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Home field presents the greatest prospects

of success, ... ]7o

Home Missions, Gospel theory of, 169; not

appreciated, 222; results of, - - 121
Home Miss, aid, necessity of, 51; indispen-
sable 175

Home Missions, appeal to Pastors, . 265

Hope in death, . . . 276

Home Missionary, terms of, . . 267

Hopeful conversions, ... 65

House of worship in progress, . 159

How salvation came to a prayerless house, 183
How to supply schools and teachers. 10

Humphrey Dr., anecdote of, 69

If thine enemy hunger, feed him, 277

hrnorant preachers, 209

Illinois, destitution in, 208; Missions in,

39; Southern, 6

Immigrants, 117; For eleven years, , 221
Improvement, decided, 104; steady, 66;

tokens of, 59,- examples of, . 274

Incidents of a revival,... 8

Indian prophet, Keneknk, . 102

Indispensableness of aid, . 175

Indulgences, Popich, . . 19

Infant preacher. . .81

infidel converted, • . .4

Infidel, death of, ... 62

Influence of the church on civil govern-
ment .... 217
Insensibility to judgments, 17
Interesting occasion, . 89
Interesting and instructive coses, . 276
Interesting review, . . .44
Interview on the ocean,. . . 126
Inviting fields, ... 152
Iowa going ahead, .... 281
Iowa, Missionary statistics concerning, 78;

frontier of, . . . . 79

Iowa, General Association, 129; Northern
Association of, 83, 98; Missions in, 41;
frontier, .... 153

Ironsides, .... 140

Is the ministry a failure? . . 260

Is there no progress, . . . 182

Itinerant, trials of an, . . 207

Judgments of God, ... 17

Kenekuk, the Indian prophet, 102

Kentucky, appeal from, . 209

Keokuk, Iowa, . . 226

Kind of ministers needed, . . 150

Kirk, Rev. E. IS., discourse of, . 217

labor and privilege, . . .180

labors amid sickness, . . 136

labors among the colored people, . 135

Labors, frontier, . . 228

lamentation ov er prevailing iniquity. 16

large proportion of pastoral labor needed

at the West, . . .159

largest liberty, . . . . 210

last view of the missionary work, 14

layman, appeal of, 209

laymen, responsibility of, 58

leaning on the Lord, 53

lee Co., Iowa, ... 84

Legacy of Sarah T.Clark, . 90

length of trar sea coast, . . 234

Utters from E. Adams, 83; H. Adams,

52 ; A S. Allen, 5,176; A. Alvord, 178;

G.H. Atkinson, 124, 244. J. H. Babcock,

14; J. V. Barks, 227; H. H. Benson,

103; S. S. Bicknell, 103; T. Bird, 79;

W. H. Bird, 160; W. T. Boutwell, 127;

E. G. Bradford, 157; C. W. Camp,

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Dangers and hopes, - 43

Darkness and light, - - - 132

Davis' revelations, ... 208

Death, a convincing preacher, - 176

Death, happy, 55

Death of an infidel, - - - - 62

Death of a believer, ChriBt glorified in, 161, 279
Death of a missionary's wile, - 232,234
Death of an elder, - 84

Death of Rev. J. H. Babcock, - - 14
Death welcome, .... 105

Debility, causes of, .... 185

Decided improvement, - - - 104

Dedication, ----- 139

Dedication and revival, 52

Deficiency of stated labor, - 207

Deist converted, - - - - 184

Deliverance, providential, - - - 252
Deliberate converts, - - 281

Delusion, 79

Denominations in Oregon, - - 218

Denominations, variety of, - - 228

Disastrous deficiency of stated labor, 207

Desirable materials, .... 178
Devil's strong hold, one of, - - HI

Difficulties, 210

Disclosures, 182

Diversities of faith and practice, - - 12
Doctrinal preaching, - - - 103
Douglas, Rev. John W., mission to Califor-
nia, 193

Door open, 87

Drafts, ,88

Drunkard's dying wife, - - 278

Dubuque, church in .... 254

Dwight, Rev. W. T., D. D., address of, 91

Dying skeptic in the wilderness, - 139

Dying Universalis!, - - 276

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Emigration, - - - 117,281

Emigration to California, • - 241

Encouragements to Missions in the West, 219

Encouragements to labor,
Encouraging feature,
Encouraging progress,
Encouraging survey.
Enterprising superintendent,
Epoch, a new missionary
Errorist reclaimed,
Examples of improvement, .
Exorcising a meeting house,
Expanding field, -
Expansion of settlements,
Exploring a county,
Expounding the Scriptures, ■

Face of the country in Oregon,

Fairchild, Rev. E. R., D. D., resignation

Faithful emigrant,

Families, godless

Farmington, Iowa, church in

Farewell of a missionary,

Fields open for laborers, •

First duty of American Christians, -

Forming period of Western character

Four counties in Georgia,

Four families of Atheists,

Four years in Iowa, -

Free schools in Wisconsin,

Fremont's Memoir on California, -

Frontier, - - - -

Frontier labor, - 175

Frontier results,

Fruits of a revival, - :>1

Fruit of Bible training,

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General Association of Iowa, - - 129
Genesee Conference (Mich.) - 137
Georgia, four counties in - - 59
German family, scene in - • 153
German preacher needed, - • 153
Germans, 104; in Connecticut, 186;
Indiana, 112; in Iowa, 81, 83; in the
NorthWest, - - - - 203
Uillett, Rev. Eliphalet, D.D., death of, 235
Giving money the least part of the mis-
sionary work, . - - 58
Glance at history of S. Schools, - 17
Godless families, - - - 181
Godly man ceaselh, - - - 279
Godly parentage, a blessing, - 58
Gospel theory of Home Missions, - 169
Gospel victories, - - - 227
Grateful acknowledgment of books, - 177
Grateful review, 109, 230; of two years, 176
Great Basin, - - - - 197
Great hindrance, ... 233
Ground lust for want of missionaries, - 150
Growing immigration, - - 221
Growth, - - - - 177
Growth of the West, - - 223
Guaranties of freedom and prosperity, 49

Hands full of work, - - - 210
Happy death, - - - - 55
Hardest places, one of the - - 134
Hardshells, - - -140
Harvest suffering, - - - 109
Havana, ----- 251
Heathen, testimony of, 89
Hickok, Rev. M. /., discourse, - 169
Highland miner, - - - 231
Highways and hedges, - - 107
Hindrance, the great, - - - 233
Hindrances from change, - - 16
Home, a Continent is our, - • 287
Home evangelization the first dutyof Ame-
rican Christians, - 169

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Horn? field presents the greatest prospects

ofiucceea.
Home Missions, Gospel theory of, 169; not

appreciated, 222; results of,

Home Mis*, aid, necessity of, 54; indigpen-

iab\e • ....

Home Missions, appeal to Pastors, ,

Hope in death, . ,

Heme Missionary, terms of.

Hopeful conversions, .

Boose of worship in progress,

How salvation came to a prayerless house, 183

How to supply schools and teachers. . 10

Humphrey Dr., anecdote of, 69

If thine enemy hunger, feed him, 277

ignorant preachers, 209

Illinois, destitution in, 208; Missions in,

39; Southern, . . . • 6

Immigrants, 117; For eleven years, . 221
Improvement, decided, 104; steady, 66;

tokens of, 59; examples of, . 274

Incidents of a revival,... 8

Indian prophet, Kenekuk, . 102

Indiapensableneas of aid, . . 175

Indulgences, Popish, . . 19

Infant preacher, . .81

Infidel converted, ■ 4

Infidel, death of, ... 62

Influence of the church on civil govern-
ment .... 217
Insensibility to judgments, 17
Interesting occasion, . 89
Interesting and instructive cases, . 276
Interesting review, . .44
Interview on the ocean,. . . 126
Inviting fields, . . . 152
Iowa going ahead, .... 281
Iowa, Missionary statistics concerning, 78;

frontier of, . . .79

Iowa, General Association, 129; Northern
Association of, 83, 98; Missions in, 41;
frontier, . . 15S

Ironsides, .... 140

b the ministry a failure 7 . . 260

la there no progress, . . 182

Itinerant, trials of an, . . 207

Judgments of God, ... 17

Kenekuk, the Indian prophet, 102

Kentucky, appeal from, . ■ 209

Keokuk, Iowa, ... 226

Kind of ministers needed, . .150

Kirk, Rev. E. N., discourse of, . 217

later and privilege, . . 180

Labor* amid sickness, . . 136

labors among the colored people, 135

Labors, frontier, . . 228

Lamentation over prevailing iniquity. 16

Large proportion of pastoral labor needed

at the West, . . .159

Largest liberty, . . . .210

Last view of the missionary work, 14

Layman, appeal of, 209

Laymen, responsibility of, • .58

Leaning on the Lord, . 53

Lee Co., Iowa, ... 84

Legacy of Sarah T.Clark, . 90

Length of our sea coast, . 234

Letters from E. Adams, 83; IL Adams,

52 ; A. S. Allen, 5,176; A. Alvord, 178;

G.H. Alkinson, 124, 244. J. H. Babcock,

14; ). V. Barks, 227; H. H. Benson,

103; S. 8. Bicknell, 103: T. Bird, 79;

W. H. Bird, 160; W. T. Boutwell, 127;

E. G. Bradford, 157; C. W. Camp,

158, 230; E. A. Caraon, 100; W. Cham-
berlain, 208; O. N. Chapin, 64; B. C.
Church, 102; C.Clark, 273: D. Clary,
90; O. P. Clinton, 108; W. Cochran,
229; B. F. Cole, 272; S. Cowles, 273;
T. C. De Pew. 182; W.T. Dickaon, 229;
D. Dimon, 101; J. Dunbar, 228; E.
Evans, 48: J. C. Ewing, 84,156, 227; L.
Fay,62; S. Fleming, 66; P. Flamy 81:
H. roots, 230; L. Foote,55; I. N. Ford,
273; G. V. Frye, 62; J. J. Gardiner, 68;
G. Gemmell, 111; D. Gore, 56, 161;
S. Harris, 138; R. Hawley, 135; S.P.
Hildreth, 272; J. J. Hill, 97; T. Hill,
131; G. B. Hitchcock, 85; J. C. Holbrook,
44, 254 ; G. B. Hubbard, 11; A. Johnson,
60; W. A. Keith, 51; C. Kellogg, 65:
A. Kent, 173 ; R. Laird, 138; D. Lane,
85, 156; A. D. Lnuehlin, 54,206; A. Le-
mon, 61; O Littletield, 160; T. Lippin-
cott, 206;C. Lockwood, 66; J. McLaurin,
67 ; H. Marsh, 7; J. Mason, 109; T. Mor-
gan, 229; E. D. Neill, 258; E. P. Noel,
204, E. B. Olmstead,57: S. Onlway,
13,180; L. Parker, 56 ; R. M. Pearson, 11,
89; J M. Phillips, 9,88,158; D. Pink-
ton, 271; W. Piatt, 137; Jer'b. Porter,
86: W. Porter, 274; J. N. Powell, 110;
J. A. Ranney, 12; I. B. Rickets, 100;
G. S. F. 8avage, 180; H. K. Shields,
130; L. E. Sikes, 272: R. R. Snow,
104; B. A. Spaulding, 52, 129, 225; G.
Spaulding, 109; R. P. Stanton, 274 ; J.

D. Stephens, 104; R. Stewart, 56; R.
Stuart, 4, 255; W. A. Thompson, 99;
H.Toelke, 112: E. B.Turner, 51,80,
225; C. Warner, 8, 87,159; C. Waterbury,
104 ;' S. Waters, 130; T. A. Weed, 20;

E. C. Williame, 63; J. W. Windaor, 3,
98, 174; G.Wood, 128, 226; W. W.
Woods, 129 • A. Wright, 79; E. Wright,
100; R. N. Wright, 272.

Liberty, the largest, . . . jlo

Light and darkness, . . . 132

Light beginning to dawn. . . 4

Living Ministry, the Palladium of safety, 73
Living preacher needed, . .101

Lippincott, Rev. Thos., farewell of, . 256

Lord's house, . 225

Lost among the ridges, . 113

Maritime region of California, . 198

Maine Miss. Soc. 30; Anniversary, 147;

Annual Report, . 147

March Report, . 213

Marietta Agency, O. . . 36

Maaon, Rev. Dr. E., extract from sermon, 73
Massachusetts, the starting point, . .117

Massachusetts H. M. Society, 31; Anni-
versary, 76; Report, . . 76
Materials of S. Schools, . 102
Meeting house too small, . ■ 157
Meeting housea, .... 83
Mercies acknowledged, . 205
Mercies of the year, 67
Message of a pioneer, . 151
Miami Reserve, Ind., . 60,61
Michigan, Missions in, . . 39
Miner, the Highland, . .231
Minesota, openings in, 127; exploration

of, ■ . . 137

Mining region near St. Louis, . 204

Mining settlement, . . .105

Ministerial privileges, . .88

Ministers, appeal lor, . 208,209

Ministers for the pineries of Wis. 149

Ministers in Oregon, . 248

Ministers, true business of, . 9°

Ministers wanted, 56,59, 84, 85, 87, 100, 101,
103, 108, 127,137, 149,150,151,152, 255
Ministry and Home Missions . , 265

Ministry, is it a failure! 160

Ministry, the living, . . .73

Missionaries, need of bookx, . . 55

Missionaries to California, . . 250

Missionary aspect of California, . 236

Missionary colportage, . . 183, 2*2

Missionary box, result of a, . 281

-Missionary's wife, . . . 234

Missionary's wife, death of, 232, 234

Mission to Oregon, . . . 244

Missions on the Pacific coast, . 236, 244

Missouri H. M. Society, . . 38

Missouri, statistics and claims of, . 100

Mode of attaining? success, . 26")

Modes of promoting the Home Missions, 266
Moral impression of earnestness, . 105

Monument of the divine forbearance, 279

More work than strength, . . 156

Mormon Temple burnt, 187: ririns of, 207
Mormons, 110; at the Great Salt Lake, 232
Mourniul history, . . .69

"My Meeting house," . . 83

'•My people. -or,*who owns the legislature
of Oregon! . , ,234

Nauvoo, * . . . 103, 164

Need of theological reading, . 55

Neighborhood labor, '. . .64

Neutral ground open, . . . 255

N. Hampshire Miss Society, 30; Annual

meeting and report. . . . 268

New Mexico, area of, . . 117,233

New Missionary epoch, . 242

New Territory, area of, . . 117

Nine years in the field, . . 204

Northern Assoc, of Iowa, 83,98,225
Nothing useless under God's government, 283

Notices to Missionaries, . 188,213

Objects of hope, the young, . ]60

Obstacles to be surmounted, . . 76

Old story, .... ]57

One of the hardest places, . . 134

One talent become two, . 55

One source of success, . . ]32

Open door, . . . .87

Opportunity to do good, . 206

Opposition to ministerial support, . 133

Oregon area of, . . . 117, 233

Oregon Mission, , . 124,244

Oregon, face of the country—climnte-mor-
als—denominations, 218;—Schools-pros-
pects, 249; Bible anil Tract societies, 248
Our country, . . . 221

Our new possessions, . . 236

Out station become a church, . 182

Pacific, our possessions on the, . 236

Painful subject, . . . ]3i

Pastors and Home Missions, . . 266

Pastor settled, . . . 159, ] 46

Pastoral labor at the West, . '159

Parental faith and filial consecration, - 230

Pecuniary returns, . . 251

People will hear something, . 53

Perils, . . 113

Persecutions, . . , -51
Philadelphia Home Miss. Soc, 21,33;

Anniversary, 113 ; Annual report, 113

Picture drawn from life, . . 10

Pineries of Wisconsin, . 149

Pioneer labors, . . ,60

Pioneer's message to the churches, 151

Pioneer, w"-J°ofa . . 13

Places, . , , ]4y

I Plenty of preachers but few Bibles, . 239

Plenty of work, and pleasure in it, 133

Politeness, . ... 288

Population rolling westward, . . 52

Prayer meeting Sabbath evening, . 54

Preacher, the living, needed, . . IOI

Preachers plenty, but few Bibles, . 259

Preachers, unworthy, . . . 212

Preaching and distribution united, . I8S
Preaching to the poor, . . 17V

Prejudice, 229 ; removed, . . 69

Preciousness of early Home Missions, 103

Presbyterial camp-meeting, . . 229

Present condition of A. H. M.S., 188

Professors, emigrant, . . . 67

Privileges and duties of the times, . 221
Privileges, ministerial, . . . 88

Progress, signs of, 80

Progress unnoticed, . . . 153

Prospect of success in the Home field, 170

Prospects ofOregon, . . 249

Prosperity, spiritual, . . 230

Protracted meeting, . 57, 160, 179

Providential deliverance, . . 252

Provoking others to good works, . 174

Public mind waking up, . . . 287

Readiness to die, a great thing, . 158

Reasons for missions to California, 19 3

Receipts, 22, 47, 70, 91, 1J8, 142,165,189, 214
239,261,289
Reclaimed backslider, . . 45

Refreshing from above, . . 46

Region of the Aroostook, . . 147

Relation of Home Missions to the conversion

of the world, . . 77,148

Religious interest, . . . .5]

Reminiscences of a Missionary, 139

Remoter Stations, . . . 224

Report of A. H. M. S., ... 27
Resignation of Rev. Dr. Fairchild, . 21

Results, 52; abiding, 180; Annual sum-
mary of, 27; Frontier, . 137
Results in twenty years, . . .1
Results of a revival, . . .62
Results of Home Missions, . 121,254
Review and farewell, . . . 44
Review of a year, . . . 226
Revivals in Almont, Mich, 65; Bethel, 111.
57: Bloomingdale, 111. 56; Boone Co.
Ind, 272; Bristol, 111., 272; Brooklyn.
Wis. 270; Byron, 111., Ill; Cahoes,
N. Y.274; California, Mich,65; Cen-
tre, O. 62; Centre Lisle. N. Y., 274;
Concord, III. 178 ; Davis Co. Iowa, 227 •
Deiter, Mich., 66 : Dodgeville, Wis. 5;
Dresden, O. 272; Dubuque, Iowa, 81;
Eaton Co., Mich , 273; Elk Grove, Wis.
8; Ellicottville, N. Y. 273; Fairplay,
Wis, 9, 11 j Farmington, Iowa, 52, 9tt •
Floyds, Wis., 6: Franklin, Ind., 61;Gid'
ley's Station, Mich 66; Grand Detour,
111., 89; Groveland, 111.,56, 161; Jack-
son Co. O., 273; Lapeer, Mich., 67;
Lawrence, O. 62; Lima. Mich., 46 •
Lyme, N. Y.,274; Maquoketa.lowa, 51;
Metamora, 111., 272; Moline, 111., 272;
Orangeville, 111., 272; Putnamville,'
Ind., 135 ; Salem, Wis., 27!; Sheboygan
Falls, Wis., 7; Sinclairville, N. Y., 274-
Stark Co.. 111.272 ; West Ely, Mo. 227;
Wethersfield, 111., 13, 180; Yellow
stone, Wis. 105.
Reviving efficiency, • . ]2
Reward of Home Missions, . . 276
Rhode Island II. M. Society, . . 32
Romanism, 19,86; advancing, 131; aid

to in America, ... 89

Romanism, what did it for California! 250
Rush of emigrants to Calilornia, . 252

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