Page images
PDF
EPUB

THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY

20834 Astor, Lenox and Tildon

Foundations.

INDEX TO THE HOME MISSIONARY.

.

Page.

Page.
Ability of the West,
81 Catholic colonies, scheme of

145
Accepted time,

81 Catholic converts, 223; efforts, 59; do. in
Adversity, saved the West,

13

Iowa, 245; immigration, 33, 145;
Affecting acknowledgment,

75 missions in America, 218; probabili-
Afflicted family,

173
ties of success,

152
Afflicted missionary,
243 Cause and effect,

46
Affliction, a form of
176 Cause, H. M. presented

126
Afflictions and mercies,
163 Central Agency, N. Y.,

32
Agencies of the A. H. M. S.,
243 Central Committee for the West,

34
Agents of the A. H. M. S., 242; duties of, 242 “ C. F.” on ministers for the West,

214
Aid acknowledged,
75 Change, 184; a great,

79
Aid indispensable,
182, 232 Changed neighborhood,

108
Alison, views of the U. S., -

194 | Changes in 5 years, 177; in 12 years, 251
A. H. M. S., 16th Report, 25; anniver- Cheerful endurance,

87
sary, 40; officers, 40; must enlarge Children's own meeting,

200
its operations,
49 || Christian, female death of a

180
American S. S. Union,
133 Church formed,

181
Anniversary, 16th
40 Church and its minister,

260
Anxiety for the youth,
259 | Church, dedication of

261
Anxieties relieved,
10 || Church in the wilderness,

222
Appeal, 49; for funds, 169; for Home

Church organized,

177, 198
Missions, 2,7; for lowa, 173; for Illi- Cincinnati Agency,

34
nois,
202 Cloud of mercy,

106
Appeal for ministers, 101, 104, 112, 180, "Come over and help us,"

180
249, 250 Commencement of a mission,

74
Appointments, missionary, 19, 47, 66, 91, Committees of missions,

243
115, 139, 163, 186, 215, 234, 263, 280 Communion,

256
Apprehensions in regard to Romanism, .227 Comparative claims of Home Missions,
Arnd, Hon. C.C. P. death of,
43 Condemned prisoner,

102
Ausiliaries and Agencies, relations of, to Confessions of a missionary,

97
the A. H. M. S.,
241 Conference of churches,

12
Awsul occurrence,

57 || Congregationalists and Presbyterians in
the West,

14
Backslider, end of
227 Congregations, how weakened,

76
Badger, Rev. M., letter from
90 Connecticut Miss. Soc.,

31
Beautiful sight,
131 Consistent prayer,

17

219
Becoming all things to all men,

84, 135 Constitution of Leopold Foundation,
224

Converts, rejoicing over
Beginning of a mission,

87
Bible, distribution of, 75; by Indians, 108

Co-operation of Congregationalists and
Bishop of Dubuque,

245
Presbyterians in the West,

14
248

Crisis of Mormonism approaching,
Bishop of St. Louis,

78
Blackwood's Magazine, extracts from 194

16
Blake, Rev. Robert, death of

129 Day of salvation,
Blessedness of giving,

178
196

Death of a companion,
Death of an elder,

65
Boxes, relief from

10
Death of a youthful convert,

257
Death of H. G.,

223
Calhoun, Hon. J. C., views of,
265 Dedication of a church,

261
Campbellism,
171 Description of Racine,

74
Camp meetings,
162, 201 Desire for the Gospel,

61, 161, 254
Canada H. M. 8.,
37 Destitutions,

208
Cassville, Wisconsin,
162 Deterioration of morals,

14
Catholics,
64 | Devices of the adversary,

65.

Difficulties,
Dilapidations rebuilt,
Disadvantages,
Distress,
Diversity of sects,
Dubuque, 59; Lord Bishop of,
Duties, modified by our relations,

East, efforts needed in
East, interested in the West
East responsible,
Economy of Home Missions,
Education,
Elder, death of an
Embarrassments,
Embarrassments in the West,
Emergencies of Home Missions,
Emigrant, an infidel
Emigration,
Encouraging,
Encouraging progress,
Encouragement,
End of a backslider,
End of a year,
Endurance, cheerful
Enlarged operations,
Errorists, zeal of
Estimate of the country,
Expostulation reiterated,
Extension of usefulness,

Page.

Page. 137 Gratitude to Eastern churches,

198 126 Great change,

79, 184 86 "Great joy in that city,"

204 250 Greenfield, I.,

196 127 245 2 Happy departure,

180 Happy results,

42, 80 Hard field,

254 114' Hard times,

226 130 Hearing ear,

232 101 Helpers, want of

133 217 History of a church, 222 ; of a settle61 ment,

111 65 Holbrook, Mrs., death of

56 182 Home and Foreign Missions, Christian 37 Mirror on

213 3 Home Missionary motto,

60 100 Home Missions, comparative claims of, 2; 55 connection with Foreign Missions, 5;

economical, 217; efforts in the East, 202 114; emergencies of, 3; increased

62 resources needful, 7; plea for, 221; 227 progression, 49; public sentiment in 11 favor of, reviving, 211; action of Pas87

toral Union of Connecticut on, 211; 49 what they accomplish,

193 174 How congregations are weakened, 76 80 How it strikes an eastern man,

174 200 How to make a prayer meeting interest137 ing,

203

38, 145

sions to

35 Facilities for home efforts, .

4 Illinois, Agency in “Faetorized preachers,"

85 Mlinois, appeal for, 50, 180, 202, 250 Facts for contributors, 233 Immigration, Catholic,

175 False views of missionary life, 97 Importance of being well grounded,

82 Family afflicted, 173 | Importance of settled ministry,

136 Few words in time of need, 121 Important just now,

86 Field, hard

Improvement, visible

251 Field, a ready

101
Incidents, missionary

180, 259

108

Indians spreading the Bible, Fields, missionary

Indications of progress,

136 259 Field, a missionary

182 Field, missionary, in Missouri,

Indispensableness of H. M. aid, 104

100 Fields, destitute

Infidel emigrant, 50

113 First converts, rejoicing over

Infidelity shamed, 87

110 First fruits,

Influence of laymen, 86

207 First experience,

In labors abundant,

230 First impression, importance of,

66
Installation,

106, 127 Foreign Missions, relation of Home Mis

Interesting case, 161; church, 77; facts, 130

36 5

Iowa, Agency in Frary, death of Mrs. J. L.

178

lowa, appeal for, 57, 173; new purchase, Freeport, III.,

252

174; religious statistics of, 82; RoFruits of a year of revival,

manism in, 59; the river towns in, 197

204 Fruits of neglect,

110 Funds, appeal for

169

James, Rev. J. A., views of America,
Joe Smith at home,

90

254 German neighborhood, 255.; mother,

Joy at the prospect of having a church,

16

Judgments, sudden Germans, in Illinois, 11; interesting movement among,

16 Godliness is profilable,

203
Kirk, Rev. Mr., remarks of

55 Good devised,

110 Good results,

133 Gospel, desire for, 61, 254; indispensable, Lamb brought in from the wilderness, 132 1l; trophies of, 80 Lapsed prosessors,

86 Grace, trophies of 109, 197 Laymen, influence of

110 Grand scheme for planting Irish Catholic Leopold Foundation at Vienna,

218 colonies,

145 Letiers from, M. Badger, 90; John BalGrateful recognition of aid,

251

lard, 16, 63, 183; P. Barbour, 137; Grateful retrospect,

¥49 C. B. Baston, 251; H. Bergen, 127

121,

56

256

123

158

Page.

Page. T. Bird, 44; W E. Boardman, 159, Metternich, Prince, letter of

220 221; A. Boutelle, 86; E. Bucking- Michigan, appeal for

66, 112 ham, 45, 209; J. H. Buffington, 125; Mineral Point Convention,

174 Asa Bullard, 234; C. Burnham, 74; Miners, missions among,

158, 272 C. Butler, 203; C. Cadwell, 11, 130; Ministers, appeal for

66 J. A. Carnahan, 204; E. A. Carson, Ministers, appeals for, 77, 101, 135, 173, 105; S. Cary, 208, 232; S. Chaffee,

180, 202, 246, 249, 250 ; from Ohio, 209 275; W. Chamberlin, 129, 181; C. G. Ministers for the West, 214, 267; what Clarke, 112; J. A. Clark, 60; J. M.

kind needed in the West, Clark, 131, 175; N. C. Clarke, 83, Ministers wishing to be sent to the West, 267 197; P. S. Cleland, 45, 229; J. Coch Missionaries can be found,

52 ran, 257, T. Cole, 200; C. Dickinson, Missionaries, notice to, 262; testimony

84 79; W. T. Dickson, 15, 246; A. M.

in favor of, Dixon, 107, 159, 274; D. Dobie, 210; Missionary afflicted,

248 A. Donaldson, 12; J. Dyke, 205; 0. Missionary aid indispensable, 182; reEmerson, 61,103, 172, 270; W. Fithian,

cognized,

251 83, 201; C. R. Fisk, 197; H. Foote, Missionary at home,

90 74,225; J. L. Frary, 178; A. Gaston, Missionary experience, 179; field, 64, 18, 109, 176, 249; F. Gaylord, 125

104, 105, 179,

258 G. Gemmel, 80; W. Graves, 205; F. Missionary incidents,

259

257 R. Gray, 177, 249; J. Gray, 210: H. Missionary introduced to his field, Gregg, 46; L. Hall, 63; S. Hardy, Missionary life, account of, 90, 98; false 207; M. Harrison, 45; R. Hawley,

views of, 97; toils and rewards of, 206 44, 229; E. H. Hazard, 16; Alex. Missionary qualifications,

100, 200, 214 Henry, 139; J. C. Holbrook, 56, 99, Missionary useful at the death-bed, 196 171, 272; E.G. Howe,64; O. P. Hoyt, Missions among the miners, 66;

H. Hyde, 231; A. Johnson, 133; Mississippi Valley, Catholic estimate of 148 G. S. Johnson, 85; A. Jones, 106; J. Missouri, appeal for, 51, 246 ; prospects G. Kanouse, 261; C. Kellogg, 133;

of, 104; ten counties in,

178 W. M. King, 78; N. Kingsbury, 62; Missouri H. M. Soc.,

35 J. Kittredge, 184; J. W. M'Cormick, Monthly concert, conduct of

83 137: H. Marsh, 77; J. Marsh, 131; Mormon stations,

61 S. Mason, 231; B. F. Morris, 81, 202 ; Mormonism, 61; crisis of near, 78; preE. P. Noel, 105, 178, 246 ; C. Nichols,

tensions and effects,

57 42, 76; F. A. Packard, 138; H. G. Motto, Home Missionary,

60 Pendleton, 17; D. J. Perry, 128 ; J. Much land to be possessed,

223 W. Pierce, 87; F. W. Porter, 139; Jer. Porter, 42, 107; J. G. Porter, 80 ;

110 M. M. Post, 255; A. L. Rankin, 103; Neglect, fruits of

108 J. Rieger, 11; L. Rogers, 62, 109 Neighborhood changed,

208 H. Root, 112, J. B. Saye, 205 ; J. New field,

114 H. Shields, 204; S. Smalley, 76; H. New-llampshire, feeble churches of

29 Smith, 84; L. M. S. Smith, 232; J. New Hampshire Miss. Soc.,

101 W. Smith, 206; L. Spencer, 126, 198, New Man,

85 253; J. D. Stevens, 160; R. Stewart,

New Mission, trials of a 128; J. Summers, 182 ; 0.C. Thomp

New purchase of lands,

174, 269

8 son, 206; J. T. Tucker, 247; A. Noble position,

109 Turner, 171; A. C. Tuttle, 88; E. No rum there,

275 F. Waldo, 89; C. Washburn, 269; C. Not all dark,

262 Waterbury, 252; D. Weir, 224; G.C.

Notice to missionaries,
Wood, 65, 130, B. Woodbury, 135;
Now is the accepted time,

81 W.W.Woods, 173; R. N. Wright, 13; S. G. Wright, 110, 180, 252 Obstacles, peculiar

12 Libraries for S. Schools, 133, 233 Officers of A. H. M. S.,

40 Light and darkness, Light through the clouds, 225, 276 Ohio, appeal for

135, 209 Looking to God, 137 Old missionary introducing a recent one

257 Looking up the sheep,

to his field,
One case among many,

260 Ottowa Presbytery,

201 Our country, 193; prospects of, 194, 265 50

28 Map, of proposed Catholic colonies, 145 | Painful facts,

184 34 Pastor in Mass., letter from

7

268 209 Pastor in N. Y., Massachusetts, feeble churches of 115 Pastoral incidents,

137 Massachusetts 8. Sch. Soc., proposal of 233

30 Pastoral Union of Con., action on H. Missions,

211

12 252" Peculiar Obstacles, 88 Personal privations,

32 65 Philadelphia H. M. S.,

[graphic]

Macedonian cry,
Maine Miss. Society,
Marietta Agency, 0.,
Marion (0.) Presbytery,
Massachusetts M. S.,
Materials of a church,
Means of advancement,
Mercies and afflictions,

7

229;

133, 233

178

Page.

Page.
Pioneer, testimony of

207 Hennepin, 11., 17; Howell, Mich.,

Platteville, Wis.,

107 112; Hume, N. Y., 46; Huntingdon,

Plea for Home Missions,

221 Canada, 210; Huron, N. Y., 89; La-
Poor but prospering,

176

peer, Mich., 208; Logansport, Ind.,
Pope Leo XII., letter of

220

255; Lyndon, I., 16; Madison Co.,

Potosi, Wis.,

37

III., 16; Marmateau, Mo., 178;

Pray for the afflicted missionary, 248 Mining Region, Wis., 159; Oxford,
Prayer consistent,

17 Ind., 204; Pleasant Township, Ind.,

Prayer meeting, how to make interest- 134 ; Plymouth, I11., 78; Potosi, Wis.,

ing,

203 222; Prairie du Chien, 160 ; Prairie-

Prayer, protracted season of

113 ville, Wis., 62; Putnamville, Ind.,

“Preachers, factorized,"

85

Stockbridge Mission, 108;

Preaching of providence,

83 Swan Creek, Ill., 182 ; Tazewell,

Preaching places, strange,

84 Tenn., 205; Thorntown, Ind., 44;

Presbyterians and Congregationalists, 14;

Troy, Ill., 181; Unitia, l'enn., 205;

union of,

252

Versailles, Ill., 201; Victoria, II.,

Presence of the Spirit,

246 182 ; Virgil, III., 198, 253; Virginia

Present distress,

250 Settlement, n., 63; Wauwatosa,

Preservation from death, providential, 132 Wis., 77; Webster, Mich., 112 ; West
Prisoner, condemned

102

Ely, Mo., 15, 246 ; Western New-
Privations, personal
7, 8, 9 York, 113; Whitehall, III.,

130

Privileged chamber,

276 Revivals, why so few

260

Professors, lapsed

86 Rewards of missionary life,

206

Progress,

131 Rhode Island H. M. S.

31

Progress against difficulties,

45, 228

River towns in Iowa,

197

Progress, encouraging, 202 ; steady, 125; Roman Catholic immigration,

33, 270
in hard times,

128 Romanism, 59; apprehensions in regard

Progressive nature of H. M. work, 49 to, 227 ; in lowa,

170

Prosperous year,

76 Romanists in the interior,

255

Protracted prayer-meeting,

113

Providence, preaching of,

83 S. School Libraries,

Providential preservation,

132 Scene on a camp.ground,

Public sentiment in favor of Home Mis- Schools, efforts to promote,

61

sions, reviving,

211 Searching for the scattered sheep, 224

Sects, diversity of

127

Qualifications of missionaries, 100, 123, Settled ministry, important to the West, 82

200, 214 Settlement, history of

111

Sheep without a shepherd,

103

Racine, Wis.,

74 Sickness,

228

Receipts acknowledged, 19, 47, 67, 91, Sickness away from home,

116, 140, 163, 186, 216, 235, 263, 280 Six months' labor,

77

Reiterated expostulation,

200 Smith, Joe, at home,

90

Rejoicing over converts,

87 Solemn event,

42

Relations of Auxiliaries,

241 Solemn warning,

171, 273

Relations, modify our duties,

2 Something goined,

110

Religious statistics of Iowa,

82 Something must be done,

261

Report, 16th, 25; summary, 25; the trea- Souls in peril,

104

sury, 27; the coming year, 27; aux. Standard bearer fallen,

129

iliaries and agencies, 23; the hand State and other large Auxiliaries, 241

of God in the West,

37 Statistical reports,

262

Rosults, 89, 109, 133, 223; happy, 42, 80; Steady growth,

88, 106, 125

of a revival,

45, 112 Sting removed,

126

Review of a year,

130 Strange preaching places,

84

Review of labor,

209 | Strong delusions,

255

Revivals in Augusta, Mich., 131 ; Bed. Sudden judgments,

16

ford, Ind., 184; Bellville, ill., 181;

Bentonville, Tenn., 205; Bethany, Tabernacle set up,

86

Ind., 229; Bloomington, Ind., 44; Table prepared in the presence of ene-
Bolivar, Mo., 246 ; Boonville, Ind., mies, 78; spread in the wilderness, 232
203; Cahoes, N. Y., 210; Canton, Temperance, 80, 87, 107, 109, 126, 128,
III., 126; Collinsville, III., 181; Cos-

184; in lowa, 60; in Wisconsin, 75
hocton, O., 45; Dayton, Ind., 204 ; Temporal trials and spiritual blessings, 247
Delavan, Wis., 18; Dubuque, Iowa, Ten counties in Missouri,

178

104; Eckford, Mich., 231; Elgin, II., Testimony of a pastor in Mass., 7; of a

197; Fairplay, Wis., 272; Fort Ann,

pioneer,

207

N. Y., 137 ; Gardner's Prairie, Wis., Testimony to the character of Western

42; Geneva, Wis., 62 ; Green Bay,

missionaries,

84

42; Greencastle, Ind., 204; Green- “This is the Lord's doing,"

181

field, III., 198; Greenville, Ill., 279; Time of darkness and trial,

226

Greenwood, Ind., 45, 229; Griggs. Tithes brought in,

274

ville, III., 16, 63; Hannibal, Mo., 247; Toils and rewards,

206

-

[ocr errors]
« PreviousContinue »