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in Kent. East Indies . Death of Mr. Pub. ArF.-Spain: Victory of Albuera ..
259-263 Duke of York; Military Flogging; Trini.
French.. Horrors in their Retreat. Badas dett v. Colman, &c.; Engagement with
fence of Aulolt..Sweden. Great Britain :
cellorship of Cambridge, &c. 264-267 LXX. On the Numbers 9300 and 1260..
Letter of Mr. Biddulplt .: Sermon, op
Conduct of Wives of Clergymen . . Ordi-
nation of Missionaries :: Wesleyan Me-
•273_292 Rev. 0F-Report of African Iostitution..
Rey, or-Wainewright's Sermon. Simeon's Relig. INTEL.–United. Brethren.. Baptist
Mission in Bengal • Eclectic Review..
299-310 French General Council. . American Ro-
len Asylum.. Baptist Mission in Bengal, :
327-329 Phil. i. 21..Prayer of Mother on Loss of
ing.. Duty and Mode of making a Will..
MISCEL. Error in Dr. Paley's Evidences.. RELIG. INTEL.—British and Foreign Bible
Sect of the Wababees. Sir W. Scott's Society..Sussex and Aberdeen Bible So-
Judgment, Cox'v. Gooday.... 355-360. cieties.. Missions to Africa and the East..
State of Clergy
363—380 PUB.'AFF:--Spain - Portugal .. Russia ..
Relig. INTEL-Irish Seminary for Schools Relig. Com.-- Rev. G. Herbert Matt, ai.
masters.. New South Wales..Mission So 12, 13...On Genesis xxv. 31. Duty of a
Conduct in domestic Life a Test..533 LIT. AND PHIL. INTEL,—Great Britain:
East.Quaker's Yearly Epistle. Jamaica;
Coast; Action off Boulogne, and in the
on Matt. xi. 2-6... A brief View of the
larity of Evangelical Preaching Account
.. Epitaph of Mr. B.O. Wood, by bim-
LIT. AND PHIL. INTEL. — Great Britain :
Eau Medicinale; Population of London,
Society. Education of Poor..Methodists
Relig. Cox.-Mr. J. R. Gilpin .. Ministers
preaching Jesns Christ Sernion, on Luke
United States. Great Britain : King's Relio. Com.-The Triumphant Christian..
Genealogies of our Saviour..On Rom. .
17... Sermon, on Acts xxvi. 22... Little
605—621 Cambridge; New Custom-house, London
.. France: New Edition of Homer.. Italy:
Letter of Right Hon. N. ..
fordshire Bible Society. Speech of Mr.
Speeches of Earl Hardwicke; Lord F.
Osborne ; Mr. Owen; Mr. Steinkopff ;
Mr. Hollick; Mr. Simeon; Mr. Yorke;
Society for Support of Gaelic Schools
lation of United States
Va occasioned two or three years ago by a
MISSIONARIES TO INDIA.
off but very few copies. This de. ledge, void of spiritual life and affecfect however has, for these three the Apostle requireth) is according months past, been wholly supplied by our founder. The two first trea. be attended with an experimental schools: others of them we have dispersed among the Heathen, as occasion offered, and sent them to Danes, not only in knowledge anıl divers places upon the coast of Coromandel. Sometimes the Heathen probity, but also in prayer, and in have asked for them themselves. meditating on the divine word. We are confident they will reap no
JANUARY, 1811. [No. 1. Vol.x.
RELIGIOUS COMMUNICATIONS. EXTRACTS FROM THE CORRESPOND small advantage from these pieces, ENCE OF THE FIRST PROTESTANT whenever they come to be better
known in India*. (Continued from Pol. IX. p. 738.)
"We continue, with all possible
care, the translation of the Old TesNow send you a continuation of
tament, into both the Malabarian the correspondence of the Mis- and Portuguese languages; and, by sionaries Ziegenbalgh and Grundler, the Divine assistance, we have finishwith the Society for promoting ed the translation of the first Book
of Moses, in both the said languages. Tranquebar, Jan. 3,1714.-" Having finished the impression of two labours by his heavenly blessing,
“May God Almighty prosper our Malabarian treatises, we immediately and grant that his holy word, like put to the press the New Testament an incorruptible seed, may be scatin the same language, and have tered among these nations, to prewrought itoff to the fourteenth chap. ter of St. Matthew. We have en- tion!”
serve them from eternal destruc-, closed copies of both treatises. That in octavo is intitled • The Abomina- increased to the number of pinety
“The children of our schools were tion of Paganism *, and the Way for two: but some of them being taken Pagans to be saved? The other
con- off by death, they have exchanged tains • The chief Points of the Cate- this life for a better; so that the chism, and the Methind of Salvation, number of children of both sexes for the use of catechumens and chil
amounts at present to eighty-five. contains the first fourteen chapters and that many at least will prove as
4to. We hope they grow daily in graco, of the Gospel of St. Matthew. By salt among their brethren in India. reason we were not provided with a They learn the sacred truths of scripsuficient number of letters in the ture, not as a mere historical knowwe could cast
; but as a , which (as daced into some of the Malabarian This we speak chiefly with respect we have intro- knowledge in faith and practice.
to many of our Malabarian scholars,
dren in the schools. The last,
tises, just mentioned,
emilar publication of the Missionaries in Betagal
. CARIST. Orsery. No, 109.
“ In the three last months, we have
received nine members by baptism * You will recollect the clamour which into the bosom of the Church; whom
We trust they continue to be printed and circulated by the Society.
(as far as their advanced years, and ther with the sum of 701. English in some a decrepit age, will permit) money, collected by you for the bewe endeavour to bring up more and nefit of this Mission, and transmitted more in the true spirit of Christianity, for our assistance here, we receive that so the image of Satan may be with the highest gratitude; humbly destroyed in the hearts of the Pa- beseeching the most gracious God gans, and the image of God be re to reward the bounty of the benefacnewed in its stead.
tors with a plentiful return of hea“We have herewith sent you a short venly riches. System of Divinity, summed up in “Asto what concerns in particular, thirty-four heads or articles. It is most worthy gentlemen, the intimawritien on leaves, in the Malabarian tion about the commandment against manner, and we hope you will allow idolatry, we have placed it in our it a place in your library.
catechism, page 16. But in such a “As to our temporal concerns, our manner, as to serve for a fuller exstraits are now more pressing than planation of the first commandment they have ever been before ; and if in the Decalogue. Besides this, we God does not become a present help, inculcate this precept against idolatry in this want, the help of man seems with all possible diligence, and render very remote as yet, since no Danish as contemptible as we can, the idolatry ship is arrived, by which we might and polytheism of the Pagans." expect some relief. May the Al “As to what relates to party-names mighty support and comfort us with or distinctions, the Divine Wisdom, his favour, especially wherf our ene- which is without partiality, has mies, by reason of those difficulties, taught us to abhor them. Our schedo boast, that this work will come to lars know not so much as the bare nothing at last, and, as much as in name of Luther or Calvin: but as them lies, endeavour to stop the for the name of Popery and Papist, stream of other people's beneficence. it is every where known in India,
“We beseech you therefore, most by reason of the vast number of worthy patrons, with all possible Papists who wander about in this earnestness, that that helping hand country; being abandoned both to which
you have bitherto so piously the grossest darkness and ignorance, lent to this work, may be also con and to the most scandalous vices and tinued hereafter for our support and practices. encouragement, in so weighty an “When we ask our scholars, wlias undertaking: particularly (since it religion they are of? They answer, is your endeavour, as well as ours), we are Tschettiawedakarer; i. e. that the knowledge of Jesus Christ Christians bound to observe the trumay be planted in the uncultivated ly divine law; the word law being hearts of the Heathen.
taken io that comprehensive sense, “MayGod Almighty preserve you whereby it contains in it both the by his divine providence, that you Law and the Gospel. After all, we may long continue to promote the assure you that we allow of no partysaving truth that is in Jesus!” names to be used, either in the Mia
Tranquebar, Sept. 27, 1714.- Jabarian or Portuguese pulpit: and “ Those things which you judged ne we design to be equally cautious in cessary to write to us about the 21th the books we shall happen to print*. of December 1713, did safely come “As it is no small grief unto us, to our hands upon the coast of Coro
# I should like to have had access to mandel, the yth of August 1714,
the letter of the Society to which this is a where we received, with the profound
reply; because I infer, from the tenor of the est respect, the counsels and paternal reply, that it must have been a model of instructions
have been pleased christian candour and charity. Some memto give us.
bers of the Society might peruse it with " The usual present of books, toge- profit.