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Rahway, T. Morris,
Trenton, 3d pres. ch.
W. Bloomfield, Pres. ch.

10 00 26 00 51 12510 00

601 56

PENNSYLVANIA.
Board of Foreign Miss. Ref. Dutch. ch.

C. S. Little, Tr.
Philadelphia, R. D. ch. 100; Scudder
miss, so. for Arcot m. 130;

230 00 Harrisburg, Rev. J. C, for a Chinese convert at Fuh-chau,

20 00 Manayunk, Ist pres. ch, m. C.

8 20 Mt. Pleasant, Pres. ch.

50 00 Philadelphia, Ist do. P. 25; fem. 3. 8. 25; A. White, 100; G. W. Toland, 25; A. R. Perkins, 50; . L. Kildeburn, 25; Indep. pres. ch. Mrs. Chambers, 25; Calvary, pres. ch. m. c. 45,39; Union m. c. 90,89; K. M. Linnard, 30; I. I. Baker, 20; Arch st. pres. ch.5;

466 28 Springville, m. c. Troy, S. W. P.

10 00 Wattsburgh, Pres. ch.

5 00 Wellsboro', do.

20 00—581 48

2 00

811 48

DELAWARE. Newark, W.A.C.

10 00 St. George's, Pres, ch.

45 00 Wilmington, Hanover st. ch. m. C. 66,75; fem. miss. so. wh. and prev. dona, cons. JAMES T. BIRD an H. M. 37,50 ;

104 25-159 25 DISTRIOT OF COLUMBIA Washington, Ist pres. ch, miss. asso. 323 55

VIRGINIA. Mitchell's Station, W. S.

10 00 OHIO. Columbus, Pres. ch.

15 00 Harmer, E. M. H.

1 00 Logan, E. T. R.

2 00 Nelson, C. C. F.

2 00---20 00

7,50;

INDIANA. Bethany, Mrs. M. S.

4 00 Gosport, Mrs. W. l; Mr. F. 50c. ; Mrs. K. 50c.;

2 00 Spencer, Mrs. A.

2 00 Vandalia, Pres. ch. 7; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. M. 10;

17 00---25 00 ILLINOIS. Brighton, A family,

20 00 Chicago, 2d pres. ch. 650 ;

ded. disc.

612 50 Danville, Pres. ch. 22; Miss C. Palmer, 10;

32 00 Joliett, Ist cong. ch.

10 00 Mendon, Cong. ch. and so. 22,78; 8. s. for ed. in Madura, 8 ;

30 78 Moline, Ch. and so.

26 00 Quincy, 1st cong. ch.

44 00 Rockford, La. miss. 60. (of wh, for

Mrs. Bridgman's sch. at Shanghai, 25;) 53,55; 2d cong. ch. (of wh. fr. T. D. Robertson to cons. WILLIAM T. ROBERTSON an H. M. 100 ;)

WISOONSIN,
Appleton, Cong. ch. m. C.
Delavan, do.
Fulton, !do.
Milwaukie, Plymouth ch. and so.
Platteville, Cong. ch. m. C.
Racine, Pres. ch.
Summit, ist do. m. C.

10 00
14 50
10 00
110 91
50 00
63 00
34 50--292 91

IOWA.
Denmark, s. s. for Mr. Sturges, Mi-
cronesia m.

4 00
Dubuque, 2d pres. church, 34 ; J. W.
Smith, 13;

47 00
Tipton, Rev. M. K. Cross, 10; C. W.

Brundage, 10; S. D. 5; Mrs. M. C.
50c.; A. J. G. 50c.; ded. disc. 50c. ; 25 5076 50

MISSOURI.
La Grange, Mrs. E. W.

5 00

KENTUCKY.
Bowling Green, Miss T. L. Pierce,

13 50

TENNESSEE,
Blountville, J. N. R. 2; R. K. l;
Bristol, Rev. J. A. R.
Dover, H. E. R.
Kingsport, J. Lynn,

3 00
3 00
4 75
10 00—20 75

GEORGIA.
Burnt Fort, H. N. B.

2 00

FLORIDA,
Fort Myers, S. Loomis,

7 00

MINNESOTA TERRITORY,
Excelsior, Cong. ch. m. c.
St. Anthony, Ist do.

1 80 20 00

21 80

11 91

IN FOREIGN LANDS, &c.
Aintab, by Rev. A. T. Pratt,
Choctaw na. Bennington, ch. 22,35; Good-

water, Miss M. E. Denny, for a child in
Mr. Bushnell's sch. Gaboon, 16; Mt.
Pleasant ch. 40,74; Six Town, ch. 10,65 ;
Chickasaw, Ch.
Dakota, Rev. S. W. Pond,
Kohala, Sandw. Isls. A friend, to cons, Mrs.

LUCY D. GILMAN, of Hallowell, Me, an

H. M.
Montreal, Can. Jacob De Witt, to cons.

Mrs. ELIZABETH S, MCLEOD an H. M.
St. Andrews, C. E. Pres. ch.

89 74
15 20
10 00

100 00

100 00 35 00

361 85

441 83 Rock Island, F. H. Borden, wh. cons. WYATT BOYDEN, of Sheffield, an,

100 00-1,347 11

23,940 72

Donations received in February,
Legacies,

64 00

$24,004 72

* TOTAL from August 1st to
February 28th,

$154,110 39

388,28;

MISSION SCHOOL ENTERPRISE.

(See details in Journal of Missions.) Amount received in l'ebruary, included in

the above suin,

H.M.

$ 411 99

MICHIGAN.

70 00
10 00

Adrian, 1st pres. ch.
Allegan, Pres. ch. m. C.
Jonesville, s. 8. for ed. in. Madura,
8,87 ; S. B. V.l;
Lapeer, Pres. and cong. chs.
London, Rev. W. H.
South Haven, m. C.

9 87
23 00
2 75
1 00—116 62

DONATIONS IN CLOTHING, &c.
Boston, Ms. Clothes line hooks, fr. a friend.
New York City, 12 sets “Researches in Pal-

estine,” (3 vols. and atlas,) and 13 copies
“ Later Researches in Palestine," with
atlas,

100 00

DONATIONS FOR THE MISSIONARY

PAOKET. RECEIVED IN JANUARY. MAINE.-Calais, Centre s. s. 30; Camden, cong. S. 8. 17; Hallowell, cong. s. s. 26; Machias, s. s. 3,51 ; Paris, chil. 50c. ; Portland, High st. s. s. 40; 2d par. s. s. 50; Wilton, s. s. 50c.-167 51,

NEW HAMPSHIRE.-Bath, s. s. 40c.; Concord, West par. cong. s. s. 8,55; East Jaffrey, chil. 2; Exeter, Miss E. G. 30c.; M. J.O.); Hampton, cong. s. s. 8,40; Loudon, C. C. Wl; Mont Vernon, George S. l; Nashua, Olive st. s. s. Juv. sew. circle, 23; North Hampton, cong. S. s. 25; Raymond, cong. 8. s. 7,10; Windham, s. s. 11,56.-39 31.

VERMONT.--- Ascutneyville, s. s. 2; Coventry, m. c. 3 ; Orwell, s. s. 13; Vergennes, cong. s. s. 1; West Charleston and Holland, small chil. 3.-22.

MASSACHUSETTS. - Acton, cong. s. s. 8,60; Boston, Park street s. s. 51,72; Nellie_Haynes, 10c.; Boylston, children, by Rev. J. G. B. 21,80; Burlington, s. s. 6,03; Byfield, s. s. 7,52; Cambridgeport, 1st cong. s. s. 50,60; Cambridge, C. L. S. 10c.; Chatham, cong. s. s. 7,27; Chelsea, Plymouth cong. $. s. 5,60 ; Dedham, Ist cong. s. s. 16; a friend, 1; Fall River, Central s. s. 50; Gardner, 1st cong. s. s. 13; Georgetown, cong. s. s. 4; Great Barrington, cong. s. s. 20,40; Groton, Union ch. and so. s. s. 1,60; Greenwich, s. s. 8; Greenfield, chil. by C. C. Carpenter, 10: Harwich Port, Pilgrim ch. s. s. 4,70; Heath, Rev. E. B. E. for chil. 1 ; Lawrence, S. D. 1,50; Lowell, Kirk st. s. s. 14,64; Appleton st. s. s. 3; Marshfield, 2d Trin. s. s. 7; Melrose, Ortho. cong. s. s. 7; Mendon, cong. s. s. 10; Methuen, cong. s. s. 1,70; Newton Lower Falls, A. M. H. and M.Ö. 11. 206. ; Newburyport, s. s. 1; Northampton, 1st par. s. s. 3,50 ; North Andover, Trin. cong. s. s. l; North Scituate, s. s. 20c.; North Wrentham, s. s. 4,20; Paxton, cong. s. s. 1; Quincy, eran, cong, s. s. 15,10; Reading, cong. s. s. 25; Rowley, Mr. Pike's s. s. 5,84; Rutland, s. s. 3; Shrewsbury, s. s. 1,60 ; South Dedham, cong. s. s. 4,30 ; South Hadley, M. J. T. 10c. ; Stockbridge, s. 8. 50c.;

Sunderland, cong. s. s. 6; Sutton, cong. s. s. 9; Taunton, Trin. cong. s. s. 21,57; Waltham, ortho. cong. s. s. 25; Wayland, Grace F. and F. T. F. 2; West Newbury, 2d cong. s. s. 1,35; West Boxford, s. s. 3; Unknown, Sarah and her mother, 1,20; three chil. 30c.-472 84.

CONNECTICUT.-Cromwell, s. s. 35c. ; Darien, cong. s. s. 1; East Hampton, chil. 2; East Windsor, 2; Fairfield, s. s. 10; Hadlyme, s. s. 51c.; Hartford, South ch. s. s. 24; Ledyard, cong. S. s. 2; Mansfield, S. S. 4; Moosop, Central Village s. s. 6,60; New Haven, sundries, 90c.; Norwich, Ist so. s. s. l; North Haven, Centre cong. s. s. 6; North Stamford, cong. s. s. 4; North Woodstock, s. s. 4,80; Orange, S. 8. 36,53; Preston, Ist so. s. s. 6; Redding, T. M. A. 700.; Roxbury, s. s. 15; Salisbury, O. Jewell, 1 ; Southington, s. s. 8; Stanwich, 6. 8. penny miss. so. 3,12; Thompson, cong. S. s. 1,12; Watertown, cong. 8. 8. 18.-158 63.

NEW YORK.-rockport, s. s. 6,50; L. R. 4; Brooklyn, Middle R. D. S. s. 11,70; East R. D. s. s. 18,50; Mount Prospect miss. s. s. 51c. ; 3d pres. s. s. 1; Cohoes, pres. s. s. 8; Evans Centre station, chil. of C. T. Carrier, 1; Elmira, pres. s. s. 2; Fredonia, Baptist 8. s. 1,75; Methodist brethren, 75c.; Galway, Ist pres. S. s. 4; Geneva, R. D. s. s. 7; Hornellsville, Rev. H. P. for chil. 2; Heuvelton, cong. s. s. 6,27: Irvington, pres. s. s. 10; Johnstown, pres. s. s. 6; Madrid, chil. 16c.; Morrisania, cong. s. s. 80c.; Nichols, s. s. 50c. ; New York city, 5th av. South R. D. S. s. 2; chil. of J. N. Olcot, i Centre st. miss, sch. 2; A. L., H. L., R. M., and Z. L. Edward, 2; E, and H. Spencer, 1; Mercer st. 8. s. 3,30; Bethesda Baptist miss. s. s. 10,52; 10th st. pres. s. s. 100; Spring st. pres. s. s. 20,86; A. E. V. M. 180.; North Granville, pres. s. s. 10; Owego, cong. S. s. 10; Potsdam, pres. S. s. 7,50; Portville, pres. s. s. 2,69; Peeksville, Infant s. s. pres. ch. 1,48; Rocky Point, s. s. 5,30; Ridgebury, Juv. miss. so. 15; Roxbury, pres. s. s. 2,30; Sag Harbor, pres. s. s. 23; Sand Lake, 8. s. 60c.; Southampton, pres. s. s. 20; Shelter Island, s. 8. 2,13; Suspension Bridge, s. s. 2; Tarrytown, 2d R. D. s. 8. 8; Triangle, s. s. 1; West Farms, Mrs. E. W. l;

Wolcott, s. s. 6; West Utrecht, 2; Yonkers, pres. 8. s. 5,63.-360' 93

NEW JERSEY. Bloomfield, s. s. 1; Bound Brook, Ist R. D. s. s. 14,24; Deckertown, T. A. W. and E. A. P. l; Harlingen, R. D. s. s. 20,40; Ho boken, 1st pres. s. s. 3,70: Jersey City, s. s. 7; Mor ristown, J. D. C. l; Middletown, R. D. s. 8. 15 Millstone, R. D. s. 8. 2,60; Newark, 2d pres. S. So 7; 6th pres. do. 5,10; R. H. l; Orange, Ist pres. s. s. 2,50 ; Perth Amboy, Miss J. Felton, 3; Prince ton, Queenston miss. sch. 3; Schraalenburgh, R. D. S. S. 850.-74 39

PENNSYLVANIA.-Muncy, s. s. 16,40; Philadel phia, G.M. P. 10c.; Green Hill s. s. 6; Pittsburgh Wm. S. P. B. 1; Scranton, Welsh cong. s. s. 2,80; Summit Hill, Welsh cong. s. s. 25; West Chester, by Miss A. R. 5; Williamsport, 0. S. pres. S. s. 3.59 30

DELAWARE.--Wilmington, Central pres. 8. 8. 25

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.- Washington, A. C. W.3; W. T. Y. 900.-3 90

OHIO.-Cincinnati, Charles Farnum, 20c. ; 8th pres. s. s. 2; German pres. s. s. 2; Columbus, Ist cong. s. s. 8; Cumberland, s. s. 8,45; East Orange 8. s. 1; Homer, Ist pres. s. s. 14,60; Ironton, pres S. S. 9; Jackson, four chil. l; Marietta, Maggie Orr, dec'd, 1; Medina, 1st cong. s. s. 2; Montgom ery X Roads, chil. per Rev. N. L. F. 1; New Richmond, pres. s. s. 2; Portsniouth, pres. s. s. 3; Pa tascula, South Fork s. s. 2; Putnam, pres. s. s. 5; Streetsborough, s. 8.3; Troy, pres. s. s. 3; Union, 0. S. pres. s. s. chil. miss. box, 17,25; Wellington, 1st cong. s. s. 2,69; Yellow Springs, a boy, 10c.; Youngstown, pres. 8. s. 13,40.-101 69 INDIANA.

Indiana polis, 4th pres. s. s.-8 ILLINOIS.-Augusta, Pres. 8. s. 2,50; Chicago, Edwards ch. s. s. 11,52; Crystal Lake, cong. s. s. 5; Danville, pres. 8. 8. 10; Geneva, cong. s. s. 5; Freda port, pres. s. s. 16,50; Northville, Ist pres. s. s. 43 Pittsfield, cong. s. s. 4,98 ; Springfield, chil. of Mrs W.3; Waltham, pres. s. s. 720.; Warsaw, 8. s. 6,25. -69 47

MICHIGAN.–Armada, Cong. s. s. 3; Detroit, pres, cong. and miss. s. s. by J. S. F. 36,26; Grand Haven, M. Van den B. and P. Van den B. Jr., 2,50; Lower Saginaw, pres. s. s. 4; Stony Creek, pres. 8. s. 4,13; White Lake, per J. S. F. 2,50.-52 39

WISCONSIN.-Manitowoc, s. s. 2,50; Milwaukie, a miss. sch. 4; Monticello, pres. s. s. 3,10; Neenah, s. s. 2; Raymond, T. M. E. and J. Loomis, 30c.; Shullsburg, cong. 6. S. 5,50; Whitewater, by T. Kinney, 3.-20 40

IOWA.-Cedar Rapids, Ist pres. s. s. 3; Den mark, s. s. 21,90; Knoxville, L. E. and M. A. F 30c.; Le Claire, cong. S. s. 1,80.-27

MISSOURI. - Cape Girardeau, a little sch, by Mrs. M. E. P. 4; Troy, chil, of s. s. 1,10; Springfield, nine chil. 2,10.—7 20

TENNESSEE.-Athens, ten little boys, 1; Greenville, s. $. 7.-8

KENTUCKY.--Newport, 2d pres. 8. $.—2 25
LOUISIANA.-New Orleans, 4th pres. s. 8.-16

CALIFORNIA.-San Francisco, Geary st. 8. S. -21 48

NEBRASKA TERRITORY.-Fontenelle, w. J. and M. Francis.-1

FOREIGN LANDS, &c.-Arabkir, Turkey. Ellen Richardson, 1.--Athens, Greece. Wm. C. King, 2.Berlin, Prussia. F. A. Dodge, 5.-Dakota Miss. Coll by G. A. Robertson, 7,80.---Jaffna, Ceylon. Chil, of niss’y, 2,50.-- London, EngRay Dodge,

3.-Park Hill, Cher. Miss. Fem. Sem'y, 3; M. A. Reese, 1; per. Rev. S. A. W. 1.--Pine Ridge, Cherokee Na. A. and E. Dwight, 1,50.-Syria. Mr. Calhoun's chil. 3; Mr. Hurter's chil. 1; Mr. Calhoun, 1.-Trebe zond, Turkey. Two miss'y chil. 200.- Van Choctaw Na. Ten chil. 1.-34 Amount received in January,

1,802 69 Previously acknowledged,

24,778 48

--Total,

$ 26,581 17

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Contributions to a Special Fund for raising $36,189 70, the Excess of Expend

iture of the American Board over Income for the last three years. The principle is fully admitted, that a religious Society ought, if possible, not to exceed its income. The explanation how an excess has arisen in the expenditures of the Board, is found in the statement of receipts during the past four years :

Receipts.

Excess of Expenditure. 1853,

$ 314,922 88 1854,

305,778 84 $ 12,042 49 1855,

310,427 77

8,465 41 1856,

307,318 69

15,681 80 Excess of Expenditure,

$ 36,189 70 The receipts, in each of the last three years, were less than in the year 1853; and less, on the whole, by some twenty thousand dollars, than if there had been no falling off. With no increase in the expenditure of the past three years, there would still have been a debt of $8,000; and $28,000 of the debt results from there having been a growth in the missions, but none in the receipts. In so vast a system of missions, should there not be a yearly growth of nine thousand dollars? Had the Spirit been poured out in Syria, India, China, as once at the Sandwich Islands, the growth and the consequent expense would have been far greater. We must pray less, or give more. The Prudential Committee could not have made the expenditures of the missions tally with the amount of contributions, except by a process similar to that which parents would find it necessary to employ to prevent the growth of their children. An annual increase of $9,000 in the receipts of the Board, would defray the cost of the missions. Such a scope for development is essential to spiritual health.

The appropriation of $350,000 for the year 1857, involved no sudden and great expansion.

Many give for current expenses more cheerfully, than for arrearages. But there are also large-hearted friends, who will gladly aid in removing the debt, without diminishing their ordinary subscriptions. They will see, too, the great importance of its being at once removed.

A separate account is opened on the cover of the Herald for the liquidation of the debt; so that all who desire to assist in its removal can do so; while those who prefer to contribute only towards the current expenses, will have no apprehension that their donations will be applied to the debt.

The following note has been received, and the money paid :—“A gentleman of Boston will give $5,000 to the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions towards liquidating the debt of the Board, hoping that others may make up the full amount ; this to be given without any diminution of the annual subscription." Missionary House, March, 1857.

LIST OF DONATIONS. Boston, Ms., A friend, $ 5,000 00 Conway, Ms., Four indiv.

35 00 Connecticut, A friend, 1,000 00 Conway, N. H., Cong. ch.

5 00 Vermont, A friend, 500 00 Cromwell, Ct., R. B. S.

1 00 A Clergyman,

500 00 East Hawley, Ms., H. Seymour, Saratoga, N. Y., R. H. Walworth, 325 00 Freeport, Me., L. Conklin,

6 00 Boston, Ms., A lady,

50 00 Fall River, Ms., Dr. Nathan Durfee, Dorchester, Ms., James Clap,

50 00 Farmington, Ct., E. L. Hart, East Hampton, Ms., Samuel Williston, 200 00

30 00

Hardwick, Vt., Miss U. Stevens. New York city, C. B. Conant,

15 00 200 00 Hinesburgh, Vt

100 00 Woodburn, nii., Cong. ch. 53 00 Ipswich, Ms., A friend, (of 1st cong. ch.)

12 00 Albany, N. Y., A friend, 50 00 Hanover, Mich., Miss Eliza Page,

10 00 A Bookseller, 500 00 Indiana, K.

20 00 Boston, Ms., Abner Kingman, 500; Joseph

Marblehead, A friend,

5 00 S. Ropes, 100; a lady of Essex st. ch.

Franklinville, N. Y. 50; 650 00 Massachusetts, A friend,

100 00 Champlain, N. Y., 1st pres. ch.

85 00 Middlefield, Ms., Rev. M. Harrington, Choctaw na., A missionary,

100 00 Monroe, Mich., Geo W. Bruckner, Dorchester, Ms., Mrs. R. Blake,

50 00 Monson, Ms., J. R. Flynt, Fitzwilliam, N. H., Dexter Whittemore,

5 90 100 00 Naugatuck, Ct., A friend, Knox Corners, N. Y., John J. Knox,

100 00 New York City, William E. Dodge, 1,000 Newark, N. J., William Myer,

50 00 Jas. C. Holden, 30; W. M. Halsted, 150; Westernville, N. Y., Pres. ch. 50; Miss S.

Miss I. Johnson, 10;

1,190 00 100 00

10 00

Pine Ridge, Choc. Na., A friend, Under $50, prev. acknowledged, 472 03 Philadelphia, Pa., A medical student, 10;

20 00

W. L. Hildeburn, 10; Since received :

50 00

Roxbury, Ms., A friend, Bangor, Me., Soc. of Inq. Theo. Seminary,

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The receipts of each period of four years are given ; the increase in those periods respectively; the average annual receipts for each of the periods; and the increase (decrease in one instance) in the average annual receipts of each period. Periods of 4 years.

Receipts.

Increase.
Av. Ann. Receipts.

Jncreaso. 1812 to 1815, $ 46,732 13

11,683

10,684 1816 to 1819,

114,698 01

67,966
28.674

16,991 1820 to 1823,

202,151 21

87,413

50,537 1824 to 1827,

253,157 90

51.006

63,289 1828 to 1831,

392,891 36

39,734
98,222

34,933 1832 to 1835, 692,148 18 -199,257

148,037

49,815 1836 to 1839,

908,649 50

316,501
227,162

79,125 1840 to 1843,

1,039,531 30

130,882

259,882 1844 to 1847,

964,983 64

*74,547

241,245 1848 to 1851,

1,072.526 22

107,643
268,131

26,886 1852 to 1855,

1,232,862 19

160.335

308,213
* Less than in the preceding period.

21,863 12,752

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40,082

MISSIONARY PHYSICIANS. Missionary Physicians are needed at Gawar, among the Mountain Nestorians; In the central parts of the Armenian field; in the Madura mission of Southern India;

in the Zulu mission of Southern Africa; in the Fuh-chau mission in China ; and in the Micronesia mission. Physicians of unquestioned piety, sound health, a love for their profession, and a love for souls, are greatly needed in the abovenamed missions under the care of the American Board. Cannot the over-crowded profession furnish the men ?

ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE BOARD. WANTED, for use at the Missionary House in making up sets, the Annual Reports of the Ainerican Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, for the years 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1828, 1829, and 1831. For most of these years there are no copies on hand, and friends who may have any of them to spare, will confer a great favor by sending them to the Secretaries, Missionary House, Pemberton Square, Boston; or to the Missionary Rooms of the Board, Bible House, New York city.

The Panoplists requested on the last cover, have been obtained.

The Lists of Agents for the Publications, and of Receiving Agents of the Board, are omitted in this number of the Herald. They may be seen on the cover of the January and March numbers.

HONORARY MEMBERS. The payment of $50 at one time constitutes a minister, and the payment of $100 at, Ononime constitutes any

other person,

an Honorary Member of the Board.

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MISSIONARY HERALD. The price of the Herald is One Dollar, payable in advance, to those who receive it by mail, or those who receive it at the Missionary House.

To those who receive it through agents or carriers, WITHOUT EXPENSE TO THEN SELVES, the price will be, if IN ADVANCE, One Dollar and I'wenty-five Cents.

To AGENTS who become responsible for the copies of the Herald distributed by them, and pay for the same in advance, the price will be as follows: For any number of copies over 50 and under 100, 95 cents.

over 100, 90 cents.

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JOURNAL AND YOUTH'S DAYSPRING. The JOURNAL OF Missions and Youth's DAYSPRING, issued monthly, is a family missionary paper, being designed for parents and children; and it will be made up of the best available materials. For a single copy the price is 25 cents a year; copies, sent to one order, will be furnished for $i ; 16 copies, for $2; 24 copies, for $3; 40 copies, $5; and so on for any number of copies. All payments are to be made in advance. Those desirous of taking it will please send in their orders, addressed to

AUGUSTUS DURANT, Missionary House, 33 Pemberton Square, Boston

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