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Nere-York, Nov, 1800.
197 A Address of Northern Essays on the Sabbath, 241, 321
Missionary Society, 104 Flight of the Missionaries, 155 Associate Synod's Mission to Faith, Importance of a lively 329 Kentucky,
Finlay, Rev. Dr. his last words, 342 Address of Connecticut Mis France, State of Religion in 441 sionary Society,
General Assembly, Pastoral Aspect of the Times, 200 Letter of the
31 Address of the Muhhecon Gift, a New-year's" 275 puk Nation,
387 General Assembly, Proceed African Children,
398 ings of the in Africă, Intelligence from 399 Germany, State of Religion in 318 Address of the Massachusetts Gospel its own Witness, '
Missionary Society, 534' Harwinton, Religious Intel America, State of Religion in 440 ligence from
44 Africa, State of Religion in 448 Haweis, Rev. Dr. his AdBlack Prince,
. . 139 dress to Captain Wilson, Bullen's Journal, 262, 365 Haweis's Thanksgiving SerBern, Revival of Religion at 286 mon, Baptist Committee's Address 292 · Hendricks, an Indian Chief, Bridgehampton, Revival at 375 his Address, British Isles, State of Relic Holmes, Rev. Mr. his Letter, 382 gion in the
444 Intercourse between PresCharge to first Missionary, 25 byterian Churches, Plan of 187 Constitution of the Northern Indian Papers,
294 Missionary Society,
Importance of a lively Faith, 329 Character of the Rev. Dr. Infidelity, Letters on, 247, 324,
John B. Smith,."
ciety, Constitution of the 166 Ocean, State of Religion in 447 Circular Letter of the London Introdu&ion,
Missionary Society, 231 Instructions to Missionaries, 15 Christians, a Reproof for 246 Intelligence, . 38, 44 Conversion, a remarkable 259 Intelligence from Maine, 192 Canada Mission,
320 Intelligence from HackinDuff, Captain Wilson's Let sack and Schraalengburgh, 195
ter of the Voyage of the Intelligence from Boston, 196 Duff, her Arrival at Cork, 64 Intelligence from the South Duff, Capture of the 150 Seas,
237 Duff, Particulars of the 21 Intelligence from Sandwich Deities of the South Seas,
240 Denmark and Norway, State Intelligence from Qtaheite, 315,
of Religion in
400 Missionaries arrive in Eng
London Missionary Society's Moravian Missions,
circular Letters, 231, 389, 471 Missionaries at New South
Letter from Whitestown, ' Massachusetts Missionary So. .
New-York Missionary Society, 5
of the ship Duff, * • 54 Naimbanna, the black prince, 139
113 New-year's Gift,
Letter from Mr. Howell, at Missionaries to
223 Otaheite, Flight of Mission-
Letier" from Rev. Mr. Stein Poland, State of Religion in 319
473 Report of the Directors of
Mission, to the South Seas, 87 Re:markable Texts,
Page: Religion, State of, in Upper Society, New-York MissionCanada,
304 ary Religion, State of, through Society, Northern Missionary 97
out the World, 316, 441 Society, Massachusetts Misc Religion of the South Seas, 347 sionary
43+ Revival of Religion at Bridge.** South Seas, Intelligence from 237 hampton,
Sandwich Islands, IntelliReligion, State of, in Swit gence from
- 249 zerland,
I Sabbath, the Remembrance : Religion, State of, in France, ibid of the
241 Religion, State of, in the Bri Sabbath, San&tification of the 321 tish Isles,
44 Sherriff, Francis, Memoirs of 333, Religion, State of, in America,
446 South Seas, Deities of the 347 Religion, State of, in the Isles Society for propagating the of the great Southern
447 Switzerland, State of Reli: Religion, State of, in Russia, 316. gion in
... 440 Religion, State of, in Sweden, 317 Sweden, State of Religion in 31; Religion, State, of, in Den Thanksgiving for the arrival
mark and Norway, 318 of the Duff, Religion, State of, in Germany,ibid Texts, remarkable
199 Religion, State of, in Poland, 3.19 Times, Aspect of the 200 Religion, State of, in the Tongataboo, Missionaries at 203
United Provinces, 320 Visiting, Essay on
128 Williston, Letter from Rev.
66. figence from
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