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The first copy was printed in September, 1 8 4 1 , but was soon discontinued. The paper has not always been pub 1 i shed regularly.

These inquiries provide small glimpses of thousands of human tragedies and constitute a most Impressive Indictment of the Old South. Still, further the Increasingly poor quality of the paper during the nineties has made those Issues almost impossible to handle. Church, publisher y-; Volume (', 1 8 5 A ” 1856 No's 1 through 15 missing (If published) No. 39, March 4, 1856 (No's 17 and 24 missing by removal) New Series Vo 1 ume 4 1861 ■ 'V " v ■ ' 4 Weekly, 4pp.

Boo J / Indeed this warning brings to mind one of the greatest features of the Recorder., the Information Wanted page that continued for years, week after weekl inquiries about broken families, the enforced separations of parents J children, brothers, sisters, all relationships, all deriving from the Peculiar Institution of the Cotton Kingdom. Lee became editor of the Recorder and continued In that capacity through 1 892 , Vol . XXX."™‘|n spite of a falling circulation Editor Lee was able to restore the 8-page paper that editor Tanner had been unable to maintain after the departure of his able business manager, H. Further, because tha extensive vandalism practiced upon the Recorder most often *® rst: sheet (pages 1 and 2) where possibly only the masthead showea a date, the bibliographical problem has bd«n compounded immeasurably.

' The Classes were as a matrix within this enveloping body; for the same reason all other non-Trustee records are put together in one group as illustrating the totality of the membership in action. 1 9 1 0 - 1 9 3 3 large copybook, n.p., Ms., c.800 pp.

It must be remarked that the Corporation whose records are listed in this bibliography along with those of the Stewards and Leaders, embraced the entire membership of the Church in good standing, who had paid their annual "dollar money.!

The second volume has a well-kept record of marriages (1890 - 1895) sociologically important because of its notation of employments.

Also under baptisms an entry indicates a Baptist-like option for immersion ’ for those desiring it. MINUTES OF THE TRUSTEES and CASH BOOKS The Trustees, managing the property of the Church, receiving and paying out, cannot vie for interest with their Steward counterparts However, as materials for the kind of soc i o 1 og i ca 1 -econom i c studies in vogue today, the Minute books and Treasurer's books have their special value.

39, December 26 This full year Is found in two places within the same binding, the first half of Volume IX being bound In between.