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ttee in Baltimore, and by the shipment of cotton, the Board has succeeded in forwarding some funds to the missionaries. Several of the missionaries abroad have died. Two who sailed from Japan have never been heard from. The vessel was no doubt lost at sea. In some of the missions a good degree of success has been secured. According to the order of the day, at 10½ o'clock a half hour was spent in devotional exercises in reference to the existing war.--The exercises were conducted by Dr. Manly, of Ala. The eighteenth annual report of the Board of Domestic and Indian Missions was read by Rev. Mr. Sumner, the Secretary. The war having nearly broken up almost all the missions of this Board among the Indians of the West, it has recently devoted itself chiefly to missions among the soldiers of the Confederacy. There are some thirty missionaries now laboring in different portions of the army under the direction of this Board, and it is proposed still to increase the number. Th