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INDEX

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS TOLUJE.

tors, 357.

roor.

Abeih station, 4, 131, 565; seminary, 5, 131;| Armenian proper names, orthography of, 125.
station report, 131 ; church, 131, 363.

Armenians, mission 10.4, 18-91, 98-), 41-52, 60,
Abenaquis, mission 10, 13.

79–80, 90, 101-9, 122-3, 132-7. 156. 175-8, 1811,
Adabazar-see Constantinople.

201-2, 218, 233–5, 257-72, 317-8, 326, 357-60,
Adana-see Ainlab.

361-5, 381-4, 389; annual survey, 4; progress
Adiamanee Aintab.

of ihe reformation, 4, 101; the press, 4 ; new sta.
Adrianople-see Constantinople.

tions, 4, 257, 282; churches, 4, 123, 186 ; churchia
Africa. South, mission in-see Zulus; discoveries es organized, 4, 123 ; appeals for help, 101-2,
in, 116, 151.

237, 331; tour of Hohannes, 101; reinforce-
Africa. Wes!, mission in-see Gaboon.

ments, 60, 122, 124, 284, 399; statistics, 186 ;
Ahmednuggur mission, 6, 25, 90, 123, 172-4, annual meeting, 267 ; political troubles, 257;

235-9. 233, 284; annual survey, 6; Mr. and location of missionaries, 257; station reports,
Mrs. Burgess at Satara. 6; churches, 6, 174 ; 257-72; report on, 326 ; letter from native pas.
schools, 6, 173; tours, 6, 26 ; deism, 25; con-

See also Aiptab, Constantinople,
gregation, 26; arrival of Mr and Mrs. Ballan. Erzroom, Marsovan, Smyrna, Trebizond.
line, 90; restoration of Dapod, 124, 174; station Ascension Island -see Micronesia.
report, 172; inquirers, 172; Wudaley, 173; | Assyria, mission to, 5, 52-3, 108-11, 137-9, 156,
Newasse, 173; Dedgaum, 173; cession by the 202-7, 235, 250, 272-5, 326, 356. 389; annual
Nizam to the English, 283 ; emharkation of Mr. survey, 5; station reporis, 137 9; arrival of
and Mrs. Barker, 281. See Bhingar and Se- Messrs. Marsh and Walker at Sniyma, 156 ;

report on, 326

See also Diarbekir and Mosul.
Aintab station. 4, 19-21, 44-7, 79-80, 132-6, 156, Associate Reformed missions, 282.

177, 186, 200-2, 234-5, 270-2, 318, 365, 383-5,
389'; help needed, 4, 186-7; Marash, 19-21, Baghchejük-see Constantinople.
1366, 272, 38.3–5; Zeitoon, 45; Kessah, 45, Baptist Free Mission Society, 317.
132, 177, 200, 231, 271; Adiaman. 45, 135, 272; Baptist, General, Missionary Society, 316.
Adana, 45, 132, 177, 186, 201, 271, 384; the Baptist Missionary Union, 2!3, 216.
church, 46, 131; inquirers, 46; Killis, 79-80, Baptist (Southern) Missions, 20.
271, 383; journal of Mr Schneider, 132; Baiticolia -see Ceylon.
Birejik, 132, 271; Pastor Simon's visit, 132; Bebek-see Constantinople.
church extension, 133; arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Beirut station, 4, 156, 283; church, 5, 131, 191,
Nulting, 156, 383; arrival of Dr. and Mrs. 283; the press, 5, 195 ; persecution at Krir
Pratt, 186; Tarsus, 201; Mr. Crane's depart. Shima, 1541 ; station repori, 193 ; temale board.
ure, 235; station report, 270; Oorsa, 272, 313, ing school, 193; out-stations, 191; Dr. Deror.
383; Severek, 318, 385, poverty of the peo- est's tour, 232.
ple, 365; quarantine abolished, 383; Mrs. Beneficiaries in mission schools, 103.
Schneider's return, 389.

Bennington--see Choclaws.
Aleppo station, 4.

B'hamdun-see Syria.
American Baptist Missionary Union, 213, 246. Bhingar station, 6, 236 ; Mr. Munger's tours,
American Board, survey of its missions, 1-13; 2.36-9; the Gonds, 237-9.

financial prospects of, 91; Missionary Rooms Bibliographical notices, 182-6, 361.
in New York, 157; meetings in behalf of, 220; Birejik - see Aintab.
annual meeting, 318, 321-19; next meeting, Boers in South Africa, aggressions of, 120, 151.
319.

Bombay mission, 6, 23-5, 59, 250, 327; annual
American Lutheran missions, 316,

survey, 6; Satara mission formed, 6; deach of
American missions, origin of, 143.

Mrs. Fairbank, 6, 23, 24; Scriptures in Mah.
Amoy mission, 8,65, 161,319-53; annual survey, ratta, 6; Dnyanodoya. 6, 24, 25, 58; the

8; the church, 8, 66, 161-2, 319-50, 352; the church, 6; schools, 6; death of a Hindoo girl,
rebellion, 65; cases of interest, 66–7, 319-50; 21; public discussions, 24, 58; infideliiy, 21;
help needed, 67 ; the evangelist U, 161, 351 ; native missionary society, 25; opening of a
Chiang.chiu, 162, 350–2; missionary spirit in railway, 250; report on, 327,
the church, 350; an out-station attempted, 350; Borneo mission, 8; annual survey, 8.
insurrection at Amoy, 352-3.

Broosa-see Constantinople.
Annual survey of missions, 1-13.
Arabkir, 357, 381-2, 383,- and see Erzroom. Canton mission, 8, 68, 153-4, 162, 213, 252; an.
Arcot-see Madras.

nual survey, 8; changes, 8; the press, 8, 69:
Armstrong, Dr. William J., memoir of, 185. mission leiter, 68; want of success, 68; concei!
10;

of literary men, 68 ; labors of the year, 68;1 Dakota Lexicon, 12; Yellow Medicine, 12,
schools, 68; arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Brewster, 97-100, 180, 311; Kaposia abandoned, 97;
153; rebellion, 153, 243, 231; opium trade, trials of Dr. Williamson and family, 97-100,
154; emigration from China, 154; death of 180; converted young Indians, 212; station
Mr. Brewster, 162; arrival of Mr. and Mrs. reports, 311; Red Wing,311 ; Prairieville, 311;
Bridginan at Canton and Shanghai, 252, 28+. report on,

319.
Ceserea, 4, 101, 265, 381-2.

Demirdesh—see Constantinople.
Ceylon mission, 3, 59-60, 71-5, 124, 163, 187, Departure of missionaries, 29, 60, 124, 220, 281,

252, 276, 292-301, 317, 327; annual survey. 8; 365, 390.
changes, 8, 292; churches, 8, 60, 293, 297, 300, Diarbekir station, 5, 50, 108, 137, 156, 202, 235,
301 ; benevolence, 8, 295 ; 1emperance, 8, 71-3, 272, 356, 365, 382 ; original movement, 50;
296, 298; schools, 8, 60, 74, 291–5, 297, 298; return of Mr. and Mrs. Dunmore from Erzroom,
dispensary, 8, 124, 296; Oodooville boarding 108; Hinee, 103, 273; persecution, 108-9, 2012,
school, 59, 163-5, 295, 298-9; Batticolta sem- 235; station reports, 137, 272; progress, 137,
inary, 5., 163, 137-8, 295, 317; Panditeripo, 202, 236, 272; difficulties, 137; school, 138,
59; simultaneous meeting, 59; preaching in 203, 272; Mr. and Mrs. Walker, 156, 202, 235;
the villages, 60. 71-5, 293-4, 298, 299; journal an inquirer, 203 ; Mr. Walker at Diarbekir,
of Mr. Poor, 71; Valany, 72; chapel building, 235; Christian population, 272; belp needed,
73, 291; Banicotta, 71; Gregorie at Choli- 273, 356 ; protection obtained, 356 ; Moslein
poorem, 165-7; Messrs. W. W. Scudder and hearers. 356; Kutturbul, 357; physician called
Lord, 29, 232; Mr. Poor's system of visitation, for, 365; Mr. Dunmore al Arabkir, 382.
276-8; annual report, 292; nalive helpers, 292, Divrik, 105, 267.
299, 300; preaching. 293-4; the press, 296; Donations, 29, 60, 92, 125, 157, 189, 220, 253,
Morning Siar, 297, 353; signs of progress, 297, 284, 318, 366, 390.
300; Chavagacherry, 297; Oodooville, 299; Dwight-see Cherokees.

a sad history, 300; report on, 327.
Chavagacherry-see Ceylon.

Embarkation of missionaries-see Departure of
Cherokees, mission to, 11, 26, 220, 309–10, 329, missionaries.

310–2, 365, 338; annual survey, 10; changes, Episcopal missions, 245.
10,26 ; churches, 10, 309-10; schools, 10, 309- Erzroom station, 4, 50-2, 106-8, 175–6. 263-70;

the press, 10; benevolence, 10, 310, 388 ; belp needed, 4, 50–2, 268–70; Arabkir, 4, 50,
death of Major Lowrey, 26; Foirfield, 220, 51, 101, 269; success at Erzroom, 50, 108,268;
310; station reports, 309; help wanted, 309–10, survey of the field, 50–2; Erzingan, 50; Egin,
388; Dwight, 309; Lee's Creek, 309; temper- 51, 270; Geghi, 51, 107, 269; Van, 52; Khanoos,
ance, 310, 333 ; Park Hill, 310; Honey Creek, 106, 269; persecution, 106–8, 173; defection,
310; report on, 329; the Cherokees increasing, 103, 269; station report, 268.
310, and may be preserved, 340–2; reinforce-
ment, 365 ; prospect, 388.

Fairfield - see Cherokees.
Chinese Evangelical Society, 217.

Fuh-chau mission, 9, 252, 292, 317; annual sur-
Chociaws, mission 10. 11, 27, 80, 91, 124, 178, vey, 9; schools, 9, 29?; arrival of Mr. and

244, 305-9, 310–2, 388 ; annual survey, 10; the Mrs. Hartwell, 252, 317; abatement of preju-
churches, 11, 30, 121, 305-9, 389; schools, 11, dice, 292; labors interrupted by the rebellion,
305-9; Good Water bigh school, 11, 27, 307; 317.
temperance, 11, 91, 307-9; changes, 11; na-
live assistants, 31, 306; Good Land, 124, 308; Gaboon mission, 2, 13–8, 29, 53, 225-7, 325;
death of Mr. Wright, 178, 244, 306; station annual survey, 2; the church, 2, 227; the
reporis, 305-9; Stochbridge, 305; Wheelock, Pangwes, 2, 14-8, 226–7; the press, 2, 227;
306; benevolence, 306–9; Norwalk, 306; Pine Mr. Preston's journal, 13-8; Něngeněnge, 13,
Ridge, 306; the mission a blessing to the army, 14, 226; Bakėlės, 14–6, 226; Shikavis, 14, 15,
307; Good Water, 307; advance in civiliza. killing elephants, 15; death of Mr. and Mr.
lion, 308; Bennington, 308 ; Mount Pleasant, Porter, 29, 53, 226; annual report, 225-1;
308-9; Lenox, 309; report on, 329; the Choc. Konig Island, 225; Baraka, 225; schools, 225
laws increasing. 310, and may be preserved, 7; Olandeběnkı, 2-26; Romanism, 227; explo.
310-%; retuforcement, 365; statistical table, rations, 227; report on, 365.
388.

Gawar station, 5, 21, 77, 111-4, 139, 175, ).
Cholipoorem-see Ceylon.

218, 249, 302–4, 365, 389; persecution, 5, 21-2
Church Missionary Society, 219.

Lieut. Col. Williams, 5, 21-2, 139, 175, 218;
Constantinople station, 4, 18–9, 28, 47, 90, 102,123, the Pasha of Van, 21-2; discharge of five Nes-

176, 233, 258–65, 317, 361, 331-3, 339 ; Bebek lorians, 21-2; Deacon Tamo in prison, 21-2,
seminary, 4, 233, 261, 361, 39?; girls' boarding 77, 79, 113, 139, 175, 187, 218, 249, 389; Mar
school, 4, 259, 262, 361; churches, 4, 102; new Shimon, 23, 112; Kamil Pasha, 77, 79; Mr.
churches, 4; persecution at Demirdesh, 18, 28, and Mrs. Crane, 78; plans for the winter, 78;
47; Greeks, 19, 28, 47, 90, 265; letter from treatment in the villages, 140-1, 389; Priest
Demirdesh, 123 ; Pastor Johannes, 101–2, 263, Dunkha, 110; protection of Turkish soldiers,
261; day of fasting. 102; inquirers, 102; Adri- 141; school, 175; the winter, 187; visit to
anople, 123, 187, 264; Rodosto, 4, 123, 176, Ishiazin, 303-4; physician called for, 365;
265; station report, 25%; deaths, 258; general protection promised, 389; Kürdish chiess, 389
results. 258; Pera, 258; death of Senakerim, Goodell's Thirty Years in the East, 184.
259; Hass-keuy, 259; Koom-kapoo, 259; Sa. Good Land-see Choctaws.
malia, 260; Oria-keuy, 261; prospect in the Good Water-see Choctaws.
capital, 262; Nicomedia, 186, 263, 365; Ada- Gossner's Missionary Society, 118.
bazar, 186, 263; Broosa, 186, 264; Yuzgat, Grant, Dr , Laurie's Life of, 182.
186, 265 ; perseeution, 317; Baghchejuk, 361; Greece, mission to, 3, 325; annual survey, 3;
Mr. and Mrs. Goodell's return, 389.

prosecution of Mr. King, 3; report on, 325.
Dakotas, mission to, 12, 97, 180, 212, 311, 329; Hasbeiya, 5, 53, 197; political troubles, 58, 197;

annual survey, 12; changes, 12 ; treaties mod- report from, 197; John Wortabet, 197; Rash-
ified, 12; the churches, 12, 311; schools, 12, aiel el Fukhar, 197; Ibel, 197; the church, 198;
212, 311; Lac-qui-parle, 12, 99, 212, 311; progreşs, 193; journal of J. Wortabet, 198–200.

Hass-keuysee Constantinople.

Ascension Island, 88–90; reinforcement need-
Health of missionaries in lodia, 301.

ed, 90, 117; the Nanakin at Ascension Island,
Hilo-see Sandwich Islands.

117, 379; Christian marriage, 117; report on,
Honey Creek-see Cherokees.

329; physician called for, 365; journal of Dr.

Gulick, 379–81 ; war, 380; explorations, 380;
Ilumi-see Zulus.

kindness of sea-caplains, 380-1; a bethel, 38 ;
Indian Territory, 340-2.

visits from ships, 381.
Indians, preservation of, 338-42.

Methodist North Missionary Society, 247.
India, health of missionaries in, 301.

Methodist South Missionary Society, 122.
India, missions in. 124.

Molokai--see Sandwich Islands.
Isidumbini - see Zulus.

Moravian missions, 147,

Mosul station, 5, 52, 109. 138, 156, 203–7, 250,
Jews, mission to, 3, 122, 365; annual survey, 3; 273-5, 389; oppression, 5, 138, 205; church, 5,

death of Mrs. Morgan, 3; collision between 53; the school, 5, 138. 139.274; visit of a Syrian,
the Jews and Greeks at Salonica, 12?; report 52 ; hrat, 53, 138, 274, 389; Dr. Lobdell's visit
on, 325.

to ihe Yezidees, 109-11; station report, 138;
Judson's Life noticed, 361.

health, 138 ; unpropitious events, 138; encour-

agement, 139, 203 ; dispensary, 139, 206, 274;
Kanai--see Sandwich Islands.

arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh, 156, 250, 273;
Kessab-see Aintab.

the gospel preached to Mo-lems, 203, 206 ;
Kharpoot, 51, 337.

persecutional Tel Keif, 201–5, 274; Mr.
Killis-see Aintah.

Marsh's descent of the Tigris. 273-1; Roman-
Kolapoor mission, 156 ; mission commenced, 156 ; ials, 275 ; political disquiet, 389.

the Political Superintendent, 156; Kolapoor Mount Pleasant-see Chuctaws
described, 156.
Koom-Kapoomsee Constantinople.

Nestorians, mission to. 5, 21, 75-9. 111-1, 139–43,

175, 187, 207, 218, 219.302-4,327, 389; annual
Laurie's Life of Grant, 181.

survey, 5; British protection, 5; schools, 5,
Lee's Creek-see Cherokees.

142, 302; Mr. Stocking at Gavalan, 75; Mar
Lenox-see Choctaws.

Yohannan, 76; cholera, 76, 250, 303 ; dona-
London Missionary Society, 120, 151, 215; sta- tion of Khodadad Khan and his wife, 76; en-
tions destroyed in South Africa, 120, 151. Jisement of Nestorians, 76, 114, 141; the Ro.

manists, 114; new translation of the Bible,
Madras mission 6, 27, 58, 69-71, 114, 154, 211, 114, 142, 203; oppression of the Nestorians,

239-41, 301, 353; annual survey, 6; death of 141; Mar Yoosuph, 142; male seminary, 14.,
Mrs. Winslow, 6; other changes, 7; the church, 207, 302 ; female seminary, 142, 302; Jewish
7, 28, 59, 210, 353; schools, 7, 59, 114-6, 154, convert, 142, 208, 309; revival, 207; Seir, 207 ;
353; simultanedus meeting, 27; reminiscences, a reformed wedding, 208; Saints' Rest, 209;
28 ; population of Madras, 50, 211; Hindoo- opposition of the Vizier Nizam. 250; judgments,
ism in danger, 58, 211; Dr. Scudder's preach- 302-3; report on, 327. See Gawar also.
ing, 69; fears of the Hindoos, 69–70; a wife Nicomedia-see Constantinople.
restored, 70; hope for India, 71; report of the Norwalk - see Chociaws.
mission, 151; Thuggism, 211; Sullee, 211;
baptism of a brahmin at Arcoi, 239; a medi- Ojihwas, mission to, 12, 311, 330 ; annual sur.
cal student, 241; health of missionaries in vey, 12; removal of lodians, 12 ; Crow Wing,
India, 301; hook-swinging, 301; memorials to 12, 311; station reports, 311; La Pointe aban.
government, 354

doned, 311; Bad River, 311; temperance,
Madura mission. 7, 28, 53-7,58, 121, 154-6, 167- 311-2; paganism waning, 311; a Christian's
· 22, 219-20, 241-2, 275, 283. 351-6, 390); an. death, 31%; report on,

330.
dual survey, 7; churches, 7, 51, 58, 155-65. 167, Oodooville-see Ceylon.
200, 212; village congregations, 7, 53, 155-6, Oorfa-see Aintah.
168, 219, 241-2, 275, 283-1, 351-6; schools, 7, Operative Jewish Converts' Society, 273.
-167, 211; seminary at Pasumalie, 7, 167, 220; Oregon Indians, mission to suspended, 10.

pensary, 7, 169; simultaneous meeting, 28 | Oroomiah-see Nestoriaus.
enevolence, 28,' 276 ; native helpers, 28 Orla keuy-sec Constantinople.
153 169; Pulpey congregation, 53-5, 154-5,
23:3–4; help needed, 55-7, 53, 169; Tirumun. Panditeripo-see Ceylon.
galum, 36, 219, 351; Sivagunga, 124, 169; | Park Hill - see Cherokees.
Mandahasalie, 124, 155, 168–9, 219; obstacles Paris Missionary Society, 247.
to keeping the Sabbaih, 155; annual report, Physicians needed as missionaries, 365.
167 ; Madura East, 169, 220, 241; oppression Pine Ridgemsee Choctaws.
of the Shanars, 170; worship of Mrs. Todd, Presbyterian missions, 181, 281.
171; cepsus of Madura colleciorale, 220 ; Cor-
selpurtty, 212 ; movement among the Pullers, Read's Memoir of Dr. Armstrong, 185.
275; Sir Winfred, 28, 276 ; embarkation of Rhenish Missionary Society, 151.
Messrs. Tracy and Little, 389.

Rodosto-see Coustantinople.
Mandalasalie-see Madura.
Marash-see Aintab.

Salonica-see Jews.
Marsovan station, 4, 23, 47-9, 103–5, 123, 266-7; Samalia-see Constantinople.

death of Mr. Sulpben, 29, 47-9, 266; persecu- Sandwich Islands mission, 10, 27, 57, 129, 188,
tion, 103-4; progress in other places, 101-5, 252, 284, 289, 328, 334, 369–79; annual sur.
123, 186, 266 ; station report, 266; progress at vey, 10; schools, 10, 290-1, 373, 377; liber-
Marsovan, 266.

aliy, 10, 130, 183, 253, 284, 290, 376–7, 378;
Micronesia mission, 9, 81-90, 117, 329, 365, 372, change of plan, 10, 28–30, 369; the churches,

379–81; annual survey, 9; origin of the mis- 10, 57, 129-30, 252, 371-%; reflex influence of
sion, 9, 10. 372; voyage of exploration, 81-90; the Micronesia mission, 10, 188, 372; David
Kingsmill Islands, 81–3; Strong's Island, 83-7'; Malo ordained, 27; revivals, 57, 130, 188,
the King, 81–7; station at Strong's Island, 252, 292, 376; Hilo, 57, 289–92, 377, 378;
85-6; Ascension Island, 87-90; station ai Romanism, 57, 291, 370 ; Waimea, 129;

defection, 129; Waialaa, 188; Kekela, 81, in the mountains, 232 ; Tyre, 232; Mr. Benton
188, 281, 372–5; Kauai, 252; the small-pox, at B’hamdun, 301; report on, 32). See also
291, 376, 377, 378, 379; Marquesas mission Abeih, Beirúi, Hasbeiya, Sidon, Tripoli.
commencert

, 284, 373–5, 378; progress in civi- Table Mountain-see Zulus.
lization, 289, 377; public celebrations, 289-91; Tarsus—see Aintab.
temperance, 290–1; report on, 328 ; special | Tirumungalum-see Madura.
report on, 331-8; general letier, 369; what Tocat, 4, 105, 123, 186, 266, 357.
God hath wroughi, 369; children of the mis- Trebizond station, 4, 105-6, 136-7, 218, 267,
sionaries, 369–70; past annual meetings, 370; 359-60; prospeci ai Trebizond, 105, 137, 218,
health. 370, (and see small-pox;) Mormon- 359 ; prospect in other places, 106; the church,
ism, 371; the government, 371; native preach- 136, 218, 267, 359; days of fasung, 136, 262
ers, 373; Sabbath whaling, 374; South Kona, station report, 267'; deliverance from persecu -
375–71.

tion, 359.
Satara mission, 6, 156, 209–11, 218–9, 251, 284; Tripoli station, 4, 100, 123, 283; Mr. Wilson's

annual survey, 6; formation of, 6; the church, visit to Homs, 100; progress, 123 ; tour of Mr.
6, 156 ; schools, 6, 156, 218; Krishna Row, Foot, 283; Maroniles, 283.
156, 210; inquirers, 156 ; services in the Turkish proper names, orthography of, 125.
chapel, 209-10; discussion, 210; Mrs. Graves's Tuscaroras, mission to, 13, 157, 314, 330; annual
school, 219; death of Mrs. Burgess, 219. 251–2; survey, 13; the church, 13, 157, 314; general

embarkation of Mr. and Mrs. Barker, 281. progress, 13, 314; schools, 157, 314; boarding
Schoolcraft's work on the Indians, 182.

school, 157, 314; angual report, 314; benevo-
Scotch Established Church missions, 279.

lence, 314; temperance, 31+; report on, 330.
Scotch Free Church missions, 147, 281.
Senecas, mission 10, 12, 157, 313-5, 330; annual Umlazi-see Zulus.

survey, 12; advance in civilization, 12, 157, Umsunduzi-see Zulus.
313; Cattaraugus, 12, 157, 313; Alleghany, Umiwalumi-see Zulus.
12, 314; the churches, 12, 157, 314-5; benevo- Umvoti-see Zulus.
Jence, 12, 314; schools, 13, 313–5; Seneca United Presbyterian missions, 278, 314.
hymn books, 13; changes, 13; station reports,

313-5; the press, 314; repori on, 330. Waialua -see Sandwich Islands.
Seroor, 6, 174; station report, 174; inquirers, Waimea-see Sandwich Islands.

174; the church, 174; tours, 174; Raichun- Wayland's Life of Judson, 361.
dra, 174.

Wesleyan Missionary Society, 119, 219.
Severek-see Aintab.

Wheelock--see Choctaws.
Shanghai, Mr. and Mrs. Bridgman at, 281.
Sidon station, 4, 58, 195, 232; interest at Sidon, Zeitoon-see Aintab.

58, 232; annual report, 195 ; persecution, 196; Zulus, mission to, 3, 33–44, 116, 156, 227-32,
Tyre, 232.

325, 385-8, 389-90; annual survey, 3; church-
Sivas, 4, 50, 105, 267, 357.

es, 3, 36, 37, 40-2, 157, 231, 386-3, 389-90;
Sivagunga-see Madura.

schools, 3, 231, 386, 387; the press, 3, 386 ;
Smyrna station, 4, 123, 272; church organized, opposition, 3, 33, 35, 33-10, 116; policy of the

123; station report, 272; Thyatira, 272 ; Alag. government, 33, 36; Umwalumi, 33, 43; de-
nesia, 272.

pravity, 34, 36; Table Mountain, 34; rain.
South Kona-see Sandwich Islands.

maker, 34; annual report, 35–7; Dr. Adams,
Stockbridge-see Choctaws.

35, 42; statistics, 37; station reports, 37-44,
Strong's Island-see Micronesia.

387–8; Umsunduzi, 37, 44, 116, 387; native
Swedish Missionary Society, 118, 315.

creed, 39; encouragement, 41; Umvoti, 41,
Syria mission, 4, 58. 100, 123, 131-2, 156, 156, 231; Isidombini, 42, 227, 387; Umlazi, 42,
193–200, 218, 232, 283, 304, 326, 365; annual 230; Ilumi, 43, 387–8; ignorance, 227; super-
survey, 4; churches, 5, 131, 197, 198, 283; stition, 227-8; perils of missionaries, 229–30;
schools, 5, 193; political disquiet, 58; arrival Romanism, 230; Natal, 230-1; report on, 325 ;
of Mr. and Mrs.' Benton, 156; arrival of Mr. mission leller, 385; new chapels, 335; native
and Mrs. Bird and Miss Cheney, 218; interest helpers, 386 ; annual meeting for 1853, 386-7.

INDEX TO NAMES OF PERSONS.

The following Index contains the Names of the Missionaries and Assistant Missionaries whose communi-

cations are inserted in this volume, and those about whom information is given.

Abraham, Andrew, 3.
Bailey, Edward, 10.

Benjamin, Nathan, 3, 176, 257
Abraham, Mrs., 3.
Bailey, Mrs., 10.

265, 272, 317.
Adams, Moses N., 11, 99. Baldwin, Caleb C., 9.

Benjamin, Mrs., 3.
Adams, Mrs., 11.
Baldwin, Mrs., 9.

Bennet, Miss Hannah, 10.
Adams, Newton, 3, 35, 42, 230. Baldwin, Dwight, 9, 27, 379. Benton, W, A., 4, 60, 156, 304.
Adams, Mrs., 3, 42, 386. Baldwin, Mrs., 9.

Benton, Mrs., 4, 60, 156, 304-5.
Agnew, Miss Eliza, 7.
Ball, Dyer, 8, 68.

Best, Jacob, 2, 16, 226–7.
Aiken, Miss L. M., 365. Ball, Mrs., 8.

Bigelow, Miss Chloe, 10, 11.
Alexander, W. P., 10, 27. Ball, J. N., 257, 284, 389. Bird, William, 124, 218.
Alexander, Mrs., 10.
Ball, Mrs., 284, 389.

Bird, Mrs., 124, 218.
Allen, D. O., 6.

Ballantine, H.,6,90,172-3,251-2. Bishop, Artemas, 10.
Andrews, C. B., 9.

Ballantine, Mrs , 6, 90, 172. Bishop, Mrs., 10.
Andrews, Mrs., 9.

Barker, William P., 284. Bishop, Miss L. S., 365.
Arms, Miss Maria P., 10, 11,308. Barker, Mrs., 284.

Bissell, Lemuel, 6, 174.
Backus, Miss Elizabeth, 10, 11. Beals, John A., 10.

Bissell, Mrs., 6.

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