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yet the general Christian activity of its different sections. But this fault cannot be laid at the Elitor's door. Surely it is high time, when every Christian society is bestirring itself, and some that are younger by several years than ourselves, are already in advance of us, for every minister and every educated layman to do what in him lies towards the more thorough representation of our true position in the Christian world; and, through the pages of the only organ among us, to give the whole Connexion the benefit of their larger experience, more various reading, higher culture, and nobler faith. A little personal sacrifice on their part will secure this desirable end. The Editor would, therefore, again earnestly solicit the friendly counsel and cordial co-operation of ministers and brethren in every part of our Connexion.

May he also ask the aid of the secretaries of our churches in the intelligence department 1 The columns devoted to correspondence, will, as beforetime, be open for the discussion of questions now pressing, or thought to be pressing, on us as Christian men and citizens, for speedy and satisfactory solution; it being always understood that the writers only are responsible for their opinions.

We say nothing here about our plans for the coming year; but would refer our readers to the general prospectus, which will be issued with this number of the Magazine.

The fact that the Missionary Observer has been placed, by the vote of the Association, in the hands of the Secretary for the Orissa Mission, is a sufficient guarantee that the most recent, and the most interesting letters and journals from our noble band of missionaries in India, will always be placed before our readers.

November, 1859.

INDEX TO VOLUME XXL

Essays, &c

Page

American Martyr, The First ... 249

Annual Association,The... ... 260

Annual Association, Chairman's

Address at .. .. ... 200

Bartholomew's Day in England ... 329

Beleaguered Castle, The ... 367

Bible in India ... ... ... 268

Catacombs of Home, A Night in the 293
Character of St. Paul, Misconcep-
tions in our Estimate of the ... 201

Christ's Friendship, The Constancy

of ... ... ... ... 130

Christian's Work, The ... ... 4G5

Christian Zeal... ... 85, 135

Christianity and Commerce ... 172

Claude Clifton's Storv of his Lile .—
I dream on the future, and am

awakened to the Present ... 20

I meet with some Adventures by

the way ... ... ... 59

Stranded ... ... ... 181

Afloat ... ... ... 221

Breakers Ahead ... ... 340

I get into safer Seas ... ... 420

Cultivation of Letters, A short Plea

for the ... ... ... 475

Death's Greatest Victim and Victor 248

Devotion no Hindcrance to Business 133

Divine Providence, The Compen-

satory character of .. .. 131

Donati's Comet ... ... 211

Evangelical Alliance, The ... 9
Evangelical Religion in England,

Aspects of... ... ... 46

Evangelical and Apostolical Teach-

ing, Unity of .. .. 204

Exhaustless Fulness, The ... 176

Guthrie, Gleanings from ... 418

Hebrew, Jew, and Israelite, History

of the Meaning of the Terms .. 244

He was but a Youth .. ... 401

Jeremy Taylor, Selections from .. 179

Jesuits in England, Twelve months

among the ... ... 93, 166

Kitto, A Sketch of the Life of ... 471

Little More Light, A 56

Love and Jealousy 217

Lukewarm, Christ's Appeal to the 321

Madagascar ... ... ... 12

Milestones ... ... ... 98

Mother of St. Augustine, The ... 371

Modern Popular Preaching ... 138

New Year, The ... ... 5

No Admittance Except on Business 13

Passing Away ... ... ... 53

Prayer and Incense ... ... 54

Queen of India, Victoria Proclaimed 1

Queen's Proclamation at Cuttack 49

Quotations from Living Preachers 256

Revival *a Ireland ... ... 832

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Indian Chaplain, Memoir of an ... 106

Light in Darkness ... ... 301

Literary Educational Year-Book... 146

Lectures to the People ... ... 26

Lord's Supper and Lord's-day, The 478
Martvrs of the First Two Centuries,

Tales of .. ... 426

National Society for Aged and Infirm

Baptist Ministers and their

Widows and Orphans, First Re-

port of .. .. 478

Our Home Islands ... ... 25

On the Loss of Teeth .. .. 65

Palissy the Potter .. .. 105

Peerage of Poverty, The ... 381

Preaching, On .. .. .. 344

Premillenial Thoughts .. .. 64

Poems, by J. Truman .. .. 105

Recollections of a Paris Evangelist 301

Repentance, True and False .. 146

Revival of Religion .. .. 345

Shall I follow Christ .. ... 478

Songs of Heaven .. .. 478

Sweden, Notes of a Tour in .. 142

Wilmhurt'8 Bible Exercises .. 24

Woman's Sphere and Work .. 104

CoRBESPONDENCH.

Academy Committee Meeting, and

the late Rev. J. Goadby ... 229

Association, Arrangements for next 230

Association, Missionary Bazaar at 303

Bailey, Rev. W., and the Yorkshire

Conference ... ... ... 307

Baptist Ministers' Society ... 108

Baptist Union ... ... ... 147

Bcrkhampstead, Appeal for a New

Chapel at .. ... ... 383

College, Our ... ... ... 481

College Library ... ... 148

Cornelius ... ... ... 304

Ireland, Revival in .. ... 482

Ministers Entering the Connexion 27

Native Preachers, Blankets for ... 148

Pike, late Rev. J. G., Monument

to 883, 427, 485

Preaching and Particular Redemp-

tion ... ... ... 27

Public Worship . ..481

Sabbath Schools ... ... 66

Salted with Fire ... 302, 381

Smith, late Rev. H. ... 109, 185

Wallis, late Rev. J 186

Weekly Offerings 28, 66, 109, 146, 186

308

Yarmouth, The Church at ... 147

Queries ... ... 186, 427

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