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Fitchburg, Rollstone Cong. ch. I9 Shirley Village, Cong. ch. and so. II Norfolk county. Brainfree, 1st Cong. ch., 16.03; H. A. Johnson, 12, 28 Brookline, R. W. Shapleigh, Memo. und. 1,840 East Weymouth, Cong. ch. and so., to const. Rev. Daniel Evans, - *** - 5o Milton, Cong. ch. and so. 4 I North Weymouth, Pilgrim Cong. ch. 14 Norwood, Rev. A. L. Loder, for native preacher, Madura, Io Randolph, “New Year's Greeting,” 50 South Brain tree, Cong. ch. and so. 15 South Weymouth, 2d Cong. ch. 18 Walpole, Cong. ch. and so. 3o Wellesley Hills, Cong. ch. and so. 103
Old Colony Auxiliary.
Campello. South Cong. ch. 3o Duxbury, Pilgrim Cong. ch. 5 Hanson, Cong. ch. and so. 5 Hingham, Cong. ch. and so. 2 Marion, n Io Rockland, Cong. ch. and so., 30; A friend, 5, 35
Gardner, 1st Cong. ch. 50
Templeton, Trin. Cong. ch. 22 Worcester co. Central Asso'n. E. H.
Clinton, 1st Cong. ch. 63
Leicester, 1st Cong. ch. 85
Princeton, Cong. ch. and so. Io.2
Worcester, Salem-st. Cong. ch.,
Legacies. -- Boston, Justin S. Am-
itt, by C. H. Leavitt, Ex'r, in
R. Vining, Ex'r (previously received ...; 1,500
Kingston, Cong. ch. and so. 37
52 28 ol.
9 oo–554 51
MISSOURI. Bevier, Welsh Cong. ch. 6 La Grange, German Cong. ch. I Lebanon, Cong. ch. 28 Meadville, Cong. ch. 9 Springfield, 1st Cong. ch., to const. William M. SMITH, H. M. 127 St. Louis, 1st Cong. ch., 132.42: Aubert-pl. Cong. ch., 18.58; Pilgrim Cong, ch., 129.44, 28o OHIO. Andover, Cong. ch. ro Atwater, Cong. ch. 25 Bradner, Mrs. L. F. Mahony, lo Brookfield, English Cong. ch. and Sab. sch. 8 Chagrin Falls, First Cong. ch. 19 Cincinnati, Columbia Cong. ch. 34 Cleveland, East Madison-ave. Cong. ch., 6.68; Jennings-ave. Cong. ch., 50; Plymouth ch., 12, 6S Delaware, William Bevan, 5 Kent, George O. Rice, Io North Amherst, Cong. ch. 13 North Monroeville, Cong. ch. and Sab. sch. 4. Oberlin, 1st Cong. ch., 71.62; do., Mrs. Finney, 29; 2d Cong. ch., 88.11, 179 Painesville, 1st Cong. ch. 5o Salem, Rev. David A. Allen, 25 Springfield, Lagonda-ave. Cong. ch. 14 Thomaston, Cong. ch. 5 Unionville, Rev. J. C. Burnell, 5 York, Cong. ch., add’l, 4. ILLINOIS. Albion, 1st Cong. ch. 6 Annawan, 1st Cong. ch. 2.
- Foc, 2 Topeka, Central Cong. ch. i i Udall, Cong. i. 8 NEBRASKA. Ainsworth. A friend, Bloomfield, Cong. ch. Chadron, Cong. ch., 15; Chas. E. 1Ce, 5, 2O Friend, German Cong. ch. 2 Moline, Cong. ch. I Wymore, Cong. ch. 9 CALIFORNIA. Oakland, 1st Cong. ch., 167.20; Class of '93, Pacific Theol. Sem., by Harry Perks, for theol. student, Tung-cho, care of Rev. D. Z. Sheffield, 12.60, 179 Redlands, Lugonia Terrace ch. 8o San Diego, S. P. Jones, 25 San Francisco, Olivet Cong. ch. 23 South Riverside, Cong. ch. 16 Woodbridge, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. lo
Skey, 5; Mrs. Margaret Skey, 5,
OREGON. East Portland, 1st Cong. ch. I Portland, 1st Cong. ch., to const. C. L. FAY, H. M. IQQ COLORADO. Coal Creek, Cong. ch. 5 Greeley, Cong. ch. 46 WASHINGTON. Almira, C&ng. ch. SOUTH FDAKOTA. Armour, Cong. ch. to Aurora, Cong. ch. 5
Helena, 1st Cong. ch.
Foreign LANDS AND MISSIONARY
Austria, Prague, Prague and Wemberg churches, for Rev. Mr. Kingman's work in China, 75.35: Stupitz ch.,
4.52, . 79 Nova Scotia, Auburn, B. Musgrave, 2 Syria, Beirut, Rev. Dean A. Walker, 20 Turkey, Constantinople, Kouzoujouk
Bowen, Cong. ch. 7 oo
Stockbridge. Mrs. R. W. Reynolds,
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Beloit, 2d Cong, ch.
Blairstown, Mrs. J. H. French,
Brothers, 29.04; Harpoot, A “thank
offering from the Wheeler family
to help make up that $1,000,ooo,"
ot—16o 91. MISSION WORE FOR WOMEN.
Miss Emily C. Wheeler, Harpoot, 9.61; Conway, Cong. ch., for chapel at Guadalajara, 27.92; Dedham, Miss Martha C. Burgess, for use of Miss Nancy Jones, E. C. Africa, 1o; Milton, M. L. §: for new work care Rev. and Mrs. Henry Fairbank, Marathi, 1oo; do., for support of native preacher, care Rev. H. C. §.e. Madura, 4Q: Natick, 1st Cong., ch., for Industrial Dep’t Bardezag o school, 65; Newburyport, the Misses Wiggin, for Mr. Imaizumi, 5o; Newton Centre, Extra-cent-a-day Band of 1st Cong. ch., for work of Rev. A. W. Clark, so; do., for native catechist, Madura, 40; Peabody, Primary class in Cong. Sab. sch., for school care Miss H. West, Qorsa, 2; Princeton, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. White, for support of native preacher, Madura, care Rev. James C. Perkins, 60; Williamstown, Rev. J. H. Denison, for o dep't Anatolia College, too: Worcester, Y. P. S. C. E. of Union ch., for use of Mr. Christie, Marash, so.55, CoNNECTIcut. — Birmingham, Children's Soc. in Cong. ch., for support of girl, care Miss Emily Bissell, 10; Danielsonville, Westfield Cong. Sab. sch., for chapel at Guadalajara, 28; do., Miss Emily Danielson, 25; Simeon Danielson, 25; each one window in do.; East Windsor, Y. P. S. C. E., for support of boy at Pasumalai, care of Rev. J. C. Perkins, 7.50; Meriden, Cong. Sab. sch., for work of Mrs. Eaton, Mexico, 15: New Haven, Y. P. S. C. E. of Davenport Cong. ch., for the Doshisha, 19.65: Newington, Young Men's Mission Circle, for pupil at Anatolia College, 1.4: ew ndon, Sab. sch. of 1st ch. o Christ, for Okayama Orphan Asylum, care. Mr. Ishi, 52.35 New York. — Buffalo. V. P. S. C. E. of 1st Cong. ch., for Okayama Orphan Asylum, 6.09: Canaan Four Corners, Cong. ch., for work of Zoropopel, Erzroom, 5.1o; New Lebanon, Cong. ch., for do., 7.41; New York, Mrs. Isaac G. Bliss, for Hible wo. man, care of Mrs. Henry O. Dwight, 5; do., Sab. sch. of Wilson Mission Chapel, for work of Rev. Alexander MacLachlan, Smyrna, 5o; Richmond Hill, class in Cong. Sab. sch., for work of Rev. J. E. Tracy, 2.70; Rochester, Mission Circle of North Presb. ch., for Okayama Orphan Asylum, 20; do., Mrs. E. M. Lyon, 25, Dr. Deering, - * for work of Misses Fletcher and Smith, MARYLAND. — Mt. Washington, Ladies' Societies of Presb. ch., for work of Rev. J. P. Jones, by Rev. E. A. Lawrence VIRGIN.I.A. – Hampton, H. B. Frissell, for Okayama Orphan Asylum, District of Columbia. —Washington, O. F. Presbrey, for boy in Anatolia College,
From Wom AN's BoARD of Missions.
For several missions in part, 9,714 24
MISSION SCHOOL ENTERPRISE.
MAINE. —Castine, Cong. Sab. sch. 5: East
CHILDREN'S “MORNING STAR” MISSION.
MAINE. — Norridgewock, Cong. Sab. sch. 1 s od
CA Lifornia. —Crockett, Cong. Sab. sch.,
ADDITIONAL DONATIONS FOR SPECIAL OBJECTS.
New HAMPs HIRE. – Gilmanton Iron Works,
VERMoNT. — Chelsea, Cong. ch., for work of
MAssachusetts. – Boston, Mrs. Wm. Ap-
12 o Co.
ALAba M.A. – Talladega, Little Helpers, towards support of girl at Marsovan, ILLINois. so i B. Khungian, for
FOR PERA CHURCH BUILDING, CONSTANTINOPLE.
Collect ED BY REv. Cyrus HAMLIN, D.D.
Maine. — Bangor, Miss H., 1; Brewer, Mr.
knowledged in amount credited to Christian Union); Rockville, J. N. Stickney, 25; Southport, Elbert B. Monroe, 5oo, New York. - Brooklyn, Rev. R. S. Storrs, D.D., 75; G. H. S., 1 ; Buffalo, Miss M. S. Pond, 30; Geneseo, Rev. Geo. W. Wood, D.D., 25; Newburgh, Miss Mackie, 20; New York, Mrs. Francis N. Ayres, 5o; Cornelius #liss, 100; A friend, 15; William Bryan, 5; Peter Carter, Io; By Christian Union, 474; Mrs. M. P. Dodge, 5oo; William E. o * Rev. D. Stuart Dodge, 1oo; Mrs. E. G. Ellingwood, 20; “F.,” 1,351:.A. I). F. Hamlin, 25; Mrs. Hoe, 5oo: John Lindley, 150; Mrs. W. Y. Mortimer, o; Pilgrim Cong. ch., 33; Rev. W. W.
and, 15; J. Starr, 1oo; Egbert Starr,
o; Rey. Charles A. Stoddard, D.D., 50,
NEyw Jersey. — Englewood, Mrs. David
MINNesota. — Northfield, Rev. J. W.
Cali For N1A.— Berkeley, Mrs. B. F. Shat
tuck, 2, ackldg. in amt credited to Chris