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pot chiefly because he was their temporal provider, but their spiritual guide and counsellor ; and all feel that they have lost a well-wisher and a friend. Our trust is in Him, who made our brother what he was,

and so signally blessed his labours, to raise up another Native Pastor to supply his place. At present we do not know where to look for his successor.'

MISSIONARY SERMONS. Our readers, especially those who attended the Services of our recent Anniver. sary, will be glad to learn that the admirable Sermons delivered on the occasion by the Rev. George Smith, the Rev. James Parsons, and the Rev. Samuel Martin, have been published, and may be obtained of Mr. Snow, Paternoster-row, or at the Mission House, Blomfield-street, Finsbury. It will be remembered that the Sermon of Mr. Martin was specially addressed to the young, and we would recommend it as peculiarly adapted to instruct and impress the juvenile friends of Missions, among whom we trust the low price at which it is published, added to its intrinsic worth, will secure for it an extensive circulation.

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On Monday Evening, May 31, a Public Meeting was held at Finsbury Chapel, on occasion of the safe return to England, after an absence of Three Years, of the Missionary Ship, John Williams; bringing as passengers three devoted Missionaries and their families, with two Natives-one from Rarotonga, and one from the Samoas.

The Meeting was convened specially with a view to interest the Juvenile Friends of Missions, by whom chiefly the spacious place of worship was densely crowded. The youthful assemblage was addressed by the Missionary brethren, Barff, Buzacott, and Mills, in succession; also by Capt. Morgan and the Natives; and the statements of the speakers embraced a full and deeply interesting detail of the progress of the work of God in the islands of Polynesia, and of the highly important services rendered by our wellknown Ship to the several Missions already established, as well as in extending the Gospel among the numerous heathen islands West of the Samoan Group.

On the following evening (June 1,) a similar Meeting was held at the Eastern Institution, Commercial-road, on which occasion there was an equally crowded attendance.

The arrival of the John Williams, at the present time, is of special advantage to the Society, from the large Contributions to its funds with which she is freighted, in the shape of cocoa-nut oil and arrow-root. It is expected that these offerings of love and gratitude from the christian islanders will, when converted into money, bring more than Two THOUSAND Pounds. While it thus constitutes a most acceptable and timely addition to the resources of the Society, the gift is a noble testimony to the expansive power of christian principle among a people so lately called, from the darkness of heathenism, to the knowledge of Christ and the enjoyment of his love.

THE ANNUAL REPORT. Notice.—Having been informed by several Members of the Society that they have not received their copies of the Annual Report, we shall feel obliged if those friends, or others who may have changed their residence within the last twelve months, will favour us with their present address in full, stating also the mode of conveyance which they deem most eligible ; and every care will be taken to ensure regularity in the transmission of the forthcoming Report. If they will also have the goodness to specify any former deficiencies, the latter shall be supplied as far as the number of copies remaining at the Mission-House will permit.

ARRIVAL OF THE REV. T. BOAZ, FROM INDIA. On Saturday, May 1, the Rev. Thomas Boaz, Pastor of the Union Chapel, Calcutta, arrived safely at Southampton, on a visit to this country, after an absence of twelve years.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The thanks of the Directors are presented to the For Rev. E. Solomon.-To Mrs. Natthew, Aberdeen, following, viz. :

for a box of apparel. For the Medical Mission, Hong-Kong.–To Mrs. For Rev. R. Moffat.-To Young Ladies connected

Williamson, Chester, for two boxes Medical with Rev. J. Pridie's Congregation, Halifax, Books.

For Rev. J. Gill, Somerset. - To Rev. J. L. Poore For Dr. Lockhart, Shanghai.-To the Ladies of the and Friends, Salford, for a box of useful articles.

Kingsland and Maberly Juvenile Missionary As- For Mrs. Williams's School, Upolu.-To the Stepsociation, for a case of fancy articles.

ney-green Ladies' Working Society, for a box of For Rev. J. Paterson.--To Miss Wright, for Col- wearing apparel. lyer's Lectures on Scripture Comparison.

For Rarotonga.–To Mrs. and Miss Fisher, BridgFor Mrs. Crisp, Bangalore – To Ladies' Missionary end of Perth, for a parcel of apparel.

Working Society, Sherbourne, for a box of use- For Queen Pomare. -- To Rev. S. Martin and ful articles.

Friends, Wells, for a box of useful articles. For Mrs. Porter's School, Madras. -To Great George- To Mrs. Davies, Kempton, for a box of clothing;

street and Crescent Chapel Ladies' Working So- to Miss Morton's Pupils, Perth, for a parcel of use

ciety, Liverpool, for a box of useful articles. ful articles; to Friends in Ireland, per Rev. J. For Rev. R. C. Mather's School, Mirzapore.-To Hands, for a parcel of useful articles; to the

Friends at Cheltenham, per Mrs. Guinness, for a Queen-street Sunday-school, Sheffield, for a box case of wearing apparel.

of apparel; to Mrs. V. Dent, for a parcel of frocks For Rev. J. Abbs, Neyoor.-To Rev. J. K. Foster, and pinafores; to Mr. J. Robertson, for a box of for a parcel of books.

books; to Mrs. Evans, for a parcel of clothing; to For South Africa. - To Ladies connected with Mrs. Godfrey's children for a package of useful ar

Congregational Church Montrose, for a Box of ticles; to E.L., Norwood; to Mrs. Penny; to a Friend; apparel; to the Sunday-school, Lynn Regis, for 10 Mr. Ricketts; to Miss Hunt; to Mr. R. Bar. a parcel of apparel; to Capt. Wanchope, for a nelt; to Mrs. Newbald ; to Mrs. Linsell; to Mr. box of Publications.

Large; to Mr. Rutt; to Mrs. J. R. Burton; to Mr. For Rev. W. Elliott.-To the British School, Brus- G, Poland; to Mr. J. Boon; to Miss Temple; to sington, for a parcel of pinafores, &c.

Mr. W. T. Butler; to Mrs. Allen; to Mr. W. Hali; For Rev. R. B. Taylor, South Africa.-To Mrs. and to Mr. C. Goodall, for volumes and numbers of

Johnson and Friends, Hemelhempstead, for a the Evangelical Magazine, and other Publications. box of useful articles.

8. d.

......... 58 12

ANNIVERSARY COLLECTIONS, May 1847.
8. d.

£ s. d. Episcopal Chapel ........... 13 12 6 Chadwell-street

3 3 3 Maberly Chapel

............ 12 13 1 Surrey Chapra ................... 83 13 11 Clapham

43 17 7 Marlborough Chapel ...... 9 8 4 Tabernacle 50 17 3 Clapton ......

83 5 4 Mile End New Town...... 3 9 6 Exeter Hall 183 19 6 Claremont Chapel

8 New Court

7 10 6 Ditto, Two Friends from

Collier's Rents..................
94 O Norwood

10 1 0 the country, as an ex

Coverdale Chapel

9 0 4 Orange-street ............... 14 0 0 pression of confidence Craven Chapel

53 0 o'Oxendon-street

10 2 9 in the Directors .........500 0 o Croydon

12 3 o Pavement Chapel

5 4 2 Finsbury Chapel............ 23 10 3 Deptford

6
6 Pimlico ..........................

5 16 0 Poultry Chapel ............ 28 11 10 Ealing .......

3 9 3 Plaistow

8 10

0 Enfield

7 14
0 Poplar ....................... 37

7 4 Enfield Highway

5 Missionary Communion.

0 Poultry

59 3 5 Falcon-square 30 0 1 Putney

7 Sion Chapel

10 ........... 19 18

9
Fetter-lane
15 0 o Robert-street

19 4 Craven Chapel............... 14 0 0

Finchley
8 0 0 Sion Chapel

7 011 Falcon-square Chapel...... 13 09 Cottager's Chapel 5 4 3 Spa Fields

17 10 0 Surrey Chapel. 32 17 11

26 12

Finsbury Chapel....... Claremont Chapel

9 Stepney ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 22 2 28 0 3 Greenwich, Maize-hill ... 14 0 0 Stockwell ..................... 15

9 7 St. Thomas's-sq. Hackney 16 16 S Tabernacle

7 16 2 Tabernacle .....

28 15 11 Stockwell Chapel

14 8 1
Hackney, St. Thomas's-

Tottenham Court-road ... 27 10 0 Maberly Chapel

7 16 6
square

32 12 6 Tottenham and Edmon-
Tottenham Court road
Hammersmith, Broadway 417 0 ton

0 Chapel

15 15

0
Ebenezer Chapel......... 8 0 2 Tooting

15 3 8 Hanover Chapel, Peckham 17 9 0 Hare Court Chapel....

10 6 6 Totteridge.

12 4 3 Trevor Chapel, Chelsea... 16 6 10

Harley-street, Bow
8 0 o Union-street

6 5 Greenwich Tabernacle.... 5 5 6

Holloway
21 14 o Walthamstow

19 15 0 Westminster Chapel 10 0 0 Holywell Mount........... 16 0 0 Walworth

76 4 2 Islington, Lower-street... 18 4 8 Weighhouse.................. 54 16 6 Collections, 16th May. Union Chapel

73 7 0 Well-street

......... 15 13 10 Aldermanbury 4 10 Barnsbury Chapel

4 9 Whitefield Chapel

9 12 Abney Chapel ............... 14 9 10 Jewin-street...................

14 0 0 Barbican 42 1 o Kensington .................. 29

5 9

Total... 2,450 11 7 Bethnal Green 12 7 8 Kingsland

26 7 11 Bishopsgate 24 13 8 Latimer Chapel

............ 15

0 0 Brentford 3 11 1 Lewisham .....................

5 11 4

........ II 10

......

...... 23

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS,
From the 1st March to 13th April, 1847, inclusive-continued.

Adelphi Chapel, Rev. W.

WALES. Woodhouse ....... 14 3 Carnarvonshire, per Rev. Kingsland, Rev. T. W.

W. Williams:
Aveling.....................171 18 2 Carnarvon-

W. Roberts, Esq.
Bethel .........
Ebenezer and Bozrah ..
Pisgah

1 0 0 5 4 5 4 15 7 1 2 6

Tre wcn ..................
Ebenezer .............*

Saron ....

Rhiw ...........

£ 8. d.
£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. R. Roberts, Esq.

1 3 0 Sammah and Nebo......... 5 10 10 Morgan Williams, Esq. 0 12 0 Penygroes........ 1 0 01 Aberhosan

8 3 0 Conway...................... 3 0 0 Welshpool

8 15 0

113 14 4 Hebron 0 15 4 Brecon, Glamorgan str.

Less expenses and
Capel Helyg

0 14 0
Chapel

8 14 0
Home Mission..........

5 19 8 Beulah

0 10 0 Foel 011 0 Per Mr. D. Williams

107 14 8 Brecon Plough Chapel. 5

6 10 19 15 10 Brychgoed

3 18 7

Llandovery, Salem Chap. 4 0 Less expenses

0 4 0 Siloam, Aberyskir 0

7 8 Cardiganshire, per Rev. Libanus ditto

0 10 6

D. Davies
15 11 10 Cwmwysk
2 0 9

5
Rhydybont ..............

0 6 Beniah Talybont 1 0 2

15 8 6 Pwllheli 8 0 9 Skithrog ditto .......... 1 2 10

1 0 Merthyrlynog

0 14 10
Hawen ...

53 1 Denbighshire and Flint.

Bethania

0 9 2
Tynygwndwn

4 2 2 shire, per Rev. I. Har

Beulah

1 5 0
Horeb

20 0 3 ries

Troedyrw]dar

3 14 1
Llanbadarn

4 14 10 Denbigh 24 12 4 Silem 0 8 6

5 99 For Mrs. Hill's School 1 0 0 Rev. E. Williams

0 5 0
Penrhiwgaled

26 12 Llangwfyan 1 11

0 0 Cerrigcadam

0 14 1
Aberystwith...

13 11 5 Moelfre and St. George 3 15 6

Ffaldybrenin

S 10 Rhosllanerchrygog...... 5 2

9 4

21 18 0
Neuaddlwyd

14 10 0 0 16 0 Less expenses ..........

0 0 7
Pencadair .....................

3 18 Siloam

0 0 6 6

Brynmair

6 Pentre Llynycymer

8 0 0 10 0

21 17 5 St. Asaph

Cardigan 1 5 3

.................. 20 16 Rt. Hon. Lord Moetyn 20 0 Siloam Llanelly

8 10 0

203 3 9 Holywell Tabernacle ... 2 2 6 Hay, Rev. D. Griffiths Harwood

Less expenses ..............

01 0 9 0 10 0 and Family

1 1 0 MostynCarmarthenshire, per Mr.

202 13 0 Hon. E. M. L. Mos

J. Lewistyn (M.P.) 1 0 0 Baen ycoed 12 14 Cardigan, Hope Chapel... 19

3 0 Sion 0 1 61 Trelech

39 13 1 Mold 13 10 7 Fynonbeder

Glamorganshire Auxili

2 14 9 Canna

ary Society, per Rev.

3 4 1
58 13 6

E. Griffiths-
Abergwyly
2 0 0

011 Cefncoedcymar

0 Less expenses ........... 10 15 0

Peniel ........
15 10 5 Llanbaran.................

13 2 8 Mr. Griffiths and Fa

Treyrhos

1 0 6 47 18 6 mily, Dryslwynfawr. 4 0 0

Maendy

1 0 0 Hermon

1 10 0
Llanharry................

011 0 Pennal 1 14 6 Panteg 6 8 5

0 17 6 Collections by Rev. C.

Perygraig..

5 16 5
Norston......

0 5 3 JonesBethlehem, St. Clears 11 16 6

Llantisant

0 12 0 Dinas Mowddie 7 6 11 Lammas-street Chapel. 22 14 9

Aberdare, Ebenezer 1 0 6 Bethesda 4 6 1

Salem

0 4 0 Rhydymain 3 4 0

128 2 7
Carinel

0 7 2 Brithdir

1 6 8
Less expenses

0 11 10
Canaan

5 1 0 6 15 6

Neath Summerfield 10 1 0 Ganllwyd 1 19 6

127 10 9
English Baptist Cha. 018

8 Penystreet 1 1 6

Pendarren, Horeb 1 16 4 Llangwril ......

1 10
6 Per Rev. D. Rees-

Melin-y-cwrt

1 15 0 Dyffryn 2 5 0 Sardis, Kidwelly

2 0 9
All wen..................

0 10 0 Bala

1 5 8
Crw bin .....................

3 10 8
Carmel ......................

1 0 0 Rhydymain

3 4 7
Poniyberem....
5 0 0 Clydach ......

6 8 7 Dolgelly

4 0 0
Gwynfau and Salem 12 0 8 Cwmllynfell...

6 8 9 Brithdir

2 1 5
Perygroes.........
1 15 0 Glyn Neath ..

9 14 6 Llanelltyd.........

1 2 6
Milo

0 13 6 Ynyscedwyn Iron Llanuwchllyn

2 7 6
Bethlem .....................
3 0 0

1 0 0
471. 13s. 4d.
Capel Isaac ................

1 14 0 Llanfabon, Libanis...... 1 7 3 Montgomeryshire, per

Penybank
1 8 0 Swansea, Ebenezer

8 S Mr. R. Tibbot

Llandilo, Tabernacle ... 5 0 3 Beulah ................... 2 3 11 Crypybar ......

9 3 8

• 78 0 5 Carno...... 2 1 9 Abergorlech

5 5 0 L'anbrynmair 30 19 8 Llangadoc

4 8 0* Including 267. previously acLlanfair...................

2 15 0 Sardis and Mothvey 2 0 5 knowledged. Penuel ....................

2 3 6
Llansadwrn ......

4 15 1 Swansea Auxiliary SoSiloh ......

2 2 0
Tabor......................

21 6 cietyLlansaintfraid........... 4 4

Henllan..........
16 5 1 Rev. s. Phillips

1 0 0 Llansilin

1 0
Llanboidy ................

7 10 1 J. H. Vivian, Esq.,
Llandiloes
2 12 10
2 127 M.P.

2 2 0 Llanrhaiadr 9 3 0 Bethel 2 13 0 Public Meeting

6 15 0 Llanfyllin .................. 24 15 8 Soar

2 0 0 Castle-street Chapel, E. 18 1 2 Llangynog 2 15 0 Llwynygwydd Sunday.

J. for China

2 0 0 Penllys 010 0 school

1 12 0 Lady Huntingdon's Newtown ..................

3 0
Rama...

1 0 0 Chapel .................. 27 17 4 Penarth....... 6 11 11 Nazareth 0 19 3 For China...

2 0 Jerusalem ................. 4 7 3 Rehoboth

5 3 6 For the Missionary Sardis 2 18 6 1 18 0 Ship

08 1 Main, Meifod, and Pen

Jerusalem.

013 2

607. 48. 7d. trebeirdd

1 0 0 Llanelly Capel Als Col. 5 19 2 Cwmavon, Zion Chapel... 6 0 0 1048. 191, 4d.

Rev. D. Rees

1 0 0
Hirwaun ... ... ... ******

4 0 0

Bethesda ...............

Towyn ............

Works .....

... 12

Carvan ...........

Carmel ............

......

. d.
£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. Gower, Lady Barham's

Juv. Mis. Society, for

Hutchesontown Relief Chapel 1 16 6 Rarotonga....

0 10 0 Church, for Tahiti ... 3 4 11 For the Missionary Do. for Indian Orphan

Irvine Sab.-sch. for the Ship 06 0 Refuge

0 5 0 Missionary Ship ..... 1 0 0 21. 2s. 6d. Cowgate Seces. Church

Kilmarnock Relief Ch. 5 0 0 Pembrokeshire Juv. Mis. Soc. for Nat.

0 Welsh

Lanark Pub. Meeting 1 13

Tea. W. Bruce.......... 10 0 0 Port Dundas, Mr. J.
District, per Rev. J.
Griffiths-
Roberton Relief Cong.

Cooper's Class, for

0 0 Penygroes per Mr. J. Hamilton 2

0 10 0 ............... 15 0

Rarotonga..... 0 Berynberian

Friends in Blairgowrie,
20 18

Regent-place Seces. Ch.
Juv, Society......

3 0 Glandwr per Rev.John Tait... 2 0 0

0 18 5 0

1 5 Hebron and Nebo

Saltcoat's Relief Ch....

1 Miss Gray's Class in

30 0 0 Gedeon ......................

2 0
Free St. Mary's Sun-

Trade's Hall Pub. Meet.
0

for Tahiti Llansilio

day-sch. for Mis2 4 ]

5 16 4

2 12 4
Trewyddel
3 10

Tradestown, Boxin Mrs.
sionary Ship.........
0
J. Duncan,
Esq. for
Millar's School

1 0 Fishguard and Rhosy

0 Rarotonga

1 1 0 Ladies' Association ...... 18 12 6 caerau 11 3 1

1 0 Trefgarn

0
Rev. Dr. H. Grey
17 3 3

Bridgetown Juv. Soc.

0 10 0 Bridgend R. Kinniburgh, Esq....

for Nat. Tea. in Af.
0 0

1
Dr. Keith ...
1 0

0 St. David's

0 12 17

rica, R. Simpson ...... 10 0

1
Mrs. Buchanan
0 0

4 Solva ....

0

Kilsyth Relief Church 1

...... 14 10

0 1 1

J. Gibson, Jun. Esq.
Newport

0
6 0 0
J. Cornwall, Esq. 1 0 0

366 3 0
1571. 10s. 6d.
Rev. Dr. John Brown... 0 10 6 Less expenses .............

0 19 6 Pembrokeshire English

Mrs. Admiral Tait...... 0 10 0
District, per Mr. T.
Captain Clephan, R.N. 05 0

365 3 6 Beynon:

Miss Smith

0 10 0 Haverfordwest

J. A. Fullarton, Esq.... 2 2 Glasgow Juv. Aux. per
Tabernacle
84 6 2 Rev. Dr. Paterson ......

1
1 0

Mr. Duncan Stewart ... 30 0 0 Albany Chapel......... 9 1 0 J. B. Tod, Esg.

0 10

6 Missionary Box of James Tenby

20 18 0
J. Dunlop, Esq.

2 0 0

and Pembroke.. 9 9

Agnes
0

Russell,
W. A. Thomson, Esq. 010 6
Pembroke Dock .........

Rutherglen, for the
18 18 7 Mrs. Hair...........

0 5 0 Wolfsdale 8 7

Girl's School of their 1 Mr. G. Yule..............

0 10 6 Sardis.... 1 8 3

uncle, James Russell, Sandersfoot 3 17 5

Nagercoil

10 2 11

34 15
Keyston ...................
2 2

Humster, Mr. B. Cor-
Less Gen. Exps. of Aux. 21 8

mack

2 0 0 Rosemarket..............

0 16 6 Little Haven

Inverkeithing, per Mr. T. 2 0 6

32 13 8

Law, for Nat. Teacher 10 10 0 Narberth and Bethesda 13 0 Col. by Miss Finlay's

Langholm Relief Church 1 0 0 Young Ladies, for Nat.

174 5 0 Girls at Salem, Louisa,
Less expenses ............. 13 10 6 Harriet, and Lucy 10 0 0

Leith, per Rev. F. Muir-
J. I.

1 0 0

Collections at Meetings, 160 14 6 A Friend, per Rev. W.

on the Ordination of
Swan, for Pilgrim's

Mr. Muirhead, and
Progress in Malagasy 0 100 presentation of books
SCOTLAND.
Falkirk, for Nat. Tea.

to him

5 17 6 John Craig Aberdeen Female Aux.

10 0

Mr. Methuen and family, 0

for the Chinese ScripSoc.

26 8 5 Fraserburgh, Mr. J.Park,
for Nat. Tea, in Africa,

tures ..........

1 17 6 Per Mr. George King

Lawrance Park Scivas Bible and Mis

6 10 0

71. 158. sionary Society 1 10 6 Fife Central Bible Society

Newcastleton Seces. Ch. 4 2 4 A Friend in Aberdeen,

for the circulation of

Nigg, Col. in Parish Ch. the Scriptures in China 5 0 0 two donations .......... 10 0 0

by Rev. Dr. Legge...... 1 16 0 Free Trinity Church 0 7 6

Portobello United Seces. Tough Soc. for Propa

Missionary Society..... 4 0 0 Glasgow, Aux. Soc. per J. gating the Gospel .... 1 10 0 Risk, Esq.

Rothesay Monthly Mis. Children in Mr. Hill's

Prayer Meeting ........ 1 10 0 Subscriptions

37 90 School, Queen-street 0 12 0

Stromness United Seces.
Trustees of the late Mr.
141.

Church ...

5 0 0 Robert Gilchrist, be

Stuartfield, Youth's Soc.
Aberdeen, Children in

ing part of one-half
of the residue of his

for Religious Purposes 1 100 George-street Sabbath

estate

...2000 0

0 school, for Mis. Ship... 3 0

IRELAND

2 Craigdam Seces. Church 5 0 0

Airdrie, Public Meeting 2 14 Bankhead Sab.-school

Hibernian Aux. Soc. per
0 5 2

Blantyre Works Sab-
bath-school

1 0 0 Rev. J. Hands............350 0 0 Dalkeith Congregational Church

9 10 0

Cambridge-st. United
Seces. Church

5 0 0 Dundee

GUERNSEY. E. Baxter, Esq.

50 0 0

Campbell-street (East)
United Seces. Sab-

Aux. Society-
Ward Chapel, per Mr.

bath school
0 13 8 Subscribers

30 1 6 Low

10 00
For Nat. Tea, D. Rus-
Mr. D.Johnston's Bible

A Friend, by Rev. J. S.
097
Hine .....................

10 0 0 sell, and W.Baxter,

4 A. B. ........

0 0 per Mr. G. Rough., 2000 Eaglesham United As

By Collectors ....... soc. Cong. for South

18 17 ] Seas

4 0 0 Missionary Communion 2 14 7 George-street Chapel,

0 Edinburgh Aux. Soc. per

Anniversary Meeting... 14 4 Society for Religious

St. Martin's ............... G. Yule, Esq.

3 12 0 58 14 10

Purposes Potterow Seces. Church

St. Saviour's........ 2 14 1 Cong. Mis. Society ... 2 0 0 Hamilton First Relief

After Sermon, by Rev.
Melrose Seces. Cong.

Chureh .....10....
1 0 0 Dr. Leifchild

6 13 1

Class ....

8. d.

£ 8. d.
£

£ s. d. Eldad Chapel

1
16 19
For Sarnian School..

8

5 00 Less exps. & Premium ... 4 12 For Rarotonga.......... 6 7 0

150 13 4

38 12 1 For Kat River.......... 2 2 0 Less exps. & Premium... 13 2 10

Rev. F. Perrot and friends 5 8 Por Wid. and Or.Fund 2 2 0

0

137 12 6 For Chinese Medical

BRUSSELS.
Mission ...............
1 1 0
JERSEY

Aux. Soc. per Mr. C. G.
For Queen Pomare... 1 1 2

H. Davis ................. 10 9 4
For Sarnian School. 5 0 0 English Aux. .... 42 13 11
For Queen Pomare .... 0 10 10

HOBART TOWN.
New-street Chapel...... 12 2 11

H. Hopkins, Esq.

20 00 For Rarotonga......... 6 7 6

43 4 9

......... 22 10

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Contributions from 22nd April to 10th June. S. Mills, Esq. (dec.) ........

88 19 0 Legacy of late Mr. James Middleton by Youlgreave 2 5 0 Mrs. A.C. Blagrove 20 0 0 Bull, per Messrs. AstDo. for Chinese Mission.. 50 0 o bury and Selby

45 0 0

Devonshire. B. Claypon, Esq.

12 0 0 Legacy of late Mrs. PrisMr. J. Hinchliff ............ 10 0 0 cilla Vivian, per Mr.

Ashburton

17 16 10 A. Z. 10 0 0 H. S. Hatchard

Tiverton, as an expression Mrs. Broadley Wilson ... 10 10 0

of confidence in the DiJ. Kuck, Esq. (L.S.) ...... 10 10 0

Bedfordshire.

rectors of the Society... 12 0 0 Mrs. Derby

10 0 o Bedford Old Meeting 28 12 2 J. W. T. South Devon ... 10 0 0 Collected by Mrs. Goff,

Ditto, for China ......... 10 0 0 from a few young

Berkshire, people 7 0 0

Gloucestershire W. Åstbury, Esq.

5 5

Maidenhead Juv. Assoc.

0 Rev. Dr. Steinkopff 5 0 0

Cong. Chapel, for Chil

Per Rev. B. Backhouse-
D. S.

2 0 0
dren at Bangalore, to

Berkeley

1 14 0 A. R. W.

2 10

be called Thomas Da0

Cirencester ...................

4 17 2 Young Ladies at Mrs.

vies, John Robinson,

Stonehouse

14 8 0 Boyes's, John's Wood .. 1 0 0 William Leaver, Joseph

201. 198. 2d. Peter O'B.

1 0 0

Poulton, Sarah Pearce,
Mr. Short's Mis. Box...... 11 3
Martha Haycraft, and

Hampshire.
0 18

21 Collected by H. M. S.

Emily Cooper 0

0 0

Fareham Sunday-school.. 6 3 0

For Mr. and Mrs. SugAnonymons, for the Chinese Mission ......... 25 0 0

den's Schools, BangaFor the Canarese Boy,

lore....

5 6 10

Hertfordshire. Geo. Campion 3 0 0 267. 68. 10d. St. Albans...

11 18 0 Aliquis's Children, for the Windsor, Legacy of late

For Chinese Mission 0 10 0
Ship

0 4 3
Mrs. Sarah Marsh, per

Por South Sea Ship...... 0 6 0
T. Cahusac, Esq......
10 0 0

121. 148.
Collections at Juvenile Meelings
for the John Williams,
Buckinghamshire.

Kent. Finsbury Chapel............ 14 6 10 Great Missenden, Mrs.

Ashford, Countess of Hunt-
Eastern Institution

8 15 8
Honner
1 0 0 ingdon's Chapel

6 197
231. 2s.6d.
Miss Ferron, for China 1 0 0

Canterbury, Mr. W. Bow-
Miss Jones, Clifton-place,

man, Jun. for Nat. Boy, Marsh Gibbon, Indept.

3 John Bowman...

0 Camberwell, for the Dis

0 tress in Africa...

1

Church
0 0
3 8 0

0
Lenham....

3 13 Collier's Rents, Juv. As

Lewisham, Cong. School 0 15 6 sociation .... 1 10 4

Tunbridge, W. Gorhamn,

Cambridgeshire. Ebenezer Chapel, Bethnal

Esq.

(L. S.) 10 10 0 Fulbourn..... Green 1 3

2 10 1

0 Hackney, Well-street, per

Lancashire.
Miss Collison

1 1 6
Cheshire.

Lancaster Aux. Soc. per

E, Dawson, Esq......... o Stockport, Orchard-street,

68 14 11 John-street, Bedford-row 50 0

0 10 Mr. Pearson....

0 Mr. R. Kenneth, for

For Nat. Tea. R. Bous-
field

10 0 0 China.........

3 3 o Tarvin, Legacy of late
Mr. R. Littler, per

For Rarotonga.....

8 7
531. 3s.
Messrs. Augior and

For Wid. and Or. Furid 2 10
Park Chapel, Camden town

Dutton, less duty

0 0

For Missionary Ship. 1 15 1 Miss Gibson's Box....... 0 8 6

Garstang

10 0 0 Miss Lane's Class

017
6

1011. 78. 6d.
11. 6s.

Cumberland.

Liverpool, Mr. E. Lewis, Poultry Chapel Aux, in

Penrith, W. Parker, Esq. 11 0 per D. Davies, Esq. 5 0 0 cluding Sermons, 16th

Mr. Jollie

0 10 0 Seacome Ellison, Esq. May, on account.........200 0 0

11, 11s.

per Miss Morrison, for Robert-street Aux. ditto 50 0 0

the Medical Institution Scotch Church, Pell-st.... 1 18 10

Derbyshire.

at Hong Kong

20 0 0 Sion Chapel Aux. on acco. 15 0

0 Melbourne

2 14 3

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Further Contributions unavoidably postponed.

Tyler and Reed, Printers, Bolt-court, London.

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