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Salters' Hall.................. Rev. S. J. Davis

Rev. F. Tucker, B.A.
Shacklewell
Rev. Dr. Godwin

Rev. J. Cox
Shakespeare's Walk
Rev. Jos. Green......

Rev. Jos. Green Shoreditch, Ebenezer Chapel... Rev. W. H. Elliott

Rev. W. H. Elliott Shouldham Street, Paddington Rev. W. F. Burchell Rev. J. Phillips* Rev. R. W. Overbury Spencer Place (May 10)......... Rev. J. Peacock

Rev. J. Angus, m. A. Stepney College Chapel Rev. Dr. Hoby

Rev, Samuel Green Stratford, Enon Chapel Rev. W. Ward

Rev. W. Ward
Tottenham .......
Rev. C. M. Birrell

Rev. R. Wallace, M. A Unicorn Yard, Tooley Street... Rer. W. H. Bonner

Rev. W. H. Bonner Vernon Chapel

Rev. Dr. Acworth... Rev, 0. Clarke Rev, W. F. Burchell Walworth, Lion Street Rev. N. Haycroft ... Rev. John Branch* Rev. J. T. Wigner Walworth, Horsley Street Rev. G. Lemaire

Rev. W. B. Bowes

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PLACES.

MORNING,

AFTERNOON.

EVENING.

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Wandsworth......
Rev.E.R. Hammond

Rev. W. Ball
Waterloo Road............ Rev. J. Branch

Rev. W. G. Lewis Wild Street, Little Rev. C. Woollacott

Rev. E. R.Hammond Windmill Street, Hope Chapel Rev. J. A. Wheeler

Rev. J. Rothery Woolwich, Queen Street

Rev. C. Elven
Collections will be made after these services.

ANNUAL MEETING OF JUVENILE AUXILIARIES, APRIL 23rd. The following annual meetings of the young friends of the Society will be held on Monday April 23rd. The chair will be taken at each place at two o'clock in the afternoon. The hymns to be sung on the occasion will be found in the Juvenile Herald for April. PLACE.

CHAIRMAN.
Bloomsbury Chapel

Rev. William BROCK.
Surrey Chapel

Rev. F. A. Cox, D.D., LL.D.
Bishopsgate Chapel

Rev. J. C. GALLOWAY. Lord's Day Afternoon Services for the Young will be found mentioned in a foregoing list.

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ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY, APRIL 24th.

A General Meeting of the members of the Society will be held at the Mission House, Moorgate Street, on the morning of Tuesday, the 24th of April, for the election of the Committee for the ensuing year, and the transaction of other business.

The chair will be taken at ten o'clock. This meeting is for members only. All subscribers of 10s. 64. or upwards, donors of £10 or upwards, pastors of churches which make an annual contribution, or ministers who collect annually for the Society, and one of the executors on the payment of a legacy of £50 or upwards, are entitled to attend.

ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING, APRIL 26th and 27th. The annual public meeting of the Society will be held in Exeter Hall, STRAND, on Thursday, the 26th of April: the chair will be taken by S. Morton Peto, Esq.,M.P. at ELEVEN O'clock.

Tickets for the meeting may be obtained at the Mission House in Moorgate Street, or at the vestries of the various chapels.

The adjourned meeting will be held at FINSBURY CHAPEL, MoorFields, on the evening of Friday, April 27th. The chair will be taken by J. HowSE ALLEN, Esq., at half-past six.

NOTICE. Ministers who intend coming to town to the meetings, and are desirous of being received into the house of some friend, are requested to send an intimation of their wish to the Secretary of the Baptist Missionary Society, not later than the TENTH OF April. He will lave pleasure in making the necessary arrangements. Mr. Peto begs to acknowledge the receipt from K. F. M. of £150, which he has much pleasure in appropriating in accordance with K. F. M.'s request, To the Baptist Missionary Society

£100
To the Bible Translation Society
To the Baptist Irish Society

20

30

Mr. Angus begs to acknowledge the receipt from “Onward," of twenty pounds, to be appropriated to the purchase and distribution of New Testaments in Vienna, Rome, Paris, and Brittany. He will at once arrange for the distribution of five pounds' worth at Vienna and in Brittany respectively, under the superintendence of Mr. Oncken and of Mr. Jenkins. Similar arrangements will be made at Paris and Rome as soon as some friend can be found to whom the work of distribution may be entrusted.

“Onward” affectingly appeals to the principle so well recognized by the founders of our Mission-Expect great things and attempt great things—and asks why we are not carrying out that principle on the continent. Openings abound on every hand, and we can but repeat the question, and pass it on to our friends -Why are we not expecting much and attempting much in Europe ?

Onward's” gift is the more cheering as he is himself suffering from the changes which he hails as so favourable for the diffusion of truth.

It is respectfully requested that where it is practicable the friends in the country ordering Missionary Cards, &c., would at the same time kindly mention the name of a country bookseller, and his London agent, through whom the parcels may be sent, or such other mode of transmission as may most economise the Funds of the Society.

FOREIGN LETTERS RECEIVED.
AFRICA ............ BIMBIA

..... Merrick, J......... November 1.
CLARENCE.............

Saker, A.

......... December 4.
AMERICA
.........MONTREAL

.Cramp, J. M..... February 1.
ASIA .......
...............BENARES

...Small, G. .........January 3.
CALCUTTA........

.Dannenberg,J.C.A.. December 20.
Lewis, C. B....... January 6.
Robinson, W. ... December 28.
Thomas, J........January 6.

Wenger, J.........January 6.
COLOMBO

.Davies, J. ..January 15.
DELHI.........

Thompson, J. T..January 4.
ENTALLY..... ..... ..

.Pearce, G......... January 8.
HOWRAH ......................

Morgan, T......... December 27.
JESSORE

.Parry, J............ January 19.
KANDY

..Allen, J............January 12.

Dawson, C.C. ... January 13.
MADRAS......

.Page, T. C..........January 13.
MUTTRA

.Phillips, T.........January 2.
SAUGOR

Makepeace, J...... January 4.
BRITTANY .........MORLAIX

.Jenkins, J.......... Feb. 14, March 7.
HAITI
..........JACMEL

.Webley, W. H...February 9.

JAMAICA .........CALABAR

Tinson, J. .........Jan. 13, Feb. 3.
JERICHO

Cornford, P. H.... February 7.
KINGSTON

.Mc Culloch, J. ..February 7.
MONTEGO BAY .Vaughan, S. J.... January 18.

Williams, T....... January 17.
PORT MARIA .... .Day, D............ February 14.
SALTER'S HILL... ......... Dendy, W... ......January 16.
STEWART Town .Dexter, B. B......January 17.

STURGE Town ...... Hodges, S.........January 18,
TRINIDAD.........PORT OP SPAIN ............

Cowen, G..........January 18.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
The thanks of the Committee are presented to the following friends

Mr. Blyth, Langham, for a parcel of magazines;
Mr. Charles Godwin, Bath, for a parcel of magazines;
Ladies at Salters' Hall and Salem Chapel, Brixton, for a box of clothing, &c., for Female

Orphan Refuge, Patna;
Blyth Foster, Esq., and Mrs. Seymour, Biggleswade, for a bale of clothing, &c., for

Western Africa ; Mr. John Hill, for a parcel of pamphlets and newspapers; Miss Elizabeth Howard, Tottenham, for a parcel of bibles, &c., for Martha Vitou, Fer.

nando Po.

The best thanks of the Committee are presented to the British Schoolmaster, Amersham, for a pulpit bible, for the use of the church at Clarence, Fernando Po.

CONTRIBUTIONS,

Received on account of the Baptist Missionary Society, during the month of

February, 1849.

£ s. d.
£ 8. d.

£ &. d. Annual Subscriptions Knight, Mrs............ 0 5 0 Allen, J. H., Esq......... ? ? O Meredith, Mr. J.

1 1 0

LONDON AND MIDDLESEX Ball, Miss 1 1 0 Murch, Rev. Dr.

2 2 0

AUXILIARIES. Ball, A. M., Esq.

1 1 0 Nash, W. W., Esq. 1 1 0 Barnes, Robert, Esq. 1 1 0 Nash, Mrs. W. W. 1

Cumberland Street, box 0 2 3

1 0 Beddome, Wm., Esq. 1 1 0 Overbury, Mr. B.

Deronshire Square

1 1 0 Beddome, R., Esq. 1 1 0 Pewtress, Thomas, Esq. 1

Contributions, for
1 0
Dore....

3 4 6 Benham, J. L., Esq...... ? ? Phillips, Miss

1 0 0 Benham, James, Esq.... 1 1 0 Pontifex, R., Esq.. 1 1 0

Harlington, Blight, Mr. G. 1 1 0 Porter, Miss

Juvenile Missionary

0 5 0 Bousfield, J. R., Esq.... 1 1 0 Ridgway, T., Esq..

Society, Overberg

5 5 0 Cartwright, R., Esq...... 5 0 0 Rippon, Mrs. T.

5 0 0

House (moiety)...... 1 8 0

Shouldham Street Chandler, B., Esq., Sher.

Rouse, W., Esq.

0 10 6 borne 3 3 0 Saunders, Mrs............

Contributions ........... 1 1

5 00

0 Collins, W., Esq.

Staines-5 5 0 Smith, Miss R....

1 1 0 Deane, Messrs. G. & J. 3 3 0 Spalding, Mr, T.

Collection 1 1 0

3 17 4 Dennis, S., Esq... 1 1 0 Walkden, John, Esq.... 1 1 0

Contributions

2 10 6 Dunt, T., Esq. 1 1 0

Do., Sunday School, Dunt, John, Esq.......... 1 1 0

Donations.

for Dove

0 8 6 Elgood, Miss 0 10 6 B. I., for Africa

Vernon Chapel

1 0 0 Francis, Mr., Welling

Sunday School

3 3 1 Eöthen, for Java

0 10 0 ton Street 1

Do., for Dove......... 0 2 2

1 0 0 Fraser, Mrs. R., Inver

Jacobson, Miss, for Debt i 0 0 nes8..

1 1 0

Lowe, George, Esq., for Gardiner, Mr. W. B...... 1 1 0

Debt.

10 00

(BEDFORDSHIRE. Gibbs, S. N., Esq., Ply

0. M., for West Indies... 1 0 0 mouth, two years..... 2 2 0 R. H., for Debt

1 0 Leighton BuzzardGiles, W., Esq......

1 1 0
R, S., for India............. 100

Flanders, Mr. M. W. 0 10 6 Haddon, Mr. John 2 2 0

Roxton
Hodge, Mr. John 1 1 0

Legacy.
Contributions

6 10 0 Jacobson, Miss, for Co. Reynolds, Mrs., late of

Do., for Dove......... 0 15 0 lonies

1 0 0
Teleham

9 16 6

1 0 H. M.

£ s. d.
£ 3. d.

£ 8. d. BERKSHIRE.

Contributions

15 5 0 RochdaleNewbury

Do., for Dove... 2 14 6 Contributions, for Collections.............. 9 3 6 Do., Sunday School,

Dove.....

3 0 8 Contributions

22 4 6
for do.

0 17 6 Salford, Great George StreetDo., Sunday School i 3 5

Sunday School, for Sanninghill —

30 7 0 Dove......

1 3 6 Collection

0 14 4 Acknowledged before 20 0 0 Contributions 2 13 8

LEICESTERSHIRE, Do., for Dove........... 1 1 0

10 7 0 WindsorNewton Abbott

BlabyCollection 7 0 0 Sunday School, for

Contributions, for
Contributions

6 12 0
Dove...
0 10 0 Dove

1 0 0 Do., Sunday School Plymouth, George Street

Foxton-
for Doce
1 0 0 Sunday School, for

Contributions, for
Dove....

1 17 6
Dore

0 12 2
Tiverton-
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
Contributions, for

NORFOLK
Amersham-

Dove.......

1 10 0 Contributions, for

Ingham-
Doce.....

0110
DORBETSHIRE.

Contributions, for
Buckingham-

Debt

25 36 Collection 16 8 0 Bridport

Norwich Chesbam

Contributions, for

Birkbeck, -, Esq., for Contributions, for

Doce.......

0 130
Debt

5 00 Dore....

1 0 0 Colnbrook

DURHAM.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Collection

3 10 6 Crendon, LongHoughton le Spring

Brayfield

Contributions, for Collection 2 10 0

Collection

2 1 1 Dove....... Contributions

100 2 96

Contributions

0 61 Datchet

Burton Latimer

4 96 Collections ..... 2 3 0 Essex.

Kettering-
Contributions
1 14 0 Ilford-

Collection, Rev. W.
Do., for Dove...... 0 10 0
Contributions, for

Robinson's...

15 10 8 Do., Sunday School 0 5 0

Dove

0 130

Independent Congre-
Haldenham-
Thaxted

gation

1 0 0 Collections 4 18 5 Contributions, for

Stanwick
Contributions

7 17 2
Debt.

1 5 0

Contributions, for Marsley

Dore..

1 7 0 Sunday School 0 12 0

Wa'grave

HAMPSHIRE. Seer Green

Collection

1 3 6 (ollection ................

0 14 9 Portsmouth, &c., on acTuwersey

count

CO 0 0

OXFORDSHIRR. Collection

3 4 9 Sunday School

0 7 11
HEREFORDSHIRE.

Banbury

2 15 0 Wraysburg

Oxford -
Collection

1 17 7
Fownhope-

Contributions, for
Collection

1 3 6
Contributions
3 2 6

Dove

2 4 0 Contributions

0 10 6

Thane-
Do., Sunday School,
CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

2 11 3

Collection, &c. for Dore

0 Cottenham, First Church

Goraley-
Sunday School

1 3 0

SOMERSETSHIRE.
Sunday School, for
Dore.
1 0 0

Bristol
Gainlingay-

KENT,

Contributions, by Rev. Collection 4 13 4 Borough Green

James Clark, for 0 18 6 Contributions

Contributions

3 5 0
Dove.......

2 0 0
Do., Sunday School 0 1 6 Do., for Dove......... 1 0 Keynshain-
Searesey-
Eden bridge

Sunday School, for
Collection
Contributions,

4 10 0
Doce

1 5 0 Dove..........

100 Gravesend, Zion Chapel-
Sunday School

1 0 0

STAFFORDSHIRE.
Greenwich, Lewisham Road
CORNWALL.

Contributions,

for

Burton on TrentLaunceston

Doce........
0 10 0 Contributions

1 0 0 Contributions, for Town Malling

Do., Sunday School,
Doce......................
1 10 0 Collections

10 5 6
for Dove

1 2 1 Contributions

30 6
CUMBERLAND.

Do., for Dove
1 5 0

SUFFOLK,
Maryport -

Bradfield St. George

LANCASHIRE. Collections 6 7 0

Contributions

0 7 6 Contributions

8 10 8 Liverpool, on account... 45 0 0 EyeDo., for Doce... 1 16 4 Contributions, for

Contributions, for Whitehaven

Patna Orphan Re

Dove.......

1 0 0 Collections 7 6 4 fage

4 0 6 HorhamContributions 3 10 0 Oldham

Contributions, for Do., for Dove......... 1 0 0 Collections, two years 30 8 1 Dove...

0170 Do., for Schools.. 1 0 0 Contributions, do...... 13 2 10 Stoke Ash Cheetham, Mr. James,

Collection

0 14 9 for Deut

20 00 Stradbroke-
DEVONSHIRE.
Preston

Contributions, for
Deronport, Morice Square-

Contributions ..........
4 10 0 Dove.................. •

15 0 Collections.............

11 10 0 Do., for Schools...... 100

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