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28. d. Do., Myrtle StreetHarpolo

ClareCollections, Special 146 0 0 Contributions, Special 3 2 6 Contributions ...... 3 1 6 Contribs., Juven., for Kettering

FramsdenRev, J. Smith's N.P.,

Contribs., Special.... 46 2 6 Contributions ...... 2 16 6 Delhi............... 12 . 12 10 0 Kingsthorpe

EyeDo., Do.for Rev.J.Clark's

Collection for W. &0. O 6 Collection for W. &0. 1 5 2 School, Jamaica .... 5 0 0 Kislingbury

Contributions ...... 13 9 6 Do., Do. for Rev.J. Allen's

Collection for W. &0. O 100 Do. Sun. School School, Ceylon...... 5 00 Contribs., Special .. 3 0 0 Do. Special ...... 1 i 6 Do., Do. for Rev.W.K. RyMilton

Do. for N.P. ... croft's Sch., Bahamas 7 10 0 Collection for W. &0. 1 6 6 Ipswich, Stoke GreenDo., Do., Donatn., Special 1000. Contribs., Special.... 7 1 2 Contributions ...... 439 Do., Pembroke ChapelMoulton

Do. Sun, School for Balance from Weekly

Collection for W. &0. 0 100 additional N.P. for Contributions .... 25 00 Contribs., Special.... 5 0 4 Rev. J. C. Page .. 10 00 Contributions ...... 0 0 1 Do. for N. P....... 0 16 2 Little StonhamDo., Sun. Scbool, for

Northampton, College Street Contributions ...... 1 1 3
Rev. W. Dendy's

Contribs., Special.... 52 7 6 Otley-
School, Jamaica.. 10 00 Do., Grafton Street

Contributions
Do. for Canada .... 0 7 6 Contribs., Special.... 1 10 0 Sudbury-
Do., Friends' Girl's

Peterborough, Union Chapel - Collection for W. &0.14 0
School .......... 200_Contribs. (moiety) .. 5 6 31 Contributions ...... 7 17 9
Rushden-

Do. for N. P. .... 011 4 525 1 2 Contribs., Special.... 5 17 9 WaltonLcss deputation expens. 5 0 0 Stanwick

Contributions ...... 2 O 8 Contribs., Special.... 3 8 3 520 1 2 Sulgrave

138 4 2 Manchester

Contribs., Special.... 100 Less exps, and amt. Contribs. on acct. .. 200 0 0 Woodford

acknow. before,. 84 78 Oldham, King Street,

T Contribs., Special.... 100 Contributions ...... 700

63 16 6 Rochdale

NORTHUMBERLAND. Contribs. for N. P. .. 4 8 4 Berwick-on-Tweed

SURREY. Southport

Contributions ...... 13 5 0 Upper NorwoodDonation, Special .... 500

Collect., Special .... 11 DO
Waterbarn
Contribs. for N. P. .. 1 5 3

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.
Nottingham-

SUSSEX.
Contribs., Special.... 55 1 6

Fishergate-
LEICESTERSHIRE.

Contribs. Sun School 2 3 2
Southwell-
Arnsby-

LewesContribs. Special....

Collection for W. & 0.0 130 8 10 01 Contribution ........

1. Contribs. (balance) .. 2 14 0 Do. Sun. School for

0 5 0 Midhurst

Sutton-on-Trent
Rev.C.Carter's Sch.,

Contribs. for N. P... 2 16 6

0 10 0 Hulangama, Ceylon 14 16 0l Collection for W. &0.

Contributions ...... 11 0 7 Blaby and Whetstone

WARWICKSHJRE.
Contribs., Special.... 5 6 ol Do. Sun. School .. 1 19 11

Dunchurch-
RUTLANDSHIRE.

Collection for W.d0.0 8 2
LINCOLNSHIRE.
Oakham-

Collection .......... 1 15 2 Boston

Contribs.,Oakham and 4 16 2

Contribs. for N.P.., Contributions ......

6 10 Langham.......... 7 15 6 Harbury SouthamDo. for N. P. ...... 0 19 8

Do. OakhamSun. School 1 14 6 Contribs., Special .... 0 7 6
Horncastle-
Collection for w. &0. 0100

Husbands Bosworth-
SHROPSHIRE,

Collection .......... 2 14 2
Shrewsbury, Claremont St.-
NORFOLK

Contributions ...... 0 7 6 Stratford-on-Avon-
Bacton-

Contribution ........ 5 18 3 Contributions East Dereham

SOMERSETSHIRE.

Less expenses .. 0 8 1 Contributions ...... 5 Yeovil

Contribs. for N. P... 2 12 8 Foulsham

5 10 8 Contribs. for N. P... 0 17 6 Saxlingham

STAFFORDSHIRE,

WILTSHIRE

Bratten-
Brettell Lane-
Contribs, for India. 171
Worstead-

Contribs., Special.... 7 8 6 Collection for W. &0. 1 100
Coseley, Ebenezer-

Contributions ...... 17 5 5 Collection .......... 2 8 6

Collection for W. &0.0 10 0 Do. Special ........ 9 5 0 Stafford

Damerham and RoekbourneNORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Contributions ...... 0 10 6 Collection for W. &0 0 100 BlisworthWalsall

Contributions ...... 1 12 6 Contributions, Special 400 Contribution ........ 0 10 0 Kington LangleyBugbrook

Contributions

3 3 Contribs., Special.... 512 0

SUFFOLK,

Do. Special........ 2 0 0 Clipstone

Aldborough-
Contribs., Special.... 10 3 0 Contributions ...... 5 14 10

WORCESTERSHIRE.
Desborough

Do. Sun. School .. 1 17 7 BewdleyContribs., Special .... 0 14 0 Bildeston

Contribs. for N. P... 1 0 Hackleton

Collection for W. &0.

Bromsgrove Contribs., Special.... 1 100 Contributions ...... 3 8 8 Collection .......... 680 Helmdon

Do. for N. P. ...... 20 i WorcesterContribs., Special..., 1 6 0 Bury St. Edmund's

Collection for W. &0. 1 100 Collection for W. &0. 0 7 6 Contributions ...... 27 16 61

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YORKSHIRE.
Sheffield

Penycae" A Friend," by Rev, T.

Contribs., Special.... 66 5 0 Contributions ...... 4 10 6 Pottenger .......... 10 0 0 ShipleyArmleyCollection for W. &0. 200

25 1 3 Contributions

Contributions .. 1 10 0 Less for Local Home Do. Sun, School .. 0 10 0 Do. Special........ 25 0 Mission and expens. 7 2 7 Barnsley

Do. for India ...... 50 00 Collection for W. 0, 1 2 0 Do. for N. P....... 2 50

17 18 8 Conts., Ladies' Assoc, 8 14 8 SkiptonDo. Juvenile do, .. 6 13 4 Contributions

.. 6 10 01

FLINTSHIRE.
Bedale
Slack Lane

Rhyl
Donation, Special.... 600 Collection .......... 5 10 Contribs, on acc, .... 11 18 4
Beverley-

SnapeCollection for W. £0.

Contributions

4 10 4 MONTGOMERYSHIRE. Contribs. for N. P. . 2 2 10 Steep Lane

NewtownBishop Burton

Collections....

12 0Donation, Special .... 500 Collection for W. &0. 0 12 0 SuttonContributions ...... 6 19 8 Contributions ...... 9 17 81 SOUTH WALES. Do. for N. P. ...... 1 4 7 Do. Special

2 001

BRECKNOCKSHIRE.
Bradford, ist Church
Wakefield-

Builth
Collections .......... 16 5 11 Collection, Special .. 4 2 10 Sun. School for N. P. 0 18 O
Do. for W. &0.... 7 0 0

Contribution ........ Do. Juvenile ..

0 100

Do. for N. P. ...... 3 16 3 CARMARTHENSHIRE, Do., 2nd Church

- Cilfowyr and Ramoth Collections .......... 27 7 2

598 18 8 Contributions ...... 4 17 6 Do., Juvenile...... 4 2 10

Less exps. and amt.

Llanelly, Greenfield Chapel Do., 3rd Church

acknow. before.. 309 18 6 Collection for W. &0.^2 2 7 Collection for W, &0. 2 100

Contributions ...... 31 10 5 Contribs., Vol. Offer, 13 10 0

289 0 2 Do. for N. P......, 1 12 3 Do., Juvenile...... 1 5 1

Pembrey, TabernacleDonation ............ 5 00

Contributions ...... 3 8 0 Bingley

NORTH WALES. Collections ........... 217 2

Whitland, Nazareth Brearley

CARNARVONSHIRE.

Collection for W. &0. 0 4 0 Contributions ...... 82 1 1 Bethesda

Contributions ....., 4 Do. Sun. School. 12

7 7 Chapel FoldContributions ...... 5 14 0

4 11 7 Collections ..... Cowling Hill Capel-y-beirdd

Less expenses .... 0 0 7 Collection ..........

100 Collection .......... 446
Less for Local Home

4 11 Farsley,

0 Collection .......... 8 8 6 Mission ........., 1 8 21

GLAMORGANSHIRE,
Gildersome
Collection for W. &0. 017 01

Contribs., Special, by
Ditto........... . 3 14 4
Halifax, Trinity Road
Llanllyfin-

Rev. T. Evans, of
Contributions ......

Delhi
Contributions ...., 5 16 01

.........., 1 10 9 Do. Pellon Labe

Less for Local Home

Contributions ......
Mission ..........

3 i 4 Collections, Special .. 7 1 3

2 8

CaerphillyHaworth, 1st Church

Contributions ...... 12 4 Contributions ...... 24 18

4 13

6 7

Do. Sun. School .. 0 18 6 Hebden Bridge

Do. for N. P. ...... 0 3 Contributions 0 Tal-y-Sarn

2
65 11
Collection ....

Cardiff, Bethany-
Do. for N, P.,
Less for Local Home

Collection for W. &0. 2 10 Horkinstone

0

Do. after Lecture by Collection .......... 1 1 0

Mission .......... 2 8 0

Rev. T. Evans, of Horsforth .., 2 13

Delhi, Special.... 5 10 0 6

4 17 3

Contributions ...... 47 15 8 Do. for W. &0. .... 0 15 0

Do. Sun. School .. 6 8 8 Huddersfield

Contributions. u o
Donations, Special .. 6 100

Do. Tredegar Ville
Less for Local Home

Collection for W. &0. 2
Hull, South Street-

2 0

Contributions ...... 38 14 10 Contributions ...... 26 01

Mission .......... 0 8

Goetre, SiloamKeighley

1 Collections ....,

3 0

Contributions ...... 1 9 6

Merthyr Tydfil, Bethel Lockwood

Chapel, George TownCollection for W. &0. 3 0 0

DENBIGHSHIRE,

Contributions .... 2 5 0 Contributions ...... 66 14 6

Morriston-
Do, Sun. School. 773A few Pastors in Den-
bighshire for Ching,

Contribs., Special, by
Do for N. P....
Do. Special........ 32 00
o by Rev. Dr. Pritchard 1 0 0

Rev. Í. Evans, of

Delhi ...
Millwood--
Abergele

........... 1 13 5 Contribs, for X. P.., 1 18 0

Contributions ...... 6 3 9 Pontypridd, Dinas Soar
Northallerton
Colwyn

Chapel-
Contributions ...... 3
Collection ..........

6

Collection ........ 0 18 4

8

1 16 0 Rawdon Llansanan

Pyle Pisgah

Contributions ..... 1 14 Collection for W. &0. Contributions ......

2 1 2 0 Contributions ...... 4 0 0 Llangollen

Pontbrenllwydd

Penybyrn, Rotherham

English Church

Contributions ...... 3 13 0 Contribs. Sun. School 0 7 8 Contributions ...... 6 8 8 Swansea, Mt. PleasantSelbyRhos

Contribs., Special, by
Donation............ 20 0

Rev. T. Evans, of
0
Contributions ...... 8 1 8

Delhi

............ 5 3 0

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CANADA.
Treforest
Sardis-

MONTREAL. £ s. d.
Contribs., Special, by

Collection .......... 0 19 0 Thos. M. Thomson, Esq.,
Rev. T. Evans, of

- Special Donation .... 20 00
Delhi ............ 2 2 0

251 14 6
Ystradyfodwy, Nebo-
Less exps. and amt

JAMAICA.
Collection for W. &0.

acknow. before .. 10 3 5 By Rev.J.E. Henderson, Treasurer.

Contribs. for African Mission
Contributions ....

241 110
Do. for N. P....

for year 1863–4.

Alps and Ebenezer
145 12

RADNORSHIRE.
0

By Rev. P. O'Meally 10 0 0
Evenjobb-
Less exps. and amt.

Annotto Bay and Buff Bay-
acknow. before .. 70

Contributions ...... 4 15 10 By Rev. 8. Jones .... 500
Gladestry-

Belle Castle
74 15

By Rev. H. B. Harris 5
Contributions ......
9

0 0
Gravel

Bethtephil and Hastings
Contributions

2 2 7 By Rev.G.R.Henderson 4 10 0
Llandilo
MONMOUTHSHIRE.

Brown's Town & Bethany
Contributions

1 O 3 By Rev. J. Clark .... 15 0 0
Abergavenny, Frogmore St. Painscastle

Clarksonvill & Mt. Zion-
Contribs., Special.... 10 00 Collection .......... 0 15

Collection ..

7 By Rev. F. Johnson.. 6 0 0
Argoed-
Presteign-

Coultart Grove-
Contributions ...... 13

13 5 6 1 Contributions ...... 10 11 0 By Rev. J. Steele .... 4 100
Do, for N. P. ...

0 3

Dry Harbour and Salem

Do. Sun, School .. 1 3 10 By Rev. J. G. Bennett 300
Blaenavon, Ebenezer-
Contributions ......

Falmouth-
2 11

21 16 11
Do, for N. P.... .. 2 15

By Rev. T. Lea...... 600
6

Less expenses .... 0 12 6 Fuller's Field .
5 69

By Rev. W. Bourke.. 1 2 0

214 5 Gurney's Mt. & Mt. Peto
Less expenses .... 0 0 9

By Rev. C. E. Randall 9 0 0
560
SCOTLAND.

Hay's Cross & Water Lane
Ebbw Vale
Contribs. on acct. by

By Rev. A. Duckett.. 1 11 8
Revs.F. Trestrail and

Lucea, Fletcher's Grove,
Contribution ......

Dr. Evans .......... 386 3 1
Ebbw Vale Brynh

and Green Island-
d
Dundee, Euclid Street-

By Rev. W. Teale.. 10 00
Contribution ...... 3

Contribs., Old Scotch

Montego Bay and Wat-
Ponthir-

Independ. Church.. 40

ford Hill-
Contribs., Special.... 1 2 0!

Contribution ........ 100 By Rev.J.E. Henderson 10 0 0
Do. for N. P. ...... 20 il.
| Edinburgh

Mt. Lebanon & Whitfield-
Michaelstonevedow Tirzdh

Contribution ..

1 0 0
Contributions ...... 4 15 4

By Rev. J. Elliott .. 10 0 0
Do. Sun. School 16

Mt. Carey and Bethel Town-
Do., Charlotte Chapel.
Rose Street

By Rev. E. Hewett .. 12 10
Tredegar, Eng. Bap. Chap.

0
Contribs. (add

0 0 Mt. Neho & Moneague-
Contributions ...... 700
Ty Dee, Bethesda,

By Rev. J. Gordon .. 5 0 0
8 o | Do. Dublin Street

Mt. Merrick & Point Hill
Collection .......... 6
Do. Sun. School.... i Ő 01

Contributions ...... 84 8 11 By Rev. R. E. Watson 2 0 0
Less expenses .... 2 8 1 Port Maria & Oracabessa-

By Rev. C. Sibley.... 10 0 0
PEMBROKESHIRE.

82 0 0 Refuge and Kettering-
Falkirk-

By Rev. E. Fray .... 10 0 0
Bethlehem-

Donation, Special.... 6 0 0 Rio Bueno-
Collection .......... 2 4 0 Glasgow, Hope Street,

By Rev. D. J. East .. 6 2 5
Blaenconin

Ordinary and Extra-

St. Ann's Bay & Ocho Rios-
Contributions ....... 6 8 10 ordinary Contribs. 100 1 1 By Rey, B. Millard .. 2000
Do. for N. P. ... 0 14 5 Do., North Frederick St.

Spanish Town & Sligo Ville-
Do. for China.... 2 5 0 Contrks. by Church Vote 6 6 By Rev.J.M. Phillippo 10 0 0
Do. Sun, School .. 3 0 9 | Hawick-

Salter's Hill and Maldon-
Broad Haven-

Contribs. for N. P. .. 0 10 0 By Rev. W. Dendy .. 5 0 0
Collection .......... 1 10 6 Do. for Africa .... 0 5 6 Shortwood
Camrose-

Do. for India...... 0 5 6 By Rev. J. Maxwell . 3 0 3
Collection .......... 0 10 0 Irvine-

Stewart Town & Gibraltar
Fynnon-Well Na Bwch-

Contributions ...... 511 01 By Rev. W. M. Webb 4 0 0
Contributions ...... 11 4 4Stirling-

Thompson Town-
Groesgoch

Contributions ...... 12 7 01 By Rev. G. Moodie .. 400
Contributions ...... 7 13 10 Tobermory-

Waldensia & Unity

Contribs. for N. P... 0 10 0 By Rev. J. Kingdon.. 500
Haverford west, Bethesda
Contributions ...... 151 19 31
Do., Special ...... 500 Ol Dub
IRELAND.

196 6 4
Dublin-

Remitted in excess 3 13 8
Monachlogddu, Bethel-

Contributions ...... 4 1 0
Contributions ......
3 100

-Jericho-

200 0 0
Pope Hill

FOREIGN

Contribs by Rev. Jas.
Collection

.......... 0 10 6
......
AUSTRALJA, SOUTH.

Hume ............ 12 10 0
Rhydwilym-
Gunneracka-

Montego Bay-
Contributions
Contribs.from Kenton

Contribs. by Rev. Jas.
Do. Sun. School .. 3 15 6 Valley Bap.Sun. Sch.

Reid ..............
Salem-

by Mr. H. LewerTuck 3 15 0 Mount Hermon-
Collection .......... 1101

Contribs. by Rev. Jas.

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APRIL, 1864.

THE ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE BAPTIST IRISH SOCIETY. ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20TH, A JUBILEE MEETING will be held in UPTON CHAPEL, Barkham Terrace, Lambeth Road. The Rev. C. H. SPURGEON has engaged to preside, and the following Gentlemen have promised to speak :

Thomas PEWTRESS, Esq., the Treasurer of the Society; Rev. Hugh STOWELL BROWN, of Liverpool; Rev. GEORGE D. Evans of Upton Chapel; Rev. STEWART GRAY, late of Waterford ; Rev. John Stock, of Devonport; and Rev. CHARLES STOVEL, of London.

*** To commence at Half-past six o'clock.

THE ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY will be held in the Library of the MISSION HOUSE,

ON FRIDAY, APRIL 22ND. The Chair to be taken at Eleven o'clock by the Treasurer, Thomas PEWTRESS, Esq.

The following persons are entitled to attend and vote at this Meeting : viz., Subscribers of 10s. 6d. a year or upwards, Donors of Ten Guineas or upwards at one time, and every Baptist Minister who makes an annual collection in behalf of the Society.

JUBILEE SERMON. ON FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22ND, THE JUBILEE SERMON will be preached in KINGSGATE CAAPEL,

By the Rev. THOMAS Fox NEWMAN, of Shortwood.

Service to commence at Seven o'clock.

ANNUAL MEETING.
The Annual Public Meeting will be held in BLOOMSBURY CHAPEL,

ON TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 26TH.
The Chair to be taken at half-past Six o'clock, by Sir S. MORTON
Peto, Bart., M.P.

The Rev. John ALDIS, of Reading; the Rev. J. P. MURSELL, of Leicester; the Hon. and Rev. BAPTIST W. Noel, M.A.; S. R. PATTISON, Esq., of London; and the Rev. W. TARBOTTON, Secretary of the Irish Evangelical Society, have engaged to speak.

*** The Committee have much pleasure in announcing the above arrangements, and trust that the attendance of friends of Evangelical truth in Ireland will shew that their attachment to this important Mission is earnest and devout. The present year being the Jubilee of the Society the Meetings will be of more than usual interest.

The Word is still acceptable to the people. We ask the prayers of our peo brethren that it may be blessed more and more."

Rev. C. J. Middleditch.

COLERAINE. Mr. TESSIER, the pastor of the church in this town, writes :

“ Ireland still crieth out for help. Poor temporally, her spiritual need is far greater. The fertility of her soil is a contrast to her spiritual barrenness. To help the needy is the work of Charity. This poverty may be traceable, in a great degree, to the withering influence which Popery hath over every true religious principle. We thank God that there are some green spots in this desert. All parts of Ireland are not alike unfruitful. The clear gospel ring is heard from many pulpits, and Christ is preached as the way to the Father. Ireland's great need is the gospel. We cannot boast, as a denomination, of having numerous churches in Ireland, but we can rejoice in the few who remain faithful to primitive institutions. The society renders valuable assistance to our churches, and is a means of preserving the Baptist in. terest. Baptists in Ireland have as much to contend with as Baptists anywhere. The strong Presbyterian element that prevails throughout the north, is a barrier to Baptist principles. The poverty of the people hinders them also in their desire to spread evangelical doc. trine. Independent of this, Popery with stands the heralds of the Cross. The constant migration from the shores of Ireland is felt in most religious communities; many of the brightest young men, the hope of the church, going else where to seek more remunerative em. ployment. I do not know whether any of our ministers, as yet, are found sitting upon the stile weeping the loss of their congregations, and preparing to depart to the land of “bread” and “sunbeams;" but the population is certainly moving. There are multitudes, however, who re. main behind, that need religious instruction, and many are hungering for the bread of life. Need I say that there is a wide field for Christian labour in Ireland? All parts will not be alike productive. In large towns, and in thickly populated districts, there is hope of our cause prospering. Influences favourable to the growth of a church in England are essential here. That church prospers where God is. “Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." Let me assure you still of the spiritual prosperity of the church at Coleraine. If a note were out of tune, I should not better by striking it. Our harmony remains unbroken.

Mr. Carson, of Tubbermore, gives the following narrative of proceedings during the last year :“MY DEAR BROTHER

“ March is come again, and matters here are pretty much as when I made my last annual report. In referring to our church book, I find that'we have lost considerably by dismissals during the past year. Not less than ten are on record. I know of no cause except the continued depression in this country, and the cheering prospects abroad. Five of our number have been removed to their eternal rest, leaving behind them pleasing remembrances of their faith and joy. One of them-a wife and a mother -made a most touching allusion on her death-bed to the time and occasion of her conversion. It was in the Sabbath school, she said, under the earnest appeals of our late beloved brother Graham she learned Christ; and oh ! how ar. dently she spoke of the value of that in. stitution, and of our brother's labours ; pressing on me, as I sat by her side, the importance of looking well after the young.

" During the past year five have been received into fellowship, concerning whom we have the most satisfactory evi. dence that they have turned to God. But against this we must put on record the exclusion of four, who belonged to the number admitted during the Revival season. There was, as we now see, some chaff among the wheat; but blessed be God! we can say only some. By far the greater part continue steadfast, and adorn their high calling.

“We have just been revising our Church Roll, and in doing so, we have found in it names that ought to have been removed years ago, but through some oversight, still remained. These we have now removed; and the total number now remaining, after this and all other deductions, is 226.

“ The Sabbath school prospers. It contains all, or nearly all, the young con. nected with our people, very many of whom come from great distances. Our young people we regard as the hope of the cause; and we are most anxious to have the seeds of truth and Christian duty early implanted in their breasts.

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