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Baptist Home Missionary Society.
Formed 1797. OBJECT: “To encourage the formation and growth of Baptist churches, both in the agricultural and manufacturing districts of Great Britain, particularly in large towns." INCOME, year ending March 31, 1849
£4,644 10 2 EXPENDITURE
4,645 711 BALANCE, against the society
530 17 9 Treasurer, John R. BOUSFIELD, Esq., 126, Hounsditch. Secretary, Rev. STEPHEN Joshua Davis, 33, Moorgate Street.
Haddon, Mr. John.
Heptinstall, Mr. W.
Miall, Rev. William.
Moore, Mr. G.
Pottenger, Rev. Thomas.
Smith, Rev. James.
Webb, Mr. W.
£2,670 2 9
2,584 10 1 1,670 86
923 6 10 1,388 93
Object :-" The diffusion of the gospel of Jesus Christ principally by the employment of
INCOME, year ending March 31, 1849
Treasurer, Joseph TRITTON, Esq., 54, Lombard Street.
Overbury, Rev. Robert W.
Penny, Mr. John.
Peto, S. M., Esq., M.P.
Rothery, Rev. Joseph.
Sanders, Mr. Joseph.
Stevenson, G., Esq.
Swinstead, Mr. William
Trestrail, Rev. Frederick.
Watson, Mr. Samuel.
Young, Mr. Thomas.
15 Readers Schools
31 Scholars on the books
2,000 Average attendance about two-thirds. The average number in each school is above 70, and of
these the children of Romanists are to those of protestant parents, as 5 to 2.
General Baptist Missionary Society.
Formed 1816. INCOME, year ending June 30, 1849
£1,980 2 2 EXPENDITURE
2,579 12 5 Balance due to the Treasurer
473 19 2
Roberts, Mr. T., sen.
Seals, Mr Robert.
Stevenson, Mr. George.
Stevenson, Mr. William.
Trueman, Mr. George.
Wilkins, Mr. William.
Winks, Mr. J. P.
Bible Translation Society.
Formed 1840. OBJECT :-"To aid in printing and circulating those translations of the Holy Scriptures, from which the British and Foreign Bible Society has withdrawn its assistance on the ground that the words relating to the ordinance of baptism have been translated by terms signifying immersion ; and further to aid in producing and circulating other versions of the word of God, similarly faithful and complete." INCOME, year ending March 31, 1849
£1,472 8 6 EXPENDITURE
1,546 9 10 BALANCE in hand
40 12 9
Mursell, Rev. J. P., Leicester.
Overbury, Rev. R. W., London.
Penny, J., Esq., London.
Pewtress, T., Esq., Gravesend.
Pike, Rey. J. G., Derby.
Pryce, Rev. E. S., B.A., Gravesend.
Robinson, Rev. W., Kettering.
Roff, Rev. R., Cambridge.
Russell, Rev. J., Greenwich.
Soule, Rev. I. M., Battersea.
Sprigg, Rev. J., M.A., Margate.
Stevenson, G., Esq., Blackheath.
Trend, Rev. H., Bridge
Upton, Rev. W., St. Alban's.
Watson, S., Esq., London.
Webb, Rev. J., Ipswich.
Winter, Rey. T., Bristol.
Particular Baptist Fund.
Formed 1717. OBJECTS:-“ For the relief of ministers and churches of the Particular Baptist Denomination in England and Wales; the education of young persons of the same persuasion for the ministry ; donations of books to young students and ministers; and for any other charitable purpose (consistent with the general design) which the managers shall approve." INCOME, year ending March 1, 1849
£2,525 10 8 EXPENDITURE
2,537 10 6 Treasurers, WILLIAM LEPARD SMITH, Esq., Denmark Hill.
WILLIAM BRODIE GURNEY, Esq., Denmark Hill.
WILLIAM BEDDOME, Esq., London.
General Baptist Fund.
Formed 1726. OBJECTS : -- Created in 1726, by the voluntary contributions of several churches and individuals as a permanent fund for the Education of Students for the ministry among the General Baptists, and for the better support of Necessitous Ministers of that denomination throughout the country." INCOME, 1847-8
£137 7 4 EXPENDITURE
127 12 4 Treasurer, T. W. Dunch, Esq., 15, Stepney Causeway. Secretary, Rev. W. H. Black, Mill Yard, Goodman's Fields.
Baptist Building Fund.
Formed 1824. OBJECT :-" To assist by gift, or loan without interest, in the building, enlargement, or repair of places of worship belonging to the Particular or Calvinistic Baptist denomination throughout the United Kingdom.” INCOME, year ending July, 1849
£631 5 6 EXPENDITURE
673 19 11 BALANCE in hand
25 1 10 Treasurer, Joseph FLETCHER, Esq., Union Dock, Limehouse. Secretary, Mr. John EastTy, 2, Victoria Terrace, Upper Grange Road, London. Solicitor, William H. Watson, Esq., Bouverie Street, Fleet Street.
Penny, Mr. John.
Peto, Mr. S. M., M.P.
Pewtress, Mr. Stephen.
Poole, Mr. M.
Soule, Rey. I. M.
Swinstead, Mr. W.
Trestrail, Rev. P.
Warmington, Mr. Joseph.
Williams, Mr. R.
Woollacott, Mr. J. C.
£2000 Loans to six churches
600 0 0
OBJECTS : -" Ist. To extend brotherly love and union among those Baptist Ministers and Churches who agree in the sentiments usually denominated evangelical. 2nd. To promote unity of exertion in whatever may best serve the cause of Christ in general, and the interests of the Baptist Denomination in particular. 3rd. To obtain accurate statistical information relative to Baptist Churches, Societies, Institutions, Colleges, &c., throughout the kingdom and the world at large. 4th. To prepare for circulation an Annual Report of the proceedings of the Union, and of the state of the denomination." INCOME, for the year ending April, 1849
£102 2 4 EXPENDITURE
123 2 0 BALANCE against the Society'.
43 13 9
Treasurer, GEORGE LOWE, Esq., F.R.S., 39, Finsbury Circus. Secretaries, Rev. EDWARD STEANE, D.D., Camberwell ; Rev. John HOWARD
Hinton, M.A., 59, Bartholomew Close.
Hoby, Rev. James, D.D., London.
Leechman, Rey, J., M.A., Hammersmith.
Low, Mr. James, London.
Murch, Rev. W. H., D.D., Watford.
Overbury, Rev. R. W., London.
Penny, Mr. John, London.
Roff, Rev. R., Cambridge.
Smith, Rev. James, London.
Stevenson, Rev. J., Walworth.
Stovel, Rev. C., London,
Wallace, Rev. R., Tottenham.
Watson, Mr. W. H., Walworth.
Winks, Rev. J. F., Leicester.
Bath Society for Aged Ministers.
Formed 1816. OBJECT:—"The relief of those Baptist Ministers who have become Beneficiary Members in conformity with the Rules, when they appear to be permanently incapacitated for pastoral or ministerial duties by reason of age or infirmity." INCOME, year ending June 8, 1849
£385 17 3 EXPENDITURE
253 15 6 Capital, £4600 new 34 per cent. Stock, £1000 3 per cent. Consols, 100 3 per
cent Reduced. Claimants receiving aid
27 Number of Beneficiary Members
108 Treasurer, John LEDYARD PAILLIPS, Esq., Melksham, Wilts. Secretary, Rev. CHARLES DANIELL, Melksham.
Phillips, J. L., Esq., Melksbam.
Smith, W. L., Esq., Denmark Hill.
Rodway, Rev. G. W., Bingley.
Russell, Rev. J., Blackheath.
Salter, Mr. S., Trowbridge.
Sherring, Mr. R. B., Bristol.
Shoard, Mr. John, Bristol.
Smith, Mr. J. G., Bath.
Smith, Mr. W. L., Denmark Hill.
Steane, Rev. E, D.D., Camberwell.
Trotman, Rey, D., Frome.
Tucker, Mr. E., Bath.
Wassell, Rev. D., Bath.
Webb, Rev. E., Tiverton.
West, Mr. G., Bath.
Winter, Rev. T., Bristol.
Yates, Rev. W., Stroud.
Commenced 1809. PROFITS :-"The Profits arising from the sale of this work are given to the Widows of Baptist Ministers, at the recommendation of the contributors.” Grants for the year ending June 25, 1849
£93 Grants to Widows from the commencement to Midsummer last
5647 Editor, Rev. WILLIAM GRoser, 11, Smith Street, Chelsea.
Treasurer, Joun Penny, Esq., 33, Moorgate Street.
Selection of Hymns.
First published in 1828. PROFITS :—"The entire Profits to be given to the Widows and Orphans of Baptist Ministers and Missionaries." Grants for the year ending June 27, 1849
£188 Grants from the commencement
2763 Treasurer, Rev. Dr. MURCH, Watford, Herts, or 33, Moorgate Street.
Publisher, Mr. HADDON, Castle Street, Finsbury.