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£ 8. d. Mr. W. Penney .........

0 10 0
LEGACIES.

Canterbury, A Friend .... 5 0 0 Messrs. Tyzack and Co. 2 10 o Of Mrs. Young, late of

Sandwich, Legacy of late Messrs. J. and W. Mills 2 2 0 Kentish Town............. 10 10 0 Miss K. Hunt, less duty 36 0 0 Messrs. D. Burn and Co.. 2 10 o Of Mrs. Mather, late of Balance of tickets for

Stockwell, 1001. Bank Col. by Rev. G. Gogerlyexcursion to the Ship 11 4 0 Stock, less duty, &c.... 188 18 6 Queenborough............. 20 0 D. Chambers, Esq. 0 10 0 Of N. Hornby, Esq. late of

Minster .....................

1 14 0 Bombay..

.100 00
Sheerness...

10 4 0 SPECIAL DONATIONS, in Of Miss E. Morland, late

131. 18s. consequence of the inof Clapton......... ...100 00

Lancashire. creased expenditure of

Bedfordshire.
Lancaster .....

31 8 9 the Society, Bedford

For South Sea Ship

5 5 0 Eus. Smith, Esq. per Rev.

For Hillyard's School,

Preesall.............

2 1 7 J. Clayton............... 10

0 0 in Caffreland

......... 10 00 W. Cook, Esq................ 20 0 0

Less exps. 41. 2s. 4d. 34 13 0 W. Flanders, Esq. .........

50 0 0 Howard Chapel contriMrs. H. Layland............. 10 10

0 butions

30 18 6 Liverpool, Crescent Chapel Miss R. Wontner............. 10 10 0 For Nat. Tea. J. How

Juvenile Association ... 40 00 T. Wontner, Esq. 25 0 0 ard

10 0 0 Chorley, Rev. R. Lang

... 0 10 0 Messrs. W. Hunter and

401. 188. 6d.

Leicestershire. Son........................... 10 10 0 Luton Union Chapel, a

Aux. Soc. per T. Nunneley, W. Reid, Esq. 10 10 0 moiety

25 9 9

Esq.;Seth Smith, Esq.............. 25 0 0

Ashby de la Zouch...... 10 11 9 W. Tyler, Esq....

10 10 0
Berkshire.

Bardon .......................

12 15 0 Messrs. Ward and Trego 10 10 0 Bracknell

5 0 0
Bosworth ..............

2 6 0 G. B. Hart, Esq............... 500 o Newbury, A Friend

5 0 0 Castle Donington

2 0 0 Pred. Smith, Esq. 0 0

Eardley

1 12 0 John Procter, Esq........ 10 0 0

Buckinghamshire.

Hallaton

3 1 6 Joseph Procter, jun. Esq. 10 0 0 Beaconsfield.................. 22 0

0 Hinckley

9 15 0 J. Trueman, jun. Esq. 50 0 o High Wycombe 25 5 1 Kibworth

3 0 0 W. B. Gurney, Esq. 5 5 0

Leicester J. Burrup, Esq.

5 5 0 Less exps. 21. 158. 8d.... 44 9 5 Per Miss Cook............. 6 11 1 T. B. Oldfield, Esq. 20 0 0

Bond-street ................136 11 T. Wilson, Esq. 50 0 0 Hambleden 3 0 0 Gallowtree Gate

9 10 Messrs. Greig & Nephew 20 0 o Woburn

Public Meeting

0 2 J. T. Conquest, M.D. 15 15 0 Mrs. Angell ............... 10 0 0 Loughborough, including W. A. Hankey, Esq......

50 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Pegg...... 10 0 0 158. 6d. for Wid. and Mr. Hickson, Wandsworth 5 0 0 Per Rev. J. Weston ... 4 15 6 Orph, Fund

2 15 6 R. Gamman, Esq.

5 5 0
Cheshire.

Lutterworth, including
S. F. Woolmer, Esq. 5 0 0 Middlewich, for South

101. for Nat. Tea. J. A. Curling, Esq.............. 200

0
Sea Ship

12 2 6
Wickliffe .....

42 0 0 Mr. J. E. Saunders, jun. A. 2 2 0 Duckinfield

5 0 0 Melton Mowbray, includJ. Claypon, Esq. to double

Derbyshire.

ing 101. lls. 8d, for his Subscription

5 0 0 Aux. Soc. on account 107 13 6 Schools at Kat River... 30 1 0 R. C. James, Esq. ditto... 1 1 0 Derby, collected at Pub.

Narborough ................... 21 16 6 M. G. Jones, Esq. ......... 10 10 0

Break, for Chinese Ship108 7 o Newton Burgoland......... 3 0 0 Per Rev. J. Mather:

Deronshire.
Shilton

7 12 6 Dr. Wilkin ... 5 0 0 Exmouth, Miss Warren, Theddingworth

5 10 0 Mr. Collins.... 1 0 0 for South Sea Ship ...... 1 0 0 Ullesthorpe

8 15 2 Mr.J. HoughChudleigh, Rev. J. Davi

Whetstone

3 0 3 ton............ 0 5 0

son
10 0 0 Wigstone

6 0

0 6 0 Exeter, a Donation, toB. Tucker, Esq. 10 10 0 wards the Chinese Mis

Less exps. 181. 198. 8d. 391 4 10 G. Rutt, Esq.

10 0 0 sion, per Rev. J. Bristow 30 0 0 Miss A. Rutt

10 0
0 Totness ....

20 0 0

Middlesex. Miss E. Rutt 10 0 0 For So. Sea Ship, &c.... 1 5

0 Hammersmith, Ebenezer Messrs. Wells and Perry,

Chapel

4 6 0 Chelmsford 50 0 0 Axminster, Legacy of late

Barnet

8 7 4 T. Hodges, Esq. do. ......

20 0 0 Mrs. Edwards, less duty 90 0 0 Edmonton and TottenR. Charles, Esq............... 50 0 0

ham, on account.......... 40 0 0 Rev. T. Lewis..

10 0 0
Dorsetshire.

Norfolk
B. Davies, Esq. ...........
5 0 0 Swanage

8 4 0 Yarmouth, for Nat. Tea. Anonymous 20 0 0 For Nat. Teacher

0 J. Palmer

10 0 0 T. M. Coombs, Esq. 50 0 0

187. 48.

East Dereham, for Eliza
W. Curling, Esq.

10 0 0
Essex.

Crisp, and Susannah
T.Jacombe, Esq.
Sidmouth 25 0 0 Dunmow, Legacy of late

Reeve, at Salem Sch.... 600
A Yorkshireman... 30 0 0 Mrs. Jennings,less duty 45 0 0 Lakenham, for Julia and
B. Smith, Esq......
10 10 0 Stratford

13 6 6 Maria Venning, at NaA Friend, by the Trea

Gloucestershire.

gercoil School ............ 5 0 0 surer

50 0 0Aux. Soc. on account...... 40 00 Northamptonshire. Rev. R. Hogg, Kimbolton 50 0 0

Hampshire.

Byfield, collected by Mrs. Eben. Smith, Esq. 6 6 0 Alton .............................. 15 17 4 Barnes

2 50 D. Allan, Esq 20 0 0 Wickham

1 5 0

Northumberland. Messrs. Piper and Son 20 0 0 Andover, for Nat. Tea.

Alnwick, Mrs. Johnson, J. Dixon, Esq........ 50 0 0 Providence

10 0 0 for Hottentot Mission. 2 0 0 John Smith, Esq. Grosve

Christchurch

22 0 0

Nottinghamshire. nor-square 50 0 0 Ripley 15 19 6 East Retford

7 3 0 William Kay, Esq. Liver

Shroop

9 19 0 Nottingham, for Schools pool 50 0 0 Winchester, Mrs. Joyce... 1 0 0 at Madras.....

3 5 0 Miss Sabine 5 0 0 Fareham, Legacy of late

Oxfordshire. Rev. T. Williams 5 0 0 W. Randall, Esq., less

Chinnor....

0 12 0 J. Harvey, Esq. 10 10 0 duty

45 0 0 Henley-on-Thames, on acJ. G. Stapelton, Esq...... 3 3 0

Isle of Wight.

count....

500 0 R. Cunliffe, Esq............. 50 0 0 West Cowes Sunday Sch. 0 10 0 For Nat. Tea. T. Rutter 10 0 0 Mr. R. Baynes...

10 00

Kent.
Rev. J. P. Smith, D.D.... 10 0 O'Tunbridge Wells............ 44 10

60 0 0

...... 10 0

......... 12

............202 17 9

21 11 1

£ 8. d.
£ s. d.)

£ 8. d. Staffordshire.

Wrentham

14 2 5 Pencaidair, Rev. M. Rees 10 0 0 North Aux. Society

For E. J. Primrose, Burslem

13 0 0 and E. Ritchie, at Llansilio, Rev. W. Thomas 311 0 Cheadle ......................

8 0 0
Combaconum ......

3 0 0
Hanley
3 7

South Wales Calvinistic
For Nat. Tea.s. New-

Less exps. 137. 58. 9d. 650 7 0 Method. per D. Charles,
land
.................. 10 0 0

Esq.:-
Lane End ..................
3 10 3 Sudbury, Mr. W. Hurrell,

Cardiganshire Newcastle.................... 4 0 3 jun. 2 10 0 Breconshire

53 8 1 Stone

6 3 2
Surrey.
Glamorganshire

57 1 1 Tean

1 12 3 Epsom, H. Gosse, Esq.... 5 0 0 Monmouthshire... Annual Meeting of Aux. Richmond, on account ... 15 0 0 Pembrokeshire ......... 592 6 Society 8 14 0 Sussex.

Carmarthenshire.........105 10 9 Brighton, Rev. J. N. Less exps. 41. 188. 10d. 62 6 8 Goulty, for tools for

Less exps. 15s. 10d. 498 14 10 Tzatzoe .......................

3 00 West Bromwich, Legacy

• 4001. previously remitted. of late Mrs. Whyley 100 00

Warwickshire.

Shrewsbury Calvinistic
Suffolk.
Leamington, Mrs. Gill,

Methodists

18 5 6 Aux. Soc. per S. Ray, Esq.: for a house for the Nat.

SCOTLAND. Alderton ................... 1 30 Tea. J. Gill

5 O 9 Dumfries South Sea MisBeccles .........

31 7 8 Stratford-on-Avon ......... 26 8 4 For Nat. Tea. J. Crisp 10

5 11 2

sionary Society
Trustees of late Mr.
0 0

0 Bergholt

Fisher 6 7 10

Cavers, J. Douglas, Esq. 1000 6 5 0 Melrose, for So. Sea Ship 3

1 0 Boxford...

3 06
Westmoreland.

Per Mr. J. Urquhart:
Bungay
19 7 8 Kendal -

Aberdeen Mis. Society. 20

0 0 For Orph. Girl at Na.

Contributions
84 3 1 Inch ditto....

3 0 0 gercoil

1 4 0 For Kendal Castle Sch. 10 0 0 Two Friends in Tarland 07 G Bury St. Edmunds

For Kent Terrace Sch. 10 0 0 New Machar Society Whiting-street.......... 17 18 6 For Native Schools...... 7 9 0 for Religious Par. 3 50 Northgate-street...... 312 0

New Deer, Mr. Wilson 2 0 0 Cratfield

4 2 0

Less exps. 11. 178.... 109 15 1 Clare 1 11 6

28 126 Debenham

20 12 5

Worcestershire. Falkingham..............

1 1

o Dudley, for Nat. Tea. Jas. Peterhead Missionary and Framlingham

9 3 6
Dawson......
10 0 0 Bible Association

10 10 0 Gorlestone

1 4 0
Yorkshire.
M. L.

5 00 Hadleigh

51 7 5 York Central Aux. Soc.... 141 18 4 Ann. Meeting of Aux. Whitby, for the Widow of

Dalkeith, Rev. Mr. NaSociety

32 12 8 the Nat. Tea. Whitby... 33 0 Halesworth

pier's, for So. Sea Ship 9 6 10 10 Per W. Stancliffe, Esq.: Ayr, Mr. R. Whiteside... 2 Ipswich

Booth...

90

0 Cairndinness, Mr. P. Tacket-street .......... 80 12 3 Halifax, for So. S. Ship 17 10 0

Begbie

1 Nicholas New Chapel 15 0 0

Garleton, Mr. J. Howden Lavenham 10 14

26 10 0 Melford

IRELAND 2 7 0 Needham Market 6 0 0 Leeds, for Nat. Tea. Thos.

Belfast Sun. Sch. Union, Rendham

for School in India 5 2 0 Scales, and Obadiah Southwold

Richard.... ............... 12 12 0

Cookstown, for the Nat.

20 0 0 Stowmarket

0

10
.107 2 0

Tea. W. Weir
For So. Sea Ship......... 1 1 0
For Nat. Tea. J. A.

D. 5
For Wid. and Or. Pund 20

Dublin, Lady Shaw

7 0
Webb, and R. Mor-

SWEDEN
rison
......... 20 0 0

418 0 Swedish Missionary Soc. 100 0 0 Sudbury 36 13 2

JERSEY. Wattesfield 10 0 0 Bradford, for Nat. Tea. J.

A few Friends, per Mrs. Balance of Rents of

Rennie

10 0 0 Traveller ........... Property transfer.

Warley, Legacy of late
red to the Society,

ST. HELENA.
Rev. T. Hawkins, less
by a Member of the

Aux. Society

16 SS duty, and deficiency of

VAN DIEMAN'S LAND.
Church
30 0 0 assets......

70 10 0 Wickham Market ...... 6 11 5

WALES.

Aux. Society

............... 40 00 Wickham Brook.... 12 6 2 North Aux. Soc............. 3 11 0

JAMAICA. Woodbridge

Kingston, Jurenile Soc. Subscriptions

6 2 0 Haverfordwest Tabernacle 77 2 1 in the Mico Schools Quarterly Meeting... 12 9 10 Middle Hill

1 6 6

SOUTH SEAS. For Nat. Schools...... 1 16 0

787. 88. 7d.

Tahitian Aux. Soc. Woodbridge Chapel ... 22 18 8 Trewen, Rev. S. Jones ... 9 8 0

10 96

1 0 0

2 10 0

100 8 4

W. Tyler, Printer, Bolt-court, Fleet-street.

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THE

EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE,

AND

MISSIONARY CHRONICLE.

FOR SEPTEMBER, 1838.

THE LATE WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, ESQ.

PART I.

The name of Wilberforce is one of peerage. And "he too,” his biographer the most distinguished in modern times; well observe, “would no doubt have and it will occupy as large a space in the been entangled in the toils of party, and history of the benefactors of the world have failed of those great triumphs he as any of his predecessors, who laboured, afterwards achieved, but for the entrance lived, and died in promoting the moral into his soul of higher principle." and religious advancement, and conse- A Christian, though of the highest quently the happiness of mankind. It order, and warmed with a' seraph's has been justly said of him, that “in zeal, confined within the limits of a prian age fertile beyond most others in vate 'station, could not, under any cirillustrious characters, he reached, by cumstances however auspicious, have paths till then unexplored, an eminence abolished the slave trade, and drawn never before attained by any private upon his principles and conduct the member of the British Parliament." scrutiny and then the homage of nations, The course of glorious usefulness which awakening them to a sense of the reality Divine Providence raised up this great and the power of vital religion; and thus and good man to pursue, and with unex- the combination of political and public ampled success, demanded two requisites: life, with the strictest religious profesthat he should be a statesman, surround- sion, in the instance of Mr. Wilberforce, ed by an extensive sphere of influence ; at once supplies a satisfactory refutation and that he should be a Christian, ani- of the notion entertained by some weak mated by the noblest principles of that Christians, that the management of the faith whose essence is love to God and affairs of this world must be abandoned love to man.

to those who are destitute of piety, beHad he been a statesman only, actuated cause the bustle and the business of poby no higher motives than ambition and litics are incompatible with its spirit and the desire of obtaining wealth and dis- its claims. It was the constant collision tinction in the honourable service of his of Mr. Wilberforce with the men of the sovereign and his country, he might world, working against him with all their have realised as much as any of his con- bad principles and passions, that brighttemporaries. Every county member with ened, and brought out, and strengthened whom he was associated at the begin the religious principle which had taken ning of his career had been raised to the possession of his heart and governed all

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