Mission Housekeeping

Dr. Edward C. Moore, who, as amiable, learned preacher to Harvard University, has helped make the voluntary religious services in Appleton Chapel there popular among the students, is also president of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (oldest foreign mission society in the U. S.; formed 1810). As such, he reported with especial pleasure last week that his Board had been good housekeepers during their fiscal year, which ended Aug. 31. Contrary to expectations they had lived within their means, had spent $2,152,272 of the $2,152,765 donated their work by legacies,...

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