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cussion, 100; movement among Greeks, 99, 1 death of church members, 135, 233, 291; vil.
147, 177, 208, 381; persecution of Protestant lage preaching, 135; report for 1849, different
Greeks, 147, 381 ; death of Carabel, his dying stations, &c., 29; the church, 230, 232, 291,
testimony, 150; state of the church, 209, 253; 297, 364; Oodooville school, 235; schools,
progress, 209, 255; retrospect of the year, 292, 297, 299; heathen festival, 293 ; cases of
209; error to be opposed, 253; seminaries, apostacy, 293 ; interest at Valany, 291; visit
251, 256 ; cases of interest, 254; prospects, of the Governor, his notice of the mission, 298;
381, 385; Armenian pastors, leller to the Tainil Scriptures, new version, 298; report of
Board, 38%; meeting of, 383 ; churches at Oodooville station, schools, religious interest,
Nicomedia and Ada Bazar, 384; progress in 299.
the interior of Turkey, 416; Sivas, 417; need Cherokees, mission to, 13, 320, 420; annual sur.
of inore means and meli, 417; facilities fur rey, 13.
nished by posts and post-offices, 418; new China, new map of, 245–see Canton, Amoy,
place of worship at Nicomedia, 418; encour Fuh-chau.
agement around Nicomedia, Ada Bazar, 419. I Chinese geography, new, account of, 217.

Erzrûm, station at, 6, 126, 203, 218; letier Choclaws, mission to, 13, 168, 279, 281; annual
from - Mr. l'eabody, 126 ; Mr Bliss, 203 ; tour survey, 13; letters from Mr. Copeland, 168,
lo Diarbekir, 126; signs of progress, 203. 281.
Smyrna, station at, 6, 139.

Christianity Revived in the East, by H. G. O.
Tiebizond, station al, 6, 121, 377; letters Dwight, 393.
from--Mr. Powers, 12+; Mr. Bliss, 377; stale Church Missionary Society (English), 283.
of church, 12t; congregation, 125 ; distribution Constantinople-see Armenian inission.
of books, 125; discussion, 125, prospects,
125; evidence of progress, 377; Protestant Dakotas, mission to, 14, 169, 177, 282, 388;

funeral, a contrast, 378.
Armstrong, Hon. s. T., decease of, 177.

church organized at Kaposia, 169; church al

Oak Grove, 177; leller from Mr. Riggs, Da-
Bakali-see Africa, West.

kota lexicon, 282; lelter from Dr. Adams, dis-
Baptist (English) Missionary Society, 283.

couragements, 282; letter from Mr. Hopkins,
Baraka-see Atrica, West.

ingraulude, excitement respecting treaty, 388;
Bartirotta-see Ceylon.

report of the mission, schools, churches, oppo-
Beirut --see Syria,

sition, contributions, 389.
Benevolence, prize essays on, 245.

Diarbekir-see Armenians. Erzrum. and Aintab
Besneh-see Armeniais, Aintab station.

stations, and Syria, Mosul station.
Bhingar-see Ahmednuggur.

Donations, 33, 69, 103, 140, 178, 213, 249, 285,
Bombay mission, 8, 20, 176, 235, 308, 319, 369, 321, 358, 391, 421.

393 ; annual survey, 8; lellers from - Mr. Al
len, 20, 308; Mr. Hume, 285, 319, 369 ; native Ehden-see Syria, Tripoli station.
press in Western India, 21, 351; the Brahmins Embarkation of missionaries, 33, 140, 177, 212,
assailed, 21; a reformed religion called for, 219, 285, 321, 394, 420
22 ; prospecis encouraging, 24 ; discussion Erzrum-see Armenian mission.
with Parsees, 176; encouragement for tract Ewa-see Sandwich Islands.
distribution, 285; a new era of religious liber.
ty, act relating iv caste, 308; call for laborers, French, their proceedings at the Sandwich
missionaries needed for Mohammedans, 319; Islands, 61-67.
Mohammedans accessible, influence of Bom Fuh-chau mission, 12, 136, 188, 217, 315, 358;
bay oui Arabia and Persia, 330; Parsees, annual survey, 12 ; letter from the mission, ap-
Jains, &c. need missionaries, 351; altention to peal for reinforcement. 17; letters from--Mr.
female education, interest of young men in the Baldwin, 136, 315; Mr. Johnson, 188; Mr.
subject, government action, 369-371; scbools Peel, 217; how soon should the missionary
at Saiara, 393.

preach, 136 ; fones ill the language, 137; mis-
Borneo, inission 10, 11; annual survey, 11.

sionary joys, 137; trials, 138; mural blindness
British and Foreign Bible Society, 281.

of Chinese, 189; labors, 189; new Chinese

geography, 217-225 ; appeal for men and
Calls for laborers-see Appeals.

means, difficulties of the field, importance of
Canton mission, 11, 32, 52, 185, 212, 279, 320. the field, 315; arrival of Mr. and Alrs. Doolit.

358, 393; annual survey, ll; revision of ile, 358.
Scriptures, 32, 212, 280; leuters from Mr.
Williams, 52; Mr Bridyman, 279; difficulty Geographical discoveries in South Africa, 170.
in finding houses, 52; polnical events, 52, 279, Greece, mission to, 5, 33, 121, 218. 392; annual
393; opium, 52, 187, 279 ; leller from the mis- survey. 5; letters from Dr. King, 33, 121, 948;
sion, 185; missionaries at Canton, 185; oppo distribution of books 10 ltalians, 33, 121, 248;
sition to foreigners, 185 ; Jabors of the year, assassination of the Minister of Religion and
186 ; need of the gospel, 188; fainine, 279;l Education, 392.
changes in twenty years, 279; call for help,
320.

Hasheiya-see Syria, Aheih station.
Caste in India, movements respecting, 227, 305, Hilo-see Sandwich Islands.
308

Home proceedings, 33, 140, 177, 212, 248, 285,
Ceylon mission, 10, 32, 69, 75, 135, 229, 291, 363, 321, 393,

420; annual survey, 10; death of Mrs. Apthorp, Honolulu-see Sandwich Islands.
32, 76; medical department, 69; letters from
Mr. Smith, 75 ; Mr. Howl. nd, 77, 293; Mr. Mills, Ifafa-see Africa, South.
79; Mr. Noyes, 80; Mr. Fletcher, 81; Mr. Ifunni-see Africa, South.
Meigs, 135, 296; Dr. Scudder, 291; Papdi. Inanda-see Africa, South,
teripo station, report, 75; schools, 76, 78, 79, ladia and the Hindoos; by F. De W. Ward, no-
135, Batticotta station, 77; native helpers, 77, tice of, 419.
293, 295, 365; Batticolta seminary, 79, 232, I Itafamasi-see Africa, South.
363; exient of field, obstacles, 80; annual Italian refugees--see Greece.
meeting of mission, 81; caste violated, 83;!

Jews, mission to, 5, 63, 103, 122, 145, 210, 212,1 of truth, 309; Geog Tara, 309; John, bis study

337, 385; annual survey, 5; letters from Mr. and library, 310; Seir, the ciiy, Degala, Ar-
Dodd, 122, 145, 385; Jewish schools, 122, deshai, 310-312; more laborers needed, 312;
387; Hebrew Spanish, 123; help needed, 145, schools, 313; the patriarch Mar Shimon, 408;

adation, 146; teacher friendly, happy death of a pupil, 410.
146; arts to obtain inoney, 210; profitless dis. New York Indians, mission to, 15; annual sur-
cussion, 211; Armenian helper, 21; arrival of vey, 15.
Mr. Parsons, 357; signs of progress, 385; the Newasse-see Abmednuggur.
present period critical, 386 ; influence of the Nicomedia -see Armenians.
mission, 386; ignorance of the people, 387; the Nineveh, 57.
university, 387.

Nimroud, 58.

North American Indians--see Cherokees, Choc.
Kaisareah-see Armenians, Aintab station. taws, Dakotas, New York lodians, Ojibwas,.
Kau- see Sandwich Islands.

Abenaquis.
Kealakekua-see Sandwich Islands.
Kulis-see Armenians, Ainlab station.

Ojibwas, mission 10, 15, 212; annual survey, 15;
Kissab-see Armenians, Aintab station.

removal authorized, 212.
Kohala-see Sandwich Islands,

Oodooville-see Ceylon.

Oorsa-see Armenians, Aintab station, and Syria,
Lac-qui-parle-see Dakotas.

Mosûl station.
Lahaina -see Sandwich Islands,

Opium trade, essay on, 176—see also Canton
Languages of South Africa, 173.

mission.
Latimer, Capt., 379.

Oregon Indians, 13; annual survey, 13.
London Missionary Society, 284.

Oroomiah-see Nestorians.

Madras mission, 9, 17, 44, 73, 140, 164, 190, 226, Panditeripo-see Ceylon.

248, 305, 420; annual survey, 9; letters from Postage of Missionary Herald, 140.
Mr. Winslow, 17, 75, 164; Dr. Scudder, 73; an Pulney Mountains-see Madura.
nual mission meeting, 17; journal of Dr Scud-
der, 4+, 2-26; great loss of life at a festival, 44 ;| Sandwich Islands, mission 10, 12, 61, 102, 103,
decline of an anti-inissionary college, 4t; al 109, 140, 166, 176, 218, 397; annual survey,
funded Hindoo institution. 45 ; death of Mrs. 12; proceedings of the French, 61-67; letter
Scudder, 73; revising the Scriptures, 140; from Mr. Paris, Kau, liberality, lemperance
examination of schools, 164; letter from the festival, 102; visit of the Ohio al filo, 103 ;
mission, labors of the year, schools, the church, reception of Mr. Pogue at Kealakekua, 103;
appeal for a reinforcement, 190; suppression progress at Kau. 103, 399; Jeller from Mr.
of human sacrifices, 226, 248 ; rescued chil Coan, Hilo, return of health, state of the church.
dren laught, 220; Hindoo movement respect. a suggestion, biographical sketch, improved
ing caste, 227; mission press, 228; Madras roads, 109-111, 400, census, 140, 397; letter
missionary conference on (aste, 305.

from Mr. Bishop, Ewa, religious declension at
Madura mission, 9 18, 46, 192, 285, 301 ; annua E., diminished population, partial improve-

survey, 9; annual report, stations, churches, ment, the Hawaiian Christian ground of hope,
schools, statistics, 192–196 ; letters from-Mr. 166, 167; letter from Mr. Hitchcock, Molokai,
Muzzy, 18, 302; Mr. Tracy, 46, 301; Dr. state of religion, liberality, 167, 168; additions
Shelton, 47; Mr. Herrick, 198; Mr. McMillan, to 1st church. Honolulu, gale at Kohala, 176;
199; nalive Christians, 18, 47, 301 ; Maloor, influence of California, 248; statistics, popula-
18; religious interest, 46; seminary, 46, 301; tion, schools, 397; churches, contributions, 398;
labors for the sck, 47; the Pulneys, 48 ; jour. report of Kau station, progress, contributions,
nal of Mr. Chandler, places visited, 196 ; vil schools, Papists, 399; report of lilo station,
lage congregations, 195, 198, 302; schools, roads, destructive storm, building, schools, l'a-
198, 303 ; death of a native, 198 ; opposition pists, the church, 400; report of Kealakekua
from Jesuits, 199; appeals for helpers, 285, station, religion, temperance, Sabbath schools,

304; a Christian wife, 302; seed noi lost, 303. benevolence, 401; report of Kobala station,
Malcom Peih-see Bombay.

sickness and death, Christianity and civiliza-
Maloor-see Madura.

tion, work and hopes for the surure, severe
Manepy-see Ceylon.

gale, 402-405; letter from Dr. Welmore, Hilo,
Molokai -see Sandwich Islands.

sickuess, Mrs. Weimore's school, 405; letter
Mapuinulo-see Africa, South.

from Mr. Emerson, Waialua, ordination of first
Marash -see Armenians, Aintab station,

nalive pastor, sickness, state of the people, se-
Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, 218. curing lands to natives, 406-108.
Morgan, Coininodore, letter to missionaries, 379 | Salara-see Bombay.

Scriptures, translation and revision of, 32, 140,
Nestorians, mission to, 7, 25, 53, 69, 83, 97, 129, 212. 280.

159, 201, 237, 309, 358, 408 ; annual survey, Seroor-see Ahmednuggur.
7; letters from Mr. Perkins, 25, 97, 237; Mr. Shanghai -see Canton.
Stocking, 98, 309; Dr. Wright, 129; Mr. Siam, mission to, 10, 67; annual survey, 10;
Breath, 159 ; Mr. Cochran, 159, 408; Mr. journal of Mr. Hemmenway, journey to Phra-
Coan, 201; annual meeting, 25; aspect of the bal, 67.
field, 23; contemplaled labors in the moun. Sioux-see Dakotas.
tains, 20 ; journal of tour to Mosul, 53-61, Sivas-see Armenians, Constantinople station.
83-97; arrival of Messrs. Breath and Coan, Smyrna-see Armenians.
69; plan for prosecuting labor in Koordistan. | Sleveus, Mr., English consul at Tabreez. 159,
97; native preachers, 98 ; seminaries, 129, 159, 358, 408.
160, 211; lekboina, 129; preaching tour, 130; Survey, annual, of the missions, 1-16.
the new governor, the king, 130; Mr. Stevens, Syria. mission 10, 6,379-see the stations below;
the English consul, his kindness to the mission, annual survey, 6; correspondence of Commo-
159, 353, 408; the revival, 160, 161, 201, 237– dore Morgan and Capt. Latimer with the mis-
245; labors of native helpers and pupils, 25, sionaries, 379.
202, 237–241, 244, 312, 409; general influence Abeih, station at, 6, 259, 985; report of the

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station, 259; Arabic preaching, 259; English influence, 371 ; journey to Oroomiah, mountain
services, 260; schools, 260; Hasbeiya, 200; scenery, ancieui monuinent, Plain of Oroomiah,
the seminary, 261, 285.

410-112
Aieppo, station at, 7, 69, 204, 376; letter from Tripoli, station at, 7, 101, 363 ; letter from
Ms. Benton, 204 ; tidings froin Mosul, 201; Mr. Fooi. 101; Maronite opposition, obstacles,
opposition, -05; report of the station, 376; in schools, 101; report of the station, 263; diffi-.
creased interesi, auditions to the church, 376; culties at Ehden settled, 263.
annoyance, progress, 377.

Beiru, stalion at, 6, 256, 393; report of na Table Mountain-see Africa, South.
tive church, 256 ; of schools, 258; letter from Tillipally- see Ceylon
Mr Whiting, cominunion season, Hasheiya, | Trebizoud-see Armenians.
Jaffa, interesting case, 257; arrival of Mr. Tripoli-see Syria.
Thomson, 393,

Two years in Upper India; by John C. Lowrie,
Mosul, station at, 33, 131,212, 248, 269, 314, notice of, 419.

357, 371, 393; sailing of Mr. Marsh, 33; lelter
froin Mr Ford, Oorsa, Diarbekir, Jezira, re- Umlazi-sec Africa, South.
ception at Mosul, the Syrian bishop, reasons Umsunduzi - see Africa, South.
for occupving Mosul, 131-131; letters from Mr. Umvoli-see Africa, South.
Marsb, 269, 318, 410; journey from Aleppo,

269; prospects ar Diarhekir, 269; prospects ai | Valany-see Ceylon.
Mosul, 270; journal of Mr. Ford, 314; the
bishop, 315, 371, 372; opposition, 316; ex- | Waialua-see Sandwich Islands.
communication, 316; important movements, Wesleyan (English) Missionary Society, 284.
317; Jeremiah, his return from Oroomiah, bis | Wudaley-see Ahmednuggur.

INDEX TO NAMES OF PERSONS.

320.

The following Index contains the Names of the Missionaries and Assistant Missionaries whose com-

munications are inserted in this volume, and those about wbom information is given.
Abraham, Andrew, 4, 38, 139, Bond, Mrs., 12.

Coan, Mrs., 7, 69.
361, 362.

Bonney, Samuel W., 11, 187, Coan, Titus, 12, 103, 109, 400.
Abraham, Mrs., 4, 38.

Coan. Mrs., 12.
Adams, Moses N., 14, 282. Bowen, George, 8, 176. Cochran, Joseph G., 7, 159, 408.
Adams, Mirs., 14.

Breath, Edward, 7, 69, 130, 159, Cochran, Mrs., 7.
Adains, Newton, 4, 117, 361. 358.

Colton, Miss Marcia, 13.
Adams, Mrs., 4.
Breath, Mrs., 7, 69.

Conde, Daniel T., 12.
Aiton, John F., 15.
Breed, David, 14.

Conde, Mrs , 12.
Aiton, Mrs , 15.
Breed, Mrs., 14.

Couk, Sylvesler M., 15.
Agnew, Miss Eliza, 10. Bridginan, Elijah C., 11, 32, 212, Cooke, Amos s., 12.
Alexander, W. P., 12.

279.

Cooke, Mrs., 12.
Alexander, Mrs , 12.
Bridginan, Mrs., 11.

Cope, Edward, 10.
Allen, D. O., 8, 20, 308. Bridgman. James G., U. Cope, Mrs., 10.
Andrews, C. B, 12.

Brown, Miss Lydia, 12. Copeland, C. C., 13, 168, 281.
Andrews, Sein L., 12.

Bryanı, James C , 4, 119, 120, Copeland, Mrs, 13.'
Apiborp, Mrs., 32, 76.

139, 183, 320.

Copeland, H. K, 13.
Armstrong, Richard, 13. Bryant, Mrs., 4, 119.

Copeland, Mrs., 13.
Ayer, Frederick, 15.

Burgess, Ebenezer, 8, 273. Crane, Oliver, 6, 158, 320,
Bailey, Edward, 12.
Burgess, Mrs., 8.

Crane, Mrs , 6. '
Bailey, Mrs., 12.

Burnell, Thomas S., 10. Cummings, Seneca, 12.
Baldwin, Caleb C., 12, 136, 345. Burvell. Mrs., 10.

Cummings, Mrs., 12.
Baldwin, Mrs., 12.

Bushnell, Albert, 4, 38, 212, 230, Cummingwam, Martha A., 14.
Baldwin, Dwighi, 12, 218. Busbuell, Mrs., 4, 38, 212, 225, Dana, Mrs. Ann B., 13.
Baldwin, Mrs., 12.

280.

Day, Kellogg, 14.'
Ball, Dyer, 11, 186, 358. Butler, Elizur, 14.

Day, Mrs., 14.
Ball, Mrs., 11.
Butler, Mrs., 14.

De Forest, H. A., 6, 258, 380.
Ballantine, H , 8.

Butler, John Adams, 140. De Forest, Mrs , 6, 258.
Ballaviine, Alrs , 8.
Butler, Mrs., 140.

Dickinson, Miss Caroline, 13.
Benjamin, Nathan, 6.

Buttrick, Daniel S., 14. Dimond, Henry, 12.
Benjamin, Mrs., 6.
Byington, Cyrus, 13.

Dimond, Mrs , 12.
Bennet, Miss Hannah, 13. Byington, Mrs , 13.

Dodd, E. M., 5. 68, 103, 122,
Benton, William A., 7, 201. Calhoun, Simeon H., 6, 259, 380. 145, 210, 212, 385.
Benton, Mrs., 7.
Calhoun, Mrs , 6.

Dodd, Mrs., 5.
Best, Jacoh, 4, 212, 281. Capell, Miss Mary Ann. Dolbear, Miss C. F. C., 14.
Bishop, Artemas, 12, 166. Castle, Samuel N., 12.

Dole, Daniel, 12.
Bishop, Mrs , 12.
Castle, Mrs , 12.

Dole, Mrs., 12
Bissell, Lewis, 13.

Chamberlain, Levi, 12. Doolittle, Justus, 12, 33, 358.
Bissell, Mrs., 13.
Chamberlain, Mrs., 12.

Doolittle, Mrs., 12, 33, 358.
Bliss, Asher, 15.

Chandler, John E., 9, 196. Doty, Elihu, 11, 48, 177, 289,
Bliss, Mrs , 15.
Chandler, Mrs., 9.

320, 346.
Bliss, Edwin E. 6, 213,320, 377. Cherry, Henry, 9.

Doty, Mrs., 11.
Bliss, Mrs., 6,213.
Cherry, Mrs., 9

Dulles, John W., 9, 18.
Bliss, Isaac G., 6, 203. Clark, E. W, 12, 176, 248, 397. Dulles, Mrs., 9.
Bliss, Mrs., 6.
Clark, Mrs., 12.

Dwighi, H. G. 0., 6, 321, 393,
Boud, Elias, 12, 402.

Coan, G. W., 7, 69, 201. | 420.

Dwight, Mrs., 6, 321, 420. Huggins, Alexander, 15. Perkins. Justin, 7, 25, 53, 83, 97,
Dwighi, Samuel G., 12. Huggins, Mrs., 15

161, 237, 358, 408.'
Edwards, Miss Jerusha, 15. Hume, R. W. 8, 285, 349, 369. Perkins. Mrs.. 7.
Eells, ('ushing, 13.
Hume, Mrs., 8.

Petijohn, Jonas, 14.
Eells, Mrs , 13.
Hunt, P. R., 9, 228.

Petijohn, Mrs., 14.
Ely, Edmund F., 15.
Hunt, Mrs., 9, 18.

Pitkin, Horace, 13
Ely, Mrs., 15.
Hunt, T. Dwight, 13.

Pogue, John F., 12, 103, 401.
Einerson, John S, 12, 406. Hurler, G C., 6.

Pogue, Mrs , 12.
Emerson, Mrs., 12.
Hurter, Mrs , 6.

Pohlman, W.J, 11.
Everell, Joel S., 6, 253. Ireland, William, 4, 119, 361. Pond, Gideon II., 15, 177.
Everelt. Mrs., 6, 177.
Ireland, Mrs., 4, 119.

Pond, Mrs., 15.
Fairbank, Samuel B., 8. Ives, Mark, 12.

Pond, Samuel W., 15.
Fairbank Mrs. 8.
Ives, Mrs., 12.

Pond, Mrs., 15.
Farrar. Miss Cynthia, 8. Johnson, Edward, 12.

Poor, Daniel, 10, 420.
Fy, Miss ('atharine A., 13. Johnson, Mrs., 12

Poor, Mrs., 10, 420.
Fisk, Miss Fidelia, 7.

Johnson, Stephen, 12. 188. Potler, Joshua, 15.
Fletcher, Adin H.,

Johnston, T. P., 6, 157. Poller, Mrs., 15.
Fletcher, Mrs., 1
Johnston, Mrs., 6.

Powers, P 0., 6, 125.
Foot, Horace, 7, 101, 263. Ker, Miss Sarah, 13.

Powers, Mrs., 6.
Foot, Mrs., 7.

Keyes, Miss Harriet N, 14. Preston, Ira M., 4, 37, 38, 225.
Ford, J. Edwards, 7, 69, 131, King. Jonas, 5, 33, 121, 248, 392. Preston, Mrs., 4, 37, 38, 225.
314.
King, Mrs., 5.

Pulsifer, Charles, 15.
Ford, Mrs., 7.
Kingsbury, Cyrus, 13.

Pulsifer, Mrs., 15.
Ford, George, 9.
Kingsbury, Mrs., 13.

Ranney, T. E., 14.
Ford, Mrs., 9.

Kinney, Henry, 12, 103, 399. Rauney, Mrs., 14.
Ford, Henry A., 285.
Kinney. Mrs , 12.

Rendall, John, 9.
Fox, Miss Caroline A., 13. Ladd, Daniel, 6, 139.

Rendall, Mrs., 9.
French. Ozro, 8.
Ladd, Mrs., 6.

Rice, William H., 12.
French, Mrs , 8.
Lathrop, Edwin, 13.

Rice, Mrs., 12.
Giddings, Miss Eliza, 14. Lathrop, Mrs., 13.

Rice, Miss Mary S., 7.
Goodell, William, 6. 177, 357. Lathrop, Mrs. L E., 13. Richards, William L., 12.
Goodell. Mrs , 6.
Lawrence, Mrs., 9.

Riggs, Elias, 6, 139, 177.
Gouldmg, Miss Harriet, 13. Lindley, Daniel, 4, 361. Riggs, Mrs., 6.
Graves, Mrs. M. L. 8.'
Lindley, Mrs., 4.

Riggs, Stephen R., 14, 282.
Green, Samuel F., 10, 69. Little, Charles, 9.

Riggs, Mrs , 14
Griswold, Mrs., 4.
Lovell, Miss H. M., 6.

Rockwood, Gilbert, 15.
Grout, Aldin, 4, 114, 183, 319, Lyman, D. B., 12.

Rockwood, Mrs., 15.
361.
Lyman, Mrs., 12.

Rogers, E. H., 12.
Grout, Mrs., 4, 115.
Lyons, 1.orenzo, 12.

Rogers, Mrs., 12.
Grout, Lewis, 4, 39, 116, 184, Lyons, Mrs., 12.

Rood, David, 4, 120, 361.
361.
Macy, William A., 11.

Rood, Mrs., 4.
Grout, Mrs., 4.

Marsh, Samuel D., 4, 41. Root, Miss Mary Ann, 14.
Gulick, Peter, 12.
Marsh, Mrs., 4.

Rowell, G. B., 12.
Gulick. Mrs. 12.

Marsh, Dwight W., 33, 140, 212. Rowell, Mrs., 12.
Hall, Miss Lydia S., 14. | 248, 269, 317, 318, 357, 371, Schauffler, W. G., 5.
Hall, Sherman, 15.

393, 410

Schauffler, Mrs., 5.
Hall, Mrs., 15.
Maynard. Eliphal. 5.

Schneider, Benjamin, 6, 26, 139,
Hall, William, 15.
Maynard, Mrs , 5, 212.

151, 261, 351, 374, 412.
Hall, Mrs., 15.

McKinney, Silas, 4, 181, 319, Schneider, Mrs., 6, 28.
Hall, Miss Margaret, 15.

361.

Scudder, H. M., 9, 18.
Hamlin, Cyrus, 6, 256, 420. McKinney, Mrs., 4, 181. Scudder, Mrs , 9.
Hamlin. Mrs., 6. 420.

McMillan, George W., 9, 199. Scudder, John, 9, 44, 73, 226,
Hancock, Joseph W., 15, McMillan, Mrs , 9.

291.
Hancock, Mrs., 15.

Meigs, Benjamin C., 10, 135, 297. Scudder, Mrs., 9, 18, 73.
Hastings, Eurolas P, 10, 232. Meigs, Mrs., 10.

Scudder, William W., 10.
Hazen, Allen, 8, 200.

Mills. ' Cyrus T., 10, 79, 232, Scudder, Mrs., 10.
Hazen, Mrs., 8.

363.

Shellon, Charles S., 9, 47.
Hemenway, Asa, 10, 67. Mills, Mrs., 10.

Shelton, Mrs., 9.
Hemenway, Mrs., 10.
Minor, E. S., 10, 420.

Slate, Miss Juliet, 13.
Herrick, James, 9, 198
Minor, Mrs., 10.

Smith, Azariah, 6, 205, 373, 415.
Herrick, Mrs., 9.

Mudgett, Miss Sophia, 15. Smith, Mrs., 6, 28.
Hinsdale. Mrs. S C.,6
Munger, S. B , 8, 367.

Smith, Eli, 6.
Hitchcock, H. R., 12, 167. Muzzy, C. F., 9, 18, 302. Smith, Mrs., 6.
Hitchcock, Mrs., 12.
Muzzy, Mrs , 9.

Smith, Miss Esther, 14.
Hitchcock, Jacob, 14.

Noyes, Joseph T., 10, 80. Smith, James W., 12.
Hinchcock, Mrs., 14.
Noyes, Mrs., 10.

Smith, Mrs., 12.
Hitchcock, Miss Julia S, 14. Ogden, Miss Maria C., 12. Smith, John C., 10, 75.
Hoisington, B R., 10, 69. Orr, James, 14.

Smith, Mrs., 10.
Hoisington, Mrs., 10, 69. Orr, Mrs., 14

Smith, Lowell, 12.
Homes, H. A., 6, 146, 150, 416. Osunkerhine, P. P, 16. Smith, Mrs., 12.
Homes, Mrs , 6.

Paris, John D., 12, 102, 399. Smith, Miss Maria M., 12.
Hopkins, Robert, 15, 388. Parker, Benjamin W., 12. Smith, Horace D., 13
Hopkins, Mrs., 15.
Parker, Mrs , 12.

Spalding, Henry H., 13.
Hosmer, Miss Angelina, 13. Parsons, Justin W., 213, 357. Spalding, Mrs., 13.
Hotchkin, Ebenezer, 13. Parsons, Mrs., 213, 357. Spaulding, Levi, 10, 140, 299,
Hotchkin, Mrs., 13.

Peabody, Josiah, 6, 126, 248. 140.
Hough, Miss Elizabeth J., 13. Peabody, Mrs , 6.

Spaulding, Mrs., 10.
Howland, William, 10, 77, 293. Peet. Lyman, 12, 217.

Siarr, Miss Eunice, 13.
Howland, Mrs., 10.
Peet, Mrs., 12.

sieele, William H., 11.

Stetson, Miss Eliza, 14. Walker, Elkanah, 13.

Williamson, T. S., 15, 169.
Stocking. W R., 7, 53, 83, 98, Walker, Mrs., 13.

Williamson, Mrs , 15.
241, 309, 358, 408.

Walker, William, 4, 37, 225. Williamson, Miss Jane S, 15.
Stocking, Mrs., 7.
Webb, Edward, 9.'

Wilson, David M.,7, 263.
Stoddard, David T., 7. Webb, Mrs , 9.

Wilson, Mrs., 7.
Stone, Seth B.. 394.

Wermore, Charles H1 , 12, 405. Wilson, J L', 4, 37, 225.
Stone, Mrs., 394.

Weimore, Mrs., 12, 405. Wilson, Mrs , 4.
Strong, John C., 14.

Wheeler, Leonard H., 15. Winship, D H., 13.
Strong, Mrs., 14.
Wheeler, Mrs., 15.

Winship, Mrs , 13.
Talmage, John V. N., 11, 51, Whiting, G. B., 6, 257, 258, 261. Winslow, Miron. 9, 17, 75, 140,
177, 393.
Whiling, Mrs., 6.

164, 248, 305, 420.
Talmage, Mrs , 177, 393. Whitney, Mrs. M. P., 12. Winslow, Mrs., 9.
Taylor, Horace S.,9.

Whillelsey, Mrs. A. C., 10. Wood, G, W., 6, 99, 208, 255,
Taylor, Mrs., 9.

Whildlesey, Eliphalet, 12. | 383.
Thayer, Miss Mary Jane, 15. Whittlesey, Mrs., 12.

Wood, Mrs., 6.
Thomson, W. M., 7, 49, 393. Wilcox, Abner, 12.

Wood, William, 8, 393.
Thomson, Mrs., 6.
Wilcox, Mrs., 12.

Wood, Mrs , 3.
Thurston, Asa, 12.

Wilder, H. A., 4, 38, 139,361. Worcester, S. A., 14.
Thurston, Mrs., 12.
Wilder, Mrs., 4, 38.

Worcester, Mrs , 14.
Tracy, William, 9, 46, 301. Wilder, Royal G., 8, 43, 134, Worcester, Miss Ann Eliza, 14.
Tracy, Mrs., 9.

162, 273, 275.

Wright, Alfred. 13, 248.
Tyler, Josiah, 4, 38, 139. Wilder, Mrs , 8.

Wright, Mrs , 13.
Tyler, Mrs., 4, 38.

Willey, Worcester, 14, 320, 420 Wright, Asher, 15.
Van Dyck, C. V. A., 6, 259, 261. Willey, Mrs., 14, 420.'

Wright, Mrs., 15.
Van Dyck, Mrs., 6, 259, 261, Williams, S. W., 11, 52, 69, 320, Wright, Austin H., 7, 129, 358,
285.
393.

408.
Van Lennep, Henry J., 6, 213, Williams, Mrs., 11.

Wright, Mrs., 7.
357, 380, 420.

Williams, W. F., 6, 357. Youngblood, William, 11.
Van Lennep, Mrs., 213. Williams, Mrs., 6, 357. Youngblood, Mrs., 11.

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