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Bond Street Chapel-Rev. E. Webb

Wattesfield-Rev. W. Garthwaite........ Female Association, for the

Wickham Brook-Rev. S. Johnson .....

1 6 Education of Native Fe.

Wcikham Market, and veighbouring Vil. males in India .......... 18 18 8

lages--Rey. S. Laidler.......

5 6 7 Juvenile Association .......... 12 17 0

Woodbridge-Rev. T. PinchbackAnnual Subscriptions .....

Subscriptions ................ 34 13 10 A few Sunday School Girls'..

For Mission Schools........ 3 19 0 Collection after Sermon by

Collection at the Annual MeetRev. J. Campbell.......... 21 18 4

ing of County Society...... 12 17 9

51 10 7 A labouring Man, by Rev.. E. Webb ... 1001 Woodbridge-Rev. H. Taylor

Subscriptions, &c............. 14 7 6
Missionary Boxes of

Collection after Sermon at the
Miss Hames ................. 2 8 7

Meeting of the Society ..... 6 14 7 Mrs. Nunneley........... .. 0 10 6

21 2 1 Mrs. T. Nunneley.........

0 10 0 Miss Bostock.

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From the Executors of the late Rev. W. Mrs. Taylor ......

0 12 6

H
Hurn ...".'
urn ...............................

605 Mrs. Shentone ............... 0 10 3

Wrenthan-Rev. A. Ritchie........

Ditchie .......
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5 2 10

419 3 6 Narbro'- Rev. W. Bedford

Less Expenses.... 17 19 6 Subscriptions and Collections.. 12 12 5 The Misses Tomalin's Young

401 3 11 Ladies .................... 3 10 0 Sunday School Girls. ........ 018 7

- 17 101 Bury St. Edmunds-Rev. C. Dewhirst and

Friends ..

nas .............................. 16 1 1 Newton Burgoland, by Miss Driver .... 2 10 0 Melton Mowbray, Walthain, and Burton

Rev. J. Roberts-Contributions........ 10 Shropshire-Bridgnorth-Rev. S. Barber ... 13 17 0
Ullesthorpe-Rev. W. Ayre-

Subscriptions and Collections........... 8 9 8
Collection after Public Meeting at

Somersetshire- Bath Auxiliary-
Leicester ......

20 10 6 J. C. Hartsinck, Esq., Treasurer ......... 100 0 0

184 6 Less Expenses ....

0 | Wilts and East Somerset Auxiliary Society

Frome-Zion Chapel
171 14 0 Mr. D. Trotman, Secretary............ 100 0 0

Codford-Rev. J. Waters, Congregation
and Sunday School..........

...... 8 12 0 Oxford-Henry Goring, Esq.....(Don.).... 500l

Yorksbire, Sbeffield, Attercliffe, and
Surrey-Peckham-Mr. Austin's Pupils .... 1 14 0 Wincobank Auxiliary-
Dorking-Rev. A. Dawson.............. 18 4 10

W. F. Rawson, Esq., Treasurer...... 239 16 9 Kingston-Rev. W. Crow

West Riding Auxiliary SocietySubscriptions, &c............. 45 13 0

G. Rawson, Esq., TreasurerMiss Biden's Young Ladies ... 1 4 6

Bradford-Male Branch ..

.......... 37 2 6 46 17 6

Wales-Wrexham Auxiliary Society

Chester Street Branch-Rev. J. Pearce Suffolk Society in Aid of Missions

Subscriptions ................ 5 0 0

Ladies' Association .......... 10 8 7 Mr. S. Ray, Treasurer

Collection after Sermon 1
Beccles-Rev. I. Sloper ...

Sloper ................ 35 00 Rev. J. Edmonds.......... 16 5 7
Bergholt-Rev. T. Mascutt ........... 13 2 6 Collection after United Con-
Boxford-Rev. B. Moore........

3 8 6
munion ....

..... 250
Bangay-Rev. J. Blaikie .....
14 5 2

33 19 2 Bury St. Edmunds-Rev. M. Jenla .. 12 13 0 Debenham-Rev. G. Pearce ..

7 14 0 Penybryn Branch-Rev. W. WaterfieldFramlingham-Rev, Mr. Miall ...... 7 10 6 Subscriptions by Mr. M. Hadleigh-Rev. Mr. Raven....

13 2 0

Livingston.................. 5 5 0 Halesworth-Rev. J. Deonant..

11 12 3 Ipswich-Rev. W. Notcutt

56 8 8 Ladies' Association- Rev. J. Whitby

6 0 0 Lavenbam-Rev. R. Ainslie.

1 6 6

Collected by
Lowestoft--Rev. G. Crisp.......

4 13 6 Mrs. Davies ................. 2
Needbam-Rev. A. Bromiley............. 8 5 6 Miss Davies ....
Rendbam-Rev. Mr. Bromiley........ 5 11 2 Mrs. Hobson .............
Southwold-Rev. B. Longley............ 5 17 7

Miss Livingston...
Stowmarket-Rev. W. Ward

Two Friends, per Ditto ....... Subscriptions ................ 35 10 6

Miss A. Price ................ 1 For the Madagascar Schools 3 18 9

Collection after Sermon by Collected after an Address by

Rev. J. Edmonds........ G. Bennet, Esq. ...........

6 2 0

A Friend to the Cause .... - 45 11 31 Missionary Boxes of

Mrs. Hobson ................ 0 14 0 Sudbury–Rev. Messrs. J. M. Ray and W.

Miss Livingston .............. 0 12 0 Wallis ............................... 39 10 3 Miss Roberts .....

.. 0 4 0 WalpoleRev. J. W. Maybew...., bew.......... 5 2

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Scotland-Edinburgh Auxiliary Society

G. Yule, Esq., Treasurer Queensferry Juvenile Bible and Missionary

Society .............................. Inverkeithing Missionary Society For the Support of the Native

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North Auxiliary Society

W. Williamson, Esq., Treasurer Anglesea-Collected by

Rev. R. Roberts .......... ... 0 10 Mrs. Lewis Clusiog .......... 0 10 Donations under 10s.......... 0 15 Salem Chapel Collections.. I 5 Bodedern

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Ireland_Hibernian Auxiliary Society

Rev. J. B. Grey-On Account .......... 100 00

Caernargon-Henryd and Conway Col.

lections-By Rev. R. Rowlands........ 17 0

Guernsey-Rev. P. Dix and Congregation.. 15 20

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LATE PASTOR OF THE INDEPENDENT CHURCH AT MATLOCK BATH, DERBYSHIRE.

The Rev. John Wilson, whose conscience) into the pleasures of death, on the 2nd of April, was his thoughtless fellow-travellers. noticed in this Magazine, was a But the Lord had marked him for native of Yorkshire, having been his own; and it was while he was born at Huddersfield on the 21st in this line of business that he was of April, 1755. In his youth, he pleased to work that great and had the advantage of attending on essentially necessary change upon the ministry of the late excellent his heart, which brought liim with Henry Venn, and of his curate, weeping and supplication to the the Rev. Mr. Ryland, afterwards foot of the cross, and led ultimateof Birmingham ; for both of whom, ly to his ministerial engagements. but especially Mr. Venn, he main- This important event took place tained the highest esteem and while he was upon a journey, and veneration to the time of his death. was instrumentally produced by And although he was not conscious reading Mr. Mason's “ Spiritual of any lasting impressions produced Treasury,” and some work of Dr. upon his mind, under their minis. Owen's, which by apparent accitry, it may be presumed the good dent fell into his hands. It was word was not lost, but that it soon rumoured abroad that “ Wil. served, in the hands of the Holy' son was turned Methodist !” and Spirit, to prepare him for the im- many were the scoffs and jeers portant results which followed. which he had to endure from his

At an early period of life, Mr. former companions, insomuch that Wilson left his native town, and he has often been heard to say soon after engaged as commercial that he dreaded entering the room traveller with a very respectable where they were assembled, as house in Bristol. Though his con- much as some culprits do going duct appears always to have been to the whipping-post or the treada moral, he was at this time fond of wheel. His decisive and exemgaiety, and could enter (though plary conduct, lowever, soon put not without many secret checks of to silence the ignorance of foolish VOL. X.

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