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an extensive auxiliary in diffusing the ORDINATIONS, &e. light of science and the lovely influence

On the 3d olt. Br. JONATHAN E. For. of the gospel

BUSA was ordained pastor of the Baptist The missionaries employed by the Board furnish evidence, in so far as they Mass. The services were performed by

Church and Society in Southborough, have made report, that their labours have not been in vain. Michigan is particu: Bullard of Upton, made the Introductory

Rev. Dexter

the following brethren. larly mentioned as an encouraging field for evangelical exertion.

Prayer; Rev. Jonathan Going of Wor

The Spirit of God seems to have given efficacy to his Charles Train of Framingham made the

cester preached on the occasion; Rev. word in other places also.

Consecrating Prayer ; Rev. Abial FishThe Hamilton Missionary Society have

er, Jr. of Bellingham, gave the Charge ; united with this Convention, and the

Rev. Otis Convers of Grafton presented union is considered as highly favourable to the general interests of religion. Other Luther Goddard addressed the church

the Right Hand of Fellowship; Rev. Missionary Societies have also become

and society, and Rev. Job B. Boomer of auxiliary to this Convention ; and thus a

the Church in Sutton and Douglas, made more intimate and more effective co-ope- | the Concluding Prayer. Brother Forbush ration of able and good men has been

read the last hymn and gave the Benedicaccomplished.

tion. As the church and society in this We are pleased to observe that Sunday place have no meeting-house, the serviSchools are specially noticed and encour

ces were performed in the open air. The aged by this Convention, and their in

spot was happily situated, and the day crease recommended to the churches.

remarkably fine. The platform and the

seats were so arranged, that all the proThe Baptist Convention of the State of ceedings were in sight and bearing of Massachusetts,

every individual. The scene and the Held their second annual session at

occasion had the effect to inspire in the Worcester on Wednesday, Oct. 26. The mind, sentiments that were truly sub

lime. following are the Officers for the year en

Not a circumstance occurred to suing.

dampen the joy of the day.
Rev. L. BOLLES, D. D. President.
Rev. J. GRAFTON, Vice-President.
Rev. J. Going, Recording Sec'ry.

Dedication.-November 3, a neat and
Rev. F. WAYLAND, Jr. Cor. Sec'ry. commodious Meeting-House
Dea. L. FARWELL, Treasurer. apart to the publick worship of God at
The particulars of the business trans-

Marshfield, Mass. Rev. Thomas Conant, acted have not been communicated; but the Pastor of the Church prayed ; Rev. we learn that much Christian fellowship Mr. Sharp, of Boston, preached from 2 and harmony prevailed ; that all the As good things found in thee, in that

thou

Chron. xix. 3. “Nevertheless, there are sociations except one were represented hast prepared thy heart to seek God." by their delegates ; and that the brethren generally seemed to enter, with renewed of his hearers, the nature and import

His object was, to impress on the minds zeal and enterprise, on the labours contemplated in the organization of this

ance of preparing their hearts for the sobody.

lemnities of publick worship. In the af,

ternoon, Rev. Amos Lefevre, prayed, and Movies received at the Annual Meeting of tbe Mass. Bap. Convention, Oct. 26, 1825.

a discourse was delivered by Rev. Oren

Tracy, from 1 John iii. 2.“ Beloved, First Bap. Church and Society, Boston.

now are we the sons of God.” The 31,00

character and privileges of the children

of God were justly described, and it is Baptist Society, Framingham, Rev. Joseph Grafton,

14,00 hoped that the appeals made to those who

1,00 Worcester Association.

were not Christians will produce the most Baptist Church and Society in Worcester, 9,00

happy effects. Rev. "Joseph_Torrey other sources, 1,57

closed the services by prayer. Rev. Mr. Sturbridge Association-various sources,

Sharp preached again in the evening to a

large and attentive Congregation. Many Collection at Annual Meeting,

10,74 | appeared to be deeply affected. May the

Lord bless this people with salvation and Wendall Female Charitable Society, Leverett and Montague Charitable Society, Bur.

9,00 prosperity.

6,50 Wendall Bap. Char. Soc.

ORDAINED at Edinburgh, Saratoga coun. ty, N. York, on the 20th September, last.

Br. David CORWIN, to the work of the LEVI FARWELL, Treas. Gospel ministry. Eider William Groom

was

set

Warren Association.

Boston Association. Salem Female Cent Society,

61,00

10,37 27,47

Wendall Association.

do.

do. for Burman Miss. Female Charitable Soc. Royalston, Indian Miss.

10,74
1,00

man Mission, Royalston and Warwick Female Charitable Soc.

Burman Mission,

2,50

7,61

dolls. 193,13

of Broadalbin, preached on the occasion, ult. Rev. OREN TRACY. Rev. Joel from Isaiah xlii. 6,7 Elder Aaron Sea-Briggs, of Randolph, offered the Introman of Northampton, offered up the con- ductory Prayer ; Rev. Mr. Putnam, of secrating prayer: Elder Eugenio Kincaid Randolph, preached from 2 Cor. xi. 14, of Galway, gave the Charge : Elder 15, 16. Rev. Mr. Torrey, of Hanson, Groom the Right Hand of Fellowship, || prayed at the laying on of hands; Rev. and Elder Barton Capron, of Solon, made | Mr. Grafton, of Newton, gave the Charge ; the Concluding Prayer.

Rev. Mr. Kimball, of Abington, gave

the Fellowship of the Churches ; ev. ORDAINED as Pastor of the Baptist | Mr. Evans, offered the Concluding PrayChurch in Randolph, Mass. on the 9th er; Benediction by the Rev. Mr. Tracy.

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The sweep majestic of the river's brow,

Which far above extends from shore to shore-
(It glows in memory's magic mirror now,)

Heaven's bright blue arch rising behind and o’er-
The Lakesprung torrents—as with ceaseless roar,

Over the everlasting rocks they roll,
Forever to the dizzy leap before

All rush at once upon the startled soul,
At the first transient glance your eye throws o'er the whole.
But sight is mingled at the heart with sound-

The loud, the deafening thunder of the fall,
Which seems at first all feeling to confound,

The brain to madden and the breast appal,
And spread annihilation over all !-

The dazzling whiteness of the sheeted foam,
Which to the eye seems like a snowbuilt wall,

On which is reared a bright Cerulean doine,
That Poets well might take for fancy's airy home ;-
The clouds of rising and dissolving spray,

Which wave and wanton in the gusty wind,
On which the sunbeams hold their

magic play,
Painting gay rainbows of each glorious kind;
That change their shape and colour, like the mind

Of soft and ductile youth, with every scene,
Of light and shade—now swelling unconfin’d,

In matchless beauty with resplendent sheen-
Now bursting-leaving but the black abyss between ;-
The dark and dripping cliffs which overhead,

Rise like the warbuilt towers of ancient time,
Breathing defiance, and inspiring dread,

Which echo back with emphasis sublime,
The cataract's awful sounds, in measur'd chime,

Rolling along the deep and distant pass,
Until at length the bloodstain'd heights they climb,

Where swell'd the roar of battle--when, alas !
Our country's sons and foes fell in one mingled mass ;-
And the still darker torrent at your feet,

Whose greenwreath'd floods boil up from the abyss,
To whose unfathom'd depths, in one broad sheet,

They thundering fell—whose tides with horrid hiss,
Like venom’d serpents vast, do secm, I wis,

Writhing in pain, and madly rushing by,
Towards far Ontario's bed :-All-all, of this,

Must have struck on the heart—the ear-the eye-
To wake the burning soul of its sublimity.

0! I have thought--and thought did well beseem

A scene so fraught with wondrous majesty,
If with such wonders His creation teem,

What must the glory of the Author be !
With what deep reverence and humility,

Ought we to bow before His mighty hand -
Lord of Creation and Eternity !

Shall human pride not quail at His command ?
The thunder of His power, O who can understand !

NEWTON.

DONATIONS, &c. First Quarter's return of the Agent to

EDUCATION PURPOSES. the Treasurer of the Baptist General July 1. Rev. D. B. Mc'Gehu, Halifax Co. (Va.) Convention, from May 1, to July 31,

Whole for Education purposes,

2,50 1825, inclusive.

Total quarter's return for qr. ending July 31, 1825.871,40

H. LINCOLN, Treas. FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.

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May 3. By the hand of Rev. Nathaniel Chambliss, (Va) from Unni,

10,00 28. Rev. Thomas Hand, Danville, (Ky.) (col. lected,)

10,00 June 3. Mrs. Walker, Treas. of Fem. Miss. Soc. Fredericksburg, (Va.)

15,76
4. By hand of Elder Hiter, from Louisa Bible
and Miss. Soc. (Va.)

10,00
Hand of Elder Fife, from Anna Whar.
ton, (Va.)

,50 The following sums were collected for the Mission to Soulb

America, by Elder A. W. Clopton.
June 6. Collected at Darlington Ch. (S. C.) 3,12

From George Bruce, same place, 1,00
Collected at Georgetown, (s. C.) 0,81
Collected at Coosew batchie,

5,00
From a friend, near same place,

3,00 Collected at Robertville, (S. C.)

7,93
do. at Edgefield Church, 12,25
From Mrs. G. I. Brithaupt

5,00
Collected at Horeb, Hancock Co.
(Geo.)

7,23
Collected at Eatonton, (Geo.) 8,75
do.

at Montgomery, (Ala.) 5,55Whole for Mission to South America, dolls. 65,64 8. John Bryce, (collected,)

5,00 26. J. F. Wilson, Esq. Society Hill, (8. C.) 25,00

Elder Munroe, from Spring Hill Bap.
Fem. Soc. (N. C.)

10,00

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FOR GENERAL PURPOSES.
2. Dividend of Stock, the Gregory
Legacy,

27,50
3. Mrs. Anna Ball, from Athol Fem.
Char. Soc.

9,00
11. E. Tucker, Fredonia, (N. Y.)

Hand of Noah Davis, proceeds of

Miss. Box kept by Mrs. Nancy
Taylor, Assawoman, Acco.
mack Co. (Va)

2,50
Hand of Noah Davis, from Mrs.

Tabitha Watson, Purgoteaque,

Accomack Co. (Va.)
21. Hand of Silas Ambler, Danbury,

Con. collected at Union Asso. 11,34

3,50

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FOR DOMESTICK MISSIONS.
May 3. By hand of Eld. Nathaniel Chambliss,

(Va.) from Unni, for supporting a youth
at Carey,

10,CO
4. Hand of Elder Biter, from Louisa Bible
Miss. Soc. (Va.)

10,00
Hand of Elder Fife, from Anna Whar.
ton, (Va)

50 16. John F. Wilson, Society Hill, (S.C.)

. 25,00 Appropriation of Government for Indian Civilization.

For the Ind. Sch. at Withington,
Creek Indians,

150,00
Indian School at Valley Towns,
Cherokee Indians,

125,00
Indian School at Tinsawatta,
Cherokee Indians,

62,50
Indian School at Carey, Puta-
watamy Indians,

150,00
Indian School at Tonnawanda,
Seneca Indians

75,00

FOR DOMESTICK MISSIONS.
Oct. 11. Hand of E. Tucker, Fredonia, (N. Y.)
Carey Station,

5,45 Appropriations of the U. S. Government, for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1825, for the following

objects, viz.
Withington School, Creek Ind. 150,00
Valley Towns, Cherokee do. 125,00
Tinsawattee, do.

do.

62,50
Carey, Putawatamy, do. 150,00
Tonnawanda, Seneca, do. 75,00
Buildings at the Tonnawanda
School,

166,66
Buildings at the Withington
School,

817,70
Oneida School, two quarters, 200,00

1740,86

Total, dolls. 1811,70
H. LINCOLN, Treas.

Account of Moneys received by the

562,50

Treasurer of the Baptist General
Convention of the United States.

Whole for Domestick Missions.

dolls. 608,00 June 7. By William Dabney, Esq. Treas. of Rich

mond For. and Dom. Miss. Soc. (Va.) 100,00 8. Mrs. Todd, Carolina Co. (Va.)

4,50 July 6. Hand of Rev. D. B. Mc'Gebu, (Va.) from William Malone,

2,00 By hand of the same,

2,50

5,00

1825.
Oct.
s. By cash of Nathan Alden, Esq. East

Bridgewater, by Dea. J. Loring,
By cash of the Utica For. Miss. Soc. by

Jason Lothrop, Treas.
Cash from Fem. Miss. Soc. of Newport,

(N. Y.) by Jason Lothrop,

35,00

Whole for General Purposes.

dolls. 109,00

5,00

ct. s. By cash from Fem. Miss. Soc. of Rev. Mr.

Sharp's Ch. and Soc. Boston, by Miss L.
Clouston, Treas.

120,20
6. By cash from Fem. Soc. in Peterborough

(N. H ) by Mrs. Sarah Thayer, Treas. 13,54
26 By.cash from Vermont Aux. Bap. Board,
J. Conant, Esq. Treas.

50,00
Cash from J. Conant, Esq. being part of a

bequest from Benj. Stevens, deceased, 28,00
By cash of Seekonk Fem Miss. Soc. Aux.

to the For. Miss. Soc. by Mr. Hugh H.
Brown, of Providence,

23,30
28. By cash from Dea. John Clark, St. Johns-
burg, Vermont,

15,00
Cash from Aaron Griswold, pr. H. B.
Rounds,

1,00
Cash from three friends for Rev. Isaac

M'Coy, at Carey Station, by Rev. Z. L.
Leonard, Sturbridge,

5,00
Cash from a friend, by Rev. Mr. Putman, ,50
Cash from Franklin Association, through
Mr. E. Lincoln,

50,00
Cash from Salem Translation and For.
Miss. Soc. by Rev. Dr. Bolles.

200,00
Nov. s. By cash from Ellsworth, and Surry, (Me.)

Bap. Fem. Cent Soc. Mercy Trueworthy,
Sec. by Capt. E. Lord,

13,13
2. By cash from Hezekiah Prince, Esq. Treas.

of Bap. Cobven. of the State of Maine,
as follows:

Prom Lincoln Bap. Aux. Soc.

135,75
Lincoln Fem. Cent Soc. pr.
Dea. James Loring,

58,45

194,20
By cash of Mr. J. Cauldwell, Treas. of
New York Society for the education of
heathen children, pr. Messrs. Freeman,
Cobb, & Co.

60,00
Nov. 22. By cash received from W. R. Stockbridge,

Esq. as follows:-
From Benev. Soc. Buckfield, (Me.) 2,50
From friends, by hand of James
Durham, of Hebron,

3,00
From Fem. Miss. Soc. New Glouce.
ster,

10,52
From Male Miss. Soc. Turner, 6,00
Benev. Soc. N. Yarmouth,

1,50
Fem. Benev. Soc. North Yarmouth, 26,88
Mission Box at Monthly Concert,
N. Yarmouth,

11,70
From Minor Female Missionary
Soc. North Yarmouth,

22,28

84,38
For Burman Mission.
By cash from Fem. Benev. Soc. Sedgwick,

Maine, Rebecca Pinkhan, President,
Sally Allen, Treas. for Burman Miss. 13,63

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PLEASING INTELLIGENCE OF THE SAFETY OF DR. JUDSON.
Copy of a Leiter from Mr. R. A. Newton, Calcutta, to 7. Evarts, Esq. Boston, dated Calculia, May 23, 1825.
My dear Sir, It gives me infinite pleasure to acquaint you that Mr. and Mrs. Judson are alive and well. Accounts have
this day been received of them; they have been liberated, and sent with other European prisoners to treat with the
British Commander for Peace. A peace will undoubtedly be made immediately, and all be well. I request you to give
all possible publicity to this communication, as the Christian world is deeply interested in the fate of these respected
persons.

Yours, &c. E. A. NEWTON.

INDEX TO VOL. V.

A.
Abbot, Rev. S. Letter from

95
American Board of Missions, Accounts from their
Mission Stations

I 20
American Tract Society

182
American Bible Society

183
Anglo-Chinese College

59
Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of Boston and
vicinity

222
Averill, Rev. Asa, Letter from

285

B.
Baptist Board of Forciga Missions, Donations to 32, 96

127, 128, 224, 252, 288, 320, 382
Baptist Missionary Society of Massachusetts, Dona-
tions to

32, 192, 219, 351
Baptist General Tract Society,

158
Baptist Missionary Society of Massachusetts, Report
of the Trustees of

205
Baptist Missionary Society of Massachusetts, An-
nual meeting of

217
Baptist General Convention, Report of the Board of 215
Baptist Education Society of New York

255
Baldwin, Rev. Thomas, Obituary of

318
Bengal Christian School Society

346
Bible Anecdote
Bond, Rev. Phinehas, Letter from

234
Boston Baptist Foreign Mission Soc. Donations to 32,351
do.

do. meeting of
Burman Mission, Intelligence from 19, 47, 50, 84, 118

144, 179, 192, 249, 278, 337
Burmese War

24, 50, 317

C.
Carey Station, Accounts from 53, 84, 118, 189, 214, 247

Donations to 189, 224, 280, 244, 352
Catharine Brown, Review of her Memoir

108
Causes of declension in Religion

134
Card, Rev. Mr. Letter from

253
Cecil's Remains, Extract from

133
Circular of the Vermont State Convention,

1 2 2
Cincinnati Baptist Missionary Society, Circular of 59
Chessman, Rev. Mr. Letter from

29
Chaplin, Rev. Dr. Review of his Sermon

203
Chapin, Rev. Dr. Review of his Lecture and Sermon 177
Colman, Mrs. Letter from

57
Constitutio ns of Auxiliary and Primary Societies 52
Courtney, Rev. John, Obituary of

62
Columbian College, Notices of

91, 157
Colonization Society, Account of

238
Congecticut Missionary Society

255

312

Crosby, Charles C. P. Letter from

62
Creeds and Subscriptions, Remarks on

272
Curtis, Rev. W. B. Letter from

95
D.
Decline in Religion, Causes of

134
Departure of Mr. and Mrs. Boardman

286
Death, Lines on

236
Difference between Religion and Profession

312
Dodge, Rev. John L. Letter from

31
Donations to Baptist Board of Foreign Missions,

32, 96
127, 100, '92, 224, 252, 288, 320, 382
Donations to Boston Baptist Foreign Missionary
Society

32, 351
Donations to Baptist Missionary Society of Mas-
sachusetts

32, 192, 219, 351
Donations to Massachusetts Baptist Education So.
ciety

128, 350
Dowse, Rev. Mr. Letter from

284
Drake, Rev. J. A. Letter from

57
Dunbar, Rev. D. Letters from

124
E.
Education of Hindoo Females

223
Elliot, Rev. John, Memoir of

33,05
English Translation of the Bible, On the supplied
words in the

359
English Baptist Mission Society 29, 57, 306, 315, 342
Evangelical Tract Society, Annual meeting of

220
do.
do. Treasurer's account

220, 221
Exposition of Romans ix. 3.

70
Extraordinary Munificence

123
Extract from Life of Howard

176
F.
Faith, a Living and Dead

298
Family Worship

334
Fry, Mrs. Account of
Freeman, G. L. Memoir of

321
Fuller's Works, Notice of

246
Fuller, Mr. Letter from

311
Furman, Rev. Dr. Obituary of

346

107

317

G.
General plan for Auxiliary and Primary Societies 52
Gifford, Rev. Andrew, Memoir of

353
Gillison, Thomas, Esq. Memoir of

289
Goodwin, David, Esq. Memoir of

97
Goodale, Rev. Solomon, I.etter from

124
H.
Hough, Rev. Mr. Letters from

25, 84, 278
Hodgden, Mrs. Lydia, Obituary of

34&
159
END OF VOL. V.

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118

1.
New York Baptist Female Missionary Society

181
Infant Baptism

12
New York Baptist Education Society

255

280
Influence of the Parental Character

Nichols, Mrs. Eunice, Obituary of
335
North Carolina, Revival of Religion in

159
J.

o.
Jews, On the Return of the

300
Obituary of Rev. John Courtney

62
Journey from B. to the Falls of Niagara, in Letters

Mrs. Willard

63
to a Sister

37, 74, 104, 136, 173, 232
Journal of Rev. Mr. M'Coy

55
Rev. Daniel White

94
Dr. Willard

1 26
Journal of Rev. Mr. Wade

144
Mrs. P.

I 26
Jones' Ch History, Review of

42, 77
Rev. Asahel Woods

159
62
Jones Joba, Letter from

Miss Sarah Jones

1-88
Jones, Rev. Evan, Letter from

153

188
Jones, Miss Sarah, Obituary of

256, 317
John Ryland, D. D.
Mrs. Eunice Nichols

286
Judson, Dr. Letter from

22
George Outlaw, Esq.

317
Judson, Mrs. Letter from

23
Rev. Dr. Furman

317
Judson, Dr. news of his safety,

383
Rey. Thomas Baldwin, D. D.

318
L.

Mrs. Lydia Hodgden,

348
Lawson, Rev. J. Letters from
47, 149, 153, 279, 338 On Praising Ministers

332
Letter to the Reviewer of Essays on Communion 14

Ordinations 32, 64, 96, 125, 126, 189, 224, 256, 347, 380
Letter from Dr. Judson

22
Osgood, Rev. Emory, Memoir of

161,195
Mrs. Judson

23
Rev. Mr. Chessman

29
Paris Bible Society

93, 313
Rev. John L. Dodge

31

Pastoral Office, Nature and Importance of
Rev. Moses Waters

165, 199, 229
31

Pastor's Address to his Hearers
Rev. Richard Poindexter
31

291
Mrs. Colman

57

Peck, Rev. J. M. Letters from 56, 87, 89, 155, 180
Rev. Mr. Winchell
61

375, 370
Mr John Jones

62
Peschier's defence of Christian Missions

303
Pious Mother

61
Charles C. P. Crosby

62
Rev. S. Abbot
Poindexter, Rev. Richard, Letter from

31
95

Pronouncing Bible, Notice of
Rev. Wm. B. Curtis
95

245
Rev. Dr. Staughton

R.
Rev. D. Dunbar

124

Religious Intelligence 27, 59, 91, 122, 156, 217, 253
Rev. S. Goodale
124

283, 311, 344, 377
Rev. Evan Jones

153 Revivals of Religion 28, 29, 61, 95, 124, 158, 253, 311
Thomas B. Rice
158 Remarkable Conversions

40, 255
Rev. Mr. Card

253
Reviews

42, 77, 108, 177, 203, 275
Rev. Mr. Tripp

253 Religious Intercourse, Duty and Advantages of 140
Rey. Phinehas Bond

254
Remarks on Romans ix. 3.

170
Rev. Mr. Sabin

283
Religious Anniversaries in Boston

217
Rey. Mr. Dowse

284
Religious Anniversaries in New York

181
Rey: Mr. Averill

285 Report of the Trustees of the Baptist Missionary
Mr. Sheppard
311 Society of Massachusetts

205
Mr Fuller

311 Report of the Board of the Bap. Gen. Convention 215
Rev. J. A. Drake

57 Remarks on the Third Report of the United Domes-
Rev. Mr. Wade 19, 47, 49, 179, 1, tick Missionary Society of New York

245
338, 339 Report of the Massachusetts Bap. Educa. Society 344
Mrs. Wade

21, 150
Rhode Island State Convention

285
Rev. Mr. Hough
25, 84, 278 Rice, Thomas B. Letter from

156
Rev. J. Lawson 47, 149, 153, 270, 338 Ryland, Dr. John, Obituary of

317
Rey, Isaac M'Coy, 53, 54, 84, 85, 118, 214

S.
247, 280, 281, 282, 344
Savannah River Association

60
Rev. J. M. Peck, SO, 87, 89, 155, 180

Salem Bible Translation and For. Miss. Soc. do. do.
375, 376
nations to

350
Rev. Edward Manning

254, 284
Sabin, Rev. Mr. Letter from

283
Lines ou Death

2 36
Sailing of Missionaries for Burmah

249
Lines on the Falls of Niagara

381
Scripture, on the Proper use of

IOI
M.
Scriptures in Spain

123
Scripture Doctrine of Baptism, Review of

275
Massachusetts Baptist Education Society, Re-

Scripture Guide to Baptism, Review of

275
344
Serampore, Account from

285
Maine, Revivals in

28
Sheppard, Mr. Letter from

310
Massachusetts Sabba.h School Union

221
Sow thy Seed

312
Massachusetts Bap. Educa. Soc. Donations to 128, 350

State Conventions, Notices of 27, 60, 92, 156, 285
Massachusetts State Convention
156, 380

379, 380
Massachusetts Baptist Theological Institution, 377

Staughton, Rev. Dr. Letter from
Manning, Rev. Edward, Letters from

254, 284

T.
M'Coy, Rev. Isaac, Letters from

53, 54,84, 85, 118
Tripp, Rev. Mr. Letter from

253
214, 247, 280, 281, 282, 344
do. Journal of

255
Tract Society, London

55
Memoir of Rey. Wm. Ward

5

U.
Rev. John Elliot

33, 65 Union Meeting, Account of, held in Vermont
David Goodwin, Esq.

97

V.
Rev. Hosea Wheeler

129
Valley Towns Station

153
Thomas Gillison, Esq.

289
Virginia, Revival of Religion in

150
Rev. Emory Osgood

161, 193

View of Missions, under the direction of the Baptist
Rev. Ebenezer Neison

225
General Convention

20
Rev. John Williams

257

W.
Gotham L. Freeman

320
Rev. Andrew Cifford

5
Ward, Rev. Wm. Memoir of

353
Mecting-Houses opened and churches organized 64, 96 Wade, Rev. Mr. Letters from 19, 47, 49, 179, 337,
126, 189, 287

338, 339
Missionary Hymn

288
Do,
do. Journal of

144
Missionary Associations

28, 52
Wade, Mrs. Letters from

21, 150
Missionary Societies organized 60, 61, 64, 124, 158, 347

Waters, Rev. Moses, Letter from

31

61
Mission to Tonnawanda

154

Winchell, Rev. Mr. Letter from
Missionary Intelligence

Willard, Mrs. Obituary of

03
19, 47, 84, 118, 205, 247, 278
Willard, Dr Obituary of

126
303, 337, 375
Williams, Rev. John, Memoirs of

-257
N.
White, Rev. Daniel, Obituary of

94
Nelson, Rev. Ebenezer, Memoir of
225 Wheeler, Rev. Hosea, Memoir of

129
New York Baptist Thcological Seminary
28 Woods, Rev. Asaliel, Obituary of

port of

118

306

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