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Financial statements, 16, 191, 214, 282. Foochow mission, 7, 98, 166, 194, 253, 314; an

nual survey, 7; liberality, 98; Miss Payson's school, 166; a mother's fears, 166; influence of a picture, 166; pushing forward, 194, 253;

waning influence of idolatry, 195, items, 314. Free Church of Scotland their missions, 62,

407. Freewill Baptist Foreign Missionary Society,

167, 405. General Baptist Missionary Society, 61. Gleanings, 35, 67, 99, 132, 172, 204, 235, 268,

329, 412. Hadjin, 169, 221. Harpoot station, 86, 112, 159, 366; how the light

spreads, 86; the gospel among Turks, 86; an eventful journey, 87; does it pay? 112; sore trials, 159; Kuzzelbash Koords, 159; condition of the field, 366; fruits of the ritualistic

movement, 367. Havadoric, 369. Hungary, 118. Italy, Mission to, 210, 357. Japan, Religions of, 264. Japan mission, 8, 27, 33, 52, 113, 125, 142, 191,

225, 256, 292, 310, 389; annual survey, 8; convention of missionaries, 27; committee on translation of the Seriptures, 27; a native church organized, 28; medical missionary work, 28; letter from Mr. Greene, 28; cheerful entrance on the work, 29 ; impressions, 33; schools, 52, 125, 191, 225 ; no retrograde movement, 52; one year — changes, 113; boarding-school at Kobe, 125; death of Yeinosuki, 125; change of calendar, 126; sale of Bibles, 126; imprisonment of a friendly official, 126; the recent revolution, 142; readiness to hear, 191; the wife of Yeinosuki, 191; removal of edicts against Christianity, 192, 225; Sabbath services, 225; pleasant movement by physicians, 227; article in a native paper on a change of religion, 226; men still called for, 256; school at Osaka, 256; the field still opening, 292; attitude of the Government - prospects, 310; the Sabbath question, 389; openings for medical work, 390; the church

in Japan, 390. Karabazar, 21. Khasdoor, 20. Koordbeleng, 223. Madagascar, 32; the ritualists, 326. Madura mission, 6, 23, 97, 164, 195, 250, 288, 315;

356; annual survey, 6; incidents on tours, 23; new railroad, 24; ordination, 25; dispensary, 25; native evangelical society, 26; letter from a native pastor, 97; gratifying facts — additions, 164; a tour -- ordination – work for women, 165; annual report, 195; native pastors, 195; confidence of the heathen in Christians, 196 ; influence of station school, 196; labors among the heathen, 196 ; decreasing influence of heathenism, 197; closing appeal, 197; faithfulness of native Christians, 250; associations -- ordinations — tours - the telegraph, 288; labors of natives — persecutors softened - a

- a death, 289; many cares, 315; an unusual incident, 316; hindrances — conduct of Europeans, 317. Mahratta mission, 5, 23, 53, 123, 162, 198, 225;

annual survey, 5; Methodist church at Bombay, 23; cheering indications, 53; letter from

Mrs. Winsor, 54; Prof. Seelye's visit, 78, 109; missionary conference, 111; pleasant labor, but too much, 123; station reports, 162; baptism of a Gosavi, 163; other baptisms - interest in villages, 164; a missionary's congregation, 198; touring, 198; additions, 198; ordinations, 199; pleasant items from Bombay, 225. Manissa station, 158; week of prayer, 158; en

couragement among Greeks, 158; openings which cannot be entered, 158 ; persecution

and its effects, 159. Marash station, 169, 248; church organized at

Hadjin ordination, 169; women's work,

248. Marsovan station, 64, 201, 320, 364; New church

and pastor, 64; seminary, 201; self-denial of students, 201; items, 320; gratifying visit to Vezir Keopreu, 364; a sample of progress,

366. Merichleri, 120, 247. Methodist Episcopal Board, 260. Mexico, Western - mission to, 10, 43, 117, 216,

259, 294, 357, 361; annual survey, 10; mission commenced, 43; encouragement, 117; hopeful converts, 216 ; tracts — excitement, 217; spirit of inquiry, 259; continued encouragement, 294; report of committee, 357; good news still, 361. Mexico, Northern mission to, 116, 139, 215,

294, 357, 361; Miss Rankin's work, 139; items, 215; visiting the churches, 294. Micronesia mission, 9, 30, 92, 227, 233, 256,

370; annual survey, 9; Mrs. Doane's health, 30, 47; slavers, 30, 47; call for help, 30; Ebon -schools — prospects, 30; waiting for a mail

sorrow, 31; native helpers called for, 31; death of a patriarch, 47; a promising movement - religious interest, 48; church building, 49; native pastorate, 49, 52; new plans of Mr. Doane - devoted self-sacrifice, 50; natives ready for mission work, 51; disappointment, 51; a church in Mokil, 52; Mr. Alexander's report of his visit, 92; different languages and customs on different groups, 94; work of helpers, 227; perplexities, 228; good news from Pingelap and Mokil, 228; missions gaining favor, 229; progress at out-stations, 229; a danger passed, 230; additions, 230; translation of the New Testament, 233; pleasant items, 256; encouraged, 370; a sermon worth reading, 370. Miscellaneous articles — volunteers, 15; no re

trenchment, 16; week of prayer, 17; fears he may be too late, 33; impressions in Japan, 33; chapter of missionary experience, 34; Romanism in Syria, 35; Kessab parsonage, with engraving, 41; Mexico, 43; Hindoo converts and heathen homes, 44; how to reach women in India, 45; a just tribute, 46; persecution of Protestants on Uea, 63; slavery to opium, 64; the Indians in Idaho – tobacco, 64; pray for the missionaries, 65; Japan, 65, 113; à necessity for missionary work, 65; missions a sign of the church's faith, 65; the bishop of Bombay, 66; Pillaiar, or Ganesha, 73; the work in nominally Christian lands, 77; Prof. Seelye in India, 78, 109, 130, 146, 171; Bible-women, 81; a record of work, 81; mission to the Santhals, 96; worthy of imitation, 97; giving for missions, 98: the Esquimaux, 98; ancient gateway at Sivas, 105; prayer for more missionaries, 107; not quite yet, 108; missionary conference in India, 111; does it pay? 112; mission to Northern Mexico, 116; what England is doing for missions, 126; Rarotonga Christians - à merchant's testimony, 130; religious movement at Bombay, 130; interior of

Western Africa, 131: what one can do, 131; | Presbyterian Board - its missions, 296. chapel and Bungalow at Ahmednuggur, with Presbyterian church of Ireland -its missions, engraving, 137; a call to the missionary work, 326. 150; help needed for the new work, 153; college at Aintab, 168; a pleasant contrast, 169; Reformed (Dutch) Board, 61, 404. Sandwich Islands - the new king, 169; grants Roman Catholic missions, 128. from Tract and Bible Societies, 171; the old and the new Congregational House, with en- Samokov station, 55, 154, 248, 364; a time of graving, 177; intrusion at Ahmednuggur - joy, 55; enlargement of the Bansko church, a protest, 180; a live monthly concert, 182; 55; opposition at Panagureshte, 156; work of "the Philistines be upon thee,' 185; influence students, 154; pastor at Bansko, 248; girls' of American missionaries on social life in the school, 364. East, 187: how it strikes a woman from the Sandwich Islands, 66, 169, 327, 329. field, 202; a kind word from Australia, 203; Santhals of India, mission to, 96. American missions in Turkey, 231; a medita- Seelye, Prof., in India, 78, 109, 130, 146, 171. tion, 232; another translation of the New Tes- Sivas station, 286 ; brighter prospects, 286. tament, 233; a word to churches and pastors, Spain, mission to, 18, 95, 154, 218, 357, 399; by a layman, 234; lending to the Lord, 234; getting settled, 18; prospects at Santander, to retired physicians, 235; Presbyterians pay- 95, 154; chapel secured, 218; political moveing a debt, 235; New Chol'try, Madura, 141; ments, 219; schools at Barcelona, 219; report uses of wealth, 243; receipts of English Soci- of committee, 357; review of the year, 399; eties, 261; religions of Japan, 264; Bishop spies, 399; obtaining a chapel, 400; annoyance Whipple on missions to the Indians, 265; the and compensation, 401; quiet methods foreign work not overdone, 266; prayer for cases of interest, 401; singing, 402; hope for missions, 267; the Jains of India, 267; a na- the future, 402. tive catechist in China, 267; taking off the Southern Presbyterian Board, 260. shoes, 268; Kioto, the sacred capital of Japan, with engraving, 273; needful qualifications Turkey - European, mission, 3, 55, 120, 154, for a foreign missionary, 275; the moral revo- 201, 221, 247, 355, 364; annual survey, 3; inlution in India, 278; an ordination in Ceylon, terest in the work, 201; a faithful helper, 221. 298; the “Morning Star," 299; opposers from See stations, Eski Zagra and Samokov. Christian lands, 300; Mission House at Cesa- Turkey, Western, mission, 3, 64, 84, 138, 155, rea, with engraving, 305; Sunday-schools and 199, 222, 285, 319, 364, 394; annual survey, 3; foreign missions, 328; mothers of mission- thoughts on the work and its prospects, 84; aries, 328; the work in nominally Christian hopeful indications, 285. See stations, Conlands, 379; two collections, or one, 380; an stantinople, Cesarea, Manissa, Nicomedia, experience, 383; the day of special service, Marsovan, Sivas. 384; our publications, 385; official testimony Turkey, Central, mission, 4, 169, 224, 248, 355; to missions in India, 386; a word to Sabbath- annual survey, 4. See Aintab and Marash. schools, 389; are female children destroyed in Turkey, Eastern, mission, 5, 20, 54, 85, 112, 121, China, 408; a lawyer's view of missions, 408; 159, 249, 287, 318, 355, 366; annual survey, 5; a meeting in Zulu land, 409.

attempt to enter Russia, 249. See stations, Moravians — their missions, 60.

Bitlis, Erzroom, Harpoot, Van. Mogoonk, 369.

United Brethren — Moravians their missions, Nicomedia, 222; taught of God, not in the 60. schools, 222.

United Presbyterian Board, 262; mission in North China mission, 8, 52, 124, 193, 254, 311, Egypt, 323.

391; annual survey, 8; items, 52; a tour United Presbyterians of Scotland their misbaptisms, 124; Jesuit missions, 124; naval ar- sions, 322. chitecture, 125; New Testament in Mandarin, 193: training class, 194; a sprightly letter, Van station, 88, 121, 161, 224, 287; beginnings 254; items, 255; Miss Porter on a tour-faith of the work, 88; labors among women, 89; and love of a Chinese woman, 311; tour by from Boston to Van, 121; Lake Van, 122; Mr. Blodget, 311; baptisms — persecutions Van and its people, 122; waiting in hope, 161; Romanists — Mohaminedans – medical mis- opposition, 224; station report, 287; the field, sionaries — progress in China, 312; brighten- 288. ing prospects at Tung Cho, 312; work of Vizer Keopreu, 364. women — training-school - advance, 313; en- Volunteers called for, 15. tering Pao-ting-fu, 391; the audience question, 391; address to Hon. F. F. Low, 392; great | Wesleyan Methodist Missions, 405. rain, 392.

Woman's Work, 17.

Woman's Boards, 214. Obituary Notices - Rev. P. O. Powers, 11; Mrs.

Fidelia C. Coan, 13; Mrs. Mary A. Dwight, Yamboul, 247. 42; Rev. A. T. Pratt, M.D., 75; Rev. Henry Venn, 115; Rev. Artemas Bishop, 149; Mrs. Zulu mission, 2, 19, 34, 83, 119, 283, 320, 354, Mary P. Whitney, 149; Dea. Charles Stod- 396; annual survey, 2; death of a native dard, 184; Mrs. Louisa F. Bartlett, 237; Mrs. brother, 19; ordination of Nembula, 20; burnMary S. Smith, 245; Levi Spaulding, D.D., ing of Mr. Mellen's house, 20; one year of 307.

pleasant work, 83; Mrs. Edwards' school, 119, Officers of the Board, 359.

321; work among the kraals, 283, 396; genOrdo, 85, 160.

eral letter — work of natives, 320; religious Other societies and missions, 60, 126, 167, 260, interest in the girls' school, 321; meeting o

296, 322, 404; receipts of English Societies, native Christians, 397; Jobo and Dumisa, 261.

397; entering the field cheerfully, 398.

INDEX TO NAMES OF PERSONS.

The following Index contains the Names of the Missionaries and Assistant Missionaries whose communications

are inserted in this volume, and those about whom information is given.

Abraham, Andrew, 2.

Blodget, H., 8, 53, 124, 193, 255, Edwards, Mrs. Mary K., 2, 119,

Abraham, Mrs., 2.

311, 392.

321.

Adams, Lucien H., 4, 41. Blodget, Mrs., 8.

Ely, Miss Charlotte E., 5, 268.

Adams, Mrs., 4.

Bond, Lewis, 3.

Ely, Miss Mary A. C., 5, 370.

Adams, Edwin A., 10, 57, 145, Bond, Mrs., 3.

Evans, Miss Jennie G., 8, 100.

363.

Bridgman, Mrs. E. J., 8.

Adams, Mrs., 10.

Bridgman, Henry M., 2, 35. Fairbank, Samuel B., 5.

Agnew, Miss Eliza, 7.

Bridgman, Mrs., 2.

Fairbank, Mrs., 5.

Alexander, Walter S., 10,-100. Bruce, Henry J., 5.

Farnham, Miss Laura, 3.

Alexander, Mrs., 10, 100. Bruce, Mrs., 5.

Farnsworth, W: A., 3, 199, 286.

Alexander, W. P., 92.

Burnell, T. S., 6, 23.

Farnsworth, Mrs., 3.

Alexy, Gustave, 10, 18.

Burnell, Mrs., 6.

Fritcher, Miss Eliza, 3.

Allen, O. P., 5, 159.

Bush, Miss Caroline E., 5.

Allen, Mrs., 5.

Giles, Mrs. Elizabeth, 3.

Andrews, Miss Mary E., 8. Capron, William B., 6, 73, 177. Goodrich, Chauncey, 8, 254.

Andrus, Alpheus N., 5, 373. Capron, Mrs., 6.

Goodrich, Mrs., 8.

Andrus, Mrs., 5.

Chandler, J. E., 6, 25, 316. Gouldy, Miss Mary E., 413.

Asley, Miss Harriet S., 5. Chandler, Mrs., 6.

Gordon, M. L., 8, 29, 191, 256.

Atkinson, William H., 5. Chandler, John S., 373.

Gordon, Mrs., 8.

Atkinson, Mrs., 5.

Chandler, Mrs., 373.

Green, S. F., 7.

Atkinson, John L., 330, 413. Chapin, Lyman Dwight, 8, 312. Green, Mrs., 7.

Atkinson, Mrs., 330, 413. Chapin, Mrs., 8.

Greene, Daniel Crosby, 8, 28,

Chapin, Miss Jane E., 8.

52, 125, 191, 192.

Baird, J. W., 2, 37, 100, 413. Chester, Edward, 6, 373. Greene, Mrs., 8.

Baker, Miss Isabella C., 5. Chester, Mrs., 6, 373.

Greene, Joseph K., 3, 68.

Baldwin, C. C., 7, 413.

Claghorn, Miss E. A., 7. 100. Greene, Mrs., 3.

Baldwin, Mrs., 7, 413.

Clarke, James F., 3.

Griswold, Miss Ardelle Maria, 3.

Baldwin, Theodore A., 3, 158. Clarke, Mrs., 3.

Gulick, Luther H., 10, 18, 154,

Baldwin, Mrs., 3.

Clarke, Miss Ursula C., 3.

219.

Barnum, Henry S., 5, 162. Clark, Albert W., 10, 219, 403. Gulick, Mrs., 10.

Barnum, Mrs., 5.

Clark, Mrs., 10.

Gulick, Oramel H., 8, 126, 192,

Barnum, Herman N., 5, 133, Closson, Miss Sarah A., 3. 225, 292, 373, 389.

150, 210, 301, 366.

Coan, Titus, 13.

Gulick, Mrs., 8.

Barnum, Mrs., 5, 133, 301. Coffing, Mrs. J. L., 4, 169, 248. Gulick, John T., 8, 173.

Barrows, John Otis, 3, 223, 268, Cole, Royal M., 5, 20.

Gulick, Mrs., 8, 173.

305, 394.

Cole, Mrs., 5.

Gulick, William H., 10, 19, 58,

Barrows, Mrs., 3.

Cull, Miss Phebe L., 3.

95, 154, 205, 218, 399.

Bartlett, Lyman, 3, 155.

Gulick, Mrs., 10.

Bartlett, Mrs., 3.

Davis, Jerome D., 8, 113, 192, Gulick, Thomas L., 237, 301.

Beach, Miss Minnie C., 3.

256, 292.

Gulick, Mrs., 237, 301.

Berry, J. C., 8, 52, 193, 227, Davis, Mrs., 8.
390.
Day, Miss Laura A., 2.

Hance, Miss Gertrude R., 2.

Berry, Mrs., 8.

De Riemer, William E., 7, 92. Harding, Charles, 5, 23, 111,

Beveridge, John, 215, 295, 361. De Riemer, Mrs., 7.

198, 225.
Bingham, Hiram, 9, 233. Dexter, Granville M., 413. Harding, Mrs., 5.
Bingham, Mrs., 9.
Dexter, Mrs., 413.

Hartwell, Charles, 7.

Bissell, Lemuel, 5, 23, 53, 137, Diament, Miss Naomi, 8. Hartwell, Mrs., 7.

162.

Doane, E. T., 9, 47, 227, 256. Haskell, Henry C., 3, 221.

Bissell, Mrs., 5.

Doane, Mrs., 9, 330, 413. Haskell, Mrs., 3.

Bissell, E. C., 330.

Dudley, Miss Julia E., 133, 269. Hastings, E. P., 7, 90, 252.

Bissell, Mrs., 330.

Dwight, H. O., 3.

Hastings, Mrs., 7.

Bliss, E. E., 3, 377.

Dwight, Mrs., 3, 38, 42.

Hazen, Allen, 5.

Bliss, Mrs., 3.

Dwight, Miss Cornelia P., 3. Hazen, Mrs., 5.
Bliss, Miss Flavia L., 3.

Herrick, George F., 3, 84, 187.

Herrick, Mrs., 3.

Palmer, Henry K., 6, 25, 37. Smith, Thomas S., 7, 90, 314.
Herrick, James, 6, 24, 288, 315. Palmer, Mrs., 6.

Smith, Mrs., 7.
Herrick, Mrs., 6.

Park, Charles W., 5, 163, 267. Smith, Miss Rosella A., 6.
Hillis, Miss Hester A., 7, 90. Park, Mrs., 5.

Smith, Arthur H., 8, 255.
Hitchcock, Milan H., 3. Parmelee, Moses P., 5, 54, 160. Smith, Mrs., 8.
Hitchcock, Mrs., 3.
Parmelee, Mrs., 5.

Snow, B. G., 9, 31.
Hobbs, S. L., 10, 82, 172, 309, Parmelee, Miss Olive L., 5. • Snow, Mrs., 9.
398.
Parsons, J. W., 3.

Spaulding, Levi, 7, 307.
Holcombe, Chester, 8.
Parsons, Mrs., 3.

Spaulding, Mrs., 7.
Holcombe, Mrs., 8.

Parsons, Miss Lella C., 133. Spaulding, Wm. A., 3, 222.
Hollister, Miss Mary G., 4. Patrick, Miss Mary M., 5, 21. Spaulding, Mrs., 3.
House, J. Henry, 3, 37, 100, Payson, Miss Adelia M., 1, 166. Stanley, Charles A., 8.
120, 247.
Peet, Lyman B., 7.

Stanley, Mrs., 8.
House, Mrs., 3, 37, 100. Peet, Mrs., 7.

Stephens, J. L., 10, 59, 259,
Howland, W. w., 7, 26, 290, Penfield, Mrs., 6.

294, 361.
298, 393.

Perry, Henry T., 4, 224. Stone, S. B., 2, 237, 373.
Howland, Mrs., 7.
Perry, Mrs., 4.

Stone, Mrs., 2, 237, 373.
Howland, S. W., 205.
Pettibone, Íra F., 3.

Sturges, A. A., 9, 30, 51, 229.
Howland, Mrs., 205.

Pierce, John E., 5, 21, 249. Sturges, Mrs., 9.
Howland, William S., 373. Pierce, Mrs., 5.
Howland, Mrs., 373.
Pierson, Isaac, 8, 391.

Talcott, Miss Eliza, 133, 269.
Howland, Miss Susan R., 373. Pinkerton, Myron W., 2, 83, Taylor, Mrs. Martha S., 6.
Hubbard, A. W., 330.

283, 396.

Taylor, Miss Martha S., 6.
Hubbard, Mrs., 330.
Pinkerton, Mrs., 2.

Thayer, C. C., 4.
Hunt, P. R., 8.
Pixley, Stephen C., 2.

Thayer, Mrs., 4.
Hunt, Mrs., 8.
Pixley, Mrs., 2.

Thompson, Thomas W., 8.
Hunt, Myron Winslow, 413. Pollock, Miss Sarah, 6. Thompson, Miss Mary A., 8.
Hunt, Mrs., 413.
Pond, Theodore S., 5.

Tomson, Mrs. Cora W., 413.
Pond, Mrs., 5.

Townshend, Miss Harriet E., 7.
Ireland, W., 2, 19.

Porter, Henry D., 8, 392. Tracy, William, 6, 195, 289.
Ireland, Mrs., 2.

Porter, Miss Mary H., 8, 311. Tracy, Mrs., 6.
Powers, P. O., 4, 11.

Tracy, Charles C., 3, 320.
-Jenney, E. W., 330.

Powers, Miss Harriet G., 4. Tracy, Mrs., 3.
· Jenney, Mrs., 330.
Pratt, A. T., 3, 69, 75.

Treat, Alfred O., 8, 52.
Pratt, Mrs., 3.

Trowbridge, T. C., 4.
Knapp, George C., 5, 209, 224. Proctor, Miss Myra A., 4. Trowbridge, Mrs., 4.
Knapp, Mrs., 5.

Tyler, Josiah, 2, 205.
Kilbon, C. W., 205, 373, 398. Rappleye, Miss Julia A., 3. Tyler, Mrs., 2, 205, 373.
Kilbon, Mrs., 205, 373.

Raynolds, George C., 5, 87.
Raynolds, Mrs., 5.

Van Duzee, Miss Cyrene 0., 5,
Leavitt, Horace H., 413. Rendall, John, 6, 26, 164, 250.

85, 169.
Leonard, Julius Y., 3, 64, 320, Rendall, Miss Mary E., 6.
364.

Richardson, Sandford, 3. Wadsworth, Miss Mary L., 3.
Leonard, Mrs., 3.
Richardson, Mrs., 3.

Walker, J. E., 7, 33, 37.
Lindley, Daniel, 2.
Riggs, Elias, 3, 236.

Washburn, George T., 6.
Lindley, Mrs., 2.
Riggs, Mrs., 3.

Washburn, Mrs.,

6.
Lindley, Miss Martha J., 2. Riggs, Stephen R., 9, 257. Washburn, Miss Fanny E., 3.
Locke, Edwin, 3, 55, 154, 248. Riggs, Edward, 3, 105, 395. Watkins, David, 10, 59, 117,
Locke, Mrs., 3.
Riggs, Mrs., 3.

216, 259, 294, 361.
Riggs, Alfred L., 9, 202. Watkins, Mrs., 10.
Maltbie, Miss Esther T., 3, 364. Riggs, Mrs., 9.

Wells, Spencer R., 5.
Marden, Henry, 4, 318. Riggs, Thomas L., 9, 258. Wells, Mrs., 5.
Marden, Mrs., 4.
Robbins, Elijah, 2.

West, Henry S., 3, 69.
Marsh, George D., 3, 100. Robbins, Mrs., 2.

West, Mrs., 3.
Mellen, William, 2.
Rood, David, 2.

Wheeler, Crosby H., 5, 112.
Mellen, Mrs., 2.
Rood, Mrs., 2.

Wheeler, Mrs., 5.
Montgomery, Giles F., 4.

Whitney, Joel F., 9, 34, 370.
Montgomery, Mrs., 4.
Sanders, Mrs. C. Z., 7.

Whitney, Mrs., 9.
Morris, Willys K., 9.

Schauffer, Henry A., 10, 57, Wilder, H. A., 2, 283.
Morris, Mrs., 9.

118, 361.

Wilder, Mrs., 2.
Mumford, Mrs. Anna V., 3. Schauffler, Mrs., 10.

Williams, Mrs. Kate P., 5.
Schneider, B., 3, 11, 76. Williams, Mark, 8, 64.
Norris, Miss Sarah F., 373. Schneider, Mrs., 3.

Williams, Mrs., 8.
Noyes, J. T., 6, 97, 205, 241. Scott, Joseph E., 5, 121, 370. Williams, Miss Mary S., 4.
Noyes, Mrs., 6.
Scott, Mrs., 5.

Winsor, Richard, 5, 123, 198.
Noyes, Miss Charlotte L., 4. Seymour, Miss Hattie, 5. Winsor, Mrs., 5, 54, 123.
Nutting, David H., 4.

Shearman, Miss Julia A., 3. Wood, G. W., 3, 75, 285, 319.
Nutting, Mrs., 4.

Sisson, Miss Elizabeth, 6. Wood, Mrs., 3.
Sheffield, D. Z., 8, 194.

Wood, Miss Sarah L., 4.
Osgood, D. W., 7, 98, 235, 253. Sheffield, Mrs., 8.

Wood, William, 5.
Osgood, Mrs., 7.

Smith, John F., 3, 173, 201, 223. Wood, Mrs., 5.
Smith, Mrs., 3.

Woodin, Simeon F., 7, 194, 311.
Page, Henry P., 3.
Smith, J. C., 7, 237.

Woodin, Mrs., 7.
Page, Mrs., 3.

Smith, Mrs., 7, 237, 245.

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