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MISSIONARY HERALD,

CONTAINING

ANDOVER - HARVARD

CONTAINING Térintetlen
THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY,
CAMBRIDGE, MASS,

1848
THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,

WITH A VIEW OF

OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS.

FOR THE YEAR 1848.

VOL. XLIV.

BOSTON:
PRESS OF T. R. MARVIN, 24 CONGRESS STREET.

1848.

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Published at the expense of the AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN Missions;

and all the profits devoted to the promotion of the missionary cause.

INDEX

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

A Parish in Massachusetts, 404.

| Aleppo, 5, 69, 141, 155, 247, 316, 369, 388; 'Abeih-see Syria.

arrival of Messrs. Benton and Ford, 247; Abenaquis, mission to the, 14.

letters, 388, 389; cholera, 369, 389. Ada Bazar, church at, 4, 49, 69, 95.

| Alleghany-see New York Indians. Africa, South, mission, 2, 69, 100, 102, 109, 170, American and Foreign Bible Society, 243.

196, 318, 373; annual survey, 2; journal of American Baptist Home Mission Society, 243. Mr. Bryant, Sabbath scenes. funeral ceremo- | American Baptist Missionary Union, 281. nies, monthly concert, native helper, 100; | American Bible Society, 243. conversions, 103; letter from Mr. M’Kinney, American Board, survey of its missions, 1-15; the country, soil and productions, the people, finances, 30, 178, 248, 320, 403-see annual their locations, missionaries needed, converts, meeting ; meetings in behalf of, 248; annual an aged woman, 109, 110; journal of Mr meeting. 325-367. L. Grout, at Umvoti, 111; at Umlazi, 112; American Education Society, 244. monthly concert, 113; letter from Mr. A: American Home Missionary Society, 242. " Grout, monthly concert, conversions, 113; | American Seamen's Friend Society, 241. Untaba, the teacher, 111, 112, 113, 199; letter American Sunday School Union, 243. from Dr. Adams, conversions, new station, American Tract Society, 243. out-stations, 170; annual letter of the mission, Amoy mission, 9, 68, 78, 85, 175, 205, 253, 378, description of the locations, the missionary 402; letters of Mr. Pohlman, on missions in stations, labors and results, more missionaries China, 78; proceedings of the mission for needed, 196–200; reinforcement, 318, 413; 1847, church, chapel, schools, 205-210; journal letter from Mr. A. Grout, additions to the of Mr. Peet, religious exercises, festival of the church, 373; call for a missionary, 376; Um tombs, excursion to Tong-an, 85; letter from giko, 373.

Mr. Doty, preaching, baptism, idols given up, Africa. West, mission. 3. 69, 174, 195, 368, 401,1 schools, chapel, 253–256 ; letter from Mr. 431; annual survey, 3; health, schools, preach Talmage, inquirers, language, prospects, 378— ing, 195; French treaty confirmed, death of 380. King Glass, 196; death of Mrs. Walker, 368; Anniversaries, 241-245, 279–281, 283-see differa conversion, 401.

ent societies and auxiliaries. Ahmednuggur mission, 6, 68, 91, 140, 232, 247, | Apisoghom, Baron, Life of, 37-46.

263, 303, 402, 432; annual survey, 6; admis Armenians in Turkey, mission to, 3, 4; see also sions to the church, 68,247; Daood's experience, Aintab, Broosa, Constantinople, Erzeroom, 91; his apostacy, 94; Wudaly, Mr. 'Wilder's Smyrna and Trebizond. visit, nalive Christians, church at, 232; Aurun- Auxiliary. Essex South Conference, 283. gabad, Mr. Wilder's visit, opening for mis. Bangkok-see Siam. sionary labor, 234; annual report, schools, Baptist [English] Missionary Society, 279-see seminary, preaching, tours, native helpers, American. native church, 263–265; Seroor, Mr. French's Batticotta-see Ceylon. report,

s, out-stations, Beirûl-see Syria. results, 303-305; two baptisms, 402.

Bombay mission, 6, 175, 211, 305; report for Aintab, 4, 18, 68, 126, 137, 212, 270, 390, 401; 1847, 211, 432; tour in southern Concan, 305

church formed, 212; journal of Mr. Johnston -307. while at Aleppo, on his way to Aintab; order Borneo mission, 10, 68, 104, 175, 246, 402; for toleration, its treatment by the Pasha, death of Mr. Thomson, 246. arrival, studies, imprisonment and release of British and Foreign Bible Society, 244. brethren from Ainiab, the Catholicos of Sis, Broosa, station at, 3, 28, 51, 171, 369, 396, 411; his arrival, news from Aintab, Kevork, the Mr. Schneider's journey from Smyrna, by blind teacher, Bedros Vartabed, departure of Magnesia, Thyatira, Kůrkagatch, Balik hissar, the Aintab brethren, their character, arrival of and Kermasti, 51; Mr. Ladd's journal, the Kevork, vizierial letter, the way opened, 18– cholera, opposition of ecclesiastics, 396; en23; journey to Aintab, visit to the Governor, couraging facts, 174; church formed, inquirers, arrival and proceedings of the Catholicos, 411. Protestant school, blind teacher's exhortation, Canton mission, 9, 68, 140, 145, 217, 283, 289, persecution, characters of individual brethren, 370, 402 ; annual letter of the mission for 1847, progress of the truth, excommunication, expul 145'; letter from Dr. Ball, preaching, native sion from Aintab, return to Aleppo, 126-137; assistant, excursions, 217; letter from Dr. letters from Doct. Smith, Tocat, Sivas, Giurin, Bridgman, plea for China, 289. Aintab, attempt to expel him defeated, 137– | Cattaraugus-see New York Indians. 139; history of the movement, cases of Ceylon mission, 8, 68, 103, 121, 219, 275, 283, conversion, departure from Aintab, 270-274;1 290, 385, 402; conversions, 68, 283; letters journal of Mr. Schneider, conversion of a from Mr. Meigs, 121; labors at Manepy, 292; priest, cholera, progress of truth, 390–396. I letter from Mr. Fletcher, 121; Tillipally,

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