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Barbadoes Currency.

Brought forward, € 90 00 William Gibbs Alleyne, Esq.

2 10 0 Joseph Miller, Esq.

1 17 6 Edward Pare, Esq.

1 17 9 Thomas Best, Esq.

6 5 Henry Walker, Esq.

3 15 0 Thomas Payne, Esq.

1 17 6 William Haggat, Esq.

1 17 6 The Rev. Mr. Edward Brace,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. William Duke,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. Robert Boucher,

5 O The Rev. Mr. Thomas Wharton,

5 оо The Rev. Mr. William Terrill,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. Thomas Duke,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. James Butcher,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. Joseph Hebson,

5 0 0 The Rev. Mr. Richard Saer,

3 15 0 The Rev. Mr. Michael Mashart,

2 10 0 William Moore, Esq. Attorney-General,

3 15 0 Timothy Blenman, Esq.

5 оо Samuel Moore, Esq.

3 15 0 Dr. Thomas Pollard,

5 0 0 Henry Armell Pollard, Esq.

1 17 6 George Errington, Esq.

2 10 0 Thomas Hethersall, Esq.

2 10 0 Joseph Mosely Esq.

1 17 6 Robert Beckles, Esq.

1 17 6 Mrs. Catharine Cox,

1 17 6 Benjamin Bostock, Esq. by Rev. Mr. Morrison, 3 15 0 George James, Esq. by the same,

1 17 6 John Freke Esq. by the same,

1 17 6 A person unknown, by Rev. Mr. Wharton,

1 17 6 A person unknown, by Rev. Mr. Hebson,

1 17 6 The neat profits of a benefit representation, en

52 15 10 titled “ Columbus,"

Total £. 230 6 1 Deduct what was paid for advertisements, &c.

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The above sum of f. 248 2 10, is equal to 6. 190

9 8 sterling, which was remitted in a sterling £. 304 15 6

bill, and produced in Pennsylvania money, To Rev. Dr. Smith, for the consideration paid

to him by Mr. John Dunlap, for the privilege of printing the poems of the Rev. Nath- 20 O o aniel Evans, A. M. deceased, late missionary

for Gloucester county, in New Jersey, To Henry Zachary Smith, Esq. of Barbadoes, 7 12 7 To a lady unknown, by Daniel Coxe, Esq.

3 0 To Thomas Coombe, Esq. by the Rev. Mr.?

1 14 o Coombe, To Mr. Joseph Wharton, by the same,

1 14 0 To Edward Biddle, Esq. by Mr. Hopkinson,

3 0 To Mr. Thomas Asheton, by the same,

1 0 To sundry persons unknown, by the Rev. Mr.

11 2 0 Duche, To Dr. Benjamin Rush, by the Rev. Mr.

1 14 O Coombe, To Isaac Hunt, Esq. by the same,

1 14 0 To the congregation of Christ Church Philadelphia, for their generous contribution, made at

120 3 the annual meeting of the corporation, Octo

ber 8th, 1772, To the society for the propagation of the gospel, their annual contribution of sixty pounds

94 10 0 sterling, exchange at fifty-seven and a half

per cent. Interest received be Mr. Hopkinson, on a bond

for one hundred pounds put out in Pennsyl- 6 0 0

vania, Interest received by Mr. Le Roy, on sundry

18 14 1 sums put out in New York, To Thomas Bartow, Esq. by the Rev. Dr.

3 0 0 Chandler, To a person unknown, by the same,

0 5 To William Pigeon, Esq. by the Rev. Mr.

6 O 0 Thompson, To Joshua Lawrence, Esq. by the same,

3 0 Interest received by the Rev. Dr. Chandler, on

one hundred and twenty-one pounds, seven- 8 10 6

teen and six pence, put out in New-Jersey, Contributions of the clergy of Pennsylvania,

57 о о 1772, Fines paid by ditto,

1 12 4 Carried forward,

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Contributions of the clergy of New-York 1772,
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BENEFACTIONS, SUBSCRIPTIONS, &c. FOR 1773. To John Dickinson, Esq. of Pennsylvania, by the

13 10 0 Rev. Dr. Smith, To Alexander Ross, Esq. of Jamaica, by the

6 0 0 same, To Thomas Lynch, Esq. of South-Carolina, by

8 10 0 the same, To a lady unknown, by the Rev. Dr. Ogilvie, 4 13 9 To a gentleman, by the same,

3 011 To another gentleman, by the same,

1 5 3 To the congregation of Trinity Church, NewYork, for their generous contribution made

92 16 8 at the annual meeting of the corporation,

October 5th, 177.3.
To the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel,

for their annual Contribution of Sixty Pounds 101 5 0

Sterling,
To an officer, by Dr. Ogilvie,

4 13 9 To Jacob Le Roy, Esq. for Ten Guineas to

17 оо purchase a Seal for the Corporation, Interest Money received by Jacob Le Roy, Esq.

18 5 2 on sundry Sums put out in New York, To the Rev. Mr. Sayre's Congregation for their

8 10 7 Benefaction, Interest Money received by Francis Hopkinson,

Esq. on sundry Sums put out in Pennsyl. 48 12

vania, To Richard Hockley, Esq. for his annual Donation, 5 0 0 Interest on sundry Bonds, received by Samuel ?

36 2 4 Powel, Esq. Treasurer for Pennsylvania, Subscriptions of the Clergy of New-York, 1773, 110 12 6 Ditto of the Clergy of New-Jersey,

33 0 Ditto of the Clergy of Pennsylvania,

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58 10 0 A Fine for Default,

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Carried forward,

£. 571 11 11

Brought forward, f. 571 11 11 To the hon. James Hamilton, Esq. for his Bene-2

20 0 0 faction, by the Hands of Rev. Dr. Peters, } Sum Total for 1773, 1773,

4.591 11 11

To which add for

1772,
1771,
1770, 1769,

6.751 4

323 16
784 11

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Total amount of Benefactions and Subscrip-} 6.2451 3 10

tions, Whereof Jacob Le Roy, Esq. Treasurer for

for} 6.788

0 5 New-York, has Ditto Rev. Dr. Chandler, Treasurer for New

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Ditto Samuel Powell, Esq. Treasurer for Penn-

sylvania, has

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Total Stock, December 30, 1773,

£.2345 17 8

Balance expended by the sundry Treasurers, in paying the Accounts of Printers, &c.—viz.

By the Treasurer for New-York, 6.40 10 6
By the Treasurer for New Jersey, 14 8 8

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Add to the Expenses for 1773,

6.1 13 6

Stock and Expenses,

£.2451 3 10

Additional Rule, made October 3d, 1771, respecting the Treasurers.

The several Treasurers shall correspond with each other, in order that monies may be occasionally transferred from one to another, for the putting the same more readily out to interest; and

upon such transfers, the Receipt of one Treasurer shall be a sufficient discharge to another.

A LIST OF THE CLERGYMEN WHO ARE ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS,

WITH THE CLASSES IN WHICH THEY SUBSCRIBE, AND THE TIMES FROM WHICH THEIR FIRST PAYMENTS COMMENCED; TAKEN FROM THE BOOK OF MINUTES, p. 22, &c. THE NEW CONTRIBUTORS BEING INSERTED ACCORDING TO THEIR CLASSES.

Dol. 6 Commencing WILLIAM SMITH, D. D. 241 9 Samuel Auchmuty, D. D.

241 9 Miles Cooper, L. L. D.

24/ 9 John Ogilvie, D.D.

249 Charles Inglis, A. M.

2419 October 1770 Jacob Duche, A. M.

249 Leonard Cutting, A. M.

24 9 Thomas Coombe, A. M.

24 9 William White, A. M.

24 9 Samuel Magaw, A. M.

2017 10

October 1773. John Andrews, A. M.

207 10 Thomas Bradbury Chandler, D. D. 166 Richard Charlton, A. M.

16 6 Jonathan Odell, A. M.

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October 1770. Samuel Seabury, A. M.

16 6 Rev. William Frazer,

161 6 John Sayre, A.M.

166 Rev. William Stringer,

1616 October 1773. Samuel Cooke, A. M.

12 4 10 Philip Reading, A. M.

83 William Currie, A. M.

8 3 George Craig, A. M.

8! 3 Thomas Barton, A. M.

8 3 Alexander Murray, A. M.

81 3 October 1770. William Thompson, A. M.

8 3 Abraham Beach, A. M.

8 3 Rev. William Ayres,

8 3 John Beardsley, A. M.

8 3 John Preston, A. M.

8 3 Rev. Harry Munro,

8 3 October 1771. Rev. Mr. Blackwell,

83 October 1773.

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From the foregoing statement, it appears, that this Charitable Institution so far flourished during the first four years, that the total stock December 30, 1773, had amounted to £. 2451 3 10. It continued proportionably increasing for three years more, while the annual meetings of the corporation could be regularly held, amidst the operations of a revolutionary war-But sundry

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