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THE

MISSIONARY HERALD,

CONTAINING

THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions,

WITH A VIEW OF

OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS.

FOR THE YEAR 1850.

VOL. XLVI

BOSTON:

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

1850.

THD! ORK
PUBLT ORARY

ASTOR, LENOX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS

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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.

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Abeih-see Syria.

American Home Missionary Society, 246.

Abenaquis, mission to, 16; annual survey, American Bible Society, 246.

Ada Bazar-see Armenians.

American Tract Socieiy, 247.

Africa, South, 4, 38, 112, 139, 170, 181,319,361; American and Foreign Christian Union, 247.

annual survey, 4; arrival of Messrs. Abraham, American Seamen's Friend Society, 247.

Wilder and Tyler, 38; letters from-Mr. Ty- American Sunday School Union, 247.

ler, 38 ; Mr. L. Grout, 39, 184 ; Mr. Marsh, 41; American Baptisi Home Mission Society, 247.

Mr. A Grout, 183; Mr. Bryant, 183; Mr. American Education Society, 247.

Ireland, 361; Mr. Abraham, 362; the country Amin Bey at the Missionary House, 393.
and people, 39; opposition, 39, 113, 117, 182; Amoy mission, 11, 48, 177, 289, 320, 346, 393;

encouragement, 39, 184; female convert, 39; annual survey, 1l ; letters from Mr. Doty, 48,

cases of interest, 40, 41; Table mountain, rea. 177, 289, 316 ; additions to church, 48; ac-

sons for leaving, 41; new station at Itafamasi, count of labors, 50; call for helpers, 51, 348 ;

42; characteristic believing, 43; annual report, letter from Mr. Talmage, healthfulness of

112; statistics, 113, 361; schools, 114, 120 Amoy, 51; comfort from church members,

station reports - Umvoti, 114; Umsunduzi, 177, 289; death of a believer, 290; inquirers,

116; Umlazi, 117; Ifumi, 119; Ifafa, 1201 291, 320 ; favorable changes, 346; arrival of

Amalongwa, 181 ; Sabbath congregation, 115; Mr. Talmage, 393.

out-stations, 115, 117; the churches, 115, 118; Appeals for missionaries, 17, 51, 145, 191, 195,

additions, 115; converts, 118; female prayer 274, 304, 312, 320, 345, 348,

349, 354, 386.

meeting, 118; native helpers, 120; geograph-Armenian pastors, letter from, 382; meeting of,
ical discoveries, 170; languages, 173; early 383.
fruit, 181; spirit of inquiry, 183; the press, Armenians, work of God among, by Dwight, 391.
183 ; general aspect of ihe work, 183; signs Armenians, inission to, 6; annual survey, 6-see
of progress, 184; discouragements, 319; la the stations, Aintab, Broosa, Constantinople,
bors and prospecis at Ifumi, 361; new station Erzrum, Smyra, and Trebizond, below.
at Mapamulo, face of the country, reception, Aintab, station at, 6, 26, 139, 151, 205, 264,

362; Sabbath services, climate and soil, 363. 354, 373; letters from Dr. Smith, 205, 373; from

Africa, West, 4, 37, 212, 225, 280; annual sur Mr. Schneider, 268, 354, 374 ; journal of Mr.

vey, 4; letters from Mr. Wilson, 37; Mr. Schneider, 26, 151, 264, 412; female prayer-

Bushnell, 38, 280; opposition subsiding, 37; meeting, 28; domestic trial, 28; influence of

additions to church, 37, 226; movements of the truth, 28; cases of conviction, 30; movement at

French, 37; the press, 38; death of Prince Killis, 30, 152, 414; religious interest, 30; na-

Glass, 38; report for 1849, 225; Baraka sta tive helpers, 31, 205, 208, 373; Vartabed of

tion, Bakali slation, schools, the church, 225; Arabkir, 31 ; field open to females, 32; laborg

American rum, civilized depravity, 226 ; death of protestants, 205, 208; interesting young man,

of Mrs. Bushnell, 280.

154; candidates for the church, 156, interesting

Ahmednuggur mission, 8, 43, 134, 162, 199, 270, communion, 157; progress of females, 206;

367; annual survey. 8; letters from-Mr. Wild liberality, 207; interest at Marash, 152, 157,
er, 43, 134, 162, 273, 275; Mr. Hazen, 200; 264; Kissab, 154, 155; events at Kaisareah,
Mr. Burgess, 273; Mr. Mungur, 367; a young 157, 266; efforts to procure a place of wor-
man baptized, opposition, 43 ; cases of inter ship, 266 ; encouragement, 155, 267, 374, 413-
est, a contrast, 134; hook-swinging prevented, 415; juvenile missionary society, 267; Diar-
162; Newasse, 163, 275-278; Seroor, report bekir, interest and persecution at, 268; rea-
of the station, church, native assistants, schools, sons for occupying, 354; encouragement at,
199, 200; tokens for good, 200 ; report of 414; Oorfa as a missionary field, 355-per-
Ahmednuggur station, church, schools, preach haps is Ur, 356; many calls for laborers, 357;
ing, native assistants, out-stations, 270-272; civil relations of Protestants, 373; increased
additions to church, 273; need of more labor congregations, 374; outbreak of passion against
ers, appeal to young men, 274 ; a baptism, Protestants, 412; interest in the truth, 413;
278; encouragement at Wudaley, 278 ; preach Killis, influence of the riot, 414; Besneh, 415.
ing tours, 367; extent of the field, standing of Broosa, station at, 6, 139, 158, 320; extract
church members, 368; inquirers, 369.

from Mr. Ladd, the church, inquirers, &c.,
Aintab-see Armenians.

139; letter from Mr. Crane, a marriage cere-

Aleppo-see Syria.

Amalongwa-see Africa, South.

Constantinople, station at, 6, 99, 146, 177,

American Board, survey of its missions, 1-16; 208, 253, 357, 380, 393, 420; letters from--Mr.

meetings in behalf of, 248 ; forty-first annual Wood. 99, 208, 255, 383; Mr. Homes, 146,

meeting, 325; next meeting appointed at 150,416; Mr. Everest, 253 ; Mr. Goodell, 177;

Portland, 344.

Mr. Hamlin, 256; Mr. Van Lennep, 380; ad-

American Baptist Missionary Union, 246.

ditions to the church, 99; Ada Bazar, a dis-

mony, 158.

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