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dom of Imerina. Persons are daily coming forward to be instructed in the Christian faitha marked and gratifying improvement has shown itself among the native youths who have been instructed under the wing of the mission, some of whom address their fellow-countrymen on religious topics “ with fluency, copiousness, and earnestness,”—the places of worship are filled with apparently sincere, attentive, and devout worshippers of the true God-a powerful impression appears to be made on them by the preaching of the gospel, the interesting topics of which give rise, from time to time, to improving conversations among the people-while a goodly number exhibit such evidence of intelligent and decided piety as affords, in the opinion of the brethren, scriptural reasud to believe that the grace of God has been shed abroad in their hearts by the Holy Ghost.

Thus, in the midst of a population said to comprise not less than FOUR MILLIONS of souls, has the gospel of Christ been planted, and the preaching thereof attended with power. Large congregations of hearers assemble statedly to hear it-Christian churches have been formed, and a considerable number of the natives are seen walking in the fear of God, and in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ-the government of the country, meanwhile, permitting the missionaries to pursue their various important labours without interruption, and countenancing and even aiding them therein--the blessing of God evidently resting on their work, and they themselves greatly animated and encouraged by the circumstances of the happy change which has taken place, and the cheering prospect that is spread out before them. Let all the members of the Society, then, devoutly and thankfully acknowledge these manifestations of divine goodness let them pray-let all who are looking for the coming of the spiritual kingdom of Jesus Christ pray—that a prospect so bright may not be ob cured—that a light so cheering, amid darkness so profound, may not be extinguished; but spread from village to village, and from province to province, till every mountain and vale throughout this large and interesting island shall resound with the songs of Zion, and the name and praise of the Redeemer be wasted, with every breeze, along all its coasts. Amen.

Austin Friars, 17th April, 1832.

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MR. G. BENNET'S VISIT TO SUFFOLK. During the past month George Bennet,

not Esq., has attended the several missionary anniversary meetings held successively at Beccles, Bungay, Ipswich, Woodbridge, and Stowmarket, on the 6th, 8th, 9th, 10ih, and 11th of the same; and, in a letter to the Home-Secretary, expresses the great satisfaction he had enjoyed on those several occasions. Mr. Bennet states that, with only one exception, the meetings were numer. ously attended, while, in all of them, was observed a spirit of serious attention, and of Christian zeal and affection, equally gratify: ing and encouraging.

Mr. Bennet adds, that beside the public meetings already mentioned, several oppor. tunities were afforded him, at the private dwelling-houses of Christian friends, of addressing numerous parties of young persons, among whom were many who act as treasurers, secretaries, collectors, &c., to different missionary associations, or who, otherwise, are engaged in labours of Christian benevolence.

Mr. Bennet expresses his deep sense of the kind personal attentions he every where received, both from ministers and other friends of Christian missions, belonging to various denominations; and notices his own increased gratification derived from the consci.

EAST LANCASHIRE MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

The Anniversary of this Society will be held at Manchester, on May 27th, and the two following days; when the Rev. Drs. Fletcher and Ross, and Messrs. Ely and J. Thorp, are expected to preach. Mr. Jones, from Madagascar, will also attend on the occasion, and furnish some interesting details of missionary labour and success.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. The twentieth Anniversary of the Cambridgeshire Auxiliary Missionary Society, vill be held on Thursday, the 31st inst. at T. J. Davis's meeting-house, Royston, when two sermons will be preached ; that in the morning by the Rev. James Bennett, D.D., of London, and that in the evening by the Rev. John Rowlands, of Baldock.

The meeting for business will be held im. mediately after the morning service.

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 £5, and upwards, received

from 1st to 31st March, 1832, inclusive.]

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** A Friend, by the Treasurer.......(DON).... 105 0 0 , Clapton Ladies' Auxiliary Society-
* Thomas Wontoer, Esq...........(DO

Rev. J. Mather-
Joseph Wontner, Esq............(DON).... 10 10 0 Subscriptions ................ 34 8 8
u G. B. Hart, Esq.................(DON).... 10 10 0 Collections after Sermons..... 12 3 1
J. G. Piffard, Esq..........

.....(DON).... 5 0 0 Missionary Boxes............ 1 4 9
B R . I......................
.....(DON).... 20 00

47 16 6 George Downing, Esq. .... ....(non).... 10 10 0 Clerkenwell Auxiliary SocietyH. R. F., per Editor of Evangelical Magazine 110 Mr. S. Fuller, Treasurer P. W. H., per Ditto...................... 12 6

Subscriptions ................ 23 12 5

Male Branch ............... 4 6 10 Adelphi Auxiliary Society-Miss Kennerley,

Female Ditto................. 9 12 5 Treasurer .............................. 10 12 9

Collection........ Artillery Street Evangelical Society

Missionary Boxes of *** Rev. G. Moase--Sunday School, &c...... 2 5 0

Miss F......

................. 0 19 6 Bermondsey-Ebenezer Chapel

Mr. Taylor .................. 0 10 10
Rev. J. Bodington-
Subscriptions and Collection.. 11 16 6

47 6 0
Miss Pritchett's School....... 010 0

Less Expenses,... 1 16 0
Mrs.Pritchetl's Missionary Box 0 5 6

- 45 10 0 - 12 12 0 Craven Chapel-Rev. J. Leifchild Bethnal Green Female Auxiliary

Collected by Mrs. Robertson, Treasurer

Mrs. Arthur.......

......... 1 1 6 Subscriptions ................

Miss Bidgood.....

8 13 7
8 3 8
Collected by

Miss Brooke......

2 12 11
Miss Black mar .......
. 1 13 5
Miss Burn.

3 12 10
Miss R. King.......

Miss J. Burn...... 111 10

3 8 1 Miss Combs ..

Miss Chivers.......

6 12 5
........ 1 2 8
Miss Nicholl................

Mrs. Cutting......

12 99
2 4 1
Miss Nock .......

6 15 6
Mrs. Robertson.............. 2 12 8

Miss Petlitt......

IL 0
MISS Spencer ................ 110 0
Missionary Boxes..........

Miss Pollard.......

2 15 4 Collection after an Address by

Miss Schneider ..........

0 16 9
hev. W. Eilis..........

Miss Sneezum .............
1 13 1
...

2 5 10
Miss Summers .........

1 17 6
2190
Miss H. Summers..

1 3 4

Mrs. Swaine..........
Less Expenses.... 0110

2 19 1
-
20 18 0
Mrs. Sweetland....

4 17 2
Miss J. Sweetland..

8 3 8 Broad Street (New) Female Aux. Society

Miss Underwood.

2 12 9 Mrs. Snelgar, Treasurer

Mrs. Webb.....

4 14 10
Collected by

Miss W ....................... 0 6
Miss Wilkinson.............. 10 2 0
Miss M. A. Wilkinson........ 10 7 5

93 8 4
9 18 11

Less Expenses .... 3 5 0
Mr. Sabine, Jup...
6 0 0

- 90 3 4 Miss Drury ...............

2 16 10

Crown Court Auxiliary Society-
1 4 4
Male Branch .........

17 11 6
1 6 0

Female Ditto..... ..... 14 6 6 . 1 17 2

Juvenile Ditto................ 16 4 9 ... 17 4

--- 48 2 9 - 45 00 | Fetter Lane Meeting-Rev. Messrs. Burder Camberwell Anx. Society-Rev. J. Burnet

and Morris-Male Branch..... 40 10 6
Subscriptions ................ 95 13 8

Collected by
Mr. T. F. Bristowe's Young

Mr. P. Affleford .........

100 People, towards the Sup

Mr. England......

• 5 1 0 port of Native Schools in

Mr. Murphy.............

2 14 6
India .....
.... 0 10 6

Sunday School Boys.i.... ... 1 0 0
Misses Fletcher's Young Ladies 1 9 2

50 60 - Repository... 6 0 0

Female Branch-
- -- Servants..... 0

Collected by
Missionary Boxes of

Miss Bailey........

...... 2 0
Misses Edwards..............

08 2
Mrs. Barnard......

0 12 0
08 3
Miss Crossley.

2 12 4
Sunday School Girls,.....

096
Mrs. Hawkins...

08 3
Mrs. Lewis..........

5 2 0
105 11 3
Miss Mitchel...

1 7 8
Less Expenses,... 1 10 4

Miss Muston................. 7 15 4

104 0 11 Miss A. Muston,............. 5 8 10

Miss Snelgar ........

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Miss Westley......
Miss West ..........
Mr. Lack..
Miss Nutter ......

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Mrs. Muston...............

199

| Hoxton Female Auxiliary SocietyMr. Morris.................. 2 0 0

Miss Fisher, Treasurer-
Miss Scott...............

0 16 0
Subscriptions...............

12 9 Miss Trebble...............

1 15 6

Sabbath School Girls,........ 4 4 7 Mrs. Walton........

3 7 0

Collection after Sermon by Mrs. Whitehead.

2 9

Rev. J. Scott.............. 12 2 8 Miss Wilkins... 14

- 8200 Gleanings by Mrs. Moston.... 011 2

Jamaica Row Aux. Society-Rev. G. RoseDonations ................... 11 2

Male Brauch-Subscriptions.. 900 40 00 Collection at the Ann, Meeting 8 8 11

Sunday School Boys.......... 1 2 2 90 60

18 11 1

Less Expenses .... 1 3 8 Guildford Street Welsh Chapel

- 17 7 5 Mr. Thomas, Treasurer.................. 10 0 0

Female Branch-Subscriptions 29 19 9
Hackney Auxiliary Society
Gravel Pit Meeting-Rev. Dr. Smith..... 8 15

Sunday School Girls.......... 160

0 St. Thomas' Square-Rev. Dr. Burder

315 9 Subscriptions................)39 15 9

Less Expenses.... 0 5 6
Collected by

31 O 3 Mrs. Ball...............

4 10 10 Miss Bourne..... 2 13 6

43 7 8 Miss Dennis............... 1 15 9 Miss Evans........

2 0 6

Kingsland Anxiliary SecietyMigs Ferguson...........

4 1 3

Rev. J. Campbell Mi38 1. S. Gray.

1 7 8

Male Branch.................. 10 14 5 Miss Field...

1 10 9

Female do.....(Balance)....... 19 18 9 Master Ori.............. 17 1

30 13 2 Mrs. Pretlove.....

311 8

Maberly Chapel-Rev. R. Philip Mrs. Polley ................ 2 10 2

Subscriptions Miss Smart........ 3 4 1

......... 14 16 7

Mile End Road Chapel-Rev. R. Saunders
Mrs. Speller ................. 9 0 1

Subscriptions................. 23 1 0
Sunday School.........

............... 3 2 6 Homerton-Ram's Chapel

26 3 Per Mr.J. Jackton..

.. 4 801

New Court (Carey Street) Auxiliary 230 12 1 Society - Rev. Dr. WinterMale Branch......

... 38 5%

Female Branch Hare Court Auxiliary Society

Subscriptions................ 35 2 10 Rev. W. S. Palmer

Miss White, for Widows' fund 011 6 Subscriptions ......................... 199 7

- 35 14 4 Holywell Mount Auxiliary Society

Collection at the Anniversary............. • 6 10 10 Rev. E. ManneringMale Branch-Subscriptions.. 7 1 6

80 10 4 Collection.................... 6 16 0

2 18 13 17

Less Expenses.... 7

6 Female Branch Subscriptions 5 18 6

77 II 9 Collecter by Miss Fairweather ..........

1 18 2

North London and Islington Aux. Society Mrs. M.Donald.............. 0 19 10

Holloway Chapel-Rev. W. SpencerMrs. Warner .................

1 91

Collected by Migs Westcott............... 1 2 11

Miss Francis .....

................ 5 12 Missionary Boxes of

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Miss Hawkes....... Mrs. Collins... ... 2 4 8

3 1 3 Miss H. Newsom...

4 7 2 Miss Mandeno .....

0
.. 0 16
Mrs. W. Newsom....

15 811
Pay................
.. 0 17 4

Hannah Rands.......
- 15 6 6

1 19 8 Mr. W. Biggs ...... ... 1 5 5

Mr. M'Neil's Miss, Box....... 29 4 01

1 15 0

Sunday School............... 8
Less Expenses.... 4 0

7 0
Collection at Annual Meeting.. 9 15 0
28 0 0

52 16

Less Expenses.... 1 17 0
Horsely down-Parish Street Juvenile
Sóciety-Rev. J. Cooper

Lower Street Meeting-Rev. J. Yockney-
Subscriptions................ 7 12 0

Subscriptions................ 32 14 0
Collected by

R. Cuniitfe, Esq....(Don.).... 25 0 0
H. Foulds........ .......... 0 14 10

Collected by W. Foulds................... 0 12 2

Miss Tebbitt ......

0 120 Young Ladies at Mrs. Grier's.. 29 0

Maria Austin

1 18 6 Mr. G. Hansford............. 1 12 0

Master Carlisle ......... Miss Hodgson................ 1 11 0

Mrs. H. Cunliffe... Miss Keep......

3 13 0

Mr. Drury................. Miss Peacock...............

1 130

Mrs. Lynch.......

................. 3 11 0 Miss Smith.................. 1 7 0

Miss Pattison........

5 0 Sunday School......... .. 6 12 8

Miss M. E. Rippon.......... Britishi Day School.

1 18 11

Miss Walford................ 2 1 2
Collections, &c....

13 5 3
Small Suins....

1 19 4
44 8 10 Mr. Barker's Young Gents.... 1 2 6
Less Expenses.... 1 8 10

Missionary Boxes of

Mrs. W. Hislop .............. 4 5 43001 Mrs, R. Cunlitte.............. 1 0 %

88 129

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Poultry Chapel Aux. Society
Rev. J. Hasloch-

Rev. J. Clayton, Jun. A.M.-
Subscriptions.... ........... 14 18 2

Subscriptions ................ 90 17 7
Missionary Boxes of

Sunday School...

.. 7 19 6 Mary Hopcroft ... ... 1 100 Collections.........

42 18 0 Miss Ridley ......

.... 0 7 0 Collection.................... 11 4 6

141 15 1

Less Expenses. ... 2 1 0 27 19 8

139 14 1 Less Expenses.... 1 16 0

Robert Street Chapel (Grosvenor Sq.)

26 3 2 1 Ladies' Association--Rev. W. B. LeacıTonbridge Chapel-Rev. B. Rayson

Balance...................... 17 0 0 Subscriptions ................ 38 9 2

Collected by Mrs. Lammin, for the Educa

Miss Biggs...................

1 10
10

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Mrs. Edwards................. O India, named Maria Eve

Misses M. J. and F. Giblett... 4 8 4 lina lammin.....(a)..... 3 0 0

Miss M. Harrison...........

5 10 6 Collected by

Miss Hall ...................

16 8 Mr. Cromford....

1 7 0
Master Jopling.....

2 3 3 Miss Fry ........

1 3 0
Mrs. Leach........

2 7 8 Miss Hughes....

2 17 0
Mrs. Ludlam.......

2 0 0 Miss Lord..

6 0 0
Miss C. Preston.....

2 10 2 Mrs. Reynolds .........

16 6
Mrs. Shrimpton ....

1 17 0
Missionary Boxes of

Miss Silverlock....

4 3 2 Miss Bell.........

0 14 8
Mrs. Sparrow...

1 13 7 Mr. Dalgleish.............. 1 12 0

Mr. Sparrow's Missionary Box - 56 9 41 Miss Stansfeld........

0 17 4 Union Chapel - Rev. T. Lewis

Miss Wyld ..

.. 1 2 0 Subscriptions.............

59 39

Sunday School...... J. Procier, Esq....(Don.).... 20 00

Early Prayer Meetings, by
Mr. H. Spicer: ....DON.).... 5 0 0

Messrs. Harrison and Wil-
Collected by

kinson.....................

3 0 6 Miss Bronton................

2 3 7 Catechumens in the Vestry.... 5 10 0

58 5 0 Miss Eddis.................. 1 12 4

Less Expenses........ 1 1 7
Viss Harris' Young Ladies.... 5 12 1
Miss Hebert.....

1 5 0

Rose Lane Chapel-Rev. T. WilliamsMiss Langham ......

5 16 9

Subscriptions ................ 16 15 0 Miss Leachman....

4 0 0

Collected by
Miss Steel

3 00
Miss Burley...

I 19 4
Misses Street ....

16 1
Mrs. Charles,....

2 0 4 Miss Williams .....

3 5 0
Mr. Payten.........

3 19 8 Missionary Boxes ......

0 8 8
Miss Reed......

0 13 6
Miss Tindale......

14 0
118 3 3
Female School.....

2 2 1
Less Expenses.... 10

Sunday School .....

16 0 ------- 117 2 3 Miss Whitehead

.............. 0 18 0

30 18 0 338 11 5 Silver Street Auxiliary SocietyOrange Street Chapel Auxiliary Society

Rev. Dr. BennettRev. J. P. Dobson

Collection .................. 23 6 1 Male Branch............ .. 25 5 0

Penny.a-Week Society ....... 34 18 7 Female................. 14 18 1

58 48 Juvenile ..................... 21 0 0

Spa Fields Chapel Aux. Society-Collection after Sermon, by

H. Lepine, Esq. Treasurer-Rev. J. P. Dobson......... 21 2 8

Male BranchCollection at the Ann. Meeting 18 8 6

Subscriptions.......

.. 43 19 0 Collections .........

25 00
103 14 3

Missionary Boxes of
Less Expenses.... 7 6 9

Sunday School Boys .......... 0 13 9
96 7 6

Girls.......... 1 0 9 Paddington Aux. Society-Rev. J. Stratten

- 70 13 6 Male Branch

Female Branch -- Subscriptions.......... 35 4 5 Annual Subscribers........... 18 7 6 Weekly and Monthly ditto.... 10 2 11

105 17 11 Sunday School Boys......... 2 14 9

Lesy Expenses,... 4 3 9 -- - 315 2 Female Branch

101 14 2 Anugal Subscribers...... 3 3 0 Weekly and Monthly ditto.... 3 6 2

| Stepney Aux. Society-Rev. Dr. Fletcher--Sunday School Girls.......... 1 10 0

Subscriptious................ 16 14 0
7 19 2

Collected by
Mr. Gardiner ......

.. 1 13 6
39 4 4 Mr. Manby.....

0 16 6 Pecklam Aux. Society--Rev. Dr. Collyer

Mr. Cox.........

0 18 0 Subscriptions...... ...... 56 11 0 Mr. Lite..

2 13 10 Missionary Boxes of

Mr. Dewar....

2 0 0 Mrs. A. Hardcastle...... ... 1 12 6

Sunday School...

8 13 6 Misses Oldfield ...........

2 1 9 Family Missionary Box....... 4 0 0

Female Branch
Misses Holder...
... 0 10 0

Mrs. Fletcher, Treasurer-
Subscriptions........

......... 9 9 0
61 15 3

Collected by
Less Expenses .... 1110

Miss Adams..........

--- 63 4 3 Miss D, Bell................. 2 14 5 VOL. X.

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Miss Bradoock.............. 1 3 0

Tottenham Court Chapel Auxiliary Society Miss Clarke ......

0 14 6

Female Branch-Miss Goodrick, SecretaryMrs. Davies......

0 10 6

Collected by Miss Davies ......

4 18 11

Mrs. Abraham ........... 5 0 0
Mrs. Dowler .....

1 15 0
Miss Cree...

3110 Miss Duke.....

0 19 10

Mrs. Robert Collins..... 4 12 7
Miss Edmeston.......

9 14 6
Mrs. Fletcher...........

7 0 0 Mrs. J. Fisher....

3 00
Miss Goodrick.......

28 12 6 Miss Fraser.......

3 2 6
Mrs. Hughes.........

1 10 0 Miss Fuller.

3 3 6
Mrs. Lockyer......

2 14 0 Miss Glynes...

9 15 1
Miss Malpass .......

2 16 6 Mrs. Hawes.

4 7'10
Mrs. Nodes,

0 17 6 Mrs. Haws..

1 3
Mrs. Preece.......

2 18 0 Miss Holden ......

10 5 0

Mrs. Rouse.................. 1 1 6 Miss Hardie.....

3 15 10

Jnvenile Society ............. 9 12 4 Mrs, Hunter......

1 1 3

Missionary Box by Mrs. Bulfitt 0 13 6
Miss Inglis......

3 3 6
Forfeits

@ 10 4 Miss Norris......

4 17 6
Collection ...............

8 5 0 Miss Price........

2 16 0 Mrs. Row.................. 3 15 6

79 14 0 Miss Rylands....... 2 99

Less Expenses.... 750 Mrs, Tong ........... 0 12 6

72 99 Miss Townsend.......

0 15 0

Union Street Meeting-Rev. J. Arundel Miss Youngman..

5 0 0

Male Branch................

......... 35 14 4 104 14 6

Female Ditto................105 15 3

Collection at Annual Meeting.. 20 5 6 138 3 10

161 15 1 S ockwell Aux. Society - Rev. T. Jackson

Less Expenses.... i 18 4 Subscriptions................ 54 12

159 16 9 3 R. Jackson, Esq...(Don.).... 20 0 0

| Trevor Chapel (Broinpton) Collections.................. 27 9 9

Rev. Dr. Morison

Subscriptions ................ 40 15 6
102 2 0

Missionary Cards............. 23 5 2
Less Expenses.... 2 2 0

Collection at Public Meeting.. 18 7 5
100 00

82 8 1 Stoke Newington-Rev. J. Jefferson

Less Expenses.... 3 6 0 Subscriptions ....

79 2 1 Collected by

Walthamstow Aux. Society Miss Coal................... 2 2 9

Rev. G. Collison........................

61 86 Mrs. Gentle.................. 1 4

Walwortli-York Street ChapelMiss S. Harris.... ............... 1 16 1 3

Rev. G. ClaytonMr. C. Holmes....

0 16 0

Sunday School Girls--per Miss Brewin... 0 16 4 M. A. Molt.

1 5 6

Weigh House Society in aid of Missions-
Mr. Hunter...

0 11 6
Rev. T. Binney.........................

50 00 Miss Ross................. i 38

Well Street Chapel-Rev. R. Redpath
Missionary Boxes of

Female Association.......

......... 25 0 0 Miss A. L. Scott ............ 1 2 3

Whire Row Meeting-Rev. H. TownleyMiss Hunt....

109

Male Branch-Subscriptions.. 31 7 10 Mrs. Fay.........

1 0 6

Collections after Sernions..... Il 4 2 Misses Jefferson.

0 16 11

Mr. G. While's Missionary Box 1 80 Mr. W. Harris....

0 15 10 Miss Clarke.

011 7 Small Sums..................

Female Branch--Sabscriptions.. 24 13 10

1 2 2 Sunday School .............. 9 6

Miss Roberdeao, for Native Collections after Sermons.....

Schools in India.......... 100 8 17 7

Mrs. Wilkinson, ditto........ 100 46 17 9

Missionary Boxes

Jn the School.............
Less Expenses....

090
0 3 3
Miss Lowe....

0 14 1
46 14 6
Mrs. Keenes....

1 0 0

Mrs. Colam....... Surrey Chapel-Rev. R. Hill, A.M.

Mrs. Carpenter..........

Carpenter.............. 0 7 10
Female Auxiliary Society-

Miss Nicholas..........
Collected by

Miss Leah..........

0 1 0 Miss Carter...... ..... 22 17 Mrs. Alcock.

0 7 6 Mrs. Davies....... ... 7 12 4 Mrs. Riddle.....

0 12 0 Miss Diment...

4 19 2
Miss Devonshire...

07 2 Miss Field ...

116
Mrs. Le Richien ......

0 10 6 Mrs. Green......

4 14 0
Mrs. Edwards.............

0 7 6 Miss Hadland....

11 9 4
Mies Miller...............

ill 6
Miss Killick
... 4 7 5

Sundry Subscriptions......... 17 1 6 Miss Peterson ................ 2 17 4

35 2 8

60 8 8 Tabernacle Auxiliary Society

79 28 Rev. J. Campbell Male Branch .................183 6 9

Wycliffe Chapel-Rev. A. ReedFemale Ditto..... ......... 92 17 5

Subscriptions ................ 16 12 8 Collection ................... 17 1 6

Collected by Missionary Box............ 3 12 0

Misses Fry and Ashcroft...... 10 30

Mrs. B. French.............. 2 15 0
296 17 8

Mrs. Duncan ................ 1 8 1
Less Expenses.... 6 17 8

Miss Wishart...............
290 0 21

Mr. Hemet........ ...... 0 16 0

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