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they cannot be regularly engaged in without serious detriment to the health of the Society's Officers, unless connected with proper intervals of repose.

NEW ASSOCIATIONS.

During the year, New Associations were formed, at Lostwithiel and at Redruth, in Cornwall; at Pinner, Walthamstow, and Carshalton, in the vicinity of the Metropolis; at Hertford, and at Northampton, for the respective Counties ; at St. Neots, in Huntingdonshire; at Stratford-on-Avon, in Warwickshire; at Louth, in Lincolnshire; and at Stocktonon-Tees, in the County of Durham. Branch Associations have been formed—at Lynn, for that town and the western part of Norfolk, in aid of the County Association—at Lane-End and at Burslem, in aid of the North Staffordshire; at Atherstone, in aid of the Tamworth—at Coleford, for Newland and Coleford, in aid of the Gloucestershire —at Prescot and at St. Helen's, in aid of the Liverpool and West-Lancashire—and at Haltwhistle. Ladies' Associations have been formed—at Redruth—at Monmouth—at Painswick, in aid of the Gloucestershire—at Shoreditch, in aid of the NorthEast London; at Southgate, in aid of the Edmonton; at Walthamstow, in aid of the Association in that Parish ; and at Pentonville, in aid of the Clerkenwell—at St. Neots—at Kettering—at Bedford—and at Wrexham. In Ireland, Associations in aid of the Hibernian Auxiliary have been formed at Naas, Fethard, Clonmell, and at Dundalk for the County of Louth.

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Brentford - - - 23 12 4 Brewham (Somersetshire) - 5 15 0 Bridewell Chapel - - 41 11 11 Bridgwater and Vicinity - 44 11 ° Brighton - - 141 0 0 Bristol - - - 1917 12 2 Broadway Church - - 88 5 3 Bromsgrove - - - 14 6 0 Bucks, South - - 222 3 7 Camborne (Cornwall) - - 13 13 0

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Dewsbury - - - 101 12 IDoncaster - - - 110 0 Dorchester - - - 120 7 Dudley * - - - 51 9 Edinburgh Auxiliary - - 350 0 Edmonton - - - 162 0 Elvetham (Hampshire) - - - 26 0 Emberton & Filgrove (Bucks.) 8 0 Epsom - - - 66 8 Falmouth - - - 59 6 Flintshire and Denbighshire, 20 8 1 Frempton (Lincolnshire) - 10 10 Gainsborough - • 101 1 Glasbury (Brecon) - - 9 Glentworth (Lincolnshire) - 16 5 Gloucestershire - - 1045 71 Godshill, Isle of Wight - - 4 0 Godstone (Surrey) - - 41 12 Guernsey - - - 364 4 Guildford - - - 297 3 Halifax (Nova Scotia) - - 13 16 Halifax (Yorkshire) - - 196 17 Hampstead - - - 196 16 Harrow (Middlesex) - - 153 0 Hastings and Oare - - 68 14 11 Helston - - 81 1 10

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. & Hindon (Wiltshire) - • 14 12 Hornby (Yorkshire) - - 29 7 Horwood, Little, (Bucks.) - 7 5 Huddersfield - - - 398 16 Hulcott (Bucks.) - - 3 12 Hull & East Riding - - 550 3 Isle of Man - - 28 12 Islington Ladies - - 84 2 Jersey - - - 99 0 Kendal - - - 37 11 Kennington - - 26 19 Kent (includ. Blackheath Asso.)776 4 Kevill (Wiltshire) - - 13 4 Keighley (Yorkshire) - - 1910 Kingsclere (Hampshire) - 18 0 Kirkby Lonsdale - - - 106 15 Kirton (Lincolnshire) - - 10 15 Knaresborough - - 186 10 Lambourn (Essex) - - 17 0 *::::::::::::::...'...}}<9. 18 (see also Preston Association).5" Leeds - - - - 425 0 Leicestershire - - - 963 1 Liddington cum Caldecot - 17 8 Lincoln - - - 159 17 Liskeard - - - 5 12 Liverpool & West Lancashire, (including §es 4 ciation, 186l. 10s. 2d.) Lock Chapel - - - 70 11 Long Preston CYorkshire) - 31 13 Lostwithiel - • 21 1 Louth - - - 185 5 Lympsham (Somersetshire) - 22 0 Malmsbury - - - 27 18 Malta - - - - 11 0 Manchester & E. Lancashire, 950 0 Marsden (Yorkshire) - 9 6 Martock (Somersetshire) - 44 8 Meon, East, (Hampshire) - 1 0 Meon, West, (ditto) - - 1 10 Micheldever and Stratton - 18 19 Monmouth and Vicinity - 52 13 Montgomeryshire - 39 4 Morden - • - 30 13 Nazing (Essex) - - 3 18 Newcastle-upon-Tyne - - 143 13 Norfolk and Norwich • 913 15 Northamptonshire - - 592 8 North-East London - - 585 15 North-West London - - 154 2 North Shields - - so 10 Nottingham - - - 309 5 Nuneham (Oxfordshire) - 2 18 Olney - - - 40 13 Ossett (Yorkshire) - - 22 0. Padstow (Cornwall) - 5 9 Penrith - - • 36 16 Penryn - - - 89 0 Penton (Hampshire) - • 10 0 Penzance - - 130 4 Percy Chapel - - 332 4 Pinner (Middlesex) - - 28 3 Pontefract - • 90 0 Portsmouth, Portsea,&Gosport,142 6 Pontypool - - 70 3 Preston - - - 232 18 Pyrton (Oxfordshire) - 5 0 Queen-Square Chapel - 72 0 Redruth (Cornwall) - - 53 8 Retford, East - - - 246 13 Richmond (Surrey) - - 173 0 • 10 0

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Among the Individual Friends who have continued their zealous exertions in behalf of the Society, the Committee particularly notice the receipt in the year of 1131.5s. by Mrs. Williams of Moor Park, making a total of 324!. 15s. 7d.—125l. 3s. 10d. by the Rev. John Hill of Oxford, making a total of 7631.—and 100l. from a few friends by S. Bellbroom, Esq. making a total of 1100l. LEGACIES. The remembrances of departed friends are always received with a melancholy pleasure by the Committee. Under this head they have to enumerate the following— Mr. Gerrard Eggers, late of Kingsland Road—all his funded property. Mr. Benjamin Starey, late of the Poultry—the sum of 100l. in contingency. James Lake, Esq. late of Broadmayne, Dorset— the sum of 100l. at the death of Mrs. Lake; and a portion of the residue of his property in contingency. Thomas Kilvington, Esq. late of Ripon, Yorkshire—the sum of 100l. - Rev. Cornelius Neale, late of Chiswick; in the event of Mrs. Neale's death before the deaths of the majority of her children, and during the minority of any of her children—the sum of 100l. annually.

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Richard Hughes, Esq. late of Ilfracomb, Devonshire—a contingent Legacy of 1000l. Miss Fripp, late of Bristol—the sum of 400l. Miss S. Spitta, late of Colchester—the sum of 51. Miss Elizabeth Hensley, late of Bath—the sum , of 10l. 10s. Miss Sarah Scott, late of York—the sum of 100l. free of Legacy Duty. Mrs. Ann Ogle, late of King's Lynn–the sum of 25l. Mrs. Parry Price, late of the City of Chester—the sum of 100l. r Rev. Isaac Aspland—a moiety of his property, after the death of Mrs. Aspland. Robert Giles, Esq. late of Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square—the reversion of 331.6s. 8d. Three-perCent. Consols. Charles Grant, Esq. late one of the Vice-Presidents of the Society—the sum of 200l. The revered name last mentioned revives the painful recollection of the loss which the Christian World has suffered in the departure to his eternal rest of that distinguished individual. Your Committee thought it right on the melancholy occasion of his death to put on their Minutes a record of the respect with which they cherish his memory, and which they will now lay before the Meeting. The death of Charles Grant, Esq. one of the Vice-Presidents of this Society, having been communicated to the Meeting, the Committee, in recording the event, feel that it is due to the memory of their lamented friend, and to their own sense of his value, to record, also, the expression of their deep regret for the loss of one, who, for more than half a century, was the cordial and consistent Friend of the Principles of their Society. In early life, and amidst the j disadvantages and temptations of India, as it then was, he maintained the purity and integrity of the Christian Character; and, before he quitted that country, which he had benefitted alike by his public labours and by his private example, he was enabled, through the Divine Mercy, to provide, for those whom he left behind, the blessings of Christian Instruction, by purchasing the Mission Church at Calcutta, and presenting to it the late excellent David.

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