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Sirhowy, Hav. N. Stephen] 4 0

Norfolk. HarUttan. SmanBumscollectrd

by MiHCroMkUI. I 17

Mr. Coleby... 0 10

Mr. Penny 0 10

Mr. Pratt 0 JO

Vr.S. Pratt 0 4

Mrs. Priest 0 5

Mr. Parker , 0 5

Mr. Sliepharn 0 6

Mr. Loidler, for the mEdneation' of a

Girl at Bangalore,

nainedEUen Laid

ler 3 0

Collection 1 19

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Zongden.. 1 10 0

Frees and Whixall. 5 0 0

Ruyton Eleven Town*. Mr. and Mrs. Price . 1 10 0 Collected by Mm.

Price 0 10 0

II

7. s. d.

Miss Chaplia ,..*.« 0 5 u

MitveaClurk. o & o

Mr. Crosby 0 5 0

Mrft.Inchbald,Duns

forth 0 4 0

Mr*. Johnson, Ald

wark-brldge 0 6 0

Rev. John Williams 0 10 ti Mrs, Woodward,

Dunsforth 0 5 0

Small Sums 0 4 1

Missionary Boxes.

Miss Marshall 0 0 0

MiwMidgley o I «

Miss Whitaker .... 0 8 8 Collections at Quae

Imrn 6 15 0

Ditto, Green Hnmmcrton 1 4 6

13 18 1 LessExpenses.. 0 7 0

13 11 I

Halifax. Per J. Baldwin, E^q. Square Chapel. Sermon to the Juvenile Society and Conference Meeting 16 15 10

Mr. Joseph Cross-
ley's Children .... 1 0 0
Si on Chapel.
Srrmon and the

Lord's Supper 48 13 3

Harrison-road Chaptl. Public Meeting .... 28 3 0 Exs. 60s. 6d. j

fiSt Us. Ad.

Leeds, A Christian.. 5 0 o
Scarborough. Rev.
T. N. Jackson,
Filey, per Mrs. G.
B. Kldd 3 0 0

SeJby, per Rev. D.

Senior 17 3 0

A Friend, for the
Chinese Mission.. 5 0 0

iU.ts.

Sheffield Auxiliary
Society, per J. \Y.
Pye Smith, Esq... M 3 0

r

Koneich.
J. Venning, E*q. ... 15 0
Ditto for Native
Girls, Julia and
Maria Venning ..6 0

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Tabernacle.

Collection 3 7

Collected by Mim
Kem pater—

Mr. Ford 0 (t

Mr. Hoperoft 0 10

Rer. J. .1. J. Kemp

stcr 0 I

Mien Kempster 0 I

41 7s.

Yarmouth.
For the Native
Teacher, John
Palmer 10 0

Wtm.
Public CoUectiom. S3 0 5

Whitchurch.
Collected by Mn.

Jarvis anil Miss
Bright 0 12 6

Collection after
Prayer Meeting.. 0 3 2
0 Ditto after Sermon . 3 16 0

Public Meeting .... 8 3 8

Mrs. Bright'* Mis-
sionary Box , 0 4 7

Mrs, Porter's do 0 5 5

Profits of Public

Breakfast 3 10 0

Maipa*.

Missionary Boxes .. 4 8 4

Collection 1 9 3

NOTTlNOftAMininK.

East Bridgeford.... 1 15

Ketford and Sutton.

G. Brownlow, Esq.. 1 0
Collection* Sutton,

1851 0 10

Ditto ditto, 1852.... 0 14
Public Meetiog./frf-

ford 5 0

Sunday-school Children, fir the Native Boy, John

KeUord 0 15

Boxes of

Mi*sE. Tlarnftrth.. 0 17

Mies Brownlow .... 0 8

Mrs. Devlck 0 10

Mrs. Keep 0 3

Miss E. Mullcmkr.. 0 1

MfgaSloney o 4

Exs. 17s. i $L to.

OXFORDSHIRE.

Henley-on- Thames.
On Account 30 0

Feppard Branch... o 7
Ditto, for China.... 5 ft

401. lis. etf

Oxford.

Collection*, 1851.... 11 11

Sunilay-cchwl 0 15

Annual Subscriptions.

H. Goring, Esq ft 0

M r. Cousins 1 0

Mr. Underbill 1 0

Mr. H. S. Underbill I 0

Rev. J. Tvndalc... 0 10
Mrs. E. lXane, for

Motl'atfH Schools.. 2 0

Collected by—

Mlsa Underbill .... 2 IS

Miss Chilling worth, it 4

Miss Kemp 1 3

Miw Wheeler 0 18

Mia* Brnnscombe .. I &

MissSloane » 10

MitsPoga 0 18

Miss Rosa Young .. 1 3

Mrs.Parke* 0 13

Boxes.

MJ» Chilton., Oil

Less Expenses.

23 10 0
t li o

SOMXftriKTSHIRB.

Bath, " Gratitude" . 0 10 0

Wetts.

Collections 3

Boxes and Subscrip-
tions. .<* 8

fi/. 10*

Jforth Cadbury.
Galhampton Chapel ft 0 0

'SCFFOLK.

Societv In aid of
Mission*, per Rev.
\V. Wallis,on ac-
count 600 0 0

Bury St. Edmunds.
Rev, M. Armstrong 1 0 0
Ditto, for the Chi-
nese Missiou 1 0 0

Debenham.
Missionary Boxes.. 4 3 9

Collection 1 S 2

Exs. i*.\ ll. 7s. lit/.

fiuanar,

Dorkintf, per J.
Dennis, Eiq,., on
account 30 0 0

Kingston.
Annual 8 inscriptions.
Augustus Turrell,

Esq 2 2 0

Messrs. Smiths 2 0 0

Miss Jordan... 1 0 0

Mr. Sorien o \o u

MnSotlen 0 10 0

Mr. James Sim

mou'fs 0 10 0

Mr. Henry Siin

nionds 0 5 0

Mr. Buckley, ten. „ I 1 «

I.: d.

Miss Buckley o 10 o

Miss Spencer 0 10 0

Miss Biden 0 10 o

Mr. and Mias Smith 0 14 0
Mrs. Smallpiece (one

quarter) 0 1 0

Rev. L. H. Byrnes

B.A 0 10 0

Missionary Boxes.

Mr. II. Simmonds.. 0 5 0

Harriet Marconi.... 0 10 0

Widow Summers ,. 0 7 3

Baby Belcher 0 1 C

Collection-.
For Widows and Or-
phans of Mission-
aries 0 ft 0

By Mrs. Dawson—

Mr. Runynrd 2 0 0

Mm. Shrubsole 0 10 0

A Friend 10 0

Quarterly Subscrip-
tions and Mis-
sionary Boxes.... 1 3 0

Sunday-*chool Chil-
dren. Boys 1 19 9

Ditto, Glrfs 1 1 0

Ditto, Juvenile Mis-
sionary Meeting.. 0 11 1

AfterSermons 12 11 1

After Annual Meet-
ing 5 17 7

A Thank Off-ring .. 0 10 n

Exs. 12.*. tVt i 431 13s.

J. Dawson,E*fi. (A.) 3 2 0

E. Phillips,Etq.^A.) 2 2 0

Norwood.
Collections 17 10 0

Tooting.
Collections, includ-
ing bl. from Mr.

Miller 14 11 1

Miss Henderson.... 0 10 0

Collected by-
Mr. W. Smith 1 11 G

Mr. J. Chapman.... 2 0 0

Miss Hans 3 10 0

Sunday-school Chil-
dren 2 2 0

Exs. 13a.; 23/. Us. 7rt

BCISEX,

Hastings, A Family,

for theSbip o is o

WARWTOKsnrns.

Coventry* Collected
by Miss Annie
Iiawlccs. towards
the Building Fund,
for Mrs. W. Por-
ter's School, Ma-
dras 3 0 0

St rat ford-on-Avon.
The Trustees of the
lata Mr. It. Fisher 12 2 9

wTiTflRmri,

Cn/«e, Friends, per

Mr. 11. Bowman,

for Mr. lilrt, KaJ

fraria 5 0

YORKSHIRE.

Iteclcmaudicikc 10 13

C/ectlieaton 17 17 0

Ditto, for Native

Teachers, W111 iu in

and Isabella Scott 20 0 0

I/»'il\ir.

"A Poor Man" .... 10 10 0
Ualaned received
from tlte Secretary 0 2 4

OM. 1* id.

Great (htseotcrn and Green

Jlammerton.

Rev. J. William*.

Collected by Miss Chaplin.

Win. Abbay, Esq..,

Branton 2 0 0

Mr. W. Buckle .... 1 0 0

Mf."W.BucJtIc,Jun. 0 2 0

Wales.

Maenttvrog School.

Tan-y-Bwich.

Mr. W*. P. Warren.. 2 0 0

Llanelly, per Hcv.

J. Davies 1 5 0

ililford Haven, per

Mr. W. Garrett .. B 0 0

BCOTLAWn,

J5sitA.
United Presbyterian
Church, llead-M.. 2 0

Black}tiUoc% near Keith.
Mr. C. S. Gauld's
Sabbath Class.... 0 9 0

Campbeltown.

Society for Religious
Purposes, United
Presbyterian
Church 10 0 0

A Friend in ditto .. SOD

An Aged Female

'Friend 0 10 0

A Female Friend .. 0 10 0

A Friend Old 0

Young Men in Mr.
Buyd'a Sabbath
Clan, for the Na-
tive Teacher, Pen-
cimini 2 10 0

Young Women in
Mr. Boyd's Mon-
day Evening Class,
for a Female Na-
tive Teacher 2 10 0

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Contributions in aid of the Society will be thankfully received by Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, Bart., Treasurer, and Rev. Ebenezer Prout, at the Mission House, Blomfield-street, Finsbury, London; by Mr. W. F. Watson, 52, Princes-street, Edinburgh; J. Risk, Esq., 108, Fife-place, Glasgow; and by Rev. John Hands, Society House, 32, Lower Abbey-street, Dublin.

1. s. d.

Walls, shetland. Rev. P. Peterson.

Mrs. Peterson's Box 1 0 Mrs. Nicolson's ditto.............. 0 10 Magnus Thomson, ffiliale.' 0 15 Owners and Crew of Mymph .......... O 5 *::... Crew of o a d twer. . . . . . . . 2l. 15s. 9d.

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Hibernian Auxili

ary Society Rev. J. Hands ... 100 0 0 Fourth Payment from the Estate of the late Robert Smith, Esq., of Dungannon....... 49 5 5 1491.5 s. 5d.——

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Basle, per Mr. C. Young, for the Christians at Madagascar. . . . . . . . . . . .

Geneva, Ladies' Missionary Association in the National Church, per Rev. Mr. Munier, for Itinerancy in

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Javour of Rev. Ebenezer Prout, and payable at the General Post Office.

t Do. at Public Meetng --------------Subscriptions Meeting, Rev. J. Clow -----------Do. A. C. Dunlop.. Do. F. E. Beaver .. Collection in Wes

*:::::: pendent Chapel .. Do. at Missionary Prayer Meeting, ditto ------------Do. at Public Meeting, Geelong .... IAess Expenses as follows:Pa of Rev. Messrs. Buzacott & Gill from Launceston to Melbourn 9 60 Advertising & Printing in Melbourn .. 4 0 o Hire & Lighting , Mecha*nics' Hall for Meeting 1 4 0 Do. Masonic Hall,Geelong for do....... I 12 0 Advertising and Printing 0 16 8 Passage to & from Geelong........ 3 14 0 Do. to Sydney, per shamrock 16 10 0-36 2 8 76 19 9 Remitted in gold dust, 25oz. at 31. ls. 6d. per ox. which produced in London ........ ... tol. 17 8 A Nuwgett from H. Hopkins, Esq., sent with the

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son, Esq. --------- 25 o

can Ada.
Montreal.
Zion Church.
Rev. H. Wilkes, D.D.

toy from late
Miss Marshall .... 2 0
5 o 0
Sabbath-school .... to 0 0
Half-Collections at

Missionary Prayer

Meetings ........ A Female Member

of the Church .... Collection after Ser

mons. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 19 1
1 0 0
8 : 4 3

2s, 13 4
20 18 2

Currency -----------
Sterling ------------

van or Extrn's LAND.
Missionary Society.
W. Rout, Esq., Treasurer.
Rev. F. Miller and Rev. W.
Day, Secretaries.
Proceeds of the Twenty-fifth
Anniversary, Nov. 1851.
Collected at-
Brisbane-streetCha-
o after Sermons
y Rev. D. Darling
and Rev. W. Law 12 8 6
Collins-street Cha-
pel, after Ser-
mons by Rev. A.
Buzacott and Rev.
W. A. Lind..... . 16 5 0
At Annual Meeting 20 18 0
At Missionary Tea
Meeting..... ..... 22 14 10
At Juvenile Mis-
sionary do. ....... 1 17

1. s. d.
At Missio Meet-
ing. Green Ponds. 3 0 0
At Launceston,after
Missionary Ad-
dresses to Sab-
bath Schools (2/.
12s. 10d.) and at
Public Meeting
(1.7l. 14s. 3d.)...... 20 7 l
Mr. Henry Brock ... 0 10 0
Rev. A. Stackhouse 0 10 0

Collected by Mr. J. A.
Huxtable-

J. Dunn, jun. Esq.
M.L.C. ---------- l o o
J. A. Huxtable .... 1 0 0
Mr. Nichols........ 0 & 0
A Friend ---------- o 5 o
101 1 0
Less Travelling Ex-
penses of Mission-
aries, Printing,
Advertising, &c. 6 7 6
94 13 6
Special Contributions.
From the Sabbath
Schools connected
with Brisbane-
street o: for
a Native Teacher
from the Institu-
tion at Tahiti, to
be called Frede-
rick Miller ...... 10 0 0
Collected by Rev. F. Miller,
for a Native Teacher from
the Samoan Institution. to
be called Christian Tas-
mania–
Dr. Officer ......... 1 o
A Friend (Rev. J.
G. M.) ----------- l n o
Mr. Home.......... 1 o o
Mr. Davis.......... 1 0 0
Mr. E. Geiss........ 1 0 0
Mr. Ross ----------- l o o
|Mr. Bowden........ 1 0 0
Capt. Archer ------ l o 0.
Mr. W. Rout, jun... 1 0 0
Mrs. Whitney...... 1 0 0

Collected by the
Teachers and Chil-
dren at Collins-
street Chapel, for
the support of two
Native Teachers,
one for Rarotonga,
to be called John
Nisbet, and one for
Mangaia, to be
called Henry Hop-
kins -------------- 20 0 o
134 13 6
Rate of Exchange
in favour of the
Society .......... 4 19 6

139 13 0
Melbourn, Per H. Hopkins,

of

Collection asoSer-
mon in Wesleyan
Chapel ........... 3 17 0

Do. Collins - street
Independent do... 32 13 1

proceeds of Mission-
ary Box in do..... 9 9 7
2 10 0

Do. in Sabbath

school ............
Collection at Chil-
Service in
Rev. Mr. Ram-

say's Church...... 5 5 6

LEGACIES

Of Rev. Thomas
Iewis, late of Is-
lington
Of Daniel M*Laurin,
§§ late of Black-
for
Of Mrs. Hannah
Nicholson, late of
Morpeth, per
Messrs. Isood and
Mather, less duty 180
Of Mrs. Mary Ro-
binson, late of
Sunderland ......
Of R. Smith, Esq.,
late of loungannon to
Of David Stewart,
Esq., late of Dum-
fries .............. 10
Of Edward Urqu-
hart, Esq., late of
Dundee, per D.
Urquhart, Esq.,
less duty ........ 45

.......... 100 0 0

less duty .... 90 00

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"Saw ye not the cloud arise,

Little as a human hand?
Now it spreads along the skies,—

Hangs o'er all the thirsty land:
Lo, the promise of a shower,

Drops already from above,
Bnt the Lord will shortly pour

All the Spirit of his love!"

It must be obvious that the directly religious—the purely evangelical—results of the Missionary enterprise, from year to year, are those which every person who loves the truth, and who loves the Saviour, and is under the influence of Christian philanthropy, is supremely anxious to witness, or to record. These he most ardently desires. For these he continually longs, and most fervidly prays; and nothing rejoices his heart more,—nothing diffuses within him a purer, a more ethereal glow, than when, in any degree, or in any country, they are realized. When the question is proposed to the euligh toned and warmhearted disciple of Jesus Christ,—

"What are the evangelical results of the Missionary undertaking, witnessed, and, by the Divino benediction, produced so extensively and so efficiently,

Vol. xxx.

already? " he will, among many, calmly, yet decisively, specify the following:—

I. Religious tracts, and volumes of a purely Christian character, have been prepared, and widely circulated among pagan nations.

This is one of the most valuable and important results of the labours of our intelligent and erudite Missionaries, which cannot be appreciated too highly. Who knows what may be the ultimate consequences—what may be the Christian, the permanent, the wide-reaching benefits, flowing from the issue of these appropriate, telling, precious compositions, especially when it is considered that, in many idolatrous countrios, these are almost the only means which can be employed to illuminate and evangelize the population?

In the Bengalee alone, there are at this period very numerous Christian tracts in circulation, simply and clearly unfolding the plan of salvation, the advantages resulting from which must be immense and inestimable.

The Rise and Progress, by Doddridge—Tho Cull to the Unconverted,

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