The History of Christianity in India: From the Commencement of the Christian Era, 4권

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R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1845
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He takes charge of the Charity School
9
Commences Divine Service in Portuguese
10
Increase of the School
11
Senior Chaplain applies for another Missionary
12
Native insurrections suppressed
13
Notice of Governor Vansittart
14
Vellore massacre attributed to attempts to convert the troops 15G 22 CommanderinChief contradicts the report 15
15
Lord Clive concludes peace with the Native Powers
16
Present state of the Mission
17
Commencement of a new Church
19
Conversion of M Bento a Romish Priest
20
Romanists opposition unavailing
21
Promising cases of Conversion
22
Grievous famine in 1770 Mission preserved from its effects
23
Completion of the new Church 24
24
Death of Mr Ault
25
Conversion of another Priest M J Ramalhete
26
Satisfactory conversions
27
Mrs Kiernanders death Her bequest to the Mission
28
A new Missionary arrives at Calcutta
29
Desecration of the Lords Day in Calcutta Good result from ho nouring it
30
Conversion of a Persian Scholar
31
Conversion of a Romanist and his household
32
Two other Romish Converts
33
Mission CemeteryAlms HousesEndowments
34
Two Missionaries from Tranquebar
35
A Convert from Cochin China
36
Contributions to the Mission and Charity Fund
37
Conversion of a Kandian Priest
38
Conversion of another Priest
39
Arrival of five Missionaries i
41
Establishes a School for the Native Orphans
43
Military Orphan Asylum
44
Opening of the Chapel at Columbo
45
His proposal for a Mission in Bengal and Bahar
46
Rev A T Clarke arrives and begins his work
47
Kiernanders liberality
48
Mr Clarke accepts a Chaplaincy and quits Calcutta
49
Enlargement of the Church
51
Mr Brown appointed to the Government Church
53
CHAPTER VIII
54
Improvement in the Mission Congregation
55
Mr Brown overworked without hope of relief from home
56
Erection of St Johns Church Calcutta
58
Establishment of Public Institutions
61
Ringletaubes arrival at Calcutta C2 2 Return of Kiernander to Calcutta
62
Kiernanders Letter to Ringletaube His death
64
Ringletaube abandons the Mission
65
Two Chaplains take charge of it
67
Native Flock improves under a converted Romish Priest
68
Earl Mornington the GovernorGeneral promotes reformation of manners
70
Public Thanksgiving for the triumph in Mysore
72
Design of the College of Fort William
74
Established by Minute in Council
75
Public Disputations at the First Anniversary
76
Order from home to abolish the College suspended
77
Beneficial influence of the College
78
Institution of a Charitable Fund
79
Institution of Bengal Civil Fund
81
Activity of the College Press
82
First Translations of Scripture from the College Press
83
Chinese Class and Translation of Scripture
84
Sir George Barlows testimony to the benefit of the College
85
24 Orders for the reduction of the College
86
The Provost offers his gratuitous services
87
The benefits that have accrued from its operations
88
Pecuniary difficulties of Mission Church relieved
89
Arrival of four new Chaplains
90
CHAPTER II
92
His second voyage to Calcutta
93
Establishment of the Baptist Missionary Society
94
Messrs Thomas and Carey their first Missionaries
95
Their arrival in India
96
Undertake the superintendence of two indigo factories
97
They commence their secular and Missionary Work
98
They meet with impediments
99
Their preaching and attention to the Natives
100
Instance of oppression detected
101
Journey to Bootan
102
Four Missionaries arrive Their object suspected
103
Their settlement at Serampore
106
Opposition of the Brahmins
108
Their division of labour
110
Baptism of the first Convert
112
Death of two Missionaries
113
Varied reception of the Gospel
114
Capture of Serampore by the English
115
Missionary Excursions
116
History and tenets of Ram Dulol
117
Station formed at Calcutta
118
Favourable reception at Luckpool
119
Questions relating to the Heathen Wives of Converts
121
Superstitions at Saugur Island
124
History and Death of a Convert
125
Arrival of four Missionaries
127
Unstable character of Converts
128
Native Preachers
129
Bengalee Hindoostanee and Persian Testament
130
General alarm at the Missionaries proceedings
132
Review of the State of the Mission
134
His pecuniary embarrassments
135
CHAPTER III
136
Remonstrance on the subject from the Court of Directors
137
Arrival of Rev R H Kerr at Bombay
138
Appointed Chaplain at Ellore
139
His Appointment not confirmed at home
140
Appointed to the Asylum at Madras Confirmed in his Chap laincy 141
141
Establishes a Printing Press in the Asylum
142
Public benefit of his Press
143
Builds a Chapel in Black Town
144
Appointed Senior Chaplain Persecution raised against him
146
Proceeds to England for Priests Orders Obtains degree of dj at Dublin
148
Returns to Madras Consecrates BlackTown Chapel by com mission
149
l6 Appointed Senior Chaplain His zeal rouses opposition
150
Publishes weekly a series of Religious Tracts
151
His firmness and consistency of conduct
152
Appalling description of Europeans at Madras
154
Dr Kerrs second Letter to the Directors
155
He recommends greater attention to religious duties
157
Dr Kerrs health declines
158
Is induced to remain at his post 159
159
His death and burial
160
Delineation of his character
161
BOOK X
163
Missionary Societies in England
164
Need of a Missionary Society for the Church
165
4 Church Missionary Society established
167
Church Missionary Societys primary Address
169
Rev C Buchanan calls attention to the necessities of India
171
Compositions for his prizes
172
Memoir of an Ecclesiastical Establishment for India
173
Dedicated to the Archbishop of Canterbury
174
Approved by English Bishops
175
Englands responsibilities in India
177
Second Prize Compositions
178
Controversy raised by these proceedings 179
179
His Star in the East
184
Favourable movement at Cambridge
185
His Christian Researches
186
He retires from Calcutta 4 Committee of Management for the Mission 5 Rev A T Clarke sails for Calcutta 6 Rev D Browns attention to the Mission 3...
187
Prospectus of an Ecclesiastical Establishment for India
190
Interruption from the Prime Ministers assassination
191
ChristianKnowledge Society memorialize Government and the East India Company
192
Favourable manifestation of public feeling
193
Ecclesiastical Establishment for India
194
Buchanans Apology for Christianity in India
195
Dr Middleton first Bishop of Calcutta
196
The Bishop and two Archdeacons sail for India
197
Facilities for the work 417
198
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199
CHAPTER II
200
Need of Missionaries and publications
201
State of the Congregations at Tranquebar and Negapatam
202
His establishment of Free Schools
203
Assisted by Government and other parties
205
Death of Dr John
206
State of his Schools
208
Two Missionaries from the Church Missionary Society
210
The Missionaries called to Madras 211
211
Mr Schnarres return to Tranquebar
212
Pecuniary relief from the King of Denmark
213
MADRAS MISSION 1807 116
217
Accessions to the flock
218
Misconduct of the Missionary
219
Continuation of the reform at Madras
221
Low state of Religion at Cuddalore
222
Cuddalore Mission fallen to decay
223
Cuddalore Chaplain called to Madras
224
Additional Service in the Church at Madras
226
Commencement of Bible Societys operations
227
Opposition to the progress of Religion
228
Erection of St Georges Church
231
Chaplains appointed Improved attendance
232
The FriendinNeed Society
234
Corresponding Committee of the Church Missionary Society
236
Increase of Chaplains
237
CHAPTER IV
238
Rajahs kindness to the Christians
239
Conversion of a Brahmin and his family
240
Death and character of two Catechists
241
Want of Funds for their growing expenses
242
Ordination of four Native Priests
243
Appointment of Mr Jacobi to the Mission
244
A caution for future Missionaries
246
Pohles application for help
247
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248
Increase of the Mission
249
Bishop of Calcuttas appeal in its behalf
250
Concluding remarks
252
CHAPTER V
254
Extent to which Teloogoo is spoken
255
Missionaries welcomed at their Station
256
A young Arab convert 257
257
Mission House and Free School
258
Missionaries encouragement and trials
259
Progress of their Schools
261
Conversion of a Teloogoo Brahmin
262
His reception and labours at Vizagapatam
263
Death of Mr Cran
264
Death of Mr Des Granges
265
His character and labours
266
Another Missionary arrives
267
A Brahminy reader of the Scriptures
268
Influence of the Gospel in the country
269
The translation of the Scriptures
270
His promising exertions 271
271
Arrival of two Missionaries
272
One appointed Master of the Asylum
273
Erection of a Chapel and two Schools
275
Mr Loveless resigns the mastership of the Asylum
276
SOUTH TRAVANCORE 1 M Ringletaube prepares for his work
277
His thoughts on the prospect before him
278
He sails for Tuticorin
279
Traverses the Tinnevelly province
280
Returns to the South Numerous baptisms
281
Benefit of his exertions
282
His varied labours and success
283
He leaves the country
284
Commencement of the Mission
286
The Missionarys studies and converse with Natives
287
Establishes an English School
288
Intercourse with Natives
289
Interview with Romanists
299
Care in distributing the Scriptures
300
Increase of Visitors at the Mission House
301
Steady progress of the Mission
302
First Anniversary of the Mission
303
A Scripture Reader
304
Decline of prejudice against the Schools
305
Romish opposition to the Schools
306
Various visitors to the Mission House
308
Unfaithfulness of the Scripture Reader
309
Appavoo A Native Christian
310
Sandappen a Native Assistant
311
Temporary place of worship
312
Opening of a third School
313
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314
Three Missionaries sail for Ceylon
319
Depressed condition of the Syrians
322
The Resident anxious for English Clergymen
323
The Residents views relating to the Syrians
324
Remarks on his project
325
Rev T Norton stationed at Allepie
326
Liberal grant from the Travancore Government
327
Rev T Nortons reception by the Syrians
328
College endowed by the Rannee
329
Death of the Metran His successor
330
BOOK XI
331
Effect of Dr Buchanans misunderstanding with Government
332
Increase of the Evangelical Fund
333
His shipwreck
334
Commencement of his services
335
Bible and Church Missionary Societies at Calcutta
336
State of Europeans at Dinapore 337
337
Native Schools
338
Public Service in Hindoostanee
339
State of the Romish Missions
340
Interview with a Romish Missionary
341
Christianity dishonoured by Romish Missionaries
342
Mr Martyns Remarks on the Natives conversion
343
Account of Sabat His Persian Moonshee
344
Attempt to assassinate him Is baptized
345
He is sent to Calcutta
346
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347
Mr Martyn undertakes the Arabic translation
348
His removal to Cawnpore
349
Preaches to crowds of Faqueers
350
Conversion of a Mahomedan
353
Leaves Cawnpore
354
Resolves to visit Persia and Arabia
355
Preaches at Calcutta for the Bible Society
356
Rev D Corrie at Chunar 357
357
Instances of Piety in retirement
358
Commencement of Missionary Exertions
359
Mr Corries Labours and Trials
360
Pious soldiers Mr Corrie leaves in sickness
361
Formation of Calcutta Bible Society
362
Bible Society liberally supported in India
363
History and Baptism of Abdool Messeeh
364
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367
Last days of the Rev D Brown
368
Death of Henry Martyn
370
His Persian Testament
372
Opposition of Rome to this and other Versions of Scripture
373
Reflections on Brown Buchanan and Martyn
375
Sickness constrains Mr Corrie to retire
376
Mr Thomasons Labours at Calcutta
378
Ineffectual Petition to him in behalf of Missionaries
379
Demoralized state of the Natives everywhere
380
Schools of Industry to be substituted for it
381
Jay Narrains Schools at Benares
382
Mr Thomasons faithful remonstrance to the Governor
383
Apostasy of Sabat
384
His return to Christianity
386
His second Apostasy
388
FemaleOrphan Asylum
390
Natives establish a College for European Literature
392
Concluding Reflections
393
BAPTIST MISSION IN BENGAL 18071816
395
Obstructed in their Labours
396
Two Missionaries sail for Burmah
397
Mr Careys view of their Opponents design
398
Mitigation of their trials
399
Proceedings at Calcutta
400
The Benevolent Institution
401
Proceedings at DumDum
402
Evils of an Unscriptural Education
403
Destructive flre at Serampore
405
Proceedings at Gundulpara
406
General View of Country Stations 407
407
Robbery and murder at Bootan Mission House
408
Balasore in Orissa
409
Proceedings in Western India
411
In the Burman Empire
412
Mr E Careys services and afflictions 413
413
Mr F Carey goes to Calcutta as Ambassador from the Court of Burmah
414
Mr George H Hough goes to Rangoon
415
Precautions to secure accuracy
418
Their literature 6 Their version of the Bible
420
The translations intelligible and useful
421
The first types cast in India
423
Translation and printing religious Tracts
424
Superior Schools for Youth
425
success of the Mission
427
Improvement in public feeling towards Missions 42
430
Mr Porsyths call for assistance
432
Favourable commencement of his schools
433
The Missionarys difficulties and exertions
434
Government Grant towards the schools
435
Extension of the schools A second Grant
436
Arrival of three Missionaries
437
Character of the Schools
438
Scholars prematurely removed
440
CHAPTER IV
442
Abdool Messeeh the first Reader
443
Abdools interview with his family
445
Arrival at Agra
447
Heathen Converts
449
Mahomedan Converts 4 51
451
Administration of the Lords Supper
453
Talib Messeeh Reader at Meerut
454
Baptisms and Congregation at Meerut
455
Death and burial of two Converts
456
A Convert from Bundlecund
457
Abdool visits Lucknow
458
Incidents by the way 444
459
Mr Corries departure State of the lock
460
Mr Corries loss severely felt 401
462
Proceedings of Abdool and Mr Bowley at Agra
463
Abdools Letters to Mr Corrie 4i3 28 His practice of physic 464
465
Mr Bowley removed to Chunar
466
State of the Church at Meerut
470
Circumstances which led Permunund to Meerut
471
His varied occupations
472
The Chaplains account of Permunund and his flock
473
Opening of a School at Kidderpoor
475
Arrival of two Missionaries at Calcutta
476
Estate purchased at Garden Reach
477
Summary of the Mission
478
Concluding reflections
479
BOOK XII
481
A Charity School established
484
Benefits resulting from its lessons
486
Low state of Religion in Bombay
488
Visit of Henry Martyn
489
Profanation of the Sabbath prevented
490
Contrast between senior and junior civilians and officers
491
H Martyns intercourse with learned Natives
492
Arrival of Sir Evan Nepean as Governor His religious example
493
Number of Chaplains doubled
494
Exertions of a Native Christian lady
495
Good effects of European example
496
Arrival and exertions of Archdeacon Barnes 437
498
State of the Schools
500
Second Report of the Bombay Bible Society
501
Local operations of the Bombay Bible Society
503
Extended operations of the Society
504
London Missionary Society project a Mission at Surat
506
Two Missionaries sent to India for the purpose 507
507
He accepts a medical appointment
509
Missionariescall for aid
510
CHAPTER III
511
They leave clandestinely and return under arrest 512
512
Hopes of their being allowed to remain
514
Their studies and translations
515
Their intercourse with the Natives
517
Heathen liberality contrasted with Christians parsimony
518
Their ministrations in English and Mahratta
519
Their schools
520
Arrival of a Missionary Increased exertions
522
Operations of the Press
523
CHAPTER IV
525
revived under Governor North
526
High Seminary for Teachers founded at Columbo
527
Good effect of this revival
528
Need of English Clergymen
529
Dr Johns Report of the prospect in Ceylon
530
Mr Norths patronage of benevolent Institutions
531
Sir A Johnstone favourable to the Natives improvement
532
Dr Buchanans account of Religion in Ceylon
533
Hostility of Romish Priests 15
534
Sir A Johnstones exertions in England for the inhabitants
535
Auxiliary Bible Society established at Columbo
536
History of Mr A Armour
539
Character of the King of Kandy
540
His cruelties disgust and alarm his subjects Mt 19 Conquest of Kandy and capture of the King
543
Description of the Kandian country
544
Operations of the Columbo Bible Society
545
Brightening prospect for the diffusion of Christianity
546
Abolition of Slavery in Ceylon 547
547
Christian education for the emancipated children
549
CHAPTER V
551
Mr Vos is banished the island
552
Mr Ehrhardts difficulties
553
Low character of Native Christians
554
Mr Read at Point de Galle
555
Importance of Christian example
556
Revival of the Government Schools
557
Missionaries removed to Columbo
558
The want of Missionaries deplored
559
Mr charter commences the Mission 56O 2 Mr Siers joins him
560
State of his Congregation
561
Opens a school for Natives
562
CHAPTER VII
564
Missionaries sail Dr Coke dies at sea
565
Their arrival and reception in Ceylon 5ffi 5 The Governor approves of their design
567
A proposal from Government accepted
568
Two Missionaries proceed to Columbo
569
Missionaries arrival at Jaffna
570
Matura Station
571
Galle Station
572
The Missionary desires to dwell among the Natives
573
Facilities unexpectedly offered him
574
Attention of a Priest to the Gospel
575
His sincerity tested
577
He is anxious for baptism
578
Perils of his situation
579
His reception at Columbo
580
His subsequent employment
581
Their Churches in India
603
Their Creed and Ritual
611
Their intercourse with Bishop Middleton
618
Their Almshouse and School 11 Favourable to Protestant Missions 12 Settlement of the Greeks in Calcutta 13 Foundation of their Church in Calcutt...
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665 페이지 - And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever; "even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him, but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you. " I will not leave you comfortless; I will come to you.
657 페이지 - Then the same day at evening, being the first day of the week, when the doors were shut where the disciples were assembled for fear of the Jews, came Jesus and stood in the midst, and saith unto them, Peace be unto you.
664 페이지 - But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should show forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvelous light...
657 페이지 - Then Jesus said unto them, Yet a little while is the light with you. Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness come upon you: for he that walketh in darkness knoweth not whither he goeth. While ye have light, believe in the light, that ye may be the children of light.
665 페이지 - Moreover he must have a good report of them which are without ; lest he fall into reproach and the snare of the devil.
665 페이지 - PRAISE ye the Lord. Praise God in his sanctuary: praise him in the firmament of his power. Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness.
665 페이지 - A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach; not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not a brawler, not covetous; one that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity...
662 페이지 - Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, thou God of my salvation: and my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteousness. O Lord, open thou my lips; and my mouth shall show forth thy praise.
665 페이지 - Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine. 14 Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which was given thee by prophecy, with the laying on of the hands of the presbytery.
657 페이지 - Then said Jesus to them again, Peace be unto you: as my Father hath sent me, even so send I you. And when he had said this, he breathed on them, and saith unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost: whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; and whose soever sins ye retain, they are retained.

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