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STOCKTON ON TEES.

It is with much pleasure we announce that sionary from the Şandwich Islands, gave the sum raised by this Auxiliary during the very interesting details of the triumphs of last year was 17001. 158. 7d., an amount the Gospel in that part of the world. exceeding any former year by 4751. 14s. 5d. Addresses were given by the Rev. Messrs. This is truly encouraging, when we consider Freeman, Thonger, Winterbottom, Davidthe commercial embarrassment by which the son, &c. &c. On the following Lord's Day, larger part of that period has been marked; two excellent Sermons were preached on it is, however, to be attributed to the esta- behalf of the Society by Rev. Messrs. Ellis blishment of Congregational Brunch So- and Freeman; and in the afternoon of the cieties, by whose instrumentality applica- same day, the ordinance of the Lord's Suption is made to EVERY individual for one per was administered to stated communicants penny per week.

These Associations of all denominations of Christians who have proved most efficient, having added, chose to attend. The attendance upon the in the first year of their operation in this whole of the services was highly respectable; city, 6761. 15s. ld. to the funds of this, and we feel a pleasure in being able to say, Society. They are conducted by Ladies that it has been one of the most interesting principally, and are well worthy of universal Missionary Anniversaries that has been held adoption.

at Brigg. The collections amounted to

upwards of 361. On Tuesday, Sept. 21, in the afternoon, a

DOWN, IRELAND. public meeting of the Stockton Branch

The Annual Meeting of ihe Down Society, Society was held in the Independent Chapel, Auxiliary to the London Missionary Society, West Řow. The Rev. H. Pemble presided, was held on the 9th of November, a: Banand the Meeting was addressed by Rev. A. bridge. The room, capable of containing Creak, of Yarmouth, W. Ellis, G. Gollop, several hundreds, was crowded to excess, W. Leng, and 'W. Lord (Wesleyan), &c.

by persons of different denominations, anú The same day, in the evening, an impressive of all classes. Major Reney, of Mount discourse was preached by the Rev. A. Panther, was called to the chair: and after Creak; each of the services was well the Report of the Society was read, motions attended, and highly interesting. We are

on the general importance of missions, the glad to state, that the collections exceeded

peculiar claims of the London Missionary Sothose of last year, notwithstanding the

ciety, the pleasure enjoyed in the exertions depression which has been of late felt in

and success of other Societies, and the commerce.

utility of Deputations, were moved and

seconded by the Rev. Messrs. Rogers, PaterThe Second Annual Meetings of the Sussex son, Carlile, M Mahon, Johnson, Davis, Auxiliary were held at Brighton on the 17th Rutherford, and Cook, and Henry Hamilton, and 18th of October. The Rev. Jobu Clay- Esq. Interesting and impressive statements ton, jun., and the Rev. T. Adkins preached on the melancholy condition of men destion the occasion, and assisted at the Public tute of the blessings of the Gospel, were Meeting, in which also the Rev. Dr. Philip, brought before the Meeting; whilst the Rev. Mr. Nott, Rev. Dr. Winter, Rev. J. fixed and animated attention of the audiYockney, Rev. J. N. Goulty, Rev. J. Dry- tory indicated deep interest and general den, Rev. W. Davis, and Mr. W. Penfold, satisfaction. It is hoped that the protook part. Thos. Walker, Esq. in the chair, ceedings of the day will tend, through The Rev. Dr. Winter presided at the mis- the Divine blessing, to impress the minds sionary communion, in wbich, together with of many with the importance of their own the above-mentioned ministers, the following personal saivation, as well as with the duty also assisted :- Rev. J. Turnbull, Rev. J. incumbent on all to whom Christ is preached, Edwards, Rev. J. Chapman, Rev. Mr. to aid in sending the glorious Gospel of the Young, and Rev. Mr. Osborn (Wesleyan). blessed God to heathen and other unenlightThe Report of the past year was bighly satis- ened nations. factory, and the collections at the Anniver- The following Resolution, which the sary gave renewed proof of continued interest. Secretary was requested to transmit to the

Parent Society, passed unanimously :-
ERIGG.

That as Deputations have been found On Friday, the 20th of October, the useful in other Societies, and the last DepuNinth Anniversary of this Missionary Society tations of Rev. Messrs. Reeve and Townley, was held in the Independent Chapel. In Missionaries, were found peculiarly so, we the afternoon, the Rev. J.J. Freeman, of recommend it to the Parent Society to send Kidderminster (who, with the Rev. W. over, in the ensuing summer, another DeEllis, attended as the Deputation from the putation, one member of which, if possible, Parent Society), delivered an impressive ser- may have been a Missionary; and we pledge mon. In the evening, the Public Meeting ourselves to use our exertions to promote was held, when the Rev. W, Ellis, Mise their success,

SUSSEX.

"To the London Missionary Society we lively and serious feeling, and long will the owe, in a great measure, the first impulse season be remembered by those who had felt in favour of missions; and the liberality the happiness of being present on the ocof its principles, the extent of its operations, casion. The collection was liberal, and an and the eminent success with which the interest was excited on behalf of the MisLord has favoured its exertions, give it a sionary cause which encourages the hope high place in our esteem and affections." of the most pleasing results.

During the months of October, Societies SPA-FIELDS CHAPEL AUXILIARY MISSIONARY SOCICTY.

were formed, through the active exertions

of the Rev. Henry Townley, at the following The Second Annual Meeting of this places--in the county of Cornwall and Devon, Society was held in Spa-Fields Chapel on

viz. At Launceston, Rev. J. Barlett; Gramthe 14th ult. The Rev. Matthew Wilks pound, Rev. Mr. Hart; Tregony, Rer. took the clair. The Meeting, which was Mr. Hart; Mevagissey, Rev. T. Childs ; St. numerously attended, was addressed by the

Columb, Rev. G. Oke ; Torpoint, Rev.J. Rev. Messrs. Kirby, Arundel, H, Townley, Shepherd; and at Beeralston, Devon, Rev. Rook, Ellis, Smith, Blackburn, and Ste- J. E. Trevor ; the Societies at Truro, Penvenson, and evinced, by a liberal contribu

zance, Falmouth, Penryn, St. Austell, Lostion at the doors, the interest in the cause

withiel, Fowey, at Princess-street, Deof missions, which the animated addresses

vonport, and at Wellington, Fulwood, and of the speakers had excited.

Taunton, have been re-organized, and in most of these places Sunday School Associations have been formed.

FORMATION OF NEW SOCIETIES.

YARM-YORKSHIRE.

NOTICE. On the 22nd of September, à Meeting was held at Yarm (being the first ever

SOUTH SEAS. held there in connexion with the London Missionary Society) for the purpose of

The relatives and friends of the Society's forming a Missionary Association. The Missionaries in the South Sea Islands, are Rev. lf. Pemble was called to the chair, respectsully informed, that the Directors and addresses were delivered by Rev. W. will be able to send out packages, intended Ellis, C. Gollop, R. Emmett (Wesleyan), for that destination, in a vessel which is and W. Leng. The place was much crowded, expected to sail early in January next. and deep attention paid to the several From the unavoidable shortness of this nospeakers. The details which Mr. Ellis gave tice, it will be necessary that the utmost of the awfully degraded state of the inbabi. expedition should be observed by such per. tants of the Sandwich Islands, before their sons as are desirous to avail themselves of reception of the Gospel, and the happy this opportunity. The packages should be change which, under the Divine influence, addressed to the care of the Rev. John has been thereby effected, was particularly Arundel, Home-Secretary, Mission House, affecting. Every countenance bespoke a No. 26, Austin Friars, London.

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS.

05 The Officers of Auxiliary Societies are respectfully and earnestly requested to

accompany their Remittances with correct Lists, having the Names of Places and Persons alphabetically arranged, as they appear in the Society's Annual Report.

[Colleetions, Anonymous Donutions, and all other Donations of £5, or upwards, received

from 16 October, to 16 November 1826.]

IN LONDON AND ITS VICINITY.

Camberwell. --Mrs. Pirie, Old Coins sold.

W. E... Bermondsey.J. S. (Don.)

20 0 o Missionary Box, by Mr. J. Riddle....... Wilberforce, W. Esq. (Don.)

5 5 0 M, E.

6 8 9 1 1 • 100

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CONTRIBUTIONS FROM VARIOUS PARTS OF THE

Brought forward 100 1 2 240 3
UNITED KINGDOM,

Muston. Rev. Mr. Nicholls .. 4 8 2
Scarbro'.-Rev. S. Bot.

1 Cheshire.--Heaton..--Workmen em

tomley..

28 12 6 ployed by the Exec. of the

1

Missionary Boxes .. late Messrs. J. Brown and

5 7
Son.--viz.

Baptist Chapel..... 8 4 9
Grove Mill...
8 10 0

38 2 10
Sheepwash

6 10 0

Less Expenses

0 10 0
15 00

37 12 10
Macclesfield.--Ebenezer Chapel.
Collected by Mrs. Arnold

Skipsea.--Rev. J. Sykes

6 1 3 1 11 10

148 3 Ditto, Miss Rathbone

3 8 2
5 00

388 6 Dorsetshire.--Blandford. - A Female Wiltshire Friend, by Mr. Roe .

5 00
Blandford Ladies' Ass...Rev. B. Keynes.

Huddersfield ..- Friends, for the Support
Contributions

of the Native Teacher Henry Venn. "oth
38 14 11
Payment

10 0 Northern Tour.—Collections, &c. by Rev. Messrs. Creak and Ellis.

Essex Auxiliary Society.-William Durham-Rev. J. Mathe.

Rankin, Esq. Treas., W. H.

Pattisson, Esq. and Rey. Al-
43 3 6
Less Expenses

gernon Wells, Secs.
0 7 0

Abbot's Roding Association.

42 16 6 Bishop's Wearmouth.

Rev. Mr. Corbishley. - Mr.

Treas.

Portway,
-Salem Chapel..

10 2 6
4 2 0
Barnard Castle.-Darlington.

Little Baddow - Rev. S. Morell.
48 17 U*

Annual Subs....... 4 18 6
Sunderland.-Rev. D.
Duncan..

Penny-a-Week Assoc. 7 11 6
18 9 10

Collection....

1 6 1
Rey. T. Stratten 57
1 10

13 16 1
75 11 8

Billericay.-Rev. J. Thornton.
Less Expenses 3 13 6

Collected at Miss.
71 18 2
Prayer Meetings.

8
South Shields. Rev. R. Cham-

Penny-a-week Col.. 5 10 4 berlain

9 0 0

Annual Subcrips. 7 4 0
NorthShields.-Rev.W.H.Stowell 18 5 2

17 6
Stockton. Rev. Mr.
Pemble.

Bocking.--Rov. T. Craig.
21 11 0
Less Expenses

26 15 0

Subscriptions 1 0 0

Collection after Ser-
20 11 0

mon by Rey. J.
215 9 10
Arundel

13 11 Northumberland.- Newcastle-upon

Collected by
Tyne. -Mr. T. Bonner, Treas.

Misses Fordham and
Postern New Chapel.-
Rev. R. Davison ........

E. Joscelyne 5 7 2

10 6 8 General Meeting....

Miss Smith..

1 18 2 9 9 0

Mrs. Brown

1 14 8
Zion Chapel.—Rev. R. Gibbs.... 3 7 0
New Court Chapel.

Miss Lake ......

1 12 7 Rev. G, Sample..

M. Ralling 1 9 7 1 10 6

Mrs. Betts

1 8 8 24 13 2

1

Miss Craig Yorkshire.-Bridlington.-Rev. E.

6 9 Reeve.

1 6 0 Morley..

28 4 2

Mrs. Dixon

1 30 Ayton.-Rev.W. Hinmers.-Col

Miss Lambert

1 2 1 lected by Miss. Hantly

4 0 0

Suckling
North Allerton.-Rev.

0 17 2
Mrs. Sealey..

0 14 5
J. Benson
3 4 6

Miss Uawin.

0 14 0
Less Expenses
0 13 6

Pasfield

096 2 11 0

G.

0 4 6 Hornsea. - Rev. J.

Mr. Betts

1.5 4
Sykes
5 11 10

Cousins

0 18 U
Less Expenses
0 3 6

Clarke..

0 11 6
5 8 4

T. Shearcroft 08 8
Malton.-Rev. W. Greenwood... 7 8 10

Donation

0 2 0 Kirby Moorside.-Rev. W. East

Sun. School Teachers mead

1 1 6

for the Support of Pickering.-Rev. G. Croft

7 18 6

a Native Preacher 10 0 0 Staithes.-Rev. Mr. Hague

4 9 6

Collection after Pub-
Whitby.-- Rev. G.

lic Meeting

18 15 5
6 12 6

92 16 2
Rev. Mr. Blackburn 11 11 0
Public Meeting 12 00

Braintree-Rev. J. Carter.
Stainsacar Sab. Sch. 1 2 4

Miss. Association.. 34 195
5 10

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Miss. Prayer Meeting 19,5 Guisbro',-- Rev. S.

Sabbath School Girls 1 0 8
3 14 0

Boys. 0 10 2
Less Expenses 0 5 6

Collection after Ser.
3 8 6

mon by Rey. J. Stokesley.-Rev. W.

Arundel

4 10 6 Hinmers 4 10 0

Donations ....

2 10 0 Less Expenses 05 0

Annual Subscrips.. 6 6 0 4 5 0

51 6 2

Blair ........

Carried forward 100 1 2 240 3 0

Carried forward 185 51

* The Separato Amounts not having been furnished, particulars will appear in the next Chronicle.

Brought forward 437 4 2
Harwich. Rev. W. Hordle.
Contributions

14 0 0 Collection after Ser.

mon by Rev. H.
Townley

11 @ 0

25 00 Hatfield Heath. Rev. C. Berry

Male Branch.-Mr.J. Pavitt,
Treas.

Collected by
Mr. Cockitt

3 18 0 J. Hutchin 3 15 6 J. Pavitt..

3 7 4 D. Adams

1 15 8 Dewberry

1 2 6

13 19 0 Fema Branch.-Mrs.

J. Pavitt, Treas.

Collected by
Miss Lord

3 17 4
Mrs. P. Pavitt.

3 15 8 Miss Pavitt

2 14 6 Mrs. John Pavitt 3,0 2 Miss Dixon

1 14 8 A Friend

0 4 0 A poor Widow and

her Neighbours.. 08 0 Sabbath School. 1 5 8

17 09 Hedingham.-Rev. S. Steer. Penny-a-Week Association....

7 190 Annual Subscrips. 3 11 0

11 10 0 Henham Association.-Rev. J.

Dorrington
Collected by Miss

R. Dorrington ... 4 3 10
A Missionary Box.. 0 16 2

6 0 0 Ingatestone and Stock.-Rev. B.

Hayter.
Collected at the Missionary
Prayer Meetings....

7 10 Kelvedon. Rev. F. Hunwick.

Miss. Association 2 5 9
Annual Subscription 1 1 0

3 6 9
Maldon.-Rev. R. Burls.
Collection at General
Meeting..

64 90
Annual Subscrips... 15 3 6
Ladies' Asscciation. 10 16 9
Ladies for the Edu.

cation of three
Native Girls, at

Mrs. Mault's Sch.
: Nagercoil. - 2nd.

Payment ........ 7 100
Female Children in
Day School

0 13 3

98 12 6 Mersea.--Rev.J.C. Churchill and Friends..

3 26 Newport Association.-Rev. J.

H. Hopkins.-Mr, Gurson,
Treas.

Collected by
Mrs. Gursou

2 17 0
Miss Chipperfield 2 18 5
Mr. Debnam

2 11 6 Mr. Coot...

3 14

6
Miss Hopkins

6 2 0
Miss. Boxes of
Miss Cornell

0 6 0
Hopkins

0 11 9 Annual Subscription 1 1 0

20 2 2 Ongar.-Rev. I. Taylor. Missionary Association

5 2 0 Rochford. -Rev. G. Harris and Friends ..

2

Brought forward 1:6 5 11
Brentwood.- Rev. D. Smith.
Missionary Prayer
Meetings

4 14

0 Annual Subscrips... 1 10 @

6 40 (bolmsford.-Rev. J. Hunt,

Annual Subscrips .. 7 11 U
Weekly ditto .....

19 14 2 Mrs. Burrow's School 1 2 6 Rev. W. Podmore's

Missionary Box.. 0 15 0 Sundry Donations.. 0 17 6

30 0 2 Rev.J. Grey.

Aen. Subscrips., &c. 6 8 6
Collection...

27 0
Collected by
Mr. Abrey

0 10 0 G. Elliston 1 16 4 W. King

0 17 4 Miss H. Harrison .. 5 10 8 Sundries..

0 10 2

18 0 0 Clavering Juvenile Association.

Rev. J. B. Pearce.

Collected by
Miss Mumford... 2 19 0
M. Pavitt

21 3
Elgood..... 1 10 0
Pavitt

0 8 4 Mr. Medcalf.

4 15 0 Player.

1 11 6 Phipps..

0 14 3 A Friend

1 11 8 Collection

5 0 0

20 110 Cozgeshall.-Rev. A. Wells.

Missionary Association ....... 47 10 0
Colchester.-Rev. J. Savill.

Ladies' Association. 15 10 2
Annual Subscrips.. 14 12 6
Donations

2 06 Legacy by the late

Mr. Thomas King 100 0 Girls' Sun, School, 0 10 10

42 14 0
De lham.-Rev. R. Ashton.
Collections after Public Meeting

and Sermon by Rev. H.
Townley..

13 00 Dunmow Association.-Rev. R.

Frost.-Mr. W. Portway, Treas. Contributions, &c. . 10 9 0 Annual Subscrips.. 5 15 6

16 4 6 Finchingfield.-Rev. J. Bunter.

Collected by Mrs. Choat....

1 19 0 Miss Portway

27 5 Mrs. Gurson

2 3 6 Miss Jarvis

6 1 3
Messent.

3 15 11
M. A. Smith.. 0 15 0
Burder... 0 15 0
Hart...

0 14 0
Master J. Gatward. 1 06
A Friend, by Mr.
Choate

5 0 0

24 11 7 Fordhan.-Rev. J. Harris and Friends

5 0 0 Halsted. Rev. J. Bass.

Ann. Subscrips. &c. 15 13
Collection after Ser-

mon by Rev. J.
Arundel

8 3.0
Collected by Messrs.
R.

Sewell, S.
White, and T.
Cooper

4 66

28 30

8 13 1

Carried forward 437 4 2

Carried forward 656 22 Collected by Miss Thomber.

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Brought forward 656 2 2 Stebbing. Miss. Association Rev. J. Morison 10 18 4 Annual Subscribers. 4 4 0 Stebbing Mill Miss. Box

0 17 8

16 0 0 Stanford Rivers.-Rev. W. Temple. Missionary Association.

9 3 5 Stansted.-Rev. R. E, May.

Annual Subscriptions. 4 100
Collection...

1 3 1 Miss. Association 3 1 0 Produce of Miss.

0 19 6

9 13 6 Takeley-Collected by Rev. J. Hanson.

4 6 6 Terling. Rev. W. Kemp. Miss. Association .. 7 0 0 Annual Subscription 1 1 0

8 1 0 Tbaxted Association.

Late Rey.
J. Jennings.

Collected by
Mrs. A. Barnard 3 16 1
T. Franklin..

1 19

4 Mr. W. Franklin... 2 19 8 Alders.

4 14 11 Mrs. Jennings.. 2 13 4 Annual Subscrips.. 3 0 0

19 3 4 Weathersfield Association.

Rev. P. Sibree.

Collected by
Miss Barron

2 18 5
M. Bowtle.. 0 192
R. Church 2 10 10
Fitch

0 19 0
Howe.

0 8 6 Slade

1 17 10 E, Owers

2 11 5 Mrs. Sibree

7 17 9 Mr. Cornell

1 3 5 J. Fitch

070 Husler.

2 3 10
Jackson..

0 15 2
1 3 6

25 15 2 Wickford.-Collected by Rev. J. Mercer

2 4 9 Witham.-Rev. R. Robinson.

Ladies' Association. 8 18 G
Annual Subscrips... 10 9

1976

Brought forward 834 10 35 0 0
Ditto. After Sermon

and Sacramental
occasion, by Rev.
J. A. James .....

33 3 2 Ditto Ladies' Branch,

by Mrs. 0. Hey.
worth, Treas. 41 6 9

107 14 9
Russel-street Chapel.
Collections after

Sermons by Rov.
Messrs. Ellis and

Widdows.... 13 7 8
Ditto

at Public
Prayer Meeting . 8 7 5

21 15 1
Newington Chapel.
Collection after Sermon by Rev.
W. Enis ..

19 0 0
Great George-street
Chapel.-Colls, after

Sermons by Rev.
Messrs. James and
Dr. Raffles.....

92 10 0
Ditto at Public Meet.
ing

38 11 0
Ladies'Branch.-Mrs.

Raffles, Treas... 78 13 8
Sabbath SchoolGirls,

by Miss A Hurry 5 10 0
Boys, towards the

Support of a
School in China,
as per Chron.
Nov. 1825, by S.
Job.:

4 10 9
The Teachers, to.

wards the same
object, by T. Dick

10 16 5

230 11 10 Missionary Box in a Private Family

5 0 0 Contribution by a Servant .... 1 0 0 Samuel Hope, Esq. (Don.).

20 0 0 Misses Wilson and Higgins' Seminary.

1 15 0 Subscriptions

6 10 0 Great Crosshall-street

Chapel, by Mr. J.
Jones. – Penny-a.

Week Subscrip.. 31 4 2
Annual Subscrip... 0 10 6
Sunday School Boys 0 12 0
Miss. Boxes in a
small Family

50
Collection after Ser.

mon by the Rev.
Mr. Williams.... 8 7 8

40 19 4 Wigan.-Collec. after

Sermon by Rev.
Wm. Ellis

15 16 1
Penny-a-week Sub.. 8 14 2

24 10 3
Orrell.-Coll. after Pub. Meeting 6 0 0
Rainford.-Ditto after Sermon by
Rev. J. Whitridge

4 0 3 Hindley.- Rev. M.

Turner.- Collec-
tion after Sermon

by Rev. Dr. Raffles 3 15 2
Sabbath School Miss.
Boxes

1 16 0
Master S, Ormerod's
Miss. Box

1 10 6
Miss E. H.T..

0 4 4

7 6 0 Interest, &e. allowed.-By J. Job, Esq.

8 16 3

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Hampshire. Forton.-Legacy by the late Mr.

T. B. Barrow.-Less Duty.-Messrs. J.

Lainson, J. Meredith, and E. Jackson, Execs. 300 0 Kent Auxiliary Miss. Society. Mr. W. Shepherd, Treas.-On Account.

21 0 0 Lancashire.-Colne.-By Mr.J. Bell Balance, &c...

1 1 Friends, by Rev. H. Driver"... 2 2 0

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Less Expenses

589 18 9 21 1 11

3 11 0 Wilkinson

3 1 6 A

04 6

10 0 0 Lancashire.--West Auxiliary So

ciety.-J. Job, Esq. Treas. Liverpool.--A Friend, by Mr. T. B. Hayward .

10 0 0 North Meols Branch Society. By

Messrs. Linaker and Greatbach, Treas. .....

25 00 Bethesda Chapel.-

Colls, after Sermons
by Rev. Messrs
James, and Wid-
dows ...........

83 4 10
Carried forward 83 4 10 35 00

568 10 10

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