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£ s. d.
£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. Burley in Wharfdale 9 1 6 for Chinese Children 011 0

Mr. J. Miller ..............

] 1 0 Salem Sunday-sch. for

A Friend
0 7 6 Mrs. Murray

1 1 0 Rarotonga............... 1 3 0

41.
Miss Hutton....

1 0 0 Honley ..... 4 3 0 Leven

Rev. J. Wilson

r0 0 Huddersfield

Relief Church, Rev. Mr.

Mr. J. Ramsay

1 0 0 Ramsden-st. on account 67 15 3

Mitchell's, Collection 1 6 Messrs. W. & P. Arnott 1 1 0 Pontefract..... ............. 20 14 8

A Friend, per J. B....... 1 0 0 1621. 178. 5d. Elie

Mr. David Mackenzie.. 0 10 6 Fallingtoyd, near Hebden

Indept. Chapel, Rey.

Mr. David Ross

0 10 6 Bridge, Legacy of late

Mr. Mackenzie, Col.. 5 17 4 Mr. John Pullar ......... 0 10 6 Henry Foster, Esq. duty United Missionary Prayer

Mr. G. L. Cornfute...... 0 10 6 paid, per John and wi

Meeting.......... 3 0 0

Mr. R. Ross...............

010 6 liam Foster, Esqrs. Exe

81. 178. 4d.
Mr. J. Barlas .............

010 6 cutors...***...***.........2000 Dumfries-

Mr. Melville Jamieson 0 10 6 Indept. Chapel, Rev. J.

Mr. Jas. Annan

0 10 6 SCOTLAND.

Cameron, Collection 6 5 0 Messrs.J.and T. Forsyth 0 10 6 Free Church, Rev.W.B.

Messrs. J. Bower & Son 010 Remitted by Ree. George Christie.

6 Clarke

2 0 7 Mr. R. M. Lachlan 0 10 0 Stirling

Public Meeting in the

Mr. Chas. Law...........

0 10 0 Indept, Chapel, Rev. A. Indept. Chapel........... 2 2 9 Mr. J. Balmain

0 10 0 Russel, collection .... 8 0 0 Monthly Prayer Meeting,

Mr. T. Clark

0 10 0 Missionary Prayer MeetIndept. Chapel......... 1 4 10 Mrs. Aikman

0 10 0 ing

6 0 0
D. W. Stewart, Esq.
5 0 0 Mrs. M.Millan...

0 10 0 Thos. Gibbs, Esq. Stir

do.

Mrs. Samson

2 0 0 Collection at formation ling Castle............ 100 Mr. William Thomson 1 0 0

of Auxiliary

2 1 0 Mrs. Gibbs

0 10 0
Mr. James Halliday.

1 0 0

A Friend, per J. Garie 1 0 0 Master W. Russell's

Rev. James Cameron.. 0 10 0 Sums under 10s. ......... 12 8 6
Missionary box ........ 0 11 6 Mr. William Watts 0 10 6 Collections by the Depu-
Mr. E. Johnston... (D.) 0 6 9

Mr. D. Beveridge 0 15 0 tation
Free North Church, Rev.
Mrs. McRobert's Chil-

South Seces. Church,
A, Beith, Collection 7 7 11

dren's Missionary-box 0 17 6 Rev. J. Newlands 10 00 Seces. Church, St.John's, Preaching Station at

North do.
Rev. Messrs. Stewart
Crocketford, per Rev.

Rev. Dr. Young ......

4 16 4 and Steadman, Col... 3 17 0 J. McRobert............

0 6 11

Dr. Young's Mis. Asso-
271. 138. 2d.
A Friend

0 JO 0
ciation ...

10 0 0 Alloa

Sums under 108. ........... 1 11 0 Free St. Leonard's Ch.
Public Meeting, Seces.

257, 148, 1d.
Rev. J. Milne

4 11

0 Church, Rev. Mr. Mac Lockerby

West Church, Rev. Mr. Dowalls, Collection.. 4 6 6 Seces. Church, Rev.Mr.

Smith.....

1 18 9 Douglas, Col.

2 11 1

Independent Church ... 3 0 0 Dunfermline

Public Meeting in City Relief Church, Rev. Pro- Annan

Hall

9 14 0 fessor M.Michael, Col. 4 0 0 Seces. Church, late Rev.

841. 48. 7d. Indept. Chapel, Rev. Mr.

Mr. Dobbie's, Col. 5 0 4 Friends at Portobello, Thomson, Collection 3 8 4

to aid Rev. J. Read,
Queen Anne-st. Chapel,
Kircudbright-

Kat River, and his
Rev. Mr. Young, Col. 2 5 0
Seces. Church, Rev. Mr.

people

3 5 0 Free Abbey Church,

Wood, Col. ..............
2 1 6 Miss M'Claren, for do. 1

0 0 Rev. Mr. Philip, Public Meeting, Col....... 5 10 0 Creetown

238 7 4 Erskine Beveridge, Esq. Seces. Church, Rev. Pe

Less expenses ............ 10

8 11 (D.) 5 0 0

ter Hannay, Col. 2 6 9 Rev. Mr. Thomson (D.) 1 0 0 Col. by the Sabbath

227 18 5 Henry Inglis, Esq. (D.) I 0 0

school Teachers for Family Mission-boxes,

Rarotonga.............. 2 3 10 Ayr Relief Church......... 5 0 0 per Rev.Mr. Thomson 0 10 0

41. 108. 7d.
221, 138. 4d.
Stranraer-

Campbeltown Relief Ch.. 10 0 Inverkeithing

Seces. Church, Rev.Mr,

Juvenile Classes, per Secession Church, Col.

Hoggarth, Col. for

Rev. J. Boyd.

2 0 Rev. Mr. Fleming. 2 7 0 General Purposes

121. For China

1 0 0 Dundee, Ward Chapel St. Andrews

Seces. Church, Rev.Mr.

Juv. Mis. Soc. ............

28 0 0 Aux. Missionary Soc.., 6 0 0 Smellie, Col...... 3 0 0 Trottick Sabbath-sch... 2 2 0 Public Meeting, Rev.

Relief Church, Rev.Mr. W. Lothian's, Col..... 2 18 4

M'Gregor, Col........... 4 0 0 Collections by the Deputation, viz., A Friend ... 1 0 0 Relief Sabbath-sch. Chil

Rev. G. Legge, LL.D.; the Rev. Mrs. Wm. Smith .........

1 1 0
dren

0 12 0 J. Legge, D.D.; and the Rev. W. Collected by Miss M. Miss M'Clymont's young

Morton, in Nov. 1846. Adamson

0 15 0

Ladies' School ..... 1 1 0 Edinburgh, per G. Yule,
Do. by Master W. Lo-
Free Church, Rey. Mr.

Esq.thian

0 2 6

Charles, Col.......... 2 13 6 Argyle-square Chapel, 111. 168. 10d.

Free Church Boys' Sch. 0 3 9 Rev. Dr. Alexander, Cupar

161. 9s, 6d.

Sermon

.............. 37 0 0 Aux. Missionary Soc.... 3 0 0 Perth

Meeting ................... 12 8 0 Public Meeting, Rev. R. Smythe, Esq. Meth

For China

1 8 0 Dr. Craig's Chapel 1 100 ven

2 0 0 Argyle-square Church Two Friends... 6 0 0 C. G. Sidey Esq. .........

1 1 0 Missionary Society... 18 0 0 101. 10s. Hugh Barclay, Esq. 1 1 0 Por China

0 Newport

Thos. Duncan, Esq. 1 1 0 For Mrs. Martin's Sch. Indept. Chapel, Rev.

Mr. R. Hay

1 1 0
Benares

10 0 Mr. Just, Collection.. 1 1 6 Mr. J. Garie...............

1 1 0 For the Rev.A.Leitch's Soc. for Reli. Purposes 2 0 0 Mr. R. Morton............

1 1 0 School, Madras ..... 10 0 0 Sabbath-sch. Children,

Mr. J. Gray
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£ 8. d. Albany-st. Chapel, Rev. den, for the Nat. Tea.

Duncan Weir ......... 100 J. R. Campbell, Ser

Robert Howden ...... 10 0 0 Rev. Dr. M'Culloch. 010 0 mons ....................... 14 0 0

Chas. C. Scott .......... 1
Albany-street Chapel
Glasgow Aux. per J. Risk,

J. Duff .....................

1 0 0
Auxiliary to the
Esq.--

R. Roxburgh .....
London Missionary
A Friend, C. C.............. 100

R. Kerr ................
Society, per Mrs.
Carmunnock-

J.J. Griere ...
Campbell ........... 20 11 21 Mr. R. Roberton........ 3 0 0 Wm. Park.
341. 118. 2d. -

Do. for Chinese Mission 2 0 0 J. Macgregor ..
Broughton-place Church,
Mr. R. White ............ 10

Miss Anderson.
Rev. Dr. Brown, Ser-
Hutchiesontown

Miss Wood
mon ..................... 12 0 71 Relief Church Sabbath-

T. 0. Hunter ........ Nicolson-street Church,

sch. Society's Female

J. Scott ................
Rev. G. Johnston,
School, for Rarotonga

Thos. Fairrie .....
Sermon ............... 9 2 10 Paisley-

R. Macfie
Richmond-place Chapel,
Canal-street Relief Mis-

J. Graham.........
Rev. H. Wright, Ser-

sionary Society......... 3 0 0 W. Stewart ...... mon .................. 11 1251 Do. Rev. A. Pollock's

Adam Fairrie ..... 1 1 0 Public Meeting in Hope

Sebbath evening Sch. 1

John M'Cunn ......... toun Rooms .............

...... 90 o Collections by the Depu-
9 0

J. B. Cumming 0 10 0 Leith, Rev. Dr. Harper's, tation

G. Dalgleish.....

100 Sermon ... 500 Cathedral-st. Relief Ch.

Mrs. J. Stewart

0 10 0 Rev. Dr. Lindsay's... 12 10 6 J. M'Lean...

100 George-st. Chapel, Rev. Dalkeith, Rev. J. Brown's

Abram Lyle and Son 0 0 0 Church, Meeting ......... 10 10 11 Dr. Wardlaw's......... 78 10 0 R. Jamieson............

0 10 0 Grey-friars Church, Rev..

J. M. Scott ........ 0 10 Mrs. Seaton, for China 100

6 1 0 Miss Seaton, for do, ... 0 Dr. King's............... 350

J. Jessamine

0 10 6 Nicholson-st. Congrega

J. Tasker ...........

0 10 121. 108. ld.

6 tional Chapel, Rev.

J. Gray

1 1 0 Musselburgh, Meeting in

Mr. Russell's ......... 5

W. Martin ....... 1 0 0 Town Hall ................ 2 190 Nile-st. Chapel, late Rev.

H. T. Patten ....... 0 10 6 Miss Gillies, per Rev.

Mr. Thomson's ...... 15 00 Thos. Kincaid ......... 0 10 0 J. Mann, for China... 50 0 0 Public Meeting ....... 11 17

H. Birkmyre .......... 100 521. 198.

A. Shannon ...... 010 0 Portobello, Indept. Cha

169 17 3 W. Walker ...... 010 0 pel, Rev. R. Lang,Meet

Less expenses ............ 9 2 6 Sums under 10s....... 3 6 6 ing Missionary-box .......... 0 10 0

160 14 9

108 3 6 Sabbath-scholars .......... 0lt 4 By Miss Buchanan....... 0 10

Duncan's-close Sabba

Leith, Cong. Church, Rev. A Frie ed ..........

G. D. Cullen

sch.per Mr.J.D.Bryce 5 0 0 Miss Evans's Mission

Collections ................... 17 7 0 ary-box .....................

Sabbath-sch. Children,
Mr. Christie's do. ...... 2 10 0
West Parish Church,

for Native Girl......... 2 9 6 Do. Subscription ....... 100

Rev. Dr. M'Culloch's,

Local Sabbath-sch. per
Col. by Ann Neal ...... 0 10 0

Mr. T. Sturrock, for
Sermon, by Dr.Legge,
121. 88, 60, -
from China ............ 15 0

China .........
Stirling, Meeting in Rev.

St. Andrew's, Free Ch.

Collected by Mr. T.SturJ. Gilfillan's Church ... 31

0 Rev. Mr. Bonar's, 0

3 18 rock.

Col. by Miss E. Cullen Stirlingshire Missionary

4 0 0 Sermon by Mr. Mor

John Dryden, Esq....... 5 Society, per Rev. J.

0 ton ........ Gilfillan.................... 5 6 101 Gaelic Free Church, Ser

G. Harvey, Esq. R.S.A. 5 0 97. 38. 10d.

Rev. W. Swan...... 5 0

mon by Dr. Legge, Interest ...

06 0
from China ............. 2

Mrs. Forrest ........
Mid Parish Church, Rev.

Miss G. Cullen ....
254 10 5 Dr. Brown's, Sermon

Mr. and Mrs. Sturrock 1 Less expenses ............ 10 4 8 by Mr. Morton......... 3 5 0

Mr. and Mrs. Walker... 4 00

The late Mrs. Milner... 0
George-sq. Chapel, Rev.
214 5 9 Mr. Raleigh, Juve-

For the support of Ra-
nile Meeting............ 2 7 0

faravavy, 6th year, Rev. Dr. Paterson, for

Sabbath Scholars...... 1 5

five Friends, per Mr. 9

Cullen .................... 25 0 Missionary-boxes

0 the Sufferers in Sonth Africa

For Mrs. Calderwood's
T. Prentice .......... 0
.......

101

School-
Collected by Mrs. and

J. G. Hercus......... 141
Sermons, by Drs. Legge

Mrs. Swan.............. 5
Miss Leitch, for Mrs.

00

Miss Cathcart, Sen. 1 0 0 A. Leitch's School,

from China, and Madras .................. 17 0

Leicester ............ 17 0

For Mr. Read's Appeal

0 8
Public Meeting .........
221.

3 6

on behalf of S. Africa, 6

Miss G. Cullen......... 0 West Blackhull.st. Cha

0 Argyle-square Church,

For Mr. Lacroix's Itipel, Meeting about towards defraying the Tahiti and India, Rev.

nerancy in Bengal, expenses of Mr. La

Messrs Morton& Ellis 5 12 10 5th year, Mr. Cullen 20 00 croix's Annual Missionary Tour .......... 20 00 Subscriptions

116 6 6 Quarry Close Sabbath

T. and J. Hamlin. sch, for Schools at the

W. Macfie .................

5 0 0 Lerwick, Cong. Church... 8 0 0 Kuruman ...............

0 10 €
R. Steele ...........

3 0 0
Sabbath Scholars, Geo.
W. Baine, Esq. M.P. 300

IRELAND. Heriot School, Cow

Robert Millar ...

0 Dublin, per Rev. A. King, gate Port .................

0 17 91

J. Hunter ................ 0 10 0 for Queen Pomare ...... 2 0 0 Garleton, Mr. J. How

M. Parker................ 10 0

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THE

EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE,

AND

MISSIONARY CHRONICLE.

FOR MARCH, 1847.

SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF JOSEPH JOHN GURNEY, ESQ. [The following outline is abridged in 1786, was the scene of almost unexfrom the Rev. John Alexander's very in- ampled hospitality. During the early teresting account of the late Mr. Gurney, years of this interesting family, true reliwhich appeared in the Norfolk News. gion had not the controlling and sanctiWe regret exceedingly that our limits fying power over their minds which it will not admit of our giving the whole had subsequently. They had not yet article, which is admirably drawn up.- perceived the “vanity," nor experienced Ертов.]

the “ vexations” of the world; their path For nearly two centuries, the house of was sunshine, and their atmosphere perGurney bas possessed such an influence fume ; and their literary tastes, their in this city, that none of its members' elegant accomplishments, and the rich could have passed away entirely unfelt hospitality of "the good man of the and unnoticed. Joseph John Gurney, house," rendered Earlham-hall the atthe third son of John and Catherine tractive centre, in the midst of an extenGurúey, the sister of Priscilla Wakefield, sive circle, to which gentry and nobility was born in Earlham-hall, on the 2nd of repaired, and where the late Duke of August, 1788. A person of the same Gloucester was a welcome and delighted name, one of his ancestors, and a mem- visitor. ber of the Society of Friends, appears When the education of our lamented from the record of “The Sufferings of friend ceased to be conducted at home, it the People called Quakers,” to have been was intrusted to the Rev. J. H. Browne, a prisoner, with several others, in Nor- a clergyman in Hingham, about twelve wich gaol, in the year 1683, for refusing miles from Earlham; and it was subseto take an oath ; and it is a remarkable quently matured at Oxford, where he fact that the Waller Bacon, of Earlham, had an excellent private tutor, in the who committed him, was at that time | Rev. John Rogers, a man of great and resident in the very hall which the de- varied learning, and where he attended scendants of the persecuted prisoner now the lectures of the professors, and enjoyed occupy. The father of our lamented many of the valuable privileges of the friend was a man of peculiarly active University, without becoming a member mind and habits ; public spirited and of it, and without subscribing to the benevolent; and his house at Earlham, Thirty-nine Articles. Attached, even in to which he removed from Brammerton, early life, to biblical studies, he had

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