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On reaching home again Suse promptly began attending school. To be able to read so as to have access to the pages of God's Word is the ambition of each
convert. Neither he nor his wife is a member of the church; but when God has begun a good work in any heart he does not abandon it. So it is confi. dently expected that in due time they will come into it and that they will be one of the families which are to be in that region as a city set on a hill.
MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL MEETING.
The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions commenced its Eightythird Annual Meeting in the First Congregational Church of Chicago, Illinois, October 4, 1892, at three o'clock in the afternoon.
CORPORATE MEMBERS PRESENT.
Rev. William P. Fisher, Brunswick. Galen C. Moses, Esq., Bath.
Alonzo H. Quint, D.D., Dover. Hon. John J. Bell, Exeter.
Vermont. Rev. H. Fairbanks, PH.D., St Johnsbury. Hon. Franklin Fairbanks, St. Johnsbury. Charles W. Osgood, Esq., Bellows Falls.
Massachusetts. Augustus C. Thompson, D.D., Boston. Nathaniel George Clark, D.D., Boston. Langdon S. Ward, Esq., Boston. Joshua W. Wellman, D.D., Malden. Edmund K. Alden, D.D., Boston. Hon. Joseph S. Ropes, Boston. Edwin B. Webb, D.D., Wellesley. Daniel L. Furber, D.D., Newton Centre. Richard H. Stearns, Esq., Boston. Egbert C. Smyth, D.D., Andover. A. Lyman Williston, Esq., Northampton. M. McG. Dana, D.D., Lowell. Elbridge Torrey, Esq., Boston. Sewall G. Mack, Esq., Lowell. Thomas J. Borden, Esq., Fall River. Cyrus Hamlin, D.D., LL.D., Lexington. Elnathan E. Strong, D.D., Auburndale. Judson Smith, D.D., Boston. Rev. Charles A. Dickinson, Boston. G. Henry Whitcomb, Esq., Worcester. George F. Pentecost, D.D., Northfield. Edward A. Studley, Esq., Boston. Arthur Little, D.D., Dorchester. Rev. George A. Tewksbury, Concord. Rev. Payson W. Lyman, Fall River. Charles C. Creegan, D.D., Boston. Albert E. Dunning, D.D., Jamaica Plain. Daniel March, D.D., Woburn. Lyman S. Rowland, D.D., Lee. Rev. David N. Beach, Cambridgeport. Henry D. Hyde, Esq., Boston. Rev. John R. Thurston, Whitinsville. John D. Kingsbury, D.D., Bradford. Edwin H. Baker, Esq., Ware. David O. Mears, D.D., Worcester.
Hon. Amos C. Barstow, Providence. Rowland Hazard, Esq., Peacedale.
Commecticut. John N. Stickney, Esq., Rockville. Charles R. Palmer, D.D., Bridgeport. Robbins Battell, Esq., Norfolk. Lewis A. Hyde, Esq., Norwich. Azel W. Hazen, D.D., Middletown. James W. Cooper, D.D., New Britain. Hon. Chester Holcombe, Hartford. Llewellyn Pratt, D.D., Norwich. S. H. Howe, D.D., Norwich.
A'ezo York. Hon. Calvin T. Hulburd, Brasher Falls. Richard S. Storrs, D.D., LL.D., Brooklyn. Zebulon S. Ely, Esq., New York City. * L. Henry Cobb, D.D., New York City. E. N. Packard, D.D., Syracuse. Frank Russell, D.D., New York City. Thomas B. McLeod, D.D., Brooklyn. William E. Park, D.D., Gloversville. W. A. Robinson, D.D., Middletown. S. H. Virgin, D.D., New York City. Joseph E. Brown, Esq., Brooklyn, Charles H. Daniels, D.D., New York City.
Mew Jersey. A. H. Bradford, D.D., Montclair.
Pennsylvania. George L. Weed, Esq., Philadelphia.
District of Columbia. J. E. Rankin, D.D., Washington.
Alabama. Henry S. DeForest, D.D., Talladega.
Henry L. Hubbell, D.D., Lake Charles.
Ohio. William J. Breed, Esq., Cincinnati. Hiram C. Haydn, D.D., LL.D., Cleveland. Calvin B. Hulbert, D.D., Adams Mills. James Brand, D.D., Oberlin. Charles F. Thwing, D.D., Cleveland. George R. Leavitt, D.D., Cleveland. Washington Gladden, D.D., Columbus.
William H. Warren, D.D., Cincinnati. Rev. George F. Bard, Walpole.
Illinois. Rev. Samuel H. Barnum, Cornwall. George N. Boardman, D.D., Chicago. C. M. Lamson, D.D., St. Johnsbury. Edward P. Goodwin, D.D., Chicago. Rev. V. M. Hardy, West Randolph. E. W. Blatchford, Esq., Chicago.
Simon J. Humphrey, D.D., Chicago. Rev. W. S. Smith, Auburndale.
Frederick A. Noble, D.D., Chicago. Rev. R. M. Sargent, Adams.
A. P. Foster, D.D., Boston.
M. K. Whittlesey, D.D., Ottawa.
James G. Johnson, D.D., Chicago.
Franklin W. Fisk, D.D., Chicago. Rev. W. J. Batt, Concord.
Rev. Webster Woodbury, Milford.
G. S. F. Savage, D.D., Chicago.
T. D. Robertson, Esq., Rockford. Rev. George A. Hall, Peabody.
Michigan. Rev. E. S. Tead, Somerville.
Wisconsin. Æhode Island. Edward H. Merrill, D.D., Ripon. Rev. F. F. Emerson, Newport. Elijah Swift, Esq., Eau Claire. Thomas P. Barnefield, Pawtucket. George H. Ide, D.D., Milwaukee. Rev. L. W. Woodworth, Providence.
Minnesota. Connecticut. David C. Bell, Esq., Minneapolis. Thomas P. Merwin, New Haven. George H. Rust, Esq., Minneapolis. Rev. C. H. Bullard, Hartford.
Albert H. Heath, D.D., St. Paul.
Missouri. Rev. Frank E. Knopf, Elkhart.
Henry A. Stimson, D.D., St. Louis. Rev. F. N. Dexter, Indianapolis.
MALE HONORARY MEMBERS REPORTED
AS PRESENT. Illinois.
Rev. G. H. Tilton, Lancaster. Simeon Gilbert, D.D., Chicago.
Rev. R. A. Jemberg, Chicago. Rev J. A. Mack, Chicago. Rev. T. J. Prudden, Chicago. Rev. J. P. Richards, Chicago. Rev. H. D. Sheldon, Chicago. Rev. Albert L. Smalley, Chicago. Rev. John Willard, Chicago. George B. Wilcox, D.D., Chicago. Rev. C. T. Wyckoff, Chicago. Rev. W. E. DeRiemer, Chinoa. Rev. W. C. Miller, Decatur. Rev. M. L. Williston, Elmhurst. Frank H. Trethill, Englewood. Charles C. Cragin, Evanston. Henry W. Chester, Esq., Evanston. Harlow B. Hill, Evanston. M. A. Dean, Evanston. E. D. Redington, Evanston. Rev. H. K. Painter, Galva. Rev. John W. Fox, Granville. Rev. E. L. Davies, Lake Forest. Rev. George H. Wilson, Hinsdale. Rev. E. F. Wright, Huntley. Rev. A. M. Thorne, Jefferson. Rev. J. H. Winsor, LaGrange. Rev. Dana Sherrill, Marshall. Rev. D. E. Evans, Mont Clare. Rev. C. C. Warner, Morris. Rev. J. R. Knodell, Oak Park. Rev. J. Herbert, Ontario.
Rev. George W. Colman, Park Ridge.
Rev. Warren F. Day, Ottawa.
Wisconsin. Rev. Alfred B. Penniman, Berlin. Rev. Smith Norton, Beloit. Rev. C. W. Damon, Dartford. Rev. J. K. Kilbourn, Genesee. M. D. Cooke, Green Bay. J. A. Cunningham, Janesville. Rev. S. P. Wilder, Janesville. Rev. George Ford, Merrill. Rev. William Walker, Milton. Rev. A. D. Adams, Oshkosh. George C. Hill, Rosendale. Rev. Josiah Beardsley, Rosendale.
Rev. William L. Bray, Rhinelander. Rev. A. A. Andridge, Sturgeon Bay. Rev. S. E. Lathrop, Washburn.
Minnesota. Rev. E. S. Williams, Minneapolis. Rev. IIerman P. Fisher, Ortonville. Edward P. Ingersoll, D.D., St. Paul.
Missouri. Rev. John Vetter, Eldon.
Kansas. Rev. Pearse Pinch, Newton.
Iowa. Rev. A. W. Archibald, Davenport. Rev. H. K. Edson, Grinnell. Rev. H. H. Robbins, Grinnell. Rev. N. L. Packard, Ionia. Rev. F. T. Lee, Muscatine. Henry D. Smith, Monticello. Francis Sawyer, Sawyer.
Mebraska. G. W. Wainwright, D.D., Blair. Rev. F. C. Cochran, Rising City. 3outh Dakota. Rev. Philo Hitchcock.
Mezw York. T. D. Demond, Buffalo. Rev. F. S. Fitch, Buffalo. Rev. George F. Bailey, Franklin.
Rev. R. O. Root, Conneaut.
England. Rev. John Brown, D.D., Bedford. Turkey. Rev. G. H. Krikorian, Yozgat.
Rev. C. M. Cady and wife, Japan.
Rev. J. L. Atkinson and wife, Japan. Rev. George Allchin and wife, Japan. Rev. Mark Williams and wife, China.
Rev. Henry P. Perkins, China. Rev. C. C. Tracy, Turkey.
Rev. Albert W. Clark, Austria.
President Storrs took the chair, read the Scriptures, and offered prayer. A hymn was sung. Rev. F. W. Gunsaulus, D.D., extended a welcome in behalf of the churches entertaining the Board. Response was made by the President. The Minutes of the last meeting were read in outline. Secretary E. K. Alden, D.D., read the Report of the Prudential Committee on the Home Department. Prayer was offered by Rev. M. McG. Dana, D.D. The President appointed the following:— Committee on Mominations.— Rev. Henry Fairbanks, Ph.D., Rev. Chas. R. Palmer, D.D., William E. Hale, Esq., A. L. Williston, Esq., Rev. G. S. F. Savage, D.D. The President nominated the following Committees, and they were confirmed by the Board :— Business Committee. — Rev. James G. Johnson, D.D., Hon. Chester Holcombe, Rev. T. B. McLeod, D.D., D. C. Bell, Esq., Lewis A. Hyde, Esq. Committee of Arrangements. – Chas. H. Case, Esq., Major E. D. Redington, Rev. J. C. Armstrong. Treasurer Ward presented a report of the financial affairs of the Board, to which was appended the certificates of the Auditors and of the Special Examiner. Communications were received from the Northern New Jersey Conference and from the General Association of Congregational Churches of New Hampshire, and refered to the Business Committee. Secretary Smith read that part of the Annual Survey of Missions which relates to Missions in the Pacific Islands, China, Africa, and Asiatic Turkey, and Secretary Clark that part of the Annual Survey which relates to the Missions in Papal Lands, European Turkey, India, and Japan. Prayer was offered by Rev. Cyrus Hamlin, D.D. A communication was received from the General Association of Michigan and refere: to the Business Committee. A similar communication was received from the General Association of Massachuseto and also referred to the Business Committee. Adjournment was taken to 7.30 P.M.
TUESDAY EVENING. Vice-President Blatchford took the chair at 7.30 o'clock. The Scriptures were read and prayer offered by Rev. John Brown, D.D., of Bedford, England. The sermon "* preached by Rev. Daniel March, D.D., on the text Matt. 21 : 5: “Tell ye the daughter of Zion, Behold thy King cometh unto thee.” Prayer was offered by Rev. L. H. Cobb, D.D., and adjournment was taken to nine o'clock A.M., Wednesday.
The President took the chair at nine o'clock. Prayer was offered by Rev. G. * Magoun, D.D.; a hymn was sung, and the Minutes of the preceding day were read.