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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
VI                                      INDEX


The First Negro Bishop for Africa........................................... 15
William Taylor, White African  Bishop....................................... 15
The number by all  Churches and the number ordained  by the African  Church. 15
The Veterans of Christianity in Review...................................... 16
What Methodism has done for the Negro in the past and what it will do for
      him in the Future..................................................... 16
The Field--its Area and Population.......................................... 17
The Population of the Darker Races of the  Western Section of Methodism..... 18
John Charlston, The First Convert in an American Sunday School.............. 19 
Dr. Jno. Atkinson's account of him in his Centennial History of Methodism... 20
Rev. Stith Mead obtained his freedom........................................ 20
Bishop Asbury's account of Sunday Schools among the Negro................... 22
Benjamin Rush, Richard Allen and Others, Friends to Sunday Schools.......... 22
Isabella Graham and Mr. Bethune were the first unpaid S. S. Teachers........ 23
Statistics of M. E. Church from 1773 to 1890............................ 24, 26
Grand Summary of Methodism in 1874 in the United States..................... 27
The Comparative Table of Methodism and the Population of the U. S
     from 1800 to 1890...................................................... 28
The Membership of the M. E. Church, South, from  1845 to  1890.............. 29
Religious  Statistics of the British  Dominion in North America from  1851
     to 1871................................................................ 30
Status of Methodism in New Foundland, Trinidad, Faulkland, British Gui-
     ana, Bahamas, Jamaica and Leeward Islands.......................... 31, 32
The Methodist Church in Canada,  1890....................................... 33
British Methodism in 1890................................................... 34
The Methodist Church in Canada, 1891.................................... 35, 36
The Status of Ecumenical Methodism in 1881 at London by Dan'l  Dorchester... 37
General  Summary  of Methodism.............................................. 38
Methodist New  York  1891................................................... 39
The Report at the Ecumenical Conference by Dr. A.  Edwards, 1881........ 40, 41
General Summary of Methodism, by Methodist Year Book, 1882.............. 42, 43
General Summary of Methodism, by Year Book, 1886........................ 44, 45
General Summary of Methodism, by Year Book, 1887........................ 46, 47
The Numerical Status in U. S., 1890......................................... 48
The Number of Methodist Churches and Valuation, 1890.................... 48, 49
The Number of Sunday Schools and Teachers, 1890............................. 49
M. E. Church, South, Receipts for one year.................................. 49
Increase of Communicants by Periods, from 1800 to 1890...................... 50
Benevolent Contribution..................................................... 50
The Number of Ministers and Churches in United States. 1775................. 51
The Members in 1800 and in 1850......................................... 52, 53
The Total Churches, Ministers and Members in 1870 in  U.S............... 54, 55
The Total Churches, Members and Ministers in U.S., in 1850.............. 56, 57
Names of all Denominations in U. S., in 1890............................ 57 -59
                                                         




			
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