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Where ten or more are sent, a copy will be sent free to the person getting up the club. The money must,
in all cases, accompany the list of names.
Payment may be sent by Post-Office Money Orders, Registered Letters, and Drafts upon New York or
Boston, at our risk. Any one of these modes is perfectly safe, and Post Masters of all Post Offices where
money orders are not sold, will register letters for a small fee. Money mailed in unregistered letters will be at
the risk of the sender.
All Magazines will be forwarded until an explicit order of a discontinuance is received; and whether
taken by the subscriber or not from the place where they are deposited, he will be accountable for the pay until
he orders a discontinuance and pays what is due.
BENTON SMITH, Agent,
Universalist Publishing House, 37 CORNHILL, BOSTON, MASS.