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  • The American missionary. / Volume 40, Issue 6, miscellaneous front pages, 150A-150B.
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  • Receipts, 151.
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  • Extracts from Letters, 151-153.
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  • Systematic Giving, 153-154.
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  • A Secret Let Out, 154.
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  • Paragraphs, 154-155.
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  • The History of the Anti-Slavery Cause in the State and Nation, 155.
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  • What I Saw in the South, 155-157.
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  • Percentage of Female Labor, 157-158.
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  • Socialism in the United States, 158-159.
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  • Paragraphs, 159-160.
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  • How to Save the Chinese, 160-162.
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  • The Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 162-164.
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  • A Colored Man's View of the Race Problem, 164-165.
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  • Race Possibilities, 165-166.
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  • Revivals at Alabany, Ga., 166.
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  • Revivals at Macon, Ga., 166.
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  • Revivals at Mobile, Ala., 166-167.
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  • Revivals at Knoxville, Tenn., 167.
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  • Fruit After Many Years Waiting, 167-169.
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  • Jail and Hopital Work, 169-170.
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  • Shadows, 170-172.
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  • Report of the Annual Meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of Alabama, 172-173.
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  • For the Children. Do Indians Ever Laugh?, 173-174.
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  • Receipts for April, 1886, 174-180.
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