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Model Sunday-school: a Handbook of Princi-
ples and Practices, 475; The Story of the Life
of Mackay of Uganda, 475; Gordon's An
American Missionary in Japan, 476; Thomp-
son's Our Birthdays, 476; Young's Trophies
from African Heathenism, 532; The Story of
John G. Paton, told for young folks, 533; The

Story of Uganda, 533.
Brussels Agreement, 44.
Bulgaria. (See European Turkey Mission.)
China. (See North China, Foochow, South

China, and Shansi Missions.) Items, 6, 46,
48, 184, 3Io; The Manchus, 2; Tung-cho
College, 52, 103; Sects in, 72; Effect of riots,
88; Remarkable conversion, 120; The com-
plete picture gallery, 140; C. S. Treaty with,
181, 226; Worship of fairy fox, 219; A mis-
sionary's escape, 252; Contempt for idols, 335 ;
A saintly Chinaman, 336; The instigator of
riots, 336; Hostile official, 377; Brighter out-
look, 414; A Sunday in, 425; Remedies used,
508.
China, North Mission. Item, 395; Tung-cho

school - Out-stations of Pao-ting-fu, 23; Yücho
-Quiet at Peking, 67; The Williams Hospital,
90; Rebellion at the north, 106; A Christian
Manchu ---Out-stations, 107; A notable con-
vert, 108; Church at Wang-iu, 153: Progress in
Shantung, 203; Station classes -- Probationers,
204; Woman's work at Tientsin, 246; In a
Confucian temple, 325; A new out-station, 326;
From Pang-chuang station, 327; Present needs
in, 360; A great fair, 370; Chinese literati, 412;
Annual Survey, 457 ; Report on, 500; Twenty

years in, 520; Famine relief, 521.
China, South Mission. Sketch of (Hong Kong),

191; Converted silversmith, 263; The out-
stations, 293; Advance, 412; Annual Survey,
458; Missionary progress in, 516.
Church Missionary Society (English), 48; In

the North Pacific, 205, 268.
Ceylon Mission. Evangelistic work, 323; Re-

ligious interest in the College - Girls' Board-
ing School, 369; Annual Survey, 463; Insin-

cere professions, 532.
Day of Prayer for Colleges, 92.
Deaths, 34, 76, 123, 169, 212, 257, 298, 337, 379,

417, 534.
Donations, 34, 76, 123, 170, 213, 257, 298, 338, 379,

418, 477, 535.
Editorial Paragraphs, 1, 43, 87, 135, 179, 223, 267,

307, 379, 389, 429, 503.
Egypt, 74; The Copis, 252.
Extra Cent-a-day Bands, 226.
Fiji, 378.
Foochow Mission. Encouraging incidents, 66;

Village work, 165; The schools, 202; Boys'
Boarding School, 246; Progress at Shao-wu,
324; A reform movement, 325; Officials at a

mission school, 410; Annual Survey, 458.
Gazaland, 3, 87, 93, 232, 295, 391, 401, 507;
Hawaiian Islands. Items, 185, 434; The Chi-

nese, 48; Outbreak of heathenism, 433; An-

nual Survey, 456; Report on, 501.
Hiram Bingham, The, 356, 508.
Illustrations. Hooks inserted, 8; Car and victim

swinging, 9; Rev. James Herrick, 11; High
School at Madura, 39; Class in Pasumalai
Institution, 41; Section of Cesarca, with
Mount Argeus, 54; A Pai-lau: entrance to
Chinese city, 84; Street booth in Chinese city,
86; King Gungunyana, 93; Villagers near
Samokov.94; Collegiate and Theological Insti-
tute at Samokov,96; Vegetable market in India,
131; Village life in India, 133; Hindu silver-
smith, 134; Henry Hill, 142; James M. Gor-
don, 1437 Harpoot, showing mission premises,
college, and castle, 144; Sheikh Nasur, 175;

Yezidee man, 175; Yezidee grave, 176; A
Marathi family, 178; Fortress of Van, with
glimpse of the lake, 187; Tower in the Great
Wall, 219; Fox temple by the City Wall at
Tung-cho, 221; The thunder spirit, 222; Sec-
tion of Trebizond, near the sea, 230; Chinese
merchant, 263; Section of Hong Kong, 265;
Circular ruin at Zimbabue, 269; The three prin-
cipal buildings of the Doshisha, Kyoto, 275;
Nan Temate, king of Butaritari, 303; A
Maneba of former times 305; Gilbert Islands
warriors of former times, 306; M. Stam-
bouloff, prime minister of Bulgaria, 313; The
city of Philippopolis, 314; Mr. Ishii, 343; A
castle in Japan, 345; Orphans at Nagoya, 347;
New church building at Guadalajara, 355;
Section of the city of Bitlis, 358; Fuji,
Matchless Mountain A Japanese restau-
rant, 386; Pilgrims to Mount Fuji, 388; Govern-
ment buildings at Monastir, 396; Rev. Joseph
T. Noyes, 399; Eating-stalls at temple, 425;
Paper money seller, 426; Temple worshipers,
427; An inquiry meeting, 428; Rev. W. W
Howland, 436; The Portuguese fort at Ca-
conda, southwest of Bihé, 482; Viliage in Lo-
vale, east of Bihé, 484; Rev. Isaac R. Worcester,
508; The college at Pasumalai, 511; Sketch-
map of the Hokkaido, 524; Village school in a

chowdi, 539; High-caste girls' school, 541.
India. (See Madura and Marathi Missions.)

Items, 44, 185, 279, 272; Hook-swinging, 4;
Roman Catholic procession, 29; Hindu testi-
mony to Christian progress, 47: Work of Dr.
Pentecost, 49, 180; The sacred books, 90; The
census, 91, 168; Lord Harris on missionary
work in, 101; Self-denial among missionaries,
141; Spots of the leopard changed, 176; Fam-
ine, 180; Brahmo Somaj, 207; Hinduism, 208;
Evangelist fakeer, 208; Anti-Christian tract,
208; Moslem converts, 209; Persecution at
Almora - Leaving all for Christ, 209; Preaching
at a mela, 254; A fruitful year, 254; Native
opinion in, 255; Progress of education, 334;
Bitter hatred, 335; Ravages of wild beasts, 335;
Present attitude of Hindus, 363; Reaching
Mohammedans, 377; Conversion of a Brah-
man, 377; Sir Charles Elliott's testimony, 431;
Illiteracy, 431; Insincere reformers, 432; Char-
acter of sacred books, 432; Brahman converts,

529; Progress of Christianity, 530.
International Missionary Union, 316.
Japan, Presbyterian Synod in, 138.
Japan Mission. Items, 45, 91, 93, 141, 183; A

Bible-woman's work, 25; Provinces of Tango
and Tamba, 26; Okayama and out-stations, 27;
The earthquake, 45, 47, 109; Meeting at Naga-
oka - Dedication, 68; Summer work Growth
at Niigata, 69; A few tens in Central Japan, 70;
Mr. Ishii's orphanage, 71, 343; Annual report
of, 88, 179; The Hokkaido, 92, 524; Ogaki, 96,
329, 525; Relief and evangelistic work, 108;
Kumamoto and Kiushiu, 110; Sendai — The
Tokwa school, 111, 247; Map of missions in,
135; Early difficulties in, 147; Additions to
churches, 154; In the province of Ise, 155;
Pressure of the work, 248; Tottori and Miya-
zaki, 249; New converts, 250; Statistics of
Protestant missionary work in, 273; Kyoto
station, 274; The Doshisha, 274, 354; In
the province of Tango, 281; Amino and its
elect lady, 282; A theatre meeting A farm-
ing community, 283 i Shintoism, 308; Buddh-
ism, 308; The Diet, 312; “ New" Buddhism in,
317; Since the earthquake, 329; Patriotism,
354; Evangelistic work near Kyoto, 371; An-
other basket of chips, 384; A mission meeting,
403; A Christian judge, 471; A summer school
and a summer tour, 473; Annual Survey, 463;

Report on, 500; Two new centres, 522; Oka-
yama items, 522; Tour in the Hokkaido, 523;
Prisons and prisoners, 524; Ogaki after the
earthquake, 525.
Korea, 121.
Madagascar, The Bible in, 335; Political outlook,

335.
Madura Mission. Item, 309; New section ex-

plored, 22; A Hindu official, 64; Medical
work, 66; Tirumangalam — Persecution, 245,
408; Promising students, 322; Moslems seeking
instruction, 323; Promising movement, 409;
Faithful Sabbath-keeping, 410; Annual Survey,
463; Pasumalai Jubilee, 510; A missionary's
return, 518; Work of a medical missionary,
518; The condition of the Pariah, 519; Work

of a Sepoy, 520.
Manchuria, 120, 336.
Maps, Central Japan, 12; Missions in Japan,

135; Hong Kong, South China Mission, 192;
Gazaland, 233; Kyoto and vicinity, 277 ; South-
eastern Africa, 402; The Hokkaido, 524.
Marathi Mission. Changes among the people,

164; From Ahmednagar - Rahuri, 2017 The
Bhor State, 271; Work of one missionary,
292; The Dnyanodaya, 351; Work in the
schools, 366; A Christian leper, 367; Signs of
progress, 368; Annual Survey, 462; Progress

at Sholapur, 470; Sirur, 471.
Marriages, 34, 337, 379, 477.
Mauritius, 376.
Mexican Mission. Las Cuevas, 27; Fuerte, 27;
A chapel for one hundred dollars, 71; Converts,
112; Church of the Christian Pilgrims, 151;
Fanaticism, 156; Cheering progress, 197; A
month in, 236; Another chapel, 251; The Par-
ral field, 287; Church at Guadalajara, 355;
Annual Survey, 461; Peacemakers — A new
church, 526.
Micronesian Mission. Items, 181, 224; Butari-

tari, 46, 225; From Ruk, 195; Devoted labor-
ers, 196; From the Gilbert Islands, 284;
Kusaie, 285; Ngatic and Ponape, 286; Mokil,
352, 507; British annexation of Gilbert Islands,
392; Attitude of Spain, 393; German restric-
tions, 394; Annual Survey, 456; Report on,

501.
Morning Star, 44, 224, 256, 337, 352, 394, 507.
Moravians, 100.
Mission Dayspring, 2.
Missionary Homes, 99.
Mohammedanism, 137, 209, 323, 355, 379.
New Guinea, 337
New Hebrides. Erromanga, 30, 72.
Notes for the Month, 33. 75, 123, 169, 212, 256,

297, 337, 378, 417, 476, 534.
Opium, 139, 183. 432.
Polynesia. Maré, 253; Labor traffic, 267.
Receipts, 1, 43, 87, 135, 179, 223, 267, 307, 349,

389, 429, 503
Romanism, 310.
Russia. The Stundists, 165, 311.
Sanghir Islands, 376.
Shansi Mission. Official recognition, 24; From

Tai-ku, 68; Seed-sowing and fruitage, 247;
Medical work, 328; Attitude of the people —
The drought, 413; Annual Survey, 458.

Spain, Mission to. Joy at Santander, 288; Annual

Survey, 462,
Student Volunteer Movement, 5.
Sumatra, 296; Among the Battas, 29.
Tabular View, 50.
Tibet, 378.
Turkey. (See Missions to Eastern, Western,

Central, and European Turkey.) Items, 93,
137, 140, 225, 268; Attitude of officials, 139;
'The Yezidees, 175; Controversy among the
Armenians, 189; Mrs. Schauffer, 226; Greek
Alliance, 227; Religious intolerance, 294, 309.
Turkey, Eastern Mission. Twenty-five years at

Malatia, 64; Harpoot station, 144; Theological
students New out-station, 161; The Khanoos
district, 162; Oppressive taxation, 163; Moosh
plain, 164; Van station, 186; Notes of a tour-
ing missionary, 198, 243; Pashavank — Khara-
sig, 199; Peri - Temran - Palu, 200; Joy at
Arabkir, 241; Progress at Van, 291; A faithful
wife, 292; Euphrates College, 307; Bitlis sta-
tion, 357; Work among women, 373; Moosh,
374; Arrested and detained, 406; Sherwan

explored, 407; Annual Survey, 460.
Turkey, Western Mission. Greek church at

Manisa, 22; Cesarea station, 53; Island of
Crete, 61; Among Greek villages -- The people
and their needs, 62; In prison, 63; At Adramyt-
tium, 64; Awakening at Bardezag, 160: Tre-
bizond and Ordoo, 161; Sketch of Trebizond
station, 229; From Bardezag and Smyrna, 241;
Gemereh, 241; Conferences of churches, 291;
Out-stations of Cesarea, 332; Bourdour, 391;
Arrest of Dr. Pettibone, 392; Indemnity paid,
431; Annual Survey, 460; Afion Kara Hissar,
505; Choonkoosh, 503.
Turkey, Central Mission. Young Men's Chris-

tian Association at Aintab, 17; Kindergarten

at Hadjin, 242; Annual Survey, 460.
Turkey, European Mission. Out-stations of Philip-
popolis, 21; Samokov station, 94, 271; Rev.
N. T. Boyadjieff

, 98; Church in Yamboul, 137;
Violence to a missionary, 159; Open doors,
159; Philippopolis, 198, 313; Annual report,
332; Sketch of Monastir station, 396; The

Albanian work, 529.
Week of Prayer, 136, 245.
Young People, For. A Mission's Work for the

Young, 39; Festival of the Grandmother God-
dess, 83; Inandabout Madura, 130; More about
the Yezidees, 175; Spots of the Leopard
Changed, 176; Worship of the Fairy Fox, 219;
The Converted Silversmith, 263: The Story of
Butaritari, 303; Ishii and his Orphanage, 343;
Another Basket of Chips from Japan, 384; A
Chinese Sunday, 425; Becoming a Christian

in Africa, 481; Village Schools in India, 539.
Young People's Societies of Christian Endeavor,

4, 20, 350.
Zulu Mission. The people, 19; Commercial

Natal, 92; Death ok Yona - Inquirers' class,
113; An installation, 114; Religious interest,
198; Position of the colony, 473; Land and
labor questions, 474

Annual Survey, 59;
Work at Durban, 527 ; Inanda, 528.

INDEX OF NAMES.

[The names of those not Missionaries or Assistant Missionaries of the A. B. C. F. M. are printed in italics.]

Abbott, Justin E., 271, 366.
Abell, Miss A. E., 298.
Aiken, E. E., 477.
Ainslie, John A., 417.
Aitchison, Sir Chas. 530.
Albrecht, George E., 26, 43, 135,

248, 274, 329, 354.
Alden, E. K., 440.
Allchin, George, 534.
Ament, William S., 5, 106.
Andrews, Miss Mary E., 379, 534.
Andrus, A. N., 175, 406.
Arnot, F.S., 74.
Ashton, William, 431.
Atkinson, John L., 179, 534.
Atwater, E. R., 379, 534.
Atwood, Ireneus J., 25, 328, 413.
Baird, John W., 396, 529.
Baldwin, Theodore A., 268.
Ballantine, William O., M.D., 201.
Ballantine, Mrs., 202.
Barnum, Herman N., 144, 161,

272. Barnum, Mrs. H. S., 378, 477. Barrows, Miss M.J., 110, 169, 417,

477. Bartlett, Lyman, 391, 431, 505. Bartlett, Mrs. C. C., 45, 89, 140, Barton, James L., 64, 118, 268,

477. Bates, Miss E. G., 242. Bates, F. W., 3. Bell, Miss Carolinc S., 2, 44, 64,

go. Bell, E. A., 123, 223, Bell, Miss Sarah, 116, 307, 468. Bent, 7. T., 268. Berry, John C., M.D., 12, 45, 110. Bigelow, Miss A, M., 123. Bingham, Hiram, 185. Bissell, Henry G., 477. Bissell, Henry M., 27, 156. Bliss, Edward L., 477. Blodget, Henry, 67, 205. Bond, Lewis, Jr., 159. Boyadjieff, N. T., 98. Bridgman, B. N., 212, 256, 417. Bridgman, H. M., 113. Brooks, C. H., 61,417. Brown, Miss E. M., 283. Browne, John K., 198, 243. Bruce, Henry J., 366, 589. Bunker, Fred R., 350, 401. Bush, Miss C. E., 373 Bushee, Miss Alice H., 417, 477. Cady, C. M., 477. Carey, William, 235, 393. Carter, Robert, 272. Cary, Otis, 25, 91, 283, 525. Case, Alden B., 27. Case, Lucy E., 534. Case, Mrs. M. G., 287. Chambers, Robert, 76, 160, 241. Chambers, William N., 298. Chamberlain, Jacob, 431, 530. Chandler, Miss G. A., 337. Chandler, John E., 11, 337, 518,

534. Chandler, John S.,, 7, 44, 410, 505. Channon, Irving M., 224, 285.

Chapin, Franklin M., 6, 76, 370,

410. Chester, Edward, M.D., 90,518. Christie, T. D., 477. Clapp, D. H., 247. Clark, Albert W., 239, 534. Clark, C. A., 110, 140, 249, 250,

471. Clark, F. E., 350. Clark, N. G., 186, 437, 456, 461. Clarke, J. F., 98, 159. Clarke, Miss Minnehaha A., 117. Clowe, Charles F., M.D., 212, 379. Coillard, M., 118, 166. Coillard, Madame, 166. Colby, Miss A. M., 337, 379. Cole, Royal M., 357, 370. Constantine, George, 22. Cotton, Harry A., 20, 115, 156,

169. Crawford, L. S., 62, Crowther, Bishop, 46. Currie, Walter T., 21, 158, 169. Curtis, William L., 69. Curtis, W. W., 111, 523. Davis, Jerome D., 147, 267, 281,

371. De Forest, John H., 154, 248. Dodd, Miss Isabella F., 379, 534. Dodd, W. S., 504. Dorward, James C., 19. Dwight, Charles A. S., 212. Dwight, Henry O., 189, 272, 431. Dudley, Miss J. E., 329. Eaton, J. D., 71, 151, 250. Elliott, Sir Charles, 431. Elwood, Willis P., 123. Ely, Miss M. A. C., 291. Emin Pasha, 182, 224, 271. English, William F., 337. Farnham, Miss Laura, 379, 477. Farnsworth, Wilson A., 53, 136,

140, 332. Fay, William E., 240, 331, 469. Fletcher, Miss J. E., 507. Flint, E. P., 3. Fowle, James L., 241. Fraser, Miss K, B., 378. Frear, Walter, 3. Fuller, Americus, 117. Gardner, George M., 324. Garland, Capt. G. F., 44, 181, 224. Gates, C. F., 379. Gates, L, S., 470. Gill, Miss A., 379. Gilmour, James, 353. Goldsbury, James, 68, 328. Goodenough, H. D., 198, 391. Goodrich, C., 92. Gordon, James M., 143, 477. Gordon, M. L., 16, 534. Greene, Frederick D., 291. Greene, Joseph K , 87, 291, 390. Gridley, Elnathan, 504. Griswold, Miss F. E., 76. Guinness, Mrs. H. G., 183. Gulick, Mrs. A. G., 337. Gulick, Orramel H., 110.

Gulick, Sidney L., 317, 473; Gulick, William H., 56, 288. Gungunyana, 93, 295, 402. Gutterson, George H., 130, 399. Hager, Charles R., 191, 263, 280,

516. Hamlin, Cyrus, 4, 270, 316. Hance, Miss G. R., 113, 475. Harding, Charles, 477. Harris, David H., 19. Harris, Lord, for. Hartwell, Charles, 49, 202, 325. Haskell, E. B., 76. Haskell, Henry C., 94. Hastings, Richard C., 435. Hasen, Allen, 164, 177, 351. Hazen, Hervey C., 22, 270, 520. Hemenway, Asa, 213. Herrick, George F., 182. Herrick, James, 11, Hill, Henry, 89, 142. Hitchcock, A. N., 223. Holbrook, Charles W., 417. . Holbrook, Mrs. M. E., 60. Holcombe, Chester, 103. Holton, E. P., 123, 353. House, J. H., 417. Houston, Miss H. A., 337. Howland, John, 355. Howland, W. W., 369, 391, 435. Hubbard, George H., 165. Hume, Robert A., 201, 292. Humphrey, S. 7., 506. Ishii, 7., 343. Jeffery, Franklin E., 395, 508. Jones, John P., 39, 123, 245, 408,

510. Jones, Miss Nancy, 69. Kimball, Miss G. N., 378. Kingman, Henry, 205, 218, 521. Kinnear, Hardman A., 43. Kinnear, Mrs., 43, 76. Knapp, G. P., 164. Kyrias, Mr., 160, 529. Ladd, Mrs. C. H., 257, 270, Ladd, Prof. G. T., 330, 354, 371. Laurie, Thomas, 13. Lay, Corliss W., 201, 338. Learned, Dwight W., 25, 337. Lee, Wilberforce, 21,117, 157, 158,

270, 331, 470. Litile, Charles, 417. Locke, W. E., 21, 256. Logan, Mrs. Mary E., 195. Lord, Miss A, M., 241. Lovell, Miss H. A., 534. Lowe, John, Dr., 351. Lugard, Capt., 311, 353, 504. Lyons, Mrs. Lucia G., 337. Marden, Mrs. E. D., 99. Marsh, G. D., 98, 137, 198, 313,

332. McCallum, Miss E., 417, 534McCornack, Miss M. E., 114,

474. McLennan, Miss I. A., 379.

Taylor, Mrs. M. F., 337. Thom, D. M. B., 213. Thompson,

J. B., 24, 247 Thompson, W.L., 234. Thomson, Joseph, 30. Thomson, Robert, 33. Tracy, James E., 76, 519. Tucker, Bishop,, 433, 434Tufts, A. W., 180. Van Allen, F., 66.

303. 356.

McNaughton, James P., 22. Mellen, Mrs. L. W., 379. Mellen, William, 169. Montgomery, Mrs. E. R., 534. Morrill Mary S., 23. Munger, Mrs. S. S., 169. Murdock, Miss Virginia C., 76. Nanpei, Henry, 394. Nan Temate, 225, 303, 392. Necsima, 7. H., 1, 185. Nelson, Charles A., 417. Newell, H. B., 45, 68, 329. Noble, F. A., 514. Noble, Willis C., 417. Noyes, Joseph T., 351, 399. Noyes, Miss M. T., 337, 534. Olds, Otis C., 34, 156, 197, 526. Ousley, Benjainin F., 19. Page, Miss Mary L., 417, 477. Palmer, Miss Annette A., 298. Paris, John D., 417. Parker, 7.. 52. Parmelee, Moses P., 161, 229,

309. Parsons, Mrs. Catherine, 379,

476. Paton, 7. G., 267. Peck, A. P., 417. Pedley, Hilton, 70. Peet, Lyman P., 66, 246, 410. Pentecost, George F., 49, 180,

462. Perkins, Mrs. C. J., 323. Perkins, Henry P., 83, 256, 425. Perry, Henry T., 417. Pertee, James H., 27, 70, 108, 522. Pettibone, I. F., 392. Phelps, Miss F., 123, 337. Pierce, Epaminondas 1., 213. Pierson, Mrs. N. A., 298. Pond, S. W., 123.

Porter, H. D., 520.
Porter, John S., 33, 76, 112.
Potter, William, 34.
Price, C. W., 417:
Prime, Miss I. W., 337.
Rand, Frank E., 224, 286, 352,

507.
Ransom, Charles N., 473, 527.
Raynolds, George C., 186.
Read, F. W., 256, 476.
Rice, Rev. Henry, 363.
Richardson, David A., 162, 417.
Riggs, Elias, 5.
Riggs, Miss S. D., 379.
Roberts, James H., 67, 205.
Ross, John, 120, 121.
Rowland, George M., 249, 283.
Sanders, William H., 256, 477.
Schauffler, Mrs. W. G., 226.
Searle, Miss Susan A., 477.
Severance, Claude M., 249, 379.
Sheffield, Devello 2., 23.
Sheldon, Miss M. E., 379.
Shemazonian, M., 360.
Smith, Arthur H., 203, 327.
Smith, Miss Bertha, 391.
Smith, Judson, 449, 456.
Snelling, Alfred, 196.
Sprague, William P., 153, 326.
Spurgeon, Charles, 91.
Stanford, Arthur W., 154.
Staniland, F., 273.
Stanley, C. A., 534.
Stanley, Miss Mary, 246.
Stillson, Miss A. F., 123.
Stone, Miss C. A., 169, 417, 477.
Stover, Wesley M., 6, 115, 156,

212, 240, 331, 528.
Stover, Mrs., 20.
Swift, Miss E. M., 337, 534.
Talcott, Miss Eliza, 110.
Taylor, John R., 293, 412.

Wagner, E. R., 325.
Walkup, A, C., 46, 224, 256, 284,
Wallace, W. W., 369:
Washburn, George T., 322, 503,

511.
Webb, Miss Anna F., 417, 477.
Webb, E. B., 226, 236, 251.
Webster, Mrs. M. M., 115, 116,

330, 469.
West, Miss H., 297.
White, Frank N., 155.
White, Schuyler S., 27, 379.
Whitney, Henry T., 379.
Wilcox, William C., 87, 198, 234.
Wilder, George A., 3, 123, 507.
Wilkins, S, F., 231.
Wilkinson, Miss E., 169.
Williams, Mark, 256.
Winsor, Mrs. M. C., 169, 471.
Winsor, Richard, 195.
Wishard, Mr., 117.
Woodhull, Miss K., 202, 297.
Woodside, Mrs. E. I., 469.
Woodside, Thomas W., 20, 115,

157, 290, 528.
Worcester, Isaac R., 509.
Wright, Alired C., 112.
Wright, G. W.,

123. Wyckoff, Miss Grace, 395.

Yona, 113.

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