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Inspection and embarkation of the prisoners—Their moral position-
Scriptural instruction the means of reformation .
State of the prisoners' education Formation of schools–Subject-
matter of instruction—The impressive position occupied both by
the prisoners and the naval medical officer set over them.
Gratifying behaviour of the prisoners—Conversion to God the only
foundation of true reformation-Manifestations of spiritual change
-A thunder-storm-Its influence on the prisoners-Several pro-
fess faith in Christ-George Day—John Williams- A Socialist
MAY 5, 1932
Account of W. B.-Special prayers—Converts increase .
More earnest prayer for the promised gift of the Holy Spirit,
Hospital patients, J. H., W. C., T. G., and John Walker--
Written statements from James B., Robert T., R. R-k.
All Christians required to promote the knowledge of Christ-Re-
formed prisoners employed on this principle-Prayer and zealous
labour to be conjoined— Death of Edward Marlow-Christmas-
day—The author receives a poisoned wound-Superior behaviour
of the prisoners-Letters of J. W-n, T. C-y, and John MʻD.
Death of Abraham Button-Brief account of A. J-, J. H-, A.
D—,J.J—, and others—Meetings for social prayer-Arrival at
Hobart Town-Prisoners' address to the surgeon superintendent
-Number of apparent conversions—Farewell address—Debarka-
tion- A prisoner's letter
Concluding statements-Summary of apparent good accomplished -
Extract from a prisoner's letter written after he had been some
time in the colony
Address with reference to the daily routine and established regu-
Working of the system-Court of investigation-On the enactment
and enforcement of laws,Punishments
Instruction of the people-Second principles of action-Acceptable
obedience-Subjects on which people require to be minutely and
fully instructed-Necessity of entire renovation of heart 229
Examination of the schools—Awarding of prizes - Farewell address 244
Brief notice of the Convict Ship" Theresa
Brief notice of the Convict Ship“ Pestonjee Bomonjee”
Notice of Convict Ship “ Hashemy”
Report of Captain MʻLean, principal superintendent of convicts 264
Extract from a letter written by an official gentleman residing in
From a letter written soon after the foregoing
Tabular view of the state of education on board eight successive
Portions of Scripture voluntarily committed to memory on board the