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The American Unitarian Association celebrated its tenth anniversary on the evening of Tuesday, May 26, 1835. The members met for the transaction of business at half past six o'clock, in the Berry-street Vestry, Rev. Dr. Bancroft, the President, in the chair.
The records of the last annual meeting were read. The Treasurer presented the following Statement of Receipts and Expenditures, which was accepted.
Boston, May 26, 1835.
To the Executive Committee of the
Gentlemen, — My account as Treasurer of the Association is herewith submitted, with a statement of the Receipts and Expenditures for the past year. The balance in the treasury is $1176,05.
I also submit a separate account as Treasurer of the fund for the General Agency of the American Unitarian Association, by which you will perceive that for all the subscriptions to that fund, only $9578,69 has been collected. There has been paid to the Agent, and for incidental expenses, $1689,14, which leaves a balance on hand of $7889,95; to which must be added $553,37 for interest on the money, making $8442,92 subject to your direction. I am, Gentlemen, Respectfully yours,
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE AMERICAN UNITARIAN AssocIATION, FROM
May 28, 1834, to May 26, 1835.