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after protecting themselves against a repeti- notice of the meeting. Nevertheless tion of such violence, they have preferred to there was a good gathering of friends waive their claim on the parish and to rely rather on the free-will offerings of friends on the occasion. The Rev. Mr. LARto repair the loss. Accordingly the congre- Kins, a friend of Mr. Cassidy's in India, gation and church have contributed £160 commended him to God in prayer, Mr. at the commencement of September. Other friends of Mr. Phillippo had expressed their Cassidy gave a statement of his views respect to him by adding £30, and he hoped and plan of missionary work in his to raise the amount to full £300. For the selected field of labour ; the Hon. and remainder as you know, he appealed to the committee, asking it as a loan if it could not Revs. B. W. Noel and 0. STOVEL be given. At their last quarterly meeting, addressed him words of counsel and the mission committee very properly deemed that the funds entrusted to them could not encouragement, and Mr. TRESTRAIL be made available for such a loan, neither gave out the hymns and closed the ought they from that source to give the service in prayer. Mr. Cassidy is now amount.

Some members of the committee met af- on his way, via the Cape, and stops at terwards, with Dr. Acworth of Bradford in Point de Galle that he may have an the chair, and after mature deliberation, they opportunity of seeing our brethren and resolved, on the motion of brethren Birrell

, their work in Ceylon. He will journey Brock, and Underhill, to attempt to raise the amount by special contributions and to up through the country to Bombay. send it to Mr. Phillippo by the end of the May our Heavely Father direct his year. A beginning has been made, as will be seen from the following list of contri- way, and greatly prosper him ! butions received. A few other sums are The Sub-Committee, appointed at the promised, and on behalf of the brethren for last quarterly meeting of the Committee, whom I act I shall be very glad if in your next Herald I may be permitted by the are giving prayerful and diligent attenkind liberality of friends to acknowledge tion to the plan for consolidating and the whole amount. Mr. Phillippo's high extending the mission in India. They character and long standing render any commendation of the case from me superfluous. hope to be able very shortly to present I am, my dear brother,

their report to the Committee. When Yours very truly,

that has been duly considered, and the SAMUEL GREEN.

plan itself, and the means of carrying it W. B. Gurney, Esq.

........ £10 0 0

out finally determined, the Committee Rev. Dr. Angus

0 0 W. H. Watson, Esq.

0 0 will at once lay it before the pastors, J. H. Allen, Esq. E. B. Underhill, Esq.

22 churches, and friends generally, with George Kitson, Esq. by S. G. ............. A. E. by S. G.....

the view of securing their hearty coMrs. Sharp, Lisson Grovo

operation and aid. In the meantime By the Rev. W. Brock........ By the Rev. H. Dowson

10 .. the prayers of all who desire to see the By the Rev. C. J. Middleditch

mission prosper are earnestly entreated, An interesting meeting was held at that a spirit of wisdom may be vouchJohn Street chapel on Friday, November safed, and that what is done may be 12th, in connection with Mr. Cassidy's done in faith and in a spirit of dependreturn to Bombay. As his departure ence on His wisdom and guidance has been unexpectedly hastened there whose glory in man's salvation is the was no time to give much previous great object sought.

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POSTSCRIPT. Since the painful intelligence from mission at Hayti. Mrs. W. H. WEBTrinidad and the Bahamas was sent to LEY's health has long been feeble. She press, we learn from Miss HARRIS that had scarcely recovered from domestic another severe stroke has fallen on the trouble, when her husband left for New York to get the frame of the house he fervent prayers offered, by all who read was erecting. During his absence, Mr. these lines, that God may, in His mercy, D. WEBLEY fell ill, and was obliged, as support our bereaved brother, comfort our readers are aware, to return home. those friends who are now sorrowing, The anxiety, watching, and broken rest, and sanctify these severe and repeated consequent thereon, contributed still trials, to the mission band at Jacmel. further to weaken an already debilitated Miss HARRIS did not intend to return frame. Great difficulty arose in procu- until January, as she was anxious to do ring the sort of food necessary for an all in her power to carry out funds to invalid. On the 29th of Oct., she was defray the expenses of the new school seized with a severe attack, and after a house. These tidings have, however, severe struggle, in twelve hours breathed altered her plans. With the self-denial her last. It was only by the kindness and zeal for which she has always been of the post-master, as the office was distinguished, she goes at once to the closed, that even this imperfect account help of the sick and sorrowing, and will could be sent. Mr. WEBLEY, at the leave by the packet which sails on the time Miss Howard wrote, was more calm and inst. This will be an explanation than could have been expected; but in to her friends in the country who may a sad state of weakness and depression, be expecting a visit or communications and the motherless infant seriously ill. from her, of the cause which prevents a The deepest sympathy will be felt, and fulfilment of these engagements.

CONTRIBUTIONS,
Received on account of the Baptist Missionary Society, during the month

of October, 1852.

ac

£ 8. d.
£ 8. d.

£s. d. Annual Subscription.

LONDON AND MIDDLESEX
AUXILIARIES.

CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Jay, Mr. A................ 2 2 0
Blandford Street

Cambridge, on account,
Contributions,

for

by G. E. Foster, Esq. 46 15 8 Donations.

Barisal

5 0 0 Beddome, R. B., Esq.... 10 10 Camberwell, on account 30 0 0

Bloomsbury, on account 30 8 2 Bible Translation So

CHESHIRE. Hammersmith, on ciety, for Translations 300 0 0

count ...

8 13 4
Boyce, Thomas, Esq.,
Trustees of the late
Shoreditch, Providence Chapel-

Stockport-
80 0 0
Sunday School ..........

5 3 0 Sunday School

1 0 0 Educational Committee of the Society of

Walworth, Lion Street

Sunday School, for
Friends, for Trinidad
Schools.

CORNWALL.
25 0 0

Gayahaya School, Gurney, W. B., Esq.,

600

Ceylon

CORNWALL, on account, for Spanish Town Chapel...

BEDFORDSHIRE,

by Mr. P. H. Guther....... 1000

idge

16 00 Mason, Miss M 2 0 0 Ampthill

PadstowN. C., for Itinerary

Goodman, Mrs. and

A. and B.

0 2 6 School, Brittany 5 0 0

Miss, for Rev. W. K.

RedruthY. Z., by Rev. F. Tres

Rycroft's Chapel,

Anon

1 80 trail, instead of Le

Bahamas

5 0 0 gacy...

.20000 Young Men's Mission

BERKSHIRE. ary Association, Col

DERBYSHIRE, lected by Mr. W. E.

Wallingford, on account, Beal, Walworth, for

by Edwd. Wells, Esq. 22 6 5

DerbyGayahaya School,

Reed, T. S., Esq. .... 1 1 0 Ceylon

1 1 0 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE,
Olney-

DETOXIRE.
Legacy.
Collections....

7 19 5 Burdett, Mr. R., late of

Contributions

4 17 3 Borey Tracey-
Naseby
10 0 0

Collection
Do., Sunday School 0 3 10

Contributions

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den ...

£ 8. d.
£ s.a.

£ s. d. Chudleigh, Brookfield

Liverpool, Myrtle Street- Lincoln, Mint LaneCollection

2 15 0 Collections......... 46 6 10 Collections............... 7 3 3 Contributions

Do., Public Meeting 25 6 11 Contributions ......... 19 5 1 Exeter

Contributions .........

14 13 5 Do., Sunday Schools 0 17 11 Adams, Miss, Heavi.

Proceeds of Lecture... 0 10 0 tree, for Itinerary

86 7 2 Mareham le FenSchool, Brittany 5 0 0

Less expenses ...
3 8 6 Collection

0 17 0 Plymouth, on account... 41 18 9 Tiverton

82 18 8

64 3 10 Sunday School, for Millwood, near Todmor

Less expenses

9 12 2 Native Teacher, Paul

3 15 0 Rutton, Dinagepore 5 0 0 Padiham

54 11 8 Collection, &c. .........

4 10 0
DURHAM.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
Preston-
Hamsterley
1 4 4 Collections, &c......... 20 10 0 Brington-

2 1 Collection

2 Sunderland

Rochdale
Friend, 1 Chron. xxix.
Collections.. ........ 47 14 8 Ravensthorpe-

Collection ................
14....
Contributions .........184 17 11

6 6 0 5 0 0

WollastonWolsingham 0 120 Do., Sunday School 9 5 11

Ward, Mr. John 10 00

262 86
GLOUCESTERSHIRE,
Less expenses ...... 17 5 9

SOMERSETSHIRE,
Tewkesbury ................ 16 13 10

Clevedon 245 2 9

Reeves, Mr. S.......... 0 12 0 HAMPSHIRE.

LEICESTERSHIRE.

Taunton-
Beaulieu-
Arnsby-

Collections................

7 15 0 Burt, Rev. J. B. ...... 10 10 0

Collection
5 10 0 Contributions

13 18 11 Contributions, Minis.

Contributions

2 10 0 ter, Sunday School Do., Sunday School 0 7 0

21 13 11 Teachers, and Blaby

Less expenses ...... 0 13 0 Scholars, for Natire

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

1 70 Preachers ............ 6 0 0 Contributions 2 14 6

21 0 11 Cosby

Winscombe
Collection

0 12 0
HERTFORDSHIRE.

Contributions, Juve-
Countesthorpe-

nile, by Mr. HoopHitchin

Collection
4 10 0 pell

5 0 0 Friend, by Mrs.

Leicester-
Dodwell, for Intally 4 0 0 Collection, Public

SUFFOLK.
Meeting, Belvoir
Markgate Street-

Street

10 14 11 SUFFOLK, on account, by Collection Belvoir Street

Mr. S. H. Cowell 2 4 10

70 00 Contributions

2 10 7
Collection

33 2 4 Do., for Natice

Contributions
...... 61 19 11

WARWICKSHIRE.
Preachers

1 16 0

Do., Sun, School 2 8 10 Birmingham-
Do., do., Harvey

Christie, Mr. James... 2 0 0
6 j1
Lane

1 2 0 Less expenses

1 0 Charles Street,
Collections............

WILTSHIRE.

17 4 2
6 10 5 Contributions ...... 43 17 10 Westbury-
Do., Sun. School 04 6 Collection

1 6 3 Proceeds of Bazaar,

Wilkins, Mr. John 1 0 0 KENT.

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Juvenile.. 2 17 0 Westbury Leigh-
Sevenoaks-
Monk's Kirby-

White, Mrs. Sarah 1 0 0 Contributions

11 39
Collection

2 2 6 Do., Sunday School 0 9 9 Sheepshead

WORCESTERSHIRE.
Collection

6 1 5

Astwood-
Contributions

6 7 10
Collection

5 0 0 LANCASHIRE.

Sutton in Elms-
Collection ...........

0 5 6 2 7 6

Sunday School
Accrington-
Collections....
9 12 4

208 1

BlockleyContributions 2 2 1

Collections.....

9 17 0 Less expenses 12 16 3 Do., Juvenile 3 6 10

Contributions ..........

1 12 0

3 4 5 Do., Sunday School 0 10 11

Do., by Teachers ... 195 5 0

Do., Sunday School 3 11 10 15 12 2 LINCOLNSHIRE.

Do., do., Draycott. . 1 2 6 Less expenses ......

0 1 3
Boston

19 7 9
15 10 11
Collections...............

3 14 3
Less expenses

0 17 0 Bolton, on account 25 0 0 Contributions

3 8 3 BurnleyGrimsby

18 10 9 Collection

6 2 6 Collections................ 7 6 4 Contribution ............. 0 0 Contributions

3 16 5 KidderminsterColneHolland Fen

Collection

2 90 Collections........ 5 19 8 Collection

1 10 1 Contributions

8 16 2 Contributions 7 17 4 Horncastle

Do., Sunday Schools i 120 Goodshaw,

Collections................ 6 3 0 Collection 2 0 6 Contributions 6 4 3

12 17 2 Heywood

Do., Sunday School 1 0 0

Less expenses

0 1 0 Collection ............

1 5 5 Proceeds of Lecture... 1 1 0 Sunday School ......... 0 15 9 Horsington

12 6 2 Collection (moiety) ... 1 70

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£ 8. d.
£ s. d.

£& d. PershoreHaworth

SOUTH WALES. Collections..............

8 0 10 First Church Contributions 42 1 10 Collection

10 6 4

CARDIGANSHIRE
Contributions .....!

8 10 6

Aberystwith50 2

Collections............... 4 19 0 8

Do., Sun. School 1 3 2 Less expenses 0 19 0 Second Church

Contributions

***.. 11 16 0 Collection

3 3 6 Do., Sunday School 0 7 6 49 3 8 Hellifield

Jezreel-
Collection ....... 1 0 0

Collection

0 11 Worcester Horkinstone

Contributions Collections ............... 21 16 11 Collection

0 15 0 Contributions 24 12 8 Huddersfield

17 19 6 Do., Juvenile......... 17 13 3 Collection, &c. ......... 16 12 11

Less expenses ...... 1 5 0 Idle64 2 10 Collection

1 1 1

16 14 6 Loss expenses

2 1 6 Keighley-
Collection .........*

2 13 0

GLAMORGANSHIRE 62 1 4 Contributions

1 0 0

Adullam
Long Preston

Bridgend -
Collection

2 3 5 English Chapel-
YORKSHIRE.
Meltham-

Collection

1 93 Collection

9

Contributions 10 91 Baldersby, Boroughbridge, and Polemoor

Do., Sunday Sch. 1 10 5 Dishforth

Collection

4 8 7

Welsh Chapel Collections......... 8 2 8

Contributions ......***

1 19 0
Collection

1 00 Contributions 8 14 4 Pudsey

Caersalem

0 12 11 Barnoldswick

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

018 6 Cowbridge Collection 7 11 10 Rawden

A Widow's Mite Barnsley

Collections, &c........ 9 10 8 Dinas, Noddfa
Collections..

8 6 5
Contributions, Juve-

Foxhall

0 7 6 Bingleynile

6 2 6 6 Morriston

0 10 Collection 3 0 0 Rish worth

Norton Blackley-

Collection

3 14 0

Siloam, Skelty Collection 1 5 6 Salendine Nook

SwanseaBradford

Collection

17 12 6 Collection, Public First Church

Contribution

1 0 0
Meeting

? 13 7 Collections 53 19 10

Contributions ...... 5 10 0
Do., Public Meet-
Sheffield, on account, by

Mount Pleasant-
Mr. S. Chapman 70 00
16 0 2

Collections............
Do., Juvenile 6 0 0 Shipley-

Contributions ...... 10
Second Church

Collections...............

7 17 11 Do., Sun. School i 7 8 Collections... 20 14 3 Contributions ......... 15 14 11 York Place Contributions

1 8
0 Skipton

Collections......... 3 17 0 Proceeds of break

Collection
0 16 6 Contributions

6

2 15 fast

0 11 5 BrearleySlack Lane

49 19 7 Collection

2 12 8 Collection 2 18 2

Acknowledged before Contributions 2 2 0 Steep Lane

and expenses......... 49 4 9 Do., Sunday School 0 2 7 Collection

3 12 6 Cowling Hill

3 14 10 SuttonCollection

1 0 0

Collection ................ 10 10 6 Cullingworth

Contributions .........

5 18 6

MONMOUTHSHIRECollection

1 1 0

Do., Bible Class 3 5 0 Tredegar, by Mr.Jarman 0 6 O DewsburyCollection

1 06

WainsgateEarby

Collection

1 18 6

SCOTLAND. Collection 1 4 0

432 6 2 Irvine Farsley

1 10 0 Collection

Less expenses

22 13 10 Contributions 10 0 0

409 12 4 Gildersome

FOREIGN. Collection

1 16 8 Halifax

AMERICA

WALES. Collections....... 29 10 9

American Bible Union, Contributions 12 5 G “My Mother's Legacy" 35 0 0 for Translations .......203 12 $

Do., Juvenile 8 6 5

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

The thanks of the Committee are presented to the following-
Friends, by Miss Barker, Lower Street, Islington, for a box of useful articles, for Reo á.

Saker, Western Africa ;
Friends, at John Street, for a box and parcel of clothing, for the same ;
Mrs. Hawtin, Hammersmith, for a box of books, for Rev. J. Makepeace, Agra.

INDEX, 1852.

ILLUSTRATIONS.

PAGE,
A Good Confession

117 Fernando Po (Map)
Bazar Preaching, Monghir.

817 Mud Volcano, Trinidad
Chapel and Mission House at Cameroons 645 Narsingdarchoke, near Calcutta..
Destruction of Chapel at Clarence by a Tornado 245 Sturge Town, Jamaica ...
Dhandoba, Barisal.................

449 The Native Teacher's Burial

PAGE.
513

49
577
709
181

THE MISSION FIELD

50, 118, 182, 248, 450, 514, 578, 646, 813

STATIONS,

AFRICA.......
185, 250, 310, 514, 510, 654 CEYLON.

123, 626
General summary
521 CHITTAGONG

121, 518
BIMBIA

.... 185, 521 A new church formod, 121, The converts in-
The native preacher's death 185. Clara's death, structed, 121. A good confession, 121.
185. Appeal for help, 186.

COMILLA ..................

510
CAMEROONS

520 DACCA

..... 119, 579, 717
Death of Mrs. Horton Johnson, 520. The be- Mr. Bíon's success, 119. His labours, 120. The

reaved comforted, 520. Striking changes, 520 field, 120. Preaching, 579. Itineracies, 579.
PERNANDO Po

250, 454, 519, 655. Some incidents, 580. Inquirers, 581. Bap-
Destruction of chapel, 250. Hopeful signs, 250. tiems and distribution of Scriptures, 681.

Preparations for building chapel, 454. Mak- School, 581. Hesitating to put on Christ,
ing bricks, 455.

Mr. Wheeler reluctantly 717. Hostility, 717.
obliged to leave, 519. Converts and inquirers, DINAGEPORB

50, 518
519. Clarence, 655.

The invitation, 56. Another invitation, 56. A
ASIA 52, 119, 183, 251, 314, 451, 515, 579, 647, 710, bazar incident, 56. A missionary's work, 56.

713, 820 Inquirers, 518.
Incidents of Bible distribution in India, 583. HOWRAX

516
A Brahman, 583. A goldsmith, 583. Desire Missionary labours along the banks of the Da.
for the Word, 583. A brahman of Purneah, muda, 516.
584. The boatman's brother, 584. An aged JESSORE

251, 517
pundit converted, 585. Manner of distribu- Advantages of native agency, 251. Progress of
ting the Scriptures, 650. A proposed plan the work by its means, 251. Converts from
for systematic distribution, 651. Good ef- schools, 251. Native churches and pastors,
fects,-Duty of persevering, 651. Tho Serip- 251. Schools, 252. Itineracy and superinten-
tures read, 651. Increasing desire for the dence, 252. Help for schools needed, 252.
Scriptures, 651. More missionaries required Mohammedan convert, 517. Bible Reading
for India, 710. Progress of missions in Club, 517, Prospect of a native chnrch, 517.
India, 818.

MADRAS...

316
AGRA..
319 MONGHIR

183, 820
BACKERGUNGE ...

451 The death of the righteous, 183. Sovereign
BARISAL

253, 451, 581 grace, 183. More grace, 184, The fair, 184.
Association, 253. The journey, 253. Hinduism The pundit, 184. The holy book, 184.

Tanishing away, 253. A Hindoo's confession, Visitors, 185. Evangelization, 821. Village
253. Topic of address, 253. A mission field, excursions, 821. Incidents of labour, 821.
254. The association, 264. The welcome, 254. The Vedantist, 821. The secret reader of
The meetings, 254. Incidents, 255, Distribu- Scripture, 821. Bazar preaching, 822.
tion of books, 25%. Review, 455. Dhamahar MUTTRA
451. Suffering for the Gospel, 452. Amgaon, SERAMPURS

...

...... 618

54, 317, 649
Kaligaon, 452. Ghagar, 452. Cruel College, 54, 317. Minutes of special Committee
persecution. 453. Digaliya, 453. Baptisms, meeting on, 55. Need of schools, 649.
453. Brotherly kindness, 453. Pakhar, 454. SEWRY BIRBHOOM..
Madra, 454. Suagaon, 454, Storm, 582.

Native agents, 122. A month's itineracy, 515.
BERARES

819 FRANCE

126, 459, 656
BIRBHOOM (See Sewry)

Morlaix, 126, 459, 636.
BISHTOPORE ...

519 A good work stopped, 126. The work done in
CALCUTTA

52, 818, 519, 647, 713 another way, 126. Itinerary school, 459.
Labours of native preachers, 52. Happy effects More teachers wanted, 656. Shall the school

of preaching the Gospel, 53. examples, be supported, 657.
53. Converts, 53. Almost Christians, 53. WEST INDIES 57, 124, 187, 311, 455, 522, 585, 652,
Mission press, 318. Arrival of Messrs. Make-

717, 822, 827
peace and Jackson, 647. Return of Mr. G. BAHAMAS, 311, 322, 585, 824.
Pearce, 648. Kidnapping an Inquirer, 713. The churches at Rum Cay, 585. Choice of a
The alarm, 714. Persuasions, 714. The ab- pastor, 586. The designation service, 586.
duction, 714. Missionary movements, 715. Prospects, 586. Tbe churches at San Salva-
A great work done, 715. Sad disappointment dor, 587, their state, 587. The pastor's s.ap-
in case of Inquirer, 715.

port, 587. Eleuthera, 587.

State of things
CAWNPORE

at Nassau, 587. Prospect at Long Island
Work amongst the heathen, 582. The discus. and Ragged Island, 588. Efforts to settle
sion, 582,

native pastors, 824. Cholera, 724.

452.

...... 57, 122

..., 582

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