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the active, the munificent gifts of the wealthy, ANNIVERSARIES OF AUSILIARIES. and the universal contributions of our great CONNECTICUT, The Eastern Auxiliary of community.

New Haven County held its 3d annual meeting at Branford, on the 2d of October. The re

ports of the Secretary aud Treasurer were OBITUARY OF MRS. HITCHCOCK.

read, and addresses were delivered by the

Rev. Aaron Dutton, and Col. John B. Chit. Mrs. S. S. Hitchcock, the wife of Mr. A. H.

tenden, of Guilford, and Doct. Joseph Foot of Ilitchcock, assistant missionary at Dwight, North Haven.-Rev. Timothy P. Gillet, Secamong the Cherokees of the Arkansas, died at retary; Dea. Frisbie, Treasurer; both of Bran

ford. that station on the of March. Rev. C.

The Eastern Auxiliary of Fairfield County Washburn, after relating some of the circum

held its 3d annual meeting at Brookfield, 4th stances of the sickness of Mrs. H. which ter. of October. The usual reports were read, and minated in a bereavement so afflictive to her

addresses were delivered by the Rev. Amos

Basset, D. D. Rev. Messrs. W. C. Kniffen, husband and the mission family, remarks

William Mitchell, and Thomas Punderson.

At the close of the exercises a collection of Thus, in a sudden and unexpected manner, 1 $74 was taken.--Rev. Joshua Leavitt, of and at a time and under circumstances very Stratford, Secretary; Dea. Stephen Hawley, tenderly trying, was our beloved sister taken of Bridgeport, Treasurer. from us. It is our Father's hand: He ordered The Auxiliary of Norwich and Vicinity held the time and circumstances of her removal, its 4th annual meeting at Norwich, 4th of Ocand we are sure all was ordered wisely and in tober. The usual reports were read, and adunerring kindness. We are consoled by the dresses were delivered by the Rev. Dr. Nott, evidence which she gave in life, that her and Rev. Abel M'Ewen, and Mr. Loomis, who death would be the entrance into immortal were present as members of the Deputation life. To us her death is a very great loss. from the parent Society:-Jabez Huntington, She was an excellent woman, a valuable mem- Esq. Secretary; Francis A. Perkins, Esq. ber of this mission, and a dearly beloved sister. Treasurer.

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Donations,
FROM OCTOBER 21st, TO NOVEMBER 20TH, INCLUSIVE.

Hampden co. Ms. S. Warriner, Tr.

Agawam, Gent. 7,98; la. 7,03; 15 01
Blandford, Gent. 17,76; la. 23,13;
Graham so. 13;

53 89
Chicopee, Gent, and la.

36 50
Longmeadow, La.

39 10
Ludiow,
Gent, and la.

32 65
South Wilbraham, Gent. 7,83; la. 13; 20 83
Springfield, Gent. 38,11; la. 32,64; 70 75
Westfield, Gent. 20,10; la. 24; 44 10
West Springfield, An indiv.

2 00—314 83
Hillsboro co. West, N. H. E. Burnham, Tr.
Antrim, Gent. 22,50; la. 22,91; an
indiv. for Wes. miss. 1;

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I. AUXILIARY SOCIETIES. Brookfield asso. Ms. Of the sums ack

nowledged in the Herald for last inonth, pp. 365, 366, 850 from the la. asso. in Brookfield, w. par. and 850 from the gent, and la. asso. in Ware, constitute the Rev. JOSEPH I. FOOT and the Rev. AUGUSTUS B. REED Honorary Mem

bers of the Board.
Cheshire co. N. H. C. H. Jaquith, Tr.

Chesterfield, Gent. 5,44; la. 6,29; 11 73
Fitz William, Gent. 23,60; la. 40,14; 69 74
Keene, Gent. 21,13; la. 54,95; mon.
con. 3,50;

46 41 Hancock, Gent. 16,75; la. 22,57; 39 32

79 58 Surry, Gent. 8,75; la. 12;

20 75 Westmoreland, Geut. 19,60; la. 14,75; 34 35 Winchester, Gent. 20,50; la. 21,71; 42 21

258 36 Ded. c. note,

00-253 36 Cumberland co. Me. W. Hyde Tr. Brunswick, Gent.

17 00 Falmouth, La.

9 77
New Gloucester, Gent. 5,20; la. 7,36; 12 56_-39 33
Fairfield co. East, Ct. S. Hawley, Tr.
Coll. at an. meeting,

74 00 Bridgeport, Gent. 44,75; la. 60,13; La.

sew. so. for Elijah Waterinan at Dwight, 30; mon. con. 20; 154 88 Brooknield, Char. so. 15,50; fem. · Dorcas asso. 5;

20 50 Huntington, Gent. 60,08 la. 75,95; mon. con, 12;

148 03 Monroe, Gent. 10,96; la. 25,28;

36 24 Newtown, Fem. asso.

22 63 Redding, Gent.

32 30 Stratford, Gent. 13,95; la. 35; mon. con. 12;

60 95 Trumbull, Gent. 20,50; la. 6,90; mon, con, 4,26; la. miss. so. 3;

34 66

85 73
Ded. c. note,

1 00—-84 73
Middletown and vic. Ct. R. Hubbard, Tr.
Chatham, 1st so. Gent. 16; la. 25; 41 00
Middle Haddam, La.

19 00
Durham,
La.

27 20
Middletown, 1st so. Gent. 66,79; la.
61,52;

128 31
Middlefield, La.

19 52-235 03 New Boston and vic. N. H. J. S. Adams, Tr. 91 74 New Haven co. East, Ct. S. Frisbie, Tr. Branford, Gent. 41,14; la. 57,75; fem. char. so. 12;

110 89 Cheshire, La.

9 00
East Guilford, Fem. cent. so.

15 00
East Haven, Gent. 25,17; la. 37,04; 62 21
Guilford, Gent. 52,68; la. 39,76 92 44
Meriden, Gent. 15,70, la. 31,72; 47 42
North Bristol, Gent.

12 89
Northford, Gent. 21.15; la. 25,12;

46 27 North Guilford, Gent. 7,85; la. 18,36; 26 21 North Haven, Gent. 19,11; la. 17,14; 36 25

584 19 Ded. expenses,

32 92-551 27 Fairfield co. West, Ct. M. Marvin, Tr. Fairfield, Gent.

30 00 Ridgebury, Gent. and la.

19 92---19 92

458 58
Ded. c. note, 2; amt. retained for

expenses, and sum yet to be re-
mitted, 58,75;

60 75-397 83
New Haven co. West, Ct. W. Stebbins, Tr.
Derby, Gent. 32,66; la. 21,79;

54 45 Hamden, F. plains, Gent. 5,16; la. 15; 20 16 Mount Carmel, La. 17; young la. benev, asso. 12,24;

29 24

Montville, ia.

11 14
North Stonington, Gent. 13; la. 17,58; 30 58
Norwich, 1st so. La.

34 8L
2d so. Gent, 229,94; la. 60,58 290 52
Preston, La.

11 86

68! 88
Ded. expenses,

10 50-671 38
Orange co. Vt. J. W. Snith, Tr.
Bradford, Gent. 6,60; la. 8,69;

15 29
Broukfield, Gent. 6,50; la. 15.31 21 81
Chelsea, Gent. 15.33; la. 12,63; 27 96
Postmills village, Gent. 5,81; la. 11,28, 17 09
Randolph, Gent. 50; la. 60;

110 00
Thetford, Gent. 31,22; la. 33,76; 64 98
Tunbridge, La.

12 25
Williamstown, Gent. 8,27; la. 4,67; 12 94-282 32
Palestine Miss. so. Ms. E. Alden, Tr.

217 53
Pittsburgh and vic. Pa. M. Allen, Tr.
Bull Creek, Asso.

59 97
Meadville, 'Asso.

58 50

Whitneyville Armory, Gent. 13 64
Middlebury, chh. 12; Cornelius
so. 16,62; indiv. 16,03;

44 65
Milford, ist so. Gent. 68,54, la.
50,06; chh. 41,75; mon. con. 5; 165 35
2d so. La.

28 14
Orange, North Milford, Gent. 48,10;
la. 25,69,

73 79
West Haven, Gent. 37; la. cent so.

23,71; boarding sch. asso. 15,82;
young la. sew.80..3,58; juv. sew.
so. for. ed. hea. chil. 5;

85 il
Prospect, Gent. 6; la. 12,01;

18 01
Waterbury, Gent. 25,60; 19. 23,25;

48 85
Salem, Gent. 15,28; la. 14,82; 30 10
Woodbridge, Amity, Gent. 12, la.
13,28;

25 28
Bethany, Gent.

30 88

667 65
Ded. amt. acknow, in M. Herald for

Oct. 150,27; c. note, 3; lost, 6; rec'd
in clothing, &c. 3,08; expenses,
18,25; balance to be remitted,
23,62;

204 22-463 43
New-York city and Brooklyn. W.
W. Chester, Tr.

68 26
Northampton and neighb. towns, Ms.

E. S. Phelps, T'r.
Coll. at an. meeting,

21 21
Gent. of Grand Jury in Hamp. co.
for Sandw. Isl, miss.

3 00
Amherst, Gent. (of which to consti-

tute the Rev. Prof. N. W. FISKE,
an Honorary Member of the Board,
50;)

90 00
Belchertown, Gent. 30; la. 28,54; 58 54
Chesterfield, Gent. 16; la. 11,65; 27 65
Cummington, La. 26,10; mon. con.
1,47;

27 57
Deerfield, 2d so. Gent. 24,25; la. 10;

Jews so. 26; (of which to constitute
the Rev. TERTIUS S. CLARK
an Honorary Member of the Board,
50;)

60 25
East Hampton, Gent. 21,58; la. 16,89; 38 47
Goshen, Gent. 9; la. 20,50; mon. con.
11,21;

40 71
Granby, 1st par. Gent. for Mackinaw
miss.

24 54
W. par. Gent. 27; la. 22;

49 00
Hadley, Gent. 95,12; la. 38,12; juv.
asso. 3,59;

136 83
Hatfield, Gent. 20,32; la. to consti-

tute the Rev. JARED B. WATER-
BURY, an Honorary Member of
the Board, 50;

70 32
Middlefield, Gent.

21 00
Northampton, Gent. 178,90; la.
56,34;

235 24
Norwich, Gent. 13,95; la. 12,03; 25 98
Plainfield, Gent. 17; la. 13,52; 30 52
South Hadley, Gent. 55; an indiv.

5; la. Cherokee so. 17; la. cent so.
27,62;

104 62
Southampton, Gent. (of which for

V. Gould at Brainerd, 30;) 40,45;
Ja. for Mindwell W. Gould at
Brainerd, 31,37;

71 82
Sunderland, Gent. 36.50; la. 35,40; 71 90
West Hampton, Gent, 28; la. (of

which for Enoch Hale in Ceylon,
12;) 12,93;

40 93
Whately, Gent. 35,26; la. 27,03; 62 29
Williamsburgh, Gent. 30,76; la.
19,06; mon.con, 12,01;

61 83
Worthington, Gent, and la.

19 80

1,394 02
Ded, expenses,

8 82-1,385 20
Norwich and vic. Ct. F. X. Perkins, Tr.

Bozrah, Gent. 19,12; la. 11,05; 30 17
Franklin, Gent. 8,31; la. 16;

24 31
Griswold, Gent. 50; Ja. 50;

100 00
Lebanon, Gent. 21,59; la. 22,30;
mon. con. 12,08; (of which to
constitute the Rev, EDWARD
BULL an Honorary Member of
the Board, 50;)

55 97
Lisbon, Hanover so. Gent. 32,25;
Ja. 23,29;

55 54
Newent só. Gent. 9,66; la. 15,32;
fem. char. so. 12;

36 98

118 47
Ded, expenses,

19-118 2
Sullivan co. N. H. The sum of 852,32,

mentioned in the Herald for Nov. p.
366, as received fr. Cornish, was fr.

the la, asso, in that town.
Tompkins, Cayuga and Onondaga cos.

N. Y. E. Hills, Tr. (of which fr. la.
asso. in Skaneateles to constitute the
Rev. ALEXANDER M, COWAN
an Honorary Member of the Board, 50;)

322 00
Worcester Central asso. Ms. E. Flagg, Tr.

Grafton, Gent. 14,19; la. 22,14; 36 33
Hoiden, Gent. 94,50; la. 75,26; mon.
con. 28.78;

198 54
Leicester, Gent. 44,18; la. 60; 104 18
Oxford, Gent. 39; ia. 42;

81 00
Paxton, Gent. 24,90; la. 22;

46 90
Rutland, Gent., 46,05; la. 48,12;
mon, con. 8;

102 17
Shrewsbury, Gent. 43,40; la. 24,72; 68 12
West Boylston, Gent. 25,35, la.
37,90; mon. con, 8,65;

71 90
Worcester, Gent. 35,51; la. (of which

to constitute the Rev. RODNEY
A. MILLER an Honorary Mem-
ber of the Board, 50;) 69,82; mon.
con. in 1st chh. 40;

145 33

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Albany, N. Y. T. W. Olcott, 66,21; fem. so.

2d pay. for Stephen Van Rensselaer and
Catharine Spencer at Mackinaw, 24;

90 21
Amsterdam, N. Y. Mon. con. in presba chh.

8 00
Andover, Ms. Char, so. in Phillips' acad. for

Samuel Phillips, IViltiam Phillips and Sam-
uel Farrar in Ceylon,

35 32
Augusta, Me. Gent. asso.

27 00
Ballston, N. Y. Coll.

26 50
Becket, Ms. Widow Coe, for Sandw. Isl. miss.

5 00
Bloomingburgh, O. Miss. asso.

4 00
Boston, Ms. A lady, by Rev. L. Andrews,

10 00
Brandon. Vt. J. Parmenter, for books for
Sandw. Is).

1 00
Brookfield. Vt. Mon. con. 8.56; fem. juv. so.
for ed. hea. chil. 7; fem. cent so. 14.13;

29 69
Brookfield vic. Vt. Cir. pray. meeting, 19 21
Burlington, Ms. Gent. so. 12.44; la. so. 10.69;

23 13
Cambridge, Ms. Miss. sewing circle, for Mrs.
Bishop at the Sandw. Isl.

10 00
Candia, N. H. Relig. char. so. for Sandw. Is).
miss.

17 25
Catskill, N. Y. B. W. Dwight,
Cazenovia, N. Y. Feni. for. miss. so.

15 00
Champion, N, Y. Fem. miss. so.

1 00
Charlton, N. Y. Coli.

16 00
Chelmsford. Ms. Hea. sch. so. for wes. miss. 12 00
Cherry Valley, N. Y.
Mon. con.

13 00
Cincinnati, O. Av. of stone ware, 7.75; do, of

apples, &c. 6.87; R. Turner, 8; mon. con. 3; 25 62
Colebrook, Ct. A friend, for Sandw. Isl, miss.

5 00
Cornwall, Ct. Rec'd from various sources for
buildings for For. miss, sch).

125 00

10 00

Westfield, Ms. Coll. for Sandw. Is). miss. 52;. fem. union so. for do. 30;

82 00 West Salem, Pa. J. Donaldson,

1 50 IVest Tennessee, Synod,

93 81 Winchester, Va. L. Hoff,

50 00 Winthrop, Me. Gent. asso. 8; la, asso. 13; 21 00 Worcester, Ms. Sab. sch. for Waimea, Sandw.

Isl. 6; gent. asso. in Calv. so. 57,50, la. asso. in do. 62;

125 50 Unknown, or purposely concealed by the donors; Heirs of a small estate;

100 00 A. B. Vt.

10 00 Whole amount of donations acknowledged in the

preceding lists, 89,230 54.

III. PERMANENT FUND.

Chelsea, Vt. Rev. LATHROP THOMSON,

(which constitutes him an Honorary Member of the Board,)

50 00 Southold, N. Y. Legacy of the late Mrs. Lucre. tia Thomson, dec’d, by Kev. L. Thoinson, 250 00

IV. DONATIONS IN CLOTHING, &c.
Bloomingburgh. A box.
Brookfield A880., Ms. 20 pr, of shoes, fr. gent.

asso. in Ware, 30; a box, fr. la. asso. in do.,
40,79, for Sandw. Isi, miss.

70 79 Brooklyn, N. Y: Sundry articles, fr. la. of Rev.

Mr. Sandford's so. for Sandw. Isl. miss. Chelsea, Vt. A box, fr. ladies for do.

56 00 Cohassét, Ms. A box fr. la. evang. soc. for do. Cooper stown, N. Y. A cask, fr. Ja. for do. 65 00 Crafisbury, Vt. A box, fr. fem. benev. so, for Wes. miss.

72 0 East Windsor, Ct. A box, fr. I. Wells, for Mr.

S. Ruggles, at the Sandw. Isl.
Fairfield cu. Eust, Ct. Aux.so. Clothing, fr.
la. miss. so. in Trumbull, 28,66; do. fr. fem.
Dorcas so. in Brookfield, 27,12,

55 78
Greensboro', Vt. A box, ti, ladies.
Hardwick, Vt. A bux, fr. fem. char. so, for
Brainerd,

25 50 Holden, Ms. A box, fr. ladies for Pal. miss. Londonderry, V!. Potatoes, fr. E. Smith, for

Sandw. Isl. miss.
Mansfield, Ct. A bundle.
Marbichead, Ms. A box, for Sandw. Isl. miss.
Marlboro', Mass. A bundle, fr. fem. benev.so.

in 1st par. for do. 9,60; a bundle, tr. do..for
Cher. miss, 15,00;

24 60 New Haven co. East, Ct. Aux. so. sundry ar

ticles. New Haven co. West, Ct. Aux. so. shoes, fr.

gent. asso. in North Milford, 84 c. clothing fr. la. asso. in Mount Carmel, 2,24;

3 08 New York city. Hardware, tr. a friend, for Sandw, Isl. miss.

5 00 North Bridgewater, Ms. A box, fr. frag. so, for

do. North IVilbraham, Ms. Sundry articles, fr.

fem. benev, so, for do. Paris, N. Y. 1 doz, boxes pills,

2 50 Reading, S. par., Ms. Potatoes, fr. indiv, for

Sandw. Isl. miss.
Rindge, N.H. A bedquilt, fr. three ladies, for do.
Rutland, Ms. A box, fr. la. 4880.
Southampton,

Ms. A box, for Rey. Mr. Bing-
ham, at the Sandw. Isl.
Sturbridge, Ms. A box, fr. fem. read. so. for

Alikhunna,
Troy, N. Y. A box, fr. ladies, for Sandw. Isl,

200 89 Walnut Hills, 0. Socks, stockings, &c. fr. C.

Kemper.
Waterbury, Vt. A bundle, fr. indiv, for Mr.

Austin, at Harmony
Wethersfield, Ct. A barrel, for Sandw. Isl.

miss.
Worcester, Ms. A small box of dried fruit, for

Kev. S. Whitney, at the Sandy. Isl.

Committed to the care of 1. Thomas, Utica, N. 2, Manlius, N. Y. A half barrel of dried fruit,

Cortland Villave. N. Y. L. B. Parsons,

20 00 Cynthiana, Ky. Cong. for Sandw. Isl. miss.

10 75 Danbury, Ct. Mon. con.

9 40 Derby, Vt. Mon. con.

3 00 Dunstable, Nashua Village, N. H. Mon. con. 25 00 Trst Bridgewater, Ms. Fem. cent so.

6 54 Esser, Ct. A friend,

1 00 Esser, Ms. Gent.asso.

38 00 l'airfield, N. Y. A fem, friend,

5 00 Fishikill Landing, N. Y. Miss. so. in Ref. Dutch chh.

26 00 Flemingsburgh, Ky. Indiv. for Sandw. Isl. miss.

40 00 Franklin, O. Indiv,

6 50 Freehold, N. J. Coll. for Sand. Isl. miss. 51 00 Goshen, Choc. na. Av. of ring,

1 00 Greenbush village, N. Y. Fem. work. so. for books and tracts for Sandw. Isl. miss.

5 00 Guilford, N. Y. Fem. miss. 80.

8 50 Halifar, Vi. Fem. char. so.

14 00 Haridrick, Vt. La. asso. 13; mon. con. 16.15; E. Strong, 20; L. H. Delano, 5;

54 15 Huntsville, Ala. Mon. con.

5 50 Jasper co. Ga. J. Williams, m. f.

2 30 Lansingburgh, N. Y. Coh. for Sandw. Isl. miss.

20 00 Lawrenceville, N. J. A lady, for do.

2 00 Lebanon, N. H. Fem. bible and miss. so. 12 00 Lexington, Ky. 1st chh. for Sandw. Isl, miss. 28 00 Litchfield co. Ct. Aux. so. F. Deming, Tr. 150 00 Livonia, N. Y. Rev. J. Stow, for Bombay miss. 12 00 Manchester, Vt. Mrs. J. P. Warne, fur Richard Warne in Ceylon,

20 00 Maysville, Ky. Indiv. for Sandw. Isl. miss.

6 00 Midilleboro, Ms. Mon. con. in Ist chh.

17 80 Middle Granville, Ms. Char. box of Mrs. G. Hall,

3 00 Millersburgh, N. Y. Indiv. for Sandw. Isl. miss. 5 94 Nerv Concord, Ky: Cong. for Sandw, Isl. miss. 5 40 New Ipsīvich, N. H. Mon. con.

41 00 New Lebanon, N. Y. R. Woodworth, a rev. pensioner, for Sandw. Isl. miss.

5 00 New London, Ct. T. W. Williams,

42 14 Newport, R. I. A sab. seh. teacher,

10 00 New York city, A friend, 50; three indiv. of

sab. school, for Sandw. Isl. miss. 1; Ja. of the Wall st. chh. for Pal. miss. 50; a widow, for William Henry Cross at Mackinaw, 12; mon.

con. in Laight st. chh. juv, asso. 25,06, 138 56 Norfolk, Ct. JOSEPH BATTELL, which constitutes him an Honorary Member of the Board,

100 00 North Grant ille, N. Y. Juv. la. miss. so. 36;

juv. gent. do. for hea. chil. in Ceylon, 50; 86 00 Orville, N, Y. A mem. of cong. chh.

6 00 Paris, Ky: Cong. for Sandw. Isl. miss. 36 62 Pewlet, Vt. A friend, av. of ring,

50 Philadelphia, Pa. Juv. mite so. in Miss Guild's sem. for Sandw. Isl. miss.

8 00 Pisgah, Ky.. Coll. for Sandw. Isl, miss. 15; D. Huni, fer do. 10;

25 00 Pompey, N. Y. A friend,

1 00 Portland, Me. A friend,

1 67 Potsdam, N. Y. Mon. con.

14 53 Prattsburgh, N. Y. Mon. con. 16; E. and B. 10; S. R. 1;

27 00 Princeton, N.J. Mon. con. in theol. sem. 10 00 Rochester, N. Y. Mon. con. for Nov. in 1st

chh. 50; do. in 2d chh. 50; do. in 3d chh. 50; 150 00 Royalton, Vt. A friend,

25 00 Saco, Me. Four females, for Sandw. Isl. miss. 5 00 Salein, Ms. So. to support a fem. teacher at Bombay, 10,12; fem. so. for ed. hea. chil. in Ceylon, 20;

30 12 Schenectady, n. Y. Coll.

77 18 Simsbury, Ct. A few neighbors,

14 00 Smyrna, Ky. Cong. for Sandw. Ísl. miss. 6 50 South Salem, N. Y. Mrs. M. Northrop, 4th pay. for Elizabeth Northrop, at Cattaraugus,

12 00 Spencertown, N. Y. Fem. char. so.

12 50 Sudbury, Vt. Coll. by Rev. J. S. Green, 5 12 Templė, Me. Mon. con.

2 86 Troy, N. Y. Coil.

71 63 Tunbridge, Vt. Rev. D. H. Williston, 50; cir. conf. meet. 3,80,

53 80 Turner, Me. Mon. con. for Sandw. Isl. miss. 5 00 Utica, N. Y. Welsh miss. so.

37 38 Uxbridge, Ms. A friend, for Sandw. Isl. miss. 50; coll. for do. 17;

67 00 Washington, N. H. A friend,

51 00 Waterford, N. Y. Coll.

28 00 Watervlict anil Nesticauna, N Y. Aux, so, 20 00

and a trunk of clothing, for Sandw. Is), miss. Trenton, N. Y. Clothing, for Sandw. Isl, miss.

blanketing, fr. L. Younglove and others,
18,97; flannel, fr. Mrs. Younglove, 5, 87; for

Mackinaw mission.
Winfield, N. Y. A bundle, for do.

miss.

INDEX

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

343

the,

Abdool Messeeh, journal of,

American Sunday School Union, report
151
of,

318
Africa, Western, the American Board
proposes a mission to,11,397—propos-

Tract Society, annual meet-
ed German mission to,292-American

ing of, 193, 223_report of,

257, 259
colony in, 389-tribes contiguous to

Apocalyptic churches, Rev. Mr. Hart-
ley's visit to the,

349
the colony in,

390 | Arabic and Armenian types obtained in
South, missions in, 17, 317, 354
Aga, Jacob, an Armenian, mention of,

France and England,
19, 105, 111
Armenian language, translations into

374
Age, the present, characteristics and

pilgrims, interview with, 141
consequent duties of,1--the Bible So.

342
ciety adapted to the wants of the,

- hopeful conduct of,

219
Agency in New York city,

91

press, importance of, 113mm
obtained,

344
Ai-ik-hun-nah, station of,

9

Armenians, intelligence respecting, 19,
Algiers, mention of,

349
Allan, Rev. John, letter from,

105, 119--meeting of at Constantia
378
nople,

112
Alphabet, syllabic Cherokee, 212, 382

Asaad Jacob, an Arab youth, mention
America, Spanish,

11, 321
American Baptist Board, missions of,

of, 20, 21--letters from, 22, 137--
misconduct of,

378
85, 164-annual meeting of, 192-re-

Shidiak, a remarkable Arab
port of,

261
Bible Society, annual meet-

young man, 22, 68-public statement

of, 71-76, 97—101---biographical
ing of, 193-report of,

254
Board of Commissioners for

notices of, 129--137, 169--177, 268,

369-372
Foreign Missions, home department

Assistant to family religion, Mr. Cogs-
of, 5—foreign establishments of, 6-

well's, noticed,

197
intelligence from missions of, 18—23,
33--55, 62, 65_-83, 91, 97-117, 124,

Associations, formation of, 62, 92, 165,

228, 262, 294, 326,365
129--151, 164, 169-185, 201-215,

Auxiliaries. See American Board, &c.
227, 233-250, 265—282, 297–313,

Ava, sufferings of missionaries in, 85
329.-349,369--385-eighteenth annual
meeting of, 356-receipts and expen. Baptist Mission college at Serampore,
ditures of, 357-officers of, 361-do-

mention of,

81
nations to, 30, 62, 95, 127, 165, 199, Batticotta, station of, 7--report of cen-
229,263, 295, 326,365,398---formation

tral school at,

329
of Auxiliaries to, 92, 165, 198, 262, Beechy, Capt. errors in the statements
326, 364-anniversaries of Auxilia-

of,

273
ries to, 126, 165, 198, 223, 228, 262, Benevolent Institution in Calcutta,
294, 326, 363, 398-remarks on the

mention of the,

82
annual meeting of,
362 || Bengal, priesthood of,

215
Colonization Society, opera- Bethel, station of,

9
tions of, 122, 389. See Liberia.

Beyroot. See Syria.
Education Society, view of, Bible Society, British and Foreign, al.
26-anniversary of, 222-report of,

lusion to,
259—Quarterly Journal of,

292

in Calcutta, mention of,
Home Missionary Society,

Protestant, of France,
importance of the, 161--annual meet-

proceedings of,

56
ing of, 193.-toport of,

256 Bibles distributed in Syria, Palestine,

and Egypt,

215

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the age,

ary of,

Bible, circulation of, in the United

Circular letter of the missionaries at
States,
394 the Sandwich Islands,

2410
Biblical literature, work on, noticed, 197 Clay, Mr. Secretary, speech of at the
Bird, Rev. Isaac,communications from,

Colonization Society meeting,

122
101, 129, 138, 169, 268, 302, 369– Constantinople, intelligence from, 17,
general labors of,

106

112, 237, 239, 232, 346
Bishop, Rev. Artemas, communications Correspondence, extracts from, 96, 168,
from,
48, 207, 246

264, 296, 328
and Thurston, Rev. Messrs., Cotym, troubles at, on account of the
letter from,

proceedings of Mar Athanasius, 158
Bishop's college at Calcutta, mention Creekpath, station of, 8-intelligence
of,

79
from,

378
Blatchely, Doctor Abraham, return of
from the Sandwich Islands,

226 Dalton, Doctor, death of in Palestine, 139
Boke-e-tun-nuh, station of,

Daniel, ship, outrage of crew of, at the
Boki, pretended letter of, 274-evi.

Sandwich Islands,

39
dence that it is a forgery,

275

Deputations to the anniversaries of
Bombay, station at, 6, 12--intelligence

Auxiliaries, remarks on failures of, 363
from, 130--embarkation of missiona.

Der el Kamer, mention of,

68
ries destined for,

Desert from Egypt to Palestine, jour-
Boschuanas, in South Africa, account

ney through,

338
of,

351

Dinagepore, success of missions in, 16
Brainerd, station of, g--intelligence Diodati, remarks of on the adaptedness
from,

115

of the Bible Society to the spirit of
Brewer, Rev. Josiah, destination of,

219
124--communications from,

233

Dodge, Rev. Nathaniel B., communica-
Brown, Capt. John, a Cherokee, obitu-

tions from,

149, 312
91
Donation, a liberal,

96
Mr. Moses, his liberality, 191 Donations. See American Board, &c.
Buckle, Capt., misconduct of at the

Dreams, confidence in at the Sandwich
Sandwich Islands,
39 Islands,

144
Burmah, mission in, 16-sufferings of

Druses, mention of,

141
missionaries,

85

Dutch, former efforts of in Ceylon, 252
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, communication

Dwight, station of, 9--intelligence from, 382
from,

214
Byron's Bay, on Hawaii, station at, 52, 207

East India Company, resolution of in

respect to hunian sacrifices in India, 393
Caffraria, and the Caffres, description Egypt, religious prospects of,

337
of,

317

Elliot, station of,
Cairo, residence in,

337

Ely, Rev. James, communication from, 209
Calcutta, Mr. Winslow's journal at, 79 Emmaus, station of,
--missionary meeting at,

80
Ephesus, remarks on,

349
Cana of Galilee, mention of,

67 Esdraelon, adventures on the plain of, 65
Candy's Creek, station of,

8
Eyries, T. B., letter from,

30
Carabet, Dionysius, an Armenian arch-
bishop, account of, 104, 111--visit of

Farewell letter of Mr. King to the peo-
to Jerusalem,

342

ple of Syria, excitement produced by
Carmel, station of,

8
the, at Constantinople,

112
Cattaraugus, station of, 10--intelli-

Fathalla, a promising Syrian youth,
gence from,

249, 385
mention of,

141
Ceylon, mission at, 7, 13--intelligence Firman of the Grand Seignor against the

79, 329
Scriptures,

114
brief view of missionary opera-

Fisk, Rev. Pliny, remarks upon, 101--
tions in, 250--renunciation of idol.

retlections on the death of, 112--ex-
atry by Buddhist priests in,

tracts from a letter of,

267
southern, progress of missions in, 16

Foreign Mission School, reasons for
Cherokees, mission among, 8--intelli-

suspension of,

24
gence from,
13, 115, 212, 275, 378

Fort William, at Calcutta, mention of, 79
general notices respect-

France, protestant evangelical societies
ing the, 116--syllabic alphabet of,

in, 55, 83--Mr. King's return to, 78--
212, 382–printing press and types for, 382 spirit of missions in

the south of,
of the Arkansas, mission
78-ecclesiastical view of,

192
among: 9--intelligence from,

382 Free-school at Calcutta, mention of, 81
Chiefs at the Sandwich Islands, testi-
Choctaws, mission among, 9--intelli-
monials of in favor of the missionaries, 243 11

Galeb Shidiak, brother to Asaad, men-
tion of,

135, 170, 302, 372
gence from,

164, 213, 277 Garrett, Mr. James, communication
Christian, a, resolving to do his duty, 32.1 from,

180
Almanac noticed,
293 German colonies in southern Russia,

118
Christians of Syria, nominal, remarks on, 108

mission to Western Africa,

292
Church, Christian, why it does no more

Missionary Society, proceed.
for the heathen,
323 ings of,

117
Missionary Society, notices Germany, prospects of the Jews in, 159
of missions of, 16,120,151, 155, 158, 186, 250 Gibraltar, some account of,

233
Courches in Calcutta, mention of,

81 Girgis, an Abyssinian, account of,

from,

286

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