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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.

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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.

INDEX

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. Suiphen, 28, 125; openings, 120, Africa, South, mission to 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, Associale Presbyterian missions, 26.

296, 339-42; annual survey, 6; changes, 61 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. Lobdell, 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 corrupreport at the meeting of the Board, 296; Mr. tion, 77; Mr. Marsh's visit to Mardin and Munger's tour to Satara, 339-42.

Jebal Tour, 108 ; persecution at Diarbekr, Aintab, station at, 3-4, 22-4, 39-42, 115–8, 196, 142, 233, 264, 333; progress at Diarbekr, 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; Dorfa, 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, Batticotta-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, 148, 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-chiu, 17; Chinese Roman- 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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