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told us of it, thanking the Lord for his goodness towards him and his family. “He now lives in the Hospital. Early in the morning you may hear him reading the Bible,

Missionaries great joy through his Christian conduct. May the Lord draw him closer and closer unto Himself, and by His Holy Spirit assist him to lead a consistent, holy life unto

and praying to Jesus, who has saved his soul the end! Amen.”
and body from destruction-thus affording the
P O L Y N E S I A N IS LA N D S.
TAHITI.

By letters recently received from this island, we derive the gratifying intelligence that the revival of spiritual religion announced in our former Numbers to have taken place at several of the Mission Stations, has, in the gracious providence of God, continued to extend its

influence.

The Rev. Wm. Howe, writing under date the 16th April to the Rev. David Darling, at present in this country, gives the following encouraSOCIETY ISL AND S.

ging statement:—

“You would be greatly grieved to hear of the death of Utarui before you sailed. I was with him an hour before he died. His end was what it might be expected to be—perfect peace. Almost his last words were, “My place above is prepared.' I had some unbelieving fears that now he was gone and you were absent, things would go wrong at Bunauia; but, wonderful to relate, a state of life and activity pervades the whole of the district. Moevai is most active and energetic in every good work, and is praised by all for his devotedness. The troops have been removed from Bunauia, there being only two mutoi and one soldier to keep charge of the gun. This appears a merciful providence, as the place is now only under the superintendence of the native officers, and the schools under that of the deacons. I have not been able to do as you bid me about the students, which was, that none of them should go until they had been twelve months in the Institution ; for the people would have them: and as every sermon they preach is examined by me before they go, I do not regret the determination of the people to have them. The list of candidates which you left had increased to

thirty the first ordinance-day. I was engaged in their examination and in the church-meeting, from eleven to four in the afternoon ; nineteen of them were admitted, and three adults were baptized. From that time there has been a remarkable development of alongstanding work. Many it would appear have been living under conviction for a long time, which your last sermon was the means of bringing to maturity. As soon as you had left the place, everybody appeared to feel, ‘We have long enjoyed the faithful ministry of our Missionary, but we have not availed ourselves of its advantage; and now he is gone!' And they have by these reflections been led to decide. I spent last Friday and Saturday week there, employed almost the whole time in examining candidates, and in admitting members to the church. Sixtyone were admitted, after a faithful examination into their sentiments and conduct. I durst not keep them out, lest I should be sinning against them, and the Head of the church. I also baptized eighteen adults. Pray that those who have been admitted may remain faithful.”

HUAHINE.

It is gratifying to learn, that the principal settlement on this island, which suffered so severely, a few years ago, from the devastations of the French, is gradually recovering its former prosperity; that the services of the sanctuary and the education of the young are again regularly conducted; and that the labours of the missionary are attended with some gracious tokens of the Divine approval.

The Rev. Charles Barff, under date the 22nd of May last, writes:—

“We have just finished a deeply interesting May Meeting. an assembly of the Huahineans for some years past. On Wednesday, the 8th, a Missionary sermon was preached to a very large and attentive congregation. On the 9th, the Annual Meeting of the Auxiliary was held. Hautia, as usual, was called to the chair—an office he is well suited to sustain. The speakers were numerous. The contributions amounted to 325 dollars, of which sixty-five were from the children in the schools. The exercise was, as usual, opened and closed with prayer and praise. The 10th was devoted to the children in the schools, of whom 300 were present. About 160 of them repeated, from memory, portions of God's Word; and an appropriate address was delivered to them. The interesting service closed as it began, by imploring the Divine blessing on the dear children. The annual May Festival was held in the afternoon, when the chiefs and people sat down to a plentiful repast, which concluded the festival in a most agreeable manner. * Will you please to give publicity to the sincere thanks of the chiefs and people of Huahine, and myself, for Admiral Sir George Seymour's liberal present, just received, towards rebuilding the settlement of Teare, burnt down by the French?"

There has not been so large

In a subsequent letter, dated Tahiti, 20th June, Mr. Barff furnishes the following brief notice of a visit he had paid to the island of Maiaoiti, one

of the out-stations connected with this section of the missionary field.

I embrace this opportunity of informing you that I have just reached this place, after a three weeks' visit to Maiaoiti. We found the people in this island living together in great harmony, and attending with regularity on the means of grace. The Church had not received any additions during the year, neither had any been separated for improper conduct; but four of the members had been removed by death, concerning whom, it is pleasing to record, that their end was peace. The island contains a population of 300, of whom 76 are at present members of the Church; and there are 100 children in attendance on the school.

During our stay, we celebrated the ordinance of the Lord's Supper, and baptized six infants.

We held the annual meeting of the Auxiliary Missionary Society; and the sum contributed by that poor people amounted to fifty Spanish dollars.

We endeavoured to excite their attention to spiritual things by the constant preaching of the Gospel, school instruction, and visits from house to house. The native teacher, Arue, has at present the care of the station. Much sickness prevailed in the island when we arrived; but we had the happiness of leaving all nearly restored to health.

COLLECTION FOR THE REPAIRS AND OUTFIT OF THE

MISSIONARY SHIP.

THE Directors tender their cordial thanks to the Ministers of Congre. gations, Superintendents and Teachers of Sunday-schools, and numerous other friends of the Society, who are promoting the effort now being made by the young for the repair and outfit of the John Williams; and they will be further obliged by their conveying the same to the Collectors and Contributors for the generous zeal with which they are prosecuting this object. The result, as already reported, is so encouraging as to satisfy the Directors that if all their friends will join in it, its success is certain. To afford them an opportunity for so doing, that, if possible, the young of every Congregation connected with the Society may take part in this good work, the Contribution List will be kept open until the 31st of January, 1851. On or before that day the Directors request their friends to remit the Collections to the Rev. Ebenezer Prout, Mission House, Blomfield Street, who will be happy to forward Collecting cards to any who may require them.

ARRIVALS OUTWARD. MRS. Lechler, the wife of the Rev. J. M. Lechier, Salem, East Indies, accompanied by the Misses Woodman, Addis, and Walton, arrived at Madras by the Barham, on the 2nd of October,

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

The thanks of the Directors are respectfully presented to the following ; viz. For Rev. J. Gill, Somerset. To the Rusholme Road

Sunday School Missionary Society, Manchester

For a Box of Clothing and Useful Articles.
Yor Rev. W. Ashton, Kuruman. To Friends at Ash-

ton-under-Lyne-For a supply of Clothing and

Useful Articles.
For Mrs. Wright, Phillipolis. To the Juvenile Mis.

sionary Working Association, under the superin-
tendence of Mrs. Fisher and Miss Stratton,
Commercial Road, East-For a Case of Clothing

and other Useful Articles, value £20. For Rev. Walter Inglis, Baharutseland. To Miss

Dickson and Friends at Glasgow,&c. -For a Case

of Useful Articics. For Rev. E. Solomon, Griqua Town. To Mrs. Mat

thers and the ladies of the Auxiliary Missionary
Society, Aberdeen-For a Case of Clothing and

School Materials.
Por Rev. William and Mrs. Mills, Savaii. To the

Juvenile Working Party, Halstead-For a Parcel
of Clothing. To the Young People at Ebenezer
Chapel, Dewsbury, per Mrs. Clay-For a Box of

Useful Articles.
Tor Rev. William Harbutt. To the Working Party

of Salem Chapel, Bradford, Yorkshire, per Mrs.

Mc. Kean-For & Box of Clothing, &c.
For Rev. Edward Porter, Cuddapah. To William

Struthers. Esq, Grove Villa, Upper Chelsea-For
a Parcel of Books.
To a Friend at Reading-For a Parcel of Work Bags,
&c. To Miss Cato, per Rev. J. Stribling. Enfield-For
a piece of Work. To Mrs. Flower, Leeds-For a
Model of a Tent, used in the Missionary tours
through Guzurat. To the Children of the Infant
Class at the Pugett School, Brighton-For twenty-
five Bibles. To Mr. F.W.F. Woodman, Bristol-For
185 Copies of his Rules for Improving Health. To
Mrs. W.C.Wallis ; To J.S., Tottenham ; To Mr. Shans-
field, Manningtree; TO J. P.-For Volumes and Num-
bers of Evangelical and other Magazines, Reports,
&c. &c.

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS.
From the 1st November to the 12th December, 1850, inclusire.

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FOR THE OUTFIT AND

£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. REPAIRS OF THE MIS Todhunter, Master

Halliwell, Robert .. 0 0 Boys'-school SIONARY SHIP, John Will William .......... 0 10 0 Jowsey, John.....

Youths'-schools.... 2 12 2 liams. Tyson, Master John 0 6 0 Mann, John ........

6 Infant-school ...... 0° 10 £ 8. d. 121. 18.-- Hopton, M..........

82. 08. 8. Collected by Miss M.

Wilson, Thomas....

St.
DEVONSHIRE.

Helens, per
A. Johnston ...... 044

Lowndes, Charles .. 0 0 Mesers. J. and J.
Collected by Master

Barnstaple.
Hummen, Charles .. O

Marsh ............ 10 9 6 F. Small .......... 2

Hummen, Fenwick.. 0 0 3
Falcon Square.
Gribble, Master Gar-
Elliot, William .... 0 0

LEICESTERSHITELE. Silver-street Sunday

ainer.............. 109

2 Sundries & Fractions 0 0 Hinckley, Sunday. school Teachers and Expe. 18., 87. 128. 6d. Collected at Boldon, by

school, per Mr. T. Children.......... 5 0 oEceter, Grosvenor 0

Juggins, Miss Mary O 9 0 L. Holditch ...... 017 6 Ditto, Farringdon-st.

Chapel Sunday.
Simpson, Miss Alice 0 6 3

Kibworth, Master
... 9 2 0 school ............ 9 3 0 Walker, Miss

Frank Islip and
Middleton Chapel.
Ermouth, Glenorchy

Eleanor ...

Young Ladies at
Collected by Master

Chapel Sunday-
Collected at Hylton

Mrs. Islip's School 0 13 O A. Aviolet ........ 0

School ............ 1 13 0 Ferry, by Mr. Ro.
Paddington Chapel.
North Tawton, per
_bert Twizell ...... 0 5 0

LINCOLNSHIRE,
Collection after Mr.
Mr. E. Heal ...... 10 0 Exps. 48. 6d.;

Grantham, Sunday.
Bateman's Lecture 7 8 6

21l. 1s. Od. DURHAM.

school and Young Tonbridge Chapel.

ESSEX.

Friends ..........
Sunderland.

6 4 Collected

0 by Mrs.

Maldon, Sunday-
Bethel Chapel.

Spilsby, Sunday.
Rodgerson ........ 3 0 6
Collection

school ............
after
school .....

1 6
BEDFORDSHIRR.
Address by Rev.
Vivenhoe, per Mr.W.

Stamford .......... 010 0 Biggleswade, Col

W. Harbutt ...... 3 5 Rivenall... lected by Miss H. Collected by

MIDDLESEX.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. J. Foster .......... 084 | Pearce, Thomas G. 10 0

Blakeney. Collected

Highgate, Master
Render, Thomas .... 017 9

by Miss
BERKSHIRX.

Julia

and Miss Innes .. 1 0 0 Ripon, Isabella .... 0 14 6 Newbury, Sunday

Hewlett .......... 21

Poyle, SundayCarmichael, James.. 0 13 9 school, per Mr. J.

Coleford, Sunday

school Teachers

and Children .... 3 Rutherford, Thomas 0 13

1 & Blacket .......... 7 5 I

school ............ 1 100 Drury, Emmeline .. 0 12

Urbridge, per M. A.

Gloucester, Collected DUCKINGHAMSHIRE. Douglas, Mordey.... 011

Brickett .......... 0 0 Pauler's Pury, per

by Miss March.... 5 Atkinson, Edward .. 0 Rev.J.Buckingham 1 0 Bamlet, George ....

HERTFORDSHIRE,

NORFOLK.
Abbay, William H..

Hoddesdon,
CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

Miss

Briston,
Burwell,

Collected
Sunday-

Cullen's class .... 0 19
Stafford, Thomas....

by Mr. T.
Ware, Old

W.

Indeschool ............

Douglas, Harriett.. 0 1

Sykes ....

pendent Sunday-
CHESHIRE.

Johnson, George D..
Shotton, Mary ......

school ............ Macclesfield,

1

Fennell ..... 015 0
Roe-street.
Farrow, John Henry 0

15LE OF Wicht. Nattishall,Collected Cards ......

8 14 7
Davison, John Long-
Ryde, per Mr. J.

by Miss Georgiana Tea-meeting.....

staff .......

6 Colenutt, George-
4 8 10

Taylor ..........
Bee, Isabella .....
Collection in school-

0 street School ...... 15 Wells, Sunday-school 1 100 classes ......

2 5 8
Steel, Thomas ..

0 Langbridge Branch.. 1 13 7
151. 98. ld.-

Steel, Lancelot.. 0 7 0 Brading ditto... 6 3 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE,
Soord, Henry ... 06 0

0 Weeks's Northicich, collected

ditto... 0

Kilsby.
by Sunday-school
Crowe, Elizabeth. 9 Hayland's ditto... 04

Collected by -
Clarke, Robert D... 7 Westbrook ditto... 0
Children .......... 6 10 1

Ann Cherry ......
Soord, Samuel ...... 7 Green Lane ditto. .. 0

Miss Dicey ....
CUMBERLAND.
Ilutchinson, Roht.c. 05 3 Exps. Is, ed.; 192. Os. 9d.

Miss Gibbins ...... 0
Whitchaven.
Duncan, William B.
1 Yarmouth, Afton

? ?

Ann Tinns ........
Gaine, Elizabeth.... 05

0 5 Collected by

1 House, Collected

Sarah Whiteman.. 008 Burton, Miss Ellen.. O 6 3 Black, John Gordon

by Mrs. Cotton's

Elizabeth Margetts, 0 10 1 Chamberlain, Miss Errington, Aune.... 0 two little Girls.... 1

11. Jos. 60. M.A...... 9 Gardner, Edwin...,

KENT.

Long Buckley ......
Bell, William ...... 0 4 8 Bromley,

6 Coldbeck, Master

3

Juvenile
John

Daventry, Juvenile
............
Paris, llenry........

0 6
4

6 Contributions .... 4 0

Airey,
Cox, Mies Elizaheth 0 15 2
Matthew

Society, per Mr.
Staplehurst Sunday-

E. A Briggs ....
Crain, Master John 0 13 1 Henry ............ 0 4 9

school ............ 015 01 Weedon, per Rev. I.
Creighton, Misg
Airey, Robert ..

Tutties Village, near
Eleanor ............
Airey, John ..... 03 61

Evans ............ 3 O 4

Tunbridge Wells, Hamilton, Miss | Allan, Frances......

Welford.

Sunday-school . 2 0 0
Bessie ..
Maxwell, James .... 0 3 3

Collected by
Hamilton, Mise Eliza 0 7 10 Prince, Elizabeth ..

Sarah Ward ........ 0 Hampton, Master Almond, Jane Anne

LANCASHIRE,

Elizabeth Butlin....
John......
Jobling, Anne ......
Blackpool, Sunday-

Elizabeth Johnson .. 0 9 0
Hampton, Master
Ramsay, William B.

school ............ 3 0 0 Harriet Eady .... Henry..... Taylor, Joseph...... 6 2 6

Churchtown, near Southport, John Knight ...... . 3 3 0 Higgins, Miss 18

Langlands, Hannah 0 2 Collected by 10 Jobling, George ....

Sunday bella .............. 011 10

school Humphreys,

Teachers ........ 100
Miss
Turnbull, William
Miss Jane Blundell 0 10 6

NORTHUMBERLAND Anne ..... . 1 1 9 Carling, William ..

Falling, Sunday

11. 103.60.0 Cochrane, Thomas ..

school ............ Chapman, John ....

1 13 6 Jackson, Master Jo

0

Elswick, 2

Juvenile 0 1

Collection ........ 5 seph .. ........ 0 5 11 McClement, Edward

OXYORDSHIRE,
Kitchin, Miss Sarah O 16 Soord, George ......

0 2 0
Fleetwood, Sunday-

Oxford, George-st.
Kitchin, Miss
Barlet, John .... 019 school ............ 01

Sunday-school.... 5 7 6 lannah :......... 0 6 6

Garstang, Sunday-
Macklem, William.. 0 1 9
Kitchin, Misy Agnes 0 8 7 Innis, William..

i school ............
Kitchin, Master Wil
McMontrey, William
Hindley,

SOMERSETSUIRE.

Proceeds liam Henry........ 0 Newton, John ...

of Bazaar, by

Bath, per Mr. Noyes 0 12 3 Kelly, Master Joseph O 6 OSmith, James ......

Young Ladies at

Bishop's Hull.

Mrs. Turner's, M'Gill, Miss Esther 0 4 6 Peate, Jane ....

Collected by

White
McGowan,
Chapman, James..

House,
Miss

Elizabeth Trott .... 0
6 Edwards, Henry....

viz. Misses Mary ...

E.

Sarah Jane Sparks.. 0 8 0 Muncaster, Master Barnes, James T....

and M. Makison,

John Steer ........ 0 100 John.. 0 5 2 Scorer, Willinm .... 0 1

Misses R. M. and 2

Albert Pearse ......076 Pearson, Master Faircleugh, Jackson

E. Brown, Miss J. 0

Hervey Pearse .... oi John Il 6 Forster, Charles .... Woodcock, and

21. Is. 8d. Pearson, Miss Mar

Marshall, Andrew..

0 1

Miss M. Millar.. 3 6 Clevedon, Collected garet ...

0 7 0
Steel, John..........

011
Lancaster.

by Elizabeth Lee. 1 10 6 Reed, Master Wii: Scorer, Elizabeth .. 01

High-street.

Langport, Sunday0 6 6 Lawson, Richard .. 0

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Collectors ... Public

£ s. d. Teor,

,'* s. d. FOR GENERAL PUR- |
Sunday.
Knaresborough.

POSES.

On Account of Nasehool.. Collected by

tive Teachers in Miss Jarnes ........ 0 16 8 Miss Glendenning.. 0 15 0 G. B. T............. 30 0 0 the South Seas....100 0 Ers. ls. 9d. ; &.168.81.

Miss Wood ........ 1 2 0 Ebenezer, once in
STAFFORDSHIRE,

12. 178.-
the Blue Coat-

BERKSHIRE.
Buy ton 073

Middlesborough,
Trent,

school, Westmin-
Sunday-school....

Vaidenhead Aux. Sunday-school.. 2 10 6

ster .......

10 00

iliary, per Mr. J.
hoxeter.
Selby, YoungFriends,
A thank-offering for

Poulton, on ac-
Miss Cooke ........ 1 100

per Rev. D. Senior
sparing mercy.... 10 00

0

count ............ 65 0 Sundaz-school hal

Welton, Miss Kil-
00

Mary Enreff........
21. 10
vington .......... 100 Mrs. White and
Friends .......... 10 0

CAMBRIDGESKIRE.
Faisall.

A Friend .........

Duxford District,
Ins. Goodwin ...... 0

WALPS.
Brecon.

Barbican
Janet Kirkpatrick, &

Chapel,

Mr. J. Paterson, Treasurer. birth-day present. 0 6

Auxiliary, per J.
Independent Chapel.

Collected by Mrs.

Peachey, Esq..... 13 10 0 Master Thomson... 0 o Collected by William

Moreland and Miss and Annie Jones.. 1 1 0

Camberwell, Rev. Tea Meeting ...... 0 14 7

John Burnet's

Burgess .......... 1 3 Langadock, Gwinfe

0

Migs Burgess's
Chapel, Sunday-
Congregation, &

Young Ladies .... 100
STYFOLK.
school............ 2 15 11

Donation ........1000

Miss Gurner's Mis-
Twidenham and
Talybont, Bethel

sionary Box ...... Heringssell Sun

Chapel Sunday.
City Road Chapel,

Rev. W. Burgess .. 1
day-schools, by
school ............
Auxiliary, per E.

Ditto, Pupils........ Miss E. B. Tubbs. 1 10 0

Thompson, Esq.

Master Maris and Toodbridge, Sun

SCOTLAND.

Collected by

Master Richard day-school, per Elie, Free

Miss R. Pearsall.... 2
Rey.J. Ross.....

Marie's Missionary
Church
3
Manse, Mrs. Wood's
Aliss Thomson......

Box .............. 0 5 0
Mr. Clapham, from
Female Class .... 0

Collections at Dux-
SOBREY.

Sunday • school

ford Chapel ...... 11 12 11 Croydon.

Fenwick.
Boys.............. 1 9

Mr. Paterson ..(A.) 110 Mrs. Bishop -......

0 36
Collected by

E. Thompson, Esq.. 160 A Sunday - school
0 7 6
Miss Jane Fulton .. 0 7 6

Miss Cuffley ........ 0 19 Girl, per Miss
Mise Agnes Gemmell 08 6

81. 88. 5d. Godalming,Sunday.

Burgess .......... 016 168.Clapton, Mrs.

Mr. T. F. Nash .... 1 0 0 school... Fraserburgh, Juve

Elliott........(D.)100 Miss Nash.......... 100 Herton, Sunday

nile Society ..
Coverdale Chapel, a

Mrs. Ellis .......... school .....

:: Helensburgh, Col.

Friend, per Rev. J.

Mrs. Wedd ...

0 5 0 Yordes Hall, Board

lected by Misg

E. Richards ......

Miss Cross, collected ing-school, per T.1

Helen B. Arthur 0 18
Islington Chapel,

by .......

. LIO N. White, Esg... SOO Kirkaldy. Bettle

Auxiliary, per J.

Collection after Sere
field, U.P.Juvenile
Davies, Esq. on

mon ..............

3 19 0 FARWICKSHIRE. Society ..........

account .......... 10

Boxes
Kenilworth, Abbey
Lanton, Children, by
Jamaica Row Aux-

0 8 8 Hill-school ...... 1 169 Miss Veitch ...... 0

iliary, per Rev. G. Stretton-under-Fosse.

Montrosc.
Rose, on account.. 15

Meeting .......... 7 15 8 Collected by Miss Harrison

Kingsland United

Linton Anniversary
0
Rev. J. Harrison .. 2

Pugeston
6
Sunday-
Communion, for

Meeting .......... 38 3 school ...... Mrs. Harrison ...... 0 2 6

the Widows' and

Expr. 31. 128. ; 361. 108.
A Scholar in Mon-
Mies Harrison ...... 0 2 6

Orphans' Fund .. 14 5 0 Linton, Rev. W.
trose..........
Marlborough Chapel

Brett ....

10 Mester Harrison ..

0 Mr. Mayne ......

Auxiliary, per Mr.

Mrs. Turner ...... 0 10 0 Tharso. Mr. W. Bradford..

J. B. Jeffry, on
Mrs. T. Fall......

Collected by
account .......... 25 0 0

CHERIRE.
Mary Thornton ....
Robert Miller...

Macclesfield: Roc-
Mieg Webb ....
0 1 0 George Shearer ... 0

Nee Court, Carey-street. street, Collections, A Friend ..... 0 0 David Smith ...... 0

Second Payment by Mr. less expenses, 393. Miss C. Mayne .... 010 Margaret Cormack..

Moginie.

Od................. 9 15 0 Mn. J. Bradford.... 0 0 Jessie Paul ........ 0

Collected by Rev.

Northroich. Me W. Bradford .. 010 Catherine Shearer.. 0

James Smith, Miss E. Bradford .. 010 Catherine Angus .. 10

pastor ............ 3 4 Mrs. Caldwell ...... 10 0 0 Miss Naylor........ 010 Chirsty and Mary

Ditto, from Sunday:

Mrs.Carnes' Box and Smaller sumr ,... 1 Cormack ........

school Children .. 1 0 Subscription .... Collected by M. Harrison's

Diana Gunn.......
7 First Monthly Pay-

Mr. Fletcher's ditto
Pupils-
Miss Ann Campbell 04 o ment by the Fe-

Rev. D. G. Watt .. 2 0 0 Mr. B. Wangh .... 0 2 6 Miss E. Campbell.. 0

male Collectors .. 1 10 8 Mr. Okell .......... 1 1 0 Mr. B. Boothroyd.. 0? George Campbell .. 01 6 Collected by Mr.

Mrs. Willett........ 1 1 0 M. G.G. Brothroyd 0 2 6 William Campbell.. 028

Mr. Rothwell ...... 1 1 0 Mr.T.B.Illingworth 0 : 0 A Lady ........(D.) 0 5

Laundy .......... 4 0 0

Mrs. Burgess and Mr. C. J. Rayner .. 0 6

Sundries............

... 0 2 0 Surrey Chapel Aux-
0 2 0 Sur

Miss Horton .....

110 Friends .......

iliary Society, on

Mrs. Weston ......
Miss Manger ...

0 1 0
Wick.

account .......... 69 12 11 Mr. Garner ...... 0 10 0 Mr. F. Manger .... 1 o. Collected by

Miss Mary Cross.... 0 Miss Isabella Sime... 36 | Tabernacle, Legacy Mr.T. Rendile .... 0

Miss Love.......... 0 5 0

of late Mr. W. Mrs. Smith

0 1

Miss Ann Bremner.. 0 16 6 0

Lefever, per Mr.

Mrs. Leigh's Box .. 0 Mr. Oswald Boden.. 0 0

E. Selby, less duty 45 0 0

Collected by Mies Cockerill...... 0 1 0 | Yetholm Manse, near Kelso. Tottenham

Mrs. Rothwell...... 3 14 0

Court Smaller sums ....... 0 3 4

Miss E. Shepherd .. 1 9 0 Per Miss Baird. 21. 118, 4d.

Road, Mrs. A. C.

Miss Price, from
Collected by

Blagrove, for Chan
WILTSHIRE.
William Reid...... 0 8 9

Moulton Sunday

Wing Kwong, in Codford, Collected by

school ............ Janet Ilope ........ 0 2 9

0 5 10

the Seminary at Miss Hallend

A Friend to Mis1s. Gu.

Hong-Kong ...... 25 0 0 Miss Waterman .. 0 7 G

sions.............. 4 0 0 Wilton, Sunday

IRELAND.
Trinity Chapel,

At Sermons and
Kchool ......
Cork, Collected by

Poplar, a Lady, by

Public Meeting .. 11 7 1
...
Master James

Rev. G. Smith.... 3 0 0 Sabbath - school
YORKOIRE.

Colbec............ 011 0 Salem Chapel, Nou North Children.......... 7 11 3
Beerley, Lair-gate
Queen's town, Peter

Road. Sunday-school ..

51 95 Sunday-school Box,

and George, per G. Doncaster, Hall-gate Wright, Esq. .... 1 per Rev. A. Buza

Less Expenses, 17. Sunday-school ..

! cott ..........

.... 0 10 7 98. 6.; Cheshire Elloughton, Sunday.

A.E.M. R. for Mr.

Home Missionschool... .. 180 DEMERARA.

Moffat's Station .. 0 3 0 1 ary Society, 201, 2196 Goole, E. A. and H. 6 George Town, Provi.

Miss L. Whitchurch,
Hull.
dence Chapel,Sun-
(dec.) for Chinese

29 19 11 Collected by day-schools, per

Female Schools .. 1 0 0
Miss Dobbin ......
Rev. J. Ketley.... 2 W. Struthers, Esq.

CORNWALL.
Master Dobbin .... 11 6

for Education at

Auxiliary Society,
22. 118. éd.
Total, including
Cuddapah, includ-

per J. Baynard, Kirkheaton, Young

previous acknow-
ing 41, for the boy

Esq. (dec.) on ac-
Friends, by Rev.
ledgments ........394 192 called William

count ............J5000 J. Cunming...... 4 5 9

Struthers ........ 14 0 0

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