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Islington Chapel, (Sac. Col.)
A. Mirrielees, Esq., St.

Petersburgh. . . . .
Leek, per Mr. J. Alsop .
Blairgowie, Congregational
Chapel, Rev. J. Tait..

TruroMr. W. Baynard. 2 0 0 Mr. R. Michell, 2 0 0 Mr. J. Paddon . 2 0 0 Mr. R. Barrett . 0 10 0 A Friend . . . 0 10 0 Other Sums. . 1 1 6Latimer Chapel, collection. Barnsley, per Rev. B. Bed

don . . . . . . . . Liverpool, Toxteth Chapel. Finchley (Sac. Col.) ... Margate, Zion Chapel .. New Court (Sacramental Col. lection) .

. Exeter, Grosvenor Chapel. Wick, per Rev. J. Sime. .. H. Harvey, Esq. .... Chelmsford, per Mrs. Bow

man . . . . . . . Mundesley, Mrs.W.Fletcher

for Rev. J. Read . . . Turvey, Rev. R. Cecil and

Friends . . . . Walmersley, near Bury . . Red Hill, per Rev. J.

Adams . . . . . . . City-road Chapel . . . . Woodbridge, per Rev. J.

Ross , . . . . .

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£ s. d. Kenilworth, per Rev. J.

Button . . . . . . 1 12 0 Corfe Castle Collected ... 1 16 Rov. G. Hubbard 0 10 0- 1116 Ross, per Rev. W.F. Buck. 111 0 Mr. Everard and Mr. Smart,

Nuneaton . . . . . 1 100 Long Buckby,young Friends,

by Rev.J. Apperly . . 1 6 8 Adderbury, Rev. J. Crickett

and Friends . . . . . 1 5 0 New Lanark Juvenile Aux

iliary . . . . . . . 1 4 0 H. R. , . . . . . 1 1 0 Coverdale Chapel, E Tin

dale, Esq. . . . . . 1 0 0 Claremont Chapel, per Mrs.

Hughes . . . . . . 1 0 0 A Friend, Point in View . 1 0 0 A Friend, Southport . .. 1 0 0 A Friend . . . . . . . 1 0 0 Friends at Melbourn, per

W. H. Nash, Fsq.. .. 0 12 0 A Friend near Maidenhead 0 10 0 J.S. N. . . . . . . . 0 10 6 Mrs. Pinchback, Manping.

tree . . . . . . . . 0 0 10 0 Barnsbury Chapel Sunday

school . . . . . . 0 5 0 Miss E. Partridge, Stroud. 0 5 0

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MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS
Proin Ilth November, to 10th December, 1851, inclusive.

and

2. s. d.

1. g. d. Ls, d. 1 Theberry, doce

1. s. the
T. R, Allan, Esq..
Misses Goody and

Mise E. Galliard .. 011 1 poor Boy in the for the Widows

Cooke ....

17 61

Missionary Boxes. Blue Cont School,

Orphans'

Misses S. Wells and
Westminster .... 10
Fund ............ 5

S. Stanes .....

Master Booker ..... O 8 6

Miss Ferrig ......... 0 6 7 W. R., per the Re

Misses E. and Anne
Mayhew ........

011 2 Mies Freeman...... O 6 3 cord............. 5 0 01

Misses Grove, Young
Mieses M. and A.

Hanover Chapel. . E. Ditto ........ 100

Mayhew ......... 1 910 Ladies at ......... 116 6 Wr. White, Clap.

* Juvenile Association. Misses Harknegg... 0 5 10 Miss Hardy ...
O Collected by

Misses Merril...... i 61 Master Ilardy..
MosMatthew. Wal-
Misses M. J. Foot-
Migses Tessier and

Miss Hawes. ".***....... 100' Der and II. Court Ild 3 Beasley .......... 9 JO O Miss Shore, The late o 6 1

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Forfar.

950

51.73.2d.

Hall.....

1. 8. d.

1. s. d.

1. s. d. WORCESTRASRTRR.

Missionary Boxes. Mr. Hutton ........ 050 A Young Lady, by
Wichbold.

Elizabeth Meredith 0 3 0 Mrs. Hutcheson.... 06 Miss Dickson, for
Sabbath-schoolChil-
Jane Griffiths ...... 0 6 3 Collected by Mrs.

the Bahurutsi dren.............. 0 5 1|Miss Jane Morris .. 0 3 4 Stewart

Mission .......... 1 0 A Friend ..... ... 0 18 10 Eli Havard ........

Mr. William Keeller 0 5 0 Fanny Perks ...... 0 I 9 Collections at the

Mr. James Low .... 05 0 Kintore, Mr. and Exs, Bd. ; 11. Ss. - Missionary Prayer

Collected by Miss

Mrs. Rough, in
YORKSRIRE.
1 Meetings. ........ 0 6 2 Cathro-

compliance with West Riding Auxiliary, A Friend .....

O Miss Cathro....

the dying wishes per J. Crossley. Esq. D. Griffiths and

Mrs. Craford ...

of their three Wakefield, Zion Cha

Family .......... 100
100 J. Cathro .....

children, Agnes, pel, proceeds of

Public Meeting ....
3 6 Geo, Paterson ..

George. and Mary,
Missionary Bas-

61. 43. 9d.
David Walker......

per Rev. Mr. ket .............. 13 10 01

81. 178. 3d.

Simpson.......... 2 Halifax, Harrison

RADNORSXTRE. road Chapel Sun

Brongwyn Hermon.

Lindsay-street Chapel.
Rev. D. Cooke.

4. Melrose, Congrega-
day-school for the
Public Meeting .... 0 16 0
Collection ..........

tional Church .... 3 11 ! Repairs of the John Williams..........

Llanelly.
7
61

Montrose.
Cleckheaton, Sub-

Park-street Chapel.

Rey. W. Lowe.

Collection Congrescriptions and DoCollection,less 12s.6d.

4 Collection .......... 2 I

gational 3

Chapel, 9 41 Expenses ........ 5 nations .......... 37

kev. H. Hercus .. 481 From Miss Fleu

Letham.

Collected by reau's Investment,

SCOTLAND.

Rev. J. Masson.

Miss Merg. Fairly.. 14 6 for Native Teach

Collection ..........
Aberdeen.

Miss Anne Valener, James Scott .. 10 0 0 Meston's Hall Sab

tine .............. 1 0 ev. James Scott, of bath-school ......

Misses Mary John3 100

Arbroath.

3 Earlsheaton, for

Rev. J. Gillies.

ston and Helen merly Minister at

Dalkeith.
Collection .......... 3 O 8

Japp ............. 3 III Cleckheaton..(D.)100 00 East United Pres

Missionary Box .... 2 0 6

Misses Carnegie, West Riding Annibyterian Church.. 10 O A Young G

Bridge-street (D) 0 10 0 versary, held at Mr. Mitchell's Male

First-fruits,

Mrs. Hercus' MisWakefield in June.

sionary Box ...... 1 6 Collections after

Class ............. 010 01 A _Friend, per Rev.
102. 10.

J. Gillies ......... 0 5 0
Sermons by Rev.

19 19 2 Dundee. J. Kennedy. W. E. Baxter, Esq.(A.) 100

Blairgourie.

Less Expenses.. 08 0 Guest, H.J. GamG. Armistead, Esq.

Rev. J. Tait. ble, and J. G.

(A.).............. 10 0 0 For the Sufferers by Miall, also at the

Ditto.......... (D.) 20 0 0 the Kaffir War. 84
Public Meeting &
W. E. Baxter, Esq. .

St. Andrew's.
Public Breakfast,

85 12

Public Meeting, Town

4 (A.) .............. 500 less exs, 31. ns. 64. 99 11 8

Less Expenses.. 39

........

0

9 13 Halifar, Masters

St. Andrew's Auxiliary Edward, Walter, Auxiliary Society, per Mr.

82 3

. Society. and Henry CrossG. Rough, Secretary.

Mr. Johnston ...... 500 ley, Beech-hill... 2 0 0 Ward Chapel, Sab

Edinburgh.

Mrs. D. Stevenson.. 0 10 0 Bramley-lanc Chabath-school ..... 0 10 0 A Disciple.......... 100

Professor Brown.... 03 O

0 pel, Collection.... 5

Bailie Brown ...... 0 10 0 Ditto, for two Brighouse, Collecphan Girls,

A Tea-dealer, for tionsandSubscrip

Argyle-square.

China ..
Salem ..........
tions ....

71.
For the Missionary Ship.

Mrs. Wm. Smith .. i io
Bradford, for the
Collections, &c., by Deputa-

Collected by relief of the Suf

Miss Litang .......

11 00 tion.

. 1 13 6 ferers in South Ward Chapel, Rev. Miss W. Mac Ewen 1 12 6

Less Expenses.. Africa from the

R. Lang

Miss Rankine ......

1 10 Kafir War-(Sce Collection ......... 38 6

10 11 6 0 N158 Clarkson......

100 List)............... 609 6Mrs. Wright....(D.) 3 0 0

Miss F.W.Galbraith 0.17 For general pur

Public Meeting ...5 4 0 Miss J. B. Stott .... 0 16 6 poses..............465 2 6

Miss Alexander.

NOVA SCOTIA. Halifar, Sion Cha

Master W J.

Picton, W. Mathepel, Migs Louisa

Princes-street Chapel.
Muir ............. 1 6 0 1

son, Esq. ........ 40 00 Hope Milne, for

Rev. A. Hannay. John Finlayson ...
Native Teacher,

Collection
4 100 Agnes Ramsey

DRMERARA.
John Priestley ... 10 OO Collected by Miss

Hunter-square, s

3 Ebenezer Chapel, Collections.......... 39 5 61

Walker
Davie-street, ditt

Sunday • school
Square Chapel do...191 11 4 Mrs. William James 07 0 Interest on the

Children, to purHarrison-rond do... 35 16 6 Mr. George Barry.. 0 2 6 above .....

chase a Coil of Leeds, for general Miss Walker ...... 05 0 Exs. 74. : 141. 165. 9d.

Rope for the John purposes..........147 0 0

Collected by Miss
For Female Educa-

Ann Tindel
Collections by Rev. R.

Williams ......... 1 tion in India

Mr. John Bain .... 0 5 0 Redpath, M.A. For Mrs. Porter's Mr. Charles Thom

Forres.

LEGACIES.
School, Madras ... 210 ol. son ............... 0 5 0 United Presbyterian

Of Miss Ann Cutler,
For Mrs. Camphell's
Mr. Charles McL

Church, Rev. A.L.

late of Clerken.
School, Bangalore 18 00 gan .............. 0 5 0 Simpson.......... 100l well, per M. F.
For Mrs. Buyers's
Mr.John McLnggan

Inverury.

Austin, Esq., Duty School, Benares .. 14 0 Mies Ann Tindel.

Rev. J. Miller.

paid..............1000

....10000
10. I. Rowland...... 010 0Collection ........... 27 olor MissJaneCroome.
*1241 7 9 Collected by Miss

Missionary Box .... 018 7 late of Ugford, per
Marshall

Keith.

Mr. J. Phipson, Including 5121. 98. ac-Mr. John Baxter,

Collection ...........

... 3 2 0 Birmingham...... 10 0 0 knowledged last month. Stannergate ...... 050

107. 78.7d.

of Mr. John Jones,
WALES
Mr. George Denham 0 2 0 Glasgow, Mr. John

late of City-road,
Brecon.
Mr. William Mar-

Kirkwood, from

per Mr.G.H. Clark Glamorgan-street.. 6 2 0 0 shall......

his late Father's

(through the Ta.
Collected by Mrs.
Estate for the Na.

bernacle Ausili-
Hay.
Hutcheson-
tive Teacher John

ary), Duty paid.,800 O o Collections .......

.... 214 7 Mr. Alexander Law 0 501
2 14 7'sir. AICIUNAK W

Kirkwood ........ 10 001

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Contributions in aid of the Society will be thankfully received by Sir Culling Eardley Eardley, Bart.,

Treasurer, and Rev. Ebenezer Prout, at the Mission House, Blomfield-street, Finsbury, London ; by Mr. W. F. Watson, 52, Princes-street, Edinburgh ; J. Risk, Esq., 108, Fife-place, Glasgow ; and by Rev. John Hands, Society House, 32, Lower Abbey-street, Dublin. Post-Office Orders should be in favour of Rev. Ebenezer Proul, and payable at the General Post Office.

LOX DOX: REED AND PARDOX, PRINTERS, PATERNOSTER ROW.

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THE best use to which we can apply the removal of the righteous from our

midst, is to commend their holy exam. ||

ple to those who survive. They may thus become a blessing even after their decease, as they were a blessing during their life-time, by their active benevolence and consistent piety. The fragrance of their memory becomes an incentive to virtue, no less than the charm of their living goodness when it bloomed in our midst, having “good report of all men, and of the truth itself.” * The subject of our present notice was born at Cottingham, Yorkshire, on the 28th of July, in the year 1794, where his father, the Rev. Anthony Kidd, then held the pastorate over a Congregational church. From his earliest years he delighted in study and thoughtful occupations; indicating, even then, by his general habits, the precision, and devotion to research and speculation, which marked his after life. When a boy of twelve or thirteen years of age, we record, as a mere indication of character, that he wrote the following inscription for a retired seat in his

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“Hail, noontide shade in peaceful bower!
IIere would I spend a cheerful hour,
For here true pleasures live;
More real joy I find alone,
Upon this seat of brick and stone,
Than mirth can ever give.”
But then, no less than up to the day

of his death, a remarkable cheerfulness and frankness of disposition and manner were characteristic of him, so that thoughtfulness and the love of books were tempered in no degree, in him, with sourness of temper or ascetic seclusion. In 1809, we find him devoting himself, with ardour and exemplary diligence, to the study of medicine, under a respectable firm of practitioners in Scarborough, and securing the confidence and esteem of his employers by his demeanour. As some young persons, in a similar situation of dependence and trust, may probably read this narrative, we extract, with pleasure, the following sentence from a letter of Dr. Travis, extending his period of recreation on a visit to his friends, in the year 1812: “I know I can depend on your punctuality; and your general attention and good conduct demand every indulgence from us that business

will allow." F

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