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Africa, (see Bassas,) eligible stations in, 463 Assam Baptist Association,

140
American and For. Bible Society, 342 Ava, disciples at, 35; rumors from, 41,
American and For. Christian Union,.... 345 349; insurrections in, 143; pacific
American Baptist Home Miss. Society,. 343 despatches from, 146; an avenue to,.. 409
American Baptist Missionary Union,

Mission, (see Rangoon,) 9, 33, 68,
agencies, 207, 236; annual meeting, 97, 142, 152, 161, 258, 348, 425, 453;
210; of the Board, 193; of the Board diversities of tongues, 33; cheering
for 1852–3, 227; expenditures for 1852 contrast, 34; inquirers, 35, 102; secu-
-3, 219; finances, 207, 230; life mem-

rity of missionary labor, 37; baptisms,
bers, 240, 307 ; present at annual 71, 100, 102, 455; missionary dispen-
meeting, 210; officers and managers, sary, 71; distribution of books in-
306; election of, 217, 228 ; publica- terdicted, 101 ; hostilities with the
tions, 196, 235; report of the Board to, English–the missionaries retire to
212; thirty-eighth Annual Report, 229; Maulmain, 152; resumption of labors
Treasurer's Report,

at Rangoon, 425; religious services
American Baptist Publication Society,. 342 and schools,..

453
American Board of Com. for For. Miss., 436
American Indian Mission Association,. 412 Bahamas,

28
American Missionary Association,.... 61 Ball, E., letter from,

463
American Seamen's Friend Society,.... 413 Bassas, Mission to, 11, 205, 277, 463;
American Tract Society,

343 report on, 205; annual report of,..
An unconscious Christian,

9

121 Beecher, J. S., letters from, 330, 353 ;
Arnold, A. N., letters from, 53, 181, 369; tour in the jungle, 330; ineffectual at-
quiet labors at Athens,.

181 tempt to reach Thay Rau, 330; tour
Arracan, the Kemees of, 407; difficulties down the coast, 331; second tour, 353;
of their language, 408; their country,

abrupt return,......................

355
409; their vices and superstitions, Belgium, Popery in,.....

60
411; the Koomees, 410; the Khyens, Bennett, Alfred, biographical sketch of, 1

410, 411
C., journal of,..

65
Mission, 190, 252, 407; annual

Mrs., departure for America,
report on, 252; first fruit from among 67; arrival,....

351
the Khyens, 410; Kemee school,... 409 Brayton, D. L., journal of a tour, ...... 168
Ashmore, w., letters from,....112, 331, 461 Bread found after many days,.... 62
Assam, the Dopholas of, 424; Miris, Bronson, M., letters from, 170, 350, 417;

419, 422; Nagas, 31; Deh Durrung, journal, 455; visit to Gowahati, 350 ;
114; impediments to the gospel in, 418; to Tezpore, 417; to several villages,
wants of, 420; mission at Tezpore, 417; 455; attentive and eager hearers, 456,
rejectors of idols,..

459 457; inquirers, 455, 457; interesting
Mission, 10, 129, 170, 206, 270, 337, discussion,

458
350, 417, 455 ; general meeting of, 114, Brown, N., letter from,................ 420
129; report on, 206; Annual Report

Mrs., letter from,..

337
on, 270; baptisms at Gowahati, 114, Buel, R. F., letter from, 434; routine of
422 ;--at Nowgong, 171, 350;-at Sib- labors,

434
sagor, 134, 420; letter of native Burmah, (see Ava and Rangoon,) British
Christians, 115; preaching and itine- relations with, 94, 126, 189; religious
racy, 130; appointment of native festivals, 99; hospitality, 355; decay
assistants, 130; Schools,-Nowgong of the empire, 143; corrupt adminis-
Orphan Institution, 132, Sibsagor tration, 146; hostilities with the
girls' sch., 132, Gowahati do., 135, English, 152, 164; barbarity of of-
station and village do., 137;- solicited ficers, 382; mode of prosecuting war,
by the people, 456; examination of a 449; blockade of the coast, 189; war
village school, 457 ; printing depart- declared, 190; fall of Rangoon and
ment, 138; churches, 139; new sta- Martaban, 348; attempt to renew
tions proposed, 139; village preaching, negotiations, 382; expected annexa.
170; revival in Nowgong Institution, tion of Pegu to British India, 454;
170; converts at Sibsagor, 337; build- popularity of British rule,.... 355
ings, 420, 422; chapelat Gowahati, 422;

Missions in (see Maulmain,
encouraging state of Nowgong church, Tavoy, Arracan, Sandovay, Ava,) 9,
420; provision for native Christians, 420 215; re-opening of, 213; openings for

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missionary labor in, 348; China acces-
sible through, 111; Romish missions

in, 169, 321, 430; their artifices,...... 321
California, Sandwich Islanders in,...... 122
Campbell, H. M., obituary of,.......... 191
Ceylon,

437
Cherokees, Mission to, 296, 466; decease

of native preachers, 466 ; annual meet-
ings-baptisms,

466
China, (see Hongkong and Ningpo.) Jews

in, 28; report on missions in, 204; a
Budhist tract, 44 ; the political hori-
zon, 46; a Chinese church, 89; river
and canal navigation, 108; sedan trav.
elling, 109; T'ien Dong temple, 109;
"The Lakes," 110; cholera, 110; em.
pire accessible through Burmah, 111;
emperor distributing tracts, 111;
a Confucian tract, ill; apparent tra-
ces of ancient Christianity in the in-
terior, 336; precarious state of the
empire, 336; city of Chapoo, 360;
jealousy of foreigners, 360; Romish
outrages on Chusan,...

366
Church Missionary Society,

436
Church of England Missions,..

91
Cogswell, Robert, obituary of,.

153
Cretin, J. B., letter from,..............

52
Crocker, L. K., letter from,....... 463
Cross E. B., journal of a visit to church-
es south of Taroy,....

321

peace-fear fallen on the people, 340;
resignation of place for conscience'
sake, 341; a monument of grace, 367;
baptisms at L-, 396; chapel at -
closed, ........

397
South Eastern, 74, 281, 397;
church constituted at Anse, 74; ordi-
nation of two pastors, 74; restraints
by the authorities-imprisonments,
75; seed sown in good ground, 397; a
pursuit, 398; meetings prohibited-
continued work of grace, 398; arrest
and trial of two assistants, 399; their
sentence, 400; baptisms, 399, 400; the
truth working,...

400
Germany, conference of the “ Kirchen-

bund" at Elberfeld, 11, 23; the “Breth-
ren's Union," 12; Sabbath desecra-
tion sacrament of absolution, 77;
newspaper account of the Baptists, 78;
persecution in Prussia: prohibition of
meetings and ordinances, 15, 78, 404,
433, espionage, 78, 404, 446, malicious
prosecutions, 78, 403, fines and ban-
ishment, 30, 81, 150, 153, 404, 406, 446,
imprisonment, 153, 446 ;-in Hanover,
14, 77, 416;-in Baden, 78;-in Meck-
lenburg, 78, 177 ;-in Oldenburg,... 403

Mission to, 11, 29, 76, 150,
152, 177, 285, 401, 431, 445; annual re-
port, 285; church at Berlin, 29, 446;-
at Stettin, 151; destitute churches,
30; Silesia, review of 1851, 401; bap-
tisms at Zingst, 80, 84;-at Lassan,
83;-at Stralsund, 84;-at Seestedt,
403 ; conversion of a freethinker, 177;
laboriousness of a native preacher,
401; bible and tract distribution, 431;
opposition of the clergy, 432; churches
in the Hartz, 446;-in Hanover, 416;

Prussian Association,......
Goddard, J., letters from, 41, 335, 431 ;

journal of, 108; health and employ.
ments, 41; visits T'ien Dong, 108;-
“ The Lakes," 110; progress in trans-
lation

...... 431
Greece, trial and sentence of Dr. King,

181;- sentence not executed, 371;-
inquiry into by American minister,
431; petition for better observance of
the Lord's Day, 369; rebellion in a
theological school, 369; a religious
war threatened, 369; important eccle-
siastical movement,..

370
-, Mission to, 11, 53, 181, 292, 434;
annual report, 292; account of a Greek
convert, 53; quiet labors at Athens,
181; at the Piræus, 434; visit of Dr.
Hackett,

434
Gulzau, T. A., letter from,.....
Guzerat, mission in,......

Danforth, A, H., letter from, ........ 114
Dawson, J., letters from, 37, 71, 97, 104,

145, 161, 189, 348, 425, 453 ; visits to
Boodhist monasteries, 39,98; visit to
Dalla, 97; retirement to Maulmain,
152; visits Rangoon, 348; resumption
of residence there, 425; medical la-
bors,..

454
Day, S. S, letters from, 16, 337; tour to
Oodighery,......

176, 377
Dean, W., ou Missionary Qualifications, 394
Delaware Station, 58, 186, 295, 464; re-

port of, 58; mortality, 186 ; Briggsvale
school, 186; youthful converts, 464;

bereavements,
Deputation to Asiatic Missions, 470
Devan, T. T., letters from..... 74, 397
Doerksen, J., journal of, 14, 405; labors

in Tilsit and vicinity, 14, 404 ; services
forbidden, 15, 404; threatened with vi-
olence, 15; fined, .

... 406
Donations, 31, 63, 94, 126, 153, 192, 319, 351,

383, 416, 447, 472
Doumin, E., letter from,..

50
• Dunckley, H., address of,

376

447

..., 465

150

88
Haese, H. F.W., journal of labors in Ol.

denburg, 401; maliciously prosecuted,

403; tined for administering baptism, 404
Harris, N., journal of tour to Lamaing, 166
Hawaii, volcaric eruption in..... 379
Helping together by Prayer,

467
Hongkong Mission, 10, 46, 190, 263 :

annual report, 263; religious services
at oustations, 48; need of Christian
female influence, 49; the wrath of man
praising God, 49; school at Tung Chiu
-good will of the authorities, 333;
religious services there....... 334
Hotchkiss, V. R., sermon before the

Am. Bap. Missionary Union,......... 385

English Baptist Missionary Society,... 372
Faith of an African Chief,............ 29
Farwell, Nidhi Levi, journal of a mis-
sionary tour,......

422
Feeble effort invites error,.............:

26
Florence, persecution at............377, 444
Foulon, I., letter from...

51
France, Protestant religious societies in,

441; Protestantism in the south of,
441; power of the clergy, 400; intola
erant decrees,....

...190, 284
Mission to

.11, 278
Northern, 50, 116, 278, 338, 367,
396 ; a village curate, 60, persecutions,
116, 339 :-in Danity, 51; a converted
infidel, 116 ; progress of the truth, 117,
367; uncertainties, 339; Christian

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..... 469

of,

India, progress of the gospel in, 88; mis- wreck of faith, 450 ; influence of Ro-

sionary experiments in, 124; average manism, 451 ; churches at Krungpung
of missionary life in, 125 ; secret disci- and Keyen, 452; a new and hard
ples in,...
438 field, .

452
Indian (American) character, .......... 59 Mergui station, native churches, 168;
Indian territory, religious state of...... 59 baptisms at Ulah,

168
Ireland, evangelical agencies in,.

Methodist Episcopal Missions,..

.414

Missionaries, appointed, 239 ; arrival of,
Jamaica,

123 63, 351; departure of, 471; letters
Japan, cruel custom of,.

362 from, 94, 191, 383, 472 ; qualifications
Jewett, L., letters from, 176, 350 ; tour to

..43, 106, 394
Oodig hery, 176; visit to Kishnapatam, 350 Missionary Rooms,

229
Jews, missions to, 63; in China,... 28 Missions, Asiatic, 240 ;-deputation to . 470
Johnson, J., letters from, 46, 333; tract

European, 278; report on, 199;
distribution, 46; visit to Tung Chiu-

principles on which they are con-
excitement there,...
333 ducted,..

203
Jones, J. T., illness and death of, 73;

general view of the, 9; reca-
obituary notice of.......
92 pitulation of, 297; table of,..

299

Indian (see Ojibroas, Ottawas,
Karen Missions, (see Maulmain, Tavoy

Shavanoes, Cherokees,) 11, 208, 293;
and Sandoway).....
...10, 215 report on, ...

208
Karens of Burmah Proper, their neces-

Moore, w., letter from, 449; jungle
sities, 36; their faith, 37; churches in

tours, ...

...449, 451
the north-western provinces, 69; let.

Morse, E. S., letters from, .........186, 464
ter from a native pastor, 70; they

H. H., letter describing a rural
evangelize Burmans, 70; exactions of

school,

332
their Burman rulers, 321; rumored

elief from persecution, 70; well re- Ningpo, pirates at, 336; Chinese method
ported of,

98

of repression, 363; a Budhist riot-
Kemees.-See Arracan.

judicial and scholastic eloquence, 364;
Kemnitz, C. A., journal of, 431; bible insurrection against the salt monopo-
and tract distribution, 431; visit to ly, 365; riots,

. 431
Berlin....

433

Mission, 10, 41, 108, 256, 335,
Kincaid, E., letters from, 33, 68, 100, 103, 431; reduced strength of, 41; an ac-

104, 142, 381, 455; interviews with the cessible people, 110; annual report,
viceroy of Rangoon, 34, 68, 69, 142;- 266; encouragements, 335; transla-
with Com. Lambert, 104, 382; retires tion, buildings, inquirers,

431
to Maulmain, 152; visits Rangoon,
348; resumes residence there,....... 425 Obituaries, 92, 153, 191; report on,..... 198
Knapp, H. E., journal of tour to the Ke- Ojibwas, 90; mission to,....

293
mee jungle. 407; discouragements, Oncken, J. G., letters from, 11, 76; no-
407; a rebuke of unbelief,.

410 tice of the Elberfeld conference, 11;
Knowing the time, .

118 visit to Hanover, Oldenburg, Bremen,
Kynegos, U., letter of, 184; journal, 185; &c., 13; expelled from Prussia, 152;
his character,

181
proscription rescinded,.....

382
Ottawa station, report of, .........

.....57, 296
Leechman, J., address of,

373 Ottawas in Michigan, mission to,...... 294
Lehmann, G. W., letters from, 29, 445;

illness of, 415; residence at Goslar,.. 446 Prayer for the spread of the gospel, ser.
Lehmann, J., letter from,......

mon by Rev. V. R. Hotchkiss, .
Lepoids, V., letters from,.... .62, 63 Preachers at triennial and annual meet-
Living for the Heathen,.

ings,

305
London Missionary Society,

415 Presbyterian Board of Missions,.. 344
Loochoo mission,......

Prussia, (see Germany,) Romeward ten-
Lord, E. C. and Mrs., arrival of,

63
dencies in,.....

85
Macgowan, D. J., letters from, 43, 110, Rangoon, (see Ava,) extortions of the
336, 360; residence in Yuhwang mon-

viceroy, 34, 68; rainy and sickly sea-
astery, 43; voyage to Shanghai, 360 ; son, 38; specimen of criminal justice,
pursuit of a boat “under difficulties," 68; English expedition to, 103; rea-
360; official finesse, 361; extreme cold, sons for its permanent occupancy by
362; return to Ningpo,...

362 the mission, 104; hostile preparations,
Madagascar,

21 143, 145; disorder in, 144, 145; com-
Maulmain Burman Mission, 20, 240, 426, mencement of hostilities--the mis-

445; preaching and tract distribution sionaries retire, 152; arrival of the new
in the city, 20, 426; annual report, viceroy, 161; repulse of the English
240; influence of a deceased mission-

deputation, 161; flight of foreign resi.
ary, 20; Burmese church at Maul- dents, 162; efforts to reopen negotia-
main,

445 tions, 163; blockade, 163; batile of
Karen Mission, 166, 246, 449; the stockades, 164; capture of the
annual report, 216; preaching in vil. city, 348; incidents, 381 ; rapid re-
lages, 166; baptisms at Lamaing, 167; building of the city, 425; arrival of
-nearAmherst, 168; Christian mourn-

the Governor General of India,...... 455
ing, 166; heathen mourning, 168; Romish Missions,.....

91
Dong Yan church, its prosperity, 450;
-support of its pastor, 450 ; Chris- Sandoway Mission, 254, 326, 353; an.
tianity self-witnessing, 450; a ship- nual report, 254; meeting of Associa-

... 446

..... 385

435

362

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tion at Thay Rau, 326; native mis- forts, 325; state of the churches, 322;
sionary operations, 327; common baptisms, 325; roving propensities of
schools, 328; sudden dispersion of the the people, 322; Burmese villages,
meeting, 329; statistics of the church-

323; Romish artifices, 323; Mata vil-
es, 331; Pwo assistants and churches, lage, 357 ;-church, 427 ; baptisms at
329; remaining superstitions, 329 ; Tahpoo, 359; at Mata, 360; at Ker.
church at Ongkyoung-baptisms, 330; gau, 360, 427 ; at Lauloo, 428 ; report
churches on the coast : Great Plains- of distant Karens, 428; churches up
baptisms, 353, 354; Buffaloe, 354 ; Tavoy river, 428; baptisms, 428, 430;
Sinmah and Kyoung Thah, 355 ; occu- a female missionary's work,..... 430
pation of Bassein, 472; state of the

Missionary Society, .......

346
churches,

472 Teloogoos, progress of Christian ideas
Sandwich Islands,

27 among, 17; prevalence of religious
Shawanoe Mission, (see Delaware and eclecticism and its causes,...

17
Ottawa,) 57, 186, 295, 464; report of,

Mission to, 10, 16, 146,176,206,
57 ; Annual Report on, 295 ; a season 274, 337; chapel worship at Nellore,
of refreshing, 465; school, 466 ; con- 16; report of, 146; itineracies, 146;
dition of the people,

466 idolatry in disrepute, 147; bible and
Siam, political affairs, 113; opium trade, tract distribution, 147; preaching at

113;-legalized, 331; its effects, 463; festivals, 148; inadequacy of means,
cremation of the late king,..........

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149, 338; inquirers, 149, 176, 338, 351;
Mission to, 10, 72, 112, 204, 260, baptisms, 149, 350; report on the mis-
331, 460; in favor with king and peo- sion, 206; annual report, ............ 274
ple, 72; trials and mercies, 112; Chi- Thomas, B. C., letter from, 325 ; jour-
nese church, 113; conversions, 113; nal of, 427; first excursion into the
report on, 204 ; annual report, 260; jungle, 325; visit to Mata, 427 ; tour
rural school, 332; difficulties-helpers up Tavoy river, 428; on preaching to
needed, 460; two converts baptized, the heathen,...

430
460; account of them,.......... 462

Mrs., journal of visit to Mata,
Sick, J., letter from,

............ 179

356; elephant riding-crossing the
Smith, S. J., letters from,... .... 72, 460 mountains, 356; interview with hea-
South Africa, geographical discoveries then Karens, 357; progress in the lan-
in,...

187 guage, 358 ; views of the missionary
Steane, Dr. E., appeal for religious li- work, 358 ; visit to Tahpoo,

......... 359
berty,

12, 23 Trinidad,...
Stevens, E. A., letters froin, 20, 426;

evangelical efforts, 20, 426; Burman Van Meter, H. L., letter from, 326;
dictionary and concordance,

426 visit to the jungle-perils of waters,. 326
Stilson, L., arrival in America,... 351

Vinton, J. H., letter from,............. 104
Straube, I., letter from, .............. 401 Von der Kammer, H., journal of,...... 80
“Streams in the Desert," ............. 188
Sweden, religious liberty in,. .... 120 | Waldenses,

62
Switzerland, infidelity in,..

84 Ward, w., letters from, 172, 422; first
Syria,........

86 survey of the field, 172; beginnings of

missionary labor, 173; reception by the
Tavoy, census of, 65; abundant rain-

people, 174; encounter with a brahmin, 174
earthquake,

67 | Wegner, F., letter from, 177; arrest and
Mission, (see Mergui,) 65, 190, imprisonment,....

178
249, 321, 356, 427; demand for tracts, Wesleyan Missionary Society,..... 377
65; baptism of three Burmans, 66; Whiting, S. M., letters from, 350, 420 ;
Karen Association, 190, 323; its res- illness of, 420 ; visit to Dibrugor,.... 420
olutions, 324; native missionary ef- Wright, H. E. T., arrival of in America, 351

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