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tasting the bitterness of a widow's portion—and your grandchildren to the parental love of God, ‘Casting all your care upon

Him. “With my respectful compliments and very sincere condolence,

“I a

am, my dear Mr. and Mrs. Bruce,
"The Missionary Brother of your departed Son,

(Signed) “Josian Cor. “P.S.-Nearly the whole community of merchants, and all the Chinese members, attended Mr. Wilson's funeral. His character was appreciated and held in high respect."

that my

DEATH OF MRS. ASBURY, OF MIRZAPORE, EAST INDIES. Mrs. ASBURY, the wife of the Rev. S. R. ASBURY, B.A., left this country with her husband so recently as August, 1861, and on arriving at their appointed sphere of labour, the city of Mirzapore, in Northern India, our excellent friend at once applied herself to the study of the language, and to the general duties of the Mission, with a zeal and earnestness which afforded ample proof that her heart and soul were in the work. But Mrs. A.'s physical constitution was too frail to withstand the influence of a tropical climate, and she sunk to her rest on the 23rd of August, amidst the deep regrets not only of her bereaved husband, but also of the entire missionary community with which she was associated. LETTERS FROM REV. S. R. ASBURY AND REV. DR. MATHER.

"Mirzapore, August 28th, 1863. “MY DEAR DR. TIDMAN,— It is now my most painful task to inform you beloved wife departed to her heavenly rest on Sunday morning last, 23rd inst., about half-past six, just before the bell began to ring for the Hindustani service. She was taken ill on Saturday morning, but we saw no cause for alarm till the evening, when the disease had told fearfully on her weakened frame. She had been much better lately, and had been talking of having some of the children to teach in the house, as she was not strong enough to go to school. Though she was unable to take much active part in the Mission, the influence of her example was, I am sure, most widely and beneficially felt. All with one voice praise her gentleness and unobtrusive piety. It is an irreparable loss to myself and to my dear little daughter ; but it is the Lord's doing. He doeth all things well.

“ Cholera has been very prevalent here in India this year, and my dear wife's symptoms partook of the nature of this dreadful disease. " Please excuse a longer letter now, and believe me,

“Yours very truly, “ Rev. Dr. TIDMAN."

(Signed) “S. R. Asbury.

"Mirzapore, August 27th, 1863. " DEAR BROTHER,—It is my painful duty to inform you that dear Mrs. Asbury has been removed from us by death. Three or four days previous to the painful event she was in much better health than usual, and could not only sit up, bat walk a short distance without suffering. On Thursday previous to her death my daughter drank tea with her, and as she had received some overland letters, she was in high spirits, though necessitated to keep the recumbent position

during the whole evening. On Saturday morning the diarrhea returned, and there was also vomiting, though we heard nothing of it. We were not aware that she was worse than usual till Saturday evening, when my dear wife went down to Mr. Asbary's house, and then learned that the illness of our dear friend had assumed a most serious character. The violence of the disease could not be arrested, cramp ensued, and all symptoms of cholera. My dear wife, being the only female friend in the Mission available, was with her all night; and early on Sunday morning, the 23rd inst., as the bell was being rung for the seven o'clock service, the released spirit of our friend passed away to join the congregation of the blessed in the heavenly temple.

“She was loved by us all, and had the frail tenement of her body been able to respond to the aspirations and purposes of her mind and heart, she would have been a thorough missionary. The spirit was willing, but the flesh was weak. She often lamented her comparative uselessness, but she never lost heart, and was full of hope that God would raise her up to be a healthy and vigorous labourer.

“I am, yours faithfully, “ REV DR. TIDMAN."

(Signed) “R. C. MATHER.

APPEAL ON BEHALF OF THE IMPOVERISHED CHRISTIANS

OF MADAGASCAR. The Rev. William Ellis gives the following statements in reference to the “poor saints," whose privations and sufferings often awaken his sympathy, and on whose behalf he solicits the aid of the Churches at home :

“There are many sincere Christians, generally the immediate descendants or relations of those who lost all in the days of persecution, who are at times in extremely necessitous circumstances. Few weeks pass in which I bave not modest, quiet applications, or informations of distress which I cannot but relieve; and a number of strong stout well-made shirts for men, and strong white calico or strong print dresses for women and girls, would be truly acceptable and really needed articles of clothing to very many. But, if they had the material, they would find little difficulty in making or getting it made up. A very favourite dress among the women is a very strong calico cloth, made something like a bed-gown, buttoned at the throat with three or four small mother-o'-pearl buttons, with long sleeves, buttoned at the wrists, the dress reaching to the ankles. Over this they wear the loose scarf or lamba, of white or any other colour. Some plain dresses sent by Mrs. Ellis were very serviceable.”

ARRIVALS ABROAD. Rev. J. C. and Mrs. Vivian, at Raiatea, Society Islands, South Seas, April 26th.

Rev. John Hay and Mrs. Hay, en route to Vizagapatam, and Rev. J. J. Dennis, en route to Nagercoil, at Madras, August 18th.

The Rev. Julius Kessler and Mrs. Kessler, Rev. R. G. Hartley, M.A., and Mrs. Hartley, Rev. B. Briggs and Mrs. Briggs, and Rev. James Pearse and Mrs. Pearse, at Mauritius, en route to Madagascar, on or about September 5th.

Box

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS.

From September 18th to October 17th, 1863. A Friend, by Hon, Mr. and Mrs. G.

M, Snoxell

0 1 51 Collected by A, Kinnaird, M.P.200 0 0 Dennis..

1 0 0 Fractions

0 0 6

Mise Skinner
Legacy of_late D.

A Friend..
0 1 4 Exs. 108. 201.58. 2d.

Miss Reed
Ginger, Esq., per Mr.and Mrs.Dennis,

82. 8. J. K. Kilpin, Esq..100 0 0

Senr...

1 4 11 F. Richardson, Esq.100 00

32,
CUMBERLAND.

Brigham
R. P. Wood, Esq. 10 0 0
Rev. S, Minton 0 100
Contributions for Trinity Auxiliary Society, per W.

Rev. R. Cross. M.Z. 05 Chapel, Breadnut Bottom

Wilson, Esq. Young Ladies at

Missionary Boxes... 6 19 5
Mrs. Kidd's, Ken-
Jamaica, per Rev, T. H.

Missionary Prayer
Clark.

Cockermouth. sington, for Mrs.

Meetings
Corbold's School,

Village Station
Rev. R. Hall.

0 1 W. H. Avery, Esq.... 1 0 0

2 0 0 Madras

Sabbath School
T. Avery, Esq....... 1 0 0

Collected by

Sabbath Serviees 3 10
Ed, Harnett, Esq.o... 1 1 0

Public Meeting
Mrs. Bell

0 10 0 Richd. Ed, Banks 1 11 4 Exs. 78.00.; 71. 38. 1d.
For the Madagascar Thos, Crowley, Esq. 1 0 0 Eliza Brown.... 2 6 11
Mission,
Master w.christian 0 10 0 Lily Coulthard 0 17 0

Charleigh,
Miss M. Christian .. 0 10 0 Saran A. Hodgson... 813 5

191

Collection J.E. Duut, Esq....... 5 0 0 Joseph Cooke, Esq. 10 Ann E. Haddart....

1 61 F. 5 0 Rev. John Fernie ... 0 9 Rev.R. Hall's Family

Miss Norrington's
A, S, Hobson, Esq... 1 1 0John Gould, Esg. 1 0 0

Missionary Box... 1 5 8
Isanc Hadley, Esq.,
Sunday Morning

Mr. Carr...
and daughters...... 1 0 0 Collection

6 12 10

12. 108. ld. Mr. W. Hyslop, for Hy. Lloyd, Esq...... 10 "Do.. Evening

9 150 the Widows' and W. Lyon, Esq. 0 10 0 Wednesday, Public

Ereier.
Orphans' Fund ... 1 0 0 Elisha Mander, Esq. 0 10 0 Meeting

Castle Street,
Innis Nisbett, Esq. 0 5 0 Exs.08. od. 231. 6s.6d.
Ed. Robinson, Esq.. 10 0

Rev. D. Hewitt

1 0 0 Battle Bridge Congrega. Mrs. F. Rayner ......

Whitehaven.

Collectione atAbnl.
tional Church.

S. Stephens, Esq. ... 1 0 0
Joseph Williams, Esq. 1 0 0

versary Sermons
Rev. W. Place.

and Public Meet

1 0 0 Juvenile AssociaHy. Wilmot, Esq. ...

in... tion 8 7 3 John Webster, Esq. 0 10 0 Juvenile Association. A Friend...

15
R. H. Taylor, Esq.... 0 10 0
B. Taylor, Esq.

0 10 0
Collected by-

472. 158. d. Small Sums

0 1 9 Bedford Chapel.

171, 08, 8d.
Miss Higgins .........

1 3 6

Exmouta.
Miss Kitchin

1 1 6 Contributions per

Miss Lowden

1 14 U

Ebenezer Chapel. Mr. Beale

91 6 0 Contributions for Infant Mrs.John McGowan i 15 4
School in Jamaica, per T. H. Miss Mary McGowan 2 18 4

Rev. W.T. Ball, B.A.
Clark.
Uollected by Misses

Collections
Hampton, Mun-

Miss Warren

11 @ Hare Court Chapel, Canon- Miss Matilda M.

caster, and Gar

Mr. J. Walters

@ 160 bury. Martin..... 0 2 6 nett,forAnnabeln

Missionary Bones... 36
Mrs. Sonthall
0 5 0 Wardlaw, Native

Smaller Sums, by
R, Cunliffe, Esq., for
Miss Phipson
Girl, at Vizagapa-

J. Waiters the Memorial

Miss Tabbera
0 1 0 tam

30 Exs, 128.6d.; 71.1s.bd. Churches in Ma

Mrs. Cadbury

0 5 0 Miss M, F. Muncasdagascar..............100 0 0

168. od.
ter's Missionary

Lapford.
Box .............

1 0 0
Missionary Sermons 43 98 Rev, J. Parsons.

Sabbath school ...... 3 5 10 Holloway Congregational BEDFORDSHIRE.

Public Meeting ...

21 4 8 W. Croote, jun., Esq., Treas. Church.

Exs. 248.00.79.88.4d. Public Meeting 9 17 0 Per D. McNeil, Esq., Cotton End.

Received since

ole

Sabbath Sehool on account.... 5 16 0 Contributions per

DERBYSHIRE.

Hollacombe ...
Rev. J. Frost 8 00

Boxes,
Marlborough Chapel.

Auxiliary,per Rev.H.Olard.

Miss Thorne Per Ur. Jeffery, on

Dunstable.

Bakercell.

Miss Parsons account

16 3 8
Rev. 9. E. Dodge,

Master Davy
Subscriptions and Master Pike.
Mr. Squires, Treasurer, Collections ......

2 3 9 Miss Lawrence

Mrs. Reed
Ojord Chapel.
Lord's Day Collec-

Bxs.48.10d, 52.11a.d. Sunday School, for

5 4 Repton and Barrow.
two children at
Public Meeting

Торайаа.
Rev. W. D. Ingham.

.
Santhapooram, to Mr. Squires ......(D). 1 0 0
be

Rev.S. M. Bell. called John

Repton Collection,&c. 3 4 0 Pulsford and Jane

Boxes,

Barrow Collec.ion... 1 9 Collections, less ex-
Poulton

6 0 0
Mrs. Squires..

W. Srle, Esq. ...(8.) 1 1 0 peuses Ss.

Mr. T. Bates......(S.) 0 100
Mrs. Baldock

0 19 8
Miss Willoughby

0 18 6

Missionary Boxes. St. John's Wood Congrega- Miss D. Batchelar..

DORSETSHIR.

0 100
tional Church,
Miss M. Burt
0 19 7 R. Sale, Esq.

Blandford
Mr. Osborne.. 0 12 6 Miss Cox

10V Senior Classes for

Mrs. Hollis
0 19 O Children.....

Per M. Fisher, Esa the Native Girl,

Mrs. Dodge

0 10 0 Exs, 108.5d.; 81. 21. H. M. Watkins 1 10 0 Miss Harriss

096

Collection Mrs. and Miss Wild's

Mrs. Warren

0 8 10 Charlesworth. Class, for Mrs. Wil

Miss Battison

0 8 8 kinson's School... 1 0 0 Miss E. Gravestock 08 1

Rev. J. Wilson.

Weredas.
21. 108. Mrs. Mullings. 069
Miss Impey

0 6 9
Collection, less ex-

Per Mr. C. Seity.
Miss Maddocks

13 0

0 4 11 penses (s. 70.
Westminster Chapel.
Miss Allen

Collection
Mrs. Smith

Pupils ofMr.Skewes Collected by Mrs. Dennis,

0 4 1 DEVONSHIRE. Senr., for a boy in the Rev. Miss A. Elliott.. J.J.Dennis's School, Nager.

school

0 8 101
Braunton,

Wimborse.

, Mrs. Mouse coil, India, Oharlotte Bettle..

Rev. E. Thomas.

Rev. 1. Keynes. Viss Minter........... 0 5 0 Mrs. Clarke

0 2 0 Miss Cook 0 3 9 Mrs. Bull

o i u sermons.................. S 13 S On account Xr, Elger 05 E. Olney..... 0 1 10(Meeting

9 16 10!

tions....

ESSEX.

KENT.

Southport.

W. Andrews, Esq... 1 0 0 East Bank Street Congrega- Mr. J. Sulley

Mr. H. Huckett 0 10 0 Auxiliary Society, per T. Ashford.

0 10 0

tional Chapel, Daniell, Esq.

Mr. Brown

0 10 0 Countess of Hun.

Rev. J.E. Millson. Mr. Dalby. tingdon's Sunday

0 10 0

Mr. Newbolt..
Colchester.
0 16 8 For Widows' Fund, 12 0 0 Miss Chnter

0 10 0 School..

0 10 0 Lion Walk, on ac

Ladies' Working

Miss E, Chater 0 10 0 70 00

Society count

110 Mr. Monk

0 8 8 Collections

27 1 Mr. Wiggins.. Stamborrn, Per S. Tunbridge Wells.

0 8 0 7 1 6

Miss Bailey Tabor, Esq.

10 Mr. Branstone

06 0 776. 18.0d.

Mrs. Marshall... 06 0 Auxiliary Society, per Mrs. A Priend, per ditto,

for Memorial Joshua Wilson.

Miss Freshwater ... 0 0 0 Church in Mada

Mr. R. Goward

050
Waldon.
Michaelmas Quar.

gascar
10 Mr. Spell,

0 5 0 terly Collections.. 11 8 4

Mr Simpkin.. Res,J. G. Hughes.

0 5 6 Kev. 0. Langton(A.) 8 0 0

Collected by

Mr. Buswell

0 5 0

Miss Greatbach...... 8 0 0 Mr. W. Symington. 0 5 0 Mr. J. Wood, Treasurer.

Miss A. Gasquoine. 5 16 Mr. W. Harris. 0 4 4 MissionarySermons 18 4 ]

Miss Hodge

2 18 0 Mrs. Harris, LANCASHIRE. Rev. k. Burls

Rev.J. E. Millson,

Mrs. Clark Mr. Belsham % 2 East Auxiliary So

for Girl in India,

Mr. Northern Mr. Bentall

Marian Millson ... 2 0 0 Mr. E. Falkner

ciety, per J. SideMrs. Beckmore

Missionary Prayer bottom, Esq., on

Mrs. Smith Mr. W. Butler.. 100

Meeting ..259 13 11

4 07 Mrs. Trasler., account

0 4 0 Miss E, Carter 0 100

Miss Jackson

0 4 0 Mr. J. Poster ..

Sabbath School,
Manchester.

Mrs. Talbot
Mrs. J. Foster 1 1 0

Juvenile Working

Mrs. Prosser
Mr. H. Foster.. 2 2 Oc. K. Lings, Esq.

Society........
6 of smaller Sums

о во Mrs, I. Foster. 1 1 0

10 10 0 Native Teacher, J. (L. S.)

Missionarysermons 14 5 0 Mr. C. Foster 0 10 6

E. Millson .. 10 0 0 Missionary Boxes... 1 14 4 Kev. J. G. Hughes... 11

Girl in India, Sarah

Sunday School Boxes 7 1 9 Mr. Hicks

1 1 0
Bolton.
Greatbach

0

546, 08. Od. Mr. May 1 10

Missionary Boxes 12 19 9
Dr. G. P. May

1 1 0
St. George's Road.

1051, 64, 10d.

Northampton. Miss S. P. May 05 Rev. W.H. Davison,

B. S.

10 00 Late Mrs. Piggot Mr. Piggot

2 3 0 Collections, per Mr. West End Congregational Mr. A. Piggot

1 1
R. Shaw
20 00

Chapel.
Mr. J. Piggot 1 1 0

Rev. J. Chater.

NORTHUMBERLAND. Mrs. Sadd

11

Belmont. Miss Smith 1 1 1

Collections

28 19 9 Public Meeting

Alnicick, Mr. Wood 2 2 Mr. Naylor, per Mr.

10 0 0 Mrs. J. B. Woud. 1 1 0

Lever

2 0 0 Missionary Boxes 2 9 1 Clayport St. United PresbyMr. Wilmshurst

Collected in School,

terian Church, Mr. Youngman 1 1

for Memorial

Collection, less ex-
Collected by Miss
West Lancashire Auxiliary Churches in Ma-

penses, od....

3 0 8 F. May

5911
Society.

dagascar Ditto, for Indian

Exs, 608. Id., 1181. 38. Children. 6 8 9 S. Job, Esq., Treasurer.

Morpeth.
Collected by Miss

Including 791. previously
Dunnett.
Crescent Chapel.

Rev. W. Ayre.

acknowledged. Ditto, by Miss A. First half year's

Collection ...... 8 16 0 Dunnett's Box 04 grant, from the

LINCOLNSHIRE. Collected by-
702, 178. 10d.

Weekly Contribu-
tion Fund ........... 92 04

Bourne.
Ming Reay

0 10 11 For support of two

Rev. D, Horseraft.

Miss E. Hopper. GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

0 8 9 giris Miss

Small Donation
Cowen's School,

Collection
2 11 0

92. 188. Bristol Auxiliary Society, Bhowanipore ......

800

Por support of John W.D. Wills, Esq., Treas. at Mr.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

Brigg.
Rice's School,
Balance of 1862-3
Bangalore

Working

8 of Ladies' 211 2 11

Worksop.
On

Society, per Mrs.
account
of

Missionary Boxes... 12 8 2 1803-4

Bradley, for the

Per T. J. Pearson, Esq. .1000 0 0 Kirkdale Chapel,

Native Teacher, 12116.28, lid.

Contributions......... 10 0 0

William Martin
Collection, per Mr.

fhall-year). Redmarley, Newent.

5 0 0
T. King
5 15 91

SOMERSETSHIRE. Mr.J. Beach.....(A.) 2 0 0

Wavertree Chapel.
MONMOUTHSHIRE.

Bath Auxiliary Society.
Collection, per dr.
Wilding ....

18 17 7
HAMPSHIRE,

New Inn,

J. W. Templer, Esq., Treas.
Toxteth Chapel.
Interest on the Le-

Argyle Chapel.
Southampton.

gacy_of the late

Rev. W. H. Dyer.
Collection, per Mr.

Mr. E. Wren.......... 3 0 0
Interest on the Le-
T. Robinson ....... 5 11 9 .

Collection

vvs. 32 19 5 gacy of the late

Invenile Meeting ... 8 9 3 Sir. Hughes.. 5 10 6

Dr. Bell

5 0 0 Berkeley St. Chapel.

NORFOLK.
Mrs. Bell

5 00 Collection, per Mr.

Juvenile Tea Meet-
S. Hollewell

4 0 0
Creake.

3 0 0 HEREFORDSHIRE,

Richmond Fair.

Rev.C. Hargreaves,

Collectiopat Lecture 6 8 8

Sacramental Offer-
Huntington.
Sunday School, for

Contributions....... 1 19 8 ings for Widow'
Rev. W. Jones,
Madagascar Fund,

and Orphans'
per S, Perkins.... 9 7 7

Fund

10 0 0 Collection 1 5 5

Ladies'Association,

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
Sabbath School 098
Salem Chapel,

per Mrs. Spender. 28 13 8 Sunday School, for

Market Harborough.

Juvenile Associa-
Boxes.
do...
4 13 8

tion, by Miss Pini.
Rev. W. Clarkson, B.A.

gan

and J. Worthing.... 1611. 198, 5d.

Miss T. Worthing

in

in .....

Mr.J. Nunneley, Treas.

McMichal

Children, for Mada-
Legacy of the late John Chater, Esq.... 100 u LASCAT

9 19 6
Gore, Rudnor. Mr. Atkin
78 1 8 Sir W. Brooke, Bart. 1 1 0 Small Sums

0 6 3 Collection 1 16 SL

R, B. Hey gate, Esq. 30 Collected by M188

T. Heygate, Esq..... 1 1 0 Kent and Miss
Boxes.

Rainford. Mr. Nunneley 300 Saunders, for the
Rev. W. Clarkson,

Native Teacher,
Mrs. Price.
0 5 11 Interest on the Le-

B.A.

1 0 0 W. Jay, 20th An. Mrs. Watkins

0 5 5
gacy of the late

Mr. J. Gilbert

1 001 nual payment. ... 10 0 0 Miss F. Bound 05 0 Mr. Roxbotham ... 900/Mrs. Toller

1 001 Bxs.698. 2d.: Exs, 88, 6d.; 41, 148.

Mr. I. Clark

1 0 0

1417, 108, 11d.

... 88 10 6

Percy Chapel. Sunday School, for

Mrs. O. Witheford... 03 Angel St, Horde Sus-
Rev. R. Brindley.
the Memorial
Mr. Scriven

day School, Mr.
Church in Mada-

Miss Ann Witheford 0 1 1 Handcock Contributions..... 58 10 5

gascar

4 6 5 Wichbold School...... 1 2 Special for Mada. for Special Fund 161. 108. od.

TASCAT China and India... 27 11 0

Subscriptions. Lock St. Sunday Auxiliary, on ac

Richmond.

James Barrow, Esq. 1 1 0 School, Mr. count 25 0 0 Auxiliary, per Miss

Mrs. Barrow

10 t Fern.. Blyth, on account 8 7 6 Mrs. Carter

10 Missionary Boxes... 9 3 6 232 12 4

Sacramental Collec

Missionary Serraons S1

tion .... Pulwood. The late

Sutton.

Missionary Sermon 3 10 Ombersley Chapel Mrs. R. Welman

J. Atkins's

Nig

Public Meeting 2 6 Collected by Rer.
(A.) 2 90
sionary Box 05 5 Catshill School, for

C, Y. Potts
Madagascar 05 Missionary Boxes... 96

Do. for General Pund 0 9 #sunday School Box • o
Taunton.

SUSSEX.

Superintendent, Mr. North Street Sab

Thos. Parry

Lotesmore Chapel. bath School

5 06
Hastings.

Family Boxes ........ 0 0 11 Missionary Sermons 7 5 5
Mast. E. B. Broom-
Exs, 288; 321. 188, 8d.

Missionary Boxes.. @ 10
hall, for the Insti-
Wellington.

Master

Dudley.
tution at Madras, 1 0 0

Wardley's
A 집

box... Rev. J. Le Conteur,

Sacramental Collec.
tion

5 15

Hallor Caapel. Quarterly Subscrip

WORCESTERSHIRE. Missionary Sermons 19 4 Collections tions.... 5 1 11

0 10 6 Collections 7 15 1 Worcester Auxiliary Society.

Afternoon Address

Mr. Breekule's box @ 5 11 to Schools

9 7 6 Sunday School 16 S E, Wall, Esq., Treasurer.

Crossway Grees Chapel. Private Buxes. 0 16 8

Subscriptions.
Mr. Thorne

Collections in Misg
Bromsgrove.
1 1 0

J. Wood, Esq.

1 1 0 Pardoe's box Mrs. Cuff

2 0 0

Rev. R. Tuck, B.A. J. Tandy, Esq.... 1 1 0
A Friend

1 0 0
Sabbath School Classes, W. Harrison

1 0 0

Leigh Sinton Chapel. Widows Fund 1 0 0

Mrs. Amiss Two Boys at Tre

J. Hall, Esq...
1 98

1 1 0 For Rev. J. Jones's
05
6 0 0 Miss Jones

J. Cooper, Esq. 1 1 0 vandrum

School, Island
Mrs. Witheford

L. Jewkes
Exs. 328. Ad.; 236.88.

0 5 0

1 0 0 Maré, by J. Jones
Mrs. Pearce .... 06 0

Ladies' Association 23 10 7 By Mast. Millebapp
Miss Witheford 0 4 5
Sunday Schools 7 15 6 Rann

OBS $ STAFFORDSHIRE. Mrs. Tuck

019
Missionary Boxes

By Miss Wilcox • Il 7
Miss Bourne

0 1 2
from Schools

5 Ellen Wilham's box 0 10 S Wolverhampton. Miss Warner o i iCollected by Rd. Pick

Sermon Per S. Dickinson,

Infant Class

0 0 0

rell (a blind man) 09 Miss Smith Esq. 57 00 Mr. Witheford i 14 A Thank Offering by

1102. 18. ed
Mr. James

06 0
& friend

4 0 0
Mr. Halfpenny 0 5 7
For two Orphan

North Valners,
SCRREY.
8. Witherord

0 4 0
Children at Mirza-

Rev. D. K. Shoebotham..
Dulwich.
Mr. Laughton 0 3 11

pore ...
Mr. Amiss

0 S 1
For Native Teacher

Missionary Sermon ? 14 3 Sunday School ...... 1 15 Mr. Sandford

018
James Dawson, by

Publio Meeting
Mr. Turton...

0 0.6
J.Whitehouse, Esq. 10 0 0

Subscriptions

Ex.948.8d.; 861,148.8d.
Egham Hill.
E. Perkins, Esq.,

Miss Boden
Superintendent ... 0,3
Collected by Miss Wilkinson

Worcester.

Rev. P.C. Turner (now Mrs. James Atkins), For Chapel at Madagascar,

Mr. Thos. Turner

Rev. J. Bartlett. for the support and Edu. Classes.

Count Wengreeski 11 € cation of Female children, Mrs. Amigs ..........071

Sacramental Collec

Doct. Grindrod under the care of Mrs. W. Mrs. Tuck...

tion

7 10 8 Collected by Miss E. Morris, Tirapoor, South Miss Witheford

0 5 2 Do.,from Ombersley 0 5 0 Hopkins.

0 8 0 India.

Mr.Wark's Mission-
Mrs, Pearce

Annual Subscriptions.

ary Box Mr. and Mrs. WilMiss Halfpenny 0 1 100

Sabbath School Box OL kinson, for

1 1
Miss Witheford o i R. Padmore, Esq....
one

Mrs. Beresford's bos e é

1 0 0 child 5 0 0 Miss Jones o i 3 Bdwd. Wall, Esq. ...

Special for Rev. J.
John

0 10 6
Remington
Miss Bourne
0 i 6 Mr. G. Joseland

Jones's School, Is

0 60 Mills, Esq.M.P.(D.) 5 0 0 Infant Class. O Miss Chilvers

land Mare Sntherland, Esq. 1 i 0 Mr. Witheford 0 11 0 D. Everett, Esq.

Miss Jones, do.

1 1 0 Mr. I. Wilkinson i 70. Mr. Halfpenny 0 8 0 Rev. J. Bartlett

Miss Tranter, do. O Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mr. Amiss

0 10 o i Mr. O. Martin

1 1 0 Wilkinson ..

0 i 3T. B. Hill, Beq. 1 0 0 Mr. Sandford

Malvern Link. Mr. J. Atkins

1 1 0
1 0 0 Private Cards
0 5 0 Rev. T. Dodd

0 10 6

Rev, W. Lues. Rev. G. Robbins......

05 0B, Witheford 0 3 8 E. Gilham, Esq. Alfred Wilkinson

1 i Dissionary Sermon 3 13 1
0 14 0 Mr. Laughton o i E. Evans, Esq
151.
Mr. Turton
0 i 6 Mrs. W. Hill..

i i o Por Madagascar
Mr. James.
0 i 0 Mrs. Taylor

0 10 6

32, 8s. 10d. Mitcham. Fractions

0 0 3 For Native Teacher, E. Perkins, Esq.,

Richd. Evans, Esq.,

Less Expenses, part
Zion Chapel,
Superintendent... 3 16 3 by T. R. Hill, Esq. 10 00 County

5 14 11 Rev, T. Orr.

For do, do.,Catherine Missionary Sermons 8 14 4

Family Boxes.

Bickerton Evans, Sunday School 0 14 2 Mrs. Mann

0 13 6 by Mrs. E. Evans 8 0 0 Missionary Boxes

Mr. B. Witheford ... 0 10 0 For Native Schools in ditto

Wollaston near Stourbrid, 0 19 10 Mr. Amiss

0 10 01 in India, by Mrs. Miss East......... (A.) 1 1 0 Mr. Weaver

08 11) George.....

0 5 o Sunday School Juve. Miss De porte, SubMiss Weaver 0 7 8 Young People's Aux

pile offerings, per scription and ColMiss Buckingham... 06iliary, per J. Hol

Mr. T. R. Southall 7 13 lection 1 1 0 Miss Albut

0 4.91 land

.... 11 6 0

Further Contributions unavoidably postponed.

Contributions in aid of the Society will be thankfully received by the Hon. Arthur Kinnaird, J.P. Treasurer,

and Rev. Ebenezer Prout, at the Mission House, Blomfield-street, Finsbury, London, by James S. Mack, Esq., S.S.C., 2, St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh; Robert Goodwin, Esq., 235, George-street, and Religious Institution Rooms, 12, South Hanover-street, Glasgow; Rer. Alex. King, Metropolitan Ball Dublin; and by Rev. John Hands, Brooke Ville, Monkstown, near Dublin. Post-Office Orders should be in favour of Rev. Ebenezer Prout, and payable at the General Post Office.

WILLIAM STEVENS, PRINTER, 37, SELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.

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