« AnteriorContinuar »
In entering upon the responsible and arduous || pected to join Mr. and Mrs. Bliss at Cattarau. work thus devolved upon them, the Secretaries gus, as teacher of the school. Miss Smith and are sustained and encouraged by the assurance Miss Johnson, are expected to stop, one that they will be remembered continually in the Dwight and the other at Fairfield, among the prayers, and have the active co-operation, of the Arkansas Cherokees; and Mr. and Mrs. Joslyn patrons and friends of the Board of every class are expected to proceed to the Union mission to and name.
With these aids, and abstaining take charge of the schools at that place. Mr. from other engagements incompatible with the Joslyn was formerly teacher of the boys' school faithful discharge of their trust, and keeping aloof al Mayhew, among the Choclaws. from the divisions of every kind that may exist Rev. Henry R. Wilson, of Shippensburg, Pa., among those evangelical Christians by whom recently of the Theological Seminary, Princeton, the missions of the Board are sustained, and de embarked at New York, November 1st, for New voting themselves, as health and strength shall Orleans, whence be will proceed up the Missisadmit, to the prosecution of the great work 10
sippi and Arkansas rivers, 1o join the missionawhich they are set apart, they indulge the hope ries among the Arkansas Cherokees. that they will be permitted to share, with their
Rev. John Fleming, of Brown's Mills, Mifflin revered predecessors, and others similarly em
county, Pa., lately of the Princeton Theological ployed, the blessedness of contributing directly / Seminary, embarked at New York for New Orand efficiently to the spread of civilization and leans, November 6th, whicnce he will proceed by Christianity through the world.
the same route with Mr. Wilson to the settle.
ments of the Creek Indians, between the ArkanORDINATIONS OF MISSIONARIES.
sas and Verdigris rivers.
For the Mediterranean.
Rev. William M. Thomson, Rev. Elias Riggs, istown, Pa. October 24th. The sermon was
and Asa Dodge, M. D., with their wives, sailed preached hy Rev. Robert McCachren, from
from Boston, on the 30th of October, in the brig Isaiah lxii. 2.
Garnet, for the Mediterraneaa mission. Doct. Mr. Henry R. Wilson, recently of the Theo- Dodge is a graduate of Bowdoin college, and a logical Seminary, Princeton, was ordained as a
licensed preacher, and is a native of Newcastle, missionary, at Shippensburg, Pa, by the Pres
Me. Mr. Thomson is from Springdale, Ohio, bytery of Carlisle, October 9th. The sermon
and received his theological education at the was preached by Rev. Mr. DeWill, of Harris
Princeton Theological Seminary. He and Doct.
is from Mendon, N. J., and the Andover TheoDEPARTURE OF MISSIONARIES.
logical Seminary, and is destined to the mission
in Greece. For Missions among the Indians.
The Instructions of the Prudential Committee
For the Sandwich Islands.
Rev. Lowell Smith, of Heath, Mass., from the Mrs. Joslyn and Miss Relief Thayer of Thetford, Auburn Seminary, Rev. Benjamia W. Parker, Miss Esther Smith of Royalton, and Miss Jeru of Reading. Mass., from the Andover Seminary, sla Jobason of Albany, N. Y., commenced their and Mr. Lemuel Fuller, printer, of Atleborough, journey, by the way of Lake Erie and the Ohio
Mass., having been designated, with the wives river, for different missions among the Indians, ll of the two former, to the Sandwich Islands misabout the 15th of October. Miss Thayer is ex
sion, a passage was engaged for them in the ship
Mentor, lo sail from New London about the middepartment. The cares and labors of the last two
dle of November. The Instructions of the Proyenin (for Dr. Cornelius did not live to enter upon the discharge of his duties at the Missionary Rooms,) dential Committee were delivered by Mr. Anhave been greater than two persons can possibly
derson, on Sabbath evening, November Ilth, Bustaig,
MISSION AMONG THE OSAGES.
in the congregational church of New London. // ries of the Board at the Sandwich Islands among
"The good work still continues among the connected with the Theological Seminary at eighteen more to our cominunion; making in all Andover, and set to music by a gentleman of more than eighty communicants. Greas is God's Boston.
mercy lo that people. Let us praise bim for
these signal favors to the Indians. The work Yes, my native land, I love thee,
still continues' among the Cherokees. Doct. All thy scenes I love them well;
Weed has opened a Sabbath school among his Friends, connections, happy country!
people, and is doing good." Can I bid you all farewell?
Can I leave you
At p. 327 of the number for October, first
column, near the bottom, for "11, Sabbath," read Can can I say --Farewell?
“10, Saturday.” The transactions are entered in Can I leave thee Far in heathen lands to dwell?
Mr. Goodell’s jourual as occurring on Saturday, Scenes of sacred pe:ine and pleasure,
and not on the Sabbath. The error was made Holy days and Sabbath bell,
by the person employed in copying extracts for Richest, brightest, sweetest treasure! Can I say a last farewell?
the press, and was not perceived by the editor.
ANNIVERSARIES OF AUXILIARIES.
MASSACHUSETTS.-The Auxiliary of Brook-
feld and Vicinity held its annual meeting al Lovely native land, Arewell!
Ware, October 16th. The report was read; after
which addresses were delivered by Rev. Daniel Far in heathen lands to dwell.
Crosby, deputation from the Board, Rev. Mr. In the deserts let me labor,
Horlon, and Rev. R. S. Storrs. Rev. Micah On the mountains let me tell
Stone, Secretary; Allen Newell, Esq. Treasurer, How He died-The blessed Savior
CONNECTICUT.-The Western Auriliary of
Fairfeld County held its 8th annual meeting
at New Canaan, October 9th. A report was
read by the Treasurer and another by the Secre. Bear me on, thou restless ocean;
tary. Addresses were delivered by Rev, Joel Let the winds my ranvass swell
Mann, Rev. Samuel Merwin, and other gentle-
men, members of the auxiliary. The following
resolution was adopted unanimously: Native land!-FAREWELL-FAREWELL!
“Resolred, Thai this society in humble re
liance upon God's blessing, do pledge to the On Tuesday evening, the missionaries and Mr. cause of foreign missions, for ihe year ensuing, a Diell were present and assisted at a numerous
sum not less than one thousand dollars."
This is nearly twice the sum raised by the missionary meeting in one of the churches of auxiliary the present year.-Rev. Theophilus Norwich. Addresses were made by Mr. Ander- | Smith, New Canaan, Secretary; Matthew Marson, Mr. Diell, and the Rev. Mr. Hyde of that
vin, Esq. Willon, Treasurer.
Maine.-- The Auxiliary Foreign Mission city, and the interest of the occasion was height
Society of Lincoln County held its last annual ened by appropriate music.
meeting at Thomasion, on the 21st of August. Much gratitude is due to friends of the cause
Rev. Mr. Clark, of Wells, was present as a delein both these cities for the hospitality and kind- gation from the Board. The following resolation
was submitted, and unanimously adopted by the
dient and desirable that foreign missionary aseo.
connected with this auxiliary be responsible for The directing committee of the Connecticut carrying this resolution into effect, in their respec
live societies, within the time specified." Bible Society have made a second appropriation
Rev. D. M. Mitchell, Secretary; Warren Rice, of 520 Bibles, to be distributed by the missiona- 1) Esq. Treasurer.
DONATION OF BIBLES FOR DISTRIBUTION IN
THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
0810.-The Auxiliary of Geauga County Canaan, Gent. and la.
9 85 held its first anniversary at Claridon, October Dartmouth College and Hanover
Plain, Gent. 37,12; la. 68,16; 16th. The report of the executive committee
142 62 was read, and addresses delivered by several
mon. col. 37,334; Dorchester, Gent, and la.
5 00 clergymes. -Rev. Myron Tracy, Claridon,
Grotoni, Gent, and la.
3 00 Secretary; Doct. John H. Matthews, Painesville, Haverhill, Gent. 12; la. 6,44; I'reasurer.
mon. con. 24;
42 44 Hebroni, Gent, and la.
Lebanon, Gent. 12,33; Ja. 24;
86 33 New YORK.- The Central Society Auxiliary Orfurol, Man, con.
3 70 to the A. B. C. F. M., for Western New York, Orford West, J. B. Wheeler,
5 00 was organized on the first Tuesday of February
Piernout, Mon. cun. 5,45; X last
Plymouth, Gent. 12; la. 37,87; Hon. N. W. Howell, LL. D., President;
mon. can. 40,13;
90 00 Res H. Dwight,
14 65 Col. H. Camp,
10 00 Hon, L. T. Stevens,
Vice Presidents; Col. G. Beckwith,
499 78 Hon. B. Green,
Ded. expenses paid by aux. so. 2 64-497 14 C. Masten, Esq.,
Hartford cu. CL. J. R. Woodbridge, Rev. 3. P. String, Secretary;
Tr. Rev. A. D. Eddy, Treasurer;
Berlin, Kensington so. Young Rev. A. Dwiglit,
men's nuss. so.
7 50 Walter Hubbell, Esq.
12 00 Secretary and 'Treasurer,
East Windsor, N. so. La, to con-
the Rev. SHUBAEL
BARTLETT an Honorary Mem-
ber of the Board,
Glastenbury, A friend, 50; Mrs. FROM OCTOBER 16TH, TO NOVEMBER 15TH,
J. H. 1;
51 00 Granby, Ist so. Gent. 18,50; la. INCLUSIVE.
35 01 Hartford, North, La.
10 41 1. AUXILIARY SOCIETIES.
Manchexler, Gent. (of which fr. Central duz. 30. of Western Nero
RALPH R. PHELIS, wkich con. York, Rev. A. D. Eddy, Tr.
filter hin an Honorary Antora, Iv; Dea. Gaylord, 12;
Member of it:e Board, 100;) 180 00
10 56 East Bloomfield,
80 00 Genesen, 10 75
362 85 llope well,
100_361 85 17 00
Merrimack co. N. H., S. Evans, Tr. Palmyra, Mon. con. 75; la. aux.
10 00 80.44;
3 59 Prausluurgh,
1 50 Rushville,
4 00—-19 09 Beidus, A lady, nv. of jewelry,
Monron co, N. Y. By E. Ely,
30 00 Truxton,
23 50 Virtnt,
24 10425 60 Henrietta, Mrs Park, Cheshire co. N. H., C. H. Jaquith,
Knowlesville, Presb, chh.
9 00 Tr.
Lyme, Benev. asso.
3 50 Alstead, Ist par. Mon.cnn.
Mount Morris, Ist presh chh. 23 10 Fitzwilliam, Gent. 31,50; la.
North Penfield, Press. chh.
10 59 31,29;
20 00 Reene, Gent. 44,6*'; la. 32, 15; 76 81
Perrinton, Fei ming, en.
16 00 Nelson, Gent, and la.
Richinond, 6.62; av, of beads, 4; 10 82 New Alstend, La. gent. and
Rochester, 1st presb. clih. 158,57; mon. con. to constitute the
2d do 178, 35;
336 92-483 83 Rev. MOSER GERAULD an
Ner faren co. East, C. S. Frisbie,
121 78 50 00
New London and vic, Ct. W. T. Rindge, La. 31,50; mon. COB.
Cleaveland, Jr. Tr. 50 00
(of which to constituta tho Sullivan, C. box,
Rev. JOHN ANGELL JAMES Troy, Mon. con.
of Biraringham, England, an Westmoreland, La. 12,88; a
Honorary Member of Ure
265 00 Winchester, La.
New York city and Brooklyn, W. A friend, 2; do. 1,50; 3 50—390 37 W. (hester, Tr.
314 04 Columbia co. N, Y., I. Platt, Tr.
60 00 Northampton and neighb. towns, Ms. Essex co, M&. J. Adains, Tr.
J. D. Whiiney, Tr. Bererly, Contrib, of aux. 60. 33 no
Amherst, 1st par. rient. !" which Danvers, N. por Sub. erh.
to constitute Rurus GRAVES Essex, J. Cheiate, for Cher, miss. 6 0043 27 an Honornry Member of the Esser co. N.J., T. Frelinghuysen,
Board. 100;) 134.55; 1a. 86; 220 55
1 00 (of which fr. Union for. miss,
77 88 80. af Elizahethtown, for Da
('unimington, Gent. 44.88; 1a. 33; vid Magre in Ceylon, 12:)
647 12 Deerfield, s. par. Gent. 37; la. Geanga co.o., J. H. Matthews, Tr. 22 00 16,50;
53 50 Grafion co. N. B., W. Green, Tr.
East Hampton. Fem. henev. $0. Campton, Gent. 28,35; la. 28,55;
for Payson Williston in Choc. mon. con. 15,81;
35 25 72 74
na. 9; gent: 15; la, 11,25;
Enfield, Gent. 96; 1a. 56,25; mon.
cm), 39,50; sab. sch. 8,25; 200 00 Goshen, Lil
I 00 Granby, W. par. Gent. (of which
to constitute the Rev. Eli Moor an Honorary Member of the Board, 50;) 51,25; la. 36,73; mon. con. 23; for wes. miss. 6,50,
120 48 E. par. Gent.
30 00 Hadley, Gent. 90,58; Ja. 39,87;
nion. con. 76; WILLIAM DICKINSON, which constitutes him an Honorary Member of the Board, (8.5. having been paid prev.) 50; mite si). 12 :34; Palrick Swainp, fur Choc. Ark. miss. 9,37;
278 16 Hatfield, Gent. 49,20; Ja. 57; mon. con. 19.08;
125 28 Middlefield, Geni. 35; In. 20;
mon. con. :36,81; young la. work. so, 8,82;
100 63 Northampton, Gent. 50,37; la.
(of which for Mackinaw miss. 1;) 2,93; moll. con. 76,63; a
teacher and her schul. 3,22; 133 15 Norwich, Gent. 7; la. 8,46; mon. con. 12,10;
27 56 Plainfield, Gent. 23,63; la. 13,02; 36 65 Southainpton, rent, 2,95; ta. for
Morris E. White and louisa C. P. White at Mackinaw, 64,47;
67 42 South Hadley, 1st par. Gent. 50;
mon. con. 36,75; cent. sv. 33; Cher. so, 10,50;
130 25 Canal, Miss. 80.
7 00 Sunderland, Gent. 32,12; la. 40; S. W.33;
75 12 West Hampton, Contrib. at ann. meet. 18,17; la. 12,47;
30 54 Whately, Gent. 25; la. 30,88; moni, con. 33,38;
89 26 Williamsburgh, Gent, 10; la. 18; 28 00 Worthington, Miss. asso.
5 00-1,924 98 Norrich and vic. Ct. F. A. Per
kins, Tr. Bozrnlı, Gent. 10,84; la. 12,40; 23 24 Franklin, Gent.
4 00 Griswold, Charlotte Leonard, 50; gent. 48; la. 44;
142 00 Jewett city, Gent. 29,42; la. 25,60;
55 62 Lisbon, Fem. char. so. 12; gent. 9:1a. 11,68;
32 68 Hanover, Gent. 30,43;la. 24,82; 55 25 Montville, Mon. con.
13 51 Nortlı Siquington, Gent. 12; la. 19.84;
31 84 Norwich, 1st sn. Mon. con. 35,45; genl. 22; la. 36,112;
93 47 Chelsea, La. 111; mon. con. 101.79;
212 79 U. Falls, Mon, con.
23 55-687 35 Old Colony, Ms. 1} Coggeshall, Tr. New Bedford, Ist chl.
15 00 Oneida ca, N. Y., A. Thomas, Tr. Antwerp, Mon.con.
6 00 Burlington, Alon. con. in cong. rhh.
12 00 Cainden, Mon. con. in presb. so. 19,23; fem. miga. so. 1;
11 23 Chitlenango, Mon. con. in ref.
D. chh (of which for Mackinaw niisx. 4;)
19 03 Clinton, Fem. so.
15 00 Colexville,
2 06 Columbus, Fem. benev. Bo.
1 25 Constantin. E. Smith,
1 00 Exeter. Benev. 80. Coll.
10 00 Fayetteville, Presh. so. 30; Mrs. N. J. 1; Mrs. I,. E. J. 2;
33 00 Hamilton, Av. of jewelry,
6 20 Hannibalville, Non. Con. in presb. chh.
12 00 Homer, Sab. sch. clase,
Jainesville, Cong. chh. and 40.
crill. 17,50; moo. con. 32,50; to
2 00 Madison, Alor. con.
12 00 Mexico, Mon. con.
6 54 Norwich, Presb. cong.
18 34 Oswego, Mon. con.
12 40 Plymouth,
5 00 Rome, Young lo. sew. so.
50 00 Russia, Mrs. I. A. av. of socks, Smithfield, Presb. so.
5 00 386 99
lit. Cent so. 19; Widow M. L.
1,37: la. 14;
lige, Gent. 15,42; fein. benev.
Of the above, 8100 constitute
clib. 27,45; iniss. asso. 15,55;
Wollboro', Miss. isso.
Union Village, Asko,
E. Village, la
tute the Rev. E, H, NEWTON
fem. cent. so. 12; Westminster, E.
10,37; la. 13; mon. con. 16,54; Windhom cn. North, C. E. New
28 00-85 92
39 91-190 90
21 00 2 50 18 15 65 00
12 00 31 00 57 45 32 76
75 16 Pomfret, Hon. par.
19 86 South Woodstock, Gent. 4; la. 24,19;
28 19 Thompson, Gent. 4,17; In. 18,9;"; 22 80 Wprefird, Gent. 7,25; la. 13,34; man, con. 4,72;
25 31 West Woodstock, Gent, and la, 14 00-322 53 Worcester co. Ms. Relig. char. so,
Henry Mills, Tr. Graslon, Mon. Com).
21 18 Milbury, W par, Cent. 20; la. 42,95;
62 25 Presb.co. Gent. 35,15; la. 30,14; mol, col. 28,85;
94 14 Northboro' and Berlin, Asso. 11 00 North Mendon, Mon. con.
78 Westboro', Gent. 166; ja. (of
which for Elisha Rockrood in
356 38-1,051 21 York co. Me. C. W. Williams, Tr. Kitterypoint, Fem, asso.
9 02 Saco, Gent.
22 0031 02
4 50 10 00
9 37 22 00
5 110 10 00
11 00 3 31 8 23
4 00 8 50 15 37
Total from the above Auriliary Societies, $9,002 88
U. VARIOUS COLLECTIONS AND DONA
31 00 50 00
Clintonville, N. Y. Mon. con. In presb.
chh. Cubestille, Va. E. Ames, Crufisbury, Vt. Fem. mixr. 80. Cranbury, N. J. Prerb. chili Dausville, N. Y. F'em, miss. so. 24, Mrs.
A. H. 3: Dickinson, Pa. Indiv. 8; a mute lady, for
Anier. Indians, 20; ni. boxes, 22; fr.
W. W.'s ehh. Dorchester, Ms. Pupils of acad. for
srhoud in Greece, Durkum, N. Y. Fem. cent so. Eust.ttleboro', Ms. La for. inias, asso. East Hampton, NY. Fem. meg. 80, Elizabethtown, N. J., A lady, av. of
jewelry, Elkton, Ald. F. Henderson, Elsworth, o, Femi. char. 80. Fairfieid, ("1. L. riflet chh. and so. Farmingron, Michi. Ter. Mon, con. Fort Rural, l'ul. J. Stevenson, Glenn's Falls, N. Y. Alon, con. in presb.
chh. Glorer, V:. Greensboro', Vt. La. afso. Greenville, Illi. W. M. S. l; G. K. 2;
Miss P. 1; Guildhall, Vt. La. arso. Halifor, Vt, Fein, miss. 80. 15; indiv. 37c. Harduick, Vt. Mon. con. in 2d cong chih.
14; gent, 1830. 52,50). In. 28, 17; Hardırick, Ms. Chh. and so. to constitute
the Rev. MARTIN TUPPER un Heriorary Member of the Bourd, 50; ded.
am't prev, ackn. 21,56; Harpersfield, N. Y. La miss. &n, and
indiv. 3d pay. for Cotton Mather in
Ceylon, Harrisburg, Pa. l'resb.chh. Head of Consa, Cher, ma. J. Roes for exp.
of Mrs. Worcester, and Mrs. Butler, Hulden, Ms. Fem. read. 80. fur feinale
scharcols in Bombay, Hapkinton, N. Y. Alrs. S. H. Condor, llursrhead, N. Y, Mun.con. in presb'chh. Ira, N, Y. Mon, con, 18,50. This was
ack. last month as fr. Italy, N. Y. Jaffrey, N. H. Alan. con. Jamaica, N. Y. Young ladies of Mirg
Hanna's sch. for ed. «f females in Syria,
30,50); Mrs. Crane fur do. 5,73; Kinsman, O. Mor, con. Lunsingburgh, N, Y.
Mon. con. in presb. cong Lerixburgh, Va. Mr. N. 5; Rev. Mr. Mc
E. 2; coll, in presh. col. 15,71; Liberty. Va. T. L. L. 5; Alrs. M. O. L.
5; Mrs. S. T. 1;. Little Rock, Ark. Ter. Indiv. Lonisrille, Ky. Col. in 2d presb. chh.
33,87; mon. con. 16,37; Lynn, Mis. A friend, Nachías, Me: Mon, con. Maryville, Ten. Aux. miss. &0. 34; D.
McCoy, 3; Methuen, Ms. Gent. and la. assa. af enng.
chh. (of which to constitute the Rev. SYLVESTER G. PIERCE an Honoiary
Member of the Board, 50;) Michigan, A friend, Middleboro', Ms. Vion. con. Middlebury, Vt. Benev. nsso. in fem.
sem. for Harriet B. Cooke and Maria
H. Cooke in Ceylon, Middle T'uscarora, Pa. Cong. 5; M.
Laughlin, s; for Ronbny mixs. Minot, Me. United cong. inb. Monson, Ms. A. W. Parter, Montrose, Pa. Mon, con. Moriches, N. Y. Mon. con. in presb. chh. Mount Desert, Ne. Mrs. S. K. I; five
indiv, 5(le, each, Nero Jersey, A Indy.fored. fein. in Syria, New London. Ct. Sewing so. Nero Loudon chh. Va. Coll. Now Hilford, Ct. Fem. mite so.
96 46 30 51)
12 00 41 00
36 23 25 00
11 00 31 31
Acton, Mg. Mon. con. in evang. so. 7,07;
Rev. J. T. Woodbury, 12;
46,46; 4th prexb, chh, 5';
in 2d Cong. So.
to the Northwest coast, 22; fem. ead. sch. chil. of 2d presh, clih. for miss. 10 Marquesas Islands, 2,25; fem, uite so. pay, for Ceylon, viz. 5th for Jahn Breckenridge, 20; 4th for Sarah Ridgely, 20; 3d for William S. Cross and Mary L. Sanger, 40; 2d for Jeremiah Erarts, 20: Ist for Ann Hasseltine Judson, 20; isi for Frances Mary Hill, 20; Ist for Susan Huntington, 20; for sem. at Batticotla, 20; Bedminster, Nis. Ann. coll. Bethlehem, N. Y. Presb. conig. Borford, sis. Fem. char. so. (of which
for weg. miss. 2,25;) Brighton, Ms. Juv. miss. so. in sab. fch. Brookline, Ms. Kingsbury so. for Cher.
miks. 10; Japan miss. so. for miss, to Japan, 17,32; Bucksport, Me. Mon. con. Butternuts, N. Y. Mon. con. in presb.chb. Byron, N. Y. La. of presy. chb. Caldel, N.J. Mon. con. in presh. chh. Canonsburgh, Pa. Indiv. 57,25; fom. miss, so. 54,25; infant sch, for hookg for chil, in Greece, 1; 8. M. B. for
do, 5c. Carrollton, Mli. Mon. con. 15; C. G. L.
for test, for hen. 25c.