R0112-8 The Editor’s Eastern Trip

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THE EDITOR’S EASTERN TRIP

Invitations to stop and see the little companies at various points en route to and from Lynn, Mass., have been so numerous, that we have been obliged to forego the pleasure of complying with some five requests. In future, however, we hope to be able to see these also.

The entire arrangement of meetings, etc., in each place, will be left in charge of the person mentioned below. Any arrangements they may deem proper will be agreeable to me. They may arrange for one, two or three meetings a day, and, if they choose, select my subjects, or announce the general topic as being „Things Pertaining to the Kingdom of God.” The route, committee of arrangement and time of my arrival are as follows: CHAMBERSBURG, PA…………………..H. E. Hoke. Wednesday, noon, June 2nd. READING, PA………J. B. Kine, No. 102 N. 8th st. Saturday night, June 6th. NEWARK, N.J…Mrs. E. M. Deems, 500 Washin’t’n st. Tuesday night, June 9th. LYNN, MASS…………Amos Hunt, No. 13 Ingols st. Sunday, A.M. (early), June 13th. CLINTON, MASS………………..Mrs. M. T. Miner. Wednesday, June 16th. SPRINGFIELD, MASS….R. W. Stearns, 96 Gardner st. Friday, June 18th. FT. EDWARD, N.Y………………J. C. Sunderland. Tuesday, June 22nd. MONTROSE, PA……………………D. D. Lathrop. Friday, June 25th. BERWICK, PA…………………….A. B. MacCrea. Saturday night, June 26th. JERSEY SHORE, PA…………………..S. M. Bond. Wednesday, June 30th.

By the above, it will be seen that the stay at each place will average about two days. I shall expect almost continuous meetings while with you.

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— June, 1880 —

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