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L. Qr. 2nd .... 2.56 p.m. December. F. Qr. 17th.... 4.39 p.m. N. M. 10th.... 3.38 p.m.
F. M. 24th .... 3.41 p.m. DEATH AND LIFE. (made alive, 1 Co. 15. 22. 1 F Pfander d., 1865. As in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be 2 S Death passed upon all, for that all have sinned, Ro. 5. 12.
[come that they might have life, Jo. 10. 10. 3 S Advent Sun. S. Crowther's 1st Sermon at S. Leone, 1843. I am
M. Is. l. 1 Pet. 5. E. Is. 2, or 4. 2. Jo. 13. 1-21. 4 M Thro' death destroy him that had the power of death, Heb. 2. 14. 5 T Brought life and immortality to light, 2 Ti. 1. 10. 6 W Imad-ud-din ord., 1868. set before thee life and death, Deu. 7 T Why will ye die · Ez. 18. 31.
[30. 15. 8 F Turn yourselves, and live ye, Ez. 18. 32.
[Ps. 27. 1. 9, S Bp. Stuart consec., 1877. The Lord is the strength of my life,
[ever, 1 Pet. 1. 23. 10 S 2nd in Advent. The word of God, which liveth and abideth for
M. Is. 5. 1 Jo. 3. 1-16. E. Is. 11. 1-11, or 24. Jo. 18. 1-28. 11 M S. Crowther baptized, 1825. Walk in newness of life, Ro. 6. 4. 12 T Passed from death unto life, Jo. 5. 24. [the death, Rev. 12.11. 13 W Supposed day Smith & O'Neill d., 1877. Loved not their lives unto 14 T There shall be no more death, Rev. 21. 4. (are yours, 1C0.3. 22. 15 F Bps. Russell, Horden, and Royston consec., 1872, Life or death, all 16 S Death is swallowed up in victory, 1 Co. 15. 54.
[thy sting? 1 Co, 15. 55. 17 S 3rd in Advent. Ember Wk. Welland d., 1879. O death, where is
H. Is. 25. Rev. 1. E. Is. 26, or 28. 5--19. Rev.2.1-18. 18 M Townsend vis. Abeokuta, 1813. Can these bones live ? Ez. 37. 3. 19 T H. Edwardes inv. C.M.S. to Peshawar, 1853. Ye shall live, Ez. 20 W I prophesied...and they lived, Ez. 37. 10.
[37. 5. 21 T Bp. French consec., 1877. To live is Christ, Phil. 1. 21. 22 F 7. Chapman d. in N. Z. on 62nd Anniv. of Miss., 1876. To die is 23 S He that hath the Son hath life, 1 Jo. 5. 12. [gain, Phil. 1. 21.
[eternal life, 1 Jo. 5. 11. 24 S 4th in Advent. Bp. Vidal d., 1854. God hath given unto us
M. Is. 30. 1-27. Rev. 14. E. Is. 32 or 33. 2–23. Rev. 15. 25 M Christmas Day. S. Marsden's 1st Serm. in N. 2., 1814. And this
[life is in His Son, 1 Jo. 5. 11. M. Is. 9.1-8. Lu. 2.1-15. E. Is. 7. 10–17. Tit. 3. 49. 26 T St. Stephen. The crown of lifewh.the Lord hath promised, Jas.1.12. 27 W St. John. We show unto you that eternal life, 1 Jo. 1. 2. 28 T Innocents Day. I give unto them eternal life, Jo. 10, 28. 29 F Whether we live, we live unto the Lord, Ro. 14. 8. 30 S Whether we die, we die unto the Lord, Ro. 14. 8.
[the Lord's, Ro. 14. 8. 31 S Sun, aft, Christmas. Whether we live, therefore, or die, we are
M. Is. 35. Rev. 21. 15. to 22. 6. E. Is. 38 or 40. Rev. 22. 6.
EPITOME OF MISSIONARY NEWS. The C.M.S. Committee have issued a Special Appeal for Men. University graduates are wanted immediately for the Principalship of Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone ; for St. John's College, Agra ; for the Noble High School, Masulipatam ; for the Cambridge Nicholson Institution, Travancore; for the Preparandi Institution at Jerusalem ; for the Ningpo College. Medical Missionaries are wanted for the Niger, Frere Town, the Nyanza Mission, Gaza, the Gônd Mission, and Bishop Burdon's New Mission in South China. A good schoolmaster is urgently needed for Frere Town. Other men are wanted for Lagos, Calcutta, the Koi Mission, Sindh, &c.
The Committee propose to set apart Wednesday, Dec. 6th, for special supplication that these needed labourers may be found; and they invite all their friends to unite with them in prayer on that day.
The Dean of Westminster has most kindly offered to have a collection for the C.M.S. at Westminster Abbey, on Sunday evening, Dec. 10th, 2nd Sunday in Advent, at 7 P.M., the Society appointing the preacher on the occasion. Bishop Burdon, of Victoria, Hong Kong, bas consented to preach.
By the lamented death of Archdeacon Prest, of Durham, late Rector of Gateshead, the Society loses one of its most faithful and zealous friends in the North of England. By his influence and labours, combined with those of the late Bishop Baring, Canon Tristram, and other friends, the contributions to C.M.S. funds in the Diocese of Durham rose in twenty years to about three times their former amount,
We deeply regret to announce the death, on Oct. 23rd, of the Rev. Henry William Shackell, M.A., formerly C.M.S. Missionary in North India, Mr. Shackell took high honours at Cambridge. He was 10th Wrangler in 1857, 2nd Class Classics, 1st Class Theological Tripos, and Fellow of Pembroke College. He laboured with untiring energy for seventeen years in various parts of North India. The stations of Godda, in the Santâl country, and Aligarh, were established at his own private expense, and he contributed largely to several other Missions. He was a most humble-minded man, and was beloved by all who knew him.
Dr. George Johnson has retired from the office of Honorary Consulting Physician to the C.M.S. During twenty-six years he has given the Society his valuable time and medical skill without fee of any kind.
The Rev. Metcalfe Sunter, M.A., Principal of Fourah Bay College, has been appointed Government Inspector of Education for the West Coast of Africa, and is therefore obliged to retire from C.M.S. after twelve years' most assidu ous and earnest labours in the cause of Christian education at Sierra Leone. He was prepared for the ministry at Islington College, and received the honorary degree of M.A. from Durham University at the time the affiliation of Fourah Bay College to that University was arranged.
Some corrections have to be made as regards previous announcements in the GLEANER of locations and movernents of Missionaries, The Rev. C. Harrison goes to the North Pacific instead of to the Gônd Mission. The Rev. G. H. Weber goes to his old field, North India, and not to Mauritius. The Rev. W. Latham is appointed to Lucknow instead of Calcutta, The Rev. R. Bateman is prevented by ill-health from returning to the Punjab this year, and the Rev. D.J. S. Hunt by his wife's health from going out at once to the Saskatchewan, Mr. E. Elliott will remain in England for another year. The Rev. A. J. A. Gollmer and Dr. G. Chalmers are not going out at all for the Society. The Rev. J. C. Hoare and Dr. B. Van S. Taylor, who came home lately from China, are returning to the field immediately.
On Oct. 17th, the Rev. E. Bickersteth, of the Cambridge Mission at Delhi, son of the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth, of Hampstead, had an interview with the C.M.S. Committee, and gave a very interesting account of his missionary work, as well as a review of the prospects of Christianity in North India, especially among Mohammedans,
On Sept. 10th, Bishop Royston ordained another Native clergyman for the C.M.S. Mission in Mauritius. His name is Samuel Sunger Singh. He is a Hindu born in the island, and knows the Hindi, French, and English languages. Bishop Horden writes from Moose Factory or
. Aug, 28th. He had arrived safely via Canada, the last part of his journey being eighteen days' canoe travelling. The Rev. H. Nevett and Mr. J. Lofthouse had already arrived by the annual ship; and the latter was proceeding immediately with the Rev. E. J. Peck to the Eskimo Mission at Whale River. The Bishop confirmed 45 Indians on Aug. 27th.
The Bishop of Calcutta visited the Lucknow C.M.S. Mission on July 4th, and confirmed 22 Native Christians.
The Right Hon. M. E. Grant-iuff, Governor of Madras, visited Tinnevelly in September, and was received with due honour at the C.M.S. Mission at Palamcotta, Addresses were presented to him at the Sarah Tucker Institution and the Theological College, and also by the Native Christian community; and his replies were of a very friendly character.
Last month's GLEANER had gone to press before later news from Uganda reached the Society, on Oct. 19th. This news will be found at page 137 of our present number,
We desire to recommend to those of our readers who are Sunday. school teachers the CHRISTMAS LETTERS prepared by Miss E. S. Elliott, Author of Copsley Annals, &c., and formerly Editor of the C.M. Jurenile Instructor. Every teacher should send to each of his Sunday-scholars “A Christmas Letter for You.” Write for specimens to Messrs. Šazell, Watson & Viney, 6, Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, E.C.
RECEIVED—Mrs. Corsbie, for the Egypt Special Fand, £10; Miss S. C. Edwards, for the Henry Wright Steamer, 108. Cd.; "A Nurse's Thank-offer ing,” £l; “Pearl," another £20.
NOTICE.—Clergymen and other friends proposing to make arrangements for the ANNUAL GLEANER EXAMINATION are requested to communicate during this month with the Editorial Secretary, The Examination will be on Jan. 9th.
“HALF AS MUCH AGAIN." T the recent Anniversary of the Norfolk and Norwich Auxiliary of the
C.M.S., the Sheriff of Norwich, Mr. J.J. Winter, made the following
suggestions about getting the “Half as Much Again":“There are 15,000 parishes in England and Wales, and in 10,000 of these not one penny is subscribed to the Church Missionary Society. Here is new ground to work upon. The average of collections after sermons in the 5,000 parishes is £4 11s., so that if only half the unrepresented parishes were included, £20,000 a year would be the result. When a parish is well worked it is not only the sermons that benefit the Society, but the public meetings, collecting cards, missionary boxes, and parish organisations, which double and treble the amount brought in by sermons. I will mention my own parish as an instance. Not long ago there were but five or six subscribers in the whole of Heigham, but now the district of St. Philip's alone gives £100 a year.
“An endeavour might also be made to bring before the public mind the very old principle-not commanded or absolutely incumbent on Christians, but nevertheless according to the will of God as expressed in the days of old-viz., that we should render, as far as practicable, the tithe or tenth part of our incomes to God's work and glory, set it apart as not our own, and what a sum total we should then have to give away! Last year the income-tax brought to the Government the sum of £10,650,000. Now this at 5d, in the £l represents an income of £511,200,000. The tenth part of this would be £51,120,000 to give away. How differently, then, could home and foreign Christian work be supported I and this calculation does not include incomes under £150 a year, otherwise the amount would be nearly doubled.
" There is, lastly, perhaps the most simple plan, and one in the power of almost all to adopt, namely, to give half as much again as we have done before, both of our time and money.”
NOTICE. In the GLEANER of January will be commenced a Story of Christian Work, entitled, “OVER THE WATER,” by Miss Evelyn R. Garratt, Author of " Free to Serve," " Lottie's Silver Burden,” fc.
The GLEANER of 1883 will also contain a Series of Devotional Papers, by “ A.M.V.," entitled "JERSEY BREEZES”; Sketches of a Lady's Work at Fuh-chow, by Mrs. G. Fagg (Miss M. Foster), late Missionary there ; THE STOI OF TIE NEW ZEALAND Mission, by the Author of " The Good News in Africa,” f'c., fc.
Page 130 131
71 94 95 95
AFRICA, West Africa :
Christ Church, Lagos, built by the late Rev. J. A. Lamb...
Portrait of the late Rev, J. A. Lamb........
The Henry Wright Memorial Steamer....
Mission Camp at the First Stage beyond Uyui
Mr. Copplestone's House, built by himself
Egyptian Women drawing Water
23 30 33 67 131 135
Page Baddegama Church
59 View of Kandy
90,91 CHINA. Mr. and Mrs. Ahok, Fuh-Chow
22 A Chinese Wedding....
..42, 43 Burning Paper to Appease the Spirits of Ancestors ...............
58 The Ven. Archdeacoa Arthur E. Moule, of Mid China....
103 JAPAN. Japanese Ladies at Home... The Rev. Arthur W. Poole, M.A., Bishop-Designate of the Church of England in Japan
86 Mount Fasiyama, the Sacred Volcano of Japan
87 NEW ZEALAND. Mount Egmont
10 Fortified Pa, Taranaki
11 Maori Chiefs
11 Maori Pa
15 Maori War Dance
31 Maori Woman.
46 Maori Chief.....
46 Maori Carved Monnment
47 Wai Aniwaniwa (Water Rainbow) Fall, on the Kerikeri... Maori Council of War
51 Tattooed Face of a Maori Chief
62 Process of Tattooing
63 A Maori Family and Hut at Waipahihi, Lake Taupo
138 The House built for himself by Tamahana te Raparahau......
139 NORTH-WEST AMERICA. The Sioux Chief " Sitting Bull”
31 Sioux Chief
35 Sioux Squaw and Child..
35 The Ven. Archdeacon Vincent, Diocese of Moosonee Bishop Horden's Cathedral, Moose, Hudson's Bay...
83 Saskatchewan: The Cathedral, Prince Albert....
110 Emmanuel College, Prince Albert......
110 The Ven. Arshdeacon J. A. Mackay..
111 Blackfoot Indians crossing the Bow River
115 Red Indian Encampinent
118 Indian Woman of the Far West
119 A Case for a Baby
119 MISCELLANEOUS. Archbishop Tait at Exeter Hall, May 1st, 1877
3 Portrait of Rev. Canon Tristram......
54 55 98 99 99
26 Krishnagar Mission : A Bengali Village
102 Our Indian Fellow-subjects : Eight Sketches
126, 127 Punjab : A Mohammedan at Prayer
27 Kashmir : Dispensing Medicines during a Mission Tour The City of Srinagar, and Moslems at Prayer.
75 The Mission School
75 Medical Missionaries, Hospital Assistants and Patieats... 78 South India :The Rev. Viravagu Vedhanayagam
39 Travancore Sketches,
79 Raghavapuram, April 9th, 1883 : The Procession
107 The Service
107 Zion CẮurch, Madras : Rev. w. T. Satthianadhan, Pastor
122 Mrs. Satthianadhan and her Zenana Pupils......
INDEX OF ARTICLES.
Page John Okenla, the Christian Balogun of Abeokuta
16 The New Bishop of Sierra Leone
43 The late Rev. J. A. Lamb. (With Portrait and Illustration)
131 AFRICA-EAST AND CENTRAL. Progress in East Africa
56 The “ Henry Wright” Steamer. (With Illustration) Uyui, Central Africa. (With three Illustrations)
94 The late Mrs. Cole, of Mpwapwa
123 EGYPT. What Egypt Wants. (With two Illustrations)
6 Pictures from Egypt. (With "Illustration)
22 A House in Cairo. (With Illustration).
31 The New Egypt Mission. (With Illustration)..........
37 The Red Sea a Missionary Highway. (With two Illustrations)
134 PALESTINE. Glimpses of Missionary Work in Palestine. Letters from the Rev. W. Allan. (With Illustration)..
69 Work among the Bedouin. Letter from the Rev. W. Allan
106 PERSIA. The New Mission at Bagdad. (With two Illustrations)
54 The Bishop of Lahore in Persia. (With three Illustrations)
97 INDIA-NORTH AND WEST. Another Letter from Jubbulpore. From the Rev. T. R. Hodgson
20 Death of a Brahmin Christian in a Calcutta Hospital
21 Nine Santâl Christians. By the Rev. F. T. Cole. (With Illustration) 26 The Tale of a Convert. By A. L. O. E. (With Illustration)
26 A Hindu Mother's Influence
64 The Kashmir Medical Mission. By the Rev. J. S. Doxey. (With three Illustrations)
73 A Grateful Fakir. Letter from the Rev. H. Lewis
87 Conversion of a Young Mohammedan.
92 Something about Krishnagar. (With Illustration)
101 On the Afghan Frontier. Preaching under Difficulties. Letter from the Rev. T. J. L. Mayer
105 Lady Preachers at a Hindu Festival
113 Baijnath's Story. The Autobiography of a Young Santâl. Translated from the Original by the Rev. F. Ť. Cole....
117 Oar Indian Fellow.Subjects. By the Rev. W. J. Ball. (With eight Illustrations)
! 26 Sequel to Baijnath's Story. By the Rev. F. T. Cole
129 The Gospel in Calcutta
130 INDIA SOUTH. Story of a Hindu Widow. Translated by the Rev. R. R. Meadows The Rev. Viravagu Vedhanayagam. (With Portrait)
39 The Priest of the Hunting God. By the Rev. W. J. Richards
41 Gospel Trophies–Old Asirvatham. Letter from Rev. S. Swamidasen... 53 Another Letter from Mrs. Cain
57 Letter to the Editor : Gospel Trophies
65 Sketches in Travancore. By the Rev. W.J. Richards. (With page of Illustrations)...
78 An Incident from Tinnevelly. Letter from the Rev. E. G. Puncbard...... 81 A Bright Day at Raghavapuram. Letter from Mrs. Stone. (With two Illustrations)
106 The Native Church in Madras. (With two Illustrations)
121 How to Name Suuday-school Classes. From the Rev. J. Stone, of Raghavapuram
Page The Story of the New Zealand Mission. By the Author of “The Good
News in Africa,” &c. ........, 9, 13, 31, 46, 49, 62, 77, 93, 104, 116, 124, 137 Episcopal Travelling in New Zealand
20 The late Mrs. Clarke, of New Zealand...
81 A Dying Maori Clergyman.........
137 NORTH-WEST AMERICA. A Mission to the Sioux Indians. (With three Ilustrations)
35 Archdeacon Vincent, of Moose. (With Portrait and Illustration)
82 The Diocese of Saskatchewan. (With two Illustrations)
109 Archdeacon J. A. Mackay. (With Portrait)
111 Bishop Horden's Confirmations
....................... 111 The Gospel and the Red Indians. (With Illustrations)
114 MISCELLANEOUS. More Jersey Breezes. By A, M. V. ...1, 13, 25, 37, 49, 73, 85, 97, 109, 121, 133 Archbishop Tait and the Church Missionary Society. (With Illustration) 2 “ The Good News in Africa"
4 A Missionary Keading Union Over the Water. By Evelyn R. GarrattCHAP.
76 II. What can he do ?....... 16 VIII. Holding Back ...........
88 III, Mrs. Lancaster's Day.
IX. The “Shadow of Death" 100 dream
112 IV. Waiting in the Twilight... 40 XI. Called.........
128 V. A Broken Promise 52 XII. Good News
136 Missionary Sermons-Letter from the Rev. E. D. Stead
16 A Valedictory Dismissal in Australia
20 The Norwich Missionary Exhibition. By the Rev. F. S. Swindell
32 A Servant's Offering
39 The Camp at Margate
45 Another Servant's Offering
53 The Society's Anniversary
61 Canon Tristram. (With Portrait).
66 Islam and the Church Missionary Society
66 Six Shillings Turned into Six Pounds
69 How to Use Missionary Boxes....
83 Prize Day at the Children's Home
99 A Subscribing Cripple
113 The Old Green Missionary Box
113 A Child's Contribution Fifty-Six Years Old..
113 A Young Worker
130 Letters to the EditorPlants, &c., for Sale
...4, 83, 101 Men's Working Parties... A Working Man's Effort
41 Devonshire Mosses.... Circulation of the GLEANER.
53 A“ Waste-Not" Society
53 Men's Work..
59 A Missionary Reading Society
89 How I got " Half as much again
89 Thomas Scott's Parish—The Eightieth Anniversary.
89 A Girls' Working Party..
105 How to Increase the Society's Income
105 On the Notice Board.......
105 A Reason for a Larger Subscription
105 The Norfolk Ladies' C.M. Union
125 What can be done with the Blackberries ?....
134 Missionary Sermons in Advent
137 One of our Helpers Gleaner Competitive Examination
...33, 60, 92 Missionary Almanack....... .....1, 13, 25, 37, 49, 61, 73, 85, 97, 109, 121, 133 The Month
...12, 21, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120, 132, 140
1 The Immortals. By Clara Thwaites...............
16 " Half as much again.” By M.
25 A Farewell Word. By the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth
43 " Thy Will be done." By M. A. S.
57 The Missionary's Motto. By Eva Travers Poole
68 Moosonee. By Clara Thwaites
83 From the Ends of the Earth. By M. B.
89 Below and Above. By Q.
105 The Runner. By Mrs. R. Clark...
113 “And thou mayest add thereto." By Clara Thwaites...................
115 In Memor : James Abner Lamb. By M. B. W.
131 Left at Home. By A. G...........
CEYLON. Gospel Trophies : Carolis Almeda, the "Old Stick-mun" of Talangama. By the Rev. R. T. Dowbiggin
45 A Missionary Meeting in Ceylon. Letter from the Rev. A. S. Amarasekara. (With Illustration)
59 Conversions in Ceylon ....
65 Kandy. (With Illustration) .................
92 "I am not a Dog"
111 CHINA. Listen. True Stories from Fuh-Chow. By Mrs. Fagg 21, 44, 58, 68, 81 A Chinese Wedding. (With Illustration)
42 "Mr. Leaf.” Letter from the Rev, A. Elwin
80 Archdeacon A. E. Moule, of Mid China. (With Portrait)
103 JAPAN. The Gospel in Japan. (With Illustration).....
18 The New Bishop for Japan. (With Portrait and Illustration)
INDEX OF THE
The Rev. T. Vincent appointed Archdeacon of
84 Degree of M.A. conferred on Rev. G. Nicol by Annual Meeting of Bengal Church Council
108 Durham University.......
Departure of Rev. J. Tims to Saskatchewan 84 24
Appointment of Rev. A. W. Cotton to Sindh... 120 Consecration of Bishop Ingham
The Rev. J. A. Mackay appointed Archdeacon 36 Pahari Translations by Rev. E. Droese..........
of Saskatchewan..... Death of Rev. C. L. Reichardt
108 36 Departure of Bishop Ingham...
Bishop Horden's, Archdeacon Vincent's, and Mr, 48
PUNJAB AND SINDH.
Sanders' Translations ........
120 Reception of Governor Havelock by C.M.S.
Opening of the Lahore College Chapel
60 Visit of Bishop Ingham to Port Lokkoh......... 120
Confirmation by Bishop Ridley at Kincolith... 84 Rev. E. P. Sparks appointed to Sierra Leone
An Afghan Evangelist in Kafiristan...
Appointment and Departure of Mr. J. B.
108 Ordination by the Bishop of Sierra Leone 140
Annual Meeting of Punjab Church Council 96
12 Ordination by Bishop Crowther at Lagos......... 36 Appointment of Rev. T. Holden to Peshawar,. 120
Circulation of the GLEANER.................. 12, 140 Establishment of the Lagos Church Missions...
The Society's Publications...
12 Arrival of Rev. V, Faulkner from Yoruba....... 96 Rev. T. R. Wade......
12 Death of Rev. J. A. Lamb........
Missionary Exhibition at Norwich....
12 Appointment of Rev. T. Harding to Lagos ..... 120 Amritsar.......
Archbishop Benson Vice-Patron of C.M.S....... 24 The late Rev, J. A. Lamb on Progress at
Deaths of Dean Close, the Earl of Harrowby, Lagos.......
SOUTH INDIA. 132
and the Bishop of Llandaff........ Death of Rev. S. Paramanandam........
Special Prayer for Men.......
The Revs. J. H. Horsburgh and V. Young Memorial to Lord Granville on Slave Trade ...
accepted for Mission Work...... Arrival of Rev. F. A. Klein at Cairo............
Bishop Speechly and Rev. W. T. Satthianad. " Half as much again”
at Christ Church, 60
Special Communion Service at St. Danstan's...
60 Encouraging Accounts from the Niger.......
C.M.S. Lay-Workers' Union for London 24, 96, 132 12 The House of Lords and the Niger Trial...
Appointment of Rev. A. R. Cavalier to Tin60
Bishop Burdon at Westminster Abbey. nevelly.....
2+ Reports of Archdeacons Crowther and Johnson 60
Deaths of A. Lang, Esq., Rev. C. Marshall,
72 and Rev. J. Pratt....
36 Departure of Rev. J. Hamilton and Dr. Percy Reception of Bishop Caldwell by the C.M.S. The late Mrs. Stanton, of Halesworth.
96 Brown...... 96
Earl Cairns at the Bournemouth Anniversary 36 Appointment of the Rev. E. W. Elliott to the Lord Northbrook at the Mitcheldever AnniEAST AFRICA.
Rugby Fox Mastership at Masulipatam.... 108 Launch of the Henry Wright...
36 48 Losses in the Telugu Mission....
Eastbourne Juvenile Association........ Voyage of the Henry Wright
36 ..84, 96, 140
Deaths of Rev. W. Johnson and Mrs. Sargent 108 The Society's Anniversary..
48, 60, 72
Day of Intercession for Foreign Missions ...
Remittance from the Diocese of Toronto
Appeal for Gifts to the Children's Home......, 48 Departure of Rev. J. W. Handford
Acceptance of Reva. C. T. Wilson and G. Arrival of the Henry Wright at Frere Town ...
Travancore Church Council 140
Pargiter, Drs. P. Brown and Horder, Mr.
Deaths of George Loch, Esq., and Rev. F.
New Vice-Presidents and Honorary Life 60, 72 News from Uganda
Governors.... 48, 84, 140
72 Return Home of Rev. J. Hannington...... Appointment of Rev. C. A, Blackburn......... 108 Ordination of Islington Students..
Another Letter by the Rev. E. H. Bickersteth
72 Abandonment of Uganda by Romanist Mis
Deaths of the Rev. G. Lea, Rev. Dr. Harding,
and Mr, J, Stack....... sionaries..
21 Dr. E. J. Baxter in England....
Dr. Westcott on the C.M.S. College.......
Ordination of the Rev. W. G. Oliphant
Destinations of the Islington Men recently
Return of Missionaries to England......
Rev. W. H. Barlow.. Gift of £600 from Mrs. Wright for a Native
84 Medical Missionary at Salt. Appointment of Miss Gough to Fuh-Chow by
Geographical Society's Meeting, June 25
Ladies' Church Missionary Union in Norfolk.
Valedictory Dismissal of Missionaries 108, 120, 132
I.F.N.S and I.S.
Rev. W. Clayton appointed Association SecreConfirmation and Ordination by the Bishop of
Riots at Canton
tary Lahore in Persia............
Deaths of Canon Battersby, Professor Birks,
108 NORTH INDIA.
Dean Boyd, and Dr. Moffat..
108 Ordination by the Bishop Calcutta,
Appointment of the Rev. A. W. Poole to the Decennial Statistics of Missions in India.......
120 Bishopric of Japan.......
Deaths of Colonel Buckle and Rev. Sydney
96 Decennial Missionary Conference.....
Conference of Protestant Missionaries at Osaka 120 86
Gedge...... Death of Jadu Bindu Ghose....
Deaths of the Very Rev. J. Mee and Rev. 48
Consecration of Bishop Poole............120, 132, 140
140 The Census of 1881..
The Frances Ridley Havergal Fund .......... 72
Appointment of Rev, J. B. Brandram to Death of Rev. C. H. Blumhardt...
The Christian Vernacular Education Society.
132 Reception by the C.M.S. Committee of the
NEW ZEALAND. Bishop of Calcutta.......
The Luther Commemoration.............
140 84 Deaths of Mrs. Clarke and Mrs. Spencer.......
48 Appointment of Rev. G. Litchfield to the Bheel
The GLEANER as a Localised Magazine ........
140 Mission........ Establishment of C.M.S. Mission Board......... 84
Acceptance of Revs. A. G. Norman and J. B.