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Mr. Richard Sargent, late Student of the Western College, Plymouth, was ordained a Trinity Chapel, Poplar, on Saturday, September 11th, as a Missionary to Bangalore. Rev. Henry Harrison commenced the service by reading the Scriptures and prayer. The field of labour was described by Rev. Edmund Crisp, late Missionary at Bangalore. Rev. George Rose put the usual questions. Rev. Dş. Tidman offered the ordination prayer; and Rep. George Smith delivered the charge,
DEPARTURE OF MISSIONARIES. Revs. Charles C. Leitch and Richard Sargent, appointed respectively to Neyoor and Ban. galore, East Indies, sailed for Madras, in the Vernon, from Portsmouth, on the 16th ult.
The thanks of the Directors are respectfully presented to the following: For Rev. Dr. Legge, Hong-Kong. To the Hull Ju
venile Ladies' Working Society-For a Box of
Useful Articles. For Rev. W. Young, Amoy. To a Friend--For a
Box of Useful Articles. For Mrs. Porter's School, Madras. To the Clap
ham Ladies' Missionary Working Society-For a Box of Useful and Ornamental Articles. To the Ladies' Working Society, Brigg-For a Par
cel of Useful Articles. For Mrs. Addis, Coimbatoor. To the Young La.
dies of Miss Murphy's Establishment, Wexford
-For a Parcel of Useful Articles For the Native Teacher, " William Nash," Banga
lore. To the Teachers and Children of the Sunday-school connected with the Independent
Chapel, Uxbridge-For a Box of Books. For Mrs. Cox, Trevandrum. To the Sherborne La
dies' Missionary Working Society-For a Box
of Useful Articles. For Rev. R. Moffat, Lattakoo. To W. E. P., Upper
Clapton-For a Parcel of Clothing and Magazines. To the Juvenile Missionary Society, Zion Chapel, Hyde-For a Box of Clothing, &c. To the Children of Colnbrook British
Schools-For a Box of Clothing For Rev. R. B. Taylor, Cradock. To Mrs. Frede
rick Smith--For a Box of Clothing and Books. For Rev. R. Birt, Kaffirland. To the Rev. R.
Elliott and Friends, Devizes-For a Box of
Clothing and Useful Articles. For Rev. James Read, Kat River. To Miss Bul
ley, Wavertree - For a Box of Clothing and
Useful Articles. For Rev. J. Andrews, Jamaica. To Mrs. John
Ridley, Bury St. Edmunds-For a Parcel of
Clothing, For Rev. J. Roome. To the Misses Jenkins, Plas
y-felin, Neath-For a Box or Clothing. For Mrs. Mills's School, Upolu. To the Young La
dies of Miss Pritchett's Establishment, Ber
mondsey-For a Parcel of Useful Articles. For Rev. G. Spencer, Tahiti. To the Twig Folley
Sunday-school-For a Box of Clothing. To the
ful Articles. For Rev. G. Charter, Raiatea. To the Rev. J. H.
Unwin, and Friends, Belt horn--For a Box of
Clothing and Uselul Articles. For Mrs. Murray, Tutuila To Miss Wilson, Tor
quay-Yor a large Parcel of Clothing.
For Rev. William Gill, Rarotongą. To the Juvenile
Association at Mrs. John Fisher's, Commercialroad-For a Box of Clothing, value £12. To the Sunday-school children's Association, Trinity Chapel, Poplar-For Articles of Clothing and School Requisites, value €6. To Rer. H. Madgin, Tiverton, and Friends--For a Box
of Useful Articles. For Rev. George Gill, Mangaja. To Friends at
Ebenezer Chapel, Shadwell-For a Box of
Taunton-For a Parcel of Useful Articles.
ing Association, Marlborough Chapel, OM
Kent-road-For a Case of Clothing. For Rev. D. Darling, Tahiti. To the John-street
Association-For a Case of Clothing, Cu
lery, &c. For Rev. A. and Mrs. Buzacott, Rarotonga. To
the John-street Association--For a Box of School Materials, Cutlery, value £6. To Mrs. Maunder and Friends, Barastaple-For a Bar of Useful Articles. To Mrs. Davis, Hastings For a Box of Useful Articles. To Mr. Wood man: to Miss Cotes, and to Miss VillicutParcels of Useful Articles and School Material To Mrs. F. Wills, Bristol-For a Pared a
Useful Articles. For Rev. J. P. Sunderland, Upolu. To Mr. R
Mann, Stockport-For a Box of Clothing,
Books, &c. For the Native Teacher, Aperaamo, Tutuila. Te
Mr. A. Scrutton-For a Case of Useful Articles To A. Z., for a Parcel of Clothing; to the North
street Chapel Sunday-school, Brighton, for 3 Parcel of Books and Magazines; to J. V. Hal Esq., Maidstone, for a large supply of the & Sinner's Friend," for the various Islands in the South Seas: to Mr. W. Hunter, Sandhutton, near Thirsk, for Ten Gallons Varnish,
and Ten Gallons Copal Varnish. To Mrs. Greenhough; to the Administrator
late W. Fox, Esq., Bath; to Mr. J. Crisp, se Beccles; to Mr. E. Dewsbury, Edingale, near Tamworth; to Mr. Portway, Bury-St.-Edmunds. to Mrs. Jones, New Road; to Mrs. Rust, StokeNewington; to Mrs. Humpage, Iudd-strect: to Mr. George Hall; to the late William Newal Esq., Manchester; and to Mrs. Vard, Bali
For Volumes and Numbers of tbe Evangelica
and other Magazines, &c. &c. Mrs. Lechler, Salem, desires most gratefully to a
knowledge the receipt of the undermentioned Articles. A valuable Box of Lesson and Cops Books, Slates, Pictures, &c., from the British
and Foreign School Society, through Mrs.
through Mrs. Jordon.
the undermentioned Articles. To the Briends of Princes-street Congregation, Norwich, for a Box of Useful Articles, valge £37; to Mrs. Bleakley for a Box of Articles for Sale, value $1 158., towards the support of a school-mistress; to Miss Butcher, Member of the Established Church, and other Friends, for a Seraphine; to Mrs. W. Fletcher and Miss Davey, for a Box of Medicine; to John Venning, Esq., Mr. Hall, Mr. Jarrold, Rev. John Alexander, Rev. B. S. Hollis, Rev. James Cooper, Mr. James Cozens ; Mr. Powell. for Presents of Books; to the Boys of the British School, Mundesley, for Slates, and from the Boys of the Mission School, Yarmouth, for a Parcel of Slates.
Mrs. Abbs gratefully acknowledges the receipt of
various Presents for the Native Readers can
cels of Jackets and Remnants of Print and
From 1st August to 6th September, 1851, inclusive.
Tko Friends at a
1. & d.
2. 8. d. An Old Friend to the
Collections, isth May 2
Rev. William Bur-
5 18 0 cation of Chinese
tive Girl, Ann
The Young GentleChristians........200 Ool Bedford
men of Mr. Bar
OLOUCESTERSHIRE. Roger Cunliffe, Eng. 400 0 Mrs. Osborn, New
gese's Schooly..... 1
Gloucester. H. B. for Ditto, for the Wi....... 0 10 0 Public Meeting .... 3 5 10
Martha Fearnot, in dows'and Orphans'
51. 68. 10d.
the School at TreFund ............ 10 00 Sharnbrook ...... 046)
vandrum ........ 2 5 0 w.o... ............ 10 o Friends at Bedford 2 5 6 Public Meeting ..., 5 12 10 Mr. J. Nash 31.
45 146 Laudorer. East-street account........... 4 5 3
school, for the Claremont Chapel. Collceted, Miss E. Rayneld,
42 14 61
Ship .............. 0 19 9 Sunday-school ..... ?
should be ten pounds, not Miss Ridler's Bible ten shillings.
Titchfield, Rev. J.
Flower and Con-
0 Neue Court, on ac
gregation ........ 6 0
... New Mills. connt ............ 9 16
By Mr.J. Patterson-
Collection and sinall
donations ........ 3 0 0
Woolwich, account .......... 20 Mrs. Ellis, Chrishall
Salem account .......... 200 St. Thomas's Square,
10 Poseph Bennet, Esq. 5 0 0
Chapel, per Mr,
Saw, on account.. 17 00 Miss Nash...... school for the Ship 111
G.R. Devon........100 0 0 From Captain John
Mc Arthur, being
two-thirds of a
....... 15 00 Bristow ...........
Legacy bequeath0 10 01 o (L. S.)........... jo o Mrs. Barker....
ed to the Society
08 Mrs. Kirk .......... 1 1 o Nr.
by the Inte Lieut.
James Mc Arthur,
R.N.............. 33 6 8 per Mr. Mitchell.. O 16 Mrs. Runham...... 0
Rev. J. Mully.
6 William Morgan 100 Jewin's-crescent.. 1 0 Collection ..........
Hannah M Lacklan 07
8 Manchester. A de-
ceased Friend of Missionary Box .. 0 5 7 Moreland and Miss
Sarah Drake........ 066
Dr. Massie.......0 10 A Gift from Fa. Burgess .......... 13 0 Peter Drake.......
| Middleton. Mr. pily Charity Box 100 Mr. Patterson..(A.) T olMirir Stone ........ 040l Brown S, MISSIONMr. Kendall, for the From the SundayElizabeth Laps
a ry Box.......... 0 10 0 * Native Girl, Sarah
schoot Children for
the John Williams 2 1 7 William Wright... 0 2 41 Auxiliary Society, by J. Porter's School, Missionary Boxes .. 5 7 8 Jane Lawrance .... 0 1 0
lamer, Esq. Madras, three yrs. 9 00
187. 08. 70, 1 Eeriry Johnson .... 0 0 10 Anniversary Collections. Mrs. Elliott, for the Duxford AnniverMissionary Boxes,
Grimshaw - street Chinese Mission.. 5 O Olsary .............. 7 5 31 &e.
147 Chapel .......... 13 5 →
l. . d.
NOTTINGHAXSLIRI. Mine Edwards .... 1 10 6
Miss Moore ......
The Misses Jenkins,
Mr, Paddy .....
53 Plas-y-Velin .... 300
Mrs. Harrison ......
Miss Beckett... . 015 0 A Disciple.........
E. Walby ......
Joppa, Portobello, o 31
tion, per Rev. S.
Glasgowe, Mn. Joha
Collections ......... 30 42 Laurence Kirk.
61 For Schools at Nagercoil Collected by Miss
2 17 6 Mrs. Jackson ...... 3 100 Catherine Rae.... O 14
Mrs. Whitehouse .. 9 10 0 Missionary Society,
Hyson Green .. 46 Friends at Dorking. 2 100 per Mr. J. A.
5 6 9
Chips ............ 156
Expenses.... 6 For South Africs .. 15
53 13 10 Melrose, Anony
mous, per Rev. Å.
Annual Report.. 36 11 7 J. Campbell ...... 161
rian Church...... 30
| Collected by-
Mrs. Waraker...... 4 13 10 Independent ditto.. 310
2 10 0 Ditto, Public Meet-
Master J. Chapman
0] ing ..............19
o For General Pure
22 3 4
Mr. Watkinson .. 9 6_poses ...........
o For Rev. W. Muir-
251. 158. 8d. -
Shanghae ......... 11
Collected at Ache-
velgin ............ 18
Exs. 98.: 131. ls. Id.
M. N. .............. 100 dren, for the Ship 110
sion Child at Ma-
Collections by Rev. W. Auxiliary Society.. :N!
Thornhill, Madlerty by
O Miss Isabella Peddie 11
a Lady and Young
Mr. Allanson ....... 010 0
2) Friends ...
5 0 9 0 1 Collection.......... 2
Omitted in the last de
Less Expenses.. 0 5 9
37. 188. 6d.
2 Rosehearty, Ditto.. 100
Less Expenses 0 0 6 Strichan, Free
- 15s. 8d. -
Stuart field, Congres
Collection........... 3 127 gational Chureh,
8 0 0
Less Expenses 0 10 6 by Rev. N. Me
31. 28. ld.
71. Ils. 61-
- Kingston Lodge,
- Collected by Master
10 3 5 S. A. Brenan, for
to June 1851. Zion Chapel, pero sie SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Rev. Dr. Ryan .. 15 0 0 Kensington, Sunday:
- school, per Rev. J.
. M. Strongman.. .
of the late Thomas
Exs. 10s. ; 181.
Collections by Rev. T.
2 Reb yterian Ch.. OB
Contributions in aid of the Society will be thankfully received by Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, Barka
Treasurer and Rev. Ebenezer Prout, at the Mission House. Blomfield-street. Finsbury. London ;
LONDON: REED AND PARDOX, PRINTERS, PATERXOSTER ROW.