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FOR

WOMAN.

PUBLISHED BY THE

WOMAN'S BOARDS OF MISSIONS.

1886, Vol. XVI.

BOSTON:
FRANK WOOD, PRINTER.

Woman's Board of Qissions.

President.
MRS. ALBERT BOWKER.

Vice-Presidents,
MRS. RUFUS ANDERSON. MRS. JOHN O. MEANS.

MRS. CHARLES STODDARD.
N. G. CLARK.
16 E. E. STRONG

OYLES MERRILL.
E. K. ALDEN.
WM. KINCAID.

E.H. LAY.
JUDSON SMITH.

" LEMUEL GULLIVER.

Honorary Vice-Presidents.
MISS A. P. HALSEY.

MRS. CHAS. A. JEWELL. MRS. JOSHUA COIT.
MRS. BURDETT HART.
MISS E. S. GILMAN

E.J. WIDDINGS.
A. W. WILD.
MRS. J. E. BRADLEY.

* E. N. HORTON.
JEREMIAH TAYLOR.

ORLANDO MASON.

41 A. H. JOHNSON. WM. H. FENN.

LEWIS MERRIAM.

16 LF. WARNER.
HELEX C KNIGHT.
" W. H. STODDARD.

MISS SUSANN BROWN.
CLARAS. PALMER.

" FREDERIC HOLMES. MRS. HARRISON TWEED.

MRS. R. B. BAKER.

Corresponding Secretaries.
MRS. J. A. HASKELL, Boston.

MRS. J. FREDERIC HILL, Cambridge.
Recording Secretary.

Treasurer.
MRS. S. BRAINARD PRATT, Boston.

MISS EMMA CARRUTH, Boston.
Home Secretary.

Assistant Treasurer.
MISS ABBIE B. CHILD, Boston.

MISS HARRIET W. MAY, Boston, Sec. Bureau of Exchango.

Auditor. MISS E, HARRIET STANWOOD, Boston.

J. A. FELT, Esq., Boston,

Directors. MRS. J. A. COPP.

MRS. JOHN CUMMINGS,

MRS HENRY D. NOYES. * HENRY F. DURANT. ** A. C. THOMPSON.

FRANK WOOD, MISS ELLEN CARRUTH.

" S. H. HAYES.

P. A. CHADBOURNE. MRS. WILLIAM S. HOUGHTON

" JOS. STEDMAN.

" DANIEL LOTHROP MISS CARRIE BORDEN.

GEO. W. COBURN.

* S. E HERRICK. " HETTY S. B. WALLEY MISS M. C. BURGESS.

" R. R. MEREDITH, MRS. JOHN F. COLBY.

« L, M. ORDWAY.

Woman's Board of Dissions of the Interior.

MRS. JOSEPH HAVEN.

S. J. HUMPHREY.
FRANCIS BRADLEY.
HEMAN ELY.
ZACHARY EDDY.
A. L. CHLAPIN.
L. KASSICK.
LYMAN BAIRD.
8. B. KELLOGG,
E. P. GOODWIN.
G. F. MAGOUN.

President.
MRS. MOSES SMITH, Detroit, Mich,

Vice-Presidents.
MRS. F. A. NOBLE.

MRS. S. W. EATON.
“ NA. HYDE.

H. M. SCUDDER.
C. G. HAMMOND.

J. B. ANGELL.
** S. C. BARTLETT.

RALPH EMERSON.
H. E. BAKER.

M. J. P. HATCH.
MISS M. J. EVANS.

E, M. ELDER.
6 SARAH POLLOCK.

A. T. HALE.
MRS. J. W. PICKETT.

8. C. DEAN
* E. S. CHESBROUGH,

8. O. TUNNELL.
MARY L. HULL.

J. G. MERRILL.
J. F. DIDLEY.

S. S. H, CLARK.
G. H. IDE.

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Secretaries. MRS. E. W. BLATCHFORD, 375 La Salle Av., Chicago, MRS. J. F. TEMPLE, 352 Michigan Av., Chicago. MES.G.B.WILLCOX,512 Wash'ton Boulevard, Chicago. MISS M. D. WINGATE,53 Dearborn St., Chicago.

Recording Secretary.
MISS M. D. WINGATE, 53 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.
Treasurer. .

Auditor.
MRS. J. B. LEAKE, 218 Cass St., Chicago, Ill.

REV. G. S. F. SAVAGE, Chicago, m.

Board of Managers.
MRS. C. H. CASE.
MRS. S. R. HAVEN.

MRS. J. H. CLARK.
A. E. NUTT.
. B. F. LEAVITT.

J. C. FRENCH.
L, H, BOUTELL.
S.S. ROGERS.

0. S. BARTLETT.
ROB E IRT IՆՆ,
MISS H. M. BLISS.

G. M. CLARK
HM. HOBART.
MRS. J. E. MILLER.

CHAS. LATTIMER. * J. H. PHILLIPS.

S. I. (URTISS.

L. D. NORTON.
WM. H. RICE.
46 O. M.GILBERT.

GEO.N. BOARDMAN.
G. W. COLMAN.
* J. H. HOLLISTER.

E. G. CLARK,
J. N. STEELE.

" WM. A. TALOOTT.

State Secretaries.
MRS. M. L. MEAD, Highland Lake, Colorado. 1 MRS. GEO. R. GOLD, Flint, Mich.
MISS 8. E. JUDD, Fargo, North Dakota.

MRX, HENRY PLANT, Minneapolis, Minn. MRS. JOSEPH WARD, Yankton, Dakota.

MRS. C. 0. SCALES, St. Louis, Mo. MRS. W. A. MONTGOMERY, Chicago, III.

MRS. E. H. BAKER, Nebraska MISY E.. B. WARREN, Terre Haute. Ind.

MISS E. E. METALF, Hudson, Ohio. MRS. L. F. PARKER, Jowa City, lowa.

MISY A. B. SEWELL, Stoughton, Wis. MRS. F. P. HOGBIN, Sabetha, Kansas,

Ofico, Rooms 30 and 31, No. 53 Dearborn Street, Chicago.

The Woman's Board of Qissions of the Pacific.

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AFRICA, Fifty Years in the Zulu Mis. MICRONESIA, Extracts from Mrs.

sion, 285; Letter from Mrs. M. B. Logan's Journal, 2, 48. 292.

Richards, 281; Letter from Mrs. Ida

OUR WORK AT HOME, A Note to

C. Wilcox, 169,

Our Subscribers, 180, 382; Annual

BULGARIA, War Notes, 44.

Meeting, 96, 135; Annual Meeting

CEYLON, Extracts from a Letter from

of New Hampshire Branch, 19;

Miss Leitch, 407; Report of Work in

April Meeting, 221; Children's Meet-

the Ceylon Mission, 241.

iny, 221; Demands of the Hour,

CHINA, The Foochow Boarding. The, 15; Departures, 182; How Can

School, 204; Medical Work Among we keep the New On? 418; Leaflets,
Women in China, 365, 404.

20; May Meeting, 298; Mission Day.
GLEANINGS FROM RECENT LETTERS,

spring, The, 421; Mr. Charles
206, 411.

Hutchins, 341; Our L. A. H. Society,
ILLUSTRATIONS, Chinese Diploma,

300; Prayer for Mission Fields, 299;
205; Chinese Lady and her Maid,

Pundita Ramabai, 258; Photographs
375 Chinese Ladies going out to pay

Taken from Lile, 461; Receipts, 21,
Visits, 372; Chinese Garden, A, 374;

62, 101, 142, 182, 222, 261, 301, 342,
Chinese Temple, A, 12; Devil Priest-

383, 422; Suggestions for Workers,
ess, A, 256; Easter, 161, 162, Group

377; Such Gifts and Givers as God

of Natives Near Madura, 254 ;

Loves, 339; Temperance, 220; The

Ileathen Chinese School, A, 14; Jin.

Demands of the Age on Christian
rikisha Traveling, 93; Some Hindu

Women, 212; The Meeting of the
Fakirs, 2.55; Temple on the River

American Board at Des Moines,
Min, near Foochow, 10; The Lord

458; Unforeseen Occasions in our
Cometh, 1; Wayside Shrine, A, 95.

Foreign Work, 176; Woman's For.

eign Missionary Work, 57; Work of
INDIA, New Year's Day in Madura,

the Woman's Boards, 139; Work for

103 ; schools in the Maratha Mission,

the Children, 24.

367, Visit to the Seven Queens, 41;

Woman's Work in the Maratha Mis-

POETRY, Stand in Thy Lot, 381; The

sion, 209; Zenana Work, 334.

Lord Cometh, 1; Woman's Commis-

sion, 16).

JAPAX, Letter from Miss Colby, 166;

Letter from Miss Daughaday, 245;

SURVEY OF FOREIGN WORK, 321.

Letter from Miss Colby, 447.

Scraps for Our Work-basket, 7, 89,

MEXICO, Letter from Mrs.

250.

Eaton, 81.

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