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gelize. "A Christian Spaniard having The result of this conversation was, occasion to visit a shoemaker's shop, is that the man sought for, and obtained, constrained to listen to the tale of his religious information, which he, in his unhappy lot. 'How can it be other. turn, communicated to his family. Nor wise,' was the reply, when you never did the good end here. Three of his bring your wants to the Almighty? Do workmen, struck by the change which you desire to do this, the means is they saw in their master, at first from through prayer; and be sure of one curiosity, afterwards from better mothing, the Lord never forsakes those who tives, applied for religious tracts and trust in Him. But your way is totally books. These were at once given them, opposed to that marked out for us in His and now, master and men, forming a Holy Word, and you can never obtain congregation of eleven or twelve, meet the peace and hope of His children, till to hear the Gospel.-Missionary News. you give yourself to him.'”.

NOTE FROM REV. W. MILLER, JULY 7, 1868. YESTERDAY the Sanitary Commissioner for to be useful to them in after life. I need Bengal, who had been down to Pooree to scarcely say they are also carefully educated, devise measures for lessening the evils both in a secular and moral point of view. attending the pilgrimage, especially in re. They are in good physical condition, and gard to cholera, visited the orphanages. I evidently extremely happy. The great give you his remarks in the Male Orphan value of such an institution as this is age Book:

almost incalculable. The good effects of "July 6th. I visited the Orphanages its working will be even more conspicuous with Dr. Stewart. The Rev. W. Miller five or ten years hence than they are now. kindly took us round the establishments. I can scarcely describe in a note of this I have been greatly interested in seeing kind the very deep interest with which I hundreds of native children who must have looked into the details of the Peyton otherwise bave been friendless treated with Sae Male Orphanage. the utmost kindness and care. They seem

Signed, Ďan. B. SMITH, M.D." to be well trained in every occupation likely

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Contributions
RECEIVED ON ACCOUNT OF THE GENERAL BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY,

FROM SEPTEMBER 20th, To NOVEMBER 20th, 1868.
£ s. d. 1
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£ s. d. Allerton ... ... ... ... 12 5 0 Denholme ... ... ... 6 7 0 | Mountsorrel - Miss E. Audlem ...

... ... ... 6 3 7 Derby, Mary's Gate ... 14 12 3
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Marshall ... ... ... 0 4 0 Bacup ... ... ... ... 1 15 0 Ditto-Mrs. Challoner 1 0 0 Ockbrook-Mrs. Goodall 2 0 0 Barton and Barlestone 27 15 7 | Derby, Osmaston Road 15 1 7 Quorndon & Woodhouse 8 5 0 Belton ... ... ... ... 3 5 3 Halifax ... ... ... ... 39 ( 4 | Sheffield, on account... 4000 Birchcliffe ... ... ... 24 2 9 Hathern ... ... ... ... 1 5 6 Shore ... ... ... ... 3 15 0 Bradford-Miss Wood

Heptonstall Slack ... 17 11 2 Smarden-Mrs. Mills... 0 10 head ... ... ... ... 1 1 0 London-Major Farran 2 0 0 Do. - Miss M. A. Burton-on-Trent... ... 15 0 0 Ditto-Miss Dunbar,

Welch ... ... ... ... 0 18 4 Caversham, near Read

for Miss Packer's

Stantonbury ... ... ... 0 19 6 ing-E. West, Esq. ... 500 School-by Rev. W.

Tarporley ... ... ... 51 2 10 Clayton ... ... ... ... 12 0 2 Bailey ... ... ... ... 0 8 6 Vale, near Todmorden 5 10 0 Crich ... ... ... ... 0 3 0 | Mansfield ... ... ... 6 4 3 Wirksworth & Shottle 7 13 3

Subscriptions and Donations in aid of the General Baptist Missionary Society will be thankfully received by T. HILL, Esq., Baker Street, Nottingham, Treasurer; and by the Rev. J. C. PIKE and the Rev. H. WILKINSON, Secretaries, Leicester, from whom also Missionary Boxes, Collecting Books, and Cards may be obtained.

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