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Title: A history of the very first Presbyterian Church, Frankfort, Kentucky, with the churches in Franklin County, regarding the the Presbyterian Church in the us of America
12 Months: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Averill, William H
Topics: First Presbyterian Church (Frankfort, Ky.)
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as 3,229 passages, an averageof sixty-two. The menu of instructors had changed some-what, listed here becoming those who work in fee of classes atthe end of this college 12 months, October, 1823 : Mrs. Brown,Mrs. Enjoy, Mrs. R. Bibb, Miss Bibb, Skip Todd andMiss Sproule. Within the expenditures the best amountwent toward printer; the next heaviest outlay had been for incentive books and cards, that have been procured inPhiladelphia, usually because of the courtesy of the Frankfortmerchants v.dien they moved East after products in springand autumn. Tracts were occasionally distributed from theEast as a present from friends, therefore the just cost tothe college ended up being the postage. A product that frequentlyoccurred had been report for covering the publications, catechisms,tracts, as well as other reading matter, showing the treatment usedin keeping these precious assists. The strictest econ-omy was utilized in the expenditures, and an accurateaccount kept, towards the fraction of a cent. The followingmemoranfium does occur at the start of the treasurersreport: HX m DO O C/3 o
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SABBATH-SCHOOLS. 207 l»hoiigh the records are all held in specie, someof the receipts come in commonwealth. These, but,are credited as speeie, in accordance with the present rate ofexchange at that time, one-dollar commonwealth toseventy-five cents specie. While publishing and literature emerged high, laborappears having already been held on a minimal scale of. wages,judging through the quantity paid the janitor, Miles, forattendance. PVjr making iires and sweeping, twoyears, 1819-1820, seventy-live dollars. This guy Milesappears having been a faithful and dedicated servant ofthe college. His name does occur on a regular basis into the reportsas janitor before year 1837, along with his earnings wereadvanced from time to time, once the s(;hool grew, untilhe had been compensated just as much as two dollars annually. The year 1826 ended up being a notable one in a brief history ofthe school. On September 3d it assembled in the newchurch, which had simply already been registered bv the conc^ret^a-tion. The school ended up being reorganized and an unique servicewas held, comprising reading, si
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