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BAPTIST CHAPELS IN AND NEAR LONDON.

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20. Blandford Street, Manchester Square W. B. Boweg.....

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20. Borough Road, Southwark............... J. Stevenson, A.M. General Baptist... m.

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w. Brick Lane, Old Street ..... .... J. A. Jones

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th. Brompton (Alexander Square)......... T. C. Finch ........... Association ....... m.

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th. Camberwell (Coldharbour Lane)....... E. Steane, D.D......Association ....... m. a.

e. th. Charles Street, Paddington........ W. A. Blake....

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20. Jubilee Street, Mile End Road ........ S. Packer

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10. Keppel Street, Russell Square......... S. Davies

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m. Lewisham Road, Greenwich............. J. Russell

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GENERAL SOCIETIES INCLUDING BAPTISTS.

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.

Formed, 1799. OBJECT :-“The circulation of small religious books and treatises, in foreign countries as well as throughout the British dominions." INCOME, year ending March 30, 1844

£51,767 11 11 EXPENDITURE

51,029 128 Treasurer, Samuel Hoare, Esq., Hampstead. Secretaries, Rev. Robert MONRO, M.A., and Rev. EBENEZER HENDERSON, D.D.

Corresponding Secretary, Mr. William JONES, 56, Paternoster Row.
Assistant Secretary, Mr. William Tarn, 56, Paternoster Row.

Collector, Mr. George Robinson, 56, Paternoster Row.

SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.

Formed, 1803. OBJECTS :—“lst. To stimulate and encourage Sunday school teachers, at home and abroad, to greater exertions in the promotion of religious education. 2nd. By mutual communication, to improve the methods of instruction. 3rd. To ascertain those situations where Sunday schools are most wanted, and promote their establishment. 4th. To supply books and stationery suited for Sunday scbools at reduced prices. In carrying these objects into effect, this society shall not in any interfere with the private concerns of Sunday schools." INCOME, year ending April 24, 1844

£1747 4 8 EXPENDITURE

1677 17 25 Treasurer, William Brodie Gurney, Esq., Denmark Hill.

Secretaries-
Mr. WILLIAM H. WATSON.

Mr. Robert LATTER,
Mr. PETER JACKSON.

Mr. William GROSER.* Offices, 60, Paternoster Row. * It may prevent the repetition of inconvenient mistakes to say, that this is not the minister of the game name, the editor of the Baptist Magazine, but a relative who has been for many years an active member of the Sunday School Union Committee.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.

Formed, 1804. OBJECT:-“ To encourage a wider circulation of the Holy Scriptures without note or comment: the only copies in the languages of the United Kingdom to be circulated by the society shall be the authorized version." INCOME, year ending March 30, 1844

£98,359 2 4 EXPENDITURE

84,669 8 President, Right Hon. Lord Bexley. Treasurer, John Thornton, Esq.

Secretaries-
Rev. Andrew BrandraM, A.M., Beckingham, and Rev. George Browne, Clapham.
Superintendent of the Translating and Editing Department, Rev. J. JOWETT, M.A.
Assistant Secretary, Mr. William Hitchin, 10, Earl Street, Blackfriars.

Assistant Foreign Secretary, Mr. John Jackson.
Depositary, Mr. Richard Cockle, 10, Earl Street, Blackfriars.

Collector, Mr. William Davies, 10, Earl Street, Blackfriars.

GENERAL SOCIETIES INCLUDING BAPTISTS.

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN SCHOOL SOCIETY.

Formed, 1808. OBJECT :-“ Promoting the education of the labouring and manufacturing classes of society of every religious persuasion.' INCOME, year ending Dec. 31, 1843

£10,079 1 0 EXPENDITURE

9,475 16 11
President, the Duke of Bedford.
Treasurer, Samuel Gurney, Esq., 65, Lombard Street.
Secretary, Henry Dunn, Esq., Central School, Borough Road.

Collector, Mr. Thomas Boulton, 44, Essex Street, Strand.

PEACE SOCIETY.

Formed, 1816.
OBJECT :-“ The promotion of permanent and universal peace.”
Income, year ending May 20, 1844

£1685 17 3 EXPENDITURE

1717 14 10 Chairman, John Lee, Esq., LL.D., F.R.S. Treasurer, Samuel GURNEY, Esq., 65, Lombard Street.

SecretariesRev. J. HARGREAVES, Waltham Abbey, and Rev. J. JEFFERSON, Stoke Newington.

Collector, Mr. A. Brockway, 19, New Broad Street.

AGED MINISTERS' SOCIETY.

Formed, 1818. OBJECT :-" The relief of aged infirm protestant dissenting ministers of the presbyterian, independent, and baptist denominations, in England and Wales, accepted and approved in their respective denominations ; who having been settled pastors of congregations, have resigned their office in consequence of incapacity by age or other infirmities.” INCOME

£451 19 EXPENDITURE

390 96 Secretary, Rev. T. Russell, M.A., Walworth. Collector, Mr. Isaac Hailes, 27, Francis Street, Walworth.

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THE WIDOWS' FUND.

Formed, 1773. OBJECT :-“ The relief of the necessitous widows and children of Protestant dissenting ministers." INCOME, year ending April 9, 1844

£4019 19 5 EXPENDITURE

3758 14 4 Treasurer, Stephen OLDING, Esq., Clement's Lane.

Secretary, Mr. H. K. SMITHERS, 3, Crescent, Minories. Collector, Mr. I. Hailes, 27, Francis St., Walworth, and 31, Budge Row, London. From whom Forms of Petitions and every other information relative to this charity may be had.

PROTESTANT UNION.

Founded, 1799. OBJECT :- The benefit of the widows and children of protestant ministers who subscribe in conformity with its rules.

INCOME and EXPENDITURE, about £2000 per annum.
Treasurer, W. ALERS HANKEY, Esq., Fenchurch Street.

Secretary, Rev. John Hunt, Brixton Rise.

ORPHAN WORKING SCHOOL.

Founded, 1760. OBJECT :-"To provide food, clothes, lodging, and education for orphans and such other necessitous children as shall be elected by the subscribers."

INCOME and EXPENDITURE, about £2000 per annum.

Treasurer, John REMINGTON Mills, Esq.
Secretary, Mr. Joseph Soul, 20, Brunswick Parade, Islington.
Collector, Mr. J. Harrison, 21, Doris Street, Kennington Cross.

NEW ASYLUM FOR INFANT ORPHANS.

Founded, 1844. OBJECT :-“ To board, clothe, nurse, and educate the infant orphan under eight years of age; and until he shall be eligible to enjoy the aid of those institutions which provide for the fatherless above that age.”

FUNDAMENTAL Law:-" That it being the design of this charity to receive and bless the fatherless infant, without distinction of sex, place, or religious connexion, it shall be a rule absolute, beyond the control of any future general meeting, or any act of incorporation, that, while the education of the infant family shall be strictly religious and scriptural, no denominational catechism whatever shall be introduced, and that no particular forms wbatever shall be imposed on any child, contrary to the religious convictions of the surviving parent or guardian of such child.”

Treasurer, Joseph Tritton, Esq.
Sub-Treasurer, ANDREW REED, D.D.
Secretary, Rev. JAMES SHERMAN,

Trustees-
JOSEPH Tritton, Esq.

John Wilks, Esq.
ANDREW REE), D.D.

Rev. JAMES SHERMAN.
Bankers, Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, Tritton, and Co.

Sub-Secretary and Collector, Mr. W. StruDWICKE.
Office, 32, Poultry, London, where the forms for the nomination of candidates, and information

relative to the charity, may be obtained.

WALTHAMSTOW GIRLS' SCHOOL.

Established, 1838. OBJECT :-“ The education of the daughters of missionaries." “ That there be provided a comfortable residence, education, board, washing, ordinary medicines, and books; and that the total charge to the parents or guardians shall not exceed £12 per annum for each child under ten years old, and £15 for all above that age; if clothing be included, £5 per annum extra. The education to be liberal and respectable ; attention to domestic affairs to be taught at a suitable age. The whole to be conducted with a strict regard to utility, habits of economy, and comfort." INCOMB, year ending April, 1844

£1339 18 3 EXPENDITURE

1468 7 6
Treasurer, JOSEPH TRUEMAN, Jun., Esq.
Secretaries, Mrs. F. A. Cox, Hackney, Mrs. FouloER, Walthamstow.

Corresponding Secretary, Miss Wills.
Collector, Mr. HINE, 10, Allan Terrace, Kensington.

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WALTHAMSTOW BOYS' SCHOOL,
OBJECT :--The education of the sons of missionaries."

Treasurer, W. D. ALEXANDER, Esq.
Honorary Secretary, Rev. J. J. FREEMAN, Blomfield Street.

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