Obrazy na stronie
PDF
ePub

E. Cambridge, Eran. cong. ch. m. c. 28 76
Lawrence, Miss Sylvia Howe, wh.
cons. her an H. M.

100 00 Waltham, Miss J. Bond,

10 00-561 19

Board of For. Miss. in Ref. Dutch ch. O. 8.

Little, New York, Tr. Albany, R. D. ch.

91 00 Astoria, do. to cons. JACOB POLHEMI'S an H. M.

109 58 Athens, R. D. ch.

18 93 Blenheim, North, do.

9 00 Hudson, R. D. ch. m. C.

25 00 Livingston, R. D. ch. corner 23d and 8th avenue, m. C.

17 91 Lisha's Hill, R. D. ch.

20 00 New York, R. D. ch. corner Bleecker

and Ames, m. c. 12; W. Bogert,

5; Colleg. R. D. ch. a lady, 2,50 ; 19 50 Naumburgh and New Brewer, R. D. chi.

9 00 Pluckanime, A friend,

3 Od Schenectady, R. D. ch. a poor mem, 5 00 l'tica, R. D. ch. 114,06; Miss Jane

E. Kelley to cons. Rev. DAVID
Ti'lly an H. M. 50;

164 06 West Troy, R. D. ch.

30 00

7,310 31 CONNECTICUT. Fairfield co West, ('. Marvin, Tr. Greenwich, 2d cong. ch. indiv.

25 00 Hartford co. Aux. So. A. W. Butler, Tr. Bristol, Gent.

21 00
Hartford, Centre ch. a lady, 50;

m. (. 9,5; special coll. 380 ;
South ch. io. 100 ; Pearl stch.
do. 200; North ch a friend do.
15;

814 95
Poguonock,

11 00 West Hartland,

5 28—855 23 Hartford co. South, H. S. Ward, Tr. Wortlington, Gent. and la.

122 52 Litchtield co. Aux. So. G. C. Woodruff, Tr. Ven Milford,

17 50
Norfolk. A few friends,

50 00
North Cornwall, 2d cong. ch.lener.
asso.

42 00
Sharon,

74 00 Washington,

15 (0-198 50 Middlesex Asso. E. Southworth, Tr. Essex, B. C.

5 00 Iladlyme, Gent. and la. 18,27 ; m. 6. 20,10;

71 67-79 67 New Haven City Aux. So. F. T. Jarman, Tr. New Haven, 3d cong. ch. m. c. 13,50 ;

Yale coll. m. c. 21,68: South ch, m. C.
10; uited m. c. 20,75; Rev. J.
M. B. Dwight, 20;

85 93 New Haven co East, F. T. Jarınan, Tr. Cheshire, (ong. ch.

89 15 New Haven co. West, 1. Townsend, Tr. Bethany, Ch. and so.

29 00 Birmingham, ('ong. ch. m. c. 33 90—-62 90 New London and vic, and Norwich and vic.

T. A Perkins and C. Butler, Trs.
Jewett City, A gent. whand vrev.

doni. cons. Miss Jass Tyler
an H. M.

25 00 Lebanon, 1st so. gent. 27,65; la.

33,73 : South so, m. c. 27; 88 38 New London, 2d cong. ch.

14 38 N. Stonington, ('ong. ch. wh. cons.

Rev. STEPHEN HUBBELL and

Rev. A. L. WHITMAN H. M. 100 00 Norwich, 2d and Main st. m. c. 15 82-243 58 Tolland co. Aux. So. E. B. Preston, Tr. Hebron, Cong. ch. and so.

80 75 West Willington, do.

17 39--98 11 Windham co. Aux. So. J. B. Gay, Tr. Brooklyn, Gent. 41,25 ; la. 51,23; m. c 21;

116 48 East Putnam, A friend,

25 00 South Woodstock, Gent, and la. 30 71 West Killingly, Gent. 73,30; la. 52,69; m. c. 104,52;

230 51-402 73

2,263 35 Legacies.- New Haven, John B. Barnard, by Nathaniel A. Bacon, Ex'r,

14,704 32

16,967 67 RHODE ISLAND. Providence, Central cong. ch. 521,40; Rich

mond st. ch. (of wh. to cons. THEOPHILUS SALSBURY an H. M. 110,) 307,51 ; Benef. cong. ch. and so. gent. 158; la. 61,88; a lady, 1;

1,052 79
NEW YORK,
Auburn and vic. I. F. Terrill, Tr.
Auburn, 1st pres. ch. to cons.

JAMEŚ Hyde an H. M. 104,89;
a friend, to cons. WilLIAM H.
SEWARD an H. M. 100; 2d pree.
ch. 37,77;

242 66 Northville, Cong. ch.

18 00 The Square, T. H. P.

10 00

42 45

521 98 Ded. paid Ferros, 19 38-508 80 Buffalo and vic. J. Crocker, Agent. Buffalo, R. S. 5; a missionary's daughter, 2 :

7 00 Lancaster, Pres. ch.

26 7533 15. Delaware co. Aux. So. Rev. D. Terry, Tr. Meredith, Cong. ch.

16 07 New Road, Mrs. S. A. B.

2 00 Walton, Cong. ch.

50 00—-68 07 Geneva and vic. G. P. Mowry, Agent. Bath, N. S. pres. ch.

11 00 Trumansburg, Pres. ch.

26 00 Weston, do.

10 69-47 69 Greene co. Aux. So. J. Doane, Tr. Catskill, l’res. ch.

126 30 Durham, Ist do.

25 00—151 30 Monroe co. and vic. E. Ely, Agent. Perry, 1st cong. ch.

45 08 New York and Brooklyn Aux. $o. A. Mer

win, Tr.
(of wh. fr. C. Adams, wh. cons. Rev.'A.

A. Woov an II. M. 100; Brick pres.
ch. 105; Central pres. ch. 188,35;
Madison square pres. ch. for building a
church at Marash, 50 ; West pres. ch.
23d st. 136,75 ; Scudder miss. so. of West
pres. ch. 50; 1st presch. Brooklyn,
224,60; 3d pres. ch. 100; Williams-

burg, pres. ch. 56,65; E. Crary, 50 ;). 1,296 27 Otsego co. Aux. So. D. H. Little, Tr.

Cooperstown and vic. Fem. miss. so.
St. Lawrence co. Aux. So. H. D. Smith, Tr.

Parishville, Cong. ch.
Watertown and vic. A. Ely, Agent.
Watertown, 2d ch. to cons. Rev. SAMUEL
L. MBRRILL of Martinsburgh an H. M.

2,513 Ashland, Pres. ch.

4 00 Babylon, M. A. C.

5 00 Chestertown, Rev. R. C. Clapp, 4 00 Dansville, M. Crane,

10 00 Fredonia, Ch. and cong. wh. cons. JOHN SEYMOUR an H. M.

100 00 Gilbertsville, Pres. ch. 55,04 ; la. miss. so. 10;

65 04 Hoosick Falls, Pres. ch.

73 28 kingsboro', Pres. ch. D. B. Judson, 15; L. F. P. 10; H. H. 5;

30 00 Kortright, Benev, so. Malden, G. Isham,

50 00 New Haven, Cong. so.

22 00 Owego, 1st pres. ch.

105 00 Peekskill, 2d do.

11 50 Poughkeepsie, Pres. ch. m. C.

23 08 Strykersville, C. A. H. 1; P. H. l; 2 OU Troy, Mrs. Ruth K. Champion, wh.

and prev. dona. cons. JONATHAN EDWARDS, Jr. an H. M. 50; 2d pres. ch. 400,99;

450 99 Valatie, Pres. ch. miss. so. m. C.

44 18 Yonkers, 1st pres. ch. 166,50 ; ni. C. 60;

226 50-1,231 57

500

51 00

5 00

[blocks in formation]

3,744 78

NEW JERSEY.
Board of For. Miss. in Ref. Dutch ch. C.

8. Little, Tr. Blawenburgh, R. D. ch.

62 08 Bound Brook, do.

50 35 East Millstone, do.

25 00 Middlebush, do.

25 00-162 43 Madison, Pres. ch. 52,06; m, C. 46,48 ;

98 54 Newark, CHARLES S. HINES, wh.

and prey. dona. cons. him an H. M. 30; Ist pres. ch. la. miss. so. 220,75;

250 75—319 29

[blocks in formation]

511 72 Legacies.-John Taylor, by Joseph N. Tuttle, Esq.

500 00

1,011 72 PENNSYLVANIA. Judge Helfenstein,

10 00 Athens, Pres. ch. m. C.

15 18 Cherry Ridge, Miss M. D.

2 00 Franklin, Pres. ch.

25 00 Philadelphia, Clinton st. ch. 303,66;

m. c. 56,34; Olive st. pres. ch. 12; D. W. Prescott, 20; 3d pres. ch. miss. so. 10; Ist pres. ch. John Sparhawk to cons. Thomas T. SPARHAWK an H. M. 100; W. Purves, 25; S. C. P. 10; J. W. D. 10; M. Mackey, 20;

567 00 Pittston, S. E. c.

1 75 Springville, m. c.

4 23 Venango co. Pres. ch.

3 00 West Chester, Ist do. 133; J. Atwood, 25;

158 00-786 16

ILLINOIS.
By G. L. Weed, Tr.
Springfield, 2d pres. ch. 50; J. Thayer,
50; disc. 50c.;

99 50 Bellville, Ger, evan. ch.

10 00 Collinsville, Pres. so.

24 20 Grand Detour, First m. c.

2 00 Jerseyville, P. Fobes,

15 00 Lamoille, Cong. ch.

8 00 Mendon, A. H.

10 00 Pinckneyville, m. c.

1 20 Quincy, Ist pres. ch. m. c.

46 31 Rockford, lst cong. ch.

41 32-158 03

[blocks in formation]
[blocks in formation]

MICHIGAN.
Detroit, 1st

cong.
ch.

133 04 Dover, Ist pres. ch. in. C.

5 80 Goodrich, Cong. ch.

3 00 Hillsdale, Pres. ch. m. c.

15 00 Holland, R. D. ch. (of wh. for Amoy m. 5 :)

20 00 Jonesville, Unknown,

2 00 Lansing, 1st pres. ch. m. c.

10 00 La Peer, Mrs. W.

2 50 New Baltimore, Rev. E. W.

5 00 Overysil, A singing class,

31 00 South Haven, m. c.

2 00 Windsor, I. M. Dimond,

10 00---239 34

20 00

VIRGINIA.
Richmond and vic. S. M. Price, Tr.
Richmond, DAVID TURNER, Jr, wh. cons.

him an H. M. 100; ded. disc. 50c. ; 99 50 · Prince Edward co. Mrs. E. H. Dupay

and Misses M. P. and M. L. Дарау,

15 00 Rockbridge co. Miss E. A. C.

2 50—-17 50

117 00

WISCONSIN. Appleton, Ist cong. ch.

14 00 Columbus, lst pres. ch, m. c.

15 00 Cottage Grove, Pres. ch.

7 00 Delavan, J. S. Officer to cons. Rev. J. COLLIE an H. M.

50 00 Fon du Lac, Union meeting coll. for Micronesian m.

9 00 Fox Lake, Ist cong. ch. 12,18; ded. disc. 18c.;

12 004107 00 Legacies.-Beloit, Mrs. Love Colton, by A. L. Chapin, (prev. rec'd, 1,000,)

500 00

100;

607 00

21 00

OHIO.
By G. L. Weed, Tr.
Cincinnati, 2d pres. ch. 314,61; m.

c. 52,89; Ist ortho. cong. ch. wh.
cons. JAMES CALHOUN an H. M.

497 50
College Hill, Pres. ch. m. c. 6,93 ;
Ohio fem. coll. m. c. 8;

14 93 Columbus, 2d pres. ch. 14,50; m.

C. 6,50;
Granville, Bal. of coll.

2 00
Hanging Rock, Pres. ch.

13 30 Marietta, Oak Hill sch. m. C.

6 00 Pataskula, Pres. ch.

18 00 Walnut Hills, Lane sem. ch. m. c. 13 75 Williamsburgh, O. Dudley,

10 00

596 48 Ded. disc.

2 39594 09 Ashtabula, Mrs. G. C. H.

4 00 Belpre, Cong, ch, m. c.

3 25 Cleveland, Miss E. H. L.

6 00 Defiance, 1st pres. ch. Kitchville, Rev. M. P.

50 Hudson, Wes. Res. college, 16; Rev. 3. Coe, 5; Dr. H. 3;

24 00 New Plymouth, Pres. ch.

5 00 Warren, 1st do.

83 14-136 64

IOWA,
Bradford, (of wh. fr. m. c. 2,65 ;) 10 00
Council Bluffs, m. c.

3 00 Freeport, W. A. K.

2 00 Garna ville, Rev. L. P. M.

5 00 Grinnell, Cong. ch. 28; disc. 42c. ; 27 58 Muscatine, do. Town, 129,51; Lucas,

11,35; wh. cons. PLINY FAY an H. M.

110 89—188 47

MISSOURI. Bowdack, J. A. R.

10 00 St. Louis, lst Trin, ch. 153,95; Ist

pres. ch. m. c. 14,25; disc. 1; 167 20-177 20

10 75

GEORGIA Roswell, Mrs. F. P. King, for Mrs. Bridgman's sch. Shanghai,

5 00 Savannah, R. Hutchinson,

100 00-105 00

730 73

[blocks in formation]

6 00

5 05

FLORIDA. Fort Myers, S. Loomis, 1". S. A.

MINNESOTA TERRITORY. Spring Valley, Cong. ch.

IN FOREIGN LANDS, &c. China, Peter Parher, 250 ; Mrs. Parker,

250; for church at luh-chau, Cherokee m Dwight, m. c. Turkey, Arabkir, m. c. 22 ; Bebek, m. c.

43; Coustantinople, Rev. I. F. Pettibone, 50; Cesarea, native contrib, for a chapel, 110,10; m. c. 38,14; Ilasskeuy, m. c. 31; Smyrna, a friend, 11,50; Yeni kapoo,

in. c. 18,39; Diarbekir, m. c. 23,29 ; avails of horses,

51,32; i. and E. H. W. 20 : Syria, Rev J. E. Ford, for fem. sem. Wheelock, Choc. na. c.

500 00

8 68

327 13

97 61 60 00 50 00

$10 45

1,043 42 MISSION SCHOOL ENTERPRISE.

(See details in Journal of Missions.)
MAINE,
New HAMPSHIRE,

2 57 VERMONT,

13 07 MASSACHUSETTS,

1,022 69 CONNECTICUT,

69 75 New YORK,

169 38 New Jersey,

11 50 PeNNSYLVANIA,

48 00 MARYLAND,

30 00 VIRGINIA,

5 00 Онто, ,

49 03 INDIANA,

12 55 ILLINOIS,

49 90 MICHIGAN,

20 WISCONSIN,

1 00 Iowa,

29 95 ALABAMA,

3 00 MINNESOTA TERRITORY,

2 25 NEBRASKA TERRITORY,

1 00 IN FOREIGN LANDS, &c.

1 10

$1,562 39 Donations received in March, 23,400 99 Legacies,

15,980 52

$39,381 51 TOTAL from August 1st to March 31st,

$193,491 90

Monson, cong. s. s. 22,50 : Miss N A. Flynt, 2,00; Norton, cong. s. s. 19,30 ; Plainfield, a' new grand daughter," i : Rehoboth, s. s. 27 Rochester, 6. 8. 7,05 ; South Malden, cong. s. s. 6,54 ; Springfield, South ch. s. s. 6,56; Swampscot, four chil. 2; West Medway, s. 8. 30c. ; West Newbury, 1st par.B 8. 5,60.-222 57.

RHODE ISLAND.—Little Compton, s. 8–60c.

CONNECTICUT.-Hartford, Mission s. 8. 1,20; Madison, cong. s. s. 2; New Britain,;So. ch. 6.8. 11,20; New Haven, chapel st. s. s. 24, Northford, cong. s. s. 6,50 ; Somers, s. s. 3; Pomfret, 50c.; Tolland, s. s. 2; Waterbury, 1st cong. s. s. 17,21.67 61.

NEW YORK.-Albany, 3d pres.ch. 8. 8. 606; Beekmantown, 1st pres. S. s. 9,45; Brooklyn, Middle R. D. s. s. 1,70; 2d pres. s. s. 7,30; Chateaugay, by Rev. A. MM. 2 ; Gilboa, s. s. 15; Gloversville, cong. s. s. 9: Hunter, pres. S. s. 8: Jasper, S. S. 1,09; Lodi, R. D. s. s. 3,70; New Berlin, s. s. 1,39; New York, 1th avenue pres. s. s. 34 North R. D. s. s. 1,50 ; W. L. S. AUC; Northumberland - and Gansevoort, R. D. ch. s. s. 71; Nunda, sos: 1; Oswogo, 1st pres. s. s. 16; Tremont, pres. 8. s. 5; Westfield, s. s. 2.-126 13.

NEW JERSEY.– Deckertown, Mt+Retirement seminary, 2,10; Hanover, pres. s. s. Lawrenceville, two young la. by E. K. B. l; Mendham, pres. 8. s. 26,52; Newark, 3d pres. s. s. infant class, 9; New Brunswick, 2d R. D. s. s. 7,90.50 52.

PENNSYLVANIA.-Philadelphia, Central pres. 8. s. 7,50 : Western pres. s. s. 5; 1st pres. 8. $ 91,50 ; Spring Garden, pres. s. s. 4 ; Infant do. 1,50 C. B. 10c. ; s. s. 10c.; Girard college, J. H. 1,35; Reading, 1st German Ref. s. s. 20 ; Southwark, ist pres. ch. by J. Francis, 20.-154 05.

DELAWARE.-Port Penn, s. s.-l.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.- Washington, W. L. C.-10c.

VIRGINIA.—Martinsburgh, 20 chil. of Episcopal ch. 2; Prince Edward C. H. five chil. 50c.; Powhatan, s. s. 1,50; Richmond, three s. s. chil. 2,40.6 40.

OHIO.—Belpre, s. s. 4,10; Chester, Bu B. 10,50; Nelson, cong. 8. s. 7,51 ; Sampson, Olive Furnace 8. 6. 1,30; Toledo, Wm. W. M. 1.-24 41.

INDIANA.-Bethany, R. S. 50c.; W. H. S. 50c.; Gosport, Minnie, Alice and Albert Bushnell, 1,50; Putnamville, bal. of coll. 48c.-2 98.

ILLINOIS.—Quincy, Ist pres. s. s. 11: Roseville, cong. s. s. 3; Winslow, s. s. 1,25-15 25.

MICHIGAN.–Grandville, Ist cong. & 8.-2,50 ; London, L. E., S. S., and L. S. H. 1.-350.

WISCONSIN.-Allen's Grove, Cong.18.38Beloit, 1st pres. s. s. 25; Fulton, cong. ch. 200.33 20.

TOWA.-Croton, s. s. 1,25; Iowa City, Ist const. pres. s. s. 11,25; Oskaloosa, Union $ 8.25,51.18 01.

MISSOURI.-Athens, Five indiv. 1, 10, Rock Hill, 8. s. 5.-6 10.

MISSISSIPPI.—Port Gibson, Henry 1.-1.
LOUISIANA.

- Lake Providence, Seven chil.170c.

CALIFORNIA.-San Francisco, E. P. Flint.–20. OREGON TERRITORY.–Oregon City, Ist cong. ch, s. 8.-10.

FOREIGN LANDS, &c.-Eagle Toron, Choc. No. s. s. 4,40.--Kohala, Sandwich Isls. 8. $, 50 ; family, 8. S. 20.-Mosul, Assyria, four fem. ch. mem. 4.– St. Catharines, [.w. Amer. pres. 8. 6. 10.—88 40. Amount received in February,

906 87 Previously acknowledged,

26,581 17

DONATIONS IN CLOTHING, &c. New York city, Two Gothic copying presses and stand fr. R. Hoe & Co.

100 00 Utica, N. Y. Two vols. Panoplist fr. R. S.

Williams.

DONATIONS FOR THE MISSIONARY

PAOKET. RECEIVED IN FEBRUARY. MAINE.-Boothbay, 2d cong. 5. s. 1,06; Holden, cong. s. s. 2,28 ; Searsport, cong. s. s. 9.-12 34,

NEW HAMPSHIRE.-Claremont, Cong. s. 8. 25; Meredith Bridge, cong. s. s. 8,60.-33 60.

VERMONT.-Hinesburgh, s. s. 6; Thetford, 1st cong. S. B. 2,50–8 50.

MASSACHUSETTS.-Auburndale, Cong. s. s. 36; Boston, Central ch. s. s. 35,30; Essex st. s. s. bal. of dona, 17,02 ; M. B. S. 1; Chicopee Falls, cong. s. s. 17,27; Deerfield, s. s. 3,51 ; Dighton, 1st cong. 8. 8.5; East Longmeadow, F. Mills, 50c. ; Jamaica Plain, Mather s. s. 6; Lynn, Central ch. S. 8. 62c. ;

27,488 04

[graphic]

One of the best administered of the large English Missionary Societies owed £6,500 t the close of its last year, the excess of unavoidable expenditures in the previous two tears. It opened a special fund, and in some six or seven months the debt was paid. The effort began (as did that of the Board) with an offer of £1,000, (which was from a Jergyman,) as an extra donation. There were 57 donations of £10; 4 of £15; 20 of 120; 9 of £25; 3 of £30 ; 24 of €50; 8 of £100; 1 of £180 ; 1 of £200 ; 3 of £300;

of €500; and 1 of £1,000 ;-making £6,125; and £375 were in sums less than ten younds. The pound is but little short of five dollars. KA gentleman of Boston will give $5,000 to the American Board of Commissioners or 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 subcription." This announcement led to the opening of the Deficiency Fund for $36,189 70, he excess in the Board's expenditure over its income in the last three years, Nearly half the sum has been contributed; and it is earnestly hoped that the residue will come im before the 31st of July, which is the close of the present financial year. The appeal s to Christians of broad views and large hearts.

The tables of receipts of the Board from the beginning, found on the covers of the last two numbers of the Missionary Herald, show that, on the whole, in periods of four years, there has been a regular increase during forty-five years, with but a single exception. There was an increase in the last of these periods, greater than since the year 1839. In the past three years, however, there was a falling off, as compared with 1853, of $21,000 on the whole. The receipt of five thousand dollars in each of these three years, more than was contributed in the year 1853, (which is less than two per cent, upon the receipts as they were four years ago,) would have prevented all indebtedness. Such, and only so much was the actual advance made in the expenditure. And even that small advance brought a debt; to have kept out of which the Board must have retrenched---must have gone backward, instead of forward!

The appropriations for the current financial year are at the rate of $342,000. The actual expenditure of the last financial year, exceeded $330,000. The advance, therefore, is less than four per cent! When we pray, 'Thy kingdom come,' do we ask for no more? Should we not pray for less, or be prepared to do more? These few remarks are for such, as suppose the Board is going rashly forward, whenever it chances to be in debt. The subject admits of ample illustration, but would require more room than the Herald cover a fords. It is time the principles which must needs govern missionary xpenditure, were more clearly and generally understood in the Christian community. Missionary House, April, 1857.

Boston, M., A friend,

Conecticut, A friend,
Vermont, Afriend,
A Clergyman,
Saratoga, N. Y., R. H. Walworth,
Boston, Ms., A lady,

'J. o. Chaney, Bridgeton, N.J., L. Q. C. Elmer, Dorchester, Ms., James Clap,

New York city, J. Baker,
Whoston, Ms., Mrs. M. E. Temple,

58
Champlain, N. Y., ist pres. ch.
Choetav Na., A missionary,
Dorchester, vs.,

Mrs. R. Blake,
Fitzwilliam, N. i., Dexter Whittemore,
Knox Corners, N. Y., John J. Knox,
Middlebury, Ýt., P. Starr,
Monson, Ms., D. N. Coburn,
Payson, II., A friend,

« Rev. C. $. Leach,
* E. Seymour,
" J. K. Scarborough,

D. E. S.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[graphic]
[ocr errors]

ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE BOARD. WANTED, for use at the Missionary House in making up sets, the Annual Reports al the American 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 conce on hand, and friends who may have any of them to spare, will confer a great favor by sending them the Secretaries, Missionary House, Pemberton Square, Boston; or the Missionary Rooms of the Board, Bible House, New York city.

© The Lists of Agen for the Publications, and of Receiving Agents of the Board, are

omitted in this number of the Herall. They may be seen on the cover of the Junuiry

MISSIONARY HERALD.

u erant is One Dollar, payable in advance, to those who receive it whose who receive through agents or carriers, WITHOUT EXPENS TO WA SELVES, the price wil TO AGENT

who becou a responsible for the copies of the Herald distributed Up then 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.

« PoprzedniaDalej »