The Reports of the American Unitarian Association, Prepared for the ... Anniversary, Volume 7, Parts 1832-1833 (Google eBook)

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Gray and Bowen, 1832
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Page 80 - Secretary as may require immediate attention, a Treasurer, and three Directors. 6. The Directors, Secretaries, and Treasurer, shall constitute the Executive Committee, who shall meet once in each month, and shall have the direction of the funds and operations of the Association. 7. An annual meeting shall be held at such time and place as the Executive Committee shall deem advisable, of which due notice shall be given, and at which officers shall be chosen, reports be made, and any other business...
Page 3 - The members met for the transaction of business at half past six o'clock, in the Berry-street Vestry, Dr Bancroft, the President, in the chair.
Page 54 - No. 48. Mr Tuckerman's Seventh Semiannual Report of his Service as a Minister at Large in Boston. -------5 No. 49. The Reports of the American Unitarian Association, prepared for the Sixth Anniversary, May 24, 1831. 6 VOL. V. No. 50. A Comparison of the Good and Evil of Revivals. By ES Gannett. ... 4 No. 51. An Answer to the Question, Why are you a Christian ? By John Clarke.
Page 80 - The Directors, Secretaries, and Treasurer shall constitute the Executive Committee, who shall meet once in each month, and shall have the direction of the funds and operations of the Association. 7. An annual meeting shall be held at such time and place as the Executive Committee shall deem advisable, of which due notice shall be given, and at which officers shall be chosen, reports be made, and any other business be transacted, which may come before the Association. 8. The Executive Committee shall...
Page 11 - The whole number of tracts purchased and distributed since its formation is 25,000, the cost of which has been between 8 and 900 dollars. The number of its members is now 150, principally young...
Page 79 - The object of the American Unitarian Association shall be to diffuse the knowledge and promote the interests of pure Christianity...
Page 80 - Any amendment of this Constitution shall be proposed at one annual meeting, and may be accepted at the next anniversary, if two thirds of the members present be in favor of such amendments. 10. There shall also be a Council of the Association, consisting of not less than twenty-five, nor more than...
Page 52 - No. 16. On some corruptions of Scripture. By Joseph Allen. 5 No. 17. On Tests of True Religion. By Orville Dewey.
Page 54 - By nature Children of Wrath,' found in Ephesians ii. 3. By FA Farley. 2 No.
Page 86 - Vote of the Executive committee, passed January 4, 1826, ' Voted, That no society be recognised as auxiliary to this Association, the terms of subscription to which are less than those required in the Constitution of this Association.

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