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Correspondence has already been commenced to some extent, with individuals of influence in different parts of the country, who express interest in the prosperity of this Institution, and offer co-operation and support. It is deemed highly desirable that individuals who feel interested in this enterprise, should communicate with the Committee, not only that the deep and extensive interest in this object may be known, and the support requisite for its prosecution, may speedily be secured, but also that they may make out as soon as possible a list of members, or of individuals whose countenance and aid they may expect, to be attached to the Prospectus and Reports of the Society. If the Institution shall ever accomplish the good which has been confidently anticipated, it must be by the prompt and hearty co-operation of its friends, in all parts of the United States.
Those who receive this Prospectus, are respectfully requested to make it known to others, who would be likely to take interest in the object.
GORHAM D. ABBOTT,
Secretary. New-York, April 6, 1837.
No. 650 Broadway.