Africa and the American Negro
monv in favor of this truth. It would be well, from time to time in the coming;
years, for those in charge of this great interest to hold other congresses of like
character and purpose with this one, and thus widen and intensify the influ¬
ence of " The Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa," in its association,
with Gammon Theological Seminary. Thus in all the years to come the
names of Stewart and of Gammon would be blended in the thoughts and love-
of all good men, and the wealth they consecrated to the enlargement of the
Kingdom of Christ among men would be multiplied many times in power for
good and increased in influence for righteousness through all time, even unto
the end of the wrorid.
Isaac W. Joyce.