The American Missionary — Volume 42, No. 04, April, 1888 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 48 pages of information about The American Missionary Volume 42, No. 04, April, 1888.

Marion.  Tuition, 130.50; “Southern Friend” (C.W.L.). for Marion,
Ala., 5; Cong.  Ch., 3 138.50

Mobile.  Tuition 288.90

Selma.  “Two Southern Friends,” for Marion, Ala. 30.00

Selma.  W.M.  Ass’n, Cong.  Ch., for Indian M. 5.00

Talladega.  Tuition 176.10

   FLORIDA, $80.00.

Orlando.  M. Marty 10.00

Saint Augustine.  Pub.  Sch.  Fund 70.00

   LOUISIANA, $419.75

New Orleans.  Tuition 389.75

New Orleans.  M.L.  Berger, D.D., to const himself L.M. 30.00

   MISSISSIPPI, $209.65.

Port Gibson.  Mrs. M.S.  Bradford, for Freight 1.85

Tougaloo.  Tuition 206.30

Tougaloo.  Rent 2.00

   TEXAS, $127.84.

Austin.  Tuition, 123.84; “Friends.” 4; Mr. Blatchford, Ag’t, 1
Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary, 1 Webster’s Academic Dictionary, for
Tillotson C. & N. Inst. 127.84

   INCOMES, $29.05.

Avery Fund, for Mendi M. 29.05

   CANADA, $10.00.

Montreal.  Chas. Alexander 5.00

Toronto.  Mrs. Jane Ebbs 5.00

   TURKEY, $10.00.

Van.  Rev. Geo. C. Raynolds 10.00

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Donations 10,146.59

Legacies 4,242.20

Incomes 29.05

Tuition 4,250.05

Rents 8.50

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Total for February 18,676.39

Total from Oct. 1 to Feb’y 29 110,091.90

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   FOR THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY.

Subscriptions for February 104.41

Previously acknowledged 458.09

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Total 562.50

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H.W.  HUBBARD, Treasurer,

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