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BULLARD, Asa, clergyman, born in Northbridge, Massachusetts, 26 March, 1804. He was graduated at Amherst in 1828, and then for a year taught school. From 1829 till 1831 he studied at Andover theological seminary, and on 13 January, 1832, was ordained. In 1831 he became agent and secretary of the Maine Sabbath-school union, and in 1834 was elected secretary of the Massachusetts Sabbath-school society (afterward Congregational publishing society), continuing as such until 1875, when he became honorary secretary and its representative before the churches. He has edited a great number of the society's books, and has written "Children's Album of Pictures and Stories" (Springfield, 1867); "Children's Book for Sabbath Hours" (1875); "Sunnybank Stories" (Boston, 1863); "Fifty Years with the Sabbath-Schools" (Boston, 1876). From 1834 till 1844 he edited "The Sabbath-School Visitor," and since then he has had charge of " The Well-Spring."
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