of Treasurer $ 19.82



THE CHRISTMAS FUND 987

Receipts from June 1st, 1875, to June 1st, 1876.

Interest and premiums $ 309.87

From Parishes 1,136.08

$1,445.95

Capital invested 4,643.95



$6,089.90
. Disbursements from June 1st, 1875, to June 1st, 1876.

Printing and Stationery $ 24.50

Appropriations to Clergy 832.00

$ 856.50

Balance on hand June 1st, 1876 $5,233.40

Of this amount there was invested, at this date, in
L. V. R. R. Stocks and United States Bonds, the
sum of 5,012.95

Leaving in hands of Treasurer $ 220.45

Receipts from June 1st, 1876, to June 1st, 1877.

In hands of Treasurer $ 220.45

Interest and premiums 291.38

From Parishes 1,078.53

$1,590.36

$6,603.31
Disbursements from June 1st, 1876, to June 1st, 1877.

For printing $ 20.00

For stationery 4.60

For appropriations 950.00

$ 974.60

Balance on hand June 1st, 1877 $5,628.71

The investment at this time amounted to 5,294.03

Leaving in hands of Treasurer $ 334.68

Receipts from June 1st, 1877, to June 1st, 1878.

Balance on hand $ 334.68

Interest and premiums 310.97

From Parishes 1,119.27

■ —$1,764.92



$7,058.95



988 THE CHRISTMAS FUND

Disbursements from June 1st, 1877, to June 1st, 1878.

Printing and stationery $ 25.40

Appropriations to aged Clergy 1,085.00

$1,110.40



Leaving a balance, June 1st, 1878 $5,948.55

Invested in L. V. R. R. Stocks and U. S. Bonds. . . 5,748.55



In hands of Treasurer $ 200.00

Receipts from June 1st, 1878, to June 1st, 1879.

Balance on hand $ 200.00

Interest and premiums 318.79

From Parishes 921.30

$1,440.09



$7,188.64
Disbursements for year ending June 1st, 1879.

Printing, stationery, etc $ 25.60

Appropriations to aged Clergy 1,010.00

$1,035.60'



Leaving a balance June 1st, 1879 $6,153.04

Of this amount there was invested in L. V. R. R.

Stocks and United States Bonds $5,948.55



Leaving in hands of Treasurer $ 204.49

Receipts from June 1st, 1879, to June 1st, 1880.

On hand $ 204.49

Interest and premiums 348.73

From Parishes 1,077.56

$1,630.78



$7,579.33
Disbursements from June 1st, 1879, to June 1st, 1880.

Printing and stationery $ 25.50

To aged Clergy 1,010.50

$1,036.00



Balance to date $6,543.33



THE CHRISTMAS FUND 989

Invested on June 1st, 1880 . 5,993.20



Balance in hands of Treasurer $ 550.13

Receipts from June 1st, 1880, to June 1st, 1881.

On hand $ 550.13

Interest and premiums 333.61

From Parishes 1,294.67

— $2,178.41



$8,171.61
Disbursements for year ending June 1st, 1881.

Printing and stationery $ 25.20



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