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THE

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MISSIONARY MAGAZINE.

PUBLISHED BY THE

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION.

VOLUME XXXVI.

BOSTON:

MISSIONARY ROOMS, 33 SOMERSET STREET.

18 56.

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INDEX.

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Allen, T., letter from, 75; journal of,

beel, 460; wayside beggar, blind, 461;
76; cavillers, 77, 78; conversations

Burdwar monasteries and their supe-
with visitors, 78, 79; an illustration,

rior, 461; utility of book distribution,
79; labors in the zayat, 105; reason-

462; the shady side,

462
ing with a sceptic, 107; suspension Australia, Chinese in,...

122
of labors, 110; reflections,

110 Ava, embassy to, from the E. I. Co., 9;
Allenstein, H., journal of,

468

message from the king to the mis-
American and Foreign Bible Society,. 347 sionaries, 9 ;-continued favor of, 178;
American Baptist Home Mission So-

attached to his idolatry, 179; educa-
ciety,

348 tional project, 374; proposed embas-
American Baptist Missionary Union; sy to the United States, 375; earth-
annual meeting, 227,- of the Board,

quake, 377; fire, 377; royal benefi-
193;— of the Board for 1856–57, 235;

cence,

377
report of the committee of reference,

mission, report on, 225; annual re-
195 ; finances, 215, 243; agencies,

port, 276; convert, 179; baptisms, 376;
217, 248; mission property, 220; pub-

Ko Shway Nee ordained,..

376
lications, 223, 251; obituaries, 224,
237; life members, 248;- present at Basle Missionary Society, 56; origin of,
the annual meeting, 227; report of 56; first efforts, 57; present state,.... 58
the Board to the, 231; officers and Bassas mission to, report on, 213; an-
managers, election of, 232, 236; forty-

nual report,

298
second annual report, 237; mission- Bassein mission, report on, 225; annual
ary rooms, 238; location of Mr. Vin-

report, 269; quarterly report of the
ton, 239 ; Kemmendine property, churches, 7; schools, 8; theological
240; transfer and discontinuance of

students, S; Home Missionary Soci-
missions, 241; reduction of mission

ety, 8; application of funds, 8; the
expenditures, 242; receipts and ex-

city Bassein, 135; fruit of Mr. Com-
penditures, 243; comparative annual stock's labors, 185; religious state of
contributions, 247; missionary ap-

the people, 137; encouraging visi-
pointments, 252, 445; missions of the

tors, 137; baptisms, 137; quarterly
Union, 1855-56, 314; treasurer's re-

meeting, 138; schools, 138; annual
port, 315; preachers at triennial and

meeting, 370; native treasury, 370,
annual meetings,....

state of the churches, 371; spiritual-
American Board of Commissioners,

ism, 371; native preachers, 371; fire
140; report of the deputation, 140;

373
missionary schools, 141; Batticottá Batticotta seminary,.

148
seminary,

148 | Bengali literature,
American Tract Society,....

347 | Bengal missionaries, conference of, 50;
Aming, a convert at Ningpo, 9; at his

progress of missions in India, 50;
home, 10; baptism, 11; letter to obstacles, 50; vernacular preaching,
Akwang,

11 50; English and vernacular educa-
Amoy, revival at.

tion, 51; zemindary system,...

51
Arracan mission, report on, 225; annual Bixby, M. H., journal of, 36; visit to
report,

277 Krungpung, 36; daily labors, 81; re-
Assam mission, report on, 217; annual

trospect, 344; on the conversion of
report, 278; religious services, 346;

Burmans,

344
schools, 346; Vikirs, 346; the native Bixby, Mrs., death of,

415
Christians, 346; - death of, 378; re- Boardman, G. D., reminiscences of
appearance of a scholar, 391; villages his death, 67; baptistery near the
in Hubon Seri, 392; native curiosity,

place of his death,...

69
392; discussions among the Miris, Bronson, M., letter from, 346, 432; labor
393; northern Miris, 393; character-

under embarrassment, 432; joyful
istics, 394; Dhokua Khona and Dib-

re-union,

433
rugor, 396; Lukimpar, 396; transmi- Buddhism described,

363
gration, 397; timid disciple, 397; dis- Burmah, first martyr in, 388; moun-
cerning reader, 397; obstacles to the tain scenery in, 1, 359, 423; flora of,
conversion of Hindus, 427; Hindu

1, 34, 68, 37, 322, 420, 424; birds of, 97,
Cacharis, 428; dread of brahmins,

420; fishes, 423; traditions in, 4, 132,
428; the rajah's chaplain, 429; effect

386; the river Salwen, 454; ancient
of science on idolatry, 430; conver-

national standard, 421; the river Si-
sion and baptism of Batiram's moth-

tang, 421; bore on the, 421; val-
er, 431; native officials, 458; oppres-

ley of, 422; Burman robbers, 422;
sion and robbery, 458; perils from Shwaygyeen, 432; Toungoo city, 423;
wild beasts, 459, Kareas of Assam,

- kingdom of, 425; races of people in, 452
460; German mission among the Ca-
charis, 460; the brahmin of Gonga- Calcutta missionary conference, 43;

320

at, ..

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