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The next time I write, I hope to tell you purpose of a cradle; and in this they folof some "children's meetings" in far-oft low the custom of the country. But no Turkey, and of some little boys and girls visitor to their houses would dare to put who lately begun to love Jesus, and deny her child to sleep in this way, for fear, themselves to give to him some little love- again, of the Swámy. tokens. And I hope that you, and they, “ The people said that they would join and I, will one day see him, and then we us if we would first build a school-house in shall know, better than now, whether he the village, and put in a door-frame and a cares for our poor gifts !


W. B. C." Your loving friend,

M. A. WEST. HARPOOT, March 11, 1868.

WHAT ONE SABBATH SCHOOL DOES. The Superintendent of a Sabbath

school in Providence, Rhode Island, sends A CRUEL SWAMY.

to the Treasurer $68.07, and writes as folThe missionaries of the Madura District, lows, to tell how the money was raised :in India, go about a great deal among


“ Our Sabbath-school recently observed heathen villages, preaching the gospel to its monthly concert as a missionary meetthe people, and living in a tent, which they ing, and to awaken a deeper interest in take with them from place to place. This the subject of missions, one of our lady kind of labor they call the “itineracy,” teachers furnished a fine drawing on the because it is itinerating, or going about. blackboard, of the Harpoot station and One of them writes for the children this female seminary. A very interesting delittle story about one of the villages he had scription of the mission was given by Dr. just visited.

The “ Swámy” is the idol- C-, our commissioner of public schools, god.

which was listened to, by young and old, “ Last week, when out upon the itiner- with great profit. One class resolved to acy, we came upon three villages some of support a pupil at the Harpoot Seminary, the customs of which are very peculiar. and an appropriation of $25, and a special • If we should come over to your religion,' collection for the support of two pupils was said the people, our Swámy would kill ordered that evening. May other schools us. He is a fearfully cruel Swámy. Look do likewise.”

You see we have no doors. There is not a door nor a door-frame in the village. Were we to try to have them, our Swámy would kill our cattle and stone our children.'

• Where is your Swámy?' A LITTLE girl, in Illinois, has sent fifty we asked. “Out there,' they said, point- cents to the District Secretary of the ing to a giant image of potter's work in Board, with this letter, which she dictated the distance, a sort of goblin on horseback, and her father wrote for her. The picmade bideous enough to frighten people ture which she speaks of is the Secretary's even less ignorant than they.

certificate for children who contribute, " One would suppose that as some of with a photograph of the Morning Star. these people are well-to-do they would be “I am a little girl, almost five years

old. afraid of thieves; but they say that a thief My name is Carrie Moore. I go to Sunwould lose his eyesight the moment he en- day-school, and one time when I was there, tered the open doorway.

there was a man who is going to be a mis“In most heathen villages there are cots sionary, talking to the children; and he to be found - a few only, in the better class said, if any little boy or girl would give of houses; but these people think that to fifty cents to the missionaries, so that they sleep on a cot would be certain death to could teach the little heathen children to them. They suspend their infant children read the Bible, and learn to be good, they in a cloth, which answers very well the would have a picture of a beautiful mis

around you.


sionary-ship sent to them, that they might got fifty cents, and now I mean to try to keep for their own. So I asked my Pa how be a good girl all the time. Ma says I I could get the fifty cents; and Pa said, never was a very bad girl, only a little for every time that I would eat a break- fretful. fast, dinner, or supper, without teasing, “I am going to put my fifty cents in fretting, or crying for any thing, that Pa this letter, and send it to the missionaries; or Ma thought I ought not to have, he and I hope I will get my pretty picture would give me a penny. So you see, I soon. earned three pennies every day, until I

“ CARRIE Moore."




with prev. dona., to const. Rev. Cumberland co. Aux. Soc.


100 Falmouth, 2d Cong. ch. and so.

10 30
Salisbury, “Kearsarge,"

2 00 Mechanics Falls, Cong. ch. and so. 25 16

Warren, Geo. W. Prescott (of Cong. Portland, 2d Cong. ch. and so., For.

ch. Wentworth), to const. SARAH Miss'y Circle, for the Armenians, 20 00


100 00—183 00 South Freeport, Cong. ch. and so.

Rockingham county. m. c. 3; Rev. Horatio Ilsley, 10; 1300-68 45 Candia, Richard H. Page,

10 00 Hancock county.

Strafford county. Castine, Cong. ch. and so. (in part),

Gilmanton, Cong. ch. and so. 25 00 Gents, 72, m. c. 13.78;

85 78 Meredith Bridge, Cong. ch. and so. 83 35 Kennebec county.

North Conway, Cong. ch. and so., Gardiner, Cong. ch. and so. 34 50,

add'l, Mrs. R. M. Colby,

500-113 35 Rev. A. L. Park, 10, Mrs. H. C.

Sullivan Co. Aux. Soc. N. W. GodPark, 10, Agnes H. Park, 5; 59 50

dard, Tr. Hallowell, a friend,

20 00—-79 50 Claremont, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. Lincoln county.

(of which for support of a “ BibleBristol, 2d Cong. ch. and 80. 7.30, a

Woman" in Diarbekir, 5), 40.55; friend, 2;

9 30
D. M. Ide, for China, 20;

60 55 Union, Cong. ch. and so.

20 00—29 30 Oxford county.

1,066 23 Bethel: 2d Cong. ch. and so., for &

Legacies. — Amherst, Aaron Lawpupil in Harpoot Female Sem'y,

80 00

rence, by R. M. Shirley and Dixfield, D. S. Sibley,

5030 50 J. G. Davis, Ex’rs, 1,000, less Union county,

tax, 60,

940 00 Brownfield, Cong. ch. and so.


Candia, Mrs. Harriet M. Patten, Waterford, Cong. ch. and so. 50 00457 00 by Rodney A. Killam, Ex'r, Waldo county.

300, less tax, 18;

282 00 Searsport, 1st Cong. ch. and so. m. c.

4 25 Dover, William Woodman, by Washington county.

T. ). W. Pray, Ex'r, 1,000 00--2,222 00 Calais, 1st Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 40 00 Robbinston, Cong. ch. and so. 26 00- 66 00

3,288 23 York co. Conf. of Churches.

North Acton, Mrs. Rev. J. U. Parsons, 5 00 Addison co. Aux. Soc. Amos Wilcox, Tr.

West Addison, K. 8. M.

3 00 425 78 Caledonia co. Conf. of Ch's. T. L. Hall, Tr. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Lyndon, Cong. ch. and so., June Cheshire co. Conf. of Ch's. Geo. Kings


14 00 bury, Tr.

Chittenden co. Aux. Soc. E. A. FulGilsum, Cong. ch. and so.

22 75

ler, Tr. Hinsdale, Cong. ch. and so.

75 75

Underhill, Female Cent Society, 800 Jaffrey, Cong. ch., Susan Sawyer,

Winooski, “ Widow's Mite,"

100-900 deceased,

25 00

Franklin co. Aux. Soc. C. B. Swift, Tr. Marlboro, Cong. ch. and so.

28 69–152 19 Georgia, Mrs. Jackson and others, 3 00 Grafton county.

Swanton Centre, Mrs. Amos Skeels, 15 00—-18 00 Haverhill, Ist Cong. ch. and so. 66 00

Orange county. Orford, Cong. ch. and so. coll. 33.34,

Wells River, a thank-offering,

5 00 m. c. 4.76;

88 10494 10 Orleans co. Conf. of Ch's. Rev. A. R. Hillsboro co. Conf. of Ch's. George

Gray, Tr. Swain, Tr.

Brownington, Cong. ch. and. 80., of Brookline, Asa Betterley,

wh. from m. c. 46 75;

58 75 Goffstown, Cong. ch. and so., in part, 81 76


Glover, Cong. ch. and so.

23 93 Lyndeboro, Cong. ch. and so. 60 00

North Craftsbury, Mrs. D. W. LooNashua, Franklin st. Cong. ch. and


20 00—102 68 SO. 260,81; Olive st. Cong. ch. and

Washington co. Aux. Soc. G. W. so. (of which from m. c. 7.66), to

Scott, Tr. const. J. N. BARR, H. M. 126.98;

Berlin, Rev. Truman Perrin,

10 00 Hannah Woodward, 1;

388 79

Windsor co. Aux. Soc. Rev. C. B. New Boston, a lady friend,

50-488 04 Drake and J. Steele, Trs. Merrimack co. Aux. Soc. Geo. Hutch

Ascutneyville, Rev. Seth S. Arnold, 10 00 ins, Tr.

Sharon, Cong. ch. and so.

41 00 Fisherville, Cong. ch. and so. 40, Rev.

Springfield, Cong. ch. and 80., to W. R. Jewett, 10;

50 00

const. GEORGE BOWERS, EDWARD Pembroke, Cong. ch. and add'l,



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660 68 MASSACHUSETTS. Barnstable county. Falmouth, 1st and 80., ann.

coll., to const. WARREN BOURNE and Mrs. C. L. BATES, Falmouth, Mass., and Rev. ALEXANDER PARKER, Los Angelos, Cal., H. M.

250 83 Berkshire county. Hinsdale, Cong. ch. and so., annual

coll., 185.75, m. c. 70, to const.
H. M.

255 76
Sheffield, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 500--260 75
Boston and vicinity.
Boston, of wh. from Dr. Rufus An-

derson and wife, 60, Mrs. Alvan
Perry, 50, Henry D. Hyde, for a
student in Marsovan Šem’y, 40,
Mrs. Ira Greenwood, 20, a friend,
10, unknown, 10, ditto, 2; 1,240 28
Chelsea, Broadway Cong. ch. and so.

m. c., 2 mos., 62.32; Wion. Cong.
ch. and so. m. c. 82.71; a friend,

105 08-1,845 81 Brookfield Asso'n. William Hyde, Tr. North Brookfield, Miss Persis Howe,

5 00 Essex county: Andover, Iliel Proctor,

20 00 Ballardvale, Union Cong. ch. and 80., annual coll,

69 0089 00 Essex co. North Aux. Soc. William

Thurston, Tr.
Amesbury and Salisbury, Female
Foreign Missy Soc.

24 60 Newbury, 1st Cong. ch. and so. 10 65 Newburyport, Belleville Cong. ch.

and so. 351.75; Whitefield Cong.
ch. and so,, to const. Mrs. Mary
Rolfe, H. M. 100; North Cong. ch.
and so. 55.36;

507 11--542 16 Essex co. South Conf. of Ch's. C. M.

Richardson, Tr.
Danvers, Maple st. Cong. ch. and so.

m.c. 62.4 ; 1st Cong. ch. and so.,
add'l, 5;

67 44
Gloucester, Evan. Cong. ch. and so. 804 74
Marblehead, South Cong. ch. and
so. 5; a friend, 5;

10 00 Peabody, a friend,

500 Topsfield, Cong. ch. and so. 201 42— 688 60 Franklin co. Aux. So. E. D. Merriam, Tr. Greenfield, a friend,

100 00 Hampden co. Aux. Soc. J. L. White

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ney, Tr.

8o. n. c.

Westhampton, Cong. ch. and so. 66 08
Worthington, Mary Adams,

300-1,700 71 Middlesex county. Bedford, a lady,

2 50 Billerica, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 12 00 Cambridgeport, Prospect st. Cong.

ch. and so. m. c. 15; Stearns
Chapel, m. c. 9.37;

24 37
Framingham, Hollis Evan. ch. and

120 29 Lowell, 1st Cong. ch. and 80., in part,

200 00 Malden, Trin. Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 25 00 Medford, 1st Trin. Cong. ch. and 80.,

to const. D. W. Wilcox, GEORGE

PRATT, and H. C. KIDDER, H. M. 341 69 North Chelmsford, Rev. B. F. Clark and wife,

25 00 Tewksbury, Cong. ch., a friend, 10 00

West Dracut, Cong. ch. and so. 25 12-785 96 Middlesex Union. Fitchburg, Calv. Cong. ch. and so. mn. c

28 87 Lunenburg, additional,

50 Stow, Rev. R. W. Fuller,

2 0031 87 Norfolk county. Foxboro, Cong. ch. and so. 26.60,

Daniels Carpenter, to const. HOR-
ACE CARPENTER, H. M., 100; 126 60
Medfield, 2d Cong. ch. and so. and

58 00 Medway, Ist Cong. ch. and so. (of

wh. from m. c. 17.04), to const.
JOHN CLARK, H. M. 147.94; Vile
lage Cong. ch. and so. coll., with
other dona., to const. Mrs. S. B.
METCALF, H. M., 90.40;

288 34
Sharon, 1st Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 14 25
Walpole, Ortho. Cong. ch. and so. 31 53
West Roxbury, South Evan. Cong.
ch. and so. m. c.

28 97 Wrentham, 1st Cong. ch. and so.

m. c. 5.50; Cynthia Hawes, for
China, 50;

65 60---563 19 Old Colony:

Marion, 1st Cong. ch. and so. 16 00
New Bedford, Rev. Wheelock Craig,

40; Rev. Asahel Cobb, 20; 60 00—-76 00 Palestine Miss'y Society. E. Alden, Tr.

Abington, 1st Cong. ch. and so. 860 00
Bridgewater, Cong, ch, and so. coll.
98.50, m. c. 12.50;

111 00 Easton, Evan. Cong. ch. and so., to

const. L. S. DRAKE, H. M. 109 00 North Abington, Cong. ch. and so. m. c.

6 30 North Bridgewater, Porter

and so. 247.48; 1st Cong. ch. and
80. 65;

312 48 North Weymouth, Pilgrim Cong. and

23 50 Randolph, Winthrop Cong. ch. and

80. (of wh. from E. N. Holbrook,
to const. Mrs. RELIEF HOLBROOK,
H. M., 100), 347 77; Ist Cong. ch.
and so. 336;

683 77 South Abington, S. Blake,

20 00 South Weymouth, Union Cong. ch. and so.

26 00 Wey mouth, a member of Rev. A. A.

Ellsworth's church, for a female
student at Harpoot,

30 00-1,687 05 Plymouth county. Halifax, Cong. ch. and so.

12 00 Taunton, and vicinity.

Dighton, 1st Coug. ch. and so. 80 28
East Taunton, Cong. ch. and so.

20 00 West Attleboro, 1st Cong. ch, and

86 61---86 79 Worcester co. North Aux. Soc. C. San

derson, Tr. Ashburnham, "An aged female friend,

10 00 Winchendon, North Cong. ch. and 80. m. c.

500—15 00 Worcester co. Central Asso'n. E. H.

Sanford, Tr.
Auburn, Mrs. Elizabeth Green,
Berlin, a friend,

10 00 Worcester, Samuel Pierce, 10; Na.


Monson, Cong. ch. and so. m. c'ts,

60.64; E. E. Morris, 10.90; D. D.
Moody Estate, 3.46; Rev. D. N.
Coburn, 10:

95 00
Westfield, a friend, 10; a “Young
Lady,'' 10;

20 00--106 00 Hampshire co. Aux. Soc. S. E. Bridgman,

Amherst College, m. C., add'l,

200 Cummington, Village Cong. ch. and

so., to const. Rev. J. H. FELTCH,
II. M.

50 00
East Hampton, 1st Cong. ch. and so. 60 88
Hadley, Russell Cong. ch. and so.
m. c. 31.50; 2d Coug. ch. and so.

60 50 Northampton, Edwards Cong. ch.

and so. m. c. 13; " From an old
friend," 1,000;

1,013 00 Plainfield, Mrs. A. G. Pixley, 10 00 Southampton, a friend,

5 00 South Hillev. Teachers and Pupils

of Mount Holyoke Sem'y, for out-
fit of Olive S. Parmelee, to const.

Noble, and Mary Evans, H. M. 347 10
South Hadley Falls, South
and so.

89 20 West Cummington, Cong. ch. and 80. m. c.



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than Robbins, 6, Mrs. Robbins, 4;

HARRIET E. and EDWIN M. BARNES, a friend, 1;

2100—--35 00 H. M., 500, J. L. Davenport, to Worcester co. South Consociation. W.

const. MARY T. DAVENPORT, H. M. C. Capron, Tr.

100), 1,813.67; Church of the PilMillbury, a friend,

5 00

grims (Brooklyn), S. B. ChittenUpton, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 9.28;

den, 1,000; Madison Square Pres. friends, 14.71;

23 99-_-28 99 ch. (of wh! from John Slade, 200,

Rev. William Adams, 50, D. H.

8,308 21 Wickham, 50), 300; Mercer street A friend,

10 00 Pres. ch. (of wh. from W. W.

Chester, 150, E. Mills, 100), 250; 8,318 21

Church of the Covenant (Pres.), Legacies. – Millbury, Solomon Dwin

(of wh. from Thomas Denny, to nell, by H. W. Dwingell, Ex'r, to

const. Amy D. DENNY, H. M. 100, const. J. 0. EATON, Lodi, Wiscon

C. Butler, 50, R. H. McCurdy, to sin, H. M.

100 00

const. Rev. T. L. GULICK, H. M., Newbury, Catharine S. Sherburne,

50, H. A. Crosby, 15), 215; Clasby J. C. Coleman, Adm'r, $50, less

son Avenue Pres. ch. (Brooklyn), tax, 3,

47 00

198.75; Allen_st. Pres. ch., J. W. Northampton, Mrs. Margaret Hall,

Lester, 100; 7th Pres. ch. (coll. add'l, by her son, Rev. Gordon

60.86, m. c. 11.92), 72.78; 4th Ave. Hall,

125 00

Pres. ch. m. c. 44.75; Rev. J. G. Southwick, Rebecca Bingham, add'l, 24 00

Atterbury, 50; W. J. H. 10;

4,094 95 Waltham, Mrs. Narcissa B. Sher

Oneida co. Aux. Soc. J. E. Warner, Tr. man, in full, by Rev. D. M. Mitch

Marcy, Salem church (Welsh), 12 26 ell, Ex'r, 1,291 67-1,587 67 Utica, Ist Pres. ch.

483 95—-496 21 9,905 88

4,691 16 RIIODE ISLAND. Albany, 2d Pres. ch.

953 41 Central Falls, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 131 35 Albion, Pres. ch.

42 31
Angelica, Pres. ch.

50 00
Batavia, P. L. Tracy,

50 00 Fairfield co. East Aux. Soc.

Beekmantown, Pres. ch. m. c.

8 00 Stratford, G. Loomis, 6 00 Big Flats, a lady,

9 90 Fairfield co. West Aux. Soc. A. E.

Brewster's Station, Theodore B. Foster, 1000 Bearl, Tr.

Brighton, Mrs. E. H. Evans, for China, 5 00 Stanwich, Cong. ch. and so.

26 25 Buffalo, Mrs. W. G. Bancroft, 25; a Hartford co. Aux. Soc. E. W. Par

friend, for China, 20;

45 00

Capandaigua, Mrs.' E. A. Rice, for East Granby, Cong. ch. and so. 22 56


300 Hartford, Park Cong. ch. and so.

Cooperstown and vicinity, Fem. Miss'y coll. 139.49; Center Cong. ch. and


18 85 so, m. c. 36.82; a deaf mute, 5; 181 31

Corfu, Pres. ch. m. c.

6 50 Unionville, a friend, 500—208 87 Durham, 1st Pres. ch. m. c.

20 00 Middlesex Asso'n. John Marvin, Tr.

Geneseo, 2d Pres. ch.

W 00 Higganun, Cong. ch. and so., of wh.

Greenville, H. M. W.

12 60 from m. c. 31;

47 00
Hammondsport, Pres. ch.

19 50 Lyme, Grassy Hill Cong. ch., Mrs. E.

Huron, Pres. ch.

34 00 20 00

Ithica, Pres. ch. 6; J. B. Williams, to Middletown, Rev. E. W. Clark, 20 00—-87 00 const. R. B. WILLIAMS, H. M., 100; 106 00 New llaven City. E. T. Jarman, Agent.

Jamestown, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. Third Cong. ch. and so. 98.20; North

60, less exc. 15c.;

59 85 Cong. ch. and so. (of wh. from Miss

Jewett, L. North, 10, L. S. Bailey, 10; 20 00 N. Atwater, 40, m. c. 8.10), 48.10;

Kendall, Mrs. Annie Fisher,

7 00 Davenport, Cong. ch. and so. m. c.

Lafayette, Coug. ch. and so. (coll. 29.51; Centre Cong. ch. and so.

16.47, m. c. 19), 35.47, less exc. 1.72; 83 75 28.60; 204 41 Le Roy, Pres. ch.

51 05 New Haven co. East Aux. So. F. T.

Lewiston, Pres. ch.

20 00 Jarman, Agent.

Madrid, Cong. ch. and so.

5 50 Clinton, Cong. ch. and so., to const.

Malone, lst Cong. ch. and so. 188 80 GEORGE E Elliot, H. M.

105 01 Miller's Place, Mount Sinai Cong. ch. New Haven co. West Conso'n. E. B.

and so.

22 00 Bow.litch, Tr.

North Bergen, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Tal. Westville, Cong. ch. and so.

72 02 cott, to const. M. H. Talcott, TalTolland co. Aux. Soc. C. II. Dilling

cottville, Conn., H. M.

100 00 ham, Tr.

Pekin, Abigail Peck, add'l,

500 Stafford Springs, S.

5 00
Pompey, lst Cong. ch. and so.

40 00 Vernon, Cong. ch. and so.

30 64_-35 64 Potsdam, 1st Pres. ch., to const. Rev. Windham co. Aux. Soc. Rev. 8. G.

H. P. V. BOGUE, H. M.

75 57 Willard, Tr.

Rome, Rev. G. S. Boardman, D.D. 20 00 South Killingly, Cong. ch. and so.

Saratoga Springs, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 7, E. D. K. 6.50, Mrs. A. A.

16 75 Easton, 1.50;

15 00 Sherburne, 1st Cong. ch. and so. (of

wh. from William Newton, to const.

759 20 MARIA N. WILLIAMS, H. M. 100), to Legacies.--Middletown, William Plumb,

const. Rev. SAMUEL MILLER, H. M. 214 10 add'l, by William Southmayd, Trus

Spencer, Cong. ch. and so.

30 00 tee,

881 06 Stockholm, Mrs. Lucina Hubbard,

part avails of land, 200, less taxes,
1,640 26

194 30
Tarrytown, Charles Bowen,

10 00 Buffalo and vic. H. Stillman, Agent,

Truxton, Mrs. Louisa Pope,

20 00 Buffalo, North Pres. ch., in part, 60 00

Union Corners, Pres. ch.

2 54 Lancaster and Elma, Pres. churches, 4000-100 00 Watertown, Miss Hubbard,

5 00–2,625 28 New York and Brooklyn, Agency of the Board Bible llouse,

7,316 44 Of wh. from Clinton Ave. Cong. ch.

Legacies. - East Bloomfield, Uri Beach, and so (Brooklyn), (of wh. from

add'l, by George Rice, Ex'r, 25 00 A. S. Barues and wife, to const.

Ithica, Mrs. Rachel Shepherd, 50, MARY C., HENRY B., SARAF.,

less tax, 3;

47 00

C. llall,

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New Lebanon, Margaret Rowe, by

Cleveland, Mrs. E. E. Taylor,

200 00 Silas Churchill, Ex'r, to const.

Elyria, 1st Pres. ch., balance,

54 05 Rev. H. E. DECKER, Havana, Ill.,

Hampden, Cong. ch. and so.

4 00 H. M.

100 00—-172 00 Jersey, Pres. ch. m. c. 10,68, Rev. C. M.
Putnam, 83;

43 68
7,488 44 Lebanon, A. Holbrook,

10 00
Mesopotamia, a friend,

5 00 A friend,

50 00
Pittsfield, Cong. ch. and so.

24 00 Beverly, Pres. ch.

14 95
Tallmadge, Rev. Luther Shaw,

10 00 Fairfield, 1st Pres. ch., annual coll. 20 00

Windham, J. E. S.

5 00—430 37 Morristown, South st. Pres. ch. m. c. 208 78 Newark, Park Pres. ch. m. c. 42; Mrs.

785 72 M. 8.'Whiting, 20;

62 00—855 78 | Legacies.-Cleveland, William A. Otis,

by T. D. Crocker, 1,000, less tax, PENNSYLVANIA.


940 00 Ry S. Work, Agent.

Tallmadge, David Preston, in part, Chester, Chester City Pres. ch. 42 00

by L. C. Walton, Ex'r,

800 00-1,740 00 Delaware Water Gap, Mountain Pres. ch. m. c. 800

2,525 72 Philadelphia, North Broad st. Pres.

INDIANA. ch., (of wh.coll. 169.86, B. D. Stew

Crawfordsville, monthly concert, 500 art, to const. Mrs. CAROLINE H.,

| Franklin, Pres. ch.

2 60 Lizzie, and HENRY C. STRYKER, H.

Gilead, Pres. ch. M. 300), 469 86; Greenwich st. ch.,

Indianapolis, 2d Pres. ch.

105 00 50; 1st church (of wh. from Geo.

New Albany, 2d Pres. ch. annual coll. 248 03 W. Toland, 25, S. C. P. 10, a lady,

Shiloh, Pres. ch.

3 55-365 73 2), 37; 556 86—-606 86

ILLINOIS. Danville, Mrs. M. M. Magill,

500 Erie, 1st Pres. ch.

75 00
A friend,

15 00 Great Bend, Pres. ch.

29 00

Aurora, 8. B. Dyckman, 20, Rev. E. Honesdale, Rev. C. S. Dunning, 25 00

Ebbs, 10;

30 00 Lewistown, Mrs. E. Hoffman,

10 00

Blue Island, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 3 50
Lock Haven, G. B. Perkins,

4 72
Brimfield, Cong. ch. and so.

24 00 Montrose, Pres. ch., in part,

130 00

Charleston, Martha H. Nichols, 10 00 Peckville, E. Wesson,

5 00

Chicago, 3d Pres. ch. 146 05; 1st Pres. Philadelphia, Calvary Pres. ch.(of wh.

ch. 102.05; Union Park Cong. chú, from John A. Brown, 200, Mrs. 8. c.

Mrs. H. A. Singer (Lemont, III.), 25; Baldwin, 200, Mrs. C. S. Wurts, 150,

Rev. E. R. Davis, 6;

278 10 B. T. Tredick, 150, W. Strong, 130,

Crystal Lake, Cong. ch. and so. 10 00 Z M, Humphrey, 50, W. D. Bell, 50,

Dundee, Cong. ch. and so.

30 00 S. Colwell, 30, R. C. Dale, 25, J. H.

Elgin, Cong. ch. and so., to const. Rev. Redfield, 20, J. C. Cornelius, 20, Mr.


63 06 Bartow, G. F. Dale, G. F. Dale, Jr.,

Elmwood, Mrs. L. Hotchkiss,

300 Harry Dale, Mrs. Richardson, A. R.

Fulton, 2d Pres. ch.

23 27 Chambers, J. R. Neff, W. M. Farr,

Minonk, C. H. L. Brown,

10 00 R. N. Willson, J.S. Cummings, Mrs.

Odell, Cong. ch. and so.

7 00 Taylor, Mrs. Koons, C. E. Cornelius,

Ontario, Mrs. M. J. Leffingwell,

500 10 each, J. H, Williams, W. J. Mor

Orion, Miss M. E. Laird,

5 00 ris, A. McElroy, W. F. Judson, D.

Providence, Cong. ch. and so.

25 25 Winebrenner, W. Raiguel, Mrs. c.

Princeville, J. L. Rogers, for China, 10 00 Preston, A. S. Naudain, J. Thomas,

Quincy, 1st Cong. ch. and so.

50 00 5 each, Dr. Townsend, 2, S. H. Nors

Waverly, a member of Cong. ch. 20 00 ris, 2, others, 116.38), 1,320.38; J. D.

Wyanet, Cong. ch. and so. m. c. 1 70-623 88 L. 50; W. Purves, 8; a Missionary Widow, 5; 1,383 38

Pottsville, C. M. Baker,

Brooklyn, Pres. ch.

10 00 Wattsburgh, Pres. ch.

9 50
Byron, Pres. ch.

4 30
Wilkes Barre, a friend,
5 00-1,686 60 Edwardsburg, Pres. ch., add'l,

22 83
Flint, Episcopal church, Mrs. E. H.
2,293 46 Thomson,

Memphis, Cong. ch. and so.

7 00 Delaware City, Pres. ch. annual coll. 47 27

Muir, 1st Pres. ch., annual coll. 10 26 Port Penn, Pres. ch. 778—55 05 Sandstone, Mary B. Park,

20061 89


MINNESOTA. Baltimore, Board of Beneficence, of St.

Blue Earth City, 1st Pres. ch.

7 50 John's Ind. M. P. church, by C. W.

Chatfield, G. H. Haven,

10 00 Ridgely, Cor. Sec‘y, to const. Rev.

Faribault, Cong. ch. and so.

26 90 Aug. WEBSTER, D.D., D. C. H. Ex

St. Paul, House of Hope Pres. ch. m. c. 97 65 ORY, and Joun MAILANEY, H. M.

250 00 Stillwater, Ist Pres. ch. m. c. for June, 12 00—154 05 VIRGINIA.

S. H. W.

10 00 Atalissa, Pres. ch., for N. A. Indians,
1.83, less expenses, 50c.;

1 83 Jonesboro, Pres. ch.

16 00
Bell Plaine, Cong. ch. and so.

15 00 Lookout Mountain Educational Insti

Bristol, Rev. 0. Littlefield and wife, 10 50 tions, m. c.

5 65—21 65 Cedar Valley, Pres. ch., for N. A. In

dians, 8.88, less expenses, 8lc.; 3 07
Dayton, two German friends,

100 Burlington, James M. Preston,

20 00
Garnavillo, Cong. ch. and so., ada'i,

100 Green upsburg, A. C. V.

500—25 00 Grand View, German and so. 10 00

Green Mountain, Cong. ch. and so. 15 00
Grinnell, a friend,

500 By William Scott, Agent.

Keokuk, 1st Pres. ch.

33 00 Cincinnati, 3d Pres. ch. coll. 264 00

Sherrill's Mound, German Cong. ch. Paddy's Run, Cong. ch. and so. coll. 80 35

and so. 3; F. Hammil, thank-offerYellow Springs, Pres. ch.

11 00-355 35 ing for answer to prayer, 2; 500-99 90 " Trust,”

29 64 Belpre, Cong. ch. and so., balance of

WISCONSIN. annual coll. 26.63, m. c. 18.37; 45 00

Allen's Grove, Cong. ch. and so. 11 00

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