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Huntly Missionary Society-
Male Branch

0 Female

............... 14 0 0 Collection...

4 50 Cabrach-Friends............

1 10

24 15 0 Forres-Collection

4.00 Nairn

2 0 0 Donation

1 0 0

3 0 0 Dunkeld-Town Hall-Collection..

3 Methven-Rev. J. Jameson Collection 3 8 9 Duncan-Collection

2 7 11 Glasgow Auxiliary Society Blantyre Works' Association for Religious Purposes..

1 10 0 Cumnock Female Society for Religious Purposes-Per Mrs. Brown

10.00 Fenwick Male Society for Religious Purposes-Per Rev. Dr. Kidston....

4 0 0 Hutcheson Town Relief Congregational

Society for Religious Purposes
Per Mr. R. Watt

4 0 0 Subscriptions ..

9 18 6 Collected by the DeputationGeorge Street Chapel-Rev. Dr. Wardlaw

22 12 8. Nile Street-Rev. Mr. Ewing 17 3 6

Public Meeting.. 15 8 7
Grey Friars' Church-Rev. Dr.
Dick

10 14 10
Regent Place Charch-Rev.
Dr. Heugh

9 1 4 Anderston Relief Chapel

Rev. Mr. Struthers.......... 9 8 0

Donations.......

30 10 0

Kelsyth-Rev. Mr. Anderson-
Coltection after Sermon by
Rev. G. Moody

2 14 6 Relief Wants Praying Society 0 17

6 Bible and Missionary Society -Rev. Mr. Burns

1 0 0

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113 17 5 Less Expenses.... 5 4 3

108 13 2

1 1 0 6 7 0 1 16 2

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2 12 6

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10 11 10

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....... 10

0

Peebles-Rev. Mr. ThomsonCollection after Sermon by

Rev. G. Mundy............ Ladies' Association

3 0 3 0

0

0 0

Cupar Missionary Society...... 0

11 0 0

Selkirk - Town Hall Public

Meeting
Donation.....................

3 13 6
1 0 0

3 10 2

4 13 6

Donation by a Friend......... 1 0
Arbroath-Collection..

3 0 2
Prayer-Meeting, by Rev. W.
Ramsey...

0 10
Montrose-Rev. Mr. Lillie
Collection after Sermon by
Rev. W. Ellis..............

4 2
Rev. Mr. Cuthbert-Collection

after Sermon by Rev.W. Ellis 11 15 9 Collection at a Prayer-Meeting 11 0 Donation..

1 0 0 Collection after Public Meeting

in the Parish Church ....... 13 5 7

Howick-Rev, Mr. Henderson-
Collection after Sermon by

Res. G. Mandy
Rev. Mr. Browns-Collections

after Sermons..

2 0 1

2 15 4

4 15 5

Kelso-Rev. Mr. Renton-
Collection after Sermon by Rev. G.

Mandy.
Coldstream - Rev. Mr. Taylor-Ditto
Laader-Rev. Mr. Lawries-Ditto .......
Berwick-Rev. Mr. Balmer-
Collections after Sermons-Ditto ...

3 9 0
2 0 0
5 06

30 7 10

7 0 0

31 4 4 Less Expenses....

0 16 6 Aberdeen-Juvenile Missionary SocietySubscriptions..

11 5 11 Mrs. Mackie's Missionary Box 011 6 Masters Milne's Ditto.

0 14 0 Interest, &c. .................

08 9 Collections

6 13 5

164 6 2

Duncanstown-Rev. Mr, Morison-
Collection

IT & O

18 15

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6 00

George Street Chapel Collection 10 0 0 Blackfriars Street ditto... 8 14 0 Frederick Street

ditto... 4 10 0 East Kirk

7 15 4 Mr. V.....

2 2 0 Mr. B., by Rev. W. Low.... 1 0 0 Missionary Box....

0 4 0 Ellon Missionary and Bible Society

3 11 0 Friend, by Rev. James Foote.. 3 0 0 Society for Religious Purposes

in connexion with the Rev. Mr. Stirling's Congregation.. 2 0 0 Youths' Missionary Society,per

Mr. W. Mathews, Jun... 18 0 0 A Friend, per Mr. W. Thom

1 0 0 Aberdeen Auxiliary Missionary

Society, per P. Duguid, Esq. 25 0 0

Dunblane-Collection after Pub. lic Meeting....

2 4 7 Bridge of Teath-Rev. Mr. Mc Kerrow

3 15 6 Stirling-Rev. Mr. MarshallCollection after Sermon by Rev. W. Ellis...

4 4 0 Rev. D. Stewart and Rev. J.

Smarts - Collection after
Sermon..

7 13 S Collection after Public Meeting

at Rev. Mr. Gilfillans... 3 9 2 Friends..

3 0 6 St. Ninians - Rev. Mr. Lo

gans-Collection after Public
Meeting....

4 8 6 Donation

1 0 0 Stirlingshire Society in Aid of Missions,...

90 Helensburgh-- Rev. J. AndersonCollection after Sermon by Rev. W. Ellis...

8

0 Donation, per Rev. J. Arthur.. 3 O Port Glasgow-Rev. D. Barr's Church

Collection after Sermons by Rev. Messrs.

Adkins and Ellis...
Grenock-Independent Chapel-

Collection by Rev. W. Ellis.. 90
Public Meeting...

14 8

43 15 10

son, Jun...

86 16 4

11 00

111 11 4

9 70

23 8 0

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Total....... 996 13 7 Craigdam Female Missionary Society

Per Mrs. E. Robertson................ Edinburgh-Mrs. M. S. Stewart..(Don.).. 10 10 O Legacy by the late Mr. Henry Duncan(Less Expenses).

50 00 Mr. G. Buchan, in Aid of the Russian Mission

10 0

50 15 9

......

6 16 3
09 3

6 7 0

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

The thanks of the Directors are respectfully presented to the following, viz.:

To Mrs. Spratt, for Articles of Clothing for the South Sea Mission. G. Bennet, Esq., for Ten Volumes of Scripture Natural History, for the Mission Families in the South Sea Islands. Mr. J. Aris, for Haberdashery for the African Schools. Rev. J. Saltren, for a Box of valuable Books. To a Friend, Mesars. Chariott, Scammell, Meymotb, and West, for Volumes and Numbers of the Evangelical Magazine. Friends at Leeds and Huddersfield, by G. Rawson, Esq., for Books and Apparel for Rev. Mr. Miller, Neyoor Mission.

Juha Westley and Co. 97, Ivy Lane,

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EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE

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MISSIONARY CHRONICLE.

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FOR MAY, 1832.

MEMOIR OF THE LATE REV. DAVID JONES,

OF HOLYWELL, FLINTSHIRE.

DAVID JONES was born at Llan- continued so depressed, as materiuwchllyn, Merionethshire, in the ally to injure his health and conmonth of October, 1770. His mo- stitution. Unable to find comfort ther died when he was a child, and in the closet or the sanctuary, and the family soon after removed to fearing that the enjoyment of gosBala. After serving his appren- pel ordinances would only tend to ticeship with a cooper in that town, aggravate his condemnation, he was and working for some time as a ofien tempted to withdraw entirely journeyman, he set up business on from church-fellowship, to neglect his own account at Llanuwchllyn, all religious duties, to doubt the and was much respected wherever faithfulness of the Saviour, to dishe was known. When about eigh- believe the testimonies of the Bible, teen, a sermon, preached by the and to try if he could find either late Rev. W. Thomas, of Bala, peace or pleasure in “the ways of from Eccles. xi. 9, made a deep the world.” These inward workings impression on his mind. He of unbelief and despair were prinat once felt that he was a guilty, cipally occasioned by some definihelpless sinner; and, concluding tions of “the sin against the Holy that he could never obtain forgive. Ghost,” which he had previously ness, gave himself up to despond- read or heard : definitions quite at ency and grief; considering and variance with the express

declararepresenting himself as one doomed tions of gospel truth-definitions to perish. His friends, in the spirit which could have no sanctifying of love and meekness, and with influence on the mind, and calcumuch Christian sympathy, did all lated to promote neither the hapin their power to relieve his mind, piness of man, nor the praise of the and to remove his fears; and in the Redeemer. summer of the year 1790,

induced After being thus grievously haby their encouragements, he joined rassed by the tempter, and violently the congregational church at Bala; tossed on waves of sorrow, for about but his spirits, for a long time after, four years, his attention was directe

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