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vice are found universally connected. still the field is too extensive to be Among them, there is no knowledge brought under cultivation without of God; no observance of religious many more agents. In the efforts worship; no marriage ; no morality; made by other religious bodies to and no solace of religion in life or increase the means of instruction in death. That portion of the yearly these important colonies, the Comamount of the subscriptions made mittee greatly rejoice; but they by the religious public for the sup- justly add, that united, and even port of the Wesleyan Missionary greatly enlarged, exertions will still Society, which has hitherto been leave an immense number of Neappropriated in aid of the West India groes, for many years, without the missions, being already very consi- ordinances, the light, the comfort, derable, cannot be much enlarged, and the control of our Divine reliowing to the pressing claims of the gion. They therefore lay this brief Society's numerous missions in Cey- statement before the religious publon and continental India, West lic generally, and particularly before and South Africa, New South Wales, those who are interested more imVan Dieman's Land, Tongataboo, mediately in the West Indies, wheNewfoundland, and other places. ther resident in Great Britain or in The Committee have at their disposal the colonies, and solicit their aid in for this work a considerable number this work of piety and charity; a of approved and zealous candidates work which for many years was for missionary labour, whom they carried on by the Society's Miscould employ in extending the be- sionaries, amidst much reproach nefits of religious instruction in the and opposition, which have, hówWest Indies, had they the means of ever, now greatly diminished, in meeting the expenses of their voy- consequence of the evidence which age, and that moderate allowance
on every side presents itself of the which is made for their support. effects resulting from their labours; The number of missionaries actually and a work in which many very vaemployed in the West Indies has luable lives have been sacrificed to of latě been increased by the aid excessive labours and pestilential afforded by the liberal subscriptions diseases; but which has amply remade to the fund by many benevo- paid the whole in the blessings it lent proprietors, who encourage, to has imparted, and the prospects it the utmost of their power, the moral has opened to religion and benevoimprovement of their people; but lence.
Rev. W. Fisher, Ilfracombe Prebend, Rev. L. A, Cliffe, Wilton juxta Taunin Salisbury Cathedral.
ton Perp. Cu. Rev. C. Atlay, St. George with St. Rey. Chas. Crook (rector of Bath), to Paul R. Stamford.
St. Mary Magdalen Chapelry, in Holloway, Rev. L. P. Baker, B. D. Impington V. and Mastership of the Hospital annexed. co. Cambridge.
Rev. T. F. Dibdin, Exning V. Suffolk. Rev. C. Beetham, Bunny V. Notts. Rev. G. Hole, Chulmleigh cum Dod
Rev. T. S. Biddulph, Brockley R. So- discomleigh R. Devon. merset.
Rev. Geo. Knight, Hagbourn V. Berks. Rev. Willoughby Brassey, Melcombe Rev. W. Knight, Stevington R. Hams. Regis Cur.
Rev. D. M'Cairy, Vig Church, co. Ross. Rev. A. Burnaby, Asfordby R. Lei- Rev. T. Musgrave (Lord Almoner's cestershire.
Professor of Arabic, and Fellow of TriRev. W. Clark, (Professor of Anatomy, nity College), Over V. co. Cambridge. and Fellow of Trinity college) Arrington Rev. T. B. Newell, Salpecton Perp, y. co. Cambridge.
Cur. co. Gloucester.
Rey. N. Orman, Great Barton R. Suffolk. Rev. W. Molineaux, Sheriff Hales V.
Rev. H. Pearce (late Conduct of King's Salop. Col. Cambridge), Hemingby R. co. Lincoln. Rev. Frederick Parry, Threapwood Per
Rev. W. S. Preston, Bowness R. co. petual Curacy, co. Flint. Cumberland.
Rev. Hen. Rycroft, Mumby V. co. Rev. James Scholefield St. Michael's Lincoln. Perp. Cur. Cambridge.
Rev. S. Farmer Sadler, Sutton-underRev. Thomas Vowler Short (Censor of Brailes R. co. Glouc. Christ Church, and Senior Proctor at Rev. John Symonds, Walcot R. Wilts. Oxford,) Stockleigh Pomeroy R. Devon. Rev. T. Vaughan, Billingsley R. Salop.
Rev. Wm. Slatter, Hethe R. Oxon. Rev. C. W. St. John Mildmay, HolyRev. E. Smyth, N. Elkington R. Line. well Perp. Cur. Oxford. Rev. Mr. Strong, elected Vicar of Pains- Rev. J. P. Wood, LL.B. Chaplain to wick, co. Glouc.
Duke of Sussex. Rev. G. D. Perkins, and Rev. Dr. Rev. Frederick Twisleton, S.C.L. ChapHatton, Chaplains to his Majesty. lain to Bp. Hereford.
Rev. H. B. W. Hillcoat, Chaplain to Rev. T. Bissland, Chaplain to Lord Duke of Sussex.
Bexley. Rev. George Hume, Domestic Chaplain Rev. H. V. Bayley (Sub-Dean of Linto the Marquis of Ailesbury.
coln) to be Archdeacon of Stowe. Rev. Thomas Wyatt, Domestic Chap- Rev. Mr. Troughton, Huntingdon Preb. lain to the Earl of Guilford.
Rev. Mr. Carr, Minor Canon in St. Rev. T. Beckley, Stratton All Saints R. George's Chapel, Windsor. Norfolk.
Rev, J. Curwen, Harrington, R. Cumb. Rev. H. J. Earle, High Ongar R. Essex. Rev. T. Frognall Dibdin, M. A. alternate Rev. M. H. Goodman, Bitton V. Glouc. Morning Preacher of Brompton Chapel. Rev. J. Hubbard, Horstead R. Sussex. Rev. H. Sanderson Fisher, Arkendale
Rev. G. P. Boileau Pollen, Little Book- Perp. Cur. co. York. ham R. Surrey.
Rev. F. Fleming, Lorton Per.Cur.Cumb. Rev. S. Sheen, Stanstead R. Suffolk. Rev. Peter Davy Foulkes, Abbotts Rev. C. L. Swainson, St. Mary, Edge- Bickington Perp. Cur. Devon. hill, Perp. Cur. Lancashire.
Rev. W. Godfrey, Ravenstone V.Bucks. Rev. Wm. Riland Bedford, Rector of Rev. C. Hall, Terrington R. Yorkshire. Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, one of the Rev. Mr. Lavie, Abdon R. Salop. Dom. Chaplains to the Marquis of Lothian. Rev. Robert Vanbrugh Law, Waverham
Rev. G. Glover, M. A. Archdeaconry V. Che:hire. of Sudbury:
Rev. George Orgil Leman, Stoven Perp. Rev. T. R. Bromfield, Gaia Major Pre- Cur. Norfolk. bend, Lichfield.
Rev. Mr. Sheppard, Eaton Constantine Rev. Edward Edwards, Leighton Broms- R. Salop. wold Prebend, Lincoln.
Rev. Peter Steeman, Whitechurch V. Rev.j T. Adin, Charlotte Town R. Devon. Prince Edward's Island, and Chaplain and Rev. Robert Stirling, Galston Church, Missionary.
in the shire of Ayr. Rev. James Baines, Warton V. Lancash. Rev. M. Townsend, Thornbury V. co. Rev. W. Barnes, Richmond R. York. Glouc. Rev. M. Barnett, Ludford Parva R. Rev. J. Vane, Worcester V. Shropshire. Lincoln.
Rev. Richard Wood, Askrigs Perp. Rev. F. Barrow, St. Mary V. Sandwich. Cur. Yorkshire.
Rev. Francis Bedford, South Ormsby Rev. Henry Wright, Maisemore Perp. R. with Ketsby, Calceby, and Driby an- Cur. co. Gloucester. nexed, co. Lincoln.
Rev. J. M. Wright, Tatham R.Lancast. Rev. P. Belcher, Heather R. Leicesters. Rev.G. Rolleston, Scampton V.co. Linc.
Hon. and Rev. W. Eden, one of the six Rev. M. West, Teffont Mevias R. Wilts. Preachers in Canterbury Cathedral.
Rev. J. Starr, North Tawton R. Devon. Rev. George Hutton Greenhill, Moul- Rev. T. Sworde, M. A. Bungay St. ton R. Suffolk.
Mary's Perp. Cur.; also Evening LecRev. Warwick Oben: Gurney, Ashton turer of that parish. Bottrel R. Salop.
Rev. E. Thackeray, Louth R. Ireland. Rev. H. Humphreys, Prince Harwell Rev. Z. S. Warren, Dorrington V. Linc. V. Berks.
Rev. G. D., Whitehead, Salixby V. Rev. W. Milton Hurlock, Hellington Lincoln. R. Norfolk.
Rev. E. Postle Colney R. Norfolk. Rev. Peter Johnson, B. D. Wittenham Rev. J. Powell (Head Master of MonEarls .V. Berks.
mouth Grammar School), Lecturer on Mr. Rev. Wyndham Knatchbull, B. D. Al. Jones's Foundation in that town. dington cum Smeeth R. Kent.
Rev. O. Raymond, Middleton R. Essex. Rev. G. Beckett, Epworth R. co. Linc. Rev. Jeremiah Smith, D. D. (High
Rev. Johu Law, B.D. Broadworthy V. Master of Manchester Grammar School) Devon.
St. Anne R. in that town.
Rev. S. Raymond, Flempton cum Hen- Rer. William Wood, Llanvihangel, grave R. Suffolk.
Heligon Living, co. Radnor. Rev. F. Rowden, B. D. Cuxham and Rev. George Greaves, Chaplain to the Ibstone RR. Oxon.
British Factory at Archangel. Rev. W. Read, Domestic Chaplain to Rev.J.Jones, Amlwch P. Cur. Anglesey. the Duke of Clarence.
Rev. John Edmund Jones, Chaplain to Rev. H. H. Mogg, Domestic Chaplain Baroness Dowager Lavington. to the Marquis of Aylesbury.
Rev. Mr. Burgh to be Dean of Cloyne. Rev. W. Pitman Jones, Domestic Chap- Rev. R. Hood to be Dean of Kilmaclain to Baroness Dowager Lavington. duagh.
Rev. A. Goode, jun., one of the Chap- Rev. W. Venables Vernon, M.A., (son lains of the Hon. East India Company on of the Apb. of York,) Canon Residenthe Bombay station.
tiary at York. Rev. W. Barnes, Chaplain to the Duke Rev. G. Wilkins, Normanton Prebend, of York.
in the Church of Southwell. Rev. T. Henshaw, Chaplain to Duke Rev. Archd. Wrangham, Ampleforth of Cambridge,
Prebend, at York. Rev. E. Nepean, Chaplain to Visc. St. Rev. T. Gaisford, Regins Professor of Vincent.
Greek, Caddington Major Prebend, St. Rev. G. Hodson, Chaplain to the Bishop Paul's. of Gloucester.
Rev. Henry Cotton, Killardry Prebend, Rev. W. Dewe, Chaplain to the Cam- at Cashel, with Vicarage thereof annexed. bridge; the Rev. T.Quarles, to the Sybille; Rev. Charles Phillips, B.D., Treasurer and the Rev. J. S. Cox, to the Spartiate. and Canon in Cathedral of St. David's.
Rev. J. Hallewell, Chaplain on the Rev. C. Alcock, Empshott R. Hants. Madras Establishment.
Rev. J. J. C. Adamson, St. Leonard's Rev. F. R. Broomfield, a Prebend in Parochial Chapelry, Padiham, Lancashire. Lichfield Cathedral.
Rev. W. Astley Browne Care, B.A., Rev. George May Coleridge, Whit- Flixton Perp. Cur. near Manchester. church Prebend, in Wells Cathedral. Rev. C. H. Cox, St. Mary Magdalen V.
Rev. M. Barnett, Ludford Parva R. Oxford. Lincolnshire.
Rev. T. F. Dil'in, R. New Church, Rev. C. Bridges, Old Newton V. Suffolk. Wyndham place, A arylebone.
Rev. W. Chambers, B.D., Ashbury V. Rev. J. R. Fisblake, Little Cheverel Berks.
R. Wilts. Rev. John Croker, Clonnelly Cloarca Rev. J. C. Franks, Huddersfield V. united Vicarages, Diocese of Limerick. Rev. Gatenby, Overton V. nearYork.
Rev. George Henry Curtois, South Rev. J. Gedge, Humberstone V. Line. Willingham R. Lincolnshire.
Rev. Mr. Haw ins, St. Mary V. Oxford. Rev. J. Davis, Chepstow V. co. Monm. Hon. and Rev. H. Hobart, D.D., (Dean
Rev. J. Earle, Watton Curacy, near of Windsor,) Fulmer V. Bucks. Driffield, co. York.
Rev. J. Holdern, Shaw Perp. Cur. Rev. M. Hogg, West Winch R. Norfolk. Rev. T. E. M. Holland, Stoke Bliss V.
Hon. and Rev. Henry-Edward J. How- Herefordshire. ard, Slingsby R. Yorkshire.
Rev. C. Hull, Terrington R. Yorkshire. Rev. W. Jones, Bedfont V. Middlesex. Rev. J. W. 'luntley, Clanfield V. Oxford. Rev. J. Marston, Stokesay V. Salop. Rev. J. Kiik, Barrie Church, co. Forfar. Rev. Mr. Mason, Skipsea V. co. York. Rev. Benj. Lefroy, Ashe R. Hants.
Rev. Josiah Pratt, B.D., St. Stephen, Rev. R. Leicester, Hurlington V. Bedi. Coleman street, V. London.
Rev. E. Şmi h, Stow Mary's R. Esser. Rev.G.Pyke, Wickhambrook V. Suffolk. Rev. J. G. Storie, Camberwell V Surrey. Rev. J. Richardson, Crambe V. and Rev. C. T. Longley, Cowley Cur. Oxon. Hulton Ambo Chapelry annexed, Yorksh. Rev. W. H. Neale, Chaplain to Gosport
Rev. Thos. Robinson, Milford with Bridewell. Hordle V. Hants.
Rev. T. Robinson, Milford V. Hants. Rev. Wm. Beauclerk Robinson, Lit- Rev. S. Payne, Ardagh Living, Fretand. lington R. Sussex.
Rev. J. M‘Shane, DunmanwayLiv. Ireld. Rev. Francis Rose, Woughton R. Bucks. Rev. J. Handcock, Tashinny Longford Rev. J. Sheepshanks to the endowed Living, Ireland. Chapel of Torquay, Devon.
Rev. R. D. Freeman, Ardnageehy Liv. Rev. T. R. Smith, Startforth V. Yorksh, Ireland.
Rev. R. Thomas, Hoenswell Perp. Cur. Rev.T.P. Lefanu, Abingdon R. Ireland. co. Lincoln.
Rev. R. St. Laurence, MirossLiv. Ireland. Rev. R. Uvedale, HogsthorpeV.Lincoln. Archd. St. Laurence, Ballivinny Liv.
Rev. Jonathan Williams, Rhyader Perp. Ireland. Cur. Radnor.
DISPENSATION. Rev. Jas. Wood, D.D., Freshwater R. Rev. G. Tuberville, to hold the R. of Isle of Wight.
Whichford, co. Warwick, rith Hanley Rev. W. H. Langley, WheatleyCar. Oxon. Castle.
470 Cambridge ........ 55, 180, 385, 451, 807
House, ..... 736
261 Charity, Encouragements and Discou-
Children Management of 309,541, 768, 769
of Religious Parents
... 195, 452, 590
475 Christ, Characteristics of his Glory 741
Benevolence and Condescens
proved to be the Messiah 145
Harbinger of bis Glory 745
610 Christianity, beneficial Effects of 85, 562
compared to Light
confirmed by Opposition . 145
113, 230 Christian distinguished from Moralist .. 561
Observer, American Character
...... 670, 674
.... 278, 411 of England Articles (see Articles)
State of ..... 121
Rome .. S1, 125, 135, 201, 597
835 Clergy are Conservators of Morals....722
... 112, 115
on Provision for the
Poverty of the
411 Clergymen's Daughters, Schools for... 520
315, 800 Congregationalism (see Independency)
536 Controversy,Cautions in conducting 245, 274
also Slavery, &c.) ........ 688, 764 France 66, 125, 127, 193, 261, 589, 591,
597, 663, 737, 801, 824
399 French Clergy
786 Future Judgment (see Day of Judgment)
Dairyman's Daughter ...,
557, 566 Geology (see Mosaic Cosinogony)
598, 729, 844
Glasgow, Pauperism diminished in 638
Glay School Institution
102 Communion with
114 Justice of
speaks to Man
Good Men, Sins of.
103 Gratitude to God
........ 119 Great Britain--Public Affairs 67, 130, 180,
195, 262, 328, 398, 463, 587, 605,
121 Greek Church .............. 51, 63, 203
. Testament vindicated
24 Heathens, Conduct towards .... 224, 561
259 Hell (sec Day of Judgment)
189, 391, 814
65, 67, 130
• 160, $37
Life (see Life)
Hymn, Bishop Heber's
... 11, 15, 82 Kenn's Morning and Evening.. 488
413, 470, 537, 610, 677,755 India 119, 182, 255, 316, 319, 386, 388,
511, 524, 655, 731, 735, 804, 816