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THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY
CAMBRIDGE. MASS.

v.20-21

1869-
RECORD

1870

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THE BOARDS OF DOMESTIC MISSIONS, EDUCATION, FOREIGN MISSIONS,
PUBLICATION, CHURCH EXTENSION, THE FUND FOR. DISABLED MINISTERS,

AND THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S COMMITTEE ON FREEDMEN.

VOL. XX.-1869.

PHILADELPHIA:
PRESBYTERIAN BOARD OF PUBLICATION.

PETER WALKER, AGENT, 821 CHESTNUT STREET.

TERMS.

The RECORD is issued monthly, at fifty cents a year for a single copy. Packages to one address, four copies for one dollar. Payment in advance.

Packages are delivered free of charge in New York, Baltimore, Troy, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and Pittsburgh. Orders and money in payment should be addressed to

PETER WALKER, 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. The following action was taken at the General Assembly held in Cincinnati, in 1850, in regard to The Record, then called, The Home and Foreign Record

Resolved, As the action of the last General Assembly has resulted in the establishment of The Home and Foreign Record, that paper is hereby recommended, and the ministers and churches are urged to exert themselves to place it in every family, as the organ, indirectly, of the Church, on many important subjects.

The Assembly held in Philadelphia, 1853,

Resolved, That it be recommended to all our pastors to endeavour to increase the circulation of The Home and Foreign Record, the organ of the Boards of the Church, in order that our churches may be better acquainted" with their respective plans and operations, and be induced to contribute more liberally towards their support.

The Assembly held at Nashville, Tennessee, in 1855,

Resolved, That our ministers and elders be earnestly exhorted to secure a wider circulation to The Home and Foreign Record, now published at so reduced a price as to make it accessible to the poorest member of our Church.

The Assembly held at New York, in 1856,

Resolved, That while the Assembly finds so much cause for gratitude and encouragement in the prosperity and usefulness of this Board, and so much to commend in the energy and economy with which its affairs have been conducted, it cannot forbear to give utterance to the painful feelings which are caused by the fact that there are still very many churches which

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