RECORD: 1862. Lancashire distress. The Times (15 December): 5.

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LANCASHIRE and CHESHIRE OPERATIVES
RELIEF FUND.

The Lord Mayor, by the advice of the London Relief Committee, this day forwarded cheques to the following places:—

Ashton-under-Lyne, 8th remittance £100, making a total of £1,100

Barnoldswick 3d remittance 75 making a total of 200

Belmont 3d remittance 75 making a total of 150

Blackburn 9th remittance 1,000 making a total of 3,800

Bollington 5th remittance 150 making a total of 400

Chorley 6th remittance 200 making a total of 450

Failsworth 4th remittance 100 making a total of 350

St. Catherine and St. Oswald dist. 21 remittance 250 making a total of 350

Tintwistle 8th remittance 200 making a total of 925

Wigan 10th remittance 750 making a total of 2,700

Haslingden, &c. 1st remittance making a total of 100

Norden 1st remittance making a total of 50

Andenshaw 1st remittance for sewing class making a total of 25

St. James's, Rochdalelst remittance for the sewing class 25

Which several grants, including those previously forwarded, amount to the sum of £33,275

The London Relief Committee wish it to be distinctly understood that all sums apportioned by them to the distressed districts have been and will continue to be distributed without reference to exceed or party by organized Local Committees only.

The Committee, who meet every Friday morning to consider applications for grants, request that the Local Relief Committees will forward such applications to the Mansion-house not later than Thursday in each week, with the latest statistics of the distress in their respective districts.

The Lord Mayor has much pleasure in announcing the RECEIPT of the following additional CONTRIBUTIONS:—

Per Bank of London, Charing-cross.
Messrs. Novello and Co, £25 0 0
A Curate 3 0 0
William Hall, Esq. 1 1 0
G. R. 0 10 6
29 11 6
Per Messrs. Barclay, Beran, and Co.
R. C. L. Bevan, Esq. 100 0 0
Miss H. Morse, Sound, Suffolk 20 0 0
Warrington Parish, per Rev. C. W. Capron 5 11 0
R. Campbell, Esq. 5 0 0
Collected in Parish of East Rudham, per Rev. H. C. Bones 3 16 1
134 3 1
Per Messrs. Barnett and Co.
Messrs. Maitland and Co. 50 0 0
M. A. Butterworth, Esq. 10 0 0
Employés at the Gresham Steam Press 3 0 0
62 0 0
Per Messrs. Child and Co.
Newell Birch, Esq. 50 0 0
The Hon. Colonel Villiers 20 0 0
C. B. Reynardson, Esq. 5 0 0
J. A. Morgan, Esq. 5 0 0
Lady Jane Hildyard 2 0 0
E. C. May, Esq. 1 1 0
83 1 0
Per Messrs. Coutts and Co.
John Newberry George, Esq. 20 0 0
Robert Alexander, Esq., C.B. 20 0 0
Rev. H. M. Butier 20 0 0
Mrs. G. L. Baker 10 0 0
Mrs. Maria Hammond 10 0 0
Sir S. G. Bonham, Bart., K.C.B. 10 0 0
Thos. Prendergast, Esq. 10 0 0
Colonel George Calvert Clarke, 2d Dragoons 10 0 0
Collection at Sherstone Parish Church on 14th September 8 10 5
General T. Forbes, R.A. 5 0 0
Lieutenant-General Wallace, R.A. 5 0 0
J. C. H., per Hall and Co. 5 0 0
Colonel M Murdo, C.R. 5 0 0
Lieut.-Colonel J. G. Robinson 5 0 0
Miss A. M. Gainsford 3 0 0
Miss Matilda Barwell 2 0 0
A. C. M. 2 0 0
E. F. 1 0 0
G. Dewar, Esq. 1 0 0
Captain Close, R.N. 1 0 0
Children of the Bloomsbury Chapel Day School 0 13 6
S. H. 0 10 6
Mrs. Philcox 0 10 0
155 4 5
Per Messrs. Currie and Co.
Walter Stericher, Esq. 5 5 0
Per Messrs. Drummonds.
Henry Wood. Esq. 5 0 0
Mrs. E. J. Lauga 5 0 0
Miss Charlotte Newbery 5 0 0
15 0 0
Per Messra Glyn and Co.
Messrs. Randella and Co. 25 0 0
Gerald Gould, Esq., Paris 20 0 0
Captain H. C. Otter, R.N. 7 0 0
Willoughby Collup, The Vicar 5 5 0
F. Wetherby, Esq. 5 5 0
Colonel C. R. Browne 1 1 0
K. W. 1 0 0
R. E. Q. 0 10 0
65 1 0
Per Messrs. Goslings and Co.
The Viscount Gage 25 0 0
R. W. Blencowe 20 0 0
45 0 0
Per Messrs. Hankey and Co.
Rev. E. Simons, of Ovington, Norfolk 5 0 0
Collection in Little Braxted Church 2 1 1
7 1 1
Per Imperial Bank.
Messrs. A. S. Griffiths and Co. 1 1 0
Per Messrs. Jones Loyd and Co.
W. R. Bayley, Esq., of Coxford-house, Sidmouth, half for Ramsbottom 40 0 0
George Jenkin, Esq. 5 0 0
45 0 0
Per London and County Bank.
Messrs. Ford and Sharratt 5 5 0
Collected in Factory of do. 2 1 0
7 6 0
Per London Joint-Stock Bank.
T. Walker, Esq. 50 0 0
Per London Joint Stock, Pall-mall A. N. Scott, Esq. 5 0 0
Per London and Westminster.
Sir W. de Capell Brooke, Bart. 20 0 0
G. Solling, Esq. 2 2 0
22 2 0
Per London and Westminster, St. James's-square.
J. L. Brenchley, Esq. 10 0 0
G. A. F. Shadwell, Esq. 5 0 0
Thomas Gripper, Esq. 5 0 0
20 0 0
Per London and Westminster, Marylebone.
John Wagg. Esq. 2 2 0
Per Messrs. Martin and Co.
R. L. B. 2 0 0
Per Messrs. Masterman and Co.
Philip W. Godsal Esq. per Messrs. Coutts and Co. 20 0 0
Edward Philips, Esq. 20 0 0
Messrs. McCabe and Co. 10 0 0
Mrs. Wm. Fane 10 0 0
Rev. Mr. Blake, Baptist Collection, Warboys Chapet, Hunts 3 2 1
Mrs. Mary Morris 5 0 0
H. C. 0 10 0
73 12 1
Per. Oriental Bank.
A. B. C. 10 10 0
Per Messrs. Praeds and Co.
The Hon. and Rev. Edward Moore 5 0 0
Per Messrs. Prescott and Co.
Messrs. Dutton and Son 10 10 0
Collected at the Grand Surrey Docks 5 0 0
15 10 0
Per Sir Charles Price, Bart, and Co.
Mrs. Sancton 50 0 0
Mr. D. Barrett 0 5 0
50 5 0
Per Messrs. Robarts and Co.
Messrs. Seager, Evans, and Co. 50 0 0
Collection at the English Church at Lucerne 40 0 0
T. Gec, Esq., of Brotherloft 20 0 0
Miss Gee, of Boston 20 0 0
H. Ridge, Esq. 5 5 0
Miss L. Morissct 5 0 0
140 5 0
Per Sir Samuel Scott, Bart, and Co.
James L. 1 0 0
J.M. 0 2 0
1 2 0
Per Messrs. Smith, Payne, and Co.
T. Jacomb, Esq., 2d sub. 5 0 0
Colonel Holden Nuttall Temple, 2d sub. 10 0 0
Mrs. Anna Blackb ne 50 0 0
65 0 0
Per the Union Bank.
Mrs. N. Camezio Knox 10 0 0
G. Frith 0 2 6
10 2 6
Per the Union Bank, Charing-cross.
C. Darwin, Esq. 10 0 0
H. J. A. 0 10 0
10 10 0
Per Messrs. Willis and Co.
Capt. A. B. Valpy, R.N. 25 0 0
Mr. Robt. P. Hillyer 0 5 0
25 5 0

Subscriptions continue to be received by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, at the Mansion-house; and by all the London bankers.

Mansion-house, E.C., Sept. 26, 1862.

Per Agra and United Service Bank.
R. G. M. £3 6 3
R. Hutt, Esq., late India Civil Service 5 0 0
13 6 8
Per Bank of England.
Capt. E. W. Humphry, R. Bengal Engineers. 3 0 0
Per Bank of England, West Branch.
Messrs. R. Cocks and Sons 21 0 0
The Misses Bartrum 5 0 0
26 0 8
Lady Scarisbrick, per W. H. Talbot, Esq. 100 0 0
Messrs. Clarke and Sons, of Archanged; Messrs. Clarke and Co., of St. Petersburg; and Messrs. Henry Clarke and Co., of London 100 0 0
Messrs. Dadabhai, Naoroji, and Co. 100 0 0
Messrs. J. Henry Schroder and Co. 100 0 0
Lieut-Gen. Sir William Codrington, K.C.R., Gibraltar 50 0 0
Collection at Kensington Chapel, Bath, after Sermons by Rev. Octavins Winslow, D.D., in addition to £20 sent to Preston 41 0 0
Collected at St. John's Church, Upper Lewisham-road, Deptford, per Rev. C. F. S. Money, Incumbent 33 12 3
Collection as Salem Chapel, Brixton-hill, per W. H. Millar, Esq. 30 7 10
Workmen and Officers at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, per W. E. S. Oram, Esq., Principal Clerk 26 0 0
Collected in the Parish Church of Clevedon, Somerset, for a Thanks-giving for the Harvest, per Rev. Ernest H. Fothergill 26 4 0
Messrs. Woolley and Coates 21 0 0
Balance of Proceeds of a Discussion between the Rev. Wm. Barker and Iconoclast. 20 0 0
Collected after Sermons in the Parish Church of Northchurch, Herts 18 11 6
W. A. Shaw, Esq. 15 0 0
Harvest Thanksoffering from the parish of Bolney, per Rev. W. H. Stallard. 12 9 9
Monthly Collection at Messrs. Morewood and Co.'s warehouse, Dowgate-dock 12 8 7
Collection at the parish church of Haughton-le-Skerne, Durham, per Rev. Edward Cheese 12 0 0
Bringstone Church, Isle or Wight, per Rev. Edward McAll. 11 15 6
Collection at the parish church of Eye, Northampton, after sermons by the Rev. Robt. Bell 10 14 6
Offertory collection in the Chapel of St. Mark's College, Chelsea, after a sermon by Rev. Derwent Coleridge 10 12 3
Miss Darwin 10 10 0
Lionel L. Cohen, Esq. 10 10 0
Messrs. Samuel, Montagu, and Co. 10 10 0
Charles F. Young, Esq 10 10 0
Second Collection at the Royal Naval Chapel, Haslar, per Rev. W. Guiso Tucker, Chaplain 10 0 0
J. S. M., per Messrs. Janorin and Co. 10 0 0
General Williams, per Messrs. J. Nisbet and Co. 10 0 0
Collection in the Parish Church of Thorpe, Peterborough, after Sermon by Rev. A. J. Skrinshire 8 6 3
Subscriptions from the inhabitants of Kilsby, Northamptonshire, per J. Fish, Esq. 8 1 1
Collection made in Duloe Church, Cornwall, by Rev. Paul Bush 8 0 0
Contributions in the Parish of Eglwysfach, per Rev. David Owen. 7 2 0
Charles Munroe, Esq. 6 0 0
S. T. C., 3d subscription 5 5 0
James Blenkinsop, Esq. 5 5 0
Collected in the Parish Church of Braunston, after Sermon by Rev. Alfred B. Clough 5 10 0
R. T. G. Kirkpatrick, Esq., and Francis Pakenham, Esq., attached to H. M.'s Legation at Copenhagen 5 0 0
Workmen, Drivers, Firemen, &c., of the London Locomotive Department of the G. N. Railway 5 0 0
Mrs. and Mrs. R. H. W. 5 0 0
Messrs. Letts, Son, and Co. 5 0 0
Rev. J. A. Pepys 5 0 0
David Rowland, Esq. 5 0 0
Henry Forbes, Esq. 5 0 0
Y. N. R. 5 0 0
Robert Lulman, Esq. 5 0 0
Messrs. Banbury and Ringland 5 0 0
W. H. Tucker Kayess, Esq. 5 0 0
B. L. Warren, Esq. 5 0 0
Frederick Keatz. sen., Esq. 5 0 0
P. W. 5 0 0
Mrs. Keymer and Miss Pering, West Drayton 5 0 0
Collected in the Parish of Whittlebury, per Rev.- Louis G. F. Broome 4 10 0
Collected after a Lecture by T. Lockwood, Esq., at the Cottagers' Chapel, Finchley 4 10 0
Collection in the Parish Church of Purleigh, Essex, after a Sermon for Thanksgiving for Harvest, per Rev. G. F. Tamplin 4 9 0
Collection at Standford Church, near Hythe, per Rev. W. Tylden, Rector 4 0 0
S. S. Bruwn, Esq. 3 3 0
S. K. 3 0 0
Collection in Donnington Parish Church, per Rev. John Lauder 2 16 7
J. L. 2 2 0
Collection in the Church of Great Addington, per Rev. Castel P. Gray 2 2 0
Employés of Messrs. J. Corss and Co., Shoreditch 2 2 0
S. A. H. 2 0 0
J. Stirlling, Esq., H.M.S. St. George 2 0 0
I. T. H. 1 13 0
A Wine Traveller, per Editor of The Times 1 10 0
Block Printers at Summer's-town, Tooting, 2d sub. 1 6 0
Workmen at the City. Gas-works 1 1 0
A few Clerks 1 1 0
W. L. Cabell, Esq. 1 0 0
I. R. 1 0 0
Miss Berry, Lower Norwood 1 0 0
M. G. 1 0 0
Weekly Pence from some Queen's Printers 0 19 10
St. Saviour's Sunday School, Southwark, 4th sub. 0 11 7
Wagstaff Huntsman 0 10 0
W. S. 0 10 0
W. R. S., Monthly 0 10 0
B. G. S. S. S. and T. 0 10 0
Mary 0 10 0
E. W., per Messrs. Anbert and Linton 0 10 0
Collected in Lower Islington Public School 0 6 0
D. E. F. 0 5 0
E. B. 0 5 0
Buma under 5s. 1 0 6

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