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The Sabbath School Association

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The Washtenaw County Sabbath School Association will meet in annual session, in the Conjregational Chnrch, at Dexter, on the last Mondar evening of this month - the 27th- at 7 o'clock, and be oponed by an address frora thsRev. Mr. Hewitt, Pastor of the Baptist Church, Ypsilanti. This is the moeting at which officers will be choaen fot the enraing year, and the question of Bo-enlarging the range of eftort as to extend this great agency of christian labor to destitute parts of the county, trill receive special attention. This together with the consideration of other qxiestions, vital to the interests of Sabbath Schools, will occupy the association thiough Tuesday. All Sabbath School Superintendente, Pastors of Chnrches and other laborers in this cause throughout tho county are invited to be present L. D. CHAPÍN, Chn. of Ex. Com. Ann Arbor, Dec. 16 1863. J@ The Donation Visit announced in our last issue to be made to Rev. B. CockMonTu'isday afternoon and evening next, will be made him on Wednesday afternoon and evening instead of Tuesday, at his resi'dence. Dr. R. J. Lyon will be at the Sonitor on Sunday, the 20th - his regular moáthly risit. See his advertisement. C3C" Gwinneus' Band give a ball at Hangsterfers' Hall. on Christmas evening, and promije a good time. ELThe .Fifth Annual Festival of the New England Society of this city, will be held in Hangslerfer's Hall, on Tuesday evening next - December 22d. Jne business meeting of the Society ill be held at 7 o'clock, and the annivenary dinner takes place at 8 o'ciock, precisely. After the dinner, toasts and speeches will be served in altérnate laym. The"Old Folks' Choir" are to ! present in costume, and furnish, we Presume, eome old New England music, "tb the gennine nasal twang. All ewEnglanders, their descendants and 'riends- inoluding their better halves, e'c'i of whatever nationality - are inv'íed to particípate. E3LWe have received the January "amber of Godns Lady Book, and ïf "sa fair forerunner for the year, the "oliimes for 1864 will be complete galleTías of art, fashion and literature. The "Tableau Picture," and the title page -containing sevoa distinct scènes - are "Olh magnificent engravings; es tere are sorne choice and seasonable wood cuts, two extensión colore1 fashion plates, and numerous other "graviogs for the ladie?. The con'Is are from the best authors. Now 'n"e time to make jour wife, daughter, "8ter r sweetheart, a model New Jears' present. 3 a year; twocopios, '5; five copieR, $10, and an extra one ' 'be getter up oí the club. Address Godev, 323 Chestnut street, nüadelphia. Te AaooB and Goiey for $3,50, if P3I1 helóte Jaury 1?., aftor tbat


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