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Moneys recently received, up to May 16th, 1840. N.B. The usual List of Sums remitted by the Treasurers of Auxiliary Societies is unavoidably reserved for our next Number.

£ $. d.
The late Rev. William Threlfall, Missionary in South

Africa, in accordance with his own request, and by the
directions of his father ; by his brother, Henry Threl-

fall, Esq., of Hollowforth ...................................... 1000 0 0
A Lady, by the Rev. Dr. Bunting, on Annuity for Life. 250 0 0
Legacy of the late John Hunter, Esq., Brixton ;

Thomas Hunter and Michael Longstaffe, Esqrs.,
Executors ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ............ 200 0 0
Less duty ......... ........... 20 0 0

180 0 0
Richard W. S. Willsonne, Esq., Trotterscliffe, Kent,

towards the outfit and passage of a Missionary to the
West Indies .............

105 0 0
A few Friends, by James Edgeware

100 0 0 A. B., at Messrs. Smith, Payne, and Smiths ......

100 0 0 Friend to Missions, an acknowledgment of mercies

received, by the Rev. John Radford, Sherborne ......... 100 00 Thomas Farmer, Esq. (annual) ..........

1000
Ladies' Bazaar, Tadcaster, York District ..

101 9
Legacy of the late Mrs. Singleton ............ . 100 0
Interest on ditto

............ 3 12 0

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Miss Birch, Brereton, Stafford, for Dr. Clarke's Irish
Schools ..........

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A Friend, by the Rev. John Scott .........
John S. Elliott, Esq., towards the Liquidation of the
Debt ........................................................

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Mrs. Brackenbury, Raithby-hall, the first of three

Annual Payments towards the support of Mr. Hunt,

one of the Missionaries to the Feejees ............. ....... Bernard L, Ward, Esq., Standground, one sovereign for

each additional Missionary in the West Indies, sent

out according to the Report, from 1837 to 1839......... Ladies' Society for Promoting Education in China and

the East, by Mrs. Ellis, for the Jaffna Mission Female

Schools ......................................
A Friend, by the Rev. James Dixon ........................
Salathiel, by the Rev. A. Stead, towards the deficiency

of 1838 ..........
Thank-offering of a Friend, by the Rev. Elijah Hoole ...
Miss O'Malley, Castlebar.......
Sir Peter Laurie..............
Colonel Sir Augustus d'Este ..........
Edward N. Buxton, Esq. ........
James Emerson Tennent, Esq., M.P.
Rev. Henry Moore (annual) ..........
S. M. J. S..................................
James Wylde, Esq. ....................
The late Mr. J.V. Rogers, by the Rev. Edmund Grindrod
Captain Emmett ....................
A Friend, by Mr. John Wesley .........
A Mite, from a foreign Christian Brother
Septimús Scott, Esq., Tanjore ..............
W. Tooke, Esq., Russell-square ........
A Female Friend, for the Schools at Macarthy's Island,

by the Rev. Dr. Alder ........
Ditto, towards the Liquidation of the Debt ..................

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£ 8. d. John Manning, Esq...... Thomas Farmer, Esq., towards printing Hymns, &c.,

for the German Mission ... Messrs. Vanner and S. F. Scott, for ditto .......... .. 2 0 0 Rev. John Kershaw and Family James Wilde, Esq. (annual) ..

2 2 0 Mr. Sutcliffe, New Bond-street ....

2 2 0 Mr. Lewellin, Dalston .........

2 0 0 Collected in the Parish Church of Irvine, Scotland, by the Rev. J. Simon .........

2 15 2 Right Hon. Lord Viscount Gage (annual)

1 0 0 Mr. Lidgett, for Cape Mission

1 1 0 Mr. Francis Cranbrook, for Feejee

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100 Special Contributions for the proposed Mission to Ashantee, and

the extension of the Gold-Coast Mission,

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Amount already published ............
A Vow performed to the Lord ................. ............. 50 0 0
Francis Riggall, Esq., Louth .................
Friends, at Redruth and St. Columb ............

11 12 Bernard L. Ward, Esq., Standground ..........

100 Mrs. Heald, Parr's-Wood, by the Rev. Dr. Alder ......... 100 Dr. and Mrs. Wood, Manchester, by ditto ..................

10 0 A Friend, ditto, ditto ......................... The young Gentlemen of the Sheffield Wesleyan Proprie

tary School, by the Rev. John Maclean ... F. Sowerby, Esq., Aylesby, near Grimsby.........

...... 5 0 F. Gunning's Missionary-Box, by Mr. J. Wilson, Tulla

more, Ireland .............. ............................... Mr. T. Killick, Groombridge ................................. Friends, at Hill-Top ...........

5 0 0 A Friend, in acknowledgment of special family mercies,

.by the Rev. J. Brownell ......... T. C., Tottenham ................................ Misses S. J. and E. F. Robinson, Sandhurst ........ 3 0 0 Friends, at Malton, by the Rev. R. Tabraham .......... 2 10 6 Friends, at Pontefract, by Miss Moxon ................ 2 10 0 Friends, at Clitheroe, &c., by the Rev. James Haughton... A Thank-offering, from two Friends, for signal mercies lately received ................

2 0 Mr. M. Wilton, Sheffield ............

0 Mr. R. Reynolds, Farringdon ..........

2 0 0 Mr. William Wyles, King's-Cliff, near Stamford ........ 0 0 Friend, by the Rev. J. Vine, Spalding ............. Mr. and Mrs. Longbottom, ditto .........

1 10 0 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, ditto ..................

1 10 0 Dir. John Harris and Miss Parsons, Shrewsbury. Mr. Sutton Daubney, Brink-Hill, Alford

10 0 W. Tweedy, Esq., and daughters, for Scho Mr. R. Nutter and Friends, at Delph. Friend, Devises, by the Rev. T. Brothwood

....... Mrs. Mitchell, Teignmouth.....

2 6 A Friend to Missions ...

10 Sale of a gold chain ..........

1 1 0 Mr. Lidgett ............

1 1 0 Mrs. P. Parkinson, Sheffield 1 .......

1 1 0 Mr. John Gibson, Headley, Tade

1 0 0 Mrs. Gibson, ditto ....

1 0 0 Mr. Longstaff, Spalding ..

1 0 0 A. W., a Friend, by Mr. John Wesley ...........

1 0 0 Mrs. Oxden ..........

1 0 0 Mr. R. Meller, Taddington ...........

1 0 0 A Friend, in the Otley Circuit, by the Rev. J. C. Hindson 1 0 0

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A. Briscoe, Esq., Dublin ....
Joseph Berry, Esq., Moira, Ireland ....
George Chapman, Esq., ditto ....
Mr. Gribble, by the Rev. John Scott .............
Miss Wilkes, Evesham .......

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Mr. Freerson, Tamworth

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Mr. Budgett, Shrewsbury .......
Mr. Batchelor ............

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S. R. P., Salcomb; a Thank-offering for mercies received
Mr. T. and Miss E. Pearse, Sticklepath ......... .....
Collected by a Friend, ditto ........................ ..........

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*.* The cordial thanks of the Committee are offered for various acceptable Presents to the Society; namely, to a Friend to Christian Missions, for one dozen of Children's Gowns; Mr. J. Thompson, for twenty-seven Dresses, and 78. 6d., by two Individuals, for Ashantee ; G. Bearne, of Totness, for Calico, Prints, fc.; Mr. Thomas Gardiner, Plymouth, for Floating Lamps, fc.; Mrs. Culchiths, Ashford, for Trinkets, &c.; Mrs. Epps and Miss Whitehead, Musham, for Needlebooks and Workbags ; Miss Fanny B. Poile, of Rye, ditto, ditto; Martin, Athuston, for Pinafores, &c.; a Friend, for a Box marked J. Hyde, Aylesbury, containing sundry Articles, for Mr. and Mrs. Calvert; Mrs. Thomas Gurney, Camberwell, for making a quantity of Cravats ; Mr. J. Allen, Bamwell, for sundry Articles, for Feejee ; Mr. H. S. Walker, Stockton, for five hundred yards of Wrapping ; a Friend, for a large quantity of Colton Handkerchiefs, sent in a case marked W. M. O., by the Rev. s. Broadbent, for South Africa ; Mr. J. D. Brocklehurst, for a pair of Boots and Hooks, for the King of Ashantee; Miss H. Kittle, Southville, for Pincushions, &c., for Madras; Friends, of Alford, for various Articles : Mr. Thomas Millon, Manchester, for twelve Bed-Covers; a Friend at Manchester, for various Articles, for Schools in the West Indies ; Ladies of Guernsey, for sundry Articles, for Mission-Schools, to the care of the Rev. G. Ú. Pope ; a Friend to Missions, for various Articles, for Ceylon, and Mission-Schools, to the care of the Rev. J. Crowther ; Miss Carrick, of Kirkleatham, for ten volumes of Books, for West India Schools ; Miss Fowler, A.xminster ; to Young Ladies of Miss Bushnell's Seminary; Friends at Sidgeford, to the care of the Rev. j. Jackson, South Africa ; Mr. Barry Smitheson, of Norfolk ; W. 0. C., of Ireland, for Feejee ; Mesdames Ellis and Daubeney, Barton ; Friends at Edenham; Miss Richardson, Irnham ; Misses Drings and others, Bourne ; Children of Sunday. School at Corby; Mr. R. Eland, Woodford-house; Friends at Glasgow, to the care of the Rev. 7. B. Freeman, Gold Coast ; Mrs. Singer, care of the Rev. Jonathan Crowther, Madras.

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 Shrewsbury, 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.; Xull, 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, James Heald 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. Williain Wears; First South Wales, George Bag. nall, 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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