The act of incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society

in the town of Providence, in the state of Rhode Island, &c. : together with the bylaws and rules of said society : to which is prefixed, a short account of the First Congregational Society in said town, under the pastoral care of the Rev. Dr. Hitchcock
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Printed by John Carter , Providence [R.I.]
Benevolent Congregational Society (Providence,
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 1863, Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 66242
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination19 p
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Open LibraryOL16887408M

Act of Incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society, In the Town of Providence, in the Colony of Rhode-Island, &c. Together with The Rules of said Society. Providence: Printed by John Carter, 12mo, original paper wrappers, sewn as issued; pp.

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Rowland. The act of incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society: in the town of Providence, in the state of Rhode Island, &c.: together with the bylaws and rules of said society: to which is prefixed, a short account of the First Congregational Society in said.

The Act of Incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society. Providence, Scarce first edition of the act incorporating and the rules governing the Benevolent Congregational Society of Providence, Rhode Island, in original paper wrappers. Title: The ACT Of INCORPORATION, Regulations, and Members of the Massachusetts Congregational Charitable Society; with a Brief Sketch of Its Origin, Progress, and Purposes Publication: Boston: John Eliot, 5, Court-Street, Edition: 1st printing (American Imprint )Seller Rating: % positive.

VIII. Whereas, the members of the Benevolent Society of the Second Independent or Congregational Church in the city of Charleston, have, by their petition to the Legislature, represented, that they have had an Act of incorporation granted to them, by the name of "The Benevolent Society of the Second Independent Presbyterian Church in the City.

Introductory -- Influence of Rev. Samuel Worcester in Founding Church -- Separation of first and second parishes -- Act of Incorporation -- List of members of parish in -- Laying foundations -- Rev.

Alfred Emerson on date of organization -- First meeting house -- Return to first parish -- Sketch of Rev. Asa Thurston -- Second organization in -- Settlement of Rev. R.A. Putnam. The book itself consists of several groups of pages bound at a later date.

Society records, This volume contains the financial records of the parish society, including meeting minutes, pew taxes, and a copy of the Act of Incorporation put in place following official disestablishment by the Massachusetts General Court.

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2(1) Any benevolent society incorporated under An Ordinance respecting Benevolent and other Societies, CONWT c66, or under The Benevolent Societies Act, RSA c, and also any corporation incorporated under The Mechanics’ and Literary Institutes Act, SA c16 and RSA c, are deemed to be a The act of incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society book incorporated under this Act.

Introduction. The records were apparently deposited ca. by the Division of Christian Education of the Board of the Homeland Ministries of the United Church of Christ, formerly the Congregational Board of Homeland Missions. Prior to processing inthe Congregational Education Society records were stored in non-permanent manuscript boxes; much of the correspondence had been.

Purposes for incorporation of society. 3 (1) A society may be incorporated under this Act to promote any benevolent, philanthropic, patriotic, religious, charitable, artistic, literary, educational, social, professional, recreational or sporting or any other useful object, but not for the purpose of carrying on any trade, industry or business.

Act of Incorporation Minutes of Annual Meeting at Westbrook Constitution General Conference of the Congregational Churches in Maine Full view - Page - Society for the faithful discharge of his trust before he enters upon the duties of his office.

The Trustees shall meet at the time and place of. An account of the settlement of the town of Bristol, in the state of Rhode-Island [electronic resource]: and of the Congregational Church therein, with the succession of pastors, from its origin to the present time; together with the act of incorporation of the Catholic Congregational Society and the rules established in said society Printed.

Columbus was incorporated as a town by special act of the Territorial Legislature, approved Febru It was incorporated as a city of the second class under the laws of the State, Aug The legality of the incorporation was questioned, however. and, in. the Society and the Societies Act must be adhered to.

The Societies Act provides that any Society which contravenes the Act is guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $ The Act also provides that the property of a Society cannot be distributed to its members during the legal existence of the Society.

the procedur. A Missouri benevolent corporation is a corporation formed under Chapter of Missouri’s Revised Statutes.

Benevolent Corporations are also referred to as “Pro Forma” corporations. Missouri has another kind of nonprofit corporation, addressed in Chapter Chapter is called the “Nonprofit Corporation Law.”.

The act of incorporation of the Benevolent Congregational Society, in the town of Providence, in the state of Rhode Island, &c. together with the by-laws and rules of said society: to which is prefixed, a short account of the First Congregational Society in said.

Pamphlets, circulars, legal documents, and leaflets documenting various aspects of life and thought in Ithaca, New York. Included are lectures and speeches by Cornell University faculty; reports of or to Ithaca city officials and departments such as the Fire Department; pamphlets on the history, principles, and services of local churches, including the First Congregational Church, First.

A religious society may, in the name of trustees subject to this Act, hold (a) land not exceeding acres to be used for the site of a church, chapel, meeting house, residence of a minister, or for the support of public worship and the propagation of Christian knowledge or for other like religious or congregational purposes.

A Congregational Meeting, being a meeting of the members of the Society held in accordance with sections to of the Book of Forms, and also referred to as a meeting of the congregation, shall be held at some date not later than eighteen (18) months after the incorporation of the Society and subsequently at least once in each calendar year.

An Act to incorporate certain persons by the name of the Benevolent Congregational Society, in the town of Providence, in this colony.

Whereas divers persons have petitioned this Assembly, for an act of incorporation, whereby they may be enabled to promote certain purposes set forth in their petition, and hereinafter mentioned; Incorporation Incorporation of society. Branches Societies having branches. contained specified in the authority for registering that society.

Benevolent societies. Working men’s clubs. Specially authorised societies. Limitation as regards of this Act, if the society has not any withdrawable share capital. Logical arguments against slavery and the slave trade. Edwards advocates abolition of both in the U.S.

and abroad.

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Appendix contains further agruments about manumission and alleged problem with it, especially in the South. Edwards was a Congregational minister and president of Union College in Schenectady, N.Y.

Amendments to Act of Incorporation. First Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 8/ 24/ 2. Central Congregational Church. 11/23/ 2. Winans Chapel Home Mission Benevolent Society. 12/4/ 2. Young Men's Mutual Protective Benevolent Association. 12/6/ 2. Lafon Old Folks Home of the.

The 50th anniversary of the organization of the First Congregational Church, of Jamestown, N.Y. -- 5. Manual of the First Congregational Church in Middletown, Orange Co., N.Y.

-- 6. Reception of the Oneida Volunteers at the City of New York, June, -- 7. Manual of the Congregational Church and Society in Owego, Tioga County, New York -- 8. The Congregational Society An early movement was made for the formation of a religious society, that might, in connection with the church, make provision for the support of gospel institntions.

A petition for an act of incorporation was presented to the Legislature at the fall session in A Ladies' Benevolent Society was organized by Mrs. Amory Maynard in Octobereven before the church itself.

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This group helped in furnishing the meeting house, with carpets, pew cushions, pulpit, and pulpit furniture. Later they assisted in raising money for the first organ installed; and they helped in purchasing the pews that are in use.

It made repeated appeals to Congregational conventions in Massachusetts and Connecticut for financial support. Pew rents were first instituted inand in the Benevolent Congregational Society was incorporated “for the purpose of raising a fund by free and voluntary subscriptions for the support of public worship” in the church.

Whereas Full Gospel Bible Institute was duly incorporated under The Benevolent Societies Act of the Province of Saskatchewan, on the twenty-second day of October, A.D. ; and Whereas it is required that incorporation be by Private Bill as a religious society; and Whereas Glen Stanley McLean of Eston, Saskatchewan, Minister, Warden S.

The constitutional and additional rules of the South-Carolina Society, established at Charlestown in the said province, Sept.

1, Incorporated by an act of the General Assembly of the said province, passed the 17th day of May, ; which was finally ratified and confirmed by our most gracious sovereign, in council, on the 20th day of December.

Act of Incorporation, Constitution of the Society and Lists of Members, History of Saint Andrew’s Society/The Albany Burns Club The St. Andrew’s Society of the City of Albany first formed in under the name of the “United Irish and Scotch Benevolent Society.” In .The book basically covers the history of corporations, discusses what their reason for existence is, and talks about their behavior in society, leading up to the current situation.

Since it's a short book written in a popular style, it's more of a summary of all these topics than a detailed academic thesis.Massachusetts Historical Society: A short account of the Massachusetts historical society, originally prepared by Charles Card Smith, together with the act of incorporation, additional acts and by-laws and a list of officers and members.

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