Pork, Turkeys and Fowles, Baked Plum Pudding, Boiled Pork and Fowles, Alamode Beef, legs of Bacon, or corn'd legs of Pork and Neats Tongues, with vegetables of every description.
Pies of three kinds, Wine, Punch, Cyder, and any liquors that may be call'd for. Pipes, Tobacco, and Cigars, in fine every necessary article for a handsome Entertainment.
Lodging and horsekeeping for those who may come the night previous or tarry the night following ordination.—
N. B.—The Wine to be Sherry or Lisbon of the best quality, and all other articles above enumerated to be of a quality that will do honor to the person or persons who provide the entertainment and to the town. ing, that day being the fifty-seventh anniversary of the ordination of his predecessor.
During the first five-years of his ministry fortyfive persons were received to communion, and one hundred and fifty-nine were baptized.
January 1, 1815, he reported the number of members about 160.
His salary was $700 per year.