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The following list includes those who have been appointed Receiving agents by the Prudenty Committee, and also the Treasurers of auxiliary and co-operating Societiss. MAINE RHODE ISLAND
SOUTH CAROLINA Bangor, E. Duren
Providence, William Coggesla!! Charleston, James Lager
ALABAMA Hailureil, B. Nasou
Deep Rirer, Fra Stich
Molate, Wiliam I. Ledyawl
Augusta w. Cs din
So ranneth, 8. W. Mercer
A. Tosinsend, Jr.
New Orleans, Moses Greenwood Dover, E. J. Lane
Norwich, F. A. Perkins
St. Louis, Anson Comstock Nashua, J. A. Wheat
Wilton, Charles Marvin Plymouth, W. W. Russell
Columbia, Rev. William Mack
Ashtabula, 0. H. Fitch
Cincinnati, George L. Weed
Cleveland, T. P. Handy
Elyria, Elijah De Witt
Hudson, Rev. H. Coe
Marietta, Sala Bosworth
Norwalk, C. L. Latimer
Ithaca, J. B. Williams
Jacksonville, Rev. L. M. Glover Boston, S. A. Danforth
Salem, A. Eldredge
Ann Arbor, W. C. Voorheis
Detroit, Edward Bingham
J. S. Farrand
Westfield, Chau.co.S. H. Hungerford Kalamazoo, D. A. McNair Northampton, William H. Stoddard
Marshall, Charles Gorham S. W. Hopkins
MO oe, William H. Boyd Phillipston, C. Sanderson
Philadelphia, Henry Perkins Pittsfield, H. G. Davis
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Milwaukie, Ira E. Goodall
San Francisco, Edward P. Flint Uxbridge, W. C. Capron
Baltimore, Rev. Elias Heiner, Tr. Ware, William Hyde
B. F. M. G. R. C.
OREGON TERRITORI. West Barnstable, W. Crocker
Oregon City, Rev. Geo. H. Atkinson Worcester, William R. Hooper
CANADA WEST. Wrentham, Rev. W. L. Ropes Richmond, Samuel M. Price
Toronto, Peter Freeland
MISSIONARY HERALD. The price of the Herald is One Dollar, payable in advance, to those who receive by mail, or those who receive it at the Missionary House.
To those who receive it through agents or carriers, WITHOUT EXPENSE TO THE SELVES, the price will be, if IN ADVANCE, One Dollar and Twenty-five Cents.
To AGENTS who become responsible for the copies of the Herald distributed 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.
JOURNAL AND YOUTH'S DAYSPRING. The JOURNAL MISSIONS AND YOUTH's DAYSPRING, issued monthly, is a fami missionary paper, being designed for parents and children; and it will be made up 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 & 40 copies, $5; and so on for any number of copies. All payments are to be made advance.
GRATUITOUS CIRCULATION OF THE JOURNAL. Churches are authorized to order, if they please, to be sent gratuitously, os copy of the Journal for every THREE DOLLARS contributed by them to the funds the Board, until the number shall be sufficient to supply every family in the congregati with a single copy. Orders should be sent on with the donations, or as soon after may be, with specific directions as to the manner in which packages are to be forwarden Orders should be addressed to
AUGUSTUS DURANT, Missionary House, 33 Pemberton Square, Bostoru