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RELIGIOUS AND MORAL SOCIETIES.
SOCIETY FOR ERECTING ADDITIONAL
PAROCHIAL CHURCHES IN GLASGOW
AND SUBURBS.
Sir James Campbell of Stracathro, president;
Robert Stewart of Murdoston, Rev. Dr. Leishman,
John King, Andrew Galbraith, James Lumsden, and
Neil Robson, vice-presidents ; John King, treasurer ;
James Ritchie, 175 Hope Street, secretary.
LADIES' AUXILIARY TO THE GLASGOW
CITY MISSION.
Mrs. George Burns, 1 Park Gardens, president ;
Mrs. J. S. Blyth, 13 Kew Terrace, treasurer; 150
lady collectors. Meets in Religious Institution
Rooms on the first Tuesday of February and March,
at 1 p.m., when one of the missionaries attends and
gives an account of the work done in his district.
GLASGOW YOUNG MEN'S SOCIETY FOR
RELIGIOUS IMPROVEMENT.
Revs. John R. M'Duff, D.D., Walter C. Smith,
Alex. Wallace, D.D., and Henry Batchelor, patrons;
Henry Clow, president ; James Bruce and James
Hunter, vice-presidents ; James L. Whitehead, trea-
surer; D. M. West, 95 Crown Street, and John
Connal, 180 Pollokshaws Road, secretaries.
Committee Rooms, Athenajum, 110 Ingram Street,
where letters, &c, may be left.
This Society was instituted 13th February, 182-1,
and has for its object the establishing and maintain-
ing throughout the city and its vicinity, associations
of young men for the promotion of mutual religious
improvement by meeting on Sabbath mornings, and
engaging in religious exercises.
HAVANNAH WORKING MEN'S CHRISTIAN
BROTHERHOOD.
This Society meets in the Day Nurser}-, 14 Col-
lege Street, every Tuesday evening during; winter,
for the study of the evidences of Christianity, and
kindred subjects. Lectures are also delivered during
a part of the session on various topics interesting to
all; Rev.Wm. Robertson, president; Rev. Robt. Scott,
M.A., vice-president ; John M'Callum, secretary ;
Anstruther Toote, 209 High Street, treasurer.
GLASGOW SABBATH SCHOOL
ASSOCIATION
JN CONNECTION WITH THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND.
Bailie William Taylor, president ; Wm. M'Culloch
and J. H. Kerr, vice-presidents ; John Neilson Cuth-
bertson, 29 Bath Street, treasurer ; William Kerr,
42 Hope Street, convener of mission committee;
Wm. Clyde, jun., 30 Maxwell Street, minute secre-
tary ; John M'Whannell, Central Police Chambers,
and Jas. R. Reid, 260 Renfrew Street, correspond-
ing secretaries.
The committee consists of a representative from
each Parochial Sabbath School Society in Glasgow
and vicinity. The committee hold stated meetings ;
and quarterly meetings of the members are held in
the Religious Institution Rooms on the last Tuesday
of January, April, July, and October, at eight p.m.
GLASGOW SABBATH SCHOOL UNION.
Religious Institution Rooms, 75 St. George's Place.
George Thomson, president; Councillor James
Thomson and James Burr, vice-presidents; Robert
Brown, 110 Fyfe Tlace, treasurer ; John Henderson,
192 Sauchiehall Street, James M'Gill, 100 North
Frederick Street, and James Richmond, 107 King's
Park Place, Greenhead, secretaries ; Bailie John
Thomson, Mathew Wotherspoon, Henry Clow, John
N. Cuthbertson, James A. Campbell, James Bell,
William Keddie, Hugh M'Coll, John E. Watson,
Alexander Murray, Thomas Morrison, Joseph King,
directors.
1. The objects of the Union shall be to encourage,
unite, and increase Sabbath schools in the city of
Glasgow and neighbourhood, and to improve the
methods of conducting them, by circulating infor-
mation, and giving currency to useful suggestions.
2. The committee, while they communicate with
the various district unions of the city, on the best
means of advancing the above objects, shall not
interfere, in the least degree, with the regulations or
management of any of them.
3. The union shall consist of the members of such
Sabbath School societies as annually furnish a report
to the secretaries, and which hold the doctrines of
the divine inspiration of the Holy Scriptures, the
deity and atonement of Jesus Christ, and the per-
sonality and influence of the Holy Spirit.
4. The management of the union shall be vested
in a president, treasurer, two secretaries, and twelve
extraordinary directors, appointed at the annual
meeting ; and the secretaries, and one representative
for every ten members of committee of each of the
five district unions. Five to be a quorum.
5. The committee shall meet quarterly, or oftener,
if necessary, and the annual meeting (or soiree) of
the union shall take place in April or May, on an
evening to be fixed by the directors, when a report
for the past year shall be read, and other business
transacted.
6. All meetings of the directors and sub-com-
mittees shall be opened and closed with prayer.
MIDDLE DISTRICT SABBATH SCHOOL
UNION.
committee rooms — religious institution
rooms, st. George's place.
Robert Wilson, president ; P. M'Omish, vice-
president ; R. Brash, 73 West Nile Street, and
Joseph King, 51 Jamaica Street, treasurers; R.J.
Anderson, 150 Buccleuch Street, secretary; Henry
Clow, Robert Brown, Andrew Kelley, Wm. Clyde,
jun., C. S. Brown, Thomas Hamilton, R. W. Sinclair,
and Neil Boyd, directors.
This society holds its meetings in the rooms on
the second Tuesday of February, April, June,
August, October, and December.
•WESTERN DISTRICT SABBATH SCHOOL
UNION.
William Auld, president ; Gavin B. Miller, vice-
president; Wm. Maclean, James Merrylees, Thos.
Henderson, J. H. Lindsay, James Burr, and John
E. Watson, directors; James Hunter, 32 Buccleuch
Street, treasurer; John Alexander, 66 Miller Street,
and John Balgarnie, Clydesdale Bank, secretaries.
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