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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 1868.

VOL. LXIV.

CAMBRIDGE:
PRINTED AT THE RIVERSIDE PRESS.

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Published at the expense of the American BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS;

and the profits devoted to the promotion of the missionary cause.

ANDOVER - HARVARD
THEOLOGICAL LIBRARY
CAMBRIDGE. MASS.

V. 64

1868

INDEX

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Abeih, with engraving, 393.

Dakota mission, – annual survey, 11; monthly
Adana station, 165.

summary, 32, 65, 94, 167; locations, 399; &
Africa, Prussian missions in, 159; other mis- tour, 400; churches organized, 400; a camp-
sions, 134, 200, 263, 418.

meeting – interest :- native preachers, 401.
Aintab station, 88, 149, 224; visit to Hasan Danish Missionary Society, 168.

Beyli, 88; great change at Hasan Beyli - Deaths, 65, 96, 136, 201, 234, 328.
church formed self-support, 89; week of Demirdesh, 84.
prayer, 149; station report, 224.

Diarbekir station, the work benevolence,
Albustan, 56.

117, 284.
American Board annual survey of its mis- Dindigul station --Anderson village, 222; many

sions, 1-12; home proceedings, 29, 132, 164; labors— itineracy, 250; dispensary work, 250;
anniversary meetings, 230; annual meeting, schools, 251.
345-381.

Donations, 37, 68, 99, 140, 173, 204, 236, 268, 298,
Antioch station, 54; cruel exactions - oppres-

330, 389, 421.
sion, 55.
Armenian Church and Ecclesiastics, 210. Egypt, 264.
Azzokh, 249.

Embarkations, 34, 169, 200, 233, 265, 328, 418.

Engravings, Harpoot female seminary, 41;
Bano, 58.

Safeeta, 73; temple at Madura, 105; Hasbeiya,
Baghichejuk station, 387.

145; chapel at Peking, 177; Armenian eccle-
Baptist Missionary Union, 135, 327.

siastics, 210; Kessab, 241; Seir, 273; Umtwa-
Baitalagundu station, 251; characteristics of the lumi, 305; Abeih seminary, 393.

people, 251; progress, 252; giving the tenth, Erzroom station, 122, 150; progress--new chapel
252.

-out-stations, 122; the Erzroom field - pop-
Beirut station, 58, 64; girls' school, 58; the col- ulation, prospects, etc., 150.
lege, 58.

Eski Zagra station, 227, 326, 387; persecution -
Bibliographical notices, - Life by the Ganges, mob violence, 227; redress sought, 228; ex-

131; The Turk and the Greek, 130; Ten Years amination of girls' school, 387.
on the Euphrates, 195; Life Scenes among the
Mountains of Ararat, 231; Letters from Eden, Fiji, 296.
324; Our Life in China, 415.

Financial statements, 132, 164, 179, 209, 244, 293,
Bitlis station, - monthly summary, 92; installa- 398.
tion, 119.

Foochow mission, 9, 64, 93, 184, 278, 295, 388;
Broosa station, – large field, 81; church forined annual survey, 9; monthly summary, 64, 93,

at Demirdesh, 84; Evangelical Union, 85. 295, 388; increased contidence in the mis-
Burmab, 33, 135, 169, 264, 327.

sionaries, 181; the women, 184; Government

schools, 184; annual report, 184; appeal, 185;
Canton mission, - discontinued, 8.

pictorial illustrations plates desired — the
Cesarea station, 63, 193, 285; monthly summa- kind, 278; benevolence, 278.

ry, 63; a blind disciple, 193; tour to Yozgat, "For the Children,” 35, 65, 96, 137, 170, 201, 234,
Soongoorli, etc., 193; letter from Mr. Bartlett, 266, 297, 329. 418; about the Morning Star,
- the work - - students, 285; should pastors 35; children's contributions, 36; contributions
at home become missionaries, 286.

from China and Africa, 36; it is good to give,
Ceylon mission, 8, 28, 31, 64, 93, 197, 262, 325, 36; a word from Micronesia, 36; letters from

388; annual survey, 8; existing idolatry, 28; Harpoot, 65; a native preacher with the rats
monthly summary, 31, 64, 93, 197, 262, 325, and ghosts, 67; boys and girls at Beirut, 67;
388.

children consecrated to the work, 67; two good
Children's department. See “For the Children.” letters -- from a little girl, and Mr. Bissell, 96;
China, other missions in, 33, 65, 134, 168, 199, the school and the women at Harpoot, 97; the

233, 265, 290, 296, 417; protection of Chris- “Rain Boy" in Africa, 98; a touching gift, 99;
tians, 62; light spreading, 62.

letter to the children, 137; a child's gift, 138;
Church Missionary Society (of England), 409. gifts from Freedmen, 138; not ruined by giv-

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