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ing, 138; an only daughter's savings, 138; Mr. Munger, 326; elevating influence of Chris-
letter from Capt. Bingham, 170; what it costs, tianity, 406; the mission's extremity, 406; fruit
171; letter from Mr. Snow, 201; letter from of a catechist's labor, 407.
the Taurus mountains, 202; Henry Parsons Malatia, 197.
Barnum, 203; letter of thanks from Micro- Mana Madura station, 279; deputation of be-
nesia, 234; letters. from Harpoot, 266, 297; a lievers - giving tithes, 279; girls' school, 280;
cruel Swamy, 267; what one Sabbath-school disappointment, 280.
does, 267; how I get money, 267; a Moslem Marash station, 16, 56, 224, 231; the seminary,
boy in Syria, 329; pleased with the work, 418; 16; students, 16; visit to Albustan – ordina-
missionary boxes, 419; “Shall we whose souls tion — new chapel, 56, 57; parsonage wanted,
are lighted,” 419; noble workers, 420; a juve- 57; report, 224; monthly summary, 231.
nile missionary society, 420; a blind boy in Mardin station, — report, 152; persecution, 388,
China, 420.

401.
Fundajuk, 17.

Marsovan station, 85, 226, 231; first impressions

of Mr. Tracy, 85; the theological school, 87;
Gaboon mission, 2, 23, 94, 196, 262, 313, 416; an- girls' school, 87; the church, 88; vacation-

nual survey, 2; depravity and superstition labor of students, 226; congregations, 226;
trade and its influence, 23; monthly summary, women's prayer-meetings, 227 ; pleasant home,

94, 196, 262, 416; the French Admiral, 196. 227; monthly summary, 231.
Greece - - mission to, 2, 82, 91, 125, 165, 228; an- Marquesas mission, 128, 325.

nual survey, 2; Protestant Sabbath services, Methodist Episcopal missions, 95.
82; labors of Greek Protestant preachers, 83; Micronesia mission, 10, 153, 252, 318, 325; an-
enmity and opposition, 83; monthly summary, nual survey, 10; voyage of Morning Star, 153;
91, 199; renewed persecution of Dr. King, 125; letters from Mr. Snow respecting Ebon and
a call upon the Metropolitan, 228.

Kusaie, 155, 319; letters from Mr. Sturgis re-
Gurun, 124, 192.

specting Ponape, 157, 252; new church — a
Harpoot station, 41, 117, 189, 246, 284; mission

great change, 253; the mountain patriarch –

wrong by a sea-captain -- a new stage in the
premises — female seminary, 41; tour with

work – difficulties, 253; general letter, 254;
native pastors, 117; pastor Thomas, 117, 120; letter from Mr. Doane, 318; a happy death,
Evangelical Union, 118; schools, 118; tithes, 319; statistics, 325.
118; ordinations, 118; young men licensed Miscellaneous articles,

erroneous statements,
to preach, 118; Moosh plain — poverty, 119; 12; "help those women," 13; the Paris Expo-
spiritual degradation, 120; letter from a mis-

sition, 26; disinterested testimony, 27, 162;
sionary's wife — account of a tour to the vil-
lages, 189; student helpers and their work,

Capt. Reynolds on the Hawaiian mission, 27;

cost of missions and of strong drink, 28; week
246; mission to Koordistan, 247; native pas-
torate, 248; station report, 218; encourage-

of prayer, 29; progress of the last ten years, 46;
ment in the Arabic field, 248; laborers for

Sateeta, 73; American missions in Turkey, 76;
Moosh plain, 281; society of workers, 284;

to pastors in Northern New England, 80; the
the seminaries, 285.

times are hard, 91; temple at Madura, 105;
Hasbeiya with engraving, 145.

progress in the Mahratta field, 107; "honor
Hasan Beyli, 88.

to whom honor," 126; scraps from Zululand,
Hums, 326.

127; the Marquesas people and mission, 128;

Zenana work, 129; giving and trusting, 129;
India, - other missions in, 32, 95, 135, 200, 264,

$5 towards the $2,000,000, 130; a costlier of-
294, 418.

fering, 130; missions in Turkey, 130; Hasbe-

iya — with engraving, 145; “Šo much to do
Japan, 94, 169, 232, 265, 290, 296.

at home," 147; Prussian missions in South
Jews, 65.

Africa, 159; sound doctrine at Harpoot, 161;

Chinese at the Sandwich Islands, 162; inter-
Kalgan station, 93.

esting discussion at Madura, 163; a want, 164;
Kessab, - engraving and article, 241.

North China mission, 177; enlightenment of
Kullatt, 249.

Turkey, 194; Koordish exile to Siberia, 194;

the "Herald” over the sea, 195; the Armenian
Labrador, 297.

Church, 210; education of a native ministry,
London Missionary Society, 134.

212; monthly concert, 240; Kessab, the church
Madagascar, 264, 327.

on the mountain, 241; what does the witness
Madura mission, 7, 30, 64, 133, 163, 186, 221, 232,

know, 257; open field in China, 258; the men
250, 279, 294, 317, 408; annual survey, 7;

wanted, 258; a native pastorate, 259; a month-
monthly summary, 30, 64, 133, 232, 294; in-

ly concert in India, 260; slips from the treas-
teresting discussion, 163; annual report, 186;

urer, 260, 292; speech on missions in Maine,

290; letter from a native Bible-woman, 291;
impressions on returning to India, 221; letter
from Mr. Hazen-impressions, 280; letter from

sermon on tithes, at Harpoot, 308; another
Mr. Penfield — beginning to preach – the peo-

cry for help, 312; “Carleton
ple given to idolatry

India, 322; the Brahmo Somaj, 323; Lebanon
- a festival, 317; hook-
swinging, 408. See stations, - Dindigul, Mana

and the Abeih seminary, 393; three facts of
Madura, and Battalagundu.

the year, 395; the Missionary Herald, 399; a
Mahratta mission, 6, 20, 51, 133, 166, 197, 263,

littlě leaven and how it works, 411; a phase
280, 326, 406; monthly summary, 133, 197, 263,

of Chinese character, 412; gifts at the annual
326; annual survey, 6; Brahmin convert at

meeting, 413; interesting donations, 414; a

glorious change, 415.
Sholapoor --- opposition - violence - interfer- Mongols, 21.
ence of magistrates, 20; self-support, 51, 107; Monthly concert - a paper on, 373.
progress - calling of pastors, 52, 107; Chris-
tians scattered, 53; station reports, 166; giv-

Monthly summary, 30, 63, 90, 132, 164, 196, 230,

261, 293, 324, 386.
ing tithes, 263; letter from Mr. Atkinson Moravian missions, 255.
impressions of a new laborer, 280; death of Mosul, 249.

on missions in

sorrow

Nestorian mission, 6, 17, 54, 115, 133, 166, 222, 282, 1 Seir, with engraving, 373.

382, 404; monthly summary, 133, 166; annual Seneca mission, 11, 134,
survey, 6; mountain fields, 17, 224; the Pa- Sert, 152, 249.
triarch, 17; attempt to expel helpers, 17; re- Shirwan, Russia, 54.
forming priest in Tiary, 18; meetings of help- | Siam, 95.
ers, 18, 115; Moslem violence, 19, 54, 284; Sidon station, - interest at Bano, 58.
mountain helpers, 54; movements in Shirwan, Sivas station, 123, 192, 225; trials, 123; encour-
Russia, 51; self-support, 116, 283, 383; use of agement at out-stations, 123 ; promising stu-
wine, 116; encouragement, 222; opposition, dent, 124; Gurun, 124, 192; Zara -- pleasant
223; Mohammedan converts, 223; joy and change, 225; a promising pupil, 225; morals,

additions, 282; week of prayer - 226.
Geogtapa, 282; sale of books, 283; Deacon Soongoorli, 193.
Eshoo at Tabreez, 382; oppression and perse- South America missions in, 94, 290, 296.
cution, 383; civil affairs--the Ardishai church, South Pacitic missions, 33, 65.
405; energy of a native helper, 405.

Syria mission, 5, 58, 64, 92, 133, 165, 198, 294,
New England Women's Foreign Missionary So- 312, 326 ; annual survey, 5; monthly sum-

ciety — receipts, 90, 139, 164, 196, 230, 261, 293, mary, 64, 92, 133, 165, 198, 294, 326; a cry for
325, 387; officers, etc., 90; appeal to Christian

help, 312.
women, 139; quarterly meetings, etc., 164, 230;
Meeting at Norwich, 410.

Tabreez, 382.
Nicomedia, 326.

Turkey — American missions in, 76.
North China mission, 9, 21, 32, 50, 64, 93, 167, Turkey mission, Western, 3, 14, 30, 63, 84, 92,

177, 182, 263, 277, 295, 388; annual survey, 9; 128, 192, 225, 231, 261, 285, 326, 387; annual
the Mongols — missionary effort called for, 21; survey, 3, monthly summary, 30, 63, 92, 231,
monthly summary, 32, 61, 93, 167, 263, 295, 261, 294, 326, 387. See stations, — Broosa, Ni-
388; climate, diseases, etc., 50; call for men, comedia, Marsovan, Cesarea, Sivas, Eski Za-
51; historical sketch of the mission, 177; visit gra, and Philippopolis.
to Chu-chia-tsai and Ti-Ch'i, 182; letter from Turkey mission, Central, 4, 16, 30, 54, 88, 92, 149,
Dr. Treat — impressions, 277.

165, 221, 281, 244, 387, 416; annual survey, 4;

monthly summary, 30, 92, 165, 231, 294, 387,
Obituary notices - Rev. N. L. Lord, M. D., 113; 416; station reports, 224; letter to Turkish Mis-

Mrs. Lucretia L. Barnum, 136; Rev. Edward sions Aid Society, 224. See stations, - Aintab,
Johnson, 148; Rev. Asa Thurston, 217; Mrs. Marash, Oorta, Antioch, and Adana.
Mary Ann Jewett, 328; Rev. Sendol B. Mun- | Turkey mission, Eastern, 5, 30, 41, 92, 117, 150,

166, 189, 246, 284, 315, 388, 101; annual survey,
Ojibwa mission, — annual survey, 11.

5; monthly summary, 30, 92, 166, 197, 388; sta-
Oorfa station, 387.

tion reports, 152; letter from a native preacher,
Other societies and missions, 24, 58, 255, 288, 315. See stations, Bitlis, Diarbekir, Erz-

409; monthly summary, 32, 65, 94, 134, 168, room, Ilarpoot, and Mardin.
199, 232, 263, 296, 327; missionary work of
British Christians, 58.

Umtwalumi station, with engraving, 305.

United Presbyterians of Scotland - their mis-
Papal missions, 168.

sions, 24.
Paris Missionary Society, 25.
Philippopolis station, 11, 287; progress in Bul-

West Africa -- other missions, 134.
garia, 14; papal and intidel indluences - en-

Woman's Board of Missions, - meeting at Nor-
couragements – hostility, 15; opposition at

wich, 410. See New England.
Tartar Pazarjik, 287.
Plea for enlarged efforts, 358.

Woman's Board of Missions for the Interior, 416.
Presbyterian Board, 233, 265, 288.

Women's Foreign Missionary Society. See New
Provision for disabled missionaries, etc.,

England.

- re-
port of committee, 365.
Prussian missions in South Africa, 159.

Yozgat, 193.

ger, 396.

Sandwich Islands mission, 9, 27, 47, 167, 199, Zara, 225.

219, 232, 275, 320, 388; monthly summary, Zeitoon, 16.
167, 232, 325, 388; annual survey, 9; Capt. Zulu mission, 3, 168, 188, 232, 254, 314, 384;
Reynolds on the mission, 27; moral condition, monthly summary, 168, 232; annual survey,
47; call for a convention, 199; great volcanic 3; the seminary, 188, 384; French Basuta
eruption, 219; the General Association, 275; mission, 188; Umbiana's station, 254; gen-
Hawaiian missionaries, 275; trials — a brighter eral letter report, 314; Umvoti station re-
side - a work of grace, 320; the earthquake, port, 385; Mr. Grout's visit to former stations,
321; Hilo prosperous, 321; statistics, 325.

386.

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INDEX TO NAMES OF PERSONS.

The following Index contains the Names of the Missionaries and Assistant Missionaries whose communications

are inserted in this volume, and those about whom information is given.

Abbott, Amos, 7.

Bridgman, Henry M., 3, 352. Dwight, Mrs., 4, 34.
Abbott, Mrs., 7.

Bridgman, Mrs., 3.
Abraham, Andrew, 3.

Bruce, Henry J., 6, 166, 406. Eddy, W. W., 6, 165.
Abraham, Mrs., 3.
Bruce, Mrs., 6.

Eddy, Mrs., 6.
Adams, Lucien H., 4, 30, 165, Bryant, Albert, 4, 352. Ely, Miss Charlotte E., 266.
244.
Bryant, Mrs., Á.

Ely, Miss Mary A. C., 266.
Adams, Mrs., 4, 165.

Burbank, Lysander T., 5, 266. Emerson, J. S., 10.
Agnew, Miss Eliza, 8.

Burbank, Mrs., 5, 266. Everett, Miss Eliza D., 418.
Alexander, W. P., 9.

Burnell, T. S., 7.
Alexander, William Dewitt, 10. Burnell, Mrs., 7.

Fairbank, Samuel B., 6, 52, 166.
Allen, O. P., 5, 388.

Bushnell, Albert, 2, 23, 94, 196, Fairbank, Mrs., 6.
Allen, Mrs., 5.

262, 312.

Farnsworth, W. A., 4, 63, 193.
Andrews, Lorrin, 10.
Bushnell, Mrs., 2.

Farnsworth, Mrs., 4, 63.
Andrews, Claudius B., 9.

Byington, Theodore L., 4. Forbes, Anderson 0., 10, 388.
Andrews, Miss Mary E., 169, Byington, Mrs., 4.

Fritcher, Miss Eliza, 4.
295, 388.
Andrus, Alpheus N., 200, 294. Calhoun, S. H., 6, 258, 393. Giles, Walter H., 4.
Andrus, Mrs., 200, 294.
Calhoun, Mrs., 6.

Giles, Mrs., 4.
Atkinson, William H., 7, 167, Capron, William B., 7, 279. Goodell, William, 4.
280.
Capron, Mrs., 7.

Goodrich, Chauncey,9, 263, 412.
Atkinson, Mrs., 7, 167.

Carruth, Miss Nellie, 418. Goodrich, Mrs., 9.

Chandler, J. E., 7, 163, 260, 294. Green, S. F., 8, 262.
Baker, Miss Isabella C., 328. Chandler, Mrs., 7.

Green, Mrs., 8.
Baldwin, C. C., 9.

Chapin, Lyman Dwight, 9, 32, Greene, Joseph K., 4, 76, 84, 352.
Baldwin, Mrs., 9.

93, 167.

Greene, Mrs., 4.
Baldwin, Dwight, 9.
Chapin, Mrs., 9.

Grout, Aldin, 3, 232, 385.
Baldwin, Theodore A., 4. Chester, Edward, 7, 222, 250. Grout, Mrs., 3.
Baldwin, Mrs., 4.
Chester, Mrs., 7.

Gulick, L. H., 10, 47, 277.
Ball, J. N., 4.
Church, E. P., 10.

Gulick, Peter J., 10.
Ball, Mrs., 4.

Clark, Miss Harriet S., 11. Gulick, 0. H., 275.
Barker, W. P., 7.
Clark, E. W., 10, 352.

Gulick, John T., 9, 21.
Barnum, Herman N., 5, 117, 161, Clarke, James F., 4, 14, 287. Gulick, Mrs., 8.

166, 195, 197, 201, 246, 284. Clarke, Mrs., 4.
Barnum, Mrs., 5.

Clarke, Miss Ursula C., 418. Hall, William, 11.
Barnum, Henry S., 5, 30.

Closson, Miss Sarah A., 4, 63. Hall, Mrs., 11.
Barnum, Mrs., 5, 30, 136. Coan, G. W., 6, 54, 282. Harding, Charles, 7, 20, 133,
Bartlett, Lyman, 4, 63, 285. Coan, Mrs., 6.

197, 234, 352.
Bartlett, Mrs., 4, 63.

Coan 9, 35, 162, 167, 219, Harding, Mrs., 7.
Bingham, Hiram, Jr., 10, 153. 32

Hartley, Miss Carrie, 418.
Bingham, Mrs., 10.

Coch G., 6, 64, 115. Hartwell, Charles, 9, 93, 184,
Bird, William, 6, 198.
Cochranr, Mrs., 6.

278.
Bird, Mrs., 6.
Coffing, Mrs. J. L., 4.

Hartwell, Mrs., 9, 93.
Bishop, Artemas, 10.
Cole, Royal M., 328.

Haskell, Henry C., 4.
Bishop, S. E., 9.
Cole, Mrs., 328.

Haskell, Mrs., 4.
Bissell, Lemuel, 6, 263.

Hastings, E. P., 8, 93.
Bissell, Mrs., 6.

Dean, Samuel C., 7, 352. Hastings, Mrs., 8.
Bliss, E. E., 3.
Dean, Mrs., 7.

Hazen, Allen, 6, 51.
Bliss, Mrs., 3.

Dean, Miss Jennie, 266. Hazen, Mrs., 6.
Bliss, Miss Flavia L., 418. Dennis, J. S., 418.

Hazen, Hervey C., 7, 184, 280.
Blodget, H., 9, 50, 93, 167, 258, De Riemer, Wm. E., 418. Hazen, Mrs., 7, 134.
388.
De Riemer, Mrs., 418.

Herrick, George F., 3.
Blodget, Mrs., 9.

Doane, E. T., 10, 159, 318. Herrick, Mrs., 3.
Bond, Elias, 9.
Doane, Mrs., 10.

Herrick, James, 7, 133, 232.
Bond, Lewis, 200, 294, 326. Dole, Daniel, 10.

Herrick, Mrs., 7.
Bond, Mrs., 200, 294, 326. Doolittle, Justus, 9.

Hollister, Miss Mary G., 4.
Bonney, Mrs., C. V. R., 8. Doolittle, Mrs., 9.

Howland, W. W., 8, 31.
Bridgman, Mrs. E. J., 9, 64. Dwight, H. O., 4, 34.

Howland, Mrs., 8.

Hunt, P. R., 9, 169, 295, 388. Payson, Miss Adelia M., 418. Stanley, Mrs., 9.
Hunt, Mrs., 9, 169, 295, 388. Peet, Lyman B., 9, 64, 295, 388. Stone, S. B., 3.
Peet, Mrs., 9.

Stone, Mrs., 3.
Ireland, W., 3, 188, 384. Peet, Miss Jennie S., 9, 93. Sturges, A. A., 10, 157, 234, 252.
Ireland, Mrs., 3.

Penfield, Thornton B., 7, 30, Sturges, Mrs., 10.

317.
Jessup, H. H., 6, 145, 312, 352, Penfield, Mrs., 7.

Taylor, H. S., 7, 134, 221.
418.

Perkins, Justin, 6, 222, 404. Taylor, Mrs., 7, 134.
Jessup, Mrs., 418.
Perkins, Mrs., 6.

Taylor, Miss Martha S., 7, 134.
Jessup, Samuel, 6, 58, 07, 159, Perry, Henry T., 4, 149, 294. Thayer, C. C., 233, 326.
294.
Perry, Mrs., 4.

Thayer, Mrs., 233, 326.
Jessup, Mrs., 0.
Pettibone, Ira F., 4.

Thomson, W.M., 5, 92.
Jolmson, Edward, 10, 149. Pierce, John E., 328.

Thomson, Mrs., 5.
Pierce, Mrs., 328.

Thompson, Thomas W., 265.
King, Jonas, 3, 82, 125, 228. Pixley, Stephen C., 3.

Thurston, Asa, 10, 217.
King, Mrs., 3.
Pixley, Mrs., 3.

Townshend, Miss Harriet E., 8,
Knapp, George C., 5, 02, 266. Pogue, John F., 9.

134, 168, 326.
Knapp, Mrs., 5, 266.

Pollard, G. A., 5, 122, 352. Tracy, William, 7, 105, 163, 352.
Pollard, Mrs., 5.

Tracy, Mrs., 7.
Labaree, Benjamin, Jr., 6, 17, Pollock, Miss Sarah, 7, 134. Tracy, Charles C., 4, 85, 226.
382.
Pond, Edward R., 11.

Tracy, Mrs., 4.
Labaree, Mrs., 6.
Pond, Mrs., 11.

Tracy, Miss Rebecca D., 266.
Ladd, Daniel, 4, 352.
Pond, Theodore S., 418.

Treat, Alfred 0., 9, 93, 167,
Ladd, Mrs., 4.
Pond, Mrs., 418.

277.
Leonard, Julius Y., 4, 352. Porter, Miss Mary H., 169, 295, Trowbridge, T. C., 3.
Leonard, Mrs., 4.

388.

Trowbridge, Mrs., 3.
Lindley, Daniel, 3.

Post, George E., 6, 73, 92, 212. Tyler, Josiah, 3, 254.
Lindley, Mrs., 3.
Post, Mrs., 6.

Tyler, Mrs., 3.
Livingston, William W., 4, 123 Powers, P. O., 4, 54, 164, 387.
192, 225.

Powers, Miss Harriet G., 328. Van Duzee, Miss Cyrene 0., 328.
Livingston, Mrs., 4.
Pratt, A. T., 4, 16, 65.

Van Dyck, C. V. A., 5.
Lloyd, Mrs. Katharine C., 3. Pratt, Mrs., 4.

Van Dyck, Mrs., 5.
Lock, 'Edwin, 200, 294.
Preston, Ira M., 2.

Van Lennep, H. J., 3.
Lock, Mrs., 200, 294.
Preston, Mrs., 2.

Van Lennep, Mrs., 3.
Lord, N. L., 7, 113.

Proctor, Miss Myra A., 4. Van Norden, T. L., 6.
Lord, Mrs., 7.

Van Norden, Mrs., 6.
Lowry, Isaac N., 6, 64, 326. Quick, James, 8.
Lowry, Mrs., 6.
Quick, Mrs., 8.

Walker, Mrs. Eliza M., 5.
Lyman, D. B., 9.

Walker, William, 2.
Lyons, Lorenzo, 9.
Rendall, John, 7, 352.

Walker, Mrs., 2.
Rendall, Mrs., 7.

Warfield, Miss Mary E., 5.
Mellen, William, 3.

Reynolds, Miss Mary E., 4. Washburn, George, 4, 231, 352.
Mellen, Mrs., 3.

Rhea, Mrs. Sarah J., 6. Washburn, Mrs., 4.
Milne, James A., 5.
Rice, Miss Mary S., 6.

Washburn, George T.,7, 31, 251.
Milne, Mrs., 5.

Richardson, Sandford, 4. Washburn, Mrs., 7.
Mitchell, Samuel S., 6.
Richardson, Mrs., 4.

Webster, Miss Maggie, 418.
Mitchell, Mrs., 6.
Riggs, Elias, 3, 30.

West, Henry S., 4, 352.
Montgomery, Giles F., 4, 56, Riggs, Mrs., 3.

West, Mrs., 4.
231.

Riggs, Stephen R., 11, 65, 399. West, Miss Maria A., 5, 66, 267,
Montgomery, Mrs., 4.
Riggs, Mrs., 11.

297.
Morse, Charles F., 4, 227, 326, Robbins, Elijah, 3.

Wetmore, Charles H., 9.
387.
Robbins, Mrs., 3.

Wheeler, Crosby H., 5, 41, 315,
Morse, Mrs.,
4.
Rood, David, 3.

328.
Munger, S. B., 6, 326, 396. Rood, Mrs., 3.

Wheeler, Mrs., 5, 328.
Munger, Mrs., 6.

Wheeler, L. H., 11.
Sanders, M. D., 8, 134 168, 388. Wheeler, Mrs., 11.
Norcross, Miss Roseltha A., 4. Sanders, Mrs., 8, 12 $8. White, Charles T., 7, 64.
Noyes, J. T., 7, 408.
Schauffler, Henry

Wbite, Mrs., 7.
Noyes, Mrs., 7.
Schauffler, Mrs.,

Wilcox, Abner, 10.
Nutting, David H., 4, 233, 326. Schneider, B., 4,

Wilder, H. A., 3, 168, 305, 352.
Nutting, Mrs., 4, 233, 326. Schneider, Mrs.,

Wilder, Mrs., 3.
Nutting, G. B., 4, 352.
Seymour, Miss Hats

Williams, W.F.,5, 120, 152, 248,
Nutting, Mrs., 4.
Shedd, John H., 6, 1

403, 411.
Shedd, Mrs., 6.

Williams, Mrs., 5.
Page, Henry P., 418.
Smith, James W., 10.

Williams, Mark, 9, 295.
Page, Mrs., 418

Smith, John F., 4, 87, 231. Williams, Mrs., 9.
Palmer, Henry K., 418.
Smith, Mrs., 4.

Williamson, T. S., 11, 94.
Palmer, Mrs., 418.
Smith, J. C., 8.

Williamson, Mrs., 11.
Paris, John D., 9, 221, 320. Smith, Mrs., 8.

Williamson, Miss Jane S., 11.
Parker, B. W., 10.
Smith, Lowell, 10.

Williamson, John P., 11, 32, 167.
Parker, Henry H., 10.

Smith, Miss Rosella A., 7. Williamson, Mrs., 11.
Parmelee, Moses P., 5, 150, 210, wow, B. G., 10, 155, 201, 263, Wood, William, 6, 407.
328.

319.

Wood, Mrs., 6.
Parmelee, Mrs., 5, 328.
Snow, Mrs., 10.

Woodin, Simeon F., 9.
Parmelee, Miss Olive L., 328. Spaulding, Levi, 8, 64.

Woodin, Mrs., 9.
Parsons, J. W., 4, 326, 387. Spaulding, Mrs., 8.

Wright, Asher, 11, 134.
Parsons, Mrs., 4.

Stanley, Charles A., 9, 32, 182. Wright, Mrs., 11.

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