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8. d. Islington Chapel, (Sac. Col.) 10 10 0 A. Mirrielees, Esq., St. Petersburgh

10 0 0 Leek, per Mr. J. Alsop . 8 10 0 Blairgowrie, Congregational

Chapel, Rev.J. Tait 8 4 6 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 6-8 1 6 Latimer Chapel, collection. 7 1 6 Barnsley, per Rev. B. Beddon.

5 1 0 Liverpool, Toxteth Chapel . 5 0 0 Finchley (Sac. Col.)

5 0 0 Margate, Zion Chapel

5 0 0 New Court (Sacramental Collection)

4 0 0 Exeter, Grosvenor Chapel 4 0 0 Wick, per

Rev. J. Sime. 3 10 6 H. Harvey, Esq. .

3 3 0 Chelmsford, per Mrs. Bow

3 1 6 Mundesley, Mrs.W.Fletcher for Rev. J. Read

3 0 0 Turvey, Rev. R. Cecil and Friends

2 10 0 Walmersley, near Bury. 2 13 0 Red Hill, per Rev. J. Adams.

2 0 0 City-road Chapel

1 15 0 Woodbridge, per Rev. J. Ross

1 12 B

£ 3. d. Kenilworth, per Rev. J. Button

1 12 0 Corfe Castle Collected .. 1 16 Rev. G. Hubbard 010 0111 6 Ross, per Rev. W.F. Buck. 1 11 0 Mr. Everard and Mr. Smart, Nuneaton

1 10 0 Long Buckby, young Friends, by Rev. J. Apperly

1 6 8 Adderbury, Rev. J. Crickett and Friends,

1 5 0 New Lanark Juvenile Auxiliary.

1 4 0 H. R. ,

1 1 0 Coverdale Chapel, E Tindale, Esq.

1 0 0 Claremont Chapel, per Mrs. Hughes

1 0 0 A Friend, Point in View 1 0 0 A Friend, Southport .

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MISSIONARY CONTRIBUTIONS

From Ilth November, to 10th December, 1851, inclusive.

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1 0 0 A Friend.

1 0 0 Friends at Melbourn, per W. H. Nash, Esq.

0 12 0 A Friend near Maidenhead 0 10 0 J. S. N.

0 10 6 Mrs. Pinchback, Manpingtree.

0 10 0 Barnsbury Chapel Sunday. school.

0 5 6 Miss E. Partridge, Stroud 0 5 0

Total . £1665 16 4

2. s. d.

1. g. d. Mieses Goody and Mise E. Galliard .. 0111 Cooke

0 17 6 Misses S. Wells and

Missionary Boxes. S. Stanes ...,

1 18 4 Master Booker ..... 086 Misses E. and Anne

Miss Ferris ........

0 6 7 Mayhew

0 11 2 Miss Freeman. 0 6 3 Misses M. and A.

Misses Grove, Young Mayhew 1 9 10 Ladies at

1 16 6 Mieses Harkness ... 0 5 10 Miss Hardy

0 4 Misses Merril 161 Master llardy 0 3 8 Misses Tessier and

Mise llawes... 0 5 4 Beasley ..........

9 10 0 Miss Shore, The late 0 6 1

1

1. 8. d.
1. 8. d.
1. 8. d.

1. s. d. WORCESTRRSRTRE.

Missionary Boxes.

Mr. Hutton ........

050 A Young Lady, by Wichbold.

Elizabeth Meredith 0 3 0 Mrs. Hutcheson.... 0 6 0 Miss Dickson, for
Sabbath-school Chil-

Jane Griffiths
0 6 3 Collected by Mrs.

the Bahurutsi
dren..............
05 Miss Jane Morris 0 3 4 Stewart-

Mission
A Friend
O 18 10 Eli Havard

0911 Mr. William Keeller 0 5 0 Fanny Perks ...... 09 Collections at the

Mr. James Low ....

0 5 0 Kintore, Mr. and
Ers. Bd.: 11. 53.
Missionary Prayer
Collected by Miss

Mrs. Rough, in
YORKSHIRE.

Meetings.
0 6 2 Cathro-

compliance with West Riding Auxiliary, A Friend

o so Miss Cathro...."

0 2 0 the dying wishes
D. Griffiths
per J. Crossley. Esq.

and
Mrs. Craford

of
0 2 0

their three Wakefield,Zic Cha

Family
1 0 0 J. Cathro

0 1 0 children, Agnes, pel, proceeds of

Public Meeting .....

i 3 6 Geo. Paterson ...... 0 2 0 George, and Mary, Missionary Bas

61, 4s. 9d.
David Walker..... 019 per

Mr.

Rev. ket 13 10 0

81. 178. 3d.

900

Simpson.
RADNORSHIRE.
Halifaz. Harrison-

Lindsay-street Chapel.
road Chapel Sun-
Brongroyn Hermon.

Melrose, Congrega-
Public Meeting ....

Rev. D. Cooke.

0 16 0 day-school for the

3 111 Collection ..........

tional Church ....

1
Repairs of the John
Williams......

7 06
Llanelly.

Nontrose.

Forfar. Cleckheaton, Sub

Park-street Chapel.

Rev. W. Lowe.

Collection CongreCollection, less 12s.6d. scriptions and Do

Collection .........

gational Chapel, nations

5 1 1
Expenses
37 2 4

Kev. H. Hercus., 481 From Miss Fleu

Letham.

Collected byreau's Investment,

SCOTLAND.

Rev. J. Masson.

Miss Marg. Fairly.. 1 14 6 for Native Teach

Aberdeen.
Collection

Misg Anne Valen-
2 50

tine er, James Scott .. 10 0 0 Meston's Hall Sab.

10 ev. James Scott, of bath-school ......

Arbroath. 3 10 0

Misses Mary John

Helen Earlsheaton, for

Rev. J. Gillies.

ston and merly Minister at

3 111

Japp
Dalkeith.
Collection

3 08 Cleckheaton..(D.)1000 East United Pres

Missionary Box ....

Misses Carnegie,

2 0 6
West Riding Anni-
byterian Church.. 10 00 A

Bridge-street (D) 0 to O
Young,
Girl's

Mrs. Hercus' Mis-
versary, held at
Mr. Mitchell's Male

First-fruits

0 1 0 Wakefield in June.

Class
0 10 0 A Friend, per Rev.

sionary Box ...... Collections after

101. 108.
J. Gillies.
0 5 0

19 122 Sermons hy Rev.

Dundee.

51.78 2d. J. KennedyW.

Blairgowrie.
E. Baxter, Esq.(A.) 100 00

Less Expenses.. O 80
Guest, H. J. Gam-
G. Armistead, Esq.

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

10 0 0

For the Sufferers by
Miall, also at the

Ditto.....
(D.) 20 0 0

the Kaffir War .. 8 4 6 Public Meeting &

St. Andrew's.
W. E. Baxter, Esq.
Public Breakfast,

Public Meeting, Town
(A.) ..............
5 00

85 19 1 less exs. 31. 08. 6d. 99 11 8

9 130

Hall...

Less Expenses.. 3 9 0
Halifax, Masters

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

82 3 4

Society.

5 0 0

Mr. Johnston ... and Henry Cross

G. Rough, Secretary. ley, Beech-hill.... 2 0 0 Ward Chapel, Sab

Edinburgh.

Mrs. D. Stevenson.. 0 10 0

Professor Brown.... 50 Bramley-lanc Cha

bath-school ..
0 10 0 A Disciple...

100 0 nel. Collection.... 590 Ditto, for two Or.

0 100

Bailie Brown Brighouse, Collecphan Girls,

A Tea-dealer, for tionsandSubscrip

Salern

6 10 0

Argyle-square. tione

110 34 16 5

Mrs. Wm. Smith ..
71.

For the Missionary Ship.
Bradford, for the
Collections, &c., by Deputa-

Collected by -
relief of the Suf-
tion.

1100 Miss Litang ..

1 13 6 ferers in South Ward Chapel, Rev.

Miss W. Mac Ewen 1126 Less Expenses.. 086 Africa from the

R. Lang -
Miss Rankine...... 1 10 0

10 11 6 Kaffir War-(See

Collection

38 60

Miss Clarkson.... 1 0 0 List)... 60 2 6 Mry. Wright....(D.) 5 0 0

Miss F.W.Galbraith 0.17 0
For general pur-

Public Meeting ....
5 4 0 Miss J. B. Stott

0 16 6
poses.
.465 2 6

481. 10s.
Miss Alexander

NOVA SCOTIA.

0 18 10 Halifar, Sion Cha

Master W J. W.

Pictou, W. Mathepel, Miss Louisa Princes-street Chapel. Muir

16 0

son, Esq. Hope Milne, for

Rev. A. Hannay. John Finlayson 0 31
Naiive Teacher,
Collection ... 4 10 0 Agnes Ramsay 0 6 9

DEMKRARA.
John Priestley ... 10 0 0 Collected by Miss

Hunter-square, S.S. 3 10 3 Ebenezer Chapel, Collections.......... 39 5 6 Walker

Davie-street, ditto..

018 6

Sunday - school Square Chapel do...J2011 Mrs. William James O 7

0 Interest ор

the

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

chase & Coil of Leeds, for general

Miss Walker
05 0 Exs. 70. ; 141. 165. 9d.

Rope for the John
purposes.
...... 147 00 Collected by Miss

Williams .........

1 5 6 For Female Educa

Ann Tindel

Collections by Rev. R.
tion in India
Mr. John Bain .... 0 5 0

Redpath, M.A.
For Mrs. Porter's
Mr. Charles Thom-

Forres.

LEGACIES.
School, Madras ... 21 0 0

son ....
0 5 0 United Presbyterian

Of Miss Ann Cutler,
For Mrs. Campbell's
Mr. Charles McLag-

Church, Rev. A.L.

luto of Clerken School, Bangalore 18 00 gan

0 5 0 Simpson..

4 0 0

well, per M. F. For Mrs. Buyers's Mr.John McLaggan 0 2 0

Inverury:

Austin, Esq., Duty School, Benares .. 14 0 0 Mies Ann Tindel 0 1 0

China ...:

........ 1000

1

Rev. J. Miller.

paid

.10000 0. I. Rowland.... 0100 Collection...

7 0 of Miss Jane Croome, #1241 79 Collected by Miss

Missionary Box ...

0 18 7 late of Ugford, per Marshall

Keith.

Mr. J. Phipson,
Collection

3 2 0 . Including 6121. 9s. Ac- Mr. John Baxter,

Birmingham,.... 1000 knowledged last month. Stannergate ...,

050
10l. 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 shall....

0 3 0 his late Father's

(through the Ta.
Collected by Mrg.
Estate for the Na-

bernacle Aurili.
Hay.
Hutcheson
tive Teacher John

ary), Duty paid ..800 0 0 Collections ..........

9 14 7 Mr. Alexander Law 050 Kirkwood ........ 10 0 0

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

Treasurer, and Rev. Ebenezer Prout, at the N[ission 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 Prout, and payable at the General Post Office.

LONDON: REED AND PARDOX, PRINTERS, PATERNOSTER ROW.

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THE

EVANGELICAL MAGAZINE,

AND

MISSIONARY CHRONICLE.

FOR FEBRUARY, 1852.

MEMOIR OF THE LATE REV. GEORGE BALDERSTON KIDD,

OF SCARBOROUGH.

Tax best use to which we can apply “ Hail, noontide shade in peaceful bower! the removal of the righteous from our

Here would I spend a cheerful hour,

For here true pleasures live; midst, is to coinmend their holy exam.

More real joy I find alone, ple to those who survive. They may Upon this seat of brick and stone, thus become a blessing even after their

Than mirth can ever give.” decease, as they were a blessing during But then, no less than up to the day their life-time, by their active benevo- of his death, a remarkable cheerfulness lence and consistent piety. The fra and frankness of disposition and mangrance of their memory becomes an in- ner were characteristic of him, so that centive to virtue, no less than the thoughtfulness and the love of books charm of their living goodness when it were tempered in no degree, in him, bloomed in our midst, having "good with sourness of temper or ascetic sereport of all men, and of the truth clusion. In 1809, we find him devoting itself."

himself, with ardour and exemplary The subject of our present notice was diligence, to the study of medicine, born at Cottingham, Yorkshire, on the under a respectable firm of practition28th of July, in the year 1794, where ers in Scarborough, and securing the his father, the Rev. Anthony Kidd, confidence and esteem of his employers then held the pastorate over a Congre- by his demeanour. As some young gational church. From his earliest persons, in a similar situation of deyears he delighted in study and thought- pendence and trust, may probably read ful occupations; indicating, even then, this narrative, we extract, with pleasure, by his general habits, the precision, the following sentence from a letter of and devotion to research and specula- Dr. Travis, extending his period of retion, which marked bis after life. When creation on a visit to his friends, in the a boy of twelve or thirteen years of year 1812: “I know I can depend on age, we record, as a mere indication of your punctuality; and your general character, that he wrote the following attention and good conduct demand inscription for a retired seat in his every indulgence from us that business father's garden :

will allow."

VOL. XXX.

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