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The Corresponding Secretaries of the Board are Rev. RUFUs ANDERsoN, Rev. SEL TREAT, Rev. Swan L. PoMRoy, and. Rev. GEORGE W. Wood. Letters relating to the sions and General Concerns of the Board, may be addressed - SECRETARIEs of THE A. B. C. F. M. - , Missionary House, 33 Pemberton Square, Boston. Letters intended for the Corresponding Secretary resident in New York may be addre Rev. GeoRGE W. Wood, Bible House, Astor Place, New York city Donations and letters relating to the Pecuniary Concerns of the Board, (except letters the subject of the Missionary Herald,) should be addressed - JAMEs M. GoRDON, Treasurer of the A. B. C. F. M. Missionary House, 33 Pemberton Square, Boston. Letters relating to the Missionary Herald, Journal of Missions and Youth's Daysprin and remittances for them, should be addressed AUGUSTUs DURANT, Missionary House, 33 Pemberton Square, Boston,
The following arrangement has been made in the system of General Agencies by the Pr dential Committee, with a view to greater efficiency in the organizations for raising funds.
IDistricts. I)istrict Secretaries.
MAss ACHUSETTS : e - - . Rev. Is AAc R. WoRCESTER, Auburndale, Ms.
SouTHERN NEw ENGLAND :
NEW YORK CITY : - - . New York city, Long Island, River Counties as [The care of this district is among the duti far as Columbia and Greene, and East Jersey, devolving on Mr. WooD.]
EASTERN NEW YORK : Delaware, Otsego, Oneida and Lewis Cos. for a Western boundary, including Berkshire Co., in Massachusetts, and Bennington, Rutland, Ad- dison, Chittenden, and Franklin Cos.,Vermont, Rev. J. H. PETTINGELL, 114 Statest. Albany, N.
WESTERN NEW YORK : All West of the Eastern District, . . - ... Rev. FREDERICK E. CANNoN, Geneva, N. Y. PHILADELPHIA : Pennsylvania, WestJersey, Delaware, Maryland, o and District of Columbia, e • e . Rev. John McCLEoD, Philadelphia.
NoFTHERN OHIO : Western Reserve, and Counties West, . . Rev. S. G. CLARK, Brooklyn, Cuyahoga Co., CINCINNATI : • Southern Ohio, Southern Indiana, and Southern Illinois, . • - - . Rev. H. A. TRACY, Cincinnati, Ohio.
MICHIGAN AND NoFTHERN INDIANA : . Rev. O. P. Hoyt, Kalamazoo, Mich.
NOTICE TO COLLECTORS AND DONORS.
The Herald will be sent gratuitously—To every Donor, who does not prefer taking it. a subscriber, and contributes to the Board, in a year, not less than ten dollars: To eve Collector, who collects, during the year, not less than fifteen dollars: To the Treasurer every association or society, contributing, during one year, not less than twenty dollars: T pastor or stated supply of every congregation which contributes to the treasury of the B through the monthly concert or otherwise. It may be proper to add that the Herald is sent to the members of the Board, as such, whether corporate, corresponding or honorary Persons entitled to the Herald, as subscribers, or gratuitously, according to the fore regulations, who do not receive it, are requested to give information of the failure. Pe receiving it, but not entitled to it as subscribers, or gratuitously, are requested to return Those who are entitled to a copy of the Herald gratuitously, can have a copy of the Jo nal and Dayspring instead, if they prefer it. - - A copy of the Annual Report of the Board will be given to every association that tributes twenty dollars or more, during the year. • . Treasurers of Associations and Auxiliaries are requested to give information res the number of gratuitous Heralds and Reports required. -
In making devises and legacies to the Board, the entire corporate name, “The Am
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,” should be used; otherwise the in the testator may be defeated.