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THE

MISSIONARY MAGAZINE.

PUBLISHED BY THE

American Baptist Missionary Union.

VOLUME XLIX.

BOSTON::
MISSIONARY ROOMS, 12 BEDFORD STREET.

1869.

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Published at the expense of the AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION, and the profits devoted INDEX.

to the promotion of the missionary cause.

Adams Miss R., letter from, 74, 436.
Africa, mission to, annual report, 289; natives bap-

tized, 440; an encouraging work, 441; opening

fields, 441.
Africans native, revival among, 167.
American Baptist Missionary Union - meeting of the

Board, 83; the missions in Burmah - call for more
laborers, 33; the work and the supply, 38; report
of the special committee, 42.

Fifty-fifth annual meeting, 193; members pres-
ent, 194; committees appointed, 198; the educa-
tion of Burmese preachers, 199; report on obitua-
ries, 203; election of officers, 205; report on finance,
205; meeting of the Board 203; fifty-fifth annual
report, 210; home department -obituary, 210;
missionary rooms, 212; periodicals, 212", receipts
and expenditures, 213; estimates, 214; collection
districts, 214; foreign department -- general sur-
vey, 217'; general summary, 219; Asiatic missions
- Burmah, 219; mission to the Burmans, 223; do.
to the Karens, 231; theological seminary for Ka-
rens, 239 ; missioa press and depository, 240; books
and tracts issued, 241 ; books and tracts printed,
243; mission to the Shans, 244; do. to the Assam-
ese, 246; do. to the Teloogoos, 258; Chinese mission
of Bangkok, 262; Siam mission, 265; Southern
China do., 265; Eastern China do., 268; Euro-
pean missions - mission to France, 275 ; do. to
Germany, 276 ; do. to Sweden, 282; do. to Africa,
289 ; general summary, 290 ; report of the treas.
urer, 291; preachers at triennial and annual meet-

ings, 296; officers of the Missionary Union, 297.
Ashmore W., letter from, 145, 331, 408.
Assain mission - annual report, 246; Garo tradition

of the flood, 12; more Garos baptized, 13; addi-
tional applicants, 13; new helpers raised up, 13;
five young men baptized, 13; report of colporteurs,
14 ; visit to Singpho villages, 15; appeal for help,
15; baptisms at Nowgong, 49; what is to be the
language of Assam, 49; thoughts that encourage,
76; the touring season, 910; schools, 110; a shrine
of idolatry declining, 111: beggars caves, 111; &
mighty change, 112, joyful surprise, 308; a perse-
cated but steadfast disciple, 309; a helper needed,
309; more Garos baptized, 309; journal of a native
preacher, 352; trip to a fair, 353; bondage of idol-
atry, 353; boys? courtesy, 353; idolatrous cere-
mony, 354 ; influence of an English education, 334;
the late Mr.•Scott, 379; a duty to be done, 380 ;
work among the Garos, 400; character of a native
preacher, 400; the widow's consolation, 400; the
mantle fallen on a native, 401: native sympathy,
401; another sheaf garnered, 438; death of a Chris-
tian woman, 439; the sowing not in vain, 439;

the present call, 440.
Backman A. E., letter from, 85.
Bahmo, city of, 895; decline of trade, 895; interest-

ing visitor, 396; Chinese in Bahmo, 396 ; trade,
396 ; Chinese temple, 396; worship, 396 ; Shans in
Bahmo, 397 ; stay in do., 597; curious visitors,
397 ; condition of the people of Babmo, 397; visit
to old Bahmo, 398; proximity to China, 399;

Bahmo as a missionary field, 399.
Bassein, mission to Burmans -- annual report, 230;

biography of a Burman preacher, 307; another
sheaf garnered, 307; baptisms, 350; church organ-
ized, 850; fourteen more baptized, 351 ; history of
the work, 351 ; death of Mr. Douglass, 417; Bur-
mans baptized, 351.

Bassein, mission to Karens, 236; Christian holidays,

140 ; spirit of the meetings, 140; foreign laborers
needed, 140; the Pwo Association, 313, how a new
church was raised up, 343; the lit-le protegée, 343;
a joyful scene, 344; & living church, 344; educa-
tion, 344; annual meeting, 341; work among
heathen Karens, 345; something to do, 346; efforts
of native females, 346; fruits of feeble efforts, 847;
encouraging tokens, 435; interested hearers, 435;

Karen custom, 436 ; aid for schools, 436.
Baumgartner A., letter from, 59.
Bells in China and Burmah, 337.
Benares, the city of, given to idolatry, 123.
Bergstrom A., letter from, 84.
Berneike H , letter from, 180.
Boileau H., letter from, 444.
Boynton Den. Nehemiah, death of, 29.
Brayton D. L., letter from, 76, 139, 170, 350.
Broady K. O., letter from, 27, 68, 144.
Bronson Mrs. R. M., obituary of, 445.
Bues F., letter from, 181.
Bunker A., letter from, 43, 170, 378, 402, 434.
Burmah Baptist Missionary Convention, 75; meeting

of at Bassein, 75; telegram from Boston to, 75; ef-

fect of, 76.
Cadot A., letter from, 115, 415.
Carpenter H. C., letter from, 417.
China and the gospel, 155.
Chinese Mission of Bangkok -- annual report, 262;

new chapels, 15; three churches, 15; need of more
laborers, 16; cannot say No, 16; the new chapel at
Bapplasoi, 16, 18; the eclipse of the sun, 16; the
cry of human nature, 17; more baptisms, 17;
through the crevices, 11 ; a sail on the gulf, 18 ; a
kind Providence, 18; dedication, ordination, and
election of deacons, 19; baptism of nine candidates,
19; baptism at Banplasoi, 50; letter to Mr. and Mrs.
Lisle, 77; progress of the work, 78; reception of
the missionaries by the new king, 88 ; persecution
of a member, 80 ; death of the king, 80; his suc-
cessor, 80; history of the king, 80; missions and
Christianity in Siam, 81; the work to be accom-
plished, 81; missionary tours, 81; conversing from
house to house, 82; mourning for the king, 83;
Romanists and Buddhists classed together, 104 ;
persecution by a Catholic priest, 104; applicants for
baptism, 105; coronation of the king, 105; the
prisoner released, 105; missionary labors, 105;
workings of Satan, 106; home questions — what
shall we answer ? 106; oriental transcendentalism,
106; the gospel rejected, 107; the prisoner in Ban-
plasoi, 138; pledge of toleration, 138; the decree
of toleration, 133; excursion, 173 ; Buddhist tem-
ples, 173; footprint of Buddh, 174; arrival of
missionaries, 174; certainty of success, 313; me-
morials of the departed, 313; do failure to be
feared, 814 ; & disciple in the dark, 314; church
movements, 314; the young missionaries and the
out-stations, 314; visit to Banplasoi, 315; the pas-
tor and his flock, 316; admissions to the church,
316 ; baptism of converts, 316; visit to Lengkiachu,
316; the church and senior missionary, 317; Sab-
bath employment, 317; death of an aged Christian,
355 ; heat at Bangkok, 356 ; examination of a can:
didate, 356; Chinese secret society, 880; inquirers,
380 ; God a refuge, 380; the church at Banplasoi,
381 ; idolatry and prayer, 381 ; first.fruits, 381 ; let-
ter from Mr. McGilvary, 382 ; climate of Banplasoi,
382 ; how a day is spent, 883; ignorance of the

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