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at this time, who are constant attendants Our last datc from Mr. Malcom, is Ran: at the house of prayer. We hope ere
goon River, May 17. His health continucd long they will be brought by the govd, and though the rains had begun, he “Good Shepherd” into his fold. There
was expecting to procecd shortly to Pegu, are some others who have a hope of
and Bassein, and subsequently to Ava. He pardoned sin, that we think will ask for would take with hin Ko Shoon, to distri. baptism, perhaps at our next monthly bute tracts and preach on the way to Ava, and meeting
July 3. A large number at worship would probably be accompanied by one of the to-day, inore than could get scats ;
missionaries from Rangoou or Maulmein. solemn attention by most of the con
Some of the Mission families were suffer. gregation ; some were deeply affected. ing from severe sickness, particularly Mr.
11. My heart was made glad this Abbott, and the three children of Mr. Bennett; morning while in conversation with a the latter from small pox, and the former Creek of note. He introduced the from jungle sever. Hope was entertained, subject, and said, “I want to follow the May 14, of Mr. A's recovery: the others Lord, and be baptized."
were decidedly convalescent. Mrs. Bennett's 13. Had
conversation this morning with the Creek mentioned the bealth had been much impaired, by attend. eleventh. He seems very decided and
ance on her children, but it was lioped tem. fully prepared to take the oath of allegi porarily. The health of Mr. Oxgood had heen ance to the King of kings. He has for- | improved by his late excursions, but not lully merly been addicted to drinking, but for re-established. Mr. Vinton bad pot returned six months past has regularly attended from the jungle. worship on Lord's-days, and for about the Much apprehension was selt in regard same length of time, abandoned the cup to the prevalence of the small pox at Amaltogether. I noticed his progress herst and Tavoy.
Mr. Malcom writes, with deep interést.
under date Maulmein, May 14,16. Church meeting, a goodly num. ber of the members met. The Lord
I regret to have to say, that since granted us his gracious presence while my last, the small pox has broken out together. The Creek mentioned the at Amherst, and the gentleman into eleventh, was present, and related his whose house Mr. and Mrs. Haswell religious feelings, and desired baptism. were received for a few days, has come The church unanimously received him. up here with it, for medical treatment.
17. An overflowing assembly at It is also spreading into Tavoy, and we worship. The baptismal scene fear the Karens in the two schools, solemn, and the congregation at the and in the theol. school, will fly into house of prayer was attentive to the the jungle, and break up our interestword preached.
ing plans there for this rains. The (To be continued.)
children of the missionaries here, have all been vaccinated within a forinight, with matter fresh from Madras, but not one shows any signs of its taking. It
nonplusses all the regimental surgeons, The missionaries designated to Greece, to account for it, but though for many (p. 256,) with tveir wives, Mrs. Hephzibah years it has been continually tried, it Sullivan Pasco, of this city, and Mrs. Cath- cannot be made to succeed. arine G. Love, of Coventry, R. I., sailed from Our last date from Tavoy, is April 5, by this port in the Greek brig, Alexandros, journal of Mrs. Wade, who had returned that Capt. Alexandro, on Tuesday, Oct. 24, for day from Matah. Messrs. Wade and Mason Patras. Services at their embarkation, Sing- / and Miss Gardner were still at Maulinein. ing; and Prayer, by the Rev. Mr. Hague. Mr. Kincaid, with Mrs. K. and her sister,
who had arrived there March 27, and proLatest Intelligence from Burmah. ceeded to Maulmein, with Messrs. Webb and
Howard, to attend the Missionary ConvenBy the ship Eugene, Capt. Hallet, from tion, returned to Rangoon, April 9, and soon Calcutta, which arrived at this port the 9th. after set out for Ava. Last date from Ranult., coinmunications of great interest have goon, May 28. been received from Mr. Malcom and the Mr. and Mrs. Ingalls bad returned to missionaries, which will be published in our Maulmein, after being on the water six weeks, Dext volume.
trying in yaia to reach Arracan.
DEPARTURE OF MISSIONARIES.
Death of Rev. Luther Bice.
The Rev. Luther Rice, one of the earliest Missionaries of the Board, and for several years the indefatigable Agent of the General Convention, died in Edgefield District, S. C., September 25, after a short illness, in the 54th year of his age.
Donations from October 15, to November 15, 1836.
Lansing, N. Y., 14,64; Spencer, N. Y., 2d ch. 12,18, for do.,
Alabama State Convention-collected in May, 1836, for For. Miss.,
Miss Margaret Screven 10; Mrs. M. A. Frierson 10; Miss Emma E. Frierson,
Collected in June, for For. Miss.,
Kezia Stewart 1; Tuscaloosa 104; Mt. Pleasant, Tuscaloosa Co., 14; Mrs.
Miss M. Ashford ,13; Miss S. Ashford ,50; Miss Susan Ashford ,12; John Ashford ,37; George Ashford ,25; James Ashford ,13; Rev. Joseph Ryan 2; Mrs. C. Ryan l; Mrs. M. M. Doveson 1; Miss Mary M. Ryan 1; Miss E. W. Ryan 1; Miss E. H. Ryan ,25; John K. Ryan ,25; Hosea E. Ryan 5; Hopewell 1,75; Rev. Peter Crawford 5; Mrs. M. C. Crawford 1; L. Y. Tarrant 5; Miss Éliza Crawford 1; Siloan 11,50; Mrs. A. B. Lea 2; Providence, Perry Co., 45,81; Oakmulgee 15,19; Mrs. Jancy Everett 1; Pisgah 17,50; Concord 15,50; Jesse H. Croom 10; Mrs. Leah Smith 1; Mrs. Ann Smith 1; Miss Hepsy Smith 1; Allen Smith 1; Wm. 11. Smith ,25; Spring Hill 38,12; An. derson Miles 1; Mt. Gilead 10,50,
202,87 Collected in August, for For. Miss., John Reynolds 1; Sister Springs 5; Levi Jordan 5; Shiloh 8,50; James Bul.
lock 2; Fellowship, Wilcox Co., 70,38; Miss Jane Lide ,1??; Mary Ann Lide
Collected in May, June, and July, 1836, for Bur. Bible,
Kirven and family 5; Mrs. V. Ross, Mi., 5; Francis Thomas, do., 10; Mrs. M.
vid Lee 5; C, M. Cochran 25; Ira Mador 2; Concord, Dallas Co., 29,25; Josiah Ellington ,50; Thomas Chiles 2; Mrs. Martha Goree 10; Jephtha McCraw 5; John M. Moore 20; Jesse Hartwell 50,75,
817,75 Collected in Mississippi, in June, for For. Miss., Mt. Pleasant, Kemper Co., 61,81; New Bethel 59,37; Rebecca, Alexander, and
Thomas McCaskill ,75; Mary A. P. Sanders 1,50; Mrs. Connor 1; Mrs.
Spann 1; Columbus 38,50; Macon 46,38; Mrs. Achsah McCaskill 5, 215,31 Bethel, Muscogee Co, Ga., 32,57; Mrs. Margaret lluff 5; Stephen Miller 5; Joba Culler 5; Rev. C. M. Breaker 5; for For. Miss.
52,57 A Presbyterian brother 20; Rev. Win. Woodward 2,50; Daniel McWilliams 1; Jacob Hollingsworth ,37; For Bur. Miss.,
23,87 Mrs. M. Morse, for Mrs. Wade, 5;—per Rev. Jesse Hartwell, Ag't. B'd., 2568,12
Also, for Bap. Miss. Mag., from the same, 105,80.
Collected subsequently, by the same,
Thomas Lake 10; Rev. J. M. Chiles 10; Wm. Protbiro, jr. 10; N. L. Griffin 10; George Pope 10; Rev. Z. Watkins 10; L. Devore 10; Wm. Brunson 10; Daniel Prescoti 10; George Riley 5; M. Mims 10; Bailey Corley 10; Mark Echiridge 5; L. Reynolds 10; E. Belcher 10; John D. Adams 10; Wm. Smith 10; Jonathan hnson 10; John Daby 10; Joseph Griffin 10; Daniel Bruuson 10; Rev. W. B. Johnson D), D., 10; Rev. M. M. Abney 5; Tho. S. Youngblood l; Rev. S. Cartledge 5; Jas. B. Harris 1; Joel Roper 2; Rev. W. ri Hill 2; Rev. John Trapp 2; Wm. Prothro, sen. 10; Jas. Tompkins 10; Geo. L. Penn 5; Fem. Working Soc., Edgefield, 10;-Hoffman 2; Mrs. Mary Comply 1,75; G. D. Mims 5; Eum, Peon 1; Miss A. R. Wallace ,50; Angelina Marshal ,50; Catharine Nichols 1; Salama Geiger 2; Sarah Mims ,50; Sarah Nicholas ,50; Aun Johnson ,25; Francis ('. Johnson ,25; Thomas Johnson ,25; Walker J. Brooks 1; Rev. N. W. Hudges 1,
410,50 670,05 Collected at the Boston Asso., Ms., Charlestown, Bap. Prim. Miss. Soc. 50; Townsend ch. and soc. 17,60; Townsend
ch. mon. con. 10,64; Hingham ch. mon. con. 6,07; Woburn Miss. Soc. and mon. con. 32; Weston mon. con. 15; Newton, two females, per Rev. J. Gras. ton 2; Do. Fem. Miss. Soc. 17,81; Medway ch. mon.con. 11,74; Littleton Fem. Benev. Soc. 12; do. ch. and soc. 7,35; per Levi Farwell, Esq.,
182,11 Vermont State Convention, for Bur. Miss. 494; Rev. D. Packer, for Bur. bib.,
100; do. for sup. nat. preacher among Karens, 100;--- per John Conant, Esq.
treas. Vt. State Con., Pawlet, Vt., Eleanor Blakely, part of bequest, interest to be annually expended for Bur. Miss., prin. 30, int. 3,-per Rev. Hadley I'rocter,
33, South Reading, MB., Fem. Miss. Soc., for Ind. Sia. near Shawanoe, Mrs. Blan
chard teacher-per 0. Sweetser, Esq., Sedgwick, Me., Fem. Miss. Suc., Mrs. Hepzibeth Cole, tr., for Bur. Mics.,--per Daniel Morgan jr., Esq.,
15,40 Readfield, Me., For. Miss. Soc. Bowdoinbam Asso., for For. Miss., 130; Bur. bible, 20,-per Joseph Fogg, Esq., treas.,
150, Newton, Ms., 2 i Bap. ch. mon. con. col. during 6 mo.,-per Rev. O. Crane, Blaehill, Me., Fem. Prim. Soc., Sedgwick Bay, per Rev. James Gillpatrick, treas. Hancock Aux. Miss. Soc., by Mr. Newton Slover,
28,60 Seekonk, Ms., Fem. For. Miss. Soc. 17,50; Bap. Benev. Soc. 8,
25,50 Dutchess Bap. Asso., N. Y., per W. Winchell, Esq., treas., by E. Hopkins, Esq., 20, Am. and For. Bible Soc., for print. and circ. versions of S’s. made by missiona. ries of the Board, -per William Colgate, Esq., treas.,
5000, Society Hill
, S. C., Thomas P. Lide, Esq.- per Messrs. John Kirkpatrick & Co., 393, Webster, Ms., Bap. ch. and soc. 25; a friend, for Bur. Miss. 1,- per Mr. S. Robinson, 26, Westport, N. Y., Benj. Angier, for Bur. Miss.,
2, Richfield, Medina Co., O., Nathaniel Oviatt, Esq., for sup. nat. teacher, Moung
Kye-a, 2d payment, 100; Bap. ch. Franklin, Portage Co., O., for Bur. bib., per Rev. Silas Barns 3; Mrs. Benton and daughter, of Kingsville, Ashtabula Co., O., for Bur. Miss., 1,- per B. Rouse, Esq.,
104, Cumberland Co., Me., For. Miss. Soc., for Eur. bib., 94,50; For. Miss., 99,66, per David Trull, Esq., treas.,
194,16 Martha Seward,- per Mrs. Wade, May, 1836, by H. M.“ for bible in Bormab," 1, Newton Theol. Insi. mon. con.,-per Mr. C. B. Davis,
16,78 Nashville, Tenn., Rev. Rob't. Boyte C. Howell, for Mr. Judson's translation of Bur. bible,
10,358,05 H. LINCOLN, Treasurer.
Abbott, Rev. E. L., Arrival at Maulmein, Cameron, Rev. J. D., Letter of, 1£0; or.
23, 93, 129, 201, 255
sions, Operations of, 10; donations 216, 237; state and prospects of, 119;
moval to Omahas,
Rangoon, 14; tour on Altaran r., 57;
tour on Dah-Giyieng, 78, 102; arrival
at Calcutta, 96; arrival at Sadiya, 279
122 Cutter and Brown, Messrs., Journal of, 10
Foreign Missions, Ex. from report of, 56 Davenport, Rev. R. D., Arrival at Sing-
Rev. S. S., Arrival of, at Calcutta, 208
92 Dean, Rev. W., Lelter of, 44, 67; jour-
nal, 44, 116, 191, 216, 237; departure
Dean, Mrs. M. C., Death of,
France, Mission to, 71, 133, 174, 198,
Gardner, Mies A. P., Arrival of, at Ta.
voy, 83; letter of,
157 Germany, Mission to, 22, 135, 222; re-
Greece, Mission to,
Hall, Rev. Levi, Departure of,
Hancock, Mr. R. B., Return of, to Maul-
Haswell, Rev. J. M., Arrival at Maul.
Hayti, Mission to,
Howard, Rev. H., Journal of,
India, British, Appeal on behalf of, 27
Ingalls, Rev. L., Arrival at Maulmein, 279
136, 161, 185, 209, 241, 263, 281, Jenkins, F., Esq., Letter of, 19, 21
Jones, Rev. J. T., Letters of, 45, 65, Rice, Miss M., Sickness of, 94; depart-
193, 215; journal, 233; excursion on ure of, 201; arrival at Sault de Ste.
95 Rollin, Rev. D. B., Journal of, 46, 94,
178, 201, 223, 298; letter of,
Sadiya. See Shyans.
Sheldon, Rev. D. N., Arrival at Paris,
71; letters, 71, 198; visit to Depart-
279; letter of
Shway Dokc, Moung, Conversion of,
Shway Moung, Moung, Notices os,
Shyans, Mission to, 19, 98, 150, 194,
Siam, Mission to, 45, 147, 193, 215,
233; translation of Matthew for, 46;
report on, 123; literature of, 194; lan-
guage of, application of Roman charac.
ter 10, 194; prevalent vices in,
Simons, Rev. T., Return from Arracao,
211; departure of, froin Maulmein, 95;
arrival at Ava, 188, 267; journal, 241,
Steevens, Mr. J., Letter of,
39 Tavoy, Summary of mission,
Taunali, or Too-noo, Death of,
Taylor, Miss Lucy H., Departure of,
Thomas, Rev. Jacob, Departure of,
Trevelyan, Esq., C. E., Letter of,
Tucker, Rev. E., Letter of,
Vinton, Rev. J. H., Journal of, 85, 110,
188; arrival at Cbummeralı, 85; visit
to Tuoy, 95, 112; itineracies, 110;
113, 115, 214
114; letter of,
Vocabulary of Indo-Chinese languages,
126, 179, 224
Proposal for forming a comparative,
203; plan of,
129, 279 273; letters of, 114, 115, 213, 273
127, 130, 203 Wade's Mrs., Journal of, at Matah, 36,
63, 81, 274; letters of, 168, 169, 171;
300 Webb, Rev. A., Return of, to Rangoon,
124, 154 | Willard, Rev. E., Leller of, 296; removal
Willmarth, Rev. I. M., Letter of, 296;
301 | Willson, Rev. Jobin S., Death of, 126