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Short pay.

$100

Statement, shewing the amounts which have been paid to Bishop

Brownell, since October 26, 1819, contrasted with the amounts

which ought to have been paid him. Payments made in

Amount of salary to 1819,

Jan. 1, 1820, $275 34 $175 34 1820, 1093

1500

407 1166

1500

334 1822, 1185

1500

315 1823, 1311 64

1500

188 36 1824, 1409 18

1500

90 82 1825, 1276 29

1500

233 71 1826, 882

66 * 1827,

1500 1127 29

1500

372 71 1828. 744 93 July 1, 1828, 750

5 07

1821,

16 1821,
16 16 1822,
(6 * 1823,
6 " 1824,
66 * 1825,
" • 1826,

618

1827,

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$10,295 34

$13,025 33

$2730 01

The above report was ordered to be printed in the Journal of the Convention.

On motion by the Rev. B. G. Noble

Resolved, That a committee of five Laymen be appointed on the report of the Treasurer of the Bishop's Fund, with discretionary powers; and that said committee be requested to report to the next Convention such arrangements on the subject, generally, connected with the report of the Treasurer, as they may deem it expedient to make.

Nathan Smith, Wm. Moseley, Charles Sigourney, and Wm. H. Imlay, Esqrs. and Capt. Henry L. Dekoven, were appointed on the above committee.

On motion—The thanks of the Convention were returned to the President and Secretaries for their services.

On motion-Resolved, That this Convention adjourn, sine die, after prayers and benediction from the Bishop. The Convention accordingly adjourned.

T. C. BROWNELL, President.
B, G. NOBLE, Secretary.

APPENDIX

(NO.I.) The Episcopal Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, in

DR. account with Wm. McCrackan, 1827.

uols.cls. June 8. (To cash paid Rev. Mr. Glover, for missionary services,

18.00 do. do. Mr. Kellogg, do. do.

75.00 do. do. Mr. Peck,

do. do.

5000 Aug. 12 do. do. S. Beach,

do. do.

5000 1828. Jan. 12. do. do. W. Shelton,

do. do.

5000 do. do. Postage,

06 Feb. 4. do. do. A. Steele,

do. do.

5000 do. do. D. Somers, do. do. June 2. \Balance due from Wm. McCrackap,

44719

May 16.

2500

$765 25

1000

454 24 25 1296 11/15

CR. 1827.

dols. cts. June 4. By balance due from Wm. McCrackan, including $200 per. manent fund,

331 19 .8 By cash from Epis. Missionary Soc’y, Wilton,

6.25 do. collected at Woodbridge,

100 do. do. Middletown,

8147 do. do. Guilford,

548
do. do. Norwalk,

1160
do. do. Stratford,
do. do. Norwich,
do. from Church Miss'y Soc'y, Waterbury,
do. do. Gent. Aux'y Soc'y, Norwich,
do. do. Ladies' do. do. do.
do. collected at Hartford during the sitting of Convention, 3675
do. from Female Aux'y Soc'y, Hartford,

38 50
do. collected at Middle-Haddam,

2 50 do. do. St. Peter's, Plymouth,

700
do. do. Essex,

5 50
do. do. Pauquetanuck,
do. do. Brooklyn,

3.00
do. do. Sharon,

610
do. do, Bridgeport,
do. from Female Aux'y Soc'y, Bridgeport,
do. collected at Now-London,

9 50
do,
do. Fairfield,

361
do.

Salisbury, do. do, Newtown, do. do. Simsbury,

500

350

1200 2075

do.

450 1337

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Amount carried forward $599.07

599107

5100

150 3900 278

66 29. 66 30.

1827.

Amount brought forward,
June 8. By cash collected at Granby,

do. do. Wolcott,
do. from Aux'y Soc’y, Hartford,

do. collected at Branford,
1828.
Jan. 12. do. interest on permanent fund,
May 26.

do. collected at New Haven,
do. from Y'g Men's Miss'y Soc'y, Norwich, by Bp. Brownell,
do. do. Ladies' Miss'y Soc'y,

do.
do. do. Parish of Brookfield,

do. do. do New-Canaan,

do. do. do. Chatham,

do. June 2. do. do. West-Haven, by Rev. Mr. Potter, do. do. East-Haven, do.

do.

" 31.

do.

1200 5000 1400 1100 9.00 700 990 300 200

$765 25 June 2. By balance in the hands of the Treasurer, including $200 permanent fund,

447 19 Cash from Hartford Aux'y Socy,

7750 do. collected at Hartford,

23 11

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$547180 Received at Convention. June 4. From Derhy,

1150 Humphreysville,

1/25 St. John's, Stamford,

10/67 Stratford,

2067 Trinity Church, Fairfield,

900 Sharon,

500 Wilton,

6 50 Salisbury,

300 St. Peter's, Plymouth,

8 28 St. Peter's, Hebron,

311 Waterbury,

2000 Wallingford,

2.00 Glastepbury,

467 Newtown,

2000 Bridgeport,

15.00 Guilford,

540 North-Guilford,

362 New-London,

12 18 East-Haddam,

400 Cheshire,

200 Norwich, (by Rev. B. G. Noble)

39 65 Collection at Norwalk, during session of Convention,

26 24

$771 64 (NO. II.) Convention Fund in account with Wm. McCrackan,

DR. 1827.

dols.fcts. June 8. To cash paid Rev. Mr. Noble's bill,

3100 July 7.

do. Wm. D. Starr's bill, for printing Journal of
Convention,

4300
1828.
June 2. do. paid for postage,

06 Balance in the hands of the Treasurer,

18|31 7

$6437

CR.
1827.
June 4. By balance due the Fund in the hands of the Treasurer,
$ 8. Cash from Ridgefield,

Middletown,
Trumbull,
Wilton,
Stratford,
New-Haven,
Norwich,
Middle-Haddam,
Killing worth,
Sharon,
East-Haddam,
Salisbury,
Essex,
Newtown,
Meriden,
Chatham,
Hartford,
Waterbury,
Plymouth,
Glastenbury,
Derby,
Humphreysville,

dols. cts
22.99

50
350
150
150
200
600
250
100
100
1100
1.00
100
100
275
100
2 38
500
1150
175
1100
1 25
125

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Received at Conventions
June 4. From Reading, (for 1827,)

Reading, (for 1828,)
Sharon,
Wilton;
Ridgefield,
Salisbury,
Wallingford,
Waterbury,
New-Haven,
New-Preston,
New-London,
Plymouth,
Guilford,
East-Haddam,
Cheshire,
Hebron,
Bridgeport,
New-Milford,
Hartford,
Stratford,
Newtown,
Norwalk,
Essex,
Danbury,(1827,)

do. (1828,)
Fairfield,
Brooklyn and Pomfret,

1125
1 25
1100
150

50
100
100
150
6100
1\25
300
175
1 25
1100.
100
1 25
3.00
250
500
200
275
300
100
1/25
1/25
1/50
1100

OF THE

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH,

IN THE

Diocese of Connecticut.

[Made in Convention, June, 1821-And adopted by more than three-fourths

of the Parishes. ]

Article 1. There shall be a Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in this State, on the first Wednesday of June, in each year, at such place as shall have been determined upon by the Bishop ; and in case of vacancy in the Episcopate, by the Standing Committee.

Art. 2. The Protestant Episcopal Church in Connecticut, as a constituent part of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, accedes to, recognizes and adopts the General Constitution of that Church, and acknowledges its authority accordingly.

Art. 3. Every Convention shall be opened with prayer, and the celebration of the Lord's Supper.-And it shall be the duty of the Bishop, either to deliver a charge, or sermon, or to appoint one of his clergy to preach, at the opening of each Convention : -and in case of a vacancy in the Episcopate, the Standing Committee shall appoint.

Art. 4. The Bishop shall preside in Convention ; but in case of absence, or of vacancy in the Episcopate, the oldest presbyter present shall preside.

Art. 5. The Bishop shall have power to call a special Convention, when he may judge it conducive to the good of the Church ; or when applied to for that purpose, by the Standing Committee, or five presbyters. And in case of vacancy in the Episcopate, the Standing Committee shall have power to call a special Convention.

Art. 6. The Convention shall be composed of both Clergymen and Laymen. Every officiating minister of this Church, regularly appointed to the charge of a congregation, in union with this Convention; ministers employed as Missionaries, under the appointment of the Ecclesiastical Authority ; clerical instructors of youth, in any Seminary of learning in this state, constituted by civit or ecclesiastical authority ; and ministers whom age, or infirmities prevent from exercising their clerical functions ; shall be members of this Con

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