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Image from page 58 of "Life and light for woman" (1873)

Identifier: lifelightforwoma29woma

Title: Life and light for woman

Year: 1873 (1870s)

Authors: Woman's Board of Missions

Subjects: Congregational churches

Publisher: [Boston : Woman's Boards of Missions

Contributing Library: Wellesley College Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

  

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iniontanaNebraskaNorth DakotaOhio . South DakotaWisconsinWyomingFlorida .MicronesiaTurkey .West Africa .jMiscellaneous Receipts for the monthPreviously acknowled<;ecl (40,212.31less 194.50 specials) . . . Total for year ending Oct. 18, 1898 . 795 02 7,7(lT 86 375 51 3,877 02 563 98 1,559 75 601 80 660 34 28 25 644 73 35 75 2,890 19 393 18 2,139 86 71 50 10 (0 12 .50 101 20 25 00 100 52 22,593 96 40,017 81 additional donations for special objects. Received this moutli .... 114 05 Already acknowledged .... 339 76Acknowledged in main reports through the year .... 194 50 Total for special objects for yearending Oct. 18, 1898 .... 648 31 abmen/an relief fund. Received this month .... 40 30 Already forwarded .... 170 97 Total for Armenian Relief for yearending Oct. 18, 1898 . . . . 211 27 INDIA relief fund. Already forwarded .... 58 75 Grand Total for the year ending Oct.18, 1898 ^63,530 10 Mrs. Alfred B. Willcox, .\sst Treaa. %ifc anb XiQbt for HXHoman. Vol. XXIX FEBRUARY, 1S99. No. 2.

 

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ANATOLIA COLLEGE, MARSOVAN, TURKEY. 50 LIFE AND LIGHT. \^February^ TURKEY. MISSION WORK IN MARSOVAN. THE GENERAL WORK. BY MISS P. L. CULL. I HAVE had nearly forty days in Marsovan,—a time long enough for see-ing something of the working of things, and not so long as to do away withthe sense of newness and. wonder. This mission is a living organism, andevery member contributes to the general life. The noon-day prayer meet-ing reveals the secret of its life and growth. The members of the stationgather in from the college class room, from the boarding school, from tliehome for the younger college boys, from the hospital and the two orphan-ages, and from various workshops. The missionary at whose house theprayer meeting is held, in monthly turn, leads. The time allotted is fifteenminutes. The leader asks in some such words as these, Are there anyobjects for which we would especially pray to-day? And one or moiesubjects are at once mentioned, as though this was the place where help wassu

  

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Taken circa 1873