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fotmw cminexfcA % &h * hte edn ^^ teti «*« hriaei * # Ered 8 * ttoe gufct i&mmy rftU paw ^ i ^^ P ^ ay mfeftds ^^^ ti recent gdc $ Si ^ etf - % e *« r wfthm tti e ? * fecolfcctiou <>^ j |; ll of ^ siu > aukf wfio Was nn both skints * Wfelc&nietf by ail $ fth till l / v *« ^ aPZT - ¦ T « . ** si .. & . ^ - the mmt p&felgt * ed pfy&stire and gratitude . ^ ' A uuanimoMH request Mras ffi&de to Mr . Fox to publish irir two fceYirions &ad
opefliifg atldrfcss , t& WflS « i fr& <* bligfn £ ly acceded * The meeting w&S addressed at great length by tna # y of those preSeiit , and after e * pre * 3 iiJg &eir gratitude to Mr . Fox for * ls able aad eloquent efforts
to serve theitf cause , aha % b their * English friends and others \ vik > h&ve sd liberally xx > ntributed to Che erection of the drapel , aud joinmg ia fliStiy dther dentittients appropriate to the deeasionj the company parted between nine &tfd ten o ' clock . At the request of the congregation ,
JWr . Fox preached twice the following Sunday * So intense Wad the aiixiety to hear him , that every part of the Chapel iu which even staiiditLg room could be obtained , was coiop leteJy filled soon after it was opened for the everiitfg Servi < 5 e , and multitudes ¦ vvfent away vviio could not get admission .
The chapel is small , biit is remarkably neat and thoroughly well finished , it is furnished wM a gocjd organ , built by Wood , Sm ^ ljt . and Co . of this place . It is very elegairtly lighted * with ga » , and the apparatus Tor headng it ' is on the best construction , ' In wi ^ rt every thin ^ has been d £ orie tb * render it as
comfortable as possible , and the expense as stated on the cover of * Ihe Repository , will not , U is noped , be found to be exorbitant . The grea | est care has been takes to superintend the appropriation of die " money , aifttt to prfe ^ eilt any of It fron \ being uselessly s ^ iumdertd . The t ' und for erecting the chapel has beei > in existence since lfl " 16 . and the
tiumbers and Wealth b ? the drlgfaai contributdr ^ were ^ o Hitipl itf # m ^ k 6 Its success appear V&V dotfttruli " Uf a rd-^ rewce to tti ^ tr ^ ircfPr ttdok ^ 1 tT ttppears that the fund has derived tra tftrin of £ 30 . 12 « .. W . " fro ^ nt iferq * Qf , n ^ onqy , and the is ^ m of ^ 95 . ' « . W . ^ om be-< j uests , ctmtrifeutlbilS bf ^ WrinS ^ ittae « ead , and Qfhei * ^ ttrfcea which butt for the essence ^ tfite ^ fUjb 8 drirW ? these ra !
^ y £ * wcntfflP » gWthave beeo available , the q > l !« f « ebfe Btttlif t ! & / acts , to ^ ive faim sA % ' ^ MS& # ile attire of h % m fi ^^^ mSm ^
tefe ^ sVV ^ rJr <^ t' i ^ # pt jbitfc ^ e tfebt m ititir etibp&l > Md ' thtyUma ^ tnitediately to take toe ^^ f >\ irpo ^ e ; btrt as ttkeW utmost ^ or ^ m db IHtfe tb % ards ' 'it s * ^«| i ^^ ni inrtab ^ r t ) f ye ^ rs , they «« ltt' 'JBH ^ if ^ Jr indebted t& Wny « f # e 1 f feien& ^ eWWhere Who toia ^ be Itfed ' " e ^ tigfc fe r « M them . To those fellowship furfds kiM ihdjvidu ^ ls wji b h ave al ready t » 6 bt « b 6 ted so liberallv , they beg le ^ ave t 6 t ? ffeV £ i&r warmest thanks .
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i - . * - Glasgow Unitarian Association . , On the last Sunday of July , t ^ 2 S 5 Was held in Union-Street Chdpely GTa&ga ** , the 8 ctotti ^ h Onltariati Association . The annual serinori wa $ preact * ed \ & the i ? veti « - hig by the Rev . ' J . ' O * S ^ nicr , of Edinburgh .
Oldhury tumble Ltecture . ; Tup Anniversary of the Double ijecr ture took place at Oldbury , on Tuesday , September 9 , 1823 . The liev . James Hews Bransby , of Dudley ^ conducted the
devotional service . Tne Bev . AleKaadf ^ Paterson , of Stourbridge , and the , Jfe % - Hugh Huttou , of Birmmghain ^ pre , a <^ e 4 : the ibrmer on 1 Cot . xu 19 % For . the ^ e . must be also heresies among you , tfyat they who are approved wag p& naadp manifest f * the latter on i Thes ^ y » , i ^ •* Rejoice evermore . " Kley ^ k mi ^ istei ^ were present . The Rev ^ J * . Snm ]^ rt Q ? ^ Coseley , a » d the Rev , Ew Jones , o&mq / dgf iey > were appointed to preach at the ee ^ r i * eoture . - •>
Annual Meeting- of the Unitarian A * - socitttwn for HrtU > Litoe&tn , JOwnedster ami Thorwe . ' } Hie Adtitial Meeting df th $ JVte ^ j ^ s of the Ztnitaridn Astociati&fi / of \ , ty& > Lincoln , itoncastp- and Tho ^ na , # as jh ^ fa at rtiifi on the 17 th arid Jgkii Sbntfin ^ f The ^ e tAras an iht * o # uct < yy selfvi 6 e . 8 A t %
evenhig bf Tae ^ sdfaythe ' imh , c 6 n % ^ by the Rev . G . Harris , of BoUonVwno preached a discourse which went to prove , that the- 'ci ^ aKrrttra ^ te and c < msistept doctrines rQfv / UttHiria ^ B ^^ ja | e superior , to-4 &o £ ft ^ i ^ wtS ^ giuwft Ae popular cteeil , in as much as TtltCT are bettor calcatated ^\ % r | toTO- fiMft ^ -jaf « u * e « hd « efl ^^| ito % WW % Short rtOtkHI ^^ | fe * i ^^ be ^ K * pf M # S 0 M «^^
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Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1823, page 609, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct1789/page/49/