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MISSIONARY HERALD,

CONTAINING

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,

WITH A VIEW OF

OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS.

FOR THE YEAR 1852.

VOL. XLVIII.

BOSTON :

PRESS OF T. R. MARVIN, 42 CONGRESS STREET.

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.

IN D E X

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Abeih-see Syria.

reformation, 4, 346, 356–9; the press, 4; tolAbenaquis, mission to, 14; annual survey, 14. eration, 4; help needed, 4, 120, 347, 356; Mr. Adabazar, 4, 48–9, 156, 188, 194, 330.

and Mrs. Surphen, 28, 125; openings, 120, Africa, South, mission 10-see Zulus; discover- 193, 195, 346, 356–9; annual meeting, 193; ies in, 88, 155.

station reports, 193; report at the meeting of Africa, West, mission to-see Gaboon.

the Board, 295. See also Aintab, ConstantiAfrican discovery, 88, 155.

nople, Erzrûm, Marsovan, Trebizond, Smyrna. Ahmednuggur mission, 6–7, 27, 59, 148–9, 253, Associaie Presbyterian missions, 26.

296, 339–42; annual survey, 6; changes, 6; Associate Reformed Presbyterian missions, 248. schools, 7, 148 ; churches, 7, 27, 59, 149; bap- Assyria, mission to, 5, 28, 59, 75–7, 108–12, 125, tisms, 7, 27, 59, 149; arrival of Mr. and Mrs. 142-4, 233-5, 263-4, 296, 333-7, 388; annual Bissell, 27; tours, 59, 148, 339; Bhingar, 59; survey, 5; changes, 5; churches, 5, 76; Dr. Ahmednuggur station, 148–9; seminary, 148–9; and Mrs. Lobdeli, 28, 125, 263; Mr. and Mrs. village congregations, 149, 339;

assistants, 149; Dunmore at Diarbekr, 77, 112, oppression at embarkation of Mr. and Mrs. Ballantine, 253; Mosul, 75 ; school at Mosul, 76 ; official corrup: report at the meeting of the Board, 296 ; Mr. tion, 77; Mr. Marsh's visit to Mardin and Munger's tour to Satara, 339-42.

Jebál Tour, 108 ; persecution at Diarbekr, Aintab, station at, 3-4, 22-4, 39-42, 115–8, 196, 142, 233, 333; progress at Diarbe 143,

198–201,220, 251, 331, 369-71; character of Dr. 234; Hinee, 143, 234; report at the meeting Azariah Smith, 22-4; progress of the reforma- of the Board, 296; Mr. Dunmore's journey to tion, 4, 39–42, 115-8, 198–201, 220, 251 ; jour- Erzrùm, 333; obstacles and encouragement at nals of Mr. Schneider, 39-42,115–8; the church, Mosul, 336; property recovered, 388. 39-40, 118, 196;interest in the word, 39-41, 116; baptisms, 40, 196 ; efforts for other places, 10–1, Baptist Free Mission Society, 247. 115-8, 251; Marash, 41–2, 196,251, 369; Oorfa, Baptist (English) Missionary Society, 212. 78, 115, 116, 196, 200, 263; erection of a Baptist Missionary Union, 247. church, 115; Protestant honesty, 116; a scene Basle Missionary Society, 385. at Antioch, 117; Kessab, 37, 117, 196, 199, Batticotla-see Ceylon. 200, 251, 331; Biredgik, 118; liberality, 118; Bebek-see Constantinople. station reports, 196 ; schools, 196 ; monthly Berlin Missionary Society, 384. concerts, 200; Malatia, 200; Killis, 196, 220; Bhingar-see Ahmednuggur. desire for a physican, 220.

Bombay, mission at, 6, 27, 49–51, 251, 296, 317; Aleppo, station at, 5, 36–8, 219, 347; Mr. Ford's annual survey, 6; changes, 6; the church, 6,

visit io Kessab and Antioch, 37-8; Mr. Eddy 27; baptisms, 6, 27; schools, 6; the press, 6, located, 219; church organized, 347.

50, 251; secret Hindoo society, 49 ; infidelity, American Board, survey of its missions, 1-14; 50 ; translation of the Bible, 251; signs of the

meetings in behalf of, 253; annual meeting, times, 251 ; report at the meeting of the Board, 284, 289-315; next meeting, 315; appropria- 296; defence of Hindooism, 317. tions for 1853, 388.

Borneo mission, 9, 297; annual survey, 9; report American Indian Mission Association, 246.

at the meeting of the Board, 297. American Jews' Society, 386.

British Society for Propagating the Gospel American Lutheran missions, 186.

among the Jews, 249. American Missionary Association, 25, 386. Broosa -see Constantinople. American missionary societies, statistics of, 57–8. Amoy mission, 9, 14-8, 149-52, 297; annual sur- Canton mission, 9, 28, 86-8, 125, 165–7, 220, 284,

vey, 9; preaching, 9, 14, 149; the church, 9, 297, 349; annual survey, 9; changes, 9, 86 ; 15; baptisms, 9, 15, 151 ; routine of labor, 14; schools, 9, 87; the press, 9, 87; Mr. and Mrs. schools, 14; inquirers, 15–6, 151; help asked, Vrooman, 28, 220; religious services, 86 ; 16, 151; Chiong-chiú, 17; Chinese 'Romana gambling, 87; emigration to California, 125, ized, 17, 150; Chinese printing, 17; report at 166 ; Mr. and Mrs. Brewster, 284; report at the meeting of the Board, 297.

the meeting of the Board, 297 ; embarkation Annual survey of missions, 1-14.

of Mr. and Mrs. Bridgman, 349. Arabkir, 74, 193, 334.

Ceylon mission, 8-9, 26, 59-60, 97-101, 187, 209-11, Arcot-see Madras.

220, 230-3, 252, 277–8, 297, 316, 342–6, 374–6; Armenians, mission to, 3-4, 28, 125, 193, 295, annual survey, 8; changes, 8; the churches,

346–7, 356-9; annual survey, 3; changes, 4; 8, 98, 210, 232; baptisms, 1, 9, 60, 187, 210, churches, 4; baptisms, 4; progress of the 230; Batticotta seminary, 9, 26, 187, 211, 316 ;

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