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of the Mye, where three have been bap- hear in mind that Baroda itself is not the tized. Our brother is still there. His great sphere of our labour, nor is it likely to beexperience of Indian Missions, and ac- come so. The peculiar difficulties of labour quaintance with natives, added to his ability in the Guicowar's territories, make us seek to bear the fatigues of labour, eminently to labour in the territories of our own Goqualify him for this sphere of labour. Yet vernment. These are north, south, and I cannot refrain from urging on the Direc- west, of Baroda, at the respective distances tors the necessity of still further strength of fifteen to thirty miles. I do say, with ening our Mission. We are absolutely perfect assurance, that God is graciously forced to occupy different districts, and inviting us to these districts; and I eartherefore need numbers which, with a more nestly beg that your Society will comply with constrained range of labour, would not be His gracious invitation. required. It is exceedingly probable that As we advance in our work, we need in case of Naran's family embracing the efficient Missionaries, and two or three truth, one of us would be obliged to reside years are requisite to the efficiency of a at Broach in the rainy season. You must new Missionary.

ORDINATION OF MR, SOUTHWELL. On Wednesday evening, February 10th, bling in Ebenezer Chapel,) proposed the Mr. B. Southwell, B.A., of Spring-hill Ordination Questions, and received the ConCollege and the London University, was fession of Faith. The Rev. T. R. Barker, publicly ordained and set apart as a Mis- (Classical Tutor of Spring-bill College,) ofsionary to China, in Ebenezer Chapel, Bir- fered the Ordination Prayer, accompanied mingham. The Rev. W. Fairbrother opened with the imposition of hands; after which the service with reading and prayer. The the Rev. J. A. James delivered a solemn Rev. J. Legge, D.D. (from China,) de- and affecting Charge to the young Minister scribed the field of labour, and impres- from Phil. iii. 13, “ This one thing I do;" sively urged its claims on the prayers and and the Rev. A. Gordon, M. A. (of Walefforts of the British churches. The Rev. sall,) concluded the service with prayer. J. Roberts, (Pastor of the Church assem

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. The best thanks of the Directors are presented to at Albany Chapel, Edinburgh, for a box of apthe following, viz.,

parel; and to Mrs. Wille and friends, Lewes, for For Queen Pomare.-To the Juvenile Missionary à box of apparel.

Working party, St. Thomas's-square, Hackney, For Rev. R. Birt.-To the Sunday-school children for a box of apparel; and to the Sunday-school and friends of the Kensington Auxiliary, for a children connected with Pendref Independent box of clothing.

Chapel, Carnarvon, for some slates and pencils. For Rev. R. Moffat, Kuruman.-To Miss S. Haw. For Rev. T. Powell, Savaii.--To Friends at Marl- kins, Banghurst, for a parcel of clothing.

borough Chapel, Old Kent-road, for two boxes of For Rafaravavy. - To Mrs. Huxley, Carnaryon, for useful articles.

six volumes of Evangelical Magazines ; to the For South Africa.-To the Juvenile Missionary Sunday-school children connected with Pendref

Working Society, Barnsley, per Mrs. Beddow, for Independent Chapel, Carnarvon, for some slates a bale of apparel; and to Miss Williams, Carnar- and pencils.

von, for six volumes of Evangelical Magazines. To H. H. for a package of boots, shoes, &c.; to For Rev. W. Elliott. - To Friends at Gravel-pit Mr. M. E. Colman; to Mr. E. Pike, Craven-street;

Meeting House, Hackney, for three boxes of ap- to Mrs. Young, Maida-hill; to Mr. W. Bennet, parel, and a surplus of 11. 178.

Bath, for parcels of Evangelical Magazines, and For Rev. J. Read, Kat River. To female friends other periodicals.

From the 1st to the 27th February, 1847, inclusive.

8. d.
£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. Miss Portal ................... 100 0

Clapham, Ladies' Branch, Mrs. Fitch's Missionary.
A Friend .....................
5 0 0 on account

12 6 10
box.............

0 13 3 R. T....... 10 0 O Holywell Mount Juvenile

W. Dodson, Esq. for the
Do. for Widows' Fund ... 2 0 0 Branch, on account 3 12 0 Nat. Girl, Mary Ann
Collected by Miss Harris,
Poultry Chapel, Balance.. 1 11 6 Dodson

3 00 Cambridge Heath ...... 2 0 0 Holloway Chapel, on acPromise, half for Raro

count

.......... 11

5 10 For the Missionary Ship. tonga and half for Africa 1 0 0

Collected byA Friend, for Rafaravavy 10 o Walworth, South-street

Miss E. Todd

0 4 0 Barbican Chapel, for Dis

Sunday-school

W. Hickman .............**

0 1 5 tress in Africa, per Miss

For Chioa....................

1 5
o Henry Williams ...........,

0 2 6 Beaumont

10
For Rarotonga

0
Maria Spelling

0 5 0 2. Uwins, Esq. 100

21. 58.
Masters Clayton ...........

0 2 6 Miss Poole, Cairn's

Mrs. Harrison's Family .. 0 5 6 Cross, per ditto....... 0 10 0 Portland Chapel, St.John's M. L. A.

050 11. 10s.

Wood, Sunday-school.. 0 150

£ 8. d.
£ 8. d.

£ 8. d. Buckinghamshire.

Torpoint

5 4 5

Hampshire. Wingrave and Aston Ab

Ringwood, Sunday-school botts .......................... 22 0 0

226 10 7 Less expenses ............

Juvenile Association... 1 100

5 4 5 For Rarotonga............ 2 0 0 Cambridgeshire.

For C. Harris Ringwood 4 100

221 6 2 Royston, on account ...... 28 0 0

For Boys' Mission Sch. 2 0 0

101.
Including 1101. pre-
Cheshire.

Hertfordshire.
viously acknowledged.
Tavistock ....
42 18 6 Bushey

25 4 6 Hatherlow .................. 13 00

For Nat. Tea. W. Rooker 100 0 For Missionary Ship. 1 12 0
For Tavistock Ladies'

For Wid, and Or. Fund 2 10 2
Cornwall.
Female Teacher ...... 10 00

291. 6s. 8d. Auxiliary Society, per J.

For Chinese Mission 3 3 0 Hatfield, Miss Beecroft
Baynard, Esq.-
Do. Mr. T. Windeatt,

and Friends, for Raro-
Bodmin...
5 18 6 Jun. to purchase an

tonga .....

0 15 0 Falmouth ....., 54 14 6 Æther Apparatus .... 5 0 0 Wheathamstead

3 10 0 Offering of a Sundayschool Teacher 25 00

71 1 6

Huntingdonshire.
For China.........

1 5 0
Less expenses

1 10 10

Aux. Soc. per T. Coote,
For Schools in India 7 1 6
For Mrs. Mault's Sch. 50 0

* 69 10 6 Esq.

St. Neot's For West India Schools 1 11 6

.................... 11 16 3 For larotonga............. 100

Ramsey.... + Including 401. pre

6 15 6 0 Fowey

9 10 0

Huntingdon...............
6 viously acknowledged.
3 4

3 Grampound .................

2 0
Tiverton

6 10 0

57 2 3 Spaldwick...... Launceston

1 17 3

Houghton............... 46 5 2 Torquay, D. Garrett, Esq.

22 10 8 For Rarotonga......... 0 12 6 per Rev. G. Moase...... 20 St. Ives.....

Mr. Potto Brown .......... 22 10 0 Liskeard

3 0 0 Collected by Master S. Merag issey

4 18 9
C. Symes

1 0 0
3 2 11 Rev. J. K. Holland
Mr. A. Ashton................

0 10 0 Penzance ....... 40 0 2

Mr. T. Coote

Dorselshire. For N. Tea. J. Foxell 10

2 10 0 0 0

Mr. J. Ulph

0 10 0 Penryn .... 22 6 6 Blandford ......

46 96

* 821. 16s. 6d. For Native Tea. H.

Including 351. pre-
Martyn
1 0 0 Dorchester-

viously acknowledged. Portscatha

2 10 0 Collection by Rev. E. St. Austel.................. 5 0 0 Prout ....

3 16 3

Isle of Wight. St. Agnes ................. 4 13 0 For a Native Teacher

Shanklin Sunday-school 0 8 7 St. Ives ..................... 5 0 0 G. S. Wood, Esq. Ad

For Missionary Ship 0 5 10 St. Maws .....................

3 13 3
miston Hall 5 001

14s. 5d. St. Columbe................

11 15 6
Col. by Mr.M.Devenish 5 0 0

Kent.
Tregony ......................

2 16 6

131. 168. 3d. Truro......................... 58 19 4 Swanage

11 15 6

Margate, per F. W. Cobb, Wadesbridge 3 5 6

Esq.

12 3 7 West Looe ................

7 12 8
Durham.

Edenbridge, per Mr. Green 0 14 6
Hartlepool

700 349 4 4

Lancashire. Less expenses

Essex.

Bolton, Talent dug out of
Plaistow
24 13 5 the earth

5 0 0 .339 18 3

For Native Schools...... 6 0 0 Burnley, per Mr. W.
For Native Girl, Mary

Hughes.......

24 16 0 Including 3101. pre

Plaistow

30 0 Liverpool, Teachers and viously acknowledged.

For Rarotonga............ 61 1 Children of Newington

Chapel Sunday-sch. for
Cumberland.

39 14 6 the Missionary Ship ... 9 7 0 Brampton..... 6 13 0

Manchester, Tabernacle, Carlisle, on account ....... 10 7 0 • Including 141. 138. 4d.

Chester-road, Sundaypreviously acknowledged.

school

1 100 Derbyshire. Gloucestershire,

Leicestershire. Chinley, Chapel-en-le-Frith 3 6 6 Cam, Collected by Mrs.

Nicholls Cromford, Glenorchy Sun

1 10 6 Evington Hall, H. F. day-sch. for the Ship 1 0

Coleman, Esg......(A.) 5 5 0 0

Cheltenham, Countess's
Dronfield

1
8 17 8
Sunday-school............. 5 0

2

Mrs. Roberts New Mills................... 10 0 0

0 0

Lincolnshire,
Dursley, Tabernacle-

Per Rev. W. Rose-
Devonshire.
Collection ...................

4 193
Alford

15 16 0

7 68

Welton-le-Marsli ........ Plymouth, Devonport,&c.

Collected byAux. Soc. per W.Stuart,

10 10 10 Miss Weaver

2 1 2 Spilsby ..... Esq.

Miss Jane Smith...... 39 6 Norley-street Chapel ... 91 195 101. 98. 11d.

33 13 6 For Wid. & Or. Fund 5 6

2 6 8 6 Moreton-in-Marsh

9 16 6 Less expenses ............ Batter-street Chapel 18 13 Rehoboth Chapel 5 7 9 Wotton-under-Edge

31 6 10 Devonport

Mrs.Crompton (2 years) 120 00 Princes-street ............. 50 3 6 For Ebenezer Female

Thealby, Misses Sewell, For Mrs.Lewis's Sch.

School

20 00

for the School at BanNagercoil

5 100 9 11

galore ... 2 For Native Tea. R. B. Mount-street ......... 29 18

0 Knill, and P. B. Dod. Emma-pl. Stonehouse 8 6 9 dridge .................. 60

Norfolk.

0 0 Morrice Town ........... 2 0 0

2001. Norwich, Mrs.W.Fletcher,

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£ 8. d.

d.

£ $. d. for School at Kat River 10 0 0 Kirkby Stephen 0 10 0 Kelloe, G. Buchan, Esq. For Distress in Africa.. 2 0 0 Ulverstone

12 20 for Madagascar ......... 10

0 0 121.

Kelso Parochial SundayNorwich and Yarmouth,

156 18 6 school, for the Missionper Miss Davy, for Mrs. Less Expenses............. 7 12 6 ary Ship......

1 12 0 Mault's School........... 900

Mauchline United Seces. 149

6 0 Juv. Soc. for Rarotonga 2 6 8 Northamptonshire.

Perth, Mill-street, SunDaventry ..................

* Including 1001. pre10 90

day-sch. for Nat. Girl, viously acknowledged.

Christian Mill

3 0 0 Wellingborough, West

P. C. for Tahiti

30 0 End Juv. Assoc. for

Wiltshire.

Strichen Free Church Juv.
Missionary Ship

0 14 6
Balhampton, Wiley, Mr.

Soc. for China ..............

1 0 0 John Read

2 0 0
Northumberland.
Corsham

4 0 0
Ryton, per Master Stea-
Salisbury, Rev. S. Sleigh 13 4 0

NEWFOUNDLAND. venson, for the Mission

St. John's Cong. Church, ary Ship

0 11 0
Devizes

39 5 4

Rev. D. D. Evans:
For Missionary Ship 1 14 2
For Chinese Mission ...

Missionary boxes

1 1 0 Nottinghamshire.

Mrs. Job's.................

1 15 7 Rowde, Miss Gabriel (A.) 1 1 0

Mrs. Nichols'

017 5 Worksop ........................ 17 19 5

431. 18. 6d.

Mrs. Noad's

0 16 1 Yorkshire.

Mrs. Hanley's

1 13 0 Shropshire. Muston Lodge, Legacy of

Mrs. Tucker's .........

0 6 8 Ruyton XI. Towns, Mr. late Mrs. Russell, less

Mrs. Lash's

0 10 10 J. Price, including 48. duty

1
................180 0 0
Miss Duder's

09 as an acknowledgment

Miss M. A. Lilly's

0 9 York, per J. Backhouse, for mercies received 1 5 0 Esq. for Rev. J. Brown

Miss M. E. Jones' 0 1 lee, Caffraria............... 20 0 0

Master Ogilvie Evans 0 12 4 Somersetshire.

Missionary Prayer

Meetings
West Riding Aux. Soc.

3 13

5 Bristol, f. M. Phillips, for Rarotonga

per W. Stancliffe, Esq.

For Nat. Teacher, Daniel
0 3 0
Bradford, on account... 21 12 8

Spencer Ward :
Bruton .........................

15 0 8
Gargrave

10 0

Collected by
Sandy Syke

2 11 4
Miss Louisa Winton

0

017 Sussex. Newton in Bowland

0 011 8

Miss A. Satchwell ... 7 2 Aux. Soc. per W. Penfold,

Skipton........
10 1

3 $

Miss Sarah Chancey 0 14
Miss Ann Eales

0 6 7 Esq. on account .........200

For Mrs.Porter's Sch.
0 0
Madras .................

3 2 8 Chichester, Mrs.and Miss

Miss M. E. Jones 0 13 3 For China

1 16 0

Miss Isabel Finlay... 0 Riley, for Little Moses,

8 9 Miss Susan Bickham 0 401. 158. 8d.

1 4 at Berhampore 2 0 0

Miss Mary Knight... 0 17 2 WALES.

Miss Sarah Lilly 0 5 0 Warwickshire.

Miss E. Richards ....

0 Anglesey, a Welsh Calvin

1 8 Coventry, West Orchard istic Methodist Friend,

Miss Betsy Tong......

0 7 9 Chapel, on account...... 32 0 0 per Rev. J. Phillips 1 001

Master G. Hanley 4 6 0 Branch Soc. on account 50 0 0 Bridgend Tabernacle Sun.

Master John Nichols 1 5 0 Foleshill 6 10 5

1
day-School ................

7 0
Master J. Weymouth 0

1 4 Stretton-under-Fosse....... 2 18 7 Milford, per Maj. Bonette 20

Master J. Keith ....... 3 6

0 311 Nuneaton, per Rev. G.

Master Chas. Autle... 0 6 11 Eustace....................... 6 5 6

Master W. Stacy......

0 6 3 SCOTLAND.

Master E. Colton 0 2 6
Aberdeen, Legacy of late
Westmoreland.

0

Master Samuel Eales 4 9 Miss Ann Nicol ......... 5 00 Master S. Colton...... 0 2 0 Aux. Soc. per R. Benson, Cormilligan,per W.M'Caw,

Master Philip Knight 0 3 1 Esq. Kendal

for the Missionary Ship 0 18 0 Master Jas. Autle 013 1 Subscriptions 70 14 0 Do. Penpont Reformed

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Master P. Barnes 0 10 2 Collected by Pres. Cong. for China... 1 0 0 Master S. Chancey.

0 3 5 Miss Greenhow ...........

4 13
0 Dunkeld, per Rev. J.

Master R. Richards 0 J 9 Mrs. Cornthwaite 1 4 3 Black...

7 00 Sabbath-school Box .... 0 5 3 Mrs. N. Wilson ..........

1 0
6 Edinvurgh, Broughton-

Mrs. Ward's Donation 5 0 U R. and E. Wilson

3 14 0

place, Juv. Soc. for the M. Jones ................... 3 7 1 Missionary Ship ......... 5.00

Currency 30 7 6 E. M. Jones ....

0 18 6 D. Jones's children 0 5

4 Glasgow Aux. Soc. per J.
Juv. School ....
1 0 0 Riik, Esg.-

HAMBURGH.
For Missionary Ship 1 17 11 George-st. Chapel Soc.
Young Ladies at Kent-

Independent Cong. per

for religious purposes 51 6 0 Mr. C. Dodgshun 24 14 6 terrace, for Sch. in

Dennyloan head SecesTravancore

10 0 0 sion Church Female Mrs. S. W. Crewdson,

Society ..................

5 0 0

ROTTERDAM for two Girls at Na

Male Brauch ............

4 0 0 Ladies' Mis. Society, per gercoil ................ 4 0 0 Juvenile Branch, for

Mrs. Jay

13 1 4 Public Meeting

0 9
China......

1 0 0 For the Nat. Tea. Eben-
New-street Chapel
2 17 1 Montrose-street Seces.

ezer Miller....

10 0 0 Zion Chapel

7 9 6 Church Juv. Soc. .... 1 0 0 Sunday-school, English Do. School 6 13 6 New Vennel Mission

Reformed Church, for Ambleside 7 79 house Sab. morning

Missionary Ship .......... 100 Ravenstonedale

5 4 7
Meeting ...
0 1 3

247, 18, 4d. Crosby & Whygillhead 1 18 S

621. 78. 3d.

............

........ 10

Tyler and Reed, Printers, Bolt-court, London,

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