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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 1845.

VOL. XLI.

BOSTON:

PRESS OF T. R. MARVIN, 24 CONGRESS STREET.

1845.

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.

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THEOLOGICALL
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.

INDEX

2.41

1845

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

'Abeih-see Syria.
Abenaquis, mission to, 12, 57; annual survey,
13; health of Mr. Osunkhirhine, 13; admissions
to the church, 13, 58; religious interest, 57;
school, 58.
Ahmednuggur mission, 7, 30, 96, 98, 177, 192,
197, 237, 238, 268, 284, 381; annual survey, 7;
admissions to the church, 7, 30, 96, 177, 194,
195, 238, 381; inquirers, 7, 30, 98, 177, 382;
seminary, 7; schools, 7, 192; printing, 7;
Hindooism shaken, 98, 197; progress, 177;
report of the mission, 192; preaching tours,
193, 197, 237, 268; discipline, 194; interesting
converts, 195; embarrassment of inquirers,
196; outstation of Seroor, 197; appeal for
help, 268.

Africa, South, mission to, 2, 69, 142, 369, 394,
419; annual survey, 2; prospect improved, 2,
69, 370; Mr. Grout's departure, 2; Mr. Grout's
stay at Cape Town, 2; Mr. Grout's return to
Natal, 69; schools, 69, 369; help needed, 69,
370, 371; ordination of Doct. Adams, 142;
Umlazi, 369; tours of Doct. Adams, 369; plan
for settling missionaries, 371; Mr. Grout re-
leased by the British government, 394, 419.
Africa, West, mission to, 2, 27, 28, 141, 157, 158,
178, 212, 217, 267; annual survey, 2; rein-
forcement. 2; Mr. Campbell's death, 3; mar-
riage of Mr. Griswold and Mrs. M. H. Wil-
son, 3; new station at Ozyunga, 3; schools,
3, 158; French aggression, 3, 27, 28, 141, 157,
178, 394; death of Mr. Griswold, 26; Mr.
Griswold's tour to the interior, 27; health, 28;
conversions, 28; labors at Ozyunga, 158, 212;
annual report, 217; the church, 218; the lan-
guage, 218; appeal for help, 267.
Alleghany-see New York Indians.
American and Foreign Bible Society, 208.
American and Foreign Sabbath Union, 246.
American Bible Society, 210.
American Board survey of its missions, 1-14;
receipts of, table, 33; anniversary meetings
of, 249; close of financial year, 321; annual
meeting of, 325.

American Education Society, 246.
American Home Missionary Society, 210.
American Peace Society, 246.
American Seaman's Friend Society, 209.

American Sunday School Union, 245.
American Tract Society, 210.
Amoy, mission at, 305, 372; mission to China di
vided, 305; journal of Mr. Pohlman, 372-374.
Anniversaries-see different societies; also "
"Aux-
iliaries."

Armenians of Turkey, mission to, 4, 177, 201,
287, 393; annual survey, 4; progress of the
reformation, 4; means used, 4; native agen-.
cies, 4; seminary at Bebek, 4; Scriptures, 53
D'Aubigné, 5; printing, 5; Dr. Smith's visit to
the interior, 177; Nicomedia, 201; annual let-
ter, 289; Mr. Van Lennep's visit to the inte
rior, 393. Also, see Broosa, Constantinople,
Erzeroom, Smyrna and Trebizond.
Athens-see Greece.

Auxiliaries, anniversaries of-in Massachusetts,
31, 103, 285, 394, 421; in Connecticut, 32, 69,
394, 420; New York and Brooklyn, 213; Old
Colony, 249; in Rhode Island, 286.

Baird's Protestantism in Italy, 176.
Bangkok-see Siam.

Baptist (American) Board of Foreign Missions:
-missions in China, 29; survey of missions,
63; annual meeting, 208.
Baptist Home Mission Society, 208.
Baptist (English) Missionary Society, anniver
sary, 241.
Batticotta-see Ceylon.
Beirût-see Syria.

Bible among the heathen, 211.
Bombay, mission at, 6, 30, 100, 152; annual sur-
vey, 6; death of Mr. Grayes, 6; marriage of
Mr. Allen and Miss Condit, 7; death of Mrs.
Allen, 7; schools, 73 church, 7; temperance,
7, 30 newspapers, 7, 30; Southern Concan,
7; division among brahmins, 100; baptism,
152; marriages, 152; government support of
idolatry, 152; help needed, 154.
Borneo, mission to, 9, 53, 129, 134, 248, 277, 279,
358; annual survey, 9; departure of Messrs.
Doty and Pohlman, 9; prospect, 9, 54, 134,
248; difficulty with Dutch officials, 9, 10; en-
couragement, 54, 134; help needed, 51; jour-
nals of Mr. Thomson, 129-134, 277-9; death
of Mrs. Thomson, 248, 279; critical state of
the mission, 358.

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