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Budget Containing the Status of Methodism at the Second Ecumenical Conference of Methodism
			
 VIII                             INDEX.
                 

Status of the Colored Baptists in the U. S., 1881, by R. De Baptist........... 108
Status of the Colored Baptists in the U. S. in 1885........................... l09
Periodicals and Papers Edited and Published by Colored Baptists in U.S.... 109-112
American Missionary Association, Churches and Schools, 1891............... 112-114
What has Methodism Done?..................................................115, 116
The Religions of the World, 1880.............................................. 117  
 Relative Growth of Roman Catholic, Greek and Protestant Population........... 117
Growth of Christianity from the first.  18 Centuries.......................... 117
 What the World Believes, by Hager........................................ 117-121
Statistics of Methodism Reputed for the Second  Ecumenical  Conference,
       1891............................................................... 122-134
Statistics of Eastern Section Prepared by Rev. D. J. Wallar................... 135
The Competitors of English Methodism......................................136, 137
Status of Methodist Protestant Church, 1891, by Rev. J. T. Murray............. 138
Status of Methodist Church of Canada, by Rev. Geo. H. Cornish................. 139
Status of Methodist Episcopal Church, South, by Rev. W. P. Harrison.......140, 141
A List of the Colored Clergy of the Protestant Episcopal Church, U. S..... 141-143
The Educational Work of the Protestant Episcopal Church in U. S.. among
      the Colored People, by Rev. Wm. S. Langford......................... 143-147
The Summary of Diocesan Reports of Work Among Colored People, 1891,
      of the Protestant Church............................................148, 149
The Status of the Missions for the Freedmen of the Presbyterian Church,
      1891................................................................ 140-157
Presbyterian Colored Missions and Missionaries, 1891.......................... 158
Comparative Table of Receipts and Expenditures, Assets and Liabilities of
      Publication Department of the A. M. E. Church, 1872-1884............ 159-161
General Statement of the Financial Business of the A. M. E. Church, from
      1872 to 1891............................................................ 162
Receipts of the Missionary Department, 1880 to 1891.......................163, 164
Statement of the Business Transacted by the Sunday School Union from
      1885 to 1891............................................................ 165
Amount of "Children's Day" Money Collected by the Sunday School Union
      of the A. M. E. Church, 1882 to 1891.................................... 165
Report of Secretary of Education, 1884 to 1888, by Rev. W. D. Johnson......... 166
Industrial Department at Wilberforce University, by Mrs. S. C. Scarborough.... 167
Schools under the Auspices of the A. M. E. Church, 1890....................... 169
Comparative Statement of A. M. E. Church Collections for Education,
      1884 to 1889............................................................ 170
The Status of the Educational Work of M. E. Church, 1891, by Dr J. C.
      Hartzell............................................................ 170-174
Summary of Report of the Board of Freedmen's Missions of the  U. P.
      Church, 1891........................................................174, 175
Comparative Growth of Methodist Protestants and M. E. Churches for the
      First Six Decades, Each................................................. 175




			
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