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COMMITTEE.
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DEPUTATION SECRETARY.
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HONORARY MEDICAL REFEREES.

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NORTH INDIA MISSIONS.

NUWUVUIVO Wiuw ure vou VV IVwr vvo VIUU wuuuuuy. Stations marked thus * were taken over from the old Society. Stations subsequently opened have dates attached. Stations. Zenana Missionaries. Assistant Missionaries.

Remarks. ALCUTTA-Normal School, Miss Condon, 1877 (at home). (a) Mrs. Byrne, 1882. (a) Head Teacher. Miss Hunt.

(6) Miss Adams, 1883. (6) Assistant Teacher

Miss David, 1880.
Bengali work, Miss Highton, 1875.

Miss Thomas, 1868.
Miss E. Highton, 1880. Miss Humphreys, 1869.

Miss Sarkies, 1877.

Miss Speroos, 1882.
Mohammedan work, Miss S. Mulvany, 1876. Miss Roseboom.
1881.
Miss Van Heythuysen, '83. Miss Bennett, 1882.

Miss Cummings.

Bibi Maryam. *AGURPARRAH,

Hon. Winifriede Sugden, '82. Miss Thomson, 1892.
*BARRACK PORE,
Miss Good, 1871.

Miss Limond, 1872.
Converts' Home, Miss Pantin, 1881.

Miss Sleigh, 1874.
1881.

Mrs. Chalke, 1875.

Miss Scott. BURDWAN, 1882,

Miss E. Mulvany, 1876.

Miss Gore, 1881. *KRISHNAGHUR,

Miss Collisson, 1877.

Miss Dawe, 1882.
BHAGULPUR, 1882,

Miss Haitz, 1877.
Miss Pinniger, 1882.

Draws no salary.
Miss Butler, Medical, 1880.
*JABALPUR, .
Miss Branch, 1875.

Miss Lawson.
Mohammedan work Miss Daeublé, 1881.
Hindi work,

Miss L. Daeublé, 1881. *MIRAT,

Miss S. Hoernle, 1879.
Miss Stroelin, 1881.

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PUNJAB AND SCINDE MISSIONS.

260 villages visited last

*AMRITSAR,

Alexandra School, Miss Swainson, 1882.
Lady H. Lawrence Schs., Miss Gray, 1883.
City & District Schools, Miss Dewar, 1881.
Zenana Work,

Miss Goreh, 1880.
Christian Orphanage, Miss Wauton, 1872.
Converts' Home,

Miss Smith, 1878.

Miss Hewlett, 1879.
Hospital, 18 beds,

Miss Sharpe, 1882. *BATALA,

Miss Tucker (hon.), 1875.
Miss M. Hernle, 1883.

Miss Krapf, 1883.
JHANDIALA, 1881,

Miss Clay (hon.), 1876.
Village Missions,

Miss Catchpool (hon.), 1881.
Miss Parslee, 1882.

Miss Bloomer, 1882.
JALANDAR, '82, Hindu work, Miss Thom, 1879.

Mohammedan work, Miss Janet Thom, 1879. *PESHAWUR,

Miss Norman, 1882.

Miss Mitcheson, 1883.
KANGRA, 1882,

Miss Reuther, 1882.
KLARKABAD, 1882,
DHARMSALA, 1883,
BANNU, 1882,
KARACHI, 1860, :

Mrs. Ball (hon.)
*MADRAS ---Hindu work, (c) Miss Oxley, 1876.

Mohammedan work, Miss L. Oxley, 1876.

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SOUTH INDIA MISSIONS.

Black Town work, Mrs. Satthianadhan (hon.). *MASULIPATAM, Hindu work, Miss Brandon (1875). Mohammedan work, (d) Miss J. Brandon, 1875.

Miss Digby, 1884. ELLORE, 1881,

Mrs. Ellington, 1883.

Miss Seymour.
BezwADA, 1881, .
AMALAPUR, 1881,
*TINNEVELLY,

(e) Miss Macdonald, 1877.

Miss Franklin.

(c) At home on leave.
Miss Tuke.
Miss Scott.
Miss A. Satthianadhan.
Miss E. Turnbull, 1881.
Miss Gordon, 1883.

(d) At home on med cert.
Miss Mary Tod, 1881.
Miss Dora Tod, 1881.

Grant to Schools.
Do.

do.
(e) At home on leave.

[Instit., Miss Ling, 1881. PALAMCOTTAH, Sarah Tucker Miss Askwith, 1881. North TINNEVELLY, Sach- Mrs. Kearns, 1881. eapuram, 1881.

Miss Rose, 1882. *TREVANDRUM,

(1) Miss Blandford, 1861.

Miss Gahan, 1881.
Miss A. Gahan, 1881.
Mrs. Westcott.

TRICHUR, 1881,
COTTAYAM, 1882,
OOTACAMUND, 1883,

Miss Coleman, 1881.
Miss L. Coleman, 1881.
Mrs. S. Satthianadhan (hon.)

( At home on leave.
(Mrs. Smith in tempor-

ary charge.) Dispensary in addition to

Zenana & School work. Bible-woman & Schools.

CHINA.

FOOchow, 1884,

Miss E. Gough.

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