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Lost to th'esteem of all the worldly wise, Another's joy to him a pleasant sight. He's poor indeed to their contracted eyes;

He lov'd to work ;t and health appear'd to say, By self to ev'ry nobler passion steeld,

There yet

remain d'a long and useful day; But adding house to house, and field to field; But God design'd for him a blest reward, Ricbes must still into their coffers flow,

He saw his soul for purer joys.prepard; While want may pine, and death succeed to wo. Unknown to him, the word on high was giv'n,

Retir'd from those, he fed on stores within; The angel death convey'd his soul to Heav'n.
Reflection view'd the wrecks produc'd by sin; Oh, Caldwell'hearts that closely twind with thine,
One sov'reign balm for human woes he knew, Communing ost with thee on things divine;
And where affliction languish'd, oft he flew; Who found thee pious, friendly, honest, pure,
Led to some promise that might cheer the soul, Where confidence repos'd might rest secure,
And pray'd his God to make the wounded whole; Lament thy loss; and often sigh to join
Then when he saw the smile of peace return, Thy ransom'd spirit in its joys divine.
And friendship soothe the soul long use i to mourn,

AMICUS. His bosom thrillid with heav'nly, pure, delight, New-York, March, 1819.

* MR. CALDWELL WAS A

Director of the New-York Missionary Society,
Director of the United Foreign Missionary Society,
Director of the Religious Tract Society,
Director of the Society for the Support of the Gospel among the poor,
Director of the American Bible Society,
A Trustee of the New York Free School,
Corresponding Secretary of the New York Bible Society,
and a Member of the Board of Missions of the General Assembly of the

Presbyterian Church. He also superintended the printing of the French New Testament published by the New-York Bible Society. He did the same for the French and Spanish New Testaments afterwards published by the American Bible Society, correcting the press and the Stereotype plates, in those languages, as well as for the several editions of the Bible in the English language. He was master of the French, Spanish, Latin, and Greek languages, and an excellent gramarian and critic.

He undertook the publication of the Christian Herald, chiefly, perhaps solely with the view of communicating in an easy and familiar way to the friend's of Zion the glorious things that were accomplishing for her prosperity. In so doing, there is reason to believe he has gladdened the hearts of many who had been wishing for such a medium of communication. Similar publications have since been commenced, and are producing good effects.

AMERICAN BIBLES
Contributions to its funds

320, 704
Notice of the Board of Ma

liary Societies.
2d Anniversary,
Quarterly Extracts,
Number of Auxiliary Soci

ADDRES
to Youth,
of the President of the An
of John Murray, Jun.
of Rev. James Milnor,
of Rev. James M. Mathew
of Mr. L. Clerc, at Hartid

of the Deaf and Dun
of the Synod of Tennesse

nization Society,
of the Rev. Dr. Whart

New Jersey B. S.
of the Baptist Board o

sions,
on the importance of M
Association General of
Appointment of a day fc

giving, by the Gov
African Theological Se

ANECDC
Sunday School,
Blind Sailor at a Bible
of Whitefield,
Juvenile,

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THE CHILD OF MERCY.

How blest the child of mercy lives,
Whose feet pursue the sacred road;
White faith increasing pleasure gives,
His soul reposes in his God.
Not monarchs, deck'd in regal state,
Can with this favour'd being vie :
With joys divine his heart, elate,
Pants for unmingled bliss on high.
When low'ring tempests, fraught with
Appal the sinner's heart with fear, [harm,
His faith can gloomy fears disarm,
And sweetly whispers, Christ is here.
Oh! could I live on Jesus too,
No more should doubts my lieart distress;

I'd smile at death with courage true,
And boast the Saviour's righteousness.
Hark! his all gracious voice invites
Each ruin'd sinner to his throne;
Wbat thrilling joys, what rich delights,
For those who trust in him alone.
Shine! Sun of Righteousness, and dart
Thy beams of love and mercy down;
These earthly lights will then depart,
Their lustre lost in thy renown.
Yes! Mighty God, if thou appear,
My soul to earth shall cleave no more,
But mount above its little sphere;
Gaze still on thee, and still adore.

of Rev. Jobn Thorpe,
Tract Anecdote
Anecdote of Mr. Dur

BIBLE SC
British and Foreign

tracts of Corres
240, 251, 257, 2

568, 631, 683
Female exertions in
Bible meeting—sud

ard Leaver, Bible Society-Ox

2d A
New-York Ma
Bible Association,

Juvenile,
Bible Society

at Liverpool,
Bible and Religio
Society, Rho

Midd
ary,
Bibles esported d.

Foreign B. S
Bibles and Religi

Associatio
Biography of Mr

END OF THE FIFTI VOLUME.

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FIFTH VOLUME.
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, Bishop, Italian,

759
Contributions to its funds, 32, 126, 220, Burying a woman alive,
320, 704

CONVERSION
Notice of the Board of Managers to Auxi- of John Vartie, a criminal,

81
liary Societies.

64, 224, 512 thiee Jewish Children at Berlin 110
2d Anniversary,

123, 129, 139 a Mabomedan to the Christian faith, 232
Quarterly Extracts,
351, 541 two Priests of Budbu,

319
Number of Auxiliary Societies, 384, 704 a Persecutor,

376
ADDRESS
a Hottentot,

415
to Youth,

52 Charitable Institutions at Haerlem 506
of the President of the American B. S. 140 College in Kentucky,

597
of John Murray, Jun.'
143 Character of our Saviour,

671
of Rev. James Milnor,
145 Christian Benevolence,

753
of Rev. James M. Mathews.

147
Religion, on the

759
of Mr. L. Clerc, at Hartford Exhibition

Herald, Notices to Subscri-
of the Deaf and Dumb,
168 bers,

760
of the Synod of Tennessee to the Colo- Discourse on the death of the Princess
nization Society,
188 Charlotte of Wales,

55
of the Rev. Dr. Wharton, before the Death of Sabat,

182
New-Jersey B. S.
363 Delbi in ludia, Meeting at

230
of the Baptist Board of Foreign Mis- Donations to the funds of the Theologi.
sions,

395

cal Seminary of the Reformed
on the importance of Missions, 488

Dutch Church,

320
Association General of Connecticut, 275 Dcaf and Dumb Institution in Ireland,
Appointment of a day for public thanks-

438, 467
giving, by the Governor of N. Y. 416 Duelling, Article against,

448
African Theological Seminary, 509 Death of an aged Mahomedan convert,
ANECDOTES,

665
Sunday School,

239, 240, 608 Donation to the American Education
Blind Sailor at a Bible Society, 412

Society,

759
of Whitefield,
148 Emancipation in Russia,

485
Juvenile,

509 Exertions of Thaddeus Connollan to
of Rev. John Thorpe,

540

premote Christian instruction in
Tract Anecdote
594 Ireland,

567
Anecdote of Mr. Durham,
760 Education in Ireland,

667
BIBLE SOCIETIES,
Enemies,

760
British and Foreign B. S. monthly Ex. Fashionable amusement,

181
tracts of Correspondence, 16, 93, 101, Fable of an aspiring weed,

255
240, 251, 257, 268, 334, 401, 441, 492, Female Beneficence,

660
568, 631, 683

Heaven, on knowing each other in 84
Female exertions in Liverpool, (Eng.) 61 Hindoo Society,

160
Bible meeting-sudden death of Rich- Hindoos, assembly at Delhi, to read
ard Leaver,
83 the Scriptures,

183
Bible Society - Oxford, Ohio,
8C industry and application,

640
2d Anniversary of the !nfideliiy, on the unreasonableness of 735
New-York Marine,

127 JUVENILE DEPARTMENT.
Bible Association, New-York Female Memoir of Miss S. H.

8
Juvenile,
218 Meditations by the late S. H.

45
Bible Society-exertions of the Ladies Early Piety,

187
at Liverpool,

384 Youiblul Inquiry answered,
Bible and Religious Tract Society, 416 The Love of Pleasure,

407
Society, Rhode Island,
443 Benevolence,

607
Middlesex (Conn.) Auxili- Sabbath day's Journey,

670
ary,
504 Jews in Asia, State of

269
Bibles exported duty free by British and in Saxony, State of

271
Foreign B. S.

539 ohjections to allempting their
Bibles and Religious Tracts in Malta, 567 conversion answered,

481
Association, 7th Ward,

576 Privileges extended in Prussia, 485
Biography of Mr. J. E. Caldwe!l, 760

Cause of the

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Jerusalem sinner saved,
755 Mr. Smith, at Demerara,

566
LETTER FROM

Rev. H. Townley, at Calcutta, 577
Dr. S. Worcester, to the Baltimore Fe Rev. J. Keith, at Calcutta,

578
male Mite Society,
20 Mr. Colman, at Calcutta,

581
Rev. C. Wesley, to Rev. George White-Mrs. Judson, at Rangoon,

582
field,
25 Mr. Hough, at Rangoon,

584
Rev. Robert Johnston, to the editor of Rev. H. Martyn, in Persia,

586
the Chillicothe Recorder, 31 Rev. W. Milne, at Malacca,

587
Pomare, King of Otaheite,

37 Rev. J. M. Peck, at St Louis, 587
Rev. R. Morrison, at Canton,

59 a young native of the Sandwich Isl.
Rev. Wm. Milne, at Malacca,
40 ands,

589
Rev. J.C. Supper, at Batavia, 40 Mr.J.B. Hyde, to Rev.Timothy Alden, 626
Rev. Jobn Ketchman, at Neuweid, 41 Mr. Phillips, at Samarang, Ísland of
Rev. Leander Van Ess,
42 Java,

664
a Jewish Teacher, to Rev. Leander Van Mrs. Judson, at Rangoon,

705
Ess,

43 Mrs. Colman, on her passage to India, 707
a Lady in Connecticut to a friend in Rev. J. Lawson, at Calcutta,

711
Boston,
53 a Lady at Bengal,

712
Mrs. S. T. Newton, Calcutta, to a friend, 15 Luther's Reformation,

20
Mrs. E. Williams, in Caffraria, Africa, 65

MISSIONS
Rev. G. Hall, Bombay,

71 Rev.T. Alden's tour among the Indians, 522
Mrs. Rowe, Hindostan,
112 Dutch,

587
Mr. W. M. Harvard, Colombo, in Cey South Travancore,

662
lon,
114 Amboyna,

662
Rev. Gordon Hall, Bombay,
117 Otaheite,

663
Cyrus Kingsbury, Chickamaugah, 117 Demerara,

664
M. E. Wilson, Ohio,

117 Intelligence from the South Sea Is-
Messrs. Mills & Burgess, London, 118 120 lands,

83, 198, 199, 563,
the General Assembly of the Presby Juvenile Association in Philadelphia, 54
terian Church,
178 Intelligence from Lattakoo,

69
do. do.

do.
on the
Great Namaqualand,

70
gubject of Slavery,
189 In Russia,

77
the Rev. C.F. Schaaf, Bethlehem, Penn. In the North of Europe,

78
to the United Brethren,
193 Intelligence,

156
Rev. Cyrus Kingsbury to Rev. Thomas Society, Church of England,

200
H. Nelson,

1941
In India,

201
two Missionaries in Russia to the Pres at Madras,

238
byterian Church in Philadelphia, 203 Society, Maine, Anniversary of, 239
a Gentleman in Vincennes to Hon. Intelligence from Otaheite,

350
Bushrod Washington,
204 Methodists, in Ceylon,

392
the yearly meeting of the Friends held United Brethren, in Greenland,
in London,
219 Domestic, in Massachusetts,

427
Mr. Bicknell, at Eimeo,

231 among the Tuscarora Indians, 431
Rev. Isaac Jacob Schmidt,
233 Baptist, West of Mississippi,

432
Friends' yearly meeting,
247 in Louisiana,

435
a Friend, on Ruins,
250 in St. Louis,

437
Rev. R. Cow on Reformation among Methodist in Hayti,

458
the Jews,
268 To Jerusalem,

460
Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck, res Bishop Hobart's visit to the Indians, 460
pecting the passage of the Red Sea among Mahomedans,

737
by the Children of Israel, 270 at Brainerd, extract from the Journal of
Mrs. Judson, at Rangoon,

393
the,

748
Rev. H. Bardwell, Hindostan, 399 Letter from Rev. Benjamin I. Lowe, in
Mr. Burgess,
410 Illinois,

753
Mr. Bicknell, to Rev. Dr. Hawies, 530 School, letter from an Indian boy at the 754
Pomare, King of Otaheite, to Rev. S. Auxiliary Society of Northumberland, 464
Marsden,

531 Massachusetts Eastern Branch, 485
Mrs. Richards, at Ceylon,
746 Moravian, in Africa,

488
748 Missionary Sermon of Rev. L. Beech.
Rev. George Burder, to Rev. Dr. Haw. er,

590
ies,

532 Contributions to the Missionary funds
Rev. R. Pinkerton, respecting the Ko of the United Brethren,

713
raite Jews,

552 Memoir of Rev. Dr. Robert Balfour, 694
a converted Jew, to a Christian friend, 553 Memoir of Miss Rebecca M. Coit, 696

Methodist Churches, Statisti

of the
Moral Convention at Alba
Notice of the Editor to Sul
Native Schools at Ceylon,
New College at Danville,
Ordination of Rev. Saml.

at Plattsburgh,
Obituaries,
Ordination of Rev. Mr. F

York,
Obituary of Rev. P. Lowe
Oratory, power of
Obituary of Charles Pe

York Orphan Asyluo
Ordination of Mr. John E
Prayer and Reading Soci
Poetry,

96, 511,5
original,
Presbyterian Church, bu

Orleans,
Prayer, on
Profligate converted,
Psalter, St. Louis
Proclamation for Thank

mont,
Profession of Religion

female,
Procrastination, danger
Persia, Toleration in
Presbyterian Educat

Philadelpbia,
Parental faithfulnessr

REVIVALS OF
Ithaca,
Poultpey, Vt.
Brandon, Vt.
Schraalenburgh, N.J.
on board Ship Indepe
in Belchertown,
in Bergen, N.J.
Robber disarmed by
Reformation, Moral,
Religious Conventio

Newgate,
Roman Catholics, G

REE
of the Philadelphia

Schools,
Annual, of the Orph
Annual, of the Edi

Society.
21st of the New-Y

ety,
1st of the United

Society,
2d Annual of the

School Union
6th Annual of the

ry at Princeto
2d annual of the

Auxiliary B.
2d of the Female

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Methodist Churches, Statistical account 19th of the Committee Religious Tract
of the
703 Society,

340
Moral Convention at Albany,
717 of the East Tennessee B. S.

353
Notice of the Editor to Subscribers, 2, 736 Ulster County B. S.

355
Native Schools at Ceylon,
80/Massachusetts B. S.

355
New College at Danville, Kentucky, 538 Kentucky B. S.

356
Ordination of Rev. Saml. W. Whelpley, Herkimer B. S.

357
at Plattsburgh,
64 Rensselaer County B. S.

357
Obituaries,
64 Fayetteville B. S.

358
Ordination of Rev. Mr. Frey, at New- Jefferson County B. S.

359
York,
95 Otsego County B. S.

360
Obituary of Rev. P. Lowe,
344 Salem and Vicinity B. S.

360
Oratory, power of
500 Maine B. S.

361
Obituary of Charles Petit, of New- Newark B. S.

362
York Orphan Asylum,

570 24th General Meeting of the Mission-
Ordination of Mr. John E. Miller, 735 ary Society of London, 368, 391, 417
Prayer and Reading Society, French 22 449
Poetry, 96,511543, 608, 672, 764 4th Female Auxiliary Bible Society of
, original,

763 Baltimore,
Presbyterian Church, building in New 1st Annual of the Ladies Branch of the
Orleans,
227 Liverpool Aux B S.

473
Prayer, on

28721st Widows' Society in New-York, 537
Profligate converted,
288 9th New-York B. S.

573
Psalter, St. Louis'

508 3d Directors of the American Society
Proclamation for Thanksgiving in Ver- for educating pious youth,

609
mont,
509 Synod of Cumberland,

630
Profession of Religion by a deaf mute Third young Men's Missionary Society
female,
622 of New York,

641
Procrastination, danger of

638 of a Committee on Pauperism, in New-
Persia, Toleration in
665 York,

673
Presbyterian Education Society in

SPEECH
Philadelphia,

676 of the Right Hon, N. Vapsittart, at the
Parental faithfulness rewarded, 733 14th Anniversary of the British and
REVIVALS OF RELIGION IN

Foreign B.S.

289
Ithaca,

21 the Bishop of Cloyne,
Poultney, Vt.
30 his Ex. Mr. Rush,

292
Brandon, Vt.
54 the Earl of Harrowby,

293
Schraalenburgh, N.J.
55 Lord Teignmouth,

295
on board Ship Independence to India, 413 Rev. Ralph Wardlaw,

296
in Belchertown,
593, 723 Lord Bishop of Norwich,

299
in Bergen, N.J.
659 Lord Bishop of Gloucester,

300
Robber disarmed by Charity, 503 Rev. Robert Newton,

301
Reformation, Moral, of the Females in Rev. Dr. Henderson,

303
Newgate,

513, 54: before the 24th General Meeting of the
Religious Convention in Mississippi, 655 Missionary Society of London, 306
Roman Catholics, German,

666 His Ex. Baron Gerning at the 14th An-
REPORT

niversary of the British and Fo-
of the Philadelphia Society on Charity reign B. s.

321
Schools,
27 Sir Thomas Dyke Acland,

321
Annual, of the Orphan Asylum of New. lohn Thornton Esq.

322
York
6 iord Bishop of Derry,

324
Annual, of the Edinburgh Missionary William Wilberforce, Esq.

324
Society
7. Rev. John Owen,

326
21st of the New-York Missionary Soci. Admiral Lord Gambier,

330
ety,
9: Tames Haldane, Esq.

331
1st of the United Foreign Missionary Rev. Dr. Thorpe,

332
Society,
122, 161 Kight Rev. Bishop of Cloyne,

333
2d Annual of the New-York Sunday Lieutenant Colonel Burgess, at the Li.
School Union Society,
205 verpool Bible Meeting,

476
6th Annual of the Theological Semina-

STATE OF RELIGION
ry at Princeton, N. J.

211 within the bounds of the Synod of Ge.
2d Annual of the New-York Female

neva, N. Y.

29
Auxiliary B. S.

216 among the Delaware Irdians in Upper
2d of the Female Jews Society of Bos- Capada,

205
ton,
272 in Bavaria,

426
lin Massachusetts,

428

230

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STATE OF RELIGION jin Dover, Mass.

536
in Vermont,
461 Extent in Manchester, Eng.

536
in the bounds of the Synod of Ohio, 506 Baptist, in Boston,

560
in North Carolina,
508 in Savannah, Georgia,

563
in New Albany, Indiana,

539 State of Religion of the Presbyterian
in the bounds of the Synod of New-

Churches in the U. S.

151
York and New Jersey,

556 Strict observance of the Lord's day at
at Marietta, Ohio,
623 Otaheite,

181
among the Wyandot Indians, 626 Sabbath breakers, caution to

285
among the Sandusky Indians, 628 Syrian Church near Travancore, 579
among the Stockbridge Indians. 629 Synod of Kentucky,

595
SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Swearer reproved,

736
Elizabethtown,

603 Schools and Orphan Houses in Tur-
Plainfield,
623 key,

590
Framingham,
624 School, Jewish, at Bombay,

593
Roxbury,
625 School, Foreign Mission

600
Warner,

625 TRACTS AND TRACT SOCIETIES.
North Bridgewater,

660 Correspondence of the London Reli-
St. Johnsbury,

661
gious,

37
New-York Female Society's 20 Anni Berlin Tract Society

41
versary.

47, 8, 86 Distribution in Sweden and Russia, 105
New-York Union Society's 2d Anniver do in Iceland, Gibraltar, and
sary:

121
Denmark,

108
In Providence, R. I.
210 a Catholic reading a

109
In Massachusetts,
210 Circulation of in Cuba,

204
In Bloom Township, Penn.

414 Distribution on the River Thames, 446
Resolution of a Convention, R. I. 414 Liverpool

691, 727
and Tract Society, Newburyport, 444 Theological Seminary,

383
remarks by D. Sutherland, New Hamp Tippling houses in Philadelphia, mea-
shire
490 sures to suppress,

503
in Milton, Vir.
534 Voyage at Sea,

23
in Pleasant Valley, N. Y.

534 Widow, burning of, description by a
in Newton, Mass.
534 Mahomedan,

186
in Gloucester, Mass.
535 Woman, burning of a, in Bengal,

201

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