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have been made to these yards, each yard containing from five to ten or twelve adult occupants.

“It will give you pleasure to know that I have the privilege of meeting the Bible-workers week by week on Wednesday, from six to seven a.m., for prayer and reading the Scriptures. Occasionally two or three Christian friends meet with us, to unite in supplications for the Divine blessing on our own work, and on Bible-work throughout the world.

“I have been much interested in the little pamphlet, "The Bible the Best Story Book,' No. 2. My experience of more than twenty years entirely accords with it. The · Missing Link' is very welcome to us. Before you kindly sent it, we only saw it occasionally.

“ Allow me now to commend our work to your kind sympathy and aid. Here we obtain no assistance, and, with the exception of your remittance of last year, through our dear friend, Mr. Clark, and a small sum from a valued friend in England, we have been favoured with no other help.

Out òf our own small income we find it very hard to spare the amount required, and, indeed, unless the funds at your kind disposal allow you again to assist us, we fear we shall be compelled to abandon the effort. This we should very deeply deplore.

I am, faithfully yours,

“ M. EAST."

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE EDITOR.

A new Tract is just issued by our dear friend JOHN ASHWORTH, called “ The Bible-woman,” which he requests us to commend to the attention of our readers. As all he writes is so widely read, it may, by the blessing of God, introduce us to fresh helpers and sympathizers with the main end of our mission. We have received £173 less this November than we did in the same month last year, and yet seem called, by the growth of Romanism in this London of ours, to repair diligently our late retrenchments in the numbers of Bible-women. We pray that the month's receipts of December, January, and February may as usual bid us go forward and not backward in all our undertakings. The right kind of women are afresh offering themselves. We have given due account of our expenditure, and now need continued support for all our branches.

Contributions to the LONDON BIBLE AND DOMESTIC FEMALE Missions can be received by the Honorary Secretary, Mrs. Ranyard, 13, Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, London, W.C.; by the Hon. A. Kinnaird, M.P., addressed to the Bank of Messrs. Ransom and Co., No. 1, Pall-mall East; also at the Bank of Messrs. Barclay, Bevan, and Co., 54, Lombard-street; and by Messrs. Nisbet and Co., Booksellers, Berners-street. Money Orders should be made payable at the Post-office in Burtoncrescent, W.C., in the name of "Ellen Ranyard,” and cheques crossed Ransom and Co.

FOR LONDON BIBLE AND DOMESTIC FEMALE MISSIONS.

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Money received between Oct, 15th and Nov. 15th, 1872. GENERAL FUND.

Brought forward

£ 260 2 £ 8. d. Hillier, Mrs.

1 0 A. Y. 0 1 0 Heath, Miss, Jersey

1 0 A. 0. U.:: 0 10 0 Hoar, Mrs. and Miss C.

1 0 Anonymous 20 0 0 Hiles, Mr.

0 5 A. P. 0 10 0 Hudson, Miss

1 1 Aikenhead, Mrs. 5 0 0 Hudson, Miss H. E.

1 1 0 Alexander, Mrs. 5 0 0 Heath, Miss

0 3 0 Annie 0 15 0 J. E. É.

0 5 A. S. 0 1 6 Kelk, Mr.

2 0 A. B. 2 0 0 Langston, Miss..

0 5 Arkwright, Rev. W. 1 0 0 Longridge, Mrs.

5 0 Bible Class, Southborough 1 0 0 Lindsey, Miss

2 0 Barker, Miss

3 10 Liebenrood, Captain, R.N. (monthly) 1 0 Black, Mrs. 3 0 0 Milward, H., Esq.

1 1 0 Bruce, Miss 0 10 0 M. K.

1 0 0 Brown, Charles Hunter, Esq., Nel

Mitchell, Mrs. ::

3 0 2 0 0 Mason, Mrs.

0 10 Carter, Mrs. H. W. :: 1 0 0 Money, Mr. W. J. H.

2 0 Cornelia 0 10 0 Mary

1 0 Chepmell, Mrs... 0 10 6 M. 8. c. ..

5 0 0 Collected by Mrs." Bourdillon,

Newton, Mrs.

5 0 Woolbeding 1 5 0 Ogilvy, Mrs. Thomas

5 0 0 C. A.

0 3 0 Pattinson, Miss, byC. B. M.

05 0
Miss Brown

0 5 0 Cramp, Mrs., by

0 10 0
Miss Pattinson

0 5 0 Callcott, Miss 1 10 0 Pakenham, Admiral

25 0 0 Crowley, Mrs. 5 0 0 Poole, Mrs., by..

0 5 0 Dawson, the Misses 2 0 0 Russell, Mrs.

5 00 Dunlop, Mr. Vans 1 10 0 Read, Mrs.

2 0 0 Devonshire, Mrs. 0 10 0 Robertson, Mrs.

03 0 Ersham House, Canterbury(monthly) 0 12 Scott, Miss

1 0 0 Evans, Miss 1 0 0 Stanford, Mrs.

2 0 0 Edwards, Rev. ., by

Stuart, A. C., Esq.

5 0 0 Rev. T. Edwards 1 1 0 Schonswar, Miss

1 0 0 Miss Sanders 0 10 0 S. T. Y.

1 10 0 Exeter, Dowager Marchioness of 600 0 Townskend, Miss

2 0 0 Ewart, Mrs. 3 0 0 T. P.

05 0 Friend, a, Westmoreland 12 10 0 Timæus, Mrs.

0 10 0 F. W. 0 5 0 Twopeny, Miss (monthly)

1 2 0 Gurney, J., Esq. 10 0 0 Thomson, Mrs...

0 2 0 Greame, Mrs. Lloyd (monthly) 0 12 0 Turnley, Miss, byGay, Mrs.

10 10 0

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£357 10 0

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£100 4 3 Messrs. Duden and Sons

0 10 0 John W. Peacock, Esq. 0 10 0 E. Ewin, Esq.

0 10 G. Gibbs, Esg.

0 10 0 Joseph Bridley, Esq.

0 10

0 T. S. Gainford, Esq. 0 10 0 N. Starkey, Esg.

0 10 0 Messrs. Margetson and Co.

0 10 0 S. Chew, Esq.

0 10 0 Mrs. Stevenson..

0 10 0 S. and J. Axtell, Brakin, and Co.

0 10 0 Messrs. Kinden, Powell, and Co.

0 10 0 W. Figs, Esq.,

jun.

0 10 0 Small sums

.. 1 13 0 MINT-STREET, No. 1. Miss Heales

12 10 0 UPPER NORWOOD).

By Miss A. Curtis-
Mrs. Coleman

0 10 6 Mrs. F. Coleman

0 10 6 Miss Payne

0 10 0 Mrs. Deacon

0 10 0 Mrs. Megaw

1 Mrs. Harrison

1 1 0 Dr. Dean

0 10 0 Small sums

0 10 6 MITCHAM.-By Mrs. Mills

8 15 2 BROMLEY COMMON.-Miss Wells 5 0 0 VI.-WESTMINSTER, S.W.

By Miss Baxter-
Miss Childers

1 0 0 Baxter, Esq...

10 00 TURK'S ROW.-By Mrs. Paget

Friends by Miss Neave 3 0 0
Mrs. F. Paget

12 00 VII.-CRAVEN, W.-Mrs. Clapp 18 0 0 KENSAL.-By Mrs. Shield

500 FOXLEY-ROAD

By Mrs. McPherson 8 0 0 GERRARD'S CROSS.-A. B.

10 0 0 SOUTHEND, KENSINGTON.Miss Lawson

9 18 0 VIII.-CAMDEN TOWN, N.W.

Mr. and Mrs. Rosher.. 4 10 0 PORTMAN MARKET. --By Miss SowardMrs. Jamson

0 5 0 T. D. Archibald, Esq... 7 0 0 Miss Devey

5 0 0 PORTLAND TOWN.By Mrs. Bentley

4 15 6 RANELAGH.J. Dell, Esq.

2 0 0 Miss Smith

3 0 0 DUKE-STREET.-L. B.

30 0 0 ST. PANCRAS.

F. A. Hamilton, Esq... 45 0 0
Rev. Canon Thorold .. 10 0 0

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1.-CLERKENWELL, E.C.-By Miss SnelgarMrs. J. Snelgar..

1 1 0 WHITECROSS-STREET.

Lady M. Sandon and
Miss Peel

27 11 4 OLD-STREET.-Mrs. Padgett

0 10 0 II.-ST. GILES, W.C.-Mrs. Burnell 3 0 0 Miss Burnell

2 0 0

i CROMER-STREET.

By the Misses Stuart 1 15 0
By Mrs. Odhams-
Miss Stubbs

0 10 0 Mrs. Odhams..

0 10 0 BAGNIGGE-WELLS. --By Mrs. Andrews St. Jude's Church

3 14 8 GORDON-SQUARE.

Sherborne Friends 4 1 0 III.-ISLINGTON, N., No. 1.

By Miss Wilson

C. H. Lovell, Esq. 20 0 HIGHGATE.-By Mrs. Viney

0 19 6 ELDER-WALK.-By Miss EmslieHare-court Chapel

.. 10 0 0 IV.-SPITALFIELDS, E.The Misses Shittler

0 7 0 COVENTRY-STREET.-Miss Ord

3 18 9 NORTON FOLGATE.-A Friend

1 10 0 KING EDWARD-STREET.

By Mrs. Skelt-
Mr. Boak

1 0 0 HOUNDSDITCH.-Mr. Hill

050 BUCKHURST-HILL. By Miss Robins

8 2 6 WANSTEAD.By Mrs. Bland

2 0 0 VICTORIA DOCKS.-By Miss Boyd.. 10 0 NORTH Bow.--Mrs. Schnadhorst 096 V.-BERMONDSEY, S.E. Miss Churchyard

2 2 0 BERMONDSEY-WALL.-By Miss Figs.

Miss Charlesworth 1 1 0
Messrs. Barclay, Per-
kins, and Co...

2 0 0 John Dixon, Esq.

1 1 0
Miss Ostler Palmer 1 1 0
Messrs. Whittard and
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BIBLE-WOMEN NURSES' FUND.
Mrs. O'Hallorun

2 0 0 W. J.

1 1 0 Messrs. J. B. and T. Ü. Perks

1 1 0 Messrs. Courage and Co. i 1 0 T. S. Norton, Esq. 1 1 0 Messrs. Brandram,

Brothers, and Co. 1 1 0 A. Lafone, Esq...

1 1 0 J. E. Hepburn and Sons 1 1 0 Messrs. Carbutt and Co. 1 1 0 E. Bowstead, Esq.

1 1 0
Messrs. Bovills and
Sons

1 1 0
Herbert Praed, Esq. 1 1 0
W. H. Cox and Co. 1 1 0
Messrs. N. Fisher and
Sons

1 1 0 W. R. Figg, Esq.

1 1 0
George Keen, Esq. 1 0 0
S. B. Bevington, Esq... 0 10 0
Messrs. Bevington and
Morris ..

0 10 0

2 10 0 The Misses Squire 5 0 0 J. Gurney, Esq.

10 0 0 Mrs. H. W. Carter

1 0 0 Mrs. Kinnear

100 0 E. C., a Thankoffering 5 0 0

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£35 10 0
Mrs. Leader

1 1 0
F. J. Horniman, Esq... 2 2 0
R. Horniman, Esq. 1 1 0
J. Horniman, Esq.

2 10 0
Mrs. Piggot

0 10
F. Hobson, Esq.

10 0 0
Mrs. C. Barritt, Layer
Breton

5 0 0
A. 0. U..

0 10 0 Miss Bruce

0 10 0 Mrs. Barlow

2 0 0 Rev. A. Hewitt

10 0 0
Lady Louisa Finch

2 0 0
Surrey Chapel Benevo-
lent Society

9 0 0
Two Readers of the

“Missing Link Ma

gazine,” Sullon, Hull 0 5 0 A.P.

0 10 0 Mrs. Aikenhead

5 0 0
Mrs. Johnson

10 0 0
Mothers' Meeting, Crim-
plesham

0 3 0
Committee, Bedford In-
stitute..

7 10 0
Miss Wood

2 0 0 Miss A. G. Wood

2 0 0 Coll. by M. B. Seething 1 1 0 Work by do.

0 9 0 Donation by do.

5 0 The Misses Cash

2 0 0
Lady Sydney

9 0 0
Joseph H. Fox, Esq. 5 00
Mrs. G. L. Bristow, by
Miss Dibben ..

1 1. 0
Sale of Work by do. 0 4 0
Mrs. Fowler

0 5 0
Miss Evans

2 0 0
Madame Moulinée, by
Mrs. Stephens

0 10 0
C. A.

0 3 0 C. B. M.

0 5 0 Miss Scott

0 10 0 Mrs. and Miss Hoar 1 0 Mrs. Alexander

5 0 0

Brought forward

£137 15 0 From Sale of Bantams

and Eggs, per Z. Z... 1 1 0 Miss Ussher

0 5 0 Mrs. Black

2 0 0 Miss Lindsey

1 0 0 Mrs. Eddis

0 10 0 Mrs. Gardiner

1 10 0
J. B. Gulliford, Esq. 1 0 0
Wandsworth Nurses'
Fund

10 10 0 The Misses Foster

5 0 0 Mrs. Clayton

1 0 0 The Misses Clayton 1 0 0 Mrs. Henry Marriage.. 1 0 0 Mrs. Vans Dunlop 1 10 0 Mrs. Crowley

5 0 0 The Misses Hudson 0 10 0 A. B.

3 0 0 Miss Colson

0 10 0 Miss Thomson

0 10 0 A Teacher

0 2 0 Miss Potter

1 0 0 T. H.

5 00 SICK FUND. — Miss Browne

0 5 0 Lizzie

0 2 6 Mrs. Calder

50 0 0 FOREIGN FUND.Mrs. Hillier

1 0 0 T. P.

0 2 0 Anonymous

20 0 0 Mrs. Timous

0 10 0 Miss Callcott

0 10 0 Mrs. Crowley

5 0 0 A Teacher

0 2 0 A Constant Reader

0 5 0 E. Y.

0 10 6 A.G.

0 10 6 DORMITORY FUND.

James Alexander, Esq. 50 0 0
Mrs. Chepmell

0 5 0 Miss Scott

0 Mrs. Crowley

5 0 0 A Teacher

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Examined and certified by me, as duly entered in the books of the Mission,

JAMES WADDELL (of J. WADDELL & CO.),
Fellow of the Institute of Accountants,

New Poultry Chambers, 7, Poultry, E.C.

ERRATA.-In last month's Subscription List, for Islington District, Mr. and Mrs. Williams should have been Mr. and Mrs. Willans, and Miss Thorogood should have been Miss Thorowgood. In the Fund for Bible-women Nurses, George F. White, Esq., £27, should have been Wandsworth Nurses' Fund, £27.

Received for the Mission and Bible-women Nurses with thanks :-Parcels of clothing, old linen, paper, pillows, &c. from Servants at Bishton Hall; B. F. ; Surbiton Congregational Working Party ; Hon. Miss Portman; “N.”; Anonymous; Rev. 0. Dykes ; Mrs. Maughan ; Lady Louisa Finch ; Mrs. Bryan ; Mrs. Cox ; Miss Berrer ; Mrs. Stapleton ; Mrs. Gay ; ' A House Mother”; Mrs. and Miss Morgan; Miss Goldsmith ; “M. M. M.” ; “A Friend " Mrs. Lord ; Mrs. Severs; Mrs. A. Borwick; Miss Harrison ; Morley's Hotel; Mrs. Portal ; books from Miss Bruce ; parcels of the “ British Workwoman” from Messrs. Spalding and Hodge, and “ The Mothers' Friend” from Messrs. Hodder and Stoughton ; hospital letters from Mrs. Barritt, Mrs. Wills, and Hon. Miss Portman ; coals for the Mother House, and envelopes and paper for Mission use from G. A. Calder, Esq. ; Cosies from Mrs. Calder; raspberry vinegar, calico, patchwork, &c., from Mrs. Verrall; new boots from Dr. D. Chepnell; blankets, flannel, &c., from Mrs. Oakes; tracts from Mrs. Hancox; and old boots for St. Giles's from Mrs. Godlee, the Misses Clarke, and Mrs. Bower.

C. A. Macintosh, Printer, Great New-street, London.

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