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We frequently receive from our friends assurances of their readiness to help us in any way in their power, and we suggest two very practical methods (besides subscribing themselves and inducing others to do so) by which they can accomplish this end: 1. We are anxious to secure the name and postoffice address of every person who would be likely to subscribe for our papers. Let our friends make out for us lists of all such of whom they can think. 2. We are anxious to secure in every section reliable, working, efficient agents, who will canvass for our papers. We can pay such a liberal commission, and our friends would greatly aid us by looking out and recommending to us suitable agents.
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