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£ s. do Ayr. ........... 29 5 2 Edinburgh .... 86 19 9 Glasgow ......168 10 8 Dunbar......... 8 5 0

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GUERNSEY DISTRICT. Jersey, English 89 12 9 Ladies' Bazaar 109 13 3

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WHITBY AND DAR. LINGTON DISTRICT.

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District.........313 6 5 Wolverhamp

ton............150 Leamington ... 48 3 9 Ludlow.... .... 27 0 0 Wellington ... 81 Kington ...... 41 2 7 Stourbridge ... 47 18 10 Kidderminster

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ency) ......... 14 15 6 Bewdley, ditto 11 18 8 Walsall, ditto 180 12 7 Madeley ....... 103 110 Stourport ...... 23 19 2 Evesham ...... 64 77

Whitby ....... 255 9 4 Pickering ......183 4 11 Stokesley ...... 174 12 9 Stockton ...... 290 13 7 Richmond and

Reeth ....... 97 16 4 Darlington ....157 0 0 Bishop Auck

land ........... 158 18 4

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£ $. d. City-road ......153 2 2 Southwark ... 89 16 1 Spitalfields ... 76 19 Brixton (sale

of Jewellery) 6 6 0 Harrow ......... 27 11 0 Pinner and Ea

cott ......... 11 Kentish-town 20 Hackney ...... 35 12 0 King's.cross .. 6 14 3 Chelsea .........124 2 4 Brighton ...... 29 13 8 Chelmsford ... 27 0 0 Stoke-Newing

ton............ 42 Bishop-Stort

ford ......... 21 3 0 Poplar ......... 41 19 9 Manningtree... 49 5 8 Bromley ...... 27 0 9 Bow ............ 10 4 1 Gainsford-st... 19 14 3 Leyton ......... 20 0 0 Sevenoaks...... 89 14 11 Queen-street... 19 18 2 Do., Ladies'... 23 90 Guildford ...... 6 0 0 Camden-town.. 2 5 4 Deptford ...... 8 4 11 Stratford ...... 11 12 3 Romford ...... 10 0 0 Hoxton......... 40 7 4 Silver-street ... 10 0 0 Hammersmith 29 7 6 Deverell-street 53 9 10 Croydon ....... 53 8 6 Hastings ...... 36 16 0 Ipswich ...... 40 7 5 Romford ....... 9 10 6 Vauxhall ...... 2 15 St. Alban's ... 238 Stanhope-st. ... 19 8 3 Greenwich .... 51 12 6 Wilderness-row 12 13 0 St. George's ... 89 14 Colchester ... 81 8 Barking ..... 14 9 Welch chapel.. 10 Islington ...... 29 19 8 Woolwich. .... 43 11 6 Windsor ...... 67 14 2 Southville...... 14 0 0

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SOUTH WALES DIS

TRICT. (ENGLISH AND WELCH.) Haverfordwest 159 2 1 Brecknock .... 89 12 1 Carmarthen .... 211 Ditto ............. 14 15 0 Aberystwith ... 7 District.... ....266 Brecon ......... 4 Llandillo ...... 9 0 0 Cardiff .......... 91 8 6 Merthyr Tydvill74 107 Brecon ......... 4 0 0

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OXFORD DISTRICT. Aylesbury .... 77 3 0 Watlington ... 35 18 6 Banbury ...... 79 3 4 Newbury ...... 57 2 4 Witney......... 51 6 0 Brackley ...... 45 11 0 Wantage ...... 40 10 0 Oxford ......... 41 Chipping-Nor :

ton............ 34 11 5 Reading ...... 58. 9 4 Hungerford ...162 19 9 Swindon ...... 31 0 0

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NORWICH AND LYNN
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£ 8. d. Mildenhall ... 18 4 6 Swaffham ...... 36 1 0 Framlingham 43 19 8 Ely .... ....... 28

28 18 11 Thetford ...... 65 12 10 New Bucken

ham ......... 30 Bungay......... 43 District ........ 75 10 0 Bury St. Ed.

monds ...... 44 Walsingham 1900 Holt ............ 1 10 0 Lynn ............ 69 11 7 Downend ...... 3900 Wisbeach ...... 30 18 8 District .........469 13 0 North Walsham 55 2 6

£ $. de Newark......... 129 13 5 District ...... 1067 15 0 Loughborough 96 12 2 Melton Mow

bray ......... 22 5 0 Leicester ...... 48 15 10 Oakham ...... 38 12 5 Nottingham ... 93 7 10 Ashby-de-la

Zouch ...... 12 14 3 Belper ........ 100

£. 8. d. Holmfirth ...... 66 14 5 Skipton......... 23 12 6 Halifax ......... 997 0 Bradford East 94 17 8 Huddersfield 207 14 5 Shipley ......... 40 4 10 Sundries ...... 64 15 10

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MACCLESFIELD DIST.

CARLISLE DISTRICT. Kendal ......... 57 0 0 Carlisle and

Appleby ... 97 13 11 Whitehaven and

Ulverston ... 110 7 6 Brampton ...... 28 17 6 Wigton ......... 17 5 0 Dumfries ...... 5 6 0

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District..... ... 257 13 1 Uttoxeter ...... 93 0 11 Tunstal......... 41 17 9 Stafford ......... 33 2 11 Longton ...... 91 13 2 Leek ............ 82 7 4 Burslem ......115 0 0

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KENT DISTRICT. Margate ..... 59 0 Dover .........222 8 Sandhurst ...... 63 13 Deal ............ 37 9 Gravesend...... 8 18 Tenterden ...... 76 1 District .........479 5

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CORNWALL DISTRICT.

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District ...... 1933 18 10 Falmouth ...... 5 0 0 On acct. 1840 66 1 2

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Melksham...... 81 5 Glastonbury ... 28 12 Shepton-Mal

lett............ 67 ) Dorchester ... 17 18 Bath ............ 68 4 Weymouth ... 82 5 Bradford ...... 38 2 Trowbridge ... 73 17 Devizes ......... 21 4 Frome ......... 63 16 Shaftesbury ... 85 0 Midsomer Nor

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HULL DISTRICT.

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Patrington ... 43 19 8 Hull ............ 57 12 9 Gainsborough 125 4 5 Bridlington ...237 9 5 Epworth ...... 29 14 4 Hornsea ...... 28 8 10 Beverley ...... 700 7 Snaith .........153 12 6 Brigg ......101 010 Driffield ...... 87 4 6 Howden ...... 239 100 Grimsby ...... 74 96 Barton .........193 6 2

SHEFFIELD DISTRICT.

LINCOLN DISTRICT. Spalding ......137 16 Louth .........187 19 0 Spilsby ......... 96 18 0 Alford ......... 77 0 0 Homcastle ...265 8 4 Sleaford ...... 120 4 4 Ditto, Navenly 51 16 0 Market. Raisin 265 9 9 Bourne ......... 29 10 4 Grantham...... 29 11 0 Lincoln......... 248 10 10

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*.* The Cordial Thanks of the Committee are offered for various acceptable Presents to the Society ; namely,to Mrs. Smithson, for forty-six vols. of Books ; Friends at Thurnham, for Bags ; Mary Anne and Eliza Moram, for Pinafores, &c., to the care of the Rev. J. Hunt; Mary Anne and Maria Esser, for Pincushions, &c., Miss Lewis, Alcester, for ditto, to the care of the Rev. E. Cargill ; Miss E. Lewis, ditto, for ditto, to the care of the Rev. J. Thomas ; Miss Pool, ditto, for ditto, to the care of the Rev. W. Rogers, St. Kitts ; Miss Anne Lewis, ditto, for ditto, to the care of the Rev. J. Thomas, Friendly Isles ; Miss Milstead, and Maria and Emma Bromley, Kent, for Frocks and Pincushions, &c.; Misses Baker and Skinner, for Pincushions, fc. ; Young Persons of Heckington, for ditto; Friends at Hintham, Newark, för ditto ; to the Committee of the Auxiliary Branch Society at Whitchurch, Hants, for Brass Goods, Books, and Sundry other Articles :

Also, for the use of the Schools on the River Gambia, under the care of the Rev. W. Fox :

To Messrs, Farnall and Cattell, Mrs. William Perks, and Miss For, Birmingham, for a large quantity of Cotion, Medals, Penknives, Rasors, Stationery, fc.; Mesdames Ward, Parks, Bayley, Brueton, Grove, Wilkinson, and Lloyd; also to Messrs. J. Ward, Silvester, Bibb, Brittall, Davies, and P. Williams, West Brom. wich, for a large quantity of Calico, Needles, Buttons, Stockings, Shirts, Nails, &c.; Messrs. Richard Harris, and Wilkinson, for a Chest of Carpenter's Tools ; Messrs. J. Evans, J. Harley, John and James Middleton, Mrs. Middleton, sen., and Mrs. Middleton, jun., Smethwick, for Slates, Copy-Books, Bonnets, fc.; Messrs. A. Hickman, J. Worton, and Misses Eastwood, Rider, Siddons, and Woodward, of Wednesbury, and Hill-top, for Saucepans, School-books, Boy's Watches, Necklaces, &c.; Several Friends at Walsall, for thirty Dresses ; Mrs. Swallow, Miss Philips, and Friends of Tonbridge, and of Sevenoaks, for a variety of useful Articles for M'Carthy's Island ; Mrs. Brackenbury, Raithby-hall, Spilsby, for a large quantity of Woollen Cloths, Prints, Calico, Bonnets, and thirty Gallons of Vinegar; Mesdames Cusworth, Blacket, Davis, Stocks, Cullingworth, Newton, and Pickering, of Leeds, for a variety of useful Articles ; Messrs. Cullingworth and Son, for School-books, fc. ; Mrs. Spencer, of Bessford, Willington, for Bonnets, &c., for School Children at M'Carthy's Island ; Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Mr. Gray, sen., Miss Payne and Pupils, Mr. P. George and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mother, Mrs. M. Herridge, Mr. and Mrs. Wildes, Miss Cord, Mrs. Silverthorne and Family, Ellen George, Mr. Candy and Family, J. Bell, Mrs. Light, C. Trimley, Mr. J. Cox, Dinah Riddle, T. Gray, E. Green, T. Coward, M. A. Blackwood, M. Alford, A. Gray, S. Rosé, J. Such, Messrs. Brockeray and Parrot, Harriet Candy, E. Parsons, J. Davis, and Mrs. Myles's Servant, for large quantities of Sewing Cotton, Calico, Prints, Shoes, Books, and other useful Articles.

NAMES OF THE TREASURERS OF THE DISTRICT AUXILIARY

MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. Aberdeen, Mr. John Smith; Bath, John Michael Shum, Esq. ; Bedford and Northampton, Mr. William Biggs and Mr. John Bliss ; Birmingham and Shrews.. bury, Mr. Francis Heeley; Bristol, James Wood, Esq. ; Carlisle, Mr. William Wilson and Mr. E. James ; Cornwall, Joseph Carne, Esq. ; Devonport, Thomas Gardner, Esq., and Mr. William Vosper; Edinburgh, "Mr. John Thompson ; Exeter, Mr. J. C. Sercombe; Guernsey, James Macculloch and John Rougier, Esqrs. ; Halifax and Bradford, Thomas Swale and Watson Cryer, Esqrs.; Hull, James Henwood, Esq. ; Isle of Man, Mr. John Wilson ; Kent, Mr. John Fisher Leeds, John Burton, Esq. ; Lincoln, Thomas Bainbridge and Henry Holland, Esqrs.; Liverpool, Thomas Sands, Esq.; London, John Josiah Buttress, Esq. ; Macclesfield, Thomas Allen, Esq.; Manchester and Bolton, John Marsden and Peter Rothwell, Esqrs.; Norwich and Lynn, Mr. Thomas Broadbent and Mr. Jeremiah Cozens ; Nottingham and Derby, Mr. John Shelton and Mr. William Turner; Newcastle-upon Tyne, Christopher Wawn, Esq. ; Oxford, John Pike, Esq. ; Portsmouth, Mr. John Cowdrey and Mr. Joseph Keet; Sheffield, Thomas B. Holy, Esq. ; Shetland, Rev. William Wears; First South Wales, George Bagnall, Esq.; North Wales, R. M. Preece, Esq.; Whitby and Darlington, Robert Campion and T. Walker, Esqrs. ; York, Mr. Joseph Agar.

LONDON :-Printed by James Nichols, 46, Hoxton-Square.

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