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10 6 5 Diss

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11 5 1 18 18 6 Wellington

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Cardiff, Tredegar VilleProfits of Lecture by

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WARWICKSHIRE.

Africa

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Birmingham,
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Do. Circus Street.. 1 70
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FOREIGN LETTERS RECEIVED.
AFRICA-AMBOISES BAY, F. Pinnock, Sept. 9. KANDY, Waldock, F. D., Sept. 27.
CAMEROONS, Fuller, J. J., Sept. 29 & 30; Smith, MONGHIR, Edwards, E., Oct. 3; Lawrence, J.,
R., Sept. 29.

Sept. 5.
SIERRA LEONE, Saker, A, Oct. 13.

PATNA, Kalberer, L. F., Oct. 3.
AMERICA-MONTREAL, Lafleur, T., Oct.

SERAMPORE, Sampson, W., Oct. 8.
ASIA-AT SEA, Martin, E. C., Nov. 5.

SEWRY, Williamson, J., Sept. 7.
BENARES, Parsons, J., Sept. 7.

BURMAH-MAULMAIN, Haswell, J. M., Sept 8.
CALCUTTA, Lewis,'c. B., Sept. 21, Oct. 9, 12, & 16. EUROPE-GUINGAMP, Bouhon, V.E., Oct. 27, Nov.10.
CHEEFOO, Kloekers, H. Z., June 25, Aug. 3; MADEIRA, Saker, A., Oct. 1.
M‘Mechan, W. H., Sept. 6 and 15.

MORLAIX, Jenkins, J., Oct. 28.
COLOMBO, Pigott, H, R., Oct. 21.

WEST INDIES-HAYTI, Webley, W. H., Oct. 25.
CUTWA, Reed, F. T., Sept. 5.

Nassau, Davey, J., Oct. 20.
Dacca, Supper, F., Sept. 17.

JAMAICA BROWN's Town, Clark, J.,
Howrah, Morgan, T., Sept. 7.

KETTERING, Fray, E., Oct. 21.
JESSORE, Anderson, J. H., Sept. 15.

R10 BUENO, East, D. J., Oct. 22.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.
The thanks of the Committee are presented to the following friends -
Teachers and Scholars, Kennington Sunday School, for a parcel of clothing, for Rev. R. Smith, Africa.
Friends at Naunton, for Contributions in aid of a medicine chest for Rev. J. Diboli.

CORRECTION.
For acknowledgment in last month's Herald to Miss Rooke read as follows :-
Juvenile Missionary Working Class, Cross Street, Islington, per Miss Sheeres, for a box of clothing,

value £12, and £6 for school materials, for Rev. A. Baker, West Africa.
Young Ladies at Cross Street Chapel, Islington, per Miss Rooke, for a box of fancy and useful articles,

value £45, for Mrs. Littlewood, of Inagua,

INDEX TO MISSIONARY HERALD,

ORIGINAL AND OTHER PAPERS.

Page

Page
Our Finances
49 The Work of God in Delhi

119
A Convert from Mohammedanism 51 Perils among the Heathen

120
The Story of Jagannath............ 53 The Rev. T. Evans, of Delhi, in Wales 121
Mission Work in and around Agra... 55 Financial Progress ....

185
A Missionary Tour in Hayti
56 The Mission in Howrah

186
The Quarryman and the Gospel 58 Delhi and its Stations

188
Latest News from China
59 The Rev. James Allen

190
A Striking Example
61 News from Lower Canada..

190
Financial Prospects brighten
113 Encouragements .

192
A Visit to Barisal

115 Annual Services
How Missionaries preach

118 Financial Results

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Page

Page
Missionary Labours in Hayti 259 , The Juggernauth Festival

638
Seventy-second Report ....
349 The Mendicant and the Student

639
A Visit to Bonyeali.-Hopeful Death The Brahmo Samaj...........

697
of a Convert....

370 Where we Went and what we Saw, or
Suggestion for Missionary Prayer Ten Days in North Jessore

699
Meetings
425 The Guilt of the Heathen.....

703
The Annual Meetings
426 Conversions in Hayti........

704
Address of Committee to Mission A Visit to Ragged Island in the
Churches
493 Bahamas

705
African Superstition and Cruelty 495 The First of August in Nassau 707
Decease of the Rev. J. Johannes...... 496 Education of Native Christian Youth 707
The Missionary and the Guru of the Rev. T. Evans in North Wales 711
Saads

497 Letter from Sir$.M. Peto, Bart., M.P. 765
A Missionary's Welcome
499 The Khond Mission

768
The Native Missionary in Baraset 501, 566 Light and Darkness

. 770
Jamaica Jubilee .....
561, 641 State of Trinidad

771
Visit to Dinapore, Bihta, and Gya ... 565 Preaching at the Allahabad Mela 772
Progress of the Work in Tipperah ... 567 Scripture Distribution in the Back-
Journey to the Country of the Santals 568 ergunge District

774
The Mission in Delhi.......

572 A Week at New Station, Khoostia 776, 833
The Camp Meeting at Wolfhezen 629 Youthful Converts in India

829
A Native Christian Association in Bible Women in Cutwa......

831
Bengal

631 The Work of God in Poonah in 1863 834
Anniversary Meeting of the Colingah The Native Church at Kandy......... 835
Native Baptist Church
635 The Cyclone in Calcutta

836
The Mission in Delhi.......

636

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STATIONS.
AFRICA :-

365, 495
Serampore

191, 709
Cameroons 120, 123,262,372,640,770,777 Sewry ....... 60, 191, 372, 777, 837
Sierra Leone.....
640 Shanghae

192
ASIA :

Tipperah

567
Agra.......
55, 60, 191, 777 Yentai

262
Allahabad
640, 772 CANADA

190
Backergunge

774 EUROPE :-
Baraset....
501, 566 France

.58, 369
Barisal

115 Brittany

123, 709, 838
Benares...
640 Morlaix..

123, 192
Bheerbhoom.. 60, 191, 372, 777

Norway.

123, 370
Bihta....
565 Wolfhezen

60,

629
Bonyeali
370 WEST INDIES

366
Calcutta 123, 190, 262, 371, 836 Inagua

.192, 777
Ceylon
60, 363, 372, 640 Nassau

707
Cheefoo
59, 60, 262, 838 New Providence

778
China
364 Ragged Island..........

705
Chittagong

777, 838
St. Domingo

500
Colingah

635 Turk's Island

.123, 499, 640
Colombo...

.262, 778 HAYTI .... 56, 259, 367, 640, 704
Dacca
..60, 262, 709 Cape Haytien

56
Delhi 119, 188, 192, 262, 572, 636 Jacmel

260
Dinapore....
191, 372, 565 Port de Paix......

57, 260
Gya
565 Port au Prince...

192
Howrah....
123, 186, 191, 837 St. Marc

58
Jessore
.262, 640, 699, 838 St. Raphael and Dondon

57
Kandy
..363, 835 Honduras, Belize

778
Khoolnah

838 JAMAICA 123, 367, 368, 561, 641, 839
Khoostia
776, 841 Bunker's Hill

641
Lal Bazaar
123 Calabar..

369
Matakooly
60 Fuller's Field

263
Meerut
262 Lucea

200
Monghir
123, 262, 709 Mount Peto

...192, 576
Naraingunge

372
Stewart's Town

263
Poonah

834 TRINIDAD

......... 61, 709, 771

...

838

MISSIONARIES AND OTHERS.
Page

Page
Allen, James........
.640, 778 | Leslie, A.....

123, 191
Allen, Isaac...

123, 191, 777 Littlewood, W...................... 192, 777
Anderson, J. H....................... 123, 370 M‘Kenna, A.

777
Anderson, Mrs.

262 M‘Mechan, W. H.................. 192, 262
Baumann, W.
56, 192, 640 Marsh, D.

190
Bion, R.
60 Martin, T.

53
Bouhon, V. E.......

123 Morgan, T............

.... 123, 186, 191, 837
Broadway, D. P.
777 Mundal, J.

634
Burke, W.
263 Page, J. C.

774
Cassidy, H. P.

834 Parsons, J......
Chunder, Noth.....
837 Parsons, J. (Benares).

640, 772
Clark, J., Brown's Town.......... 839 | Perera, S.

835
Davey, J.
60, 705, 778 Pigott, H. R.

60, 262, 372, 640
Diboll, J. ....
495 Pinnock, F.

..123, 777
Edwards, E..
..123, 565, 709 Ram Jebun

567
Ellis, R. J...
.69, 115, 568, 640 Ram Krishna Koberaj

501, 566
Etherington, W.
262 Randall, C. E.

.192, 576
Evans, T.
.121, 711 Robinson, J.

191
Fuller, J. J.
120 Robinson, R.

709
Gamble, W. H.
.......... 60, 709, 771 Rycroft, W. K.

499, 640
Gregson, J...
60, 191, 497, 639 Saker, A...

710, 778
Gregson, J. G...
191, 372 Sale, J....

123, 371
Henderson, A.
778 Sampson, W.

191
Hobbs, W. A.
640, 699 Shah Goolzah .....

51, 707
Hobbs, Mrs.

262 Smith, J......

119, 188, 572
Hubert, G.

123 Smith, R. ...... .123, 372, 640, 770
Jenkins, J.
....58, 192 Supper, F.

262, 368
Johannes, J.

496 Teall, W.

.200, 561, 641
Kerr, D.
123 Thomson, Q. W.

710
Kerry, Mrs.
262 Trafford, Mrs. ...

264
Kingdon, E. F.
503 Webb, W.

263
Kloekers, H. Z.....
838 | Webley, W. H.

.259, 704
Laroda, J. J.
641 Wenger, J.

371
Laughton, R. F.
59, 704, 838 Williams, J....

55, 191, 262
Lawrence, J.
262 | Williamson, J.

60, 118

HOME AND OTHER PROCEEDINGS.
Acknowledgments 64, 128, 780, 838 | Finances

49, 113, 185, 195, 839
Ditto, for Jamaica

.200, 576 Foreign Letters Received ......... 780, 842
Annual Report

349 Home Proceedings...... 61, 124, 194, 263,
Annual Services

194

372, 502, 573, 641, 709, 778, 838
Autumnal Meeting of Society 641 Jamaica......

124, 200, 641
Committee
426 Juvenile Herald

503, 839
Contributions....... 63, 125, 195, 264, 436, Missionary Movements 51, 123, 262, 371,
503, 574, 712, 840

640, 709, 777, 838
Corrections
62, 128, 842 Missionary Scenes .

61
Departure of Missionaries .... .124, 710 | Mission Schools

839
Designation of Missionaries

503 Nominations for Committee............ 195
Extracts from Speeches......

427 | Result of Mission Work in India 124

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Subscriptions and Donations in aid of the Baptist Missionary Society will be thank-
fully received by Sir Samuel Morton Peto, Bart., M.P., Treasurer; by the Rev. Frederick
Trestrail, and Edward Bean Underhill, LL.D, Secretaries, at the Mission House, 33, Moor-
gate Street, LONDON ; in EDINBURGH, by the Rev. Jonathan Watson, and Jobn Mac-
Andrew, Esq. ; in Glasgow, by John Jackson, Esq.; in CALCUTTA, by the Rev. C. B
Lewis, Baptist Mission Press. Contributions can also be paid in ạt Messrs. Barclay
Bevan, Tritton, and Co.'s, Wbite Hart Court, Lombard Street, to tbe account of the
Treasurer.

IRISH CHRONICLE.

DECEMBER, 1864.

FINANCES.

A RESPECTFUL BUT URGENT REQUEST. Tue Quarterly Payments to the Society's Agents in Ireland will be due in a few weeks. It is of great importance that these should be fully provided for. The request is therefore earnestly made that contributions may be sent in as early in the month of December as possible. A very large proportion of the Society's income is received between the months of January and May. This renders it difficult to provide for the other parts of the year without the expense of a loan. If any subscribers who have been accustomed to pay their subscriptions after Christmas would kindly remit them before that date, they would render very useful service by lessening the amount for which interest has to be paid. It is of more than ordinary importance that payments should be made before the 25th instant this year, on account of the retirement of the present Secretary at that time. It is much to be desired that the Committee and the Secretary pro tem. should be relieved as far as possible from all difficulties respecting the Society's income. It is, therefore, earnestly hoped that the request hereby made will be kindly complied with by as many of the Society's friends as may have it in their power to do so.

RESIGNATION OF OFFICE BY THE SECRETARY. MR. MIDDLEDITCH having received an invitation to the pastoral office from the church at BLOCKLEY, Worcestershire, and being inclined to comply with the request, not only from preference for stated ministerial service, but also because the pressure of duties in the office of Secretary had become too great for him to sustain with comfort, submitted the matter to the Committee at their meeting on the first of November. A Sub-Coinmittee was then appointed to confer with him thereon, in order to ascertain if any arrangement could be made by which to secure his continuance in office. After conference with the brethren so appointed, Mr. Middleditch still felt that, while most gratefully acknowledging the kindness of the Committee in the proposals made, he could not continue to discharge the duties of the office with satisfaction to himself without a measure of exertion beyond what the state of his health would warrant. He therefore addressed the following letter to the Committee, which was read at a meeting specially summoned to receive his decision :

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