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porn gibi CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. schools; it appearing to the Committees anus (Continued from p. 601.) " that the true line of labour was precisely We now come to that part of the Society's that which De. Juhn həd pointed out." Aç, Report wbich relates to India. Our readers cordingly, they voted one hundred rupees are well acquainted with the school-esta- month, equal to 12). 10s, sterling, to this obx blishments of the Rev. Dr. John, of Tran- ject, under the superintendance of the Rey. quebar. That venerable minister of Jesus Dr. John, and the Rev. Mr. Thompson, chap, Christ applied to the Rey. Mr. Thomason lain at Madras. “ I communicated this res of Calcutta, for such aid as he could afford solution,” adds Mr. Thomason to that him. The Corresponding Committee of the honoured labourer Dr. John, in time for hiwa Society at Calcutta were induced, by this to receive the glad tidings by Christmas application, to appropriate a purt of the day. This is always 4 joyful time with the fonds entrusted to them for the purpose of Tamul Christians, and would be kept with defraying the expense of rearlers in the peculiar joy and thankfulness, on receiving antive towns, to the support of Dr. John's the unexpected intelligence of this donation." Christ. Obsery. No. 154

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The Soetety, on receiving this gratifying tomanuel; bringing forward proof of his
tattelligence, doubled the annual which divine power, and pointinig, vogt, the molte

had been placed ja tle tanda of the Corre- tion wluchthebestow. The halter past was
Suponding Committery.reiding it from 2501. sexy satisfactory indeed, as medidence of
10 5001 iuçri}u".7?:n reviisa 5970 m, his acquaintalice with the chiauge, which
2 Our readers are already aware that the passes, in the Christian's mind. I His dis
semerdbler Dr. Jobin, has oclused bis dearthly course was intermixed with exhortations to
labours; but his place is well supplied by the einbrace the religion of the only Saviout,
Ren Mrs Caegierer, who, in mucceeding to Sorde, it seems, sen light by what they heard;
the chief superintendance of the Tranquebar others approved, and said his book contain-
Miliona has also undertaken the charge of ed more weighty truths that their Shasters"
Da John's school establishindents. He will - " Deca 5 Saturday. We arrived in the
be aided in bis benevolent and useful exet neighbourbood of Christian friend, and
tions by the Society's two missionaries, the our party went froth the buals to pass the
Rerd. C. Schaaniè, and the Rev. C. T. E. Sunday at his house, and sound literally in
Rbonius, who sailed from this country for the wildemese God present in our little asi
Madras, in the month of Februaty lasti pod semblg...
auk has been a part of the plan of this son "Abdool could not get the boatmen is
ciety, to establish native readers pf the Christ attend him; and therefore taking the Chriso
tmani Seripates in the most populous places tiau children with bim, the went to a village
of India. Of one of the natives, who has at a little distance, and began to sing his
been for sine timo employed in this way with hymn. 4. The whole willage. meira women

unexpected success; Abdool Messce, a full and children, soon gathered round him: lae
aceount will be found, in our Vol. for 1813, explained 10: them the Ten Commandments,
pw-811. Of this useful latwurer Mr. Tisoy and enforced theie obligation. They beard
inuson writess, ander date of Oct. 9, 1813, with much attention.". is
that his succeso greatly exceeds their hopes - Dec 29. -At Danapore we were grabi

Wo could-tieverhuve. ventared," he adds fied with the sight of a large school of native

taliope for such rapide and extraordinary children, kept by the Baptist Missionaries, effectras trave attended his ministrations at They have another school in-a neighbouring Agra iu Ibis short period. A bright day village. Oue of the Missionaries told me, pelos to be rising upon those parts. What that Me. Marlyn's name is held in great may wa not expect froon such prosperous bem esteen by the patives here ; and that the gimiugat". os

schools which he had instituted when here We shall liezo interrupti dur account of had rendered the way cavier, for the people die Report of the Committee, in order to lay now send their cliildren to school without before outsreaders, some alinis stun the scruple. kremember it was not so whes Juurin ati Abdool Megget, whicho have ar Mr. Mariyn began his schnols. trid Gree the Heport was printedo 17.25.13 " 1813. January 3.- Sunday. Our boat nale Journal was written by the Rev. Dr. slaid at Ribbon Gunge. In the afternoo, Corrin, one of the chaplains of the Honours Abdool went into the Bazán, and preached. able Bast: India Company, stationed at Agra At first, the people sbewed no attention; bor 94.181%; Nar: 20.-We left the neighbour- gradually. pne and another stood, til howd of Aulautta, having two ftiends in con- crowd.collected, and more attentivo seemed pay.baThere was u large party of boataseir excited shun at ang place before. After doo and verrexia: $a 943 :v #9: si sale afwiach had finished-bis discourse, the people gab.4. Nov.99.- We rested in a loạely placed thered 'round him, and asked 1419 garso In the afternooi. Abdool collected the boat. tions about the names which ha thad nietto med and other are the banks to the number tioned. Three came down to his boat with at about forty, arust preached to them. "He beans and passed a good deal of the evening Wegin vand ended with a hyun, after that in covyetsationi; writing down from his lipo MATIDER I of the daimica Leligious zin which what lie told them in brief of Christian have was joined by the Christind ebildten und trachead gunung

u stwira; bus panta kit discoûtso was from the latter ish Ton. Due Ac Bárat: Enly is ibe matan end of the fifto chaptat de $a Battlest Heiggi

malked with Abdool coward the Earoo puke of our strifed striebyniowe, adducing pean berpacks.. On drawing near Wome of penny pruola obedovable an their owride and the nations wives of tbe soldies segognized convenation, which renderin Saimer betena memand se vracal care state and expressed

nany enlarged on the biglo of Chirit witte their gladness to see me, and said, along out in that be suight be a swimmblo superligi should be happy to bave publica maribip. jos sinntos se tolaning of bin Timiste Jesus, "NigaoAnd beah soft mijn congregatione

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1814.] Relig Intello Church Missionary Society Abdool Diestefore i 675 Chinar. 1) Abdopl. i expressend grent satisfacea hota Churlar on putpoboltocheasmorët ftonte tion, mydobuérved that this was the first tinae Abdoble and to begal copy of the table he had been native Clwistians devire Digitte tion: He is the son of akc@indabysand Service.'y About ven, whad Public Worship appeared serious, and full of inquiriedot He with the Europeans, the Commanding on saids bet knew thats siristhes lansir daya all cer ariendinig. About twenry native Chriss ghalls become of one i religion, and be mpo dans chostly woineil, syembled liur another posed the time to be at hand.!! 106 ; 1980dol place tveitti Abdool: after reading prayers, " Jan 28. In the naprning. wg abived at lie e wus: les ca discourse long on}ubjectAllahabadi sdi ta 9,9ksr

: tri serisid 41 which securred at the time, and ways he lo s The concourse of people asetrabled to never setr his heart so drawn out during any celebrate the Anina Bathing Seasori was exercise as hert. Several akou the corti unusualiy greate Every me that bothes et gregolion were affected even to tears,s * stie junction of the Gangescant Junina,

om Jan.10. Sunday. Rested a Ghazeepore pays to Guveruntest a fupees and, from a In thieftemioon, Abitool walked into tlie baleulativa nuade two days before the close of Native Town. Met with the chief land the festival, i was espected that 250,000 awiter in the places and neiglibborhoort; a rupees would be collecteda. Those who drówa man of wealth and lof great good nature thenixelxes pay an additional suin to Garerm 'and mucle; esteemed smuig his own people menil, One poor wretch had drowned biuasta holy wan. After some conversation be self with the usual cererponied before our invited Abdoul to his house, where about Arrival a Several more, had signifedt eheit aliundred people were assembled, belure inteution of doing 90: at the eclipse of the wboralnuchu discussion took place ahont reta sun on Februarye ist; aud panig. it was ek ligion. The above person shewed more disa pected, as is annually ale cane, Duld, from position to attend than any of them ; and be pressure of the crowdobe hruse beyond legyed towhævetup copies of Sta Matilew, their deptli, and perisk in the watersin The and two of Persiani aid that all the tráng sight of suchra molijiude, collected of so lations should be seat him from time to tine. deplorables an occasion, coold not but affect

« Jan. 14. We vereached s Benares, a feetingo mind. And is not the error of On Friday, Abdual went up to: Secrole to Balanm chargeable on those, wbb, poseeasing visit a Native Doctor sabérez of Purtriguese the vision of die Almighty, love and receive originsi: They, hadi naelt»ciwersation toge: the wages of such superstition:iniquip * thier, with which the above person'ex pressert "lo going to the house of a merchant kimseli gizaly, dieliglued. He triunktólly Abdook passed by : a mosquel vibetes they accepted a cupy of the Morniug Prayer and were beginning prayers. He went to the Litany, promising to begin 3 worship in this door; but did not goriu, test they should family. Abdoul visited other native Ches. raise a complaint against hit (for defiling tigst there, witblesse satisfaction. In te- their place. The reader began :: 0 God; furning to his buai, he had a long discussion enlighten out hearts with the light of faith! withi a crowdio Mussulmen, 15* lubul A Abdool said aloud, Amen!' The render 4." On Suurday, Abddolwent to Chustat's looked around, with astonishment; andafter and, on Sundaystoreroun, held public work observing. began again the same sentence; slip therewi On that but fe we attended, but to whicha Abdoul Aguin sepeated cloud; idiose were greatly atfectert, many of them

• Ament. The reader proceededyt ind. Aber eryn- tp tande sobbing and leats.b:Tuny éard dool was silent the rest of the services When nestly requested that he would preach agaio is way ended, sorbo nf tiens-enme round she, uext daywdrich he did to a large ass him und inquired : 6 You said Amën to the séunblys, auud on Tuesday also391They heard first senlace; buit.£0,1 to other's why wat with greabattention, and detained him longthuis?dbedere Because the frotirsciende atterward with viaguiries on the subject-o mais right, and was the prayurof holy cseni which he hadənddreased thehe! Al pareg obield; but the latter pure is an inversion of came down to his boat, hegging he would finte date de Queryzi3 How do you saralo read the Scriptuces tasublems and adding, testáppenrd'+ Abal. 42 You add the abime of

Atas! when manter o for bere berabbaming Abubeskind Bollat of Mubromat zusaithinte bly Mr.- Corriepos hornidad deene shuplalin gous ubwn.confessjóna shat like added sind Chunar) mipaid ado titulo imiention de Mahometa timo! Soth of them non pollo htio labouts. Would you better to brotnuit pected, sad taiquiredil zbog were not such as amung und 144,0Bzeribaig, title ariew This led tal and onderhoging and. halama 2 dhome aliszaporednu goung may part Gambasband who said we had followed 2001* seus voluzow furgons>. 6658" **

Long dispute, in which he explained to the devotions.-dbde What place is abis! mange af our custome in worship, and made It is a holy places comoin' Abdh sibout appeals to their conscience. One asked, af advajutage will arise from my going in?.* her were not affected by the contempt of his Strangera Why, everybody guest Ahd.

former friends, and wondered he could be so "Though erery body stiauid act senselessing, hardened as thus openly lo contend for Chris why stould I'm On this the old unikatne, pianiy-tald. I am, indeed, affected ; and and asked Abdoul welon le más?subtert kom my heart by no means approxes of your op. pue of inapkind, is servant of God. The positions and you know that at Lucknow, master of the house pressed hiin to go in; had such thiugs been said to me, how. I and ordered food to the brought for hishe and abould have resisted ; but now I am with. for a Christian Had wile was withe kimos-On held. I am no longer in my own keeping, the food being brougho-he himselt set it be but in the power of another. These asked Sure them, and begged them to eative idea who that might!

4, be. He answered : ! I-am : Excuse me : 1.may not eat of your desties: desvained, and enabled to beat your re pot that I have any objection to eat withi yot, praach, by the power of the Holy Spirit or with any one: but I am a Christiansand They were silent.

should I cal with you, your disciples would He went last to the old merchant,whohas say you had lost caste. Ve are, at all a house at Dehli, where he formeriġ resided, evenis, a good man, foc thus explujning to and with some of whose children Abdool was me, and I am bappy to see your Prag late educated. He treated Abdool with more the Englisb any byuks besides histories and affection than any of the others; and was books of amusement ?' Abd. Yess. soremucha moved by his exhortations 10 seek sal- ig :"thes have the Books of Moses of the

valiun from Christ at the elevenih hour. Prophets, and the Gospel. All the ancient He, and two others of the whole crowd as books are in their possession! Yes! the Benibled, took a copy of St Matthew's Law, the Psalmis, the Gospel, and the KGospel Many might have been given fan. I know there are four Divine Books? a way;

but, where no disposition appeared Abd.. Welt! all these are in the hands of to read them, it was thought best not to give the English, though of these tbere are many them.

books which you include under the name of In one compang, Abdool had occasion the Law; mentioning Isajah and Daniel, to mention bis having been baptized by Mr. and saying that David was the author of Brown. Sonie one inquired, Where is dir. the Psalmis. Well," said tbe Old Mani I

brown now?' Abd. He is where he has never, knew that before, and have the Englong intended to go. He is no longer in this lish any kind of worship among them? world." They said, “That is í very well! Abd. Certainly they have bøt they rere May you soon go after him, and no longer taught so shut their door, and to pray to their make this adu about your religiou ! Ahd. Father who seeth 10 secret. They plece no

do 'indeed, desire. to be where Mr. dependence on outward observances for salBrown is, and care not how soon I may be sation. Why, it you are to be judged ac takew: but think not that this religion de cording to your opinións, by your works, gng pends on Mr. Brown, or on me; fur, if I must be condemned. You are required to were taken away, God can raise up oļe have on clean clothes when you worship; from among your ownselves to supply my and that is easily obeyed s bue then you are placed by 9.11

also lo exclude the world from your mind, a Febx, 5. An event occurred to-day, and to worship with the heart intensely fired which Abdools related with great pleasure. on God, (repeating a verse of the Kornit in At Monick pore resides ád aged man of proof.) Nuw do you thus fulgt the preVenerable appearance, with 'a flowing wluite cept? --The Old Man said Obi dokboard, who is considered a holy man. fo Abd Then are you'nat all offender? faithe proprietor pf several villages; and.isa Alas! yes! Abd. Now the Christians man ob more than ordinary good-natare. are taught to believe in Jesus as enduring the He has many servikte aud many disciples shame and pain and death, on the Clows,

epul open house for travellers. On which they deserve and that through these necounts be ist in deliveuetared by his in his sufferings, they shall be when neighboring. His place of worship is held do indeed obey God 'yet horofa

and manage go thither as on batsbyrthio grioul and their bodie pilgrimages On Abalool looking tends theit union zahialga

chile premiere one ohio of it's The Old Man expresse Home u po fulgede yined the bad more

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