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433 Banff, John Danks. 434 Inverness, Edmund B. Warters, who shall

change with the Minister at Banff on two Sundays in every six months.

411 Morpeth, Edmund Oldfield, who shall change

on one Sunday in every three weeks with

the Ministers of the Blyth Circuit. XXIX. CARLISLE DISTRICT.-Edward

Sumner, Chairman. Thomas D. Baines, Financial Secretary. 412 Carlisle, Edward Sumner, William M. Pun

shon. 413 Brampton, Thomas J. Walker, who shall

change on One Sunday in every three

weeks with the Ministers at Carlisle. 414 Whitekaren, John Connon, John W. Crank

shaw. 415 Workington, Harry Pedley, William L.

Horton
N.B. Brother Horton shall reside at Cocker-

mouth. 416 Appleby, Alexander Mansie, John Parsons;

John Felvus, Supernumerary. N.B. Brother Parsons shall reside at Brough. 417 Perrith, Thomas D. Bainas, Alfred Lockyer,

Robert A. Gent. 418 Trigton and Keswick, Samuel Brocksop,

John Elam. 419 Kendal, John Lewis, Ist, Edward Baylis;

James Dunbar, William Huddlestone, Su

pernumeraries. 420 Ulverstone, William Parkinson, who shall

change on one Sunday in every six weeks

with the Ministers at Kendal. 421 Dumfries, William Shearman.

XXXII. SHETLAND ISLES DISTRICT.

James Kendall, 2d, Chairman. 435 Lerwick, James Kendall, 2d, Daniel Far

quhar, Thomas D. Dilks, William Foster. N.B. Brother Farquhar shall reside at Dun

rossness, and Brother Dilks in the Island

of Whalsay. 436 Valls, Thompson Hesk. 437 Northmavin and Delting, Nicholas C. Prid

hamn. 438 North Isles, William Parsonson; William

Langridge, Supernumerary. N.B. Brother Parsonson shall reside in the

Island of Unst.

XXX. ISLE OF MAN DISTRICT.-- James

Rosser , Chairman. 422 Douglas and Castlctouen, James Rosser,

Charles Curelly, Theophilus Talbot. 423 Randy and Peel, William Simpson, Myles

C. Dixon, Thomas H. Brocklehurst.

IRELAND.
I. DUBLIN DISTRICT.-JViliam Stewart,

Chairman.
Dublin, South, (Centenary Chapel, fe.,) Wil-

liam Stewart, William P. Appelbe, LL.D.,
Gibson M Millen; Robinson Scott, Gover-
nor and Chaplain of the Wesleyan Con-
nexional School; William Ferguson,
Charles M.Cormick, John Waugh, and

Thomas Beamish, Supernumeraries. 2 Dublin, North, (Abbey-street Chapel, $c.,)

William Reilly, George Vance, Frederick

Stephens ; Henry Deery, Supernumerary. 3 Kingston, Robert Masaroon; George M El

wain, Supernumerary. N.B. Brother Masa roon shall change once

in three weeks with the Preachers of the

Dublin South Circuit. 4 Drogheda, William Cather, Robert G. Cather,

A.M.; Michael Burrows, who is to reside in Dundalk, and Patrick Firench, Super

numeraries. 5 Wickloro, Robert Hamilton, William Lough. N.B. Letters should be directed to Rath

drum.

XXXI. EDINBURGII AND ABERDEEN

DISTRICT.--William Horton, Chairman.

Roger Moore, Financial Secretary. 424 Elinburgh, William Horton, Henry Owen,

John Hay. 423 Dunbar and Haddington, William Mearns,

A.M., who shall change with the Ministers at Edinburgh, under the direction of the

Superintendent. 426 Glasyon and Paisley, Roger Moore, William

Eston.
Greenock, Benjamin Frankland, jun., B.A.,

who shall change with the Ministers at
Glasgow on one Sunday in every six weeks.

none Sunday in every six weeks. 427 Airdrie. Stirlino, and Doune, Paul Clark,

Thomas H. Hill, Samuel Macaulay. N.B. The Superintendent shall reside at Stir

ling, and Brother Hill at Airdrie. 428 Ayr, George Paterson. 429 Aberdeen, Peter Samuel, David Edgar,

Robert Haworth; George Douglas, Super

numerary. 430 Drendee, Thomas R. Jones. 431 Perth, Edward Shelton, who shall change

once in every six weeks with the Minister

at Dundee. 432 Arbroath and Montrose, John Drake, Lance

lot Railton. N.B. Brother Drake shall reside at Montrose.

II. WATERFORD DISTRICT.-John F.

Mathews, Chairman. 6 Waterford, John F. Mathews, Robert G.

Jones. 7 Carlow, John Holmes, Richard Maxwell ;

Robert Banks, Supernumerary. 8 Newtownbarry, Robert Bamford, William

Christie. 9 JV'exford, IIenry J. Giles, James Keys;

James Rutledge, who resides in New-Ross,

and James C. Pratt, Supernumeraries. III. CORK DISTRICT.-Thomas Waugh,

Chairman. 10 Cork, Henry Price, Frederick P. Le Maitre;

Joshua Harman, James B. Gillman, Su

pernumeraries. 11 Cove, John Saul. 12 Bandon, John Greer, John Duncan, Tho.

mas Waugh. 13 Skibbercon, James Patterson, Thomas W.

Baker. 14 Tralee, John Hughes.

41 Ballyclare, Robert Hewitt. 42 Donaghadee, Thomas Ballard, John Higgins,

who is to reside in Newtownards; Samuel M'Dowell, Supernumerary, who is to re

side at Kirkcubbin. 43 Carrickfergus, James Tobias, Edward Co

bain. 44 Coleraine, Joseph W. M‘Kay, James Hut

cheson. 45 Magherafelt, John Foster, Joseph Johnston. 46 Lisburn, William Hoey, lst, Thomas K.

Whittaker; William Armstrong, Supernu

merary. 47 Downpatrick, William M'Garvey, Mortlock

Long.

XI. NEWRY DISTRICT.-Richard T. Tracy,

Chairman 48 Newry, Richard T. Tracy, William Butler. 49 Dungannon, William Hoey, 2d, John Dwyer;

Archibald Murdock, Edward Hazleton,

who resides in Moy, Supernumeraries. 50 Armagh, Thomas Meredith, George Magee. 61 Lurgan, Robert Beauchamp, Hugh Moore. 62 Moira and Dromore, Benjamin Bayly, who

resides in Moira, Robert A. Devers. 53 Tandragee, George Burrows, John Bagley;

William Foote, Supernumerary. 54 Portadown, John Nash, George Chambers.

IV. LIMERICK DISTRICT.-John Nelson,

Chairman. 15 Limerick, John Nelson, Thomas Hickey. 16 Roscrea, Robert Bruce, James S. Waugh. 17 Cloughjordan, John Donald; John Rogers,

Supernumerary.
N.B. Letters for Brother Donald should be

directed to Borrisokane.
V. TULLAMOORE DISTRICT.-William

Crook, Chairman. 18 Tullamoore, John Hill, William G. Campbell;

Thomas Lougheed, Supernumerary. 19 Athlone, William Burnside. 20 Maryborough, William Crook, William

Crook, jun. 21 Longford, William Mulloy, Robert J. Meyer;

William Keys, Supernumerary.
I. SLIGO DISTRICT.-William Lupton,

Chairman. 22 Sligo, William Lupton, Alexander Twiss. 23 Castlebar, John H. Atkins, James Kernahan. 24 Ballina, James Murdock, Robert Campbell. 25 Boyle, Samuel Cowdy. VII. CLONES DISTRICT.-James Hughes,

Chairman. 26 Clones, Samuel Downing, James Bass. 27 Cootehiu, Wallace M.Mullen, Edward John

ston, 2d. 28 Killesandra, John Jebb, John Hiram Robin

son. 29 Castleblaney and Monaghan, William Brown,

Edward Best. 30 Aughnacloy, James Hughes. VIII. ENNISKILLEN DISTRICT.-John

Armstrong, Chairman. 31 Enniskillen, Robert Huston, Robert Bell ;

Bell ; Robert Crozier, John Nesbitt, Super

numeraries. 32 Brookborough, John Armstrong, Charles L.

Grant. 33 Manorhamilton, Nathaniel Hobart, John H.

Boyd. 34 Loutherstown, James Black, James Collier ;

William Douglas, Supernumerary. 35 Ballyshannon and Pettigo, John Oliver, Wil

liam B. Lebert ; Samuel Kyle, John C.

Irvine, Supernumeraries.
IX. LONDONDERRY DISTRICT.-John

Carey, Chairman 36 Londonderry, John Carey, Colin M‘Kay. 37 Strabane, Robert H. Lindsay, John Hazle

ton; William Finley, Andrew Huston, Su

pernumeraries. 38 Omagh, John C. Storey, James M'Clintock ;

James M'Cutchan, Arthur Noble, Robert

Carson, Supernumeraries. X. BELFAST DISTRICT.-Daniel M'Afee,

Chairman 39 Belfast, South, (Donegall-square Chapel, fc.,)

John Williams, Robert Wallace: Matthew
Lanktree, James Johnston, John Camp-

bell, Supernumeraries. 40 Belfast, North, (Frederick-street Chapel, &c.,)

Daniel M'Afee, Anketell M. Henderson;
Thomas Ridgeway, Edward Johnston, 1st,
Supernumeraries.

IRISH AND FOREIGN MIS

SIONS.
I. EUROPE.

IRELAND. 1 Lucan and Trim, John Feely, Samuel

Johnston, 2 Kilkenny, John Walker, H. M. Beale, A.B. 3 Tipperary, Samuel Ferguson. 4 Youghal, Edward M. Banks. 5 Fermoy and Malloro, John Liddy. 6 Kinsale, Frederick Elliott. 7 Berehaven-Mines, Francis Morrow. 8 Dingle, John Gilbert. 9 Ballinasloe, James Sullivan. 10 Killaloe, Henry Geddes; John Harrington,

Supernumerary. 11 Kilrush, Francis Stephens. 12 Galway, James Henry. 13 Tuam, William Cornwall. 14 Belmullet and Erris, Thomas M‘Lorinan. 15 Cavan, Jeremiah Wilson, James Carey. 16 Donegal, William Guard, Thomas Foster. 17 Rathmelton, Letterkenny, and Stranorlar,

James Donald. 18 Newtoronlimavady, Edward Harpur. 19 Ballymena, Robert Black.

FRANCE AND SWITZERLAND.-Charles

Cook, Chairman of the District, and General
Superintendent of the Missions in France and

Switzerland. 20 Paris, Charles Cook, William Arthur, John

L. Rostan. 21 Bar-le-Duc, Philip Le Bas. 22 Calais, Philip Guiton. 23 Boulogne, Charles W. Cleeve, B.A.

24 Caen, Le Bocage, &c., Peter Lucas, Charles

C. de Boinville, who shall reside at Lisieux. 25 Nismes, Anduze, La Vaunage, and La

Gardonnéque, Henry de Jersey, Louis Martin, William J. Handcock, Luke Pulsford ;

Peter Roy, Assistant Missionary. 26 Ganges, sc., (Les Cevennes, West,) Henry

Martin ; John Le Lievre, Assistant Mis

sionary. 27 Nyons, fc., (Drome and Upper Alps,) Francis

Farjat, Peter Massot, Philip Neel, Wil

liam Ogier. 28 Lausanne and Aigle, (Switzerland,) Matthew

Gallienne; Gideon Jaulmes, Assistant Missionary.

MEDITERRANEAN MISSIONS. 29 Gibraltar, Thomas Dove, George Alton.

II. ASIA.

CEYLON.
SINGHALESE DISTRICT.-Daniel J.
Gogerly, Chairman of the District, and Gene-
ral Superintendent of the Missions in South
Ceylon.

(SOUTH.)
30 First Colombo, Daniel J. Gogerly, Andrew

Kessen, LL.D., who is Rector of the Native
Normal Institution, under the Central
School Commission appointed by the Cey-
lon Government; David de Silva, Native

Minister.
31 Second Colombo, John A. Poulier, Native

Minister. 32 Negombo and Rillegalle, Daniel de Pereira,

Native Minister. 33 Seedua, D. L. A. Bartholomeuz, Native

Minister. 34 Galkisse, Cornelius Wijesingha, Native Mi

nister. 35 Morotto, P. G. de Zylva, Native Minister. 36 Pantura, John R. Parys, Native Minister. N.B. The Second Colombo, Negombo, See

dua, Galkisse, Morotto, and Pantura stations shall be under the care of the Super

intendent of the First Colombo Circuit. 37 Caltura, William H. A. Dickson; W. A. Lal.

mon, Native Minister. 38 Galle, Amblangodde, and Belligam, William

Bridgnell.
39 Matura, Dondra, and Goddapitiya, C. de

Hoedt, Native Minister.
N.B. The Matura, Dondra, and Goddapi-

tiya stations shall be under the care of the
Galle Superintendent.

CONTINENTAL INDIA.
I. MADRAS DISTRICT.-Joseph Roberts, 2d,

Chairman and General Superintendent o the

Madras District. 45 Madras, Joseph Roberts, 2d, Thomas Has

well, Ebenezer E. Jenkins. 46 Negapatam and Tranquebar, Thomas Cryer,

Joseph Little; A. D. Ponniah, Assistant

Missionary. 47 Manargoody and Trichinopoly, Peter Batche

lor, John Pinkney ; S. Davasagayam, As

sistant Missionary. II. MYSORE DISTRICT.-Thomas Hodson,

Chairman and General Superintendent of the

Mysore District. 48 Bangalore, Thomas Hodson, John Garrett;

Arthur Taylor, Assistant Missionary. 49 Bangalore, (Tamul,) Richard D. Griffith, 50 Mysore, Daniel Sanderson, Thomas B. Glan

ville ; Philip Webber. 61 Goobbee and Toomkoor, Benjamin Field, James

M. Cranswick ; Henry 0. Sullivan, Assist

ant Missionary.
52 Coonghul, Edward J. Hardey, Joseph Morris.
MISSIONS IN AUSTRALASIA

AND POLYNESIA.
I. AUSTRALIA AND VAN DIEMEN'S

LAND DISTRICT.-- (Villiam B. Boyce,
Chairman of the District, and General Super-
intendent of the Australia and Van Diemen's

Land District.
John Eggleston, Deputy-Chairman of the Van-
Diemen's Land Section of the District,

NEW SOUTH WALES
53 Sydney, William B. Boyce, General Superin-

tendent. 54 North, Nathaniel Turner, Thomas B. Har

ris; George Poole, Supernumerary. 55 South, Frederick Lewis. 56 Paramatta, Jonathan Innes. 7 Windsor, William Schofield; John Harcourt.

Assistant Missionary. 58 Bathurst, Benjamin Hurst. 59 Hunter's-River, Samuel Wilkinson, 1st. 60 Camden and Wollongong, Benjamin Chap

man.
61 Goulburn, William Lightbody, Assistant Mis-

sionary,
62 Port-Macquarie, One is requested.
63 Moreton-Bay, One is requested.

AUSTRALIA FELIX.
64 Melbourne, William Butters.
65 Geelong and Bunting Dale, Francis Tuckfield.
66 Portland and Port-Fairy, One is requested.
67 Gipps'- Land, One is requested.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. 68 Adelaide, Daniel J. Draper; William Long.

bottom, Supernumerary. 69 TVillunga, William Lowe, Assistant Mis

sionary. 70 North-Mines, John C. Tlrum, Assistant Missionary.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. 71 Swan-River, John Smithies.

3r

II. TAMUL DISTRICT.-Peter Percival,

Chairman of the District, and General Superintendent of the Missions in North Ceylon.

(NORTH.) 40 Jaffna, Wannarponne, Putloor, and Catte

welli, Peter Percival, Edward J. Robinson. 41 Point- Pedro, John E. S. Williams. 42 Trincomalee, John Walton. 43 Batticaloa, First, (Puliantiovo,) James Gill

ings; John Philips, Native Minister. 44 Batticaloa, Second, (Curavaoor) John Kil.

ner. VOL. IV.-FOURTH SERIES.

VAN-DIEMEN'S LAND. 72 Hobart-Town and New-Norfolk, John Eggles

ton, Jabez B. Waterhouse. 73 Ross, &-c., John A. Manton. 74 Launceston, Edward Sweetman, Henry H.

Gaud. 75 Oatlands, One wanted.

II. NEW ZEALAND DISTRICT.-- I'ailer

Leurry, Chairman of the District, and General Sprintendent of the Missions in Neue Zealand, and Visiter of the Missions in the

Friendly Islands.
John IJobbsDeputy-Chairman of the Northern

Section of the Nere-Zealand District: John
Whiteley, Demetu- Chairman of the Middle
Section ; and James Walkin, Deputy-Chair-
man of the Southern Section.

NORTHERN SECTION. 76 Auckland, Walter Lawry, Gencral Superin· tendent; Thomas Buddle; George Stan

nard, Assistant Missionary. 77 Pehiakura, Henry H. Lawry. 78 Mangungu and Wangaroa, John Ilobbs. 79 Waima and Newark, John Warren ; William

Kirk. 80 Wairoa, (Kaipara,) James Buller.

MIDDLE SECTION. 81 Kawhia, Beecham-Dale, ( Aotea,) Whakatumu

tumu, and Mokau, John Whiteley, Gideon

Smales. 82 New-Plymouth, (Taranaki, North,) llenry

H. Turton. 83 Waingaroa and Waipa, James Wallis,

George Buttle.

III. AFRICA.

SOUTHERN AFRICA. I. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE DISTRICT.

Thomas L. Hodoson, Chairman of the Dis. trict, and General Superintendent of the Mis.

sions in the Cape of Good Hope District. 96 Cape- Torn and Rondebosch, Thomas L. Hodg

son, Benjamin Ridsdale, Richard Ridgill. 97 Wynberg, Simon's Town, C., Matthew God

man. One wanted. 98 Stellenbosch and Brackenbury's Valley, Bar

nabas Shaw, Edward Edwards. 99 Khamics-Bera, (Little Namaqualand,) Jo

seph Jackson. 100 Nisbett - Bath, (Great Namaqualanil.) John

A. Bailie, Assistant Missionary 101 Concordiaville. (Damaraland.) Richard

Haddy. 102 Elephant-Fountain, (Damaraland.) Joseph

Tindall, Assistant Missionary. 103 Roode- Volk, ( Damaraland,) One requested. 104 George-Torn. One wanted. II. ALBANY AND KAFFRARIA DIS

TRICT.- William Shaw, Chairman of the
District, and General Superintendent of the

Wesleyan Missions in South Eastern Africa. William J. Davis, Deputy Chairman of the

Natal Section of the District.

SOUTHERN SECTION. 84 Waimate and Patea, William Woon. 85 Port-Nicholson. Clindy-Bay, and Kapili,

James Watkin, Samuel Ironside. 86 Nelson, (Middle Island,J John Aldred. 87 Waikouaiti, near Otago, (Middle Island,

Charles Creed. III. FRIENDLY ISLANDS DISTRICT.

John Thomas, Chairman of the District. 88 Tongatabu, John Thomas, Ist, William Webb.

20, George Daniel, George Miller, 2d. 89 Habai, Peter Turner, Matthew Wilson. 90 Vavau, Stephen Rabone, Thomas Adams,

Thomas West. 91 Nina- Tubo-Tatr, Benjamin Latuselu, Native

Assistant Missionary. N.B. Niua-fo-ou, Inui, or Savage Island, and

Uvea, or Wallis's Island, are chiefly under the care of Native Teachers. English Mis

sionaries are earnestly requested. IV. FEEJEE DISTRICT.-John Hunt, Chair

"man of the District. 92 Lakemba. James Calvert. David Ilazlewood:

John Malvern, Assistant Missionary. N.B. David Ilazlewood shall reside at Ono. 93 Vira and Bau, John Hunt, Richard B.

Lyth, Thomas J. Jaggar. 94 Bua, Thomas Williams, 2d. 95 Nandy, John Watsford, James Ford. N.B. Lomuloma, Oneata, Ovalau, Nokora

tumba and Rotu mah, are chiefly under the care of Native Teachers.

COLONIAL CIRCUITS. 105 Graham's-Town, William Shaw, Ist, General

Superintendent, Horatio Pearse, George

Smith, 2d. 106 Salem and Farmerfield, One to be sent. 107 Bathurst and Lower- Albany, John Smith, 3d. 108 Fort-Beaufort and Upper- Albany, John

Ayliff. One to be sent. 109 Port-Elizabeth and Vitenhage, Oue to be

sent. 116 Cradock, George II. Green. 111 Somerset and Graaf-Reinett, John Edwards.

One requested. 112 Zuurberg, C. V. D. Van Soelen, Assistant

Missionary. 113 D'Urban, (Fingo Mission,) Henry H. Dug

morc. One to be sent. 114 Neuton- Dale and Waterloo-Bay. Finde

Mission, ) One to be sent. N. B. The Ministers of the Colonial Circuits

are to change regularly under the direction of the General Superintendent.

BRITISH KAFFRARIA. 115 Wesleyville and East-London, John W. Ap

pleyard. 116 Mount-Coke and King William's Toren,

William Impey, John Wilson, 2d. 117 Kamastime, (near Buffalo's Vleid William

Shepstone. One requested.

KAFFRARIA PROPER.

1. AMAXOSA. 118 Butterworth, Francis P. Gladwin. 119 Beecham-IV ood. One to be sent.

1 ABATEMBU. 120 Haslope-Hills and Glovukazi, &c., Joseph C.

Warner

121 imrani, Under the care of the General 148 Anamabu, Sall-Pond, Winnebak, fe., Henry Superintendent

Wharton. 122 Clarkebury, William II. Garner.

149 Domonasi, Abassa, Mansu, Akroful, 123 Morley, J. Stewart Thomas

Erimakun, and Donasi, John Harrop. III. AMAMPONDO.

150 British Akrah, Edward Addison.

151 Ashanti, Charles Hillard : John A. Martin, 124 Buntingville, William Sargeant.

Native Assistant Missionary. 125 Sharcbury, One to be sent ; James Archbell,

152 Badagry and Abbeokuta, John Thomas, 3d. Supernumerary. 126 Palmerton. (Falu's Tribe,) Thomas Jenkins.

IV. AMERICA. PORT-XATAL AND AMAZULU. 127 D'Urban, William C. ITolden.

WEST INDIES. 198 Pieter-Mauritzberg, John Richards, 2d.

L. ANTIGUA DISTRICT.-James Cox, Chair129 Kuangabeni, (Zwaartkops,) William J.

man of the District, anul General SuperinDavis.

tendent of the Missions in the Antigua Dis130 Umzimkulu, James Allison.

trict. N.B. On all the stations in Kaffraria the Bre 153 Antiqua, James Cox, William Satchell, thren shall change on the Sunday, each

Thomas James, George Sargeant. with the nearest to him, once at least in

184 Dominica, William Fidler, Joshua Jordan. every quarter of the year.

155 Montserrat, Thomas Pearson, 3d, III. BECHUANA DISTRICT.-James

156 Nevis, John Horsford, George Blanchflower. Cameron, Chairman of the District.

157 St. Christopher's, Robert Hawkins, James

Aldis, Samuel Simons, Samuel Smyth. 131 Thaba- Unelu, (Baralongs, Lokualo, (Li

158 St. Eustatius and St. Bartholomero's, James goia,) James Cameron.

Horne. 132 Piaalberg, (Newlanders and Basutos,)

159 St. Martin's and Anguilla, Benjamin TreRichard Giddy.

gaskis; John Hodge, Supernumerary. 133 Virametsu, (Korannas,) Under the super

160 Tortola, William T. Waymouth, Thomas intendence of the Missionary at Plaatberg.

M. Chambers, Assistant Missionary. 134 Lishuani, (Basutos and Griquas,) Under the

N.B. John Parkes is returning home. care of the Chairman of the District 135 Umpukani. Barutos.) Gottlob Schreiner, II. ST. VINCENT'S AND DEMERARA Assistant Missionary.

DISTRICT.-William Bannister, Chairman 136 Imparani, Sexumelo, Moteng, (Mantatecs, ) of the District, and General Superintendent Jeremiah Hartley.

of the Missions in the St. Vincent's and De137 Colesberg, Purdon Smailes.

merara District. 138 Bakolokua, Johan Petrus Bertram, Assistant

161 St. Vincent's, Kingstown, William Bannister, Missionary.

William L. Binks, Samuel Brown, 3d, 139 Bakuakua, One earnestly requested.

Thomas Butcher. 140 Bara putsa Country, Native Teachers.

162 St. Vincent's, Biabor, William Hudson, N.B. On all the stations in the District the

William Cleaver, Richard Wrench. One Brethren shall change on the Sunday.

requested. each with the nearest to him, once at least

163 Grenada, Henry Hurd. in every quarter of the year.

164 Trinidad, Ilenry Padgham; W. F. Turtle,

Assistant Missionary.
WESTERN AFRICA.

165 Tobago, Francis Whitehead. I SIERRA LEONE.-Thomas Raston, General

166 Demerara, George Town, James Bickford, Superintendent of the Wesleyan Missions at

David Barley, James M.Bryon. Sierra-Leone.

167 Demerara, Arabian Coast, Joseph Biggs.

168 Demerara, Mahaica, William Limmex. 141 Free-Toon, &c., Thomas Raston, Thomas

169 Demerara, Victoria, William Heath. One Purslow; Charles Knight, Joseph Wright,

wanted. Native Missionaries.

170 Barbadocs, John Corlett, George Ranyell, 142 Hastings, Wellington, &c., Richard Hart.

James Banfield. One earnestly requested 143 York, G., John Lewis, 2d.

III. JAMAICA DISTRICT.-- Jonathan EdI. THE GAMBIA.--Henry Badger, General

mondson, Chairman of the District, and GeSuperintendent of the Gambia Missions.

neral Superintendent of the Missions and 144 SL. Mary's and Barra-Point, llenry Badger,

Schools in Jamaica. George Parsonson; John Gum, Native 171 Kingston, Jonathan Edmondson, General Assistant Missionary.

Superintendent; James Walton, William 145 Ngabantang, Vacant.

West, Robert A. Johnson, Samuel Bur146 M'Carthy's Island, George Meadows.

rell, William Tyson.

172 Monlego-Bay and Lucea, William Moss, UIT. TITE GOLD-COAST, ASHANTI, AND

William G. Stedman. OTHER PARTS OF GUINEA.-Thomas 173 Spanish-Town, John G. Manly, George B. Freeman, General Superintendent of the

Smith, 4th. Wesleyan Missions in Guinea.

174 Morant-Bay, Edward Fraser. 147 Cape-Coast Town, Commenda, Discove, &c., 175 Grateful-Hill and Stoney-Hill, George Thomas B. Freeman, William Allen, 30;

Savery.
John Hagan, Native Assistant Missionary. 176 Falmouth, David Kerr.

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