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108


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123


7^6019


2345




15466






15460


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177208




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169


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95


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7329


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yes


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6497'


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1070




7530


2100


3000


12630


82


5950




413






47138


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2


II






3


5


7


2


13000


25






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550


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200


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2


4




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599


12


476










495


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5


6




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988


241


710


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796


756


35'V55


10205


1023


94711


19195


9079


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269


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2473


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78


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198


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1580


347


977


512


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1 240 1


4083


2I3813


25580


11611


239645


2473


156245


159


16038




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674766


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6 Evangelical Lutheran


6


262


2


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2


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1335


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201






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3


1278


i


390


1


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i


220


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2955


4863


36835 4-3'70
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4


60


i


390


3


520


i


221


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3


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20700 205500


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22


633


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502


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198


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28650


42594 1038500


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2


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2


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7


84


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32300


385000


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46


1624


6


224


2


1449


5


I


181


2


20


5


53


7


141


538






4576






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24 Society of Friends


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36










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26I




146






6400


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25 Universalist Mission


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21


130




650


6735


38000


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40
































70


3


630


750


7000


28 Ja;an Evangelistic Band


























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79


2






30 Oriental Missionary Society


























1


34






29






34










34 Christian and Miss. Alliance


1


45




































45










35 Y.M.C.A.






8


8247




























'7


402


8247










36 Y.W.C.A.


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3


80


45










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7S.0


55


•3632


•3


6656


41


6673


10


1433


7


125


27


545


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231


2251


34


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100


1


62










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28






'77






177


I


7435


16140


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290


I


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2


207










2






295






675




60c


5750 80000


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184


7870


57


13922


15


6906


44


6942


10


1433


7


125


30


588


^


231


2723


34


672


37984'


18


190110


433586


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43 Roman Caiholic (1916)


II


699


8'


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6>


1217'


16


297S'


1 /


69'






8


122'


n'


296'








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85(9


65


15500


21


8123


61


9947


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7


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849


21


527


2723


34


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44943


,8


190110


433586 77 '7980



Superior figure I indicates last years' report as no report was received this year.

(7. Three ad lilional Theological students in other schools.

i. Special gift of Y.240,000 for new building at Aoyama Gakuin by one alumnus not included.

c. Five in other church •seminary. </. Five in Dobhisha.

e. Six addiiional Theological students in Aoyama Theological seminary, with which this bodv is affiliated.

/. (A.E C.) only.

g. In aids to education some missions include tuition fees, and some do not.



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Incomplete report. Last year's report rc-inserted.
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Beds.
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9 Meth. Epis. Church

10 „ „ „ (South)

1 1 Meth. Church Canada

22 Nippon Seikokwai

23 Salvation Army

24 Society of Friends

25 Universalist Mission
30 Oriental Miss. Society
32 Seventh Day Adventist

34 Scandinavian Alliance

35 Y.M.C.A.

37 'Am. Bible Society

38 British & Foreign Bible Soc.

39 Japan Book & Tract Soc.

40 Christian Literature ^Soc.
42 Presb, Ch. Eng. (Formosa)



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CONDENSED STATISTICS of Christian Work in Japan for the Year I9I7. No. 6.



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