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expected to arise chiefly from the cessation of certain claims on the Society, rather than from any decrease in the payment of its regular and direct Missionary operations, and therefore warrants no conclusion unfavourable to the strict economy and faithfulness of the Directors in former years.

It is not yet possible to say how far the expectations of the Directors, in regard to some of the items now enumerated, will be realized. The War which has desolated the Colony of South Africa has rendered it impossible for the Churches there to do what it was hoped they would have been able to accomplish. And while Chapel-building has ceased to a great extent in the West Indies, there has been an increased expenditure in aid of the payment of Salaries, in consequence of the diminished resources of the Negro Population, arising from drought and the immigration of Coolies from India, &c.

In conclusion, it was Resolved unanimously,– 1. That this Committee cannot separate without recording the deep contietion produced on the minds of its several Members, by the investigation in which they have been engaged, of the great discretion, care, and economy, which have distinguished the administration of the Finances of the Society. To say that they are satisfied would convey but a very inadequate idea of their sentiments. The labour of the Directors and Officers of the Society is immense ; and the diligence and wisdom of these honoured brethren have excited in the Committee the highest admiration ; and, in their judgment, entitle them to the confidence and gratitude of the entire Constituency.

CHARLES HINDLEY, Chairman.

John BURD, Vice-Chairman. The above is a correct copy of the Report of the Committee.

John KenNEDY, Secretary. It was also resolved :2. That the brethren now assembled cannot separate without expressing their deep and sincere sympathy with the Secretaries of the London Missionary Society in the painful circumstances in which they have been placed; and their conviction that they are honoured by God to render a service to his own cause which no money can remunerate.

3. That the thanks of the Committee be presented to Charles Hindley, Esq., M.P., and Mr. Alderman Burd, for their conduct in the Chair, and to the Rev. John Kennedy, A.M., for his services as Secretary.

ARRIVAL AND EMBARKATION OF MISSIONARIES. Early in March last, the Rev. Joseph Waddington and Mrs. Waddington arrived at Southampton, from Berbice, after seven years of diligent and successful labour. Mr. W. has relinquished his connection with the Society, intending to devote himself to pastoral labours in his native country ; in which he will be followed by the best wishes and earnest prayers of the Directors for his happiness and usefulness.

On the 11th of April, Mr. and Mrs. Young, of the Amoy Mission, arrived from Hong-Kong, per City of Derry.

The Rev. Charles Rattray arrived in London, via Southampton, from Deme. rara, on Wednesday, April 21.

The Rev. William Elliott embarked, February 10, in the ship Mary Ann, for Cape Town, where he will take charge of the Native Church and Congregation, in place of Mr. Vogelgezang, who removes to Uitenhage.

LETTERS ON MISSIONS.—By Rev. W. Swan. The Directors feel great pleasure in calling attention to the New Edition of "Swan's Letters on Missions ;" a work which they can strongly recommend as replete with just and forcible reflections, combined with a large amount of correct and valuable information. Mr. S. has kindly presented to the Directors a large number of copies, to be disposed of for the advantage of the Society, with especial reference to its Mission in China ; and the work may now be obtained on application at the Mission House, Blomfield-street, Finsbury.

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

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For Rarotonga............. 22 0 0 sions .................. 100 0 0 for the Orphan School

661. 18. 10d. Sir C. E. Smith, Bart. ...1000 olat Mirzapore ........ ...... 22 4 5 Camberwell ....................147 0 0 N. M. B. for the Mauri

For Rarotonga ......... 60 13 6 tius Mission............... 60 0 0

2071. 138. 6d. A Memorial, including II.

London Auxiliaries, including

Clapham, Rev. J. Hill ... 260 14 11 Ne, 6d. for Neyoor....... 5 5 olsums previously acknowledged.

For Jubilee Fund ...... 5 0 0 J. Rout, Esq. ............... 5 5 0 Albany Chapel, Camber

For Missionary Ship.. 0 130 - Miss, Torrington

well ............................. 23 16 0 For Africa ............... 3 0 0 square... ................... 5 0 0 Albany Chapel, Regent's

For Rarotonga ..... 6 2 0 Collected by Miss Jack

............... 17 19 41

2751. 9s. lld. son, Brixton-place...... 4 18 8 Albion Chapel ............... 70 15 o Clapham, Rev. S. A. DuS. Prentice, Esq. .......... 10 10 0 Aldermanbury Postern... 9 18 1 bourg .......................... 27 12 2 John Ridley..... 1 1 0

Mrs. Goad, for China... 0 10 0 Do. Mis. Box............... 1 1 0 Barbican

For Rarotonga............ 2 2 0 A Friend 100 Annual Sermons......... 41 10

301. 48. 2d. Anonymous, per Rev. B. Annual Meeting.......... 3 0 Clapton ........................10

..........171 10 1 Woodyard.................. 0 8 0 Sacramental Col. for

For Rarotonga............ 9 12 0 Master Francis Jacques 0 4 0 Wid. and Or. Fund.. 12

1821. 28. 1d. S. for a Chinese Girl, to

Missionary Boxes ...... 7 6 4 Claremont Chapel ......... 99 11 0 be called Margaret ...... 2 0 0 For Schools.... Rev. Dr. Willis Moseley,

O 1
For South Africa.......... 2 11 0 Craven Chapel............... 229

Craven Chanel...

6 2 for the Chinese Mission

For Chinese Mission ... 1 10 0 Dr. Caldwell, for the Me.

For Native Teacher .... 10 0 0 For Nat. Tea. John Cradical department of the Sunday-school............ 10 1 7

ven........................ 15 0 0 Chinese Mission ......... O Subs. and Donations... 131 1 2||

2451. 16s. 2d, G. H. for Medical Insti

Colliers' Rents............... 9 0 0 tution, Hong-Kong...... 1

427 5 1 Per Major Straith, Secre

Less expenses ...********* 310

. 3 10 0 Esher-street.......
Esner-street............

... 10 16 10 tary of the Church Mis

For Rarotonga............ 2 13 0 sionary Society

423 15 1

131.98. 10d. A Friend, by Řear Ad

Falcon-square ...............91 19 4 miral Hope, C.B.:

Bethnal Green .........

... 31 10 9 For Native Tea. James For the Morrison Edu

1 For Rarotonga............. 18 00 Bennett.................. 12 0 0 cation Society ...... 86 18 0l Bethnal Green Meeting

For Rarotonga............ 1 1 0 For the Medical MisJuv. Soc. per Mr. Cle

1051. 4d. sionary Society .... 86 18 0 m ents ............. ...... 17 2 4 Fetter-lane .................... 64 8 9 1731. 16s.

Twig Folly Sunday-sch. 2 15 31 J. D. for the Madras Fe

691. 8s. 4d. - Finsbury Chapel............ 60 2 0 male School................ 10 0 0 Bishopsgate ......

te .................. 84 8 8 For Native Tea. Alex. Sabbath Scholars, for RaFor Mrs. Sugden's Ta.

Fletcher .................. 10 0 0 rotonga, by Miss H.

mil School ... ..... 9 5 6 Pathehera................... 0 3 6 For Rarotonga...... 16 16Hackney, St. Thomas'sMaster Thompson, for the

1091. 158. 8d.

square ..................... 183 13 7 Missionary Ship ......... 0 11 6Bow ............

u 18 ol

ol For Africa.................... 15 7 6 ............................ 11 18

0 10 0 For Rarotonga,........... 1

For Chinese Mission ...

0 0 J. Moore, Esq. .........(A.) 5 0 0

For Native Tea. H. F. Miss Moore ............(A.) 1 1 0

Burder, and C. 0. Niss S. Moore .........aj i oBrixton-Hill

90 10 01

Morley ................... 20 10 0 Miss S. Moore, for Nat.

.... 0 10 0 For Missionary Ship ... 0 10 8 Girl, Catherine Lovell 3 For Nat. Boy, J. Huut 6

2201. 118. 9d. J. Moore, Esq. for Nat.

For Nat. Girl, Eliza Tea. Joseph Moore......

Union ............ ...

30 0 Hackney, Old Gravel Pit 67 6 6

3 Miss Moore and Miss S.

For Rarotonga............ 30 5 6 For Chinese Mission ... 1116 Moore, for the Nat. Tea.

681. 178. 6d.

1301. 5s.6d. John Hickes ........

10 0 0 Brixton. Trinity Chapel.. 41 8 o Hare Court .................... 46 10 1 307. 28.

For Chinese Mission ... 2 100 Per Miss Whitehouse, for

For Rarotonga............ 22 15 O Holywell Mount............170 15 6 the support of Native

861. 13s.

For Jubilee Fund ...... 1 10 6 Youths at Nagercoil ... 12 10 0 Broad-street......... ..... 74 1 10) For Chinese Mission ... 2 0

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£ $. d. For Africa ............... 1 0 0 Lower street.................... 85 16 9 Tabernacle ...................191 0 11 For Rarotonga ......... 60 9 21 For Nat. Teacher, John

Col. by Miss S. Child, For Missionary Ship ... 1 9 0 Yockney ................ 1000 for Missionary Ship 1 2 6 2371. 48. 2d. - 1 For Widows' and Or

For Rarotonga............. 23 8 3 Horselydown, Union phans' Fund.............. 10 00

2 151. Ils. 7d. Chapel ...................... 50 0 0 For School at Calcutta 6 2 6 Tottenham Court ......... 30 0 0

ur. 198. 3d.

For Rarotonga............ 10 10 0 Hoxton ......................... 139 8 2 Tonbridge Chapel ......... 48 6 9

407. 108. For Rarotonga............ 15 11 10

New Tabernacle ............ 36 19 0 For Native Schools...... 13 3 0 Nun Green ........ . 3 11 7New Tottenham Court ... 7 16 6 For Native Teacher, Isaiah Fleureau ...... 10 0 0 Orange-street ............... 23 10 4 Trevor Chapel

1781. 38. - - For Rarotonga............ 0 13 0 Annual Subscriptions.. 72 6 0 Jamaica Row ............... 68 8 31

241. 3s. 4d.

Collected by Individuals 99 11 4 For Africa ... 5 0 0 Oxendon street

22 10 6 Sunday-school Children For Native Schools....... 1000l Sabbath School .... 6 14 7 and Teachers ......... 21 5 8 831. 8s. 3d.

Por Rarotonga............ 21 15 o Anniversary Collections 39 14 2 Jewin-street.. .. 10 0 0

511. ld.

2321. 17s. 2d. Paddington Chapel..........138 19 0 Union-st. Male Branch... 40 193 John-street, Bedford-row,

- For Wid, and Or. Fund 5 8 6 Rev. J. H. Evans ....... 56 0 0 Peckham ......................139 9 4 Female Branch .......... 42 11 1 For Rarotonga............ 11 7 6 For Native Teachers,

881. 18s. 10d.
671. 78. 6d. -
John Reid and y.

Walthamstow ......... 72 50 Kensington ...................153 3 6 B. Collyer................ 32 0 0 For the Malagash.

25 00 For Missionary Ship... 2 0 0 For Rarotonga.............. 36 12 6 For Native Girl .......... 3 0 0 For Native Teacher,

2087. Is. 10d.

For Africa..........*s Robert Vaughan...... 12 0 0 Pimlico, Buckingham

For Rarotonga............ 28 9 4 For Mrs. Budden's

Chapel

22 8 3 For Missionary Ship ... 2 0 6 Schools ........

01 For Rarotonga............ 2 3 61 For Wid. and Or. Fund 6 19 5 For China....

10
241. Ils. 9d. ---

1381. 148. 3a. For Mr.Birt, Caffreland 3 0 0 Poplar, Trinity Chapel ...117 10 2 Walworth...... .......227 48 For Rarotonga............ 18 1001 R. Green, Esq. (D.) ... 500 0l For Rarotonga............ 33 10 0 2103. 138. For Rarotonga............ 218 0

2601. 14s. 8d. Latimer Chapel ............ 49 10 31 For South Sea Ship ... 3 1 8/Wardour Chapel ............ 46 3 10

For Rarotonga............ 7 9 0 For Queen Pomare...... 3 8 6
For Native Girl, Alice

For Widows' and Or

Weigh House ................221 0 6 Saunders ................. 1 100 phans' Fund............. 8 9 9 For Rarotonga............ 77 10 6 581. 93. 3d.

2031, 18s. Id.

For Joseph Procter, in Limehouse ................. 14 6 6 Poultry Chapel ............. 235 2 9 Mr. Porter's School,

For Rarotonga............ 23 7 0 Cuddapah ................ $ 10 Maberly Chapel ............1312 10 For Missionary Ship ... 0 6 6 For John Hone, in Mr. For Rarotonga............ 14 10 8

2587. 168. 3d.

Leitch's School ....... 3 1457, 138. 6d.

Pavement Chapel ......... 3 10 9 For Emma and Isabella, Marlborough Chapel ....... 94 7 5

in Mrs. Porter's Sch. For Jubilee Fund ...... 6 10 0 Park Chapel, Camden

Madras .......... 1001. 178. 5d.

Town......................... 0 5 1! For Poopie, in Mr. MofMile End. New Town ... 21 12 81 For Rarotonga ............ 6 12 31 tat's School ........ 5 Por Rarotonga............ 3 17 1

61. 178. 4d.

3141. ls. For Africa ............... 1 14 0 Queen-street, Ratcliffe ... 8 16 4/Wells-street .......

.. 39 26 271. 3s. 9d.

Anonymous, for 1846... 20 0 0 Neckinger Road ............ 22 8 5 Robert-street ................. 61 4 1 Mr. G. Waugh, for Nat.

For Nat. Girl ............ 3 001 Tea. Alex. Waugh... 100 New Court .................. 22 11 81 For Nat. Teacher ...... 10 00

6 91. 28. 6d. For Rarotonga............. 7 961 For Rarotonga............ 5 15 0 Westminster Chapel...... 52 124 For Mrs. Mather's Or

791. 198. 1d.

Whitefield Chapel .......... 16 0 1 phan Sch. Mirzapore 19 10 8 Shadwell .......

3 10 0 491. 118. 10d. - -Spa Fields

34 3 10 Wycliffe Chapel ............107 12 3

For Rarotonga............ 11 North London and Islington. Stepney, Ladies' Branch 52

For Africa.................. 100 @ 1 For Chinese Mission ... 3 201 For Chinese Mission .. 4 19 2 Barnsbury Chapel ......... 76 4 31 For Female Education 205 0 A Friend, by Dr. Reed, Holloway Chapel ...........105 14

Male Branch (2 years).. 109 9 21 For Native Boy .......... 6

for the support of a

0 For Rarotonga............ 15 3 4

0 child to be named 1 Juvenile Contributions 10 10 4

John Durham ....... 10 0 0

2021. 48. 5d. Islington Chapel............ 50 13 5

1346. 3s. 5d. For China.................. 10 10 0 Stockwell .............118 6 7 York Road .................. 71 46 For Nat. Tea.B.S.Hollis 10 10 ol For Rarotonga............ 20 00 For Rarotonga............ 11 00

1387. 68. 7d.

Highbury College, Stu-
821. 3s. 5d.
Stoke Newington .......... 85 4 11

dents' Association, per Kentish Town............... 28 7 0 For Rarotonga............. 20 5 91 Mr. Chancellor ......... 3 18 6 Roxburgh School, part

For Africa.................. 1 15 Oriturav Sahhath and

Fitzroy Sabbath and Dayof Collection....... 1 0 ol For Chinese Mission ... 7

school ....................

........ 1 5 8 1141. 128. 8d.

-Great George-street, BerUnion Chapel ...............368 0 11 Surrey Chapel ................299 19 6 mondsey, Sunday-sch. 2 0 0

For Africa................... 10 0 0 Ladies' Aux. ............ 80 16 11 Work men at Mr. Evans's
For Nat. Teacher, John

For Rarotonga............ 49 14 4 Paper-hanging Manu-
Watson .........
0 For Nat. Tea. Sarrey,

| factory, Shoreditch, per For Widows' and Or

and Jas. Sherman ... 20 0 0 Mr. Wilson ............... 10 0 0 phans' Fund............. 12 15 6 For Africa....... .......... 15 0 0 Collected by Master Geo. For Chinese Mission ... 18 100

4651. 108. 9d.

and Miss Ellen Simpson 0 16 6 For Rarotonga............ 61 11 0/Swallow-street................ 3 0 oHaggerstone Sabbath-sch. O 18

4801. 178. 5d.

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Olney.......

9 16 0 Less Expenses. 2 4 4
Bedford, by Mrs. Joseph

For Missionary Ship

6 6 Part of the penny
Kilpin, for Mrs.Mault's

Stoke Goldington

oja-week Subs.
School

Winslow ................

4 100 appropriated
Mrs. Osborne, Newport
Yardley ..................

to the Che-
Pagnell .....

shire Union... 7 0 0
Other friends .........

145 8 2
5

- 9 4 4
21. 58.

Less expenses .... 5 6 3
Amphthill and Maulden 3 18 9

40 15 6
140 1 11

Macclesfield, Roe-street.. 18 00
Berkshire.

Great Marlow ........... 9 11 5 For African Teacher, G.
Per Rev. W. Legg-

B. Kidd.................... 9 0 0
Aston Tirrold ......... 11 13 0l Wooburn ...

For the Nat. Girl, M.
Goring ............
10 7 6! For the Missionary Ship 4

Brinsley ......... ...

3 0 0
Hungerford ..........
13 6 6
61. 188. 6d.

301.
Mortimer mu....
24 0 0

Townley-street ......... 15 16
Reading, General ......

Cambridgeshire.
28 19 1

For Nat. Tea. James
Broad-street...

88 6. u Cambridge ................... 48 8 9 Rathbone ............ 10 0 0
Castle-street................ 74 9

251. 169. 8d.
8! For Chinese Mission ... 3 18 41
London-street ...
& For Jubilee Fund ...... 1 Marple Bridge........

3 79
Wargrave......
... 2 2 71.

631. 148. 1d.

Minshull Vernon .......... 5 96
-Bassingbourn, per Mr.

Stockport-
262 7 9 Clear ..............

13 14 8 Hanover Chapel.......... 80 0 0

Salem Chapel, High-st.
Less expenses ............ 11 4
Royston District, per W.

per Mrs. Priestnall,
252 40
Á. Nash, Esq. Trea-

for Native Tea. John
surer-

Waddington ............. 1000
Abingdon ......................

27 94
Melbourn .................
...... 56 13 7 Tintwistle....

...... 47 10 3
Farringdon ...........

.. 23 6 5

For Wid. & Or. Fund 3 16 6
Royston, John-st. Cha-

Cumberland.
Maidenhead-

pel ........................ 39 7 0

For Rarotonga......... 6 C
Col. at Town Hall ......

14 14

ol Whitehaven.................... 8
Mrs. Bird ................

2001 New Meeting ............ 24 11 ol For Nat. Tea. Joseph
Annual Meeting of the

Helliwell ................. 10 0
Do. for Widows .......

0
0 0
District ................... 15

241. 148. 8d.
Independent Meeting.. 49 13 6
For Nat. Tea. Thomas

Chisbill .........

6 3 6

Derbyshire.
Rutter ..................
Therfield .......

Belper, per Mrs. Gomm,
Fulford and Longworth 500

155 14
Countess of Hunting-

for the Infant School

71

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Less expenses
0 13

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0 18

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Charlesworth

35 18 3
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92 19
Less expenses .......

6 7 7
* Including 1081. 'previously ac-

Devonshire.
86 11 61 knowledged.

North Aux. Society-
Newmarket ..

.. 1 17 6

Appledore.................. 15 10 0
Wisbeach ......................

......... 24 2 0
Newbury, Subs. ............. 28 7 6

Barnstaple ............... 24 18 0
Collections
24 18

For Chinese Mission
01

6
...........

4 6
For Dr. Legge's Female

Cheshire.

Bideford .................. 57 2 2
School, China ......... 15 5 Altrincham, part of col-

For.Chinese Mission 1113
Ladies' Association .... 16 4 lection .....

Braunton ................. ***
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Chivenor .................. 0 16
2 6 01 Mrs. Hacking's Young

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1 00 Ladies

100

Ilfracombe ................ 27 2 4
Woodhay Sun. School 0 5 0

121.

South Molton ............ 19 12 10
Thatcham..............
... 5 0 0 Chester, per Mr. E. Ger

North Tawton............ 2 3 10
rard, Queen-st. Chapel

Great Torrington ...... 11 6 2
122 8 3 Public Meeting .......... 16 6 3

170 15
Less expenses ............. 2 0 Tickets for Pub. Break-

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fast......................... 8 15 01 Less expenses ............ 7 0 11
120 8 31

Anniversary Collections 27 15 31
Subscriptions ............. 9 18 6

*163 14 2
Warfield, Mr. and Mrs.

Ladies Branch............. 23 15 1
J. Rose ...................... 2

9 ul* Including 401. previously ac-
2

Welsh Chapel ............. 4

0
Wallingford,

1 knowledged.
Ladies' Society for Pe-
Rev. W.

0 0 Axminster
Harris and friends ...... 36 o olmale Edu. in India .... 5

2

.................. 11 4
Windsor, High-st. Chapel,
per J. Ray, Esq.......... 46 0

96 0 0 Chudleigh.................. 18
8.

8 9
Less, Incidental

For Nat. Tea. in Africa,
Expenses ...... 19 11 2

John Chudleigh ...... 10 0 0
Buckinghamshire.
Expenses of Pub.

Legacy of late Rev.Wil-
North Bucky Aux. Soc.
Breakfast ...... 8 16 6

liam Barnes, per Rev.
per Rev. T. P. Bull-

28 10

J. Allen, less duty
12 13 10

and expenses ..........447 18 0
2 4 4

67 94

4761. 68. 9d.
Brill
2 16 6

- Crediton ................ .. 5
*****.................

0 0
23 7 7 Tattenhall Branch ....... 44 19 10
For Native Tea. W
Mrs. Powell, for the

Dawlish......

10 00
Priestley
............ 100 0 support and education

Exeter, Castle-street ....... 96 18 7
Newport Pagnell.......... 51 18 5 of an Indian orphan ... 5 0 0 For Rarotonga............ 1 10 0
For Nat. Tea. W. Bull

For Nat. Tea. J. L.
and J. Parsons....... 200 0

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£ $. a. For Mrs. Gordon's Schs. 8 16 10 Corse Castle ...

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3 0 -Lyme........................... ........ 20 13 11 Little Dean ....

7 17 5 117 5 51

Por Rarotonga......

1 6 5 Less expenses ............. 2 6 9 Poole............................. 54 4 0 Mitcheldean............

1 2 8 For Nat. Tea. Thomas

Ruardean ...................

2 06 *114 18 8 Durant ................... 10 0 0 Frampton .................. 9 17 4

50%. 88. 10d. * Including 561. 105. previously

For late Rer. J. Smith's

Gloucester, Lady Huntacknowledged.

School at Madras

ingdon's Chapel ......... 18 1 11 Grosvenor Chapel ....... 8 7 01 Poole Sunday-school ... 9 11 11 Nailsworth, Lower Forest Exmouth, Ebenezer Ch. 16 10 31 Parkstone do. .......... 2 18 7 Green.......................... 14 0 0 Glenorchy Chapel ...... 7 17 0 Lougham do. ......... 1 10 4

By Charlotte, Emily,

Tewkesbury ................... 211 8 Ottery St. Mary ............. 16 2 81 Mary Jane, and Pay

For Rarotonga.............

0 130 For Nat. Tea............. 1 13 4 son Smith............... 7 13 0

211. 148. 8d. 171. 168.

851. 178. 10d.

- Wotton-under-Edge....... 11 7 9 Paignton ..................... 6 10 7 Portland ..................... 6 0 0 Nibley, for Nat. Boy, Plymouth, &c. Aux.

Sherborne...................
.... 60 19 2 Joseph Rider .............

2 10 0
10 0 Shaftesbury ......
14 13 10 Cromhall .......................

5 17 0 For Madagascar, PlyUpway ......................... 2 10 01

1 91. 148. 9d. mouth Sunday-sch... 0 18 6 W. Devenish, Esq. for

Stroud, Bedford-street ... 22 100 T. P. Haffnen ......... 100 Nat. Tea. under Mr. Paterson ............... 10 0 0

Hampshire. Tavistock, Mr. Feaston,

121. 108. for the Kat River ...... 0 5 0 Wareham. Old Meeting... 13 18 o/North East Auxiliary

Andover

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......... 37 6 Weymouth, Nicholas-st. Teignmouth................... 43 1 5 Chapel ..................... 17 8 4

For Nat. Tea. Provi

dence................ 10 0 For Chinese Mission ... 0 10 0

0 For Native Tea. S. S. Hope Chapel ............. 28 12 41

471. Ss. 6d, Walker ..................... 10 00

0 15 o Alton... ......................... For Missionary Ship

7 0 0 531. Ils. 5d.

291. 78. 4d. Torquay, Indept. Chapel,

Wimbourne ...........

10 19 2 BasingstokeRev. J. Orange ......... 10 10 4

London-street Chapel... 18 JO For Chinese Mission ... 11 11 0

L. Huntingdon's Chapel 22 16 8

Durham.
221. 18. 40. -
Torquay Aux. per C.Holm-
Monk wearmouth .......... 7 0 0

41 7 0 wood, Esq.................. 25 14 10

Less expenses ............. 2 0 0 Collected at Second Con

South Shields ................ 16 3 7 gregational Chapel, For Nat. Boy, D. Moir 3 0 0

3970 after Sermons by Rev.

191. 3s. 7d. R. Knill ............... 13 19 8 Sunderland ................... 53 2 3 Crondall ..................... 2 15 6 For Rarotonga, Rev.W.

For School at Bellary... 10 V 0 Hurstbourne Tarrant ... 3 0 0 Cleaver, in addition to 10s. acknowledged

Including 191. 38. 6d. previously Odiham............ in November ......... 0 10 ol acknowledged.

For Nat. Tea. Wm. RoSums then acknow

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10 18

0 Essex.

................... ledged ... 6 15 6 Forest Gate, Upton, per

341. 158. 3d.

Overton 471.

.....................

2 6 S Mr. J. Legg ............... 15 South Devon, per Rev.

0 Stockbridge .................. W. Tarbotton

Tadley

2 150 Mark's Gate, near RomKingsbridge................. 13 1 3

ford, Col. Sunday-sch. Loddiswell.

South East Auxiliary........... 112 91

and Missionary Boxes.. 5 0 0 Juvenile Assoc. per

Gosport Old Meeting... 26 14 10
For a Boy in Mr.Rice's
R. Peek, Esq. ....... 0

New Meeting ......... 9 9 3

School at Bangalore, Morley ........................ 2

Rev. G. Silly ............ 10 0

to be called John Totness ...................... 15 12 9

Mully, two years .... 6
Misses E. and A.

Havant ......... ... 25 14 6
Miss Morland, per Rev.
Derry's Box for the

For Chinese Mission 14 8 1
J. Mully, for Raro-
.. 0902

For Rarotonga.........

• 1 0 0 topga .................... 5

0

0 0 331. 8s. 5d.

411. 28. 7d. Ditto, for the sufferers

Portsea, King-street ...... 73 6 5 Dorsetshire. in the Caffre war....... 5 0 01 Ladies Ass

Ladies' Association ... 61 11 5 Abbotsbury ................ 2 18 21,

211.

For Rarotonga............ 0 10 0 Leytonstone................... 4 16 6

1351. 78. 10d. Beamipster ...

8 0 Great Wakering.
................ 11
wakering ............ 1 12 7

Buckland Chapel ..... 5 5 0
For Mrs. Porter's Sch.
Madras ...

0 12 0
Gloucestershire,

Alresford ......

. 6 5 0 121. Chalford ...................... 2 7

3

8 Lymington ........... *** 6 18 Bridport, per Mr. G. B. Miss E. Jones .............. 2 0 Throop ............

6 10 0 Ewens

41. 78. 8d.

Southampton, H. M. M.
For Institution at Ra-
Cheltenham

for a Nat. Boy at Rarorotonga .................. 1 6

tonga ...... ****************

3 0 0 0
Cheltenham Cha
For Native Girl, Mary
Andrews, half-year... 0 15 0

Miss Blunt ............. 10 5 01
Collected by Young
For Missionary Ship... 0 3 6

Herefordshire.
Ladies at Miss Wilms-

Ross... ...*** ...*** ****

6 0 0 Highbury Chapel ....... 90 16 10 Whitchurch, Doward C hurst's ................... 40 0 Bar Missionary Shin

1 7 6

8 6 1 Barrack-street Chapel.. 34 18 6

991. 2s. lld. -
411. -
Gloucester District

Hertfordshire.
Salem Chapel ............ 4 4 0 Gloucester Indept. Cha. 16 19 6 Aux. Society, per W. H.
Bere Regis ...

2 17 6 For Mrs. Cox's Sch... 2 5 0 Chaplin, Esq.Broadwinsor ................... 3 0 0 For M. Hyatt and c.

1 Baldock ................. 4 16 2 Charmouth ................. 10 3 0 Bishop ................ 6 0 0 Buntingford................ 18 00

For School 631. 28:

................. 24 15 3

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