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WILMINGTON, (DEL.) AUXILIARY SOCIETY.
Rev. R. Williston, President.
James A. Sparks, Secretary.. 1 .. Edward Worrell, Treasurer.
WILMINGTON FEMALE AUXILIARY SOCIETY, (DEL.)
Miss Elizabeth Montgomery, First Directress.
AUXILIARY SOCIETY OF QUEEN ANN'S COUNTY, (MD.)
Richard T. Earle, President,
........ George Findley.
AUXILIARY COLONIZATION SOCIETY OF KENT COUNTY,
Thomas Worrell, Esq....... ... Rev. Wm. Jackson.
AUXILIARY COLONIZATION SOCIETY OF DORCHESTER
Charles Goldsborough, Esq.
AUXILIARY COLONIZATION SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF
Rev, Jasper Hazen.............. Rev. Chester Wright.
Same to Mr. Rush, with one enclosure ; Convention Slave Trade, (Extract)....
...137 Same to Mr. Middleton, (Copy)..
......149 Same to M1. Everett,... ...do.........
.151 Same to Gen Dearborn, (Extracts)
.152 Mr. Rush to Mr. Adams, (Extracts).
154 Mr. Sheldon to same.........do....
154 Same to same, with two enclosures; correspondence with Viscount Chateaubriand, (Extracts) ..
........155, 156 Mr. Everett to Mr. Adams, with two enclosures ; correspondence Baron Nagell, (Extracts).....
Proposals, for publishing, by subscription, under
the direction of the Board of Managers of the American Colonization Society, a monthly periodical work, to be entitled the AFRICAN REPOSITORY, AND COLONIAL JOURNAL.
The deep and increasing interest which is felt in many parts of this country, on the subject of the efforts to Colonize the free people of colour of the United States, on the African coast, has induced the Board of Managers of the Colonization Society, to propose the establishment of a periodical work, which shall furnish the public with accurate information concerning the plans and prospects of their Institution; give a minute account of its operations, and of the condition and progress of the colony; communicate any new and interesting intelligence which may be received, relating to the Geography, Natural History, Mappers and Customs of Africa; and admit into its pages, such essays as may be thought calculated to advance the interests of the Colony, or the cause of African improvement, as well as select passages from authors who have already written on this subject; and important extracts from the Reports of such foreign Associations as are making exertions to suppress the Slave-Trade, or relieve the African race.
CONDITIONS. 1. The work shall'comprise thirty-two pages in each num.
ber, and sball be similar in paper, and in the style of
execution, to the Christian Observer. II. The price shall be two dollars a year, payable on the
delivery of the sixth number. II. Those who shall become responsible for six copies, shall
receive a seventh gratis. IV. The work will be commenced whenever the number of
Subscribers shall be sufficient to justify it. It is earnestly requested, therefore, that those who may obtain Subscribers, should forward their lists as soon as possible, to R. R. GURLEY, Agent of the Society, George Town.