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Lair Gate Chapel, sermons by the Revds. J. Clayton, A.M., and Calvin Colton, A.M. On Wednesday, June 13th, in the afternoon, a public meeting, James Bowden, Esq., in the chair; prayer by the Rev. J. Wilkinson; addresses by Revds. Dr. Wardlaw, Calvin Colton, A.M., T. Hicks, J. Boden, J.Hayden, and W. Hudswell. In the evening a sermon by Dr. Wardlaw. The collections at this place also exceeded those of last year. At Holborn Street Chapel, Hull, on Friday evening, August 3rd, a congregational meeting; prayer by Rev. J. Morley; addresses by George Bennet, Esq., and Revds. W. Chaplin, of Bishop's Stortford, — Mc Kray, P. Mc Owan, C. Daniell, — Hughes, and E. Morley. On the following morning (Saturday) about seventy sat down to a public breakfast in the school-room attached to the chapel, when interesting addresses were delivered, especially by Mr. Bennet, whose momentous and affecting details have left an impression which, it is believed, will not soon be erased.

At Cottingham, on Lord's-day, August 5th, sermons were preached by the Rev. W. Chaplin, and an address by George Bennet, Esq. On Monday evening, June 6th, a public meeting was held, the chair taken by W. Lowthrop, Esq.; prayer by Rev. E. Morley; addresses by Revds. W. Chaplin, — Barker (Vicar of Cottingham), — Mc Kray, T. Hicks, and George Bennet, Esq, The collections, &c, amounted to £14 6s.

At Driffield, on Tuesday, August 7th, in the afternoon, there was a public meeting; chair taken by Mr. Anderson; prayer by Rev. Mr. Taylor ; addresses by George Bennet, Esq., and Revds. W. Chaplin, E. Morley, D. Moses, and W. Hudswell. In the evening a sermon by Rev. W. Chaplin. Collections, &c, £6 2s. 6d.

At Frodingbam, on Wednesday, August, 8th. In the afternoon a sermon by the Rev. W. Chaplin. In the evening a public meeting; chair taken by Mr. Anderson; prayer by Rev. W. Hudswell; addresses by George Bennet, Esq., and Revds. W. Chaplin, E. Morley, J. Sykes, and Mr. J. Foster. Collections, See,, £4 7s.

At Skipsea, on Thursday, August 9th. In the afternoon a sermon by the Rev. W. Chaplin. In the evening a public meeting; chair taken by Mr. W. Foster; prayer by Rev. W.Hayden ; addresses by George Bennet, Esq., and Revds. W. Chaplin, E. Morley, and J. Sykes. Collections, &c. £10 os.

At Hornsea, on Friday, August 10th. In the afternoon a sermon by the Rev. W. Chaplin. In the evening a public meeting; prayer by the Rev. W. Chaplin; addresses by George Bennet, Esq., and Revds. W. Chaplin, E. Morley, and J. Sykes. Collections, &c. £5 13s. lOd.

At Baidlington and Quay, on Lord's-day, August 12th, sermons by Rev. W. Chaplin

and S. Mc All. On Moaday evening, 13th, at the Quay, a public meeting, which was addressed, with great interest, for nearly two hours, by George Bennet, Esq, Collections, £27.

WORCESTERSHIRE,

A Deputation from the London Missionary Society, consisting of Rev. Messrs. Leifchild and Ellis, visited the churches of Worcestershire between August 12th and 19th. On Lord's-day, August 12th, sermons were preached at Angel Street Chapel, Worcester, by Rev. J. Leifchild, morning and evening, and by Rev. W. Ellis in the afternoon. The same day sermons were preached, and collections made, at Broadway, by Rev. G. Redford, A. M. The collection at Broadway amounted to £13. On Monday evening, August 13th, a public meeting was held in Angel Street Chapel, Worcester, and on Tuesday morning a public breakfast, at which the Rev. D. Jones (from Madagascar), and Rev. W. Ellis, detailed the operations of the Society in various parts of the world. Auxiliary subscriptions were entered into for schools in India. The collections at Worcester amounted to upwards of £108. On Tuesday evening, August 14th, a public meeting was held at Kidderminster, the Rev. Dr. Ross in the chair. The meeting was addressed by the Deputation, and other ministers. Collections and subscriptions amounted to upwards of £29.

On Wednesday, the Deputation, accompanied by Dr. Ross and G. Redford, visited Redditch, where a meeting was held in the evening. The collection amounted to £7 5s. On Thursday a public meeting was held at Halesowen, the Rev. G. Redford in the chair. The meeting was addressed by Messrs. Leifchild, Ellis, Davies, Reeve, Ross, and Redford. Collection, £7 13s. On Sabbath, the 19th, sermons were preached, and collections made, at Stourbridge and Dudley, by Messrs. Leifchild and Ellis.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

September 3.—The seventeenth anniversary of this auxiliary was held at Stroud. Much interest was excited by the narrative which Mr. Jones (from Madagascar) delivered. The other ministers who took part in the service were Mr. Edkins, of Nailsworth; Mr. Newman, of Shertwood; Mr. Jones, of Rodborough ; Mr. Whitta, of Chalford; and Mr. Whitworth, Mr. Yates, and Mr. Burder, of Stroud. Mr. Jones (of Madagascar) also preached at Rodborough, Nailsworth, Dursley, Wotten-under-Edge, Gloucester, and Cheltenham. In many parts of the Clothing District, the state of trade, and the rate of wages for some years past, have been such as to occasion a falling off in the amount of

contributions to the missionary cause. There is, however, no diminution of zeal on behalf of this cause. At the above meeting deep sympathy was felt for the persecuted missionaries, of other Societies, in Jamaica, and honourable mention was made of the martyred Smith, late of Demerara. Affectionate and respectful allusions were also made to the late Rev. William Bishop, one of the Secretaries of the Gloucestershire Auxiliary, and to the venerable George Burder, late Secretary to the Parent Institution.

NOTICES.

On Wednesday, October 10th, Mr. James Mirams, Missionary Student appointed to

Berbice, will be ordained at Sheerness. The Rev. Messrs. Slatterie, Halley, Prankard, and J. Clayton, Jun., and others, are engaged to conduct the religious services.

HERTFORDSHIRE ANNIVEBSARY.

On the same day will be held, at Bishop's Stortford, the annual meeting of the Hertfordshire Auxiliary Missionary Society. Rev. John Arundel, Home Secretary, will preach in the morning. The public meeting will be held afterwards; and the Rev. David Jones (Missionary from Madagascar) will preach in the evening.

MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS.

%*The Officers of Auxiliary Societies are earnestly requested to accompany their Remittances with correct Lists, having the Names of Places and Persons alphabetically arranged, as in the Society's Annual Report.

[ Collections, Anonymous Donations, and all other Donations of £5t and uptoards, received from 1st to 31 st July, 1832, inclusive,]

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Burnley—Rev. Thomas Greenall—
Profits of a Bazaar, by the

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133 12 1

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Sunday School Association 1113 0

Kensington—Ladies' Auxiliary Society—
Rev. R. Vaughan.. 100 0 0

Cheshire—Chester—Legacy by the late Tho-
mas Hodson, Esq,—(Duty Paid) 300 0 0

Essex—Epping—Rev. J. Alcott (don.).. 10 o 0

Fordham—Rev. J. Harris and Friends.... 3 0 0

Lancashire—Mid-Lancashire Auxiliary
Society— B. Eccles, Esq., Treasurer—
Black barn—Rev. L. Forster—
Collected by

Miss M. Eccles 0 2 8

Miss Briggs 4 10 8

Miss Birnie 0 13 6

Miss Craig 0 18 0

M iss Thompson 112 4

Miss Baron o 11 u

Mr. Ratclitfe 2 11 5

Mr. Hacking 1 7 11

Mr. Hop wood 10 0

Mr. Warrcner ,,. e 15 4

Juvenile Association—

Leu Expenses.

Collected by

Miss M. Luke 1 10 8

Miss Anpinall 0 13 |

Miss R. Greenall ............ 0 15 7

Miss M. Law 0 7 4

Miss O. Lupton 0 7 0

Master R. Lomas 0 15 8

Master H. Luke 0 14 3

Small Sinus 0 7 1

Collections after Sermons by

Rev. L. Forster 11 8 7

at (he Public Meeting 11 10 1

38 Q T
Less Expenses.... 2

Chorley—Rev. D. A. Jones—
Contributions and Missionary
Boxes 11 8 1

Collection at Public Meeting.. 5 8 6

35 10 7

16 16 7

3 3 2

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Leeds—For the Support of the
Native Teactier, Edward

Parsons (a).... 10 0 0

(Additional) 20 0 0

30 0 0

Marsden 2 12 0

Mixenden 3 7 6

Morley- Old Chapel 9 2 6

New Chapel 15 4 3

Northwram 5 0 0

Poole—Subscription 110

Stainland 5 0 0

Sowerhy 2 10 10

Wakefield—Salem Chapel 20 2 4

Zion Chapel 43 0 0

Quebec Chapel—Donations ... 2 0 0
Miss Cope's Missionary Box ..300

—— 5 0 0

Warley 6 0 0

Wilsdeu 5 0 0

567 7 5

Less Expenses,*.. 26 4 5

541 3 0

Hull and East Riding Auxiliary Society—
W. S. Cooper, Esq., Treasurer 163 16 5

Scotland—Glasgow—Per W. Mc Gaviu, Esq.

(deceased)—

Subscription 10 0

Cumbrae Missionary and Bible Society—

Per Mr. J. McKirdy 2 0 0

Per Mr. W. Campbell 8 14 4

11 14 4 Less Expenses,... 016

11 12 10

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Dundee—Chapelslade Penny Society 10 0

Perthshire—Perth—Legacy by the late Miss

Mary Mc Intvre—Per James Thomas,

Esq 40 0 0

Monifelth and Broughly Ferry Bible and

Missionary Society — Per Rev. G.

Collisou 3 0 0

West Indies—Demerara—Rev, J. Kelley—

Additional Contributions towards the
Repairs of Providence Chapel

(To October, 1831.)

Donations.

John Lane, Esq 110 0 0

Captain Manners, R. A 30 0 0

G.Cill(M.D.) 44 0 0

H. Bruce, Esq 68 0 0

Friends, by Mr. W. P 66 0 0

Francina Misla 92 • 0

Sophia Dodvein 22 0 0

A Gentleman 22 0 0

Subscriptions.

Friday Classes 89 10 0

Bel Air Plantation 55 15 0

Sandry Collections 44 7 8

Collected by Mrs. Tobie 38 0 0

(To April, 1832.)

Collections after Sermons by Rev. M.

Lewis (deceased) 166 10 0

Donations.

Miss J. de Roller 55 0 0

Miss C. Barnacle 22 0 0

Miss E. Backker 22 0 0

Miss N. Backker 16 0 0

Luckky and Wife 22 0 0

GreckkyKing 22 0 0 Catherine Wegler..,. 14 0 0

Mr. Haaperhoven 12 0 0

N. W. Pollard, Esq 22 0 0

Collected by

Sophia Dodenl 13 10 0

Mrs.Tobie 6 7 8

Sabbath Classes 61 17 8

Men's Monday Classes 42 5 0

Female Members 123 2 8

Friday Classes 127 17 8

A Sum originally intended towards the Purchase of an Organ, unanimously voted towards the Repairs of the Chapel, at a Meeting of Subscribers 333 15 0

Guilders.... 1962 17 s

Missionary Contributions to October, 1831—

Sabbath Classes (Slaves) 134 2 8

Men's Classes 333 2 8

Young Men's Society 11 17 8

Female Members 362 15 0

Friday Classes (chiefly Slaves) 451 15 0

Monthly Missionary Prayer-Meetings ., 198 17 8

Sunday School Juvenile Aux. Society .. 353 7 8

Captain Manners (R. A.) 22 II I)

Essequebo Members 48 10 0

West Coast Chapel (Balance) 83 7 8

1999 15 0

Juvenile Missionary Association, including
Collections at the Monthly Missionary
Prayer-Meetings—

(To May, 1832.)

Male Branch—Collected by

Mr. Landroy 207 15 0

Mr. Hasperhovcn 65 17 8

Mr. G. McFairlain 4117 8

Mr. W. Mc Fairlaio 9 7 8

Mr. Berkley 6 2 8

Mr. Pieters 48 0 0

Mr. Combermack 11 17 8

Mr. Rogers 11 17 8

Master J. Ketley 53 10 0

N. W. Pollard,Esq..(don.).. 22 0 0

— 478 5 B

Female Branch—Collected by

Miss C. Vincent 44 5 0

Miss Meyers 27 12 8

Miss Spaman 48 0 0

Missjeemeg 62 2 8

Miss Marcurins 14 5 0

Miss Lee 29 0 0

N. VV. Pollard, Esq., per Ditto 22 0 0

Mr. S. Wilson, per Ditto 12 0 0

Mrs. Mc Fairlaiu 18 12 8

Mrs. Pielers 27 10 0

Collected by Mrs. Lewis—

W. B. Pollard, Esq 22 0 0

G. W. Wells, Esq 22 0 0

H. Bruce, Esq 22 0 0

M. J. Retemeyer, Esq 15 0 0

N. VV. Pollard, Esq 22 0 0

P. Sampson, Esq 44 0 0

E. J. Troughton, Esq 22 0 0

Captain and Mrs. Gibbs 22 0 0

Mrs. Hally 22 0 0

Mrs. and Miss Jones 22 0 0

Mrs. E. Smith 22 0 0

Ditto, Subscription 6 0 0

566 7 3

Mr. T. N. Trouehton (don.).... 22 a I

Mrs. Ketley's Missionary Box 11 f I

Collected at the Monthly Missionary

Prayer-Meeting 190 0 0

Collection after Sermons, per Rev. Mr.

Scolt 56 2 8

at the Public Meeting 275 10 1

Guilders.... 1602 5 «

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

The thanks of the Directors are respectfully presented for the following :—

To Anonymous, for a Packet of Medicines for South Africa. R. Y. K., for Bags, Pincushions, and Needle Cases. Rev. Mr. Peggs, for Books for Rev. Messrs. Fyvie, Surat. Mr. Hart, for Copies of Mr. Whitfield's Life and Letters. The Author of " Youth's Scripture Catechism/' for 39 dozen Copies. Anonymous, fur Hints to the Benevolent, and Tracts on the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Mr. Wyalt, Mr. James Grime*, Mr. Sinithymau, Amicus, Mr. W. Hammond, Miss Gale, J. C, Mrs. Green, Mr. Eisdell, and T. Welman, E*q.[ for Numbers of the Evangelical and Home Missionary Magazines, Sunday School Repository, Christian Instructor and Guardian, Eclectic Review, Sermons, Reports of the Chnrch Missionary, Prayer-Book and Heniily Socielj'i Proceedings, Missionary Register, and one Copy of the Missionary Voyage in the Ship Duff.

Printed by John Haddon and Co., 27, Ivy Lane.

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