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That the delegate from the classis of Montgomery, states that the sum of $50 charged to them, is for minutes received previous to the division of that classis into those of Cayuga and Schoharie, and that the same cannot now be collected from their churches.
Resolved, That this account be discharged.
from the statement of the delegate of the classis of Paramus, that there is an error in the account charged to them, and that they have paid up the same in full.
Resolved, That the arrears charged against them, be discharged.
All which is respectfully submitted.
J. F. SCHERMERHORN, Chairman.
The Door-keeper's bill, amounting to $13 50, was presented and ordered to be paid.
Resumption and Close.
Resolved, That the Stated Clerk publish 1000 copies of the Minutes of this Synod, duly authenticated; and that he distribute among the Classes the number of copies directed by them.
The Minutes were read and approved.
Agreeably to the standing rule of Synod, the roll was called at the close of the session, when it appeared that the following members were absent without permission, viz : Rev. James B. Hardenbergh, Samuel Kissam, Douw Van Olinda, Ransford Wells, and Paul Weidman, and the Elders, John Druye, Henry Loucks, John Mildeberger, Peter Sharpe, Abraham Van Nest, Cornelius Van Olinda and Garrit P. Wyckoff.
Synod adjourned to meet in the city of New York, on the first Wednesday in June, 1832, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
213 303 394
measures to supply their pulpits, during their absence 38
President of Synod authorised to make out their com-
his salary how to
298 386 y
the satisfaction of
measures for the
378 386 7
ary -- to have no further concern in raising money
Agent General of the Church, the necessity of the continued labors of
377 78 Agency, Board of, in the Synod of Albany—see Board of Agency American Bible Society, a commission from the Managers of, appear before Synod,
210 report of a Committee on their resolution to supply the United States with Bibles,
210 Home Missionary Society, annual reports of, received,
74 Seamen's Friend Society, report of a committee on certain communications from,
211 Sunday School Union, communication from, relative to establishing schools in the Valley of Mississippi,
report of a committeil thereon,
302 Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions copies of the 21st annual report of, received,
390 Temperance Society, Agent of, appears before Synod,
72 resolutions of Synod, concerning,
73 constirution of, approved, '
261 Annual reports of the Missionary Society, not to be published until approved by Synod,
received, 74 133 204 292 378 Appropriations to Beneficiaries, request from the Board of Education, that they be fixed at $100 per annum,
subject referred to next Synod,
288 Appeal of the Classis of New York, from the decision of the Particular Synod of New York. relative to the division of said Classis, tried, 54 58
a remonstrance against the reasons of the above appeal, presented,
58 of Rev. Ava Neal, from the decision of the Particular Synod of N. York, noticed,
271 consideration of, postponed agreeably to his request,
365 of the Classis of Long Island, from the decision of the Particular Synod of New York, relative to the church of Bushwick,
tried and sustained, 276 Ardent Spirits, principle of total abstinence from, approved and urged on the churches,
132 Articles of Correspondence with the General Assembly, an amendment to, proposed,
adopted 255 Articles Explanatory and Appendix, committee appointed to revise and amend them,
365 366 Associate Reformed church, overture of correspondence with the General Synod of,
37 178 256 stated clerk ordered to furnish them with a copy, of the above,
178 Letters from the stated clerk of, relative to said correspondence,
255 345 state of the correspondence with,
347 Synod of Scotland, and the North of Ireland, a correspondence with, recommended to be opened,
256 Arrearages of Classes for printed minutes,
Stated Clerk directed to take measures to collect them,