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Meigs, Rev. B. C. letters from, 75,318— Paris, oatacombs of, described,

355
journal of, at Batticotta,

224 Parsons, Rev. Levi, designated for the
Mieigs, Retura' J. Esq. letter from,

131 mission to Palestine, 98-his prepara-
Melvill, John, Esq. his kindness to tions for departure, 546—embarks on
Messrs. Richards and Warren,
278,279 the mission,

575
Memoir of Miss Eliza Harris, 140-of Peacham, Ver. revival of religion in, 181

Gen. Huntington, 143—of the Rev. Dr. Peck, Rev. Mr. a Baptist missionary,
Spring,

his talk to the Cherokees on the Ar-
Memory, extraordinary instance of, 60 kansaw,
Memnon, statue of, transported from

Pennsylvania, increasing attention to
Egypt, 307—deposited in the British

missions in,

130
Museum,

ib. Percy, Rev. William, D. D. death of, 456
Meridian, measurement of an arc of the, Perkins, Mr. Jabez, death of

456
in India,

$56
Persecution at Geneva,

348
Millennium, knowledge to be immensely Persia, toleration of Christianity in, ISS
increased during that period,

55

-inquiries in, concerning Christianity, 194
Mills and Burgess, Messrs. their mission Perversion of publie taste in religion,
to Africa,

242 mischief of,
Milne, Rev. W. superintends the Anglo Polar expedition return of,

358
Chinese College at Malacca,

169

Pompeii excavations of, described, 451–
Ministers, their duty to become acquaint. magnificence of its ruins,

ib.
ed with idissionary subjects,

401

Poor, Rev. Daniel, letters from, 75,918
Miscellaneous notices respecting religion -journal of,

80,375,417
and missions, i30, 235,336,432,574 Population of Europe,

45+
Missionaries at Bombay, letters from, 222,286 Porter, Rev. Dr. review of his sermon, 9
466,472—at Ceylon,

journal of, 80,224,575 Potass, manufacture of from potatoe lops, 454
417-letters from, 75,318-at Brain.

Prile, William W. joins the mission to
erd, journal of, 41,322,368-letters the Choctaws,

555
from, 128,432—at Elliot, letter from,

Priestley, Dr. his denial of the atone.
313--journal of, 460--embarkation of,

ment, 18—his opinion of Christ,

ib.
for Ceylon, 31%-for the Sandwich Isl.

Principles, influence of, on the conduct, 103
ands, 528-for Palestine,

575
Proposal to the churches,

89
Missionary stations, survey of, 265,361,409

Public services, the common motives for
457-reading, necessity and value of, 399

performing them,

262
Missionary cause, its claims on the public, 575 Pyramid of Cephrenes opened and ex-
Missions, Winslow's History of, reviewed, 405

plored,

SOT
Moore, Rev. Dr., review of his sermon, 300 Readers, notice to,

43
Moral character, imperceptibly formed

Readling on missionary subjects, duty and
by liabits of th- ught,

343
necessity of,

399
Moral law, its claims not abated,

532

Reasoning by analogy, frequent abuse of, 494
Mosse, Rev. Dr. review of his system of Regeneration, the sublime change accom-
Geography,

456
plished by it,

119

Repentance, appropriate meaning of the
Narraganset Indsans, school among,

573

word, as used in the New Testament, 496
Newark, N. Jer. revival of religion at, 133

Report of the Corban Society, 528_of
New England Tract Society, Fifth annual

the Fem. Society for promoting Chris.
report of,

477

tianity among the Jews, 328 -of the
Newell, Rev. Samuel, visits Caranja, 466

New England Tract Society, 477_of
- visits Bankote,

the Prudential Committee of A. B. C.
Newell, Mrs., letter from,
37 F. M.

507,545
New Orleans, labors of Mr. Cornelius at, 190

Reprieve, an impressive exhibition of the
New Publications, 24,72,120,416,264,360,480

power of government,

20
Now Stockbridge Indians, mission among, 571 Resolutions, weakness of, 505 —and often
Nichols, Mrs. journal of, 134,217,280

easily broken,

506
Northern expedition of discovery,

358

Restraints of divine grace, incalculable
Notice's to rialers, 48--to correspond. value of,

949
ents, 216,560—to the friends of mis.

Review of the Rev. Dr. Porter's sermon,
siouis,

575

9 - of Neal's History of the Paritans,

Vol. 5, 49-of Mr. Worcester's Gazet.
Obinars notiees, 140,143,144,190,456, 180

teer, 69—of the Third Report of the
Oljections to creeds, futility of,

446

American Education Society, 45,206
Obokiah, Henry, review of the Me. of the Memoirs of Miss Caroline
moirs of,

250

Smelt, 162_of Memoirs of Miss Em.
Chio, letter from a clergyman in,

235

ma Humphries, 200—of the Second
Opinion, confidence in, destroyed by va. Report of the American Colonization
rious causes,

63

Society, 241-of Memoirs of Henry
Orulinaliou of the missionaries to the

Obookiah, 250-of Rev. Dr. Beecher's
Sandwich Islands,

sermon at the funeral of Obookiah, 250
Otabeite, increasing success of missions in, 573

—of the Rev. Mr. Harvey's serion,

261- of the Rev. Mr. Keep's sermon,
Palestine, mission to, 545- de-ign and

295- of Rev. Dr. Moore's Election
prospects of the mission, 5-16-embulk.

sermon, 300-of Winslow's llistory of

570
auron of the missionaries,

inissions, 205--of Dr. Morse's Uni-

467

526

versal Geography, Seventh edit. 136-

Statistics of Europe,

454
of the Rev. Mr. Humphrey's sermon, 499 Statue of Memnon, transported from
Richards, Rev. James, letter from, to Dr. Egypt to London, 507—deposited in
Worcester, 65,277-to the Treasurer the British Museum,

ib.
of the A. B, C. F. M. 279-to Mr. Stock bridge Indians, mission among, 572
Thaddeus Warren, 320-bis arrival at Suffering for the cause of Christ, distin-
the Cape of Good Hope, 35-sickness, guished from suffering for sin,

193
ib.-departs from the Cape on his Survey of India,

455
return to Ceylon,

278 Survey of Protestant Missionary Sta-
Rio de Janeiro, letter from a gentleman tions,

264,361,409,457
at, 230--situation and climate of, 231
-deplorable state of morals in, ib. Talents, splendid, on the application of, 533
ignorance and vice of the Catholic

-perversion of,

ib.
clergy there, 232-extract of a letter Taste, a perverse one in religion, evils of, 9
from,

327 Technical terms in Theology, necessityof, 444
Ruggles, Mr. Samuel, embarks on the Texts illustrated, Joho x, 9, p. 1-Gal. iv,
mission to the Sandwich Islands, 528

19-97-Rom. iii, 9-

S37
Russia, progress of civilization in, 452 Thom, Rev. George, letter from,

36
Rutledge, Hon. John, death of,

456 Thurston, Rev. Asa, ordivation of, as a
Sabbath schools, hints on the mode of missionary to the Sandwich Islands, 526
teaching,
138 -embarkation of,

528
Sailing of missionaries to Ceylon, 312– Tillipally; [See Ceylon.)

to the Sandwich Islands, 528-to Pal. Tract Society, New England, fifth report of, 477
estine,

575 Translation of Matthew iii, 2, remarks on, 496
Sandgate, Ver. revival of religion at, 132
Sandwich Islands, mission to announced, Uncharitable judgment, causes of,

5
428-ordination of the missionaries,526 Union of religious denoininations, 137
- formation of the mission church, Unitarianism, its natural tendency, 18–
527-embarkation of the missionaries, hostility of its advocates to essential
528 -donations to in various articles,

truths of the Gospel,

10,14,15
567-report of the Prudential Com Universalism, reflections on,

64
mittee respecting the,

558
Scriptures, contemptuous treatment of, 347 Vaccination a security against the plague, 306
Scudder, Dr. John, sails as a missionary Vesuvius, description of, 449-eruption of, 450
to Ceylon, 319-mention of,

515
Senecas and Musees, mission to,

572

Warren, Rev. Edward, death of,35—some
Sheep, rearing of, an easy method of account of his sickness, death, 36,279,278,320

raising funds for benevolent objects, 172 Washburn, Rev. Cephas,designated to the
Sierra Leone, colony of, described, 246 Arkansaw mission,

557
Sin, on the confession of, 483—-suffering Watchfulness of Christians, advantages of, 292

for it distinguished from suffering for Whitney, Mr. Samuel, embarks on the
Christ,

193 mission to the Saudwieli Islands, 528
Sinners, in what respects some are better Wilberforce, Mr. his speech before the

than others, 338-how they resemble British and Foreign Bible Society, 473
each other, 339-often offended at the Winslow, Rev. Miron, sails as a mission-
plain preaching of the Gospel, 13,14 ary to Ceylon, 312—review of his bis-
Slave tradle, carried on by Americans, 247 tory of missions,

405
-accumulated miseries of it in Africa, 421 Wiscasset and vicinity, Foreign Mission
Slare trader, character of a,

117

Society, extracts from report of, 172
Slave voyage described,

244 Witches, superstitions of the Choctaws
Smelt, Miss Caroline, review of the Me concerning,

462
moirs of,

162 Women fattered and praised for encour-
Society for propagating the Gospel, aging war, 499_censured for aiding
abridged report of the, 571-oslicers of, 573 missions,

ib.
Soil and productions of Bombay,

S83 Woolward, Rev. IIenry, embarks as a
Sophistry, illusions of,
985 missionary to Ceylon,

312
South Africa, notice of the missions in,

S6

Worcester County, Ms. revival of religion
Southgate, Virs. Mary W. obituary no-

in several towns of,

133
tice of,

190 Worcester, Mr.J. E review of bis Gaz-
South sea Islands, success of the mis. etteer of the United States, 69-re-
sions in,

573
marks on it,

108
Sovereigns allied, declaration of,

47 Worldly men, their zeal compared with
Spaulding, Rev. Levi, embarks as a mis. that of Christians,

280
sionars to Ceylon,

S12 Wretchedness of the world, numerous
Sperschneider, Rer Mr. charge to by the sources of the,

889
Archdeacol of London,

27 Wright, Nir. Alfred, assigned to the
Spring, Rev. Samuel, D. D. memoir of, 144 Chociaw Mission,

B

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