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

               STATUS OF METHODISM AND CHRISTIANITY.                      173


1880,  Work extended to white people under phrase "and others" in
        Constitution.

1888,  Name  modified  so as to read,  "The  Freedman's Aid  and
        Southern Education Society," and educational work of the
        Church among  both colored and white people in the Southern
        States placed under direction of this Society.

            APPORTIONMENTS, RECEIPTS, AND DISBURSEMENTS.
Annual              Pastoral  Asked of      Conference       Total         Total dis-
Report.   Year.     Charges. Conferences.  Collections     Receipts.       bursements.
  lst    1866-67     6,174   First appor-  Conference    $ 37,139 00    $ 37,139 89
  2d     1867-68     6,895      Annual        were         50,167 00      58,167 20
  3d     1868-69     7,156    made l872.      1872.        92,190 77      93,513 50
  4th    1869-70     7,595    .........     ........       82,617 00      82,719 49
  5th    1870-71     7,871    .........     ........       50,765 43      51,568 43
  6th    1872-73     8,371     $100,000     $12,048        45,024 00      55,134 98
  7th    1873-74     8,934      100,000      44,198        58,978 00      66,995 74
  8th    1874-75     9,248      100,000      33,993        86,304 34      86,562 88
  9th    1875-76     9,240      100,000      34,303        57,312 00      58,204 75
 10th    1876-77     9,297      100,000      51,775        70,269 00      70,442,65
 11th    1877-78*    9,404      100,000      35,088        62,905 00      63,402 00
 12th    1878-79     9,638      100,000      34,554        73,537 00      75,260 76
 13th    1879-80     9,750       75,000      49,106        90,287 00     104,376 25
 14th    1880-81     9,947      125,000      44,258        93,376 00      95,788 27
 15th    1881-82    10,203      125,000      49,716        96,642 00     107,995 68
 16th    1882-83    10,341      125,000      63,672       123,553 00     142,337 14
 17th    1883-84    10,387      150,000      66,462       137,453 00     152,195 26
 18th    1884-85    10,707      150,000      71,396       143,210 00     174,752 53
 19th    1885-86    11,072      168,000      69,497       166,784 83     168,675 09
 20th    1886-87    11,346      212,000      85,930       176,552 43     183,689 96
 21st    1887-88    11,533      231,125      85,427       170,417 00     170,726 88
 22d     1888-89    11,858      230,821      85,702       221,438 00     218,278 88
 23d     1889-90    12,267      231,821     103,653       266,648 00     299,903 14
 25th    1890-91    13,097      235,500     106,651       322,656 44     321,953 94
          Receipts and disbursements 25 years,         $2,776,205 44   2,939,785 29
      * From this time the financial year is made up of twelve months, including fall Conferences
  and the Spring Conferences following.
      + During the first years several of the "annual reports" included more than one year, and
   as a result the number of succeeding reports is one year less than the age of the Society.  To
   correct this discrepancy, the Quarter-Centennial Report is numbered the twenty-fifth instead of
   the twenty-fourth.
      During some of the first years, book clothing, etc., and from Freedmen's Bureau 
   were included in receipts and disbursements.




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


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