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(Ollections and Anonymous Donations (only) received by the Treasurer, fron

April 20 to May 20, 1812) Ve are desired to correct a Mistake in the Insertion of the Account of the Contributions from Bath, in the last Month's Magazine. They should have been inserted thus:

Transmitted from Bath, by the Rev. Dr. Haweis. I. s. d,
A Friend (a Lady)

Dirto (a Lady)
Ditto (a Lady)

Ditto (a Lady)
A Creole Maid Servant
A young Gentleman, for a ship for the Missionaries
A young Lady
A young Gentleman
A Friend
Received since by Dr.Haweis. A Lady, 201.-Ditto, 31. 55. 25 5

69 9 Rev. W. Kingsbury, Cavershan, and Friends

8 18
Rev. J. Guard and Congregation, Liskea d
A Friend and Wellwisher, Moomouthshire
Contributions. at Bristol, by the Rev. Mr. Jackson, of Stockwell
A Lady, by the Rev. C. Atkinson, Ipswich
An old Widow's Mite, Painswick Post-mark
Wycomb School Offerings, by the Rev. Mr. Tracy
A Friend, by ditto
A Friend to the Health of the Vineyard, by Mr. Reyner

Rev. Mr. Harris and Friends, Fordhain

8 10 A Friend in Scotland, by the Rev. J. Scott, Hull

R. S. 6,
Collections at Salem Chapel, on occasion of Sermons preached there

by the Rev. J. Vautia and the Rev. G. Thom
Collection at Swan Hill Chapel, Shrewsbury, after Sermons

preached by the Rev. T. Weaver, Sunday, April 26 Friends by him

55 15

139 Friends at Chigwell and Chigwell Row, by the Rev. Mr. West 13 15 Two Friends at Bocking

Two Ladies, by Mr. A. Pellatt
A Friend, by the Rev. C. Buck
A pious Female Domestic, per J. C. Junior
Collections at Orange Street Chapel, after Sermons preached by the
Rev. 1. Townsend and the Rev. T. Lewis

82. 10

Collections at the Rev. J. M. Ray's Meeting-house, Sudbury, Suffolk 44 2.9
Collection at the Monthly Missionary Prayer Meeting, by the Rev.
Dr. Smith, Hackney

33 7
Rey. T. Strahan and Congregation, Romford, Essex
Rev. D. Bogue's Congregation, &c. Gosport, including ul. from the
Soldiers of the Inverness-shire Militia

115 II
Collection at the Meeting, Staines, by the Rev. J. Yockuey
Rev. Mr. Leifchild and Congregatioh, Kensington

Gift of a German Friend, by the Rev. Mr. Steinkopff
Rev. Mr. Kent and Friends, Gravesend
Rev. G. Williams and Congregation, Gate Street Chapel

28 II

4 Rev. Mr. Slatterie and Congregation, Chatham

67 Rev. Mr. Hunt and ditto, Chichester

Rey. Mr. Keyworth and ditto, Sleaford

9 TO
C. B. Petersfield, by Mr. Payne
Friends, by lev. J. Brown, Walsham, Norfolk
Rev. Moses Davies and Friends, Guyhirn
Rev. J. Flower and Congregation, Titchfield
Congregation of the Upper Meeting at Westbury
Frieods at Burnham, by Mr: Joseph Trumpor
Rev. Mr. Walker and Friends, at i'eppard
Rey. C. Howell and Friends, at ilton

Rev. Mr. Knight and Congregation at Kingston, by Rev. G. Thom

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Rev. Mr. Green ani Congregation, Uppingham
Rev. J Townsend and Congregation, Bermondsey

25 14 Rev Messrs. &loper and Elliott and Congregation, Devizes

26 I2 Rev. Mr. Ward and Friends, Market Lavington, Wilts

II O Coliection at Winchester, by Rev. E. A. May

7 o Miss H Yorkshire

IO G. F, by the Rev. Dr. Collyer

10 O
A Family, by Weekly Subscriptions, per Rev, C. Buck
A Frieod, by the Rev. Mr Steill
F. and E. B. Stroud, by the Rev. J. Burder
Rev. G. Townsend and Congregation, Ramsgate
Collected after a Sermon preached iu a Baro at Stapleford, by the

Rev. J. Audley
Rev. G. Lamberi and Congregation, Hull

59 3 Widow's Mite, by the Rev. J. Phillips

I o A Friend to Missions, by ditto

1 A Friend to the Missionary Cause, by the Rev. Dr. Williams

5 Rev. Dr. Cracknell and Friends, Wcymouth

II Rev. Mr. Slatterie and Friends, Chatham

9 9 Miss C. K by the Rev. T. Lewis

I A few Friends at Barnet, by the Rev. Mr. Morrison

I 12 A Friend, by the Rev. Mr. Jones Society at Pertenhall, by the Rev. J. K. Martyo Collections at Hargrave, by the Rev. J. M. Longmire

6 10 M. W. a Female Domnestic, by Mr. Wilks

6 6 Rev. T. Adkins and Congregation, Southampton

63 18 Rev. J. Aruodel and Friends, Whitby

6 16 One fourth Produce of an Auxil. Society, Exeter, by Rev. P. Allea

8.688 Staines Auxiliary Missionary Society, by the Rev. J. Yockney A Friend at Worcester A Lady ditto, by the Rev. E. Láke A Society of young Meu in the Countess's Connection at Worcester, by the Rev. E. Lake

3 15 0 Bethnal Green Aux. Society, by small Contributions and Collections 90 8 ir Wandsworth Prayer Meeting

0 Female Society at Gosport, for translating the Scriptures into the Oriental Languages

I 70 A few young Men of the Rev. Mr. Saville's Congregation, Colebester 3 A Penny Society at Matlock, by the Rev. J. Wilson

6 Collected by a few Friends, at a Prayer Meeting held in Pear tree

Strect, Goswell Street
Auxiliary Society, instituted June 23, 1811, at the Rev, T. Towne's
Meeting, Royston, Cambridgeshire

16 o O Apprennice Boys Evening Free School, Hull, in Weekly Subscriptions

3 5 6 Four young Persons at Bocking

O 15
Members of Prayer Meeting at Mr. Ray's, Sudbury, Soffolk
Tabernacle Sunday School Children, by Mr. T. Barritt
A few young Ladies of the Rey. R. Stodhart's Congregation, saved
from their Pocket Money

III 6 Children at School, by the Rev. Mr. Maslin, of Hertford


O The Children of a Sunday School under the care of Mr, Fox, of Betbal Green Road

I 13 3 Rev. Francis More and Friends, a Plymouth

IO o
A poor Woman
Sunday School at the Rev. Mr. Bogue's, Gosport

2 0 Sunday School at Sion Chapel

4 0 Misses Saunders’ Ladies Boarding School, Market Lavington Young Ladies of Mrs. Pritchard's Boarding School, Bristol Teachers and Children of a Sunday School, Uttoxeter Young Ladies at Miss Priestley's School, Isliugton Miss Priestley's School, Islington Islington Chapel Sunday School Children Sunday School Children, Bristol

2 o Sunday School Children, at Lady H.'s Chapel, Bristol

2 17 6 Miss Brewer's Day School, Tabernacle Walk


6 Tabcrnacle Charity School

I 9. 2 Auxiliary Society meeting at Hope Chapel, by J. C. junior


© Aviount of Anniversary Collect, as io p. 240, with Additions since

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The subject of this Memoir was born at Staines, in Middlesex, Feb. 24, 1784. He had the happiness, we have reason to believe, of being brought, early in life, to the saving knowledge of God. It might be said of him, as of young Timothy, that fiom a child, he knew the holy Scriptures. He had the

advantage of pious instructions; and they were blessed to his soul. He was preserved from many of the sins and follies of childhood and youth. He was remarkably dutiful, and careful to please his parents; so that they do not remember an instance in which his conduct gave them uneasiness. At a very early period he manifested an attention to private and public devotion; and even then, he was a monitor in the family, to remind them of the time of prayer-meetings, and of public worship. His early knowledge of the grand truths of the gospel, and his acquaintance with their practical influence, he considered as proois of the distinguishing goodness of God.

His friends, as he grew up, were desirous of placing him in some situation which might have been for bis temporal advantage. He was perfectly ready to acquiesce in whatever they thought proper to propose ; – but as they knew that his mind was seriously disposed, and as they believed he possessed true piety, it was suggested to his consideration, whether it would not be more agreeable to him to enter on a course of education for the ministry, than to engage in any secular calling. He answered, If I might indulge the thought that I should ever be able to speak in public, nothing could so fully meet my wishes.'-A youth of so much promise seemed designed by the great Head of the Church for the honourable office of the Christian ministry. Mr. Heudebourck's father and the family, before this time, had removed from Staines to Taunton. “ After having, while young; received a suitable education, he entered on a course of acadeinical studies, in the seminary at Axminster, about the commencement of the year 1800. It affords pleasure to those with whom he was



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