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ORDINATION OF MISSIONARIES.
Rev. H. CALDERWOOD.

signated to the Missionary office, at UnionOn the 24th of April, the Rev. Henry

street Chapel, Southwark. Mr. Seaborn Calderwood, late pastor of the United Seces

succeeds to the Station at New Amsterdam, sion church at Kendal, having been ap

and Mr. Edwards to that of Hanover, West pointed by the Directors to the South Coast, both in the colony of Berbice. The African Mission, was ordained to the Mis- services were conducted by the Rev. J. sionary office, at Peebles, by the following

Mirams, Rev. James Scott, Rev. Thomas ministers :-Rev. Dr. Paterson, Rev. Dr.

Jackson, Rev. George Collison, Rev. A. Brown, Rev. Mr. Alexander, Rev. Mr.

Fletcher, and Rev. John Arundel.
Adam, Rev. Mr. Cooper, and the Rev. Mr.
Thomson.

Mr. R. BIRT.
On Tuesday evening, June 5, Mr. Richard

Birt, appointed as a Missionary to South Rev. H. S. SEABORN and Rev. JOHN

Africa, was ordained at the Weigh-house EDWARDS.

Chapel; the following ministers conducted On Monday evening, May 7, the Rev. H. the service :—the Rev. T. Cumming, Rev. S. Seaborn, late pastor of the church at A. Wells, Rev. R. Cecil, (Mr. Birt's tutor,) Haverhill, and the Rev. John Edwards, late Rev. T. Binney, (Mr. Birt's pastor,) and pastor of the church at Bideford, were de- the Rev. T. James.

EMBARKATION OF MISSIONARIES.
Rev. R. Jones.

appointed as schoolmaster to Kingston, JaOn the 26th of April, the Rev. Robert

maica, embarked for his Station. Jones, appointed to Chapelton, Jamaica, and Mrs. Jones, embarked at Blackwall, in

Rev. H. S. SEABORN. the Henry Tanner, Cousins, for that island.

On the 9th of May, the Rev. Hugh S.

Seaborn, and Mrs. Seaborn, embarked at Mr. and Mrs. HILLYER.

Gravesend, in the Thomas Snook, Capt. On the same day, Mr. and Mrs. Hillyer, Baker, for New Amsterdam. schoolmaster and schoolmistress, appointed to Mandeville, also embarked in the Henry

Rev. J. EDWARDS. Tanner, to proceed to their destination.

On the 9th of May, the Rev. John Ed.

wards, and Mrs. Edwards, also embarked Mr. Gibson.

for New Amsterdam in the same ship. In the same vessel, Mr. John Gibson,

ARRIVAL OF THE REV. DR. PHILIP AND FRIENDS AT THE

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. On the 6th of February last, the Rev. Dr. arrived at Cape Town, per David Scott, Philip, Rev. James Read, Rev. G. Schreiner, Spence, in health and safety. and Mrs. Schreiner, with the Chief Tzatzoe,

ARRIVAL OF THE REV. R. CALDWELL IN INDIA. On the 7th of January, the Rev. Robert able passage, at Madras, per the Mary Ann, Caldwell arrived, after a safe and comfort. Capt. Tarbutt.

ARRIVAL OF MR. AND MRS. HENDERSON AT DEMERARA. On the 24th of February, Mr. Thomas Hen- at Montrose, arrived per the Admiral Moorderson, and Mrs. Henderson, schoolmaster 80m, Capt. Wood, at George Town, Demeand schoolmistress, appointed to the schools

rara.

RETURN OF THE REV, J. SCOTT FROM DEMERARA. On the 25th of April, the Rev. James been favoured with a safe and agreeable Scott, and two children, arrived in England, passage, and is now in improved health. per the ship Johnston. Our brother has

ARRIVAL OF MRS. JOHNS FROM THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. On the 20th of May, Mrs. Johns, the wife and consequently proceeded to the Cape. of our devoted brother, the Rev. D. Johns, While in Cape Town, Mrs. Johns was usearrived with her children from Cape Town, fully employed in connexion with that Sta. in comfort and safety. The health of Mrs. tion; but her health still continuing in a Johns had suffered much in Madagascar ; feeble state, she embarked thence, with the and after removing to Mauritius she found view of seeking its restoration in her native herself unequal to the climate of that island, country.

LETTERS RECEIVED FROM MISSIONARIES, &c.
SOUTH SEAS, 1837 and 1838.—Tahiti, Rev. C. MEDITERRANEAN, 1838.- Corfu, Rex. J.
Barff, July 11. Rev. W. Henry, Nov. 16, Nov. 28. Lowndes, Feb. 14, March 17.
Rev. D. Darling, Dec. 4, Dec. 14. Rev. J. M. Ors- SOUTH AFRICA, 1837 and 1838.–Cape Town,
mond, Dec. 25. Rev. G. Pritchard, Dec. 30, Jan. Mrs. Philip, Jan. 8, Jan. 18, Jan. 19, Jan. 23, Mar.
6. Rev. Messrs. Pritchard, Darling, and Wilson, 8. Rev. J. Read, Feb. 8. Rev. C. Mead and bre-
June 14. Paofai, Jan. 6. Eimeo, Rev. A. Simpson, thren, Jan. 5. Paarl, Rev. W. Elliott, Dec. 22.
Dec. 18. Mr. Thos. Blossom, Aug. 30, Dec. 27. Hankey, Rev. E. Williams, Jan. 29. Bethelsdorp,
Huahine, President, Governor, and Secretary of Rev. J. Kitchingman, Jan. 2. Uitenhage, Rev. d.
Auxiliary Missionary Society, July 3. Rarotonga, G. Messer, Dec. 28. Theopolis, Rev. Geo. Barker,
Rev. A. Buzacott, May 4. Savaii, Rev. Charles Dec. 26. Williamstown, Rev. J. Brownlee, Dec.
Hardie, Aug. 31. Upolu, Rev. S. Wilson, April 9, 14. Philippolis, Rev. T. Atkinson, Dec. 25. Ko-
May 8. Rev. W. Mills, May 8. Rev. A. Buzacott, maggas, Rev. J. H. Schmelen, Aug. 25.
May 8. Tutuila, Rev. G. Barnden, Nov. 29, Dec. 7. AFRICAN ISLANDS, 1838.-Mauritius, Rev.

ULTRA GANGES, 1837 and 1838.--China, J. R. D. Jones, Jan. 3, Jan. 5. Rev. D. Johns, Nov. 25,
Morrison, Esq. Dec. 19. Malacca, Rev. Samuel Jan. 11, Jan. 12. Rev. Messrs. Johns and Jones,
Dyer, Oct. 27, Nov. 8. Rev. John Evans, Sept. 8, Feb. 7. Messrs. Johns, Jones, and Baker, Feb.
Jan. 1 (two letters,) Rev. Messrs. Evans and Dyer, 10.
Nov. 9. Singapore, Rev. John Evans, October 12. WEST INDIES, 1838.-Demerara, Rev. C. Rat-
Pinang, Rev. Thomas Beighton, Dec. 12, Dec. 15. tray (no date,) Jan. 15, March 12, April 12. Rev.
Batavia, Mr. W. Young, Oct. 21.

Messrs. Watt and Rattray, Jan. 19, April 14. Rev. EAST INDIES, 1837 and 1838.-Calcutta, Rev. Messrs. Scott and Rattray, Feb. 1, March 7. Rev. A. F. Lacroix, Oct. 20. Rev. T. Boaz, Oct. 27. Rev. James Scott, Feb. 2. Rev. S. S. Murkland, Jan. Messrs. Piffard and Lacroix, Dee. 4. Rev. John 13. Rev. J. Ketley, Feb. 26, Feb. 27, March 12. Bradbury, Nov. 29. Rev. Messrs. Boaz and La- Rev. R. B. Taylor, March 5, Mr. T. Henderson, croix, Jan. 18, March 14. Chinsurah, Rev. Geo. March 12. Berbice, Mr. A.Jansen, Jan. Rev. Mundy, Jan. 13. Berhampore, Rev. M. Hill, Dec. 8. G. Forward, Jan. 22, Feb. 6, Feb. 12 (two letters, Surat, Rev. W. Fyvie, Feb. 15. Madras, Rev. J. Feb. 14, March 12. Mrs. Howe, Feb. 3. Rev. D. Smith, Aug. 15, Jan. 15. Rev. W. H. Drew, Dec. Kenyon, Jan. 30, Feb. 1. Rev.s. Haywood, Feb. 1, 26, Jan. 15 (two letters,) Mar. 17. Rev. R. Cald- Feb. 5 (two letters,) Feb. 28, March 22, April 3, well, Jan. 17. Vizagapatam, Rev. J. W. Gordon, April 5. Mr. John Morris, March 1. Jamaica, Dec. 20. Cuddapah, Rev. W. Howell, Jan. 9 (two Rev. Messrs. Barrett, Wooldridge, Vine, and Alloletters.) Belgaum, Rev. W. Beynon, July 25, way, Jan. 22. Rev. J. Vine, March 27. Rev. W. Sept. 2. Rev. J. Taylor, Sept. 30, Jan. 22. Rev. Alloway, Jan. 29, Feb. 20, Feb. 21, April 23. Mr. Messrs. Taylor and Beynon, Sept. 1. Bellary, Rev. W. Okell, March 6. Rev. J. Wooldridge and breW.Thompson, Dec. 22. Neyoor, Rev. C. Miller, Dec. thren, Feb. 6. Rev. W. G. Barrett, Feb. 3, Feb. 22, 28. Quilon, Rev. J. C. Thompson, Jan. 6. Rey.C. March 29. Rev. J. Wooldridge, March 12, March Miller, and Rev. J. C. Thompson, Dec. 4.

23. Rev. W. Slatyer, March 28. Rev. B. FrankRUSSIAN EMPIRE, 1838.-Ona, Rev. W.Swan, lin, April 11. Mr. J. Howell, March 2. Feb. 18.

ACKNOWLEDGʻMENTS. THE thanks of the Directors are respectfully pre- pendent chapel, Gosport, for a box of school matesented to the following: - viz., to Mr. Wilson, rials for the schools of the Rev. D. Jones, MauriSheffield, for a cask of cutlery for Rev. Messrs. tius; to Mrs. Wooley, Pangbourne, for a box of Platt and Williams; to Rev. E. Walford, Wood- useful articles for Mrs. Beighton's school, Pinang; bridge, for a parcel of useful articles for the Rev. to the Doncaster British Girls' School, for sunJohn Williams; to friends at St. Andrew's, per Rev. dry useful articles for the Mission schools in the W. Lothian, for a box of useful articles for the West Indies; to a member of Surrey Chapel, for a schools of Rev. J. Paterson, Berhampore; to E. and hamper of glass marked “W." for the South Sea H., to the Ladies of the Rev. A. Stewart's congre- Mission; to Dr. Rogers, Kentish Town, for a pargation, Barnet, and to a friend at Peterborough, cel of books for the South Sea Mission; to Mr. Jofor sundry useful articles for Mrs. Beighton's school, seph and Miss Abbott, Leek, for a box of needlePinang; to Mr. J. James, Birmingham, for a tool cases, pincushions, &c., for the South African Mischest, and case of Hardware for Mr. Birt, South sion; to "T. C." for a parcel of floor brads for Rer. Africa; to Mr. Chattwin, for a parcel of carpenter's H. Nott; to Mr. H. Meech, Sherborne, for a case of tools for South Africa; to Mrs. Sach, for a parcel of carpenters' and agricultural tools for the Fish River printed cottons for the South Sea; to Miss Hooper, Hottentots, value 151.; to friends at Blackheath for one dozen shirts for the Hottentots; to the and Greenwich, per Mr. Wilshere, for two boxes of Ladies at Arundel, per Mrs. Dobbin, for a box of frocks and shirts for the children of the Rev. R. B. useful articles for the female schools at Calcutta Taylor's school, Demerara; to the Ladies of the and Berhampore ; to Mrs. G. Mallows, Wattesfield, Rev. J. W. Richardson's congregation, Sunderland, for a box of wearing apparel for the South Sea Mis. for 2 boxes of useful articles for the Mission at Bansion; to the Sunday-school children of the Inde- galore ; to Anonymous for a parcel of useful articles for Mrs. Beighton, Pinang; to Mrs. Ward, Newport Pagnel, for a box of useful articles for Mrs. Mault; to friends at Stalbridge and Henstridge, per Mrs. H. Taylor, for a box of children's apparel for Mrs. Medhurst's orphan school at Batavia; to friends at York-st. Chap., Walworth, for a parcel of frocks, pincushions, &c., for the Hottentots; to a friend, per do....

Rev. J. Hyatt, Gloucester; to W. A. Hankey, Esq.; to Mrs. Nokes, Upminster; to E. H. C.; to Mr. Garlile, Painswick; to Mr. Kempster; to Mrs. Broadfoot; to Mrs. Pritchett, York; and to Mr. Thomas Cook, for vols, and numbers of the Evangelical Magazine, Pamphlets, &c. &c.

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS,
From the 1st March, to 9th April, 1838, inclusive,- (continued.)

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£ s. d. Angas, Mrs. G. F. 2 16 3 Staines ...

24 15 0 For South Sea Ship, &c. 222 8 V. 0. W. 8 0 0 For Nat. Teacher

0
........ 20 00
For Nat. Schools......... 5 5 0

68 2 3 Ensor, Mrs.502.3 per Cent.

401. Consols, valued at ...... 46 15 Uxbridge, for S. Sea Ship 2 0 0

Oxford

33 8 Surrey Chapel, for the S. Whetstone and Totteridge 4 8 2

Rutlandshire, Sea Ship............ 34 12 1 Willesden, per Mr. Duter

Uppingham

41 10 10 Missionary-box in the Mis

rau

7 17 0

For Native Schools 5 2 2 sionary Museum ......... 7 8 6

J. B.

2 2 0
For Nat. Teacher

...... 10 00 For the South Sea Mis

561. 138. S. H. per Rev. J. Williams 1000 Monmouthshire.

Oakham

7 17 0 Sir H. Verney, Bart...... 10 10 o Pontypool, Mr. J. Walker 5 0 0

Shropshire. Mrs. Curling, for printing Abergavenny Sunday-sch. North Aux. SocietyLife of Capt. Wilson 10 0 0 for South Sea Ship 5 100

Drayton.........

30 0 For the South Sea Ship

Clive ................
Norfolk.

5 T. A. Hankey, Esq.

7 4 10 10 0 Aux. Soc. per T. Bright

Hadnall...

8 3 4 Mrs. C. C. Manning 10 0 0

well, Esq.
...300 0 0 Quina Brook

16 A. T. and H. D. R....... 10 0 0 Burnham, for the South

0 Wem

80 18 4 F. Temple, Esq.

1 0 0
Sea Ship .................

2 0 0

For Native School 15 8 2 T. Pewtress, Esq........... 2 0 0

Mattishall.

9 13 9
Whitchurch

0 S. Baylis, Esq.............

1 0 0
Thetford, Mrs. Clarke 1 10 0

Whixall......................
Mr. Rix...

6 6 0 1 0 0 B. Rotch, Esq., 2nd don. 5 Yarmouth, for South Sea

Wollerton ............... 8 10 0 0 0

Ship Mrs. Waters....

12 5 6 1 0 0

Less exps. 11. 6s. 5d. 167 129 Durham.

Northamptonshire.
Stockton, Miss Walker,

Daventry
20 0 0 Bridgnorth

37 1 4 Oundle

23 00 For Native Teacher for the South Sea ship. 2 0 0

... 10 00 Northumberland.

For Building Chapel 10 00
Essex.
Alnwick, United Secess.

Wellington

900 Hutton, Legacy under the

Congregation
24 92 Bishop's Castle

5 4 will of the late Mrs.

0 Berwick..

10 0 0

711. 58. 4d. French, less duty......... 45 0 0 Newcastle, Balance 74 0 2

Ellesmere

..... 46 1 10 Kent.

For Anglo-Chinese Col. 010 6 Owestry..... ............111 15 8 Sandwich

6 0 0

For the Hottentots at
Fish River............... 1 0 0

Shrewsbury

.101 74 Lincolnshire. For Female Education 11 10 0

For Female Education 2 0 0 Boston

45 0 0
For the South Sea Ship 45 9 0

For Native Teacher 10 0 0 Kirton 10 11 6

For South Sea Ship

5 15 6 557. Ils. 60.

132 98
Marton

1 0 0 Gainsborough 38 3 0

Minsterley .............. 3 18 8 Grantham......

21
0 10 North Shields ................ 82 15 7
For Native Schools...... 0 10 0

124 1 6 Lincoln

For Native Teachers ... 10 00
Zion Chapel............
........ 33 13 6
For South Sea Ship...... 1 100

Somersetshire.
Independent Chapel ...100 17 10

Barton, St. David's ...... 6 5 11 For Caffre School......... 15 00

94 15 7 Castle Cary

2 5 6 Taunton

0 10 0 Less exps. 51. 108. ...144 14 Howden Pans ................

Fulwood, for Nat. Tea.... 10 0 0 2 0 0

Hon. Mrs. Welman (D.) 15 0 0 Wisbech ..................... 27 5 0

Nottinghamshire.
Wellington

2500
Middleser.
Aux. Society-

Uffcuhn
North Middlesex and So.

Moor Green .................
3 6 0 Milborne Port

8 11

6 Herts Auxiliary

Mansfield ...................

36 37 Cheshunt College ...... 33 13 10

Por Native Schools... 2 0 0 Temple Combe & Cheriton 4 1 0 Edmonton and Totten. 21 3 10 Bawtry

5 1 10 Bradford
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2 7 3 Winchmore-hill 6 6 6 Sutton in Ashfield 1080 Yeovil

16 12 0 Enfield Chase Side 72 2 6

Newark ....................... 40 00 For Nat. Teacher........... 1000 B. N. Williams, Esq. for

331. 3d. the South Sea Ship... 20 0 0 Less exps. 51. 148. 7d. 91 4 10 Temple Cloud, for South Ponder's end......... 35 00

Sea Ship

3 100 Nottingham, per J. M.

Bath Aux. Society..........35000 Less exps. 51. 138. 102. 182 12 10 Davidson, M.D. for the

For South Sea Ship, per

12 0 W. Kent, Esq. ....

0 South Sea Ship

20 8 6 Ealing

Mrs. Jacombe, for Or-
2 15 0
Mansfield, Mr. Place, for

500 Fish River

1

phan at Chinsurah ...

0 0 Hammersmith.......... 43 16 8

Bristol Aux. Soc. .......... 60000 Hounslow, for the South Carlton, for Nat. School . 1000

Sloffordshire. Sea Ship ................... 22 6 0

Oxfordshire.

Leek, for South Sea Ship 5 5 0 Poyle ............................ 16 14 1 Henley-on-Thames

...... 35 19 7

(Part of 371. 6s. acknowFor Native Teacher

... 10 00

ledged in April.)

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£ 8. d.
£ 8. d.

8. d. Shelton ....** ** 42 14 0 For Wid. and Or. Fund 500 Millseat ......

..... 17 0

0 Suffolk. For Nat. Tea. W. Cliffe

Craigdam, for Nat. Tea. . 12 0 9 Framlingham, for South

and B. Moorhouse ... 20 0 0 Kilmarnock, Messrs. SteSea Ship 2 0 0 For Fem. Education, in.

wart Brothers ............

5 0 0 Hadleigh, Mr. C. Kersey,

cluding 101. for s.

Mr. J. Davies

1 0 0 for China 5 5 0 Boothroyd, and 61. for

Stewartfield

1 1 6 Surrey. J. Tennant, L. M.

Annan, J. Saunders, Esq. 50 0 Clapham ................. 30 0 0 Hague, and M. A.

Glenae House, including Park-road ............... 40 6 3

Browne ................... 61

94 71. 58. for So. Sea Ship. 15 4 0 Croydon........................ 600 0 Halifax

61 6 3 Kelloe, G. Buchan, Esq. Dorking.. .................... 26 15 9 Warley

2 14 0 For Hottentots...

5 0 3281. 78. 5d.

For Anglo-Chinese Col. 0 0 Epsom 29 4 11 Rotherham

95 13 0 Macduff, Miss Mitchell... 10 0 For Native Teacher ... 10 0 0 Barnsley, A Friend 30 0 391. 48. lld.

Edinburgh Aux. Soc.Guildford ............... 18 9 0 Doncaster

....... 41 12 5

Biggar, for Nat. Tea. Leatherhead................... 2 06 For Native Schools....... 0 5 0 Biggar

10 0 0 Norwood

8 10 0
411. 178. 5d.

Argyle-square Chapel 27 0 0
Richmond, balance of Mis. York, for the Ship 15 10 0 Auchterbowie and Plean
Boxes.........................
6 9 1 Green Hammerton, Miss

Mis. and Bible Soc.... 2 0 0 Jackson (dec.).

20 0 0 H.M. Gibb, Esq......... 3 3 Wandsworth ................ 45 1 6 Great Ouseburn, for the

Ditto, for So. Sea Ship 5 0 0 For Fem. Education ... 3 0 0 South Sea Ship

7 10 0 A Friend

5 0 487. 18. 6d. Sheffield, &c. Aux. Soc.... 92 9 0 A Friend do,

3 3 0 Sussex. For Fem. Education 21 0 0 Anonymous .................

5 0 0 Aux. Soc..... 524 14 9

1131. 9s.

Forfar Juv. Soc. ......... 2 2 0 For the South Sea Ship 21 10 Burley Hall, for S. S.Ship

Ladies' Association...... 12 2 2 5451. 158. 9d. Mrs. W. Clapham 2 0 0 Interest....

0 12 Warrickshire.

J. P. Clapham, Esq. 3 0 0 Subscriptions under 51. 24 18 6 Birmingham, for the So.

Pickering

51 81 Sea Ship ...................187 5 0 Whitby

..... 27 13 7

Less exps. 21. 10d. ... 98 0 2
Westmoreland.

For Nat. Tea. Whitby. 10 10 0
Kendal, W. Wilson, Esq.
Guisborough, for So. Sea

Dundee

8 4 0 for the South Sea Ship 5 0 0 Ship..........

5 0 0 For Nat. Tea. D. Russell Wiltshire.

and W. Baxter......... 20 0 0 Codford 7 0 0 Scarborough

34 13 0 For South Sea Ship...... 0 10 0 Holt... 6 13 6 For Native Schools...... 1 0 0

For Africa...................

3 3 0 Salisbury, Misses Deven

For South Sea Ship...... 36 0 0 ish, for the S. Sea Ship 4 100

711. 138.

31 17 0 Trowbridge, Tabernacle : 45 5 0

WALES.
Warminster, Balance .... 14 0
0 North Calv. Methodists-

Inverkeithing, for Native
Yorkshire.
Carnarvonshire ..........197 92 Teacher....

10 10 0 Hull & East Riding Aux.

Denbighshire
........... 90

5 0 Glasgow Aux. Soc.Society

Flintshire

38 7 Auchterarder Relief Ch. 3 0 0 Hull

....377 1 1 Merionethshire ..........130 1 1 Beith Relief Church 8 0 0 For Fem. Education 4 15 0 Montgomeryshire

...... 62 10 9

Campbelltown Relf. Ch. 5 0 0 For a Boy in India... 2 10 0 Liverpool

....................156 2 1 Hamilton Indept. Ch. 10 0 0 For Nat. Tea. G. Lam

Saltcoats Association... 3 0 bert, and J.Jackson 20 0 0 North Aux. Society

Strathaven Relief Ch.... 6 0 0 Welton, South Cave,&c. 3 14 6 Anglesea

45 9 10 Subscriptions

9 18 0 Beverley 67 17 0 Carnarvonshire ..........

19 11 3 Ladies' Association...... 16 16 1 For Nat. Tea, R. Le

Denbighshire
23 19 11 For South Sea Ship...... 18 16

9 vett...................... 100 0 Flintshire ...

69 11 6 George-st. Cha. Branch 52 10 6 Cottingham

.... 30 11
Merionethshire

20 3 91 For Native School 10 0 0 Montgomeryshire

Less exps. 31. 198. 3d. 129 2 1 Bridlington

22 3 0 Swanland ................... 1997 Less exps. 81. 188. 90, 187 16 8 Dunkeld Mis. Soc. ......... 8 0 0

Ruthven & Almond Bank 5 0 0 Less exps. 601, 98. 5d. 507 11 1 Per Rev.C. Jones:

Subs. per Mr. J. Bower... 2 0

0 • 4307. previously acknow

Trawsfynd

6 10 0 Gatehouse on Fleet......... 8 15 ledged.

Dinasymowdwy .......... 10 1 u|Lanark 1st Relief Church, Hull Juvenile Soc. .......... 41 4 2 Dolgelly and Rhydymain 8 5 10 for South Sea Ship ....

0 0 Leeds ........ 1 6

For Negro Education ...

0 For South Sea Ship...... 75 00

24 17 9 Dalkeith 1st U. A. Cong. 10 0 0 For Fem. Education 63 0 0

IRELAND, For Native Teachers ... 28 10 0 Bangor, per Rev. A. Jones 6 12 0 Hibernian Aux. Soc....... 525 0 0 2341. 113. 6d.

Montgomeryshire Asso. . 61 18 9 Belfast, Rev. J. Carlile... 98 6 Wakefield, for Nat. Tea.

Cardigansh. Association . 155 6 6 Cork, per M. Salmon, Esq. J. D. Lorraine, and Sch.

Carmarthenshire Assoc. . 165 10 4 for South Sea Ship 6 15 0 Mistress, Sarah Bruce. 20 0 0 Swansea Castle-st. Chap. 14 10 0

GENEVA.
Lady Huntingdon's Ch.

Ladies' Association for Fe-
Per W. Stancliffe, Esq.:

for South Sea ship

2 3 3 male Educa. in India... 14 10 0 Bradford

24 0.0 Pembrokeshire English For Nat. Tea. T. Taylor 10 0 0 Aux. Society

.............. 43 3 6

GUERXSEY Hopton 5 6 Welsh Ditto ...........140 0

0 Elded Chapel ............ 17 16

0 For Nat. Tea. E. Balme 10 0 0 Glamorgansh. Aux. Soc. 49 10 2 New-street Chapel 250 0 For Fem. Education 9 10 0 Gower-Newton..

0 For Wid, and Or. Fund 990

SCOTLAND.

Less premium, 21...40 16 0 Huddersfield

60 13 4 Aberdeen Female Soc. ... 29 0

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