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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CONFERENCE.

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Churches.

Ministers.
Ch. Mem's June 1, 1870. Admissions. Removals. Baptims

Char.
Place and Name. Organized. Names. Ordained. Installed. Males Fem. Tot. Abs Prf. Let Tot Di. Dis. Ex. Tot Ad.Inf.

Coll.
Amherst,
Sept. 22, 1741 J. G. Davis, D. D. May 22, 1844 May 22, '44

160 214 20 3 4 7

6 0 9 1 1 175 $1062.76 Antrim, Pres., 1788 W. R. Cochrane, Mar. 18, '69 Mar. 18, '69 42 98 140 9 9 4 13

0

4200 108.87 Bedford, Pres., 1750 Ira C. Tyson, Oct. 7, 1862 May 6, 1869 62 138 200 41 9

16

8 6

275 267.18
Bennington, July 10, 1839 James Holmes, June 22, '42 S. S.Nov.19 15 34 49 13 0

0

3

30 105.74 Brookline, Dec. 10, 1795 F. D. Sargent, Oct. 20, 1869

1869 24 39 63 15
6 6

125 5.20
Deering,
Dec. 24, 1769 Morris Holman, Jan. 16, 15/S. S.

32 40 4
4

17.07
Francestown, March 8, 1773 A. Richards, D.D. Nov. 7, 1827 S. S.

1866 100 184 284 50

2 8

2

381 770.79 Gottstown, Dec. 29, 1801 S. L. Gerould, Oct. 2, 1861 Feb. 4, 1869 33 100) 133 15

3

13

0 230 216.67 Greenfield,

May 28, 1867 S. H. Partridge, May 10, '53 S. S. 1869 33 70 103 12

20 23

10

0 120 64 40 Hancock, Aug. 28, 1768 A. Bigelow, Mar. 12, 1828 May 15, '50 45 90 135

0 1 1

9
3

257.26
Hillsboro' Bridge, April 26, 1839 J. Cummings, Nov. 15,1843 S. S.

23 59 82 12

0

0 100 00.00
Hillsboro' Center, Oct. 12, 1769 John Adams, June, 1841 S. S. 1861 15

25
40
. 0

551 16.00
Hollis,
1743 James Laird, Mar. 16,1866 May 25, 1870 85 146 231 28

2 3

15

2

2201 504.00
Hudson,

Sept. 9, 1841
Vacant.

17 42 59 12

0

0

0 00 00.00 Litchfield, Pres., July 3, 1844 L. H. Angier,

1840 S. S. 1869 2 8 10 2

0
0

0

00.00
Lyndeborough, Dec. 5, 1757 E. B. Claggett, Sept. 30, '46 Sept. 30,1846 37

97 25
1
0

0 160 130.00
Manchester, First, May 28, 1828 C.W. Wallace,D.D.Jan. 8, 1810 Jan, 8, 1810 140 364 604 95 7 13 20

13
17 3 5

553

1937.16
Franklin st., June 27, 1814 W. J. Tucker, Jan. 24, '67 Jan. 24, 1867 69 184 253

14 23 37

7

3

560 2171.31
Mason, First, Nov. 13, 1772 Daniel Goodwin, Feb. 27,1839 Apr. 18, 1860 32

88 17

0 0 3

0 108 66.97 Mason Village, June 3, 1847 Geo. F. Merriam, Mar. 9, 1865 Mar. 9, 1865 35 75 110 10 0 0 0

4

2 1121 59.01 Merrimack, First, Sept. 5, 1771 C. L. Hubbard, Sept. 2, 1868 Sept. 2, 1868 51 109 160 34

1 1

1 1.17 190.75 South, Oct. 21, 1829 Vacant.

10 25 35 00

0 00 00.00 Milford, Nov. 19, 1788 Geo. E. Freeman, Oct. 5, 1858 Dec. 23, '68 71 177 248 15

5

0 4151 974.40 Mont-Vernon, 1780 S. H. Keeler, D.D. Oct., 1829 S. S.

1868 48 122 170 38

4 6 10

3 170 178.00 Nashua, First, 1685 Fred'k Alvord, July 21,1858 July 6, 1869 95 323 418 94 6 16 22

3

8 4 3220 1316.00 Olive st., Dec. 31, 1831 James S. Black, Mar. 31, 70 Mar. 31, '70 66 176 242 71 0 1 1

5 12

0 211 766.39 Pearl st., Sept. 3, 1816 Wm. L. Gaylord, Sept. 14, ’60 Dec. 31, '67 52 141 193 28

6 6

16 0 21 0 6 270 765.05 New-Boston, Pres.,

1768 D. C. Frink, 1862 Dec. 12, '66 51 124 175 13 13 2 15

0

1 3 0230 175.00 New-Ipswich, Oct. 21, 1760 Vacant.

69 133 202

3 4

15
19

0 120 200.00
Pelham,
Nov. 13, 1751 Augustus Berry, Oct. 30, 1861 Oct. 30, 1861 26 55 81 8 3 1 4

0
1 3 0

155

282.05
Peterborough, April 21, 1858 Geo. Dustan, Oct. 19, 1859 Oct. 19, 1859 46 99 145 17 2 4 6

1

1 1 0 240 138.52
Temple,
Oct. 2, 1771 R. Parkinson, Oct. 18, 1848 Jan. 13, 1870 47 81

128
27 1 6 7 4 4 0 8

1 174 306.96
Wilton, East, May 16, 1825 D. E. Adams, Dec. 5, 1860 Dec. 5, 1860 40 85 125 10 3 4

1 0 1 4 0 155 150.14

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5157 875

93 136 229

84 111

3 199

44

46 6241 $13.193.65

29 Congregational, 4 Presbyterian Churches. 22 Pastors; 8 Stated Supply; 3 Vacant. (See under Coos Conference, for ministers without charge.)

5.

MERRIMACK COUNTY CONFEREXCE.

Churches.

Ministers.

Ch.Mem'sJune 1,1870. Admissions. Removals. Bapt'ms
Installed. Males Fem. Total. Abs Prs. Let. Tot. Di. Dis.Ex.Tot. Ad. 1nf.

Sab.

Char.
Coll.

Place and Name.

Organized.

Name.

Ordained.

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Andover,
June 25, 1841 Howard Moody, Nov.22.1843 S. S.

1869
Boscawen,

Oct. 8, 1740 C. Curtice, Oct. 5, 1843 S. S. 1870
Bradford,

Nov. 2, 1803 None.
Canterbury,

1760 James Doldt. Dec. 26,1843 S. S. 1869
Chichester,

1791 M. Gould, Oct. 8, 1854 S. S. 1864 Concord, East, Mar. 30, 1812 George Smith, Aug. 9, 18:3 S. S.

1869 Concord, First,

1730 F. D. Ayer, May 1, 1861 Sept.13,1867
Concord, South,

1837 S. L. Blake, Dec. 7, 1864 Jan. 27, 1869
Concord, West, April 22, 18:33 H. B. Putnam, Oct. 28, 1865 Oct. 28, 1868
Dunbarton,

June 18, 1789 G. I, Baird, Oct. 17. 1860 Nov.21,1866
Epsom,

1761 Charles Peabody. Dec. 10 1841 S. S. 1869
Fisberville,

Nov. 6, 1850 Wm. R. Jewett, Jan. 18, 1837 Sept.16,1863
Franklin,

Jan. 11, 1822 Wm. T. Savage, Oct. 3, 1838 Sept. 4, 1849
Henniker,

June 7, 1769 S. S. Morrill, May 12, 1857 S. S. 1869
Hill,

1815 None.
Hooksett,

1828 A. Burnham, Sept.30,1857 S. S. 1865 Hopkinton,

Nov. 23, 1757 J. K. Young, Sept. 24,1829 S. S. 1867
Loudon,
1789 B, N. Stone,

IS, S. 1870
Northfield and Tilton

18:22 T, C. Pratt, June 21,1859 S. S. 1870
Pembroke,

1737 None.
Pittsfield,

Nov. 17, 1789 None.
Salisbury,

Nov. 20, 1773 J. B. Cook, Dec. 18,1850 Jan. 13, 1869
Warner,

Feb. 5,

1772 H. S. Huntington Jan. 31,1864 Jan. 31, 1866
Webster,

Sept. 10, 1804 Edward Buxton, Apr. 10,1836 Dec. 13,1837
Wilmot,
Jan. 1, 1829 C. B. Tracy,

Feb. 1830 S. S.

1868

2
2

73

28 7
121 29
52 !0
76 16
79 25
81 26
237 28
28914
151 24
109 8

61 4
116 23
130
115 12
18
46 15
183 41

56 17
157
126 26
128 34

20
111 15
131 17
48 10

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75. 00.00

0 00.00
125 00.00
69 60.00

40.00
220 1282.00
381 1637.70
125 140.00
165

241.62
50 99.00

300.00
175 350.00
240

495.68
0 00.00
45 12.56
148 258.30
70

00.00
140 135.85
- 150 117.00
100 100.00

58.33
175

205.00
150 175.75
68 52.35

0

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1877

2732 510 67 50 117

53

54

3 110

33

25 3136 5791.14

Churches, 25; Pastors, 9; Stated Supplies, 12; Vacant. 4.

MINISTERS WITHOUT CHARGE. N. Buton, D.D., Concord, ordained March 23, 1825-Provincial Historian of N. H.; A. W. Fiske, Fisherville, ordained
May 22, 1828 ; Henry A. Kendall, East Concord, ordained Oct. 21, 1810; B. P. Stone, D. D., Concord, ordained May 26, 1831--Treasurer of N. H. Missionary
Society and N. H. Bible Society; Samuel Utley, Concord, ordained Oct. 3, 1827; leaac Willey, Pembroke, ordained January 18, 1826–Secretary of N. I.
Bible Society; Licentiate, Charles A. G. Thurston, Bradford.

11. B. PUTNAM, Statistical Secretary.

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6. ROCKINGHAM CONFERENCE. Churches.

Ministers.

Ch. Mems. June 1,1870. Admissions. Removals. Bapt'm Char.
Place and Name. Organized. Name. Ordained. Installed. Males Fem. Total. Ab. Prf. Let Tot Di. Dis Ex. Tot Ad. Inf.

Coll.
Atkinson,
Nov. 25, 1772 Vacant,

21 45 66 18 0 0 0 1
Auburn,

0 1 0 0

93 $171.29 Jan. 1, 1813 Josiah L. Arms, June 25, '46 s. S. 1869

24 45 69 9 4 0

0 0 0 0 Brentwood,

0 1 105

89 03
Jan. 7, 1756 Vacant.

13 42 55 8

0

0
Candia,

1 0 0 68 00.00
1770 Lauren Armsby, May 27, '46 S. S. 1866

110 184 29

10 0 Chester,

0

241.74
Oct. 20, 1731 Vacant.

193
76 124 200 44 2 0

4 0
Deerfield,

0

330.16
Jan.

131
1766 Jacob Chapman, June, 1845 May 30, '66 86 72 108 7 28 432

0 2 21 0 1401 473.12
1719 Vacant.
Derry,

50 140 190

0 0

0 0 Derry, 1st Cong'i,

1 2601 250.00 Aug. 3, 1837 Vacant.

25 91 116 25

4 6 3 0

2 1 Dec.

881.75
Epping,

75
1747 J. H. Stearns, Nov. 6, 1844 S. S. 1857 13 87 50 2

0 2
Exeter, 1st,

0 0 115 145.43 1638 Re. 1698 Vacant.

42 104 146 46

0 4

0 0
Exeter, 2d,

110

478.70
1813 J. W. Chickering, Sept. 19, '60 Sept. 6, '65 31 85 116 87

3 4 1

1
Greenland,

862.00
July,

4
1706 Edward Robie,

159
Feb. 25, '52 Feb. 25, '52 9 51 60 8

6 9 1

3
Hampstead,

0 71 216.32
June 3, 1752 Vacant,

20 77 97 8

0 0 0

0 0 0 131

118.52
Hampton,
1638 James McLean, Sept. 1859 S. S. 1869 74 146 220 25

0 25 3

0 5 12 2 179 218.44 Oct. 8, Kensington, 1859 E. D. Eldridge, April 4, 1833 June 30, 264 13 41 54 8

6 1

0

1 0
Kingston,

80 30.00
Sept. 25, 1725 Solomon Bixby, June 30, '58 S. S. 1868 8 38 46 8

0 0 0
0 0 0 0 881

91.55
Londonderry, Pres.,
1735 William House, Oct. 7, 1857 Oct. 7, 1857 55 127

182 23
1 2 8

0 14 1 5 Newcastle,

207 238.39 1671 Lucius Alden, 1825 S. S. 1846 9 35 44 4

0 6 1 0 0 1 6 Newington,

1 212 15.00 Oct. 26, 1715 Franklin Davis, Oct. 6, 1847 S. S. 1864 3 13. 16 1

10 14 0 0 0

2 0
Newmarket,

60 31.00
May 7, 1828 Isaac C. White, Oct. 23, '50 S. S. '65 16 42 58 15

0 0 1 2 0 3 0 North-Hampton,

1 141 84.16 Oct. 31. 1739 T. V. Haines, Feb. 1, 1861 April 27, '70 53 92 145 26

0 6 0 0

0 Northwood,

0 185 157.18 Nov. 29, 1798 E. C. Cogswell, Nov. 3, 1842 S. S. '65 38 70 108 14

5 2 1 0 3 Nottingham,

3

00.00
1840 Vacant.

3 127)
3 5 1

0 0 0

0 0 0 Plaistow,

0 00 00.00 Nov. 4. 1730 Calvin Terry, Dec., 1846 s. s. 1869 23 56 79 17

0 0 1

0 2 0 0 100
Portsmouth,

500.00
July 11, 1671 George M. Adams Sept. 18, '51 June 3, 63 106 294 400 76 35 4

5 9

14 17
Raymond,

8 392 1430.66
1791 Vacant.

57 99 156 18 1 1 3

0 4 Rye,

0 137) 42.25 Nov. 3, 1736 Giles Leach, Feb. 6, 1833 s. s. 1867

18 50 68

0 0 2

0 Salem,

2 0 0 72 63 00 Jan. 17, 1789 M. A, Gates, Sept. 2, 1858 S. S. 1870 17

76

8 13 Seabrook & H. Falls,

3 1 100

15.00
1836 D. W. C. Durgin,

S. S. 1870 12

36 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 South Seabrook,

0 98 52.00 July 9, 1867 Wm. A. Rand, Licentiate,

12 16 28 0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1261 00.00 South Newmarket, 1730 Joseph Bartlett, Oct. 1847 S. S. 1869 3 14 17 2

0 0
0

0 0
Stratham,

461 40.00
1746 A. B. Peabody, May 29, '60 Nov. 25, '69 14 34 48 9 1 6 7 3 0 0
Windham,

3 0 0 111 305.13
1742 J. Lanman, June, 1868 June, 1868 44 109

153
20

1 1 2 1 0 3 0 3 130 172.00

1011 | 2385 3396 1578 123 51 174 65 44 0 109 72 / 31 4242 $7193.82
Churches, 33. Pastors, 9. Stated Supplies, 15. Vacant 9.
Garland, Hampton, ordained 1847; Charles Dame, Exeter, ordained May 29, 1889.
MINISTERS WITHOUT CHARGE. Thomas Jameson, Greenland, ordained July, 1825; George W. Thompson, Stratham, ordained April 29, 1840; Joseph

EDWARD ROBIE, Statistical Secretary.

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Churches.

7. STRAFFORD CONFERENCE.
Ministers.
Ch.Mems. June, 1,1870. Admissions. Removals.

Bapt’ms
Ordained. Installed. Males Fem. Tot. Abs Prf. Let. Tot. Di. Dis. Ex. Tot. Ad. Inf.

Sab. School.

Char.
Coll.

Place and Name.

Organized.

Name.

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Alten,
Nov. 7, 1827 Vacant.

6 21 27 12

3 0

0 36 $19.25 Barrington, June 18, 1755 Ezra Haskell,

S.S.Aug. '09 33

0

0 140 15.00 Barnstead, July 23, 1904 Vacant,

0

0

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Barnstead Parade,

July 9,
1867 W.0, ('arr, Feb. 13,1861S. S. 1867 16

4

0

0 110 38.00 Center-Harbor, May 9, 1837 J. II. Bliss, Nov. 25, '69 S.S.Nov. '69 38

60 14

0 1

0 100 100.00 Conway, Aug. 18, 17781 Vacant.

21 82 13 2 1 3 4

3 00 Dover, First Church, Jan. 7, 1639 Geo. B. Spalding, 1861 Sept. 1, 1869 66

292

25
0

3 230 512.05
Dover, Belknap, Sept. 3, 1856 C. C. Watson, July 11, 1867 July 11, '67 19 60 79 16

3

92.55
Durham,
Mar. 26, 1718 Alvan Tobey, Nov. 20, '33 Xov. 20, '33 25 67 92 12

8
3 0 4

6 120 314 50 Eflingham, May 17, 1836 Vacant.

5 16 21 8

2
0

5.00
Gilmauton Center, Mar. 8, 1826 Joseph Blake, Mar. 3, 1841 June 13, '60 37 71 108 24

3
3
5

0 86 103 80
Gilmanton, I. Works, Oct. 12, 1830 Jeremiah Blake, Nov. 1, 1838 S. S. 1865 14 36

12

2

0 30 15 00 Gilmanton, East, Nov. 30, 1774 Vacant.

6 9 15 9

0 0

0 ON 00.00 Laconia, June 28, 1824 H. M. Stone, Nov. 2, 1848 Feb. 12, '68 49

187 48 18

3

8 12 3 160 277.16
Lee,
Dec, 2, 1807 Vacant.

4
31 1 18

1 13 0 125 00.00 Meredith, Feb. 20, 1815 Cha's Burnham, Nov. 8, 1841 Jan. 8, 1857 18

63 8
6

75 128 60
Milton,
Sept. 8, 1815 Frank Haley, Oct. 7, 1863 S. S. 1869

25
84 0
6

2

0 75 10.00 Moultonborough, Mar. 12, 1777 Vacant.

9 26 7

1

0 00 00.00
Ossipee Center, Sept. 26, 1806 D. S. Hibbard,
1860'S. S. 1868 15 32 47 18

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Rochester,
1737 A. F. Marah, Oct. 31, 1867 Oct. 31, 1867 40 111 151 16 30

33

6

10 175 148.87
Rollinsford, S. Falls, May 1, 1841 Selah Merrill,
S. S. 1870 16 67 83 49 0 0

00 00
Sanbornton,
Nov. 13, 1771 M. T. Runels, Aug. 13, '56 June 11, '68 42 87 129 15

6

123 244 28 Sandwich,

1814 Vacant.

6 13 19 0

0 0 1 0

00.00 Sandwich, North, June 17, 1832 Vacant.

7 10 17 8

2

(0) 4 00 Somersworth, G. Falls June 16, 1827 Clark (arter, Feb. 13, '68 Apr. 27, 70

131 191 37

6 9 0 10

3 247 00.00 Tamworth, Sept. 12, 1792 S. H. Riddel, June 27, 27 Aug. 15, '60) 32 73 105 19

2

145 Tuttonborough, May 1. 1833 Vacunt.

2 3 5 0

0

0 00 00.00 Waketield, June 17, 1765 D. D. Tappan, Nov., 1820'S.S. Nov. '69

83 40

0

78.14 Wolfeborough, Jan, 17, 1834 T. A. Emerson, Nov. 25, '69 Nov. 25, '69 23 53

20 1 6 7

0 146 100.29 Wolfeboro', North, June 18, 1839 Vacant.

4 12 16

0 0 0

0

0 0 80 00.00 Farinington, Sept. 15, 1819 W. S. Kimball, 1867 S.S. Sept.'69 15 32 47 11 13 1 14

0

10 1 75 113.22

632 1697 2329 413 139 52 191 | 45 36 | 1 82 84 32 2669 2443.53 Churches, 31. Pastors, 11. Stated Supplies, 9. Vacant, 11.

MININTERS WITHOUT CHARGE. John Wood, Wolfeborough, ordained 1840; Almon Beuson, C'enter-Harbor, ordained Dec. 23, 1840; Nathaniel Barker, Wakefield, ordained Nov. 21, 1926. Alton and North Wolfeborough bave been supplied part of the year by students, J. H. Miller and James Russell. Ef fingham supplied more than half of the year by Rev. Reuben Kimball, now without charge at Conway, ordained Jan. 27, 1841.

C. C. WATSON, Statistical Secretary.

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Acworth,
Mar. 12, 1773 S. V. McDuffee,
1869 S. S. 1870 46 90 136 26 2

2
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3 120 $90.00 Charlestown, Aug. 1, 1835 H. H. Sanderson, Apr. 20,1818 S. S. 1861 4 23 27

0

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0 601 21 00 Claremont, 1770 E. W. Clark, Jan. 1, 1850 Feb. 25, 1864 76 179 255 62 18

28

11

8 208 412, 15 Cornish, Nov. 6, 1781 Philander Bates, Feb.20, 1840 S. S. 1866

25 53 78

7

5

0 75 128.00 Croydon, Sept. 9, 1778 Vacant,

10 14 24

0

0 00.00 Goshen, Feb. 23, 1802

10 20 30 5 3 1

140 500 Langdon, Jan. 6. 1820

7 24 31

3

55 00.00
Lempster, 1st church, Nov. 13, 1781 Benj. Howe, Nov. 5, 1845 S. S. 1867 12 19 31 21

20 10
Lempster, 2d church, Feb. 1, 1837 Vacant.

7 12 19 7

0

0 75 00.00 Meriden, May 2, 1780 E. E. P. Abbott, May 6. 1868 May 6, 1869 60 67 127 54 6 16

10 15

0 881 200.00 Newport, Oct. 28, 1779 G. R. W. Scott, Sep. 17, 1868 Sep. 17, 1868 82 166 248 36 24

6 6

12 2 17 290 516 81 Plainfield, Sept. 20, 1804 Vacant.

8 23 31 8 0

1 0 0 1

0 30 51 00 Washington, May 20, 1780. Wm. Claggett, Oct. 27, 1850 S. S. 1869 2 18 20

0 0 0 0 0

0 50 22.00 349 708 1057 242 60 31 91 24

0 53 | 18 29 (1237 $1466.06
Churches, 13 Pastors, 3. Stated Supplies, 5. Vacant, 5.

MINISTERS WITHOUT CHARGE. Jacob Scales, Plaintield, ordained Dec. 27, 1820; B. R. Catlin, Meriden, ordained Feb 21, 1865. LICENTIATE, Cyrus S.
Richards, LL. D., licensed May 8, 1850, Plainfield has been supplied by different ministers during the year. Mr. James W. Bond has been working as a mis.
sionary there during the summer. Goshen has had preaching one half the time in its house during summer, by Samuel E. Webster, missionary. Langdon
has had Wm. H. Cobb, missionary. Croydon has not been supplied; neither has 2d church, Lempster. G. R. W. SCOTT, Statistical Secretary.

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Churches,

Ministers.

SUMMARY.

Ch. Mems. June 1, 1870. Admissione. Removals. Bapt'ms
Lic. Males Fem. Total. Abs. Prf. Let Tot Di. (Dis. Ex. Tot. ad. Inf.

Sab.
School.

Char.
Con.

Total. Vac. Pastors S. S.

W. c.

Total,

26

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Churches.

Place and Name.

'Conferences.

1. Cheshire,
2. Coos,
3. Grafton,
4. Hillsborough,
5.

Merrimack,
6. Rockingham,
7. Stratford,
8. Sullivan.

Total,

191

43

71

44

190

7

5873 13576 19149

8545

808 425 (1233 357 407

13 777 472 214 2374239160.47

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