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These, together with the number
before published, namely, 88,000 Make the total number of Tracts
published by the Association.... 104 500
Finding that the expense of republication would be considerably lessened by stereotyp. ing the Tracts, the Committee have procured plates of Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 24, and 25. Nos. 1, 8, and 9, had been previously stereotyped. From these plates, small editions may, from time to time, be printed, without the expense of setting types.
The Committee have received, during the past year, annual dues and donations to the amount of $216 50 cents; and have expended $196 76 cents. The Treasurer's accounts have been examined, and found
correct. There remains, in his hands, a balance of $63 95 cents. But there will be required, for the completion of work now in hand, about 94 dollars.
In the selection of Tracts, the Committee have endeavoured to fix upon such as have a direct bearing upon the conduct of life, and are calculated to be practically useful And the general approbation with which the Tracts have been received, while it affords satisfaction and encouragement to the Committee, confirms their judgement in relation to the tendency of such writings, and the utility of circulating thom
There are now remaining, in the hands of the Depository, Mahlon Day, at No. 372, Pearl-street, of
No. 1. 500 No. 11. 50
500 No. 12. 100 No. 9.
500 No. 13. 140 No. 10.
100 No. 20. 200 There are also about 100 copies of the bound volume containing the first twentythree numbers. New-York, 4th Mo. 19th, 1823.
Committee of Management.
Adam Mott, Samuel Wood, Richard Mott, Joshua Underhill, William F. Mott, Benjamin Corlies, Wager Hull, John R. Willis, Isaac Collins, David S. Brown,
Lindley Murray, Joseph F. Carroll, Goold Brown, Mahlon Day, Solomon Griffin, Samuel Falconer, Charles Lawton, Willet Secor, John Hancock.
William R. THURSTON, Treasurer,