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th more earnest aspirations after that Rest which remains for the people of God, and into which we shall soon enter. General Business. The Bible Board, through L. W. Allen, Corresponding Secretary, made their report.--The Board, whose duties are to distribute the Bible and other religious books of the Publication Societies throughout the South, report that reasonable progress has been made by the Board with their important work in the States, Territories, and among the Creek and Cherokee Indians. Like everything new, however, the Board have been much embarrassed, first by the indifference of friends; secondly, the confounding of the Board with other kindred enterprises, thereby diverting funds that might otherwise have been realized; and thirdly, by the revolutionary condition of the country, which has well night, for the present, paralyzed their labors. The State Boards have done much in a similar work, and this Board hope that they may take the entire labor within the State