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JANUARY, 1870.

TUCI.

The greatly increased expense of the publication of our State Journal has subjected the Association to some pecuniary responsibility,-- a responsibility no greater, however, than can be easily met, if the Teachers are willing to render what aid they can in procuring subscriptions to the work. The Finance Committee feel that they may with propriety appeal to every Teacher in this Commonwealth to become a subscriber.

We very earnestly ask you to do all you can to advance the prosperity of our Journal, and thereby increase the usefulness, respectability, and emoluments of the profession to which you belong.

Please send your own subscription, with as many others as you can procure. We are thankful that several Teachers have already sent in large lists of new subscribers. A corresponding support on the part of others will enable the Massachusetts Teacher to commence its twenty-third volume under more auspicious circumstances than those attending previous years.

Our friends will remember that we have no capital to draw upon, and that the prompt payment of subscriptions will enable your committee to publish monthly, without incurring further debt, therefore we desire that every subscription be paid in advance We again appeal to delinquent subscribers to forward their dues without delay ; and again we urge upon all interested in popular education to give the Teacher a helping hand. With slight effort, every present subscriber can secure one new subscriber, and we ask all to try.

As subscriptions are not discontinued until notice is received at this office, all present subscribers who do not intend taking the Teacher another year, will please send word to this office.

FINANCE COMMITTEE.

OFFICE OF Mass. TEACHER, Jan. 1870.

TERMS, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.

Single Subscriptions, $1.50 a year; Five copies, $6.25; Ten copies, $12.00 ; and each additional copy, $1.20.

Address all subscriptions to GEORGE K. DANIELL, JR., Office of Massachusetts Teacher, Boston.

(Write plain.)

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A. G. BOYDEN, BRIDGEWATER. W. E. EATON, CHARLESTOWN. Miss M. KYLE, NEWrox.
E. W. B. CANNING, STOCK-CHAS. HAMMOND, Monson. I R. C. METCALF, Bostox.
BRIDGE.

H. F. HARRINGTON, NEW BED G. B. PUTNAM, BOSrox.
Miss C. J. COLE, SALEM.

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C. 0. THOMPSON, WORCESTER. WM. C. COLLAR, Boston, ANNIE E. JOHNSON, FRAMING M. C. STEBBINS, SPRINGFIELD. J. W. DICKINSON, WESTFIELD. HAN.

N. E. WILLIS, BOSTON.

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BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY THE MASS. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.

SELWYN'S BUILDING, 366 WASHINGTON ST., ROOM 18.
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Address editorial communications to EDITOR of MASS. TEACHER, Boston ;

letters relating to advertising to JOHN P. PAYSON, Chelsea ; those relating to subscriptions to GEORGE K. DANIELL, Jr., Office of Mass. Teacher, Boston; publishing, to D. W. JONES, Roxbury.

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