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Jones's do. Chalford 11 11 0 Tozer's do, Tampton 11

Parker's do. Stockport 8 0 Golding's do, Pounsford

White's do. Lymington 12 5 0 Wintou's do. Bishop's Hull 8 0 0 Cobbin, London

1 Wallace's do. Chestertield 13 4 6 Clare's Cong. Downton 7 Jerrard's do. Coventry

21 0 0 Harris's do. Fordham 3 2 0 Newton's do. Witham 12 15 A Lady, anonymous

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Mr. Worsley, London

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FRENCH PROTESTANTS.

In Cammenter of the DISSENTING MINISTERS, who first santured to

At a Meeting of the Committee of the Pro

testant Dissenting Ministers of the Three
Denominations, held at Williams's Li-
brary, Red Cross Street,' on Monday,

January 29, 1816,
It was unanimously Resolved,

Tuat the Committee, at length, feel it an
imperious duty to declare publicly, that they
have never had any connection with the Asso-
ciation denominated, “The Protestant Society;"
---that, from sufficient evidence, the Committee
can assure the Public of the correctness of
their published Statements ;-and that the Con-
tributions which have been, or still may be, en-
trusted to their care, continue to be highly ne-
cessary, and will be appropriated to the effici-
ent Relief of the Protestants in the South of
France, whose sufferings have not only equal-
led, but exceeded, the representations given
by this Committee.

Thos. MORGAN, Sec.

these means, and ani neaus wat my van v proon purpose to have a pretexi 10 persecute them.”

“I cannot report any legal proceedings against the anthors of these atrocities , but when Count la Garde received a wound by an infamous assassin, instantly the Government, in the name of the King, cry out for justice, in a proclamation ! Lately an assassination was committed at Alais. The assassia was a Catliolic. Immediately the authorities are in motion,-the prefect gres tu Alais. But places

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FRENCH PROTESTANTS.

Tue COMMITTEE of the Dissenting MINISTERS, who first rintored to esponse the Caire of the persecuted Protestants, and who bave for some time stood forward alone, for their protection and relief; congratulate the Friends of Religious Freedom on the gradual ascendancy of truth, and the dispersion of ignorance and prejudice too long confirmed by the conduct of those by whom they ought to have been assailed.

Had the Committee only succeeded by their constancy, in restoring the British Public to its babitual candour and generosity, they would bave rendered an important service t their country; but when they have been able, in adılition, to collect resources for the destitute and oppressed, they feel satis-* fied that their persevering efforts will be ultimately and permanently approved both in England and in France.

In spite of the quiversal terror which suspends iu France ordinary correspondence, and the special apprehension which prevents all free communication on the part of the Protestants, - though persons are exposed to sudden aud arbitrary arrests, – though letters are opened at the post-offices, and packages are stopped by the police; yet every week furnishes the Committee with fresh proof of ihe past suffering and the present insecurity of the Protestants,--of the spirit of persecution which actuates the authorities, and of the beneficial effects of the continued efforts of the Committee, io diminishing the evils which surh a spirit would produce. From various articles of information the following Extracts are selected.

“'TIFRE were many Protestants, and almost all those of the class called Gentlefolks, who were as mach royalists as Louis the 18th ; and though it is trae, that many of the lower orders were for Napole-n, it is a fact to be accounted for from the unhappy and irritating circumstaoces in which they were placed.

“The government is becoine extremely jealous of the interference of the English in this affair : it made enquiries in the provinces for the letters that had been sent, and it restrained all correspondence between the Ministers of England and those of France; and the letters of those who have sent them, were written either under the command of government, or in its views, and with a desigo to flatter it. Such are the letters of M.- Pasteur demand of M. Pusteur de -- which have been published in the Moniteur. The first excires my indignation by its tone, and the second by its falsepess. A letter was also sent from hence; the writer of that deeply regrets now a phrase which he used, --a word at least, which wants exactness but which he then belie ed to be just. “ At present (says he) the protection of governnent, is fully exerted in favor of the Protestants." The word fully ought to be replaced by partly. The massacres and pillages have ceased, and one can go to his temple without death,--that is all : a malevolent and a revolting partiality continues to prevail against the Protestants!”

“ More than two thousand persons have been plundered and subject to forced contribations,-more than ninety country-honses, belonging to the Protestants, have been destroyed or burnt, --inore than one hundred und filly houses have been pillaged in the city of Nismes, - more than thirty females have been stripped of all their garments in the street wben naked, have been whipped till the blood ran down, and so dreadfully wounded that eight are dead. The immediate agents of the borrors were taken from the lowest, classes ; but they have been enlisted by officers with epaulets. The city of Nismes having been taxed 400,000 francs, for its part of the contribution of 100 millions, a list of 174 persons who were liable was made in which there were 147 Protestants, 10 Jews, 17 Catholics. They endeavour, hy these means, and all means that they can employ, to make Protestants Bonapartists, on purpose to have a pretext to persecute them."

“I cannot report any legal proceedings against the anthors of these atrocities ; but when Count la Gardie received a wound by an infamous assassin, instantly the Government, in the name of the King, cry out for justice, in a proclamation ! Lately an assassination was committed at Alais." The assassin was a Catholie. Immediately the authorities are in motion,--the prefect gies lu Alais. But what

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