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that every Subscriber of One Guinea shall be entitled to Five Copies of the New Testament in extra boards , and so on in proportion , according to the amount of each person ' s subscription : and that the price of the octavo edition to subscribers be Six Shillings and Sixpence each copy . —The Committee also
recommend , that all the following Gentlemen , members of this Society , be earnestly solicited to receive subscriptions , and to transmit the same to Ebenezer Johnston , Esq . No . J , Bishopsgate-street , Treasurer ; or to the Rev . j . Joyce , 13 , Gloucester Place , Camden Town , on or before the annual meeting in April next , viz .
" Mr . W . Alexander , Woodbridge . Rev . R . Aspland , Hackney . Rev . T . Belsham , Hackney . Mr . John Commin , Tavistock . Rev . John Corrie , Birmingham . Rev . Mr . Dewhurst , Hackney . Rev . Mr . Drummond , Ipswich . Rev . J . P . Estlin , Bristol . Mr , Thomas Foster , Bromley Hall . Rev .
Ed . Harries , Han wood , Salop . J . Hone , Esq . Dublin . Rev . T . Houlbrooke , Liverpool . Rev . N . T . Heinekin , Brentford . Rev . Mr . Higginson , Stockport . Rev . Mr . H olden , Tenterden . Rev . T . Jervis , Gray ' s-fnn Square , Rev . J . Joyce , Gloucester Place , Camden Town . Ebenezer
Johnston , Esq . Stoke Newington . Rev . Mr . Johns , Manchester . Rev . John Kentish , Birmingham . John Kirkpatrick , Esq . Fair Lee , Isle of Wight . Rev . Theoph . Lindsey , Essex Street , Strand . Mr . R . Miller , Dundee . Rev . T . Morgan , Redcross Street . Mr . Nash , Royston . Rev . S . Parker , Lewes . Rev . T .
Pine , Maidstone . Mr . R . Rees , Paternoster Row . Rev . J . Rowe , Bristol . Rev . J . Simpson , Bath . . Rev . R . Scott , Portsmouth . Rev . W . Thomas , Chester . Rev . Dr . Toulmin , Birmingham . Rev . W . Turner , Newcastle-upon-Tyne . Rev . ii . Taylor , Nottingham . lVlr . John Tayor , Norwich . Rev . Charles Wellbo-Joved , York . Rev . John Yates , Liverpool . Rev . Mr . Youatt , Chichester .
"At a General Mee 1 ing , January 8 , 1807 , the above Report being unanimously agreed to , it was ordered to be printed , and copies of the same to be > ent to every Subscriber to the Unitarian Society . The Secretary was also ordered to write to all the above-named Gentlemen , entreating their aid in receiving- Subscriptions , and transmitting
the same , in order that the work may be immediately sent to the press . J . J OYCE , Secretary , Jan . I , 1807 . *' PROGRESS of R . ELIG 1 OUS INQ UIRY in AMERICA . —We are happy to lay before our readers an account of the establishment of a Boot Society in the Western pa . rt of the State of New York , America , extracted from an American newspaper , and transmitted to us by the Rev . Jeremiah Joyce .
Of the Unitarians in these parts , and of the Rev . John Sherman , their minister , some information has been already given in the Monthly Repository , Vol . L pp . 385 , 441 , and 668 . The Unitarian Book Society , . London- have voted
books , of the value of ten pounds , to the infant society in America . Their example will , we trust , be followed by the other Unitarian Book Societies , and by liberal individuals - Subscriptions and books will be gladly taken in , and forwarded to America by the Editor .
"Communication . —At a meeting on Sept . 20 , 18 c 6 , of the ' Society for promoting the knowledge of the Sacred Scriptures , and the practice of the Gospel Doctriae '—Resolved to make th « following publication : — " The members of the c Society for promoting the knowledge of the Sacred
Scriptures , and the practice of the Gospel Doctrine / informed by extracts , lately published from the minutes » f the * General Synod of the Reformed Dutch Churches' in this state , of the laudable endeavours of that High Reverend Body , to promote the interest of the
Redeemer ' s kingdom , think it becoming their character and Christian profession , to co-operate with these endeavours , according to their ability , and in view of the situation allotted them by Divine Providence . The limited circumstances
of the people of these Western parts do not enable them , at present , to afford pecuniary aid to their more wealthy brethren in the mercantile cities , for the particular purpose specified in the printed
extracts cf the General Synod . On the contrary , from the known generosity and affluence of our brethren , we might hope for pecuniary assistance from them , were they duly apprized of the various and increasing enemies of our Lord by whom we are surrounded . Notwithstanding the eminent blessings of a spi-
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