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THE

MISSIONARY HERALD,

CONTAINING

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions;

WITH A VIEW OF

OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS,

FOR THE YEAR 1873.

VOL. LXIX.

CAMBRIDGE:
PRINTED AT THE RIVERSIDE PRESS.

139939

AS' MIOX AS
TILUL FOUNDATIONS

1900.

Published at the expense of the AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN Dissioxs,

and the profits devoted to the missionary cause.

INDEX

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Aintab station, 168, 318; the proposed college, spection – work at Batticotta, 252; the Col

168; the "English" movement, 318; many lege — many cares, 253; proposed memorial labors -- who will help, 319.

movement of educated females, 253; need American Board — annual survey of its mis- of vernacular Christian education in India,

sions, 1-11; annual meeting, 337–360; ap- 290; ordinations reminiscences, 291; fepropriations for 1874, 382.

male education, 291; the training school, Armash, 223.

291; items, 291; satisfaction in abundant Arrivals, 100, 269, 301, 413.

work — theological students, 314; children in Association for the Propagation of the Faith, place of fathers, 393; in memoriam, 393. 128.

China inland mission, 263. Austrian Empire - mission to, 10, 57, 118, 145, Choctaw mission, 10, 82, 172, 309, 398; annual

219, 358, 361, 403; annual survey, 10; encour- survey, 10; encouragement, 82 ; the Lenox aging prospects, 57; Upper Austria, helpers, church, 172; religious interest, 309, 398; 118; Hungary, 118; call for men, 119; aspect drought and scarcity - church building, 309. of the work, 145; suggestive incidents, 219; Chorum, 84. report of committee, 358; brightening pros- Church Missionary Society, 129. pects – helpers found, 361; religious condi- Constantinople station, 185, 319; the "Home" tion of the people, 403; helpers — need of - a fire, 285; men needed, 285; the Home books, 404.

school, 319. Bansko, 55, 248.

Dakota mission, 9, 202, 257, 293; annual surBaptists "General," their missions, 61, 407. vey, 9; progress at Fort Sully, 202; a pleasBaptist Missionary Society (English), 263. ant mission meeting, 257; Mr. Riggs' new Baptist Missionary Union, 322.

station, 258; extracts from the report, 293. Basle Missionary Society, 262.

Deaths, 37, 68, 173, 205, 237, 269, 301, 330, 373, Bassouto mission, 325.

413. Bayazid, 21.

Departures, 133, 173, 205, 237, 330, 373. Bibliographical Notices – Dr. Anderson's His- Developing power of the Gospel – special paper

tory of the Missions to Oriental Churches, 37; by Dr. Clark, 340, 353. Bible work in Bible lands, 37; the Reforma- Donations, 38, 69, 100, 133, 174, 205, 237, 269, tion, by Dr. Fisher, 236; Riggs' Suggested 301, 331, 373. Emendations of the authorized version of the Duty of the Board to its missions - special paOld Testament, 236; the Ministry we need, per by Mr. Treat, 344, 351. 237; Seelye's Lectures in India, 237, 372; Historic origin of the Bible, 269; the Temple Egypt - United Presbyterian mission in, 323. rebuilt, 300; the story of Madagascar, 411. Embarkations - see Departures. Bitlis station, 209, 368; a tour by Miss Ely – Engravings — Dr. Anderson; Kessab parson

hatred turned to love, 368; progress at Mo- age, 41; Pillaiar, or Ganesha, 73; ancient goonk — candidates for training class, 369; gateway at Sivas, 105; Mission buildings at girls' boarding school, 370; robbed, 370. Ahmednuggur, 137; Congregational House,

Boston, 177; Bitlis, 209; new Chol'try, MaCesarea station, 138, 155, 199, 223, 286, 394; a dura, 141; Kioto, 273; Mission house at Cesa

good work begun, 138; work among Greeks, rea, 305; Bible house at Constantinople, 377. 155; progress at Talas, 156; cases of persecu- Erzingan, 22. tion, 156; prayer meeting under difficulties, Erzroom station, 20, 54, 85, 160, 249; light in 156; a great change, 157; incidents on a tour, distant places, 20; village on the mountain 199; a new thing, 223; moral courage, 223; top, 22; a busy Sabbath, 22; how the truth station report, 286; prospect of famine, 394; reached Erzingan, 22; schools, 23, 54; ignew chapel vain opposition, 394; chapel norance of Armenian women at Ordo, 85; a burned at Gurun, 395; building a chapel, tour, 160; Miss Van Duzee at Ordo, 160; zeal 395; a delightful Sabbath, 395; case of apos- of Ordo Protestants, 160; Greeks, 161; a zealtacy, 396.

ous student helper, 161; visit to Kars, 249; Ceylon mission, 7, 26, 90, 252, 290, 314, 356, 393; attempt to enter Russia, 249.

annual survey, 7; schools, 26; need of help, Eski Zagra station, 120, 247; Progress at Me26; letters from native pastors, 90; Jaffna richleri, 120; renewed persecution at Merichcollege, 90, 290; native Board of Education, leri, 247; progress at Yamboul — railroad, 91; a tract against Christianity, 91; the na- 247. tive pastorate, 92; Bible women, 92; retro

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