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PRENDERGAST CHURCH RESTORATION 1 FUND. the rear 1845 an effort was made by the late Rev. H ™- W. Harris to 'repair and enlarge' the Parish ,'«FCH of Prendergast, and subscriptions were promised I,that object to the amount of about £ 200. The L .E of that effort from various causes, combined with JLGREASED dilapidations which have accrued during 'TWENTY years now render an entire reconstruc- ted enlargement of the fabric absolutely necessary. this undertaking the Hector and Churcb- respectfully solicit the assistance of the public. Population, Prendergast. 1540 "unaber of sittings in present Church. 180 Ditto in proposed Ch jrch. 314 Contributions already promised:— £ S. d. 1(r Massy, Cottesmore 100 0 0 J. 11. A. Philipps, Picton Castle 100 0 0 Mr Scourfield, M.P., Williamston 50 0 0 ^R Lloyd, Glanafon 50 0 0 kr John Harvey, Picton Place 50 0 0 kt Joshua Harvey, Mill Bank. 50 0 0 Rev. F. Foster, M.A., Poyston, 50 0 0 hir Davies, Spring Gardens. 25 0 0 ^R Stannard, Old Bridge. 25 0 0 tOrd Bishop of St. David's 20 0 0 Air R. H. Harvey. 20 0 0 Lort Phillips, M.P.Lawrenny Park 10 0 0 Rose, Springfield 10 0 0 lir Walters, High Street. 20 0 0 Daniel Lloyd, Old BRIDGE 5 0 0 Alre James, Commercial INN 5 0 0 )At Williams, Spring Gardens 5 0 0 :Mr John Lewis, Woodbine. 500 Air John Duchneid, Old Bridge 3 3 0 TOR Street, London, per Mr Smithett 830 Messrs Jones & N asb, BRISTOL., 2 2 0 TOR MORRIS, Prendergast 2 0 0 14r James, Prendergast Hill 2 0 0 TOR TAYLOR, Old BRIDGE 10 0 TORS JOHN, Prendergast, 110 ^R THOMAS John; Prendergast. 1 1 0 TOR E. H. SMITHETT, MARKET-STREET. 1 10 JFR COPE, SAETHAEIWYD I 1 0 TOR MADOCKS, PICTON PLACE. 10 0 TO* R. H. WILSON, BRISTOL I. 10 0 TOR TITUS JENKINS, OLD BRIDGE 10 0 TOESSRS POWELL, MATLIIAS, & EVANS.. 5 0 0 TOR P. P. ELLIS, HIGH-STREET 2 2 0 MESSRS R. JAMES & SON 2 2 0. TOR THOMAS BAKER, HIGH-STREET. 2 2 0 TORS WILLIAMS, MILL INN. 2 2 0 TOIGG MOUNTAGUE, BRISTOL 4 0 0 TOISS BARNARD, BRISTOL 10 0 TOR JOHN PHILLIPS, VICTORIA PLACE. 10 0 JOS. Godwin, WRINGTON. 1 3 O TOR E. Potter, HIGH-STREET 1 0 0 A FRIEVH, PER MRSTANNARD 2 2 0 TOR JOSEPH THOMAS, BRIDGE-STREET.. 5 0 0 S. JENKINS, PRENDERGAST 10 0 ^FRIEND 10 0 "JR DAVIES, PLOUGH AND HARROW 10 0 JJJR JAMES GODWIN, BRISTOL 5 0 0 £ *68SRS GREENISH AND DAWKINS 2 2 0 MISSES REYNOLDS, SALUTATION. 2 2 0 R;R EDMOND. DARK-STREET 10 0 ^R W. HOOD, HIGH STREET 10 0 MR AND MRS BARHAM, TRECWN 20 0 0 r Goode, High-street 5 0 0 y G. L. Owen, WITHYBUSH 5 5 0 kr r. R. OIVen, Foley House 2 2 0 1, !|8 BROWNELL, LEAMINGTON, PER MRS ,.TOASSY 1 0 0 VALLANCE, HURST PIER-POINT 2 2 0 V»R P. R. EVANS 110 H. D. REYNOLDS, SURGEON, HAVER- *J>RDWEST 110 V:™RIERID, PER MRS BARHAM 10 0 0 V!R HENLY, HIGH STREET 5 0 0 JJ* WIN. LLOYD, HIGH STREET 1 1 0 T^KECS, MARKET STREET 10 0 V|,88 STOKES, MARKET STREET 0 10 0- ^WILSON, MARKET STREET, PER MR 0 SMITHETT 0 10 6 AND MRS SMITHETT, PER MR SMITHEU 1 0 0 ^*3. PER MR SMITHETT 0 10 0 H ELLIS, DEW STREET 0 10 6 \.011ECTED OY MISS PHILLIPS, POYSTON. 4 0 0 V,R H. DAVIES, OLD BRIDGE. 5 0 0 KR PHILLIPS, PRENDERGAST PLACE 10 0 EVX. JJORN, HILL-STREET. 2 0 0 ROAKSHOT, SWANSEA 110 & FRIEND. 2 0 0 •B1' PHILLIPS, SHOALS HOOK., 0 10 0 KV}- T. HOPPER, CLIFTON 10 0 V. MILES, PRENDERGAST 0 10 6 V,R ^WALTER REYNOLDS 1 1 V JAMES WILLIAMS, MARKET-STREET.. 0 10 T5 LR HUGHES, Victoria PLACE 10 0 D. P. SAUNDERS, BRIDGE-STREET. 1 0 0 STEPHEN GREEN, HIGH-STREET. 110 JOHN BROWN, MARKET-STREET 110 V 188 GWYTHER, SWAN INN 10 0 VJR T. JAMES, COMMERCIAL INN 110 GR LLEWELLIN, SPITTAL 0 10 0 BOWEN, HIGH-STREET 10 0 JAMES A. OWEN, WESTMINSTER2 2 0 JAMES ALLEN, CASTLEMARTIN IO 0 0 ?JR HENRY AHEN, BARRISTER-AT-LAW 2 2 0 SC COLBY, FYNONE, PER MRS MASSY 2 O 0 ^SCURLOCK, HIGH-STREET 0 10 6 MESSRS W. BAKER AND SONS, BRISTOL, WPER MR FARROW 3 3 0 CHARLES PRIOR, PER MR P. P. ELLIS. 0 10 6 Y?"ECTED BY MISS WILLIAMS, MILL INN 3 3 10 LEWIS, QUAY-STREET 10 0 GRIFFITHS, HIGH-STREET 0 10 0 V* JOHN HARDING, PRENDERGAST 1 0 0 JU* A.]}D MR3 DAWSON, SYDENHAM. 10 10 0 ^.OUSHE AND MISS PHILLIPS 2 0 0 V W. L.HARDING, CITY ROAD 9 },{F N. PHILLIPS, DEW-STREET 0 10 0 ¥,^PBELL, OLD BRIDGE 1 0 0 BLETHYN, HIGH-STREET.. 0 10 0 JOHN WILLIAMS AT LLOYD'S, COACH- J}? £ KER 1 1 0 A XP.WI LEWIS, BRIDGE-STREET 1 0 0 MTV?* 10 0. 0 ^(.^HOMAS HARDING, PRENDERGAST 10 0 ¥LW- B. ROWLANDS 1 1 0 OWEN, PORTFIELD 110 K^WN, KENSINGTON HOUSE 2 2 0 <3O». °RRIS, BRISTOL 1 1 0 K 'ECTED BY MISSE. FOSTER 17 16 0 MISS L. FOSTER 3 7 9 %R>BY MISS M. CLERK 1 11 0 K LOARNARD, CLIFTON 1 0 0 TOR £ LEND» PER MR WHITE 0 10 0 4 T^°GERI,, TOWER HILL 0 10 0 ITT*R'E*D 1 0 0 V ^WYER, CLIFTON 2 2 0 TOFOA^LAKE, BRISTOL 0 10 6 JFRAFC YKES' CLIFTON 0 10 0 ?<IY^OBINS> PER MRS BARHAM 5 0 0 LLR* MARTYN, HILL-STREET 1 0 0 ^°LWFRJCLIURCL1' BRIDGEESTREET 110 „ LONP M weekly pence by parish- by Miss Nash, Clifton.) 10 0 CTEA by Miss Cousins, Bristol.. 2 10 G FRANCIS FOSTER, M.A., Rector JOHN HARVEY,ln, PHILIP WHITE,} CHUR^wardens,

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