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(Continued from second page or corer.) Sunderland. From the S. S. in Rev. A. Cary's Society,
10 30 From children in Maternal Association,
80 From a Sabbath school scholar,
90 Wilkinsonville.- From C. W. Hill,
100 Wenham.-From Mrs. Olive Hadley's S. S. class in Rev. Mr. Mansfield's Society,
5 00 East Cambridge.From E. G.,
1 00 Reading - From the “ Circle of Industry,” per Miss Elizabeth N. Hartshorn, Secretary, ..
14 00 Woburn.- From the Infant Sabbath school in Ist Congregational Society, per Mrs. Gilbert Richardson,
Libraries have been appropriated, since December, as follows :
100 00 In addition to the above several boxes of second hand books have been sent.
The Society have just issued from the press, a new edition of the Memoir of Thomas CRANFIELD, of London, by his son, assisted by Rev. Dr. Harris. This edition contains all which the first edition embraced, of which the Author, in a letter to the American compiler, said, " it was the best edition published.”
It is now done up in handsome 18mo., cloth binding, and sold at the low price of 28 cents.
New Books recently published by the Society.
Gethsemane and Calvary; or, a Harmony of the last hours of the Saviour in the flesh. By Rev. Mortimer Blake, 18mo., pp. 246, price 36 cents.
Florence Patterson, 18mo., pp. 90, 18 cents.
New England Revivals, by Bennet Tyler, D. D., 18mo., pp. 378, 50 cents.
Emma's Visit, 18mo., pp. 36, 9 cents.
Is published monthly at No. 13 Cornhill, Boston. Terms, fifty cents per annum, in advance. When ordered from the Depository, to one address, every ninth copy gratis.
THE WELL-SPRING Is published weekly, at No. 13 Cornhill, Boston. Terms at the Depository.—Single copy, 35 cents; three copies to one address, $1; ten to one address, $3 ; twenty, or upwards, to one address, 25 cents a copy. From these terms there is no variation,-payable in all cases in advance.
Agents inust make their payments within six months, for both works, or they will be discontinued at the discretion of the Publisher. Payments to be made to C. C. Dean, Treasurer.
AGENTS FOR THE VISITER.
Concord, Rufus Merrill,
Manchester, Asa 0. Colby, Ashby, Jonas Patch,
Nashua, J. Buffum,
Brattleborough, A. E. Dwinell,
, Windsor, Bishop & Tracy.
Providence, I. Wilcox & Co.,
J. G. Rawson,
S. S. Depos. 124 Westminster St.
Hartford, Charles Hosmer, Newburyport, C. Whipple,
New Haven, Wm. Stebbins, J. G. Tilton, Norwich, Safford & Park. Northampton, Stoddard & Lathrop,
NEW YORK Pittsfield, Little & Werden,
Albany, E. H. Pease, Plymouth, W. S. Bartlett.
N, York city, M. W. Dodd,
Troy. Young & Hartt.
Philadelphia, Wm. H. Flin.
Lower Alton, J. A. Willard.
Cincinnati, George L. Weed.
St. Louis, T. H. Knox.
PARENTS, CHURCH MEMBERS, AND SABBATH
J. A. ALBRO AND ASA BULLARD.
TERMS-FIFTY CENTS ON RECEIVING THE FIRST NUMBER.
By payment of $10 and upwards, from May 13 to June 13. Amesbury.- Rev. John H. Mordough, by James Horton, Esq.,
. 10 00 Mrs. Adeline Mordough, by Mrs. Nancy Horton,
- 10 00 Boston.-Charles C. Barrey, by a friend,
. 10 00 Chickopee Falls.--Deacon Olney Eldridge, by the Sabbath school, - 10 00 Ipswich.-Nathaniel Lord, Jr., Esq., by a daughter,
- 10 00 Ludlow.-Mrs. Ann R. Tuck, by the Sabbath school in Rev. Mr. Tuck's Society,
· 1000 Manchester, N. H.-Henry Clough, by his Sabbath school class of young ladies,
. 10 00 Marlboro'.-Mrs. Meliscent W. Goodale, by her husband,
· 10 00 Rowley.-Rev. John Pike, by the Sabbath school in his Society,
10 00 Springfield.-Edward logersol, by the Sabbath school in 4th Congregational Society,
. 10 00 Wenham.-Samuel Porter, sup't. by the Sabbath school in Rev. Mr. Mans. field's Society,
DONATIONS TO THE SOCIETY, FOR ESTABLISHING AND SUSTAIN
ING SABBATH SCHOOLS.
From May 13 10 June 13. Amesbury.–From James Horton, Esq.,
500 Andover.-From old South Sabbath school, per Timothy Lyman, sup't., • 2000 Boston.-From Bowdoin Street Sabbath school, per A. Durant,
· 20 00 Collected by Elizabeth L. Murdoch,
4 22 From a friend for Illinois,
• 2 00 Clintonville. From the Sabbath school in Rev. J. M. R. Eaton's Society, 10 00
Also a box second-hand books,
6 28 Also a package of books from Mrs. Dean, Chelsea, Vt-From the monthly concert, per E. C. Worcester,
400 Chickopee Falls. - From the Sabbath school, per L. R. Lincoln, Sec. 11 00 Dedham.-From the Sabbath school in Rev. Dr. Burgess' Society, per James F. Fish,
16 00 East Hampton - From the Sabbath school in Rev. Wm. Bement's Soc., 5 50 Fitchburg.–From the Sabbath school in Rev. E. W. Bullard's Society, · 14 72 Hopkinton.-From Miss Sarah A. Adam's class of young ladies, in Sabbath school in Rev. Mr. Webster's Society,
12 00 Haverhill.- From a Juvenile Sabbath School Library Association, in Rev. Mr. Hosford's Society,
10 00 Also a box second-hand books, Hamilton.-From a friend,
200 Ipswich.–From Miss L's class of little boys, in Rev. Mr. Fitz's Society, 1 00
(See third page of cover.)
[The following article from the pen of Rev. John Todd, D. D., we find published in the London “ Sunday School Teachers' Magazine," for Apri). If read at the concert, it will interest all present, from the pastor to the smallest lamb of his flock.)
There are many interesting reflections attending the burial of a useful man. Thoughtless as men are on the subject of death, when they come to stand round the lifeless clay of a beloved friend or acquaintance, they then feel it to be a solemn event. And perhaps they then resolve that they will now prepare for that solemn moment; while too often the sods which cover the friend, bury also their resolutions. It is at any time interesting to follow a good man to his grave, but especially a good minister; I can well remember the impression such an occasion made upon my mind.
It was at the funeral of an aged country minister, who for half a century had been found faithful at his post, with his loins girded and his lamp ever trimmed. Since his