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The following sums , being- the whole or parts of loans on ihe chapel , are agreed to be relinquished . Robert Smith , Esq . Glasgow £ 150 0 0 Rev . James Tates , Ditto - 100 0 0 Mrs . Auchinvole , Ditto - 10 10 0 Mr . James Ross , Ditto - 29 0 0 Mr . William Rae , Ditto 29 0 0 Mr . Thomas Muir , Ditto . - 15 0 0 Mr . WriK Mo / ison , Ditto - 6 0 O Mr . John Lawson , Ditto - 10 10 0 Scotch Unitarian Fund - 16 16 0 N . B . The Gentleman who holds the bond on the chapel , has agreed to allow the same to continue . The following * are additional Donations lately received in Glasgow , the amount of which will be still increased . John Williamson - -110
• Fames Brock - - w William Owen - - - 0 10 0 John M'Kenzie - - 1 10 0 Matthew Paterson - -. 110 John Stevenson - - 0 12 0 James Donovan * - 0 10 O John Roberton - - 110 John Malcolm - - - 1116 William Drew - - -220 Thomas Mochrie - * -220 James Hedderwick - 2 2 0 J . H . Burn - 2 2 O George Wijson - - 110 David Potter - - -110 William Atwell - -110 J . W . Hedderwick - - 2 2 0 John Thomson - - -110 William Bachelor - -110 Thomas Muir - - 10 0 0
Glasgow , Oct . 12 , 1817 . Received for Glasgow Chapel , by Rev . R . Aspland , Hackney . Richard Cooke , Esq . Bath 110 Robert Brown , Esq . Charleston , South Carolina - -110
14 th . Rev . J . Gilchrist . Hindrances to the reception of Truth . 21 st . Rer . T . llees . The Ancient Prophecies concerning Christ considered in reference * to his Person . 28 th . Rev . J . Gilchrist . On Love to Christ .
The Treasurer will attend in the Vestry every Evening after Service , to receive the Subscriptions of , those who may be disposed to contribute to the Support of these Lectures .
—«^ *»* - — A Course of Sunday Evening Lectures , which will be delivered at the TJnitarian Chapel , St . Thomas ' Street , Southwark ; commencing November 2 d , 1817 . servicb to begin at half-past six o ' clock , precisely . Nov . 2 d . Rev . R . Aspland . State of the Controversy between Unitarians and other denominations of Christians .
9 th . Rev . W . J . Fox . The Peculiarities of Unitarianism . l 16 th . Rev . T . Rees . The Evidence \ u favour of the Unitarian Doctrine from the History of the Church before Constantine . 23 d . Rev . J . Gilchrist . Tlie Unitarian Doctrine considered in , reference to the Divine Character . 30 th . Rev . T . Rees . The Moral Influence of Unitariani sm . Dec . 7 th . Rev . W , J . Fox . The indirect influence of Unitarian isin .
CS 6 Intelligence . —Removals amongst Unitarian Ministers .
A Course of Thursday Evening Leetures , which will be delivered at the Meeting-House , in Worship-street , near Finsbury Square ; commencing Thursday , October 23 , 1817 .
SERVICB TO BEGIN AT SEVEN O CLOCK , PRECISELY . (" First Series . } 1817 . Oct . 23 d . Rev . T . Cooper . Our Lord ' s Sermon on the Mount the Standard of Orthodoxy . 30 th . Rev . T . Cooper . The Promises and Privileges of the Gospel universal .
Nov . 6 th . Rev . W . J . Fox . Reasons for Dissent from the Church of England . 13 th . Jlev . T . Rees . Creation of all thing's by Jesus Christ . 20 th . Rev . J . Gilchrist . On the Misrepresentations of Unitarianism . 27 th . Rev . W . J . Fox . Love to Christ .
Dec . 4 th . Rev . R . Aspland . The Divine Justice ; considered in reference to the Calvinistic Scheme . 11 th . Rer . T . Rees . The " greatMystery of Godliness . " 18 th . Rev . J % Gilchrist . The Importance of the Unitarian Doctrine . 25 th . Rev . W . J . Fox . The Birth of
Christ . Before the expiration of the year , the conductor ' s of the Lecture design , with the Divine Blessing- , to publish a list of Subjects for the remainder of the Course . The Treasnrer will attend in the Vestry every evening * after service , to receive the subscriptions of those who may be disposed to contribute to the support of these Lectures .
Removals amongst Unitarian Ministers , Mr . Bull Bristowe , late of Hinckley , has acceded to the unanimous invitation of the Presbyterian Congregation at
Ringwood to become tbeir Pastor , in the room of Mr . Warren , removed to Stourbridge . Mr . Read , late of Gosport , has accepted the charge of tbe Presbyterian Congregation at Cirencester , as successor to Mr . Holt , who has retired from public duty to reside at Hackney .
Mr . Hinton , late of the Baptist Academy , Bristol , has been appointed Minister of the Unitarian Congregation , Crediton .
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Oct. 2, 1817, page 636, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2469/page/64/